English Boy Names

Aaran

English variant of Aaron, meaning high mountain

Aaren

English unisex form of Aaron, meaning high mountain

Aaron

Spanish form of Aaron, meaning "high mountain."

Aarron

English variant of Aaron, meaning high mountain

Ab

English nickname for Abner, meaning father of [or is] light

Abbot

Variant of English Abbott, meaning father

Abbott

English surname transferred to forename use, meaning father First used as a forename in the 19th century.

Abe

a bow for an arrow.

Abell

English variant of Abel, meaning herdsman

Abey

Variant of Abie, meaning father of a multitude

Abie

Pet form of Abe, meaning father of a multitude

Able

Variant of Abel, meaning herdsman

Abnar

English variant of Abner, meaning father of [or is] light

Abner

Biblical name of a cousin of Saul who was also a commander of his army, meaning father of [or is] light

Abnor

English variant of Abner, meaning father of [or is] light

Abnur

English variant of Abner, meaning father of [or is] light

Abot

Variant of English Abbott, meaning father

Abott

Variant of English Abbott, meaning father

Abraham

Biblical name of the founding patriarch of the Israelites, meaning father of a multitude

Abran

Abbreviated form of Abraham, meaning father of a multitude

Absalon

English variant of Absalom, meaning my father is peace

Ace

English nickname transferred to forename use, meaning number one

Acel

Nickname for English Acelin, meaning noble at birth

Acelet

Variant of English Acelin, meaning noble at birth

Acelin

English diminutive form of French Asce, meaning little noble one

Acer

Variant of English Ace, meaning number one

Acey

Variant of English Ace, meaning number one

Achill

English nickname for Latin Achilles, meaning either pain or lipless

Acie

Pet form of English Ace, meaning number one

Acke

Swedish nickname for Scandinavian Axel, meaning "my father is peace."

Ackerlea

Variant of English Ackerley, meaning oak meadow

Ackerley

English surname transferred to forename use, meaning oak meadow

Ackerly

Variant of English Ackerley, meaning oak meadow

Acklea

Variant of English Ackley, meaning oak meadow

Ackley

Abbreviated form of English Ackerley, meaning oak meadow

Acklie

Variant of English Ackley, meaning oak meadow

Acton

English surname transferred to forename use, meaning oak tree settlement

Adair

English name of Scottish origin, meaning rich spear

Adaire

Variant of English Adair, meaning rich spear

Adam

Hungarian form of Adam, meaning "earth."

Adare

Variant of English Adair, meaning rich spear

Addam

English variant of Adam, meaning earth

Addison

Old English surname transferred to unisex forename use, meaning son of Adam

Aden

ADEN: English variant of Irish/Scottish Aidan, meaning fire

Adison

Variant of English unisex Addison, meaning son of Adam

Adisson

Variant of English unisex Addison, meaning son of Adam

Adlai

Nickname for biblical Adalia, meaning Yahweh is just

Adolph

English form of Adolf, meaning noble wolf

Adrian

Spanish form of Latin Hadrianus, meaning "from Hadria."

Aidan

English form of Gaelic Áedán, meaning fire

Aiden

Variant of English Aidan, meaning fire

Ailbert

Variant of English Albert, meaning bright nobility

Ailward

Variant of English Aylward, meaning noble guard

Aimerey

English variant of French Aimery, meaning home-ruler

ainsley

Ainslie

Hermitage wood Scottish surname transferred to unisex forename use, itself from the Old English elements ansetl hermitage and leah wood

Al

English nickname for names beginning with Al-.

Alaistair

Variant of English Alastair, meaning defender of mankind

Alaister

Variant of English Alastair, meaning defender of mankind

Alan

English/Scottish name of Celtic origin, meaning handsome

Alann

Variant of English/Scottish Alan, meaning handsome

Alastair

English form of Scottish Alasdair, meaning defender of mankind

Alasteir

Variant of English Alastair, meaning defender of mankind

Albain

Variant of English Alban, meaning from Alba

Alban

English name, from Roman Latin family name Albanus, meaning from Alba, Alba itself meaning white and, possibly, mountain Alba is the Scottish and Irish Gaelic name for Scotland. It comes from the Celtic word Albion which was used to refer to the whole island of Great Britain.

Albert

English name derived from German Adalbrecht, meaning bright nobility

Alby

English masculine form of Irish unisex Ailbhe, possibly meaning white

Alden

English name derived from Old English Aldine, meaning old friend

Aldford

Variant of Old English Alford, meaning old river-ford

Aldin

Variant of English Alden, meaning old friend

Aldine

Old English variant of Anglo-Saxon Ealdwine, meaning old friend

Aldis

Variant of English Aldous, possibly meaning old

Aldon

Variant of English Alden, meaning old friend

Aldous

English name common in the Middle Ages, possibly originally a nickname for longer names containing the element Ald-, meaning old

Aldred

Middle English form of Anglo-Saxon Ealdred, meaning old counsel

Aldus

Variant of English Aldous, possibly meaning old

Aldwen

Variant of English Alden, meaning old friend

Aldwin

Variant of English Alden, meaning old friend

alec

Aleck

English nickname for Alexander, meaning defender of mankind
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