Dutch Boy Names

Adriaan

Dutch form of Adrian, meaning from Hadria

Adrianus

Dutch form of Adrian, meaning from Hadria

Alfons

Dutch, German and Polish form of Alfonso, meaning "noble and ready."

Andries

Dutch form of Andrew, meaning man; warrior

Arie

Nickname for Dutch Adriaan, meaning from Hadria

Arjan

Dutch form of English Adrian, meaning from Hadria

Augustijn

Dutch form of Roman Augustinus, meaning venerable

Bartel

Nickname for Dutch Bartholomeus, meaning son of Talmai

Bartholomeus

Dutch form of Bartholomew, meaning son of Talmai

Bastiaan

Nickname for Dutch Sebastiaan, meaning from Sebaste

Boudewijn

Dutch form of English Baldwin, meaning brave friend

Caspar

Dutch form of English Jasper, meaning treasure bearer

Casper

Variant of Dutch Caspar, meaning treasure bearer

Cees

Variant of Dutch Kees, meaning horn

Christiaan

Dutch form of Christian, meaning follower of Christ

Cobus

Dutch nickname for Jacobus, meaning supplanter

Coby

Dutch unisex nickname for Jacoba and Jacobus, both meaning supplanter

Constantijn

Dutch form of Roman Constantinus, meaning steadfast

Coos

Dutch pet form of Latin Jacobus, meaning supplanter

Cornelis

Dutch form of Roman Cornelius, meaning horn

Cort

Variant of Dutch Kort, meaning bold counsel

Daan

Nickname for Dutch Daniël, meaning God is my judge

DANIEL

Dederick

Variant of Dutch/German Diederik, meaning "first of the people; king of nations."

Dedrich

Variant of Dutch/German Diedrich, meaning "first of the people; king of nations."

Dedrick

Variant of Dutch/German Dedrich, meaning "first of the people; king of nations."

Dick

Dutch pet form of Diederik, meaning first of the people; king of nations

Diederik

Dutch and Low German form of Theodoric, meaning "first of the people; king of nations."

Diedrich

Dutch and Northern German form of High German Dietrich, meaning "first of the people; king of nations."

Dirk

Nickname for Dutch/German Diederick, meaning "first of the people; king of nations."

Dries

Nickname for Dutch Andries, meaning man; warrior

Ewoud

Variant of Dutch Ewould, meaning law ruler

Ewould

Dutch form of German Ewald, meaning law ruler

Ewout

Variant of Dutch Ewould, meaning law ruler

Faas

Dutch form of Germanic Fastred, meaning firm counsel

Feel

Dutch form of Latin Felix, meaning lucky

Filippus

Dutch form of English Philip, meaning lover of horses

Floris

Dutch form of Latin Florentius, meaning blossoming

Frans

Dutch and Scandinavian form of English Francis, meaning "free."

Freek

Dutch form of English Frederick, meaning peaceful ruler

Frerik

Dutch form of English Frederick, meaning peaceful ruler

Frits

Pet form of Dutch Frerik, meaning peaceful ruler

Frode

Danish and Norwegian name derived from Old Norse fróðr, meaning "wise."

Geeraard

Dutch and Flemish form of Gerard, meaning spear brave

Geerd

Dutch and Flemish form of Gerard, meaning spear brave

Geert

Variant of Dutch/Flemish Geerd, meaning spear brave

Gerben

Spear-bear Dutch name composed of the Germanic elements ger spear and bern bear

Gerlach

"Spear-play." Dutch and German name composed of the elements geri/gari "spear" and laic "play, sport."

Gerolt

Dutch form of English Gerald, meaning spear ruler

Gervaas

Dutch form of English Gervase, meaning spear servant

Gijs

Nickname for Dutch Gijsbert, meaning pledge-bright

Gijsbert

Dutch form of English Gilbert, meaning pledge-bright

Gillis

Danish and Dutch form of English Giles, meaning kid, young goat

Gustaaf

Dutch form of Latin Gustavus, meaning meditation staff

Hannes

Dutch nickname for Latin Johannes, meaning God is gracious

Harbert

Dutch form of Germanic Herbert, meaning bright army

Harm

Dutch nickname for Herman, meaning army man

Hein

Pet form of Dutch Hendrik, meaning home-ruler

Hendrik

Dutch and Scandinavian form of English Henry, meaning "home-ruler."

Henk

Dutch pet form of Henrick and Hendrik, meaning home-ruler

Henrick

Dutch form of English Henry, meaning home-ruler

Herman

Army man English and Dutch form of German Hermann, meaning army man

Hild

Dutch masculine form of German Hilda, meaning battle

Hubertus

Dutch form of English Hubert, meaning bright heart/mind/spirit

Hubrecht

Dutch form of English Hubert, meaning bright heart/mind/spirit

Huib

Nickname for Dutch Hubrecht or Hubertus, meaning bright heart/mind/spirit

Huub

Nickname for Dutch Hubrecht or Hubertus, meaning bright heart/spirit

Ignaas

Dutch form of Latin Ignatius, possibly meaning unknowing

Inge

Dutch, German and Scandinavian unisex nickname for longer names beginning with Ing-, meaning "foremost one."

Jaap

Dutch pet form of Jacobus, meaning supplanter

Jacobus

Latin form of Jacob, meaning supplanter This is the form of the name still used by the Dutch.

Jef

Nickname for Dutch Jozef, meaning (God) shall add, which is usually taken to mean God will add another son

Jelle

Pet form of Dutch Willem, meaning will-helmet

Jeroen

Dutch form of Greek Hieronymos, meaning holy name

Jochem

Dutch and German form of Joachim, meaning "established by God."

Joep

Pet form of Dutch Jozef, meaning (God) shall add, which is usually taken to mean God will add another son

Joeri

Dutch form of Russian Yuri, meaning earth-worker, farmer

Joop

Dutch pet form of Latin Johannes God is gracious and Jozef (God) shall add, which is usually taken to mean God will add another son

Joord

Pet form of Dutch Jordaan, meaning flowing down

Joos

Dutch pet form of Jozef (God) shall add, which is usually taken to mean God will add another son
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