Invented & Uncommon Names for Boys
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Invented and Uncommon Names for Boys

Explore the realm of unconventional and innovative names for boys—a treasure trove of monikers that defy the ordinary and carve a unique identity. In this curated collection, discover an array of invented and uncommon names that sparkle with individuality and innovation. These names transcend the traditional, offering a fresh perspective and a touch of distinctiveness. From sleek neologisms to revived gems from forgotten lore, each name embodies a spirit of originality, inviting you to embrace the extraordinary and bestow upon your little one a name as exceptional as they are.

 

Anakin

Origin: Invented name

 

Auburn

Meaning: Color name
Origin: English

 

Aven

Meaning: Fair radiance
Origin: English

 

Baylen

Meaning: Auburn-haired
Origin: English

 

Braxley

Origin: Modern invented name

 

Bryden

Meaning: Bridle maker
Origin: Scottish

 

Cainen

Meaning: Possessed 
Origin: Hebrew

 

Caston

Meaning: Lives near a chestnut tree
Origin: English

 

Colter

Meaning: Colt herder
Origin: English

 

Copeland

Meaning: Bought land
Origin: English

 

Cyler

Origin: Modern invented name

 

Daxon

Origin: Modern invented name

 

Emeric

Meaning: Ruler, leader, power
Origin: German

 

Estin

Origin: Modern invented name

 

Finlan

Meaning: Descendant of the fair-haired one
Origin: Irish

 

Gaige

Origin: Modern invented name

 

Harbor

Meaning: Word name
Origin: English

 

Jett

Origin: Modern invented name

 

Kade

Meaning: Round, lumpy
Origin: English

 

Kellan

Meaning: Swap, or slender
Origin: German

 

Kenzel

Origin: Modern invented name

 

Kesden

Origin: Modern invented name

 

Kylo

Origin: Modern invented name

 

Linden

Meaning: Lime tree
Origin: English

 

Matten

Meaning: Gift of God
Origin: English

 

Maxton

Meaning: Greatest
Origin: Latin

 

Mckinnon

Meaning: Fair born
Origin: Scottish

 

Paxon

Meaning: Poecc’s settlement
Origin: English

 

Phineo

Origin: Modern invented name

 

Rhordyn

Meaning: Royal poet
Origin: Irish

 

Rhyder

Meaning: Spelling variation of Rider
Origin: English

 

Theoden

Origin: Literary name

 

Wylden

Origin: Modern invented name

 

Xerin

Origin: Modern invented name

 

Zevlin

Origin: Modern invented name

 

 

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