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20 Unique and Adorable Boho Nature Names for Boys

There is something about nature-inspired baby names. They bring to mind the wonders of the natural world around us. Earthy names feel fresh and timeless -think trees, mountains, flowers, plants, and landscapes. With so many breathtaking elements to choose from, it’s no wonder parents are increasingly looking to nature for inspiration. Whether you’re an outdoorsy mom or on the hunt for a first name, middle name, or both, you’ll find great inspiration from these 20 unique nature names.

 

1. Arbor

Arbor is a unisex name of Latin origin, meaning “tree.” There are so many gorgeous tree names to choose from for baby’s, and Arbor is one of our top picks. We love how this name strikes the perfect balance between having a natural meaning and a traditional sound. You may also like: Alder, Arrow, Asher

 

2. Beck

Beck is a boy’s name of English origin, meaning “stream.” Beck is a bold, strong name infused with nature. If you’re looking for a unique, one-syllable nature name, Beck may be the one. You may also like: Bryar, Bear, Bray

 

3. Birch

Birch is a boy’s name of English origin, meaning “tree.” Love the woods? Your son is bound to be a tree-climber with this name. You may also like: Banyan, Bear, Brooks

 

4. Calder

Calder is a boy’s name of Scottish, Welsh, and English origin, meaning “rocky water.” This name has an earthy, yet regal feel that’s unique with a subtle nod to nature. You may also like: Crane, Cyan, Cullen

 

5. Calyx

Calyx is a unisex botanical name of Latin origin. Calyx is a rare botanical name that no one could forget. With ties to mythology, astronomy, and natural wonders, it’s a unique choice for nature lovers. You may also like: Castor, Coriander, Cheney

 

6. Canyon

Canyon is a boy’s word name of English origin. If you’re looking for a nature name with a Western flair, Canyon may be the perfect rugged-sounding moniker for your little boy. You may also like: Clay, Cypress, Colm

 

7. Cedar

Cedar is a unisex name of English origin, meaning “tree.” If you’re interested in nature names for your new arrival, it makes sense to consider all the trees of the Great Outdoors, and we think Cedar is the perfect choice for your new addition. You may also like: Cliff, Crow, Clove

 

8. Cove

Cove is a unisex name of English origin, meaning “bay or inlet.”  It’s a name for boys with English roots and fits today’s one-syllable, cool-kid name trend. You may also like: Colwyn, Coast, Cobalt

 

9. Eilon

Eilon is a boy’s name of Hebrew origin, meaning “oak tree.” Another excellent tree name so your boy can put down roots. You may also like: Eagle, Eden, Everest

 

10. Ewan

Ewan is a boy’s name of Scottish origin, meaning “born from the yew tree.” Nature-loving parents will appreciate this short but sweet name, which isn’t overly popular, making it a great, unusual choice. You may also like: Elm, Elwood, Ember

 

11. Finch

Finch is a boy’s name of English origin, meaning “songbird.” It’s a bird name that hasn’t been overused, that has just the perfect amount with a bit of a bohemian flair. You may also like: Falcon, Flint, Forrest

 

12. Lake

Lake is a unisex name that was originally a surname often used by people who lived near water. Parents who love water might also love the name Lake for their child. To give this name a masculine twist, you could make it Laken. You may also like: Lynx, Lydon, Lachlan

 

13. Leif

Leif is a boy’s name of Scandinavian origin, meaning “heir, descendant.” The official meaning of the name Leif is “heir, descendant,” but it’s also a word name — leaf. The nature connection gives this name a boho feel, but it’s versatile enough to appeal to many. You may also like: Lennox, Linden, Lindley

 

14. Onyx

Onyx is a unisex name of Greek origin, meaning “gemstone, claw, fingernail.” Equally suitable for both boys and girls, the gemstone name Onyx deserves as much attention as the more popular choices Lennox and Jasper. You may also like: Ocean, Oakley, Oleander

 

15. Oren

Oren is a boy’s name of Hebrew origin, meaning “pine tree.” With a poetic-sounding name like Oren, your son is bound to be the outdoorsy type. You may also like: Oberon, Oceanus, Olivier

 

16. Ridge

Ridge is a boy’s name of English origin which was originally a topographic name for someone who lived on or by a ridge. Another word name that feels both southern and bohemian, we love the rugged outdoor vibes this name gives. You may also like: Reed, Reef, River

 

17. Slate

Slate is a boy’s word name of English origin. Another earthy single-syllable choice, this name is not only a memorable one, but it’s also uncommon. You may also like: Salix Sequoia, Silas

 

18. Stone

Stone is a boy’s English word name. A strong boy may be in your future if you choose the name Stone. This male name conjures a dependable, rock-solid personality. You may also like: Silvan, Sparrow, Spruce

 

19. Talon

Talon is a boy’s name of French origin, meaning “the claw of a bird of prey.” The name Talon is ethereal and earthy. Even though it’s related to a bird’s claw, the overall vibe of the name is still quite bohemian (and still uncommon). You may also like: Tilden, Tomer, Tarragon

 

20. Terran

Terran is a boy’s name of English origin, meaning “earth man.”  We love this name for a boy: it’s so earthy and strong. You may also like: Thorne, Timber, Thyme

 

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