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Noah Hebrew The top spot goes to Noah, w= hich means ‘peaceful’.
Liam Irish Liam means a ‘strong-willed warrior’.
Mason French Meaning ‘stone worker’, Maso= n has a strong and hardworking feel to it.
Jacob Hebrew Jacob has been one of the to= p 10 names for 14 years. It means ‘supplanter’.
William English, German This moniker with literary a= nd royal ties means ‘protector’.
Ethan Hebrew Ethan, meaning ‘firm and str= ong,’ has a preppy and bookish feel to it.
James English This one will make a great m= iddle name too! It means ‘supplanter’.
Alexander Greek The four syllables and the x= in the middle make Alexander a hit with the parents. It means ‘defender of the mankind’.
Michael Hebrew Michael has long been a favo= rite. It means ‘who is like God’.
Benjamin Hebrew It’s the name of Jacob and R= achel’s youngest son in the Old Testament. It means ‘son of my right hand’.
Elijah Hebrew It’s the name of a prophet w= ho moved to heaven in a chariot of fire in the Old Testament. It means ‘my God is Yahweh’.
Daniel Hebrew This name has a timeless sty= le and a multicultural appeal. It means ‘God is my judge’.
Aiden Irish This moniker with a smooth a= nd clear sound means ‘fiery’.
Logan Irish Made famous by Wolverine, Lo= gan means ‘meadow’.
Matthew Hebrew Serene, classic and smooth, = Matthew means ‘gift of God’.
Lucas German, Irish This super cool name means ‘= bringer of light’.
Jackson English If you want your son to make= a big impression, name him Jackson.
David Hebrew Daniel is an all-time classi= c name, meaning ‘beloved’.
Oliver Latin Oliver is a stylish and ener= getic name, meaning ‘olive tree’.
Jayden Hebrew Meaning of this non-traditio= nal name is ‘thankful’.
Joseph Hebrew Another Old Testament classi= c, Joseph means ‘May Jehovah add/give/increase’.
Gabriel Hebrew The name of one of the seven archangels in the Bible means ‘God is my strength’.
Samuel Hebrew This name brings to mind Sam= uel Adams, the revolutionary leader. It means ‘god has heard’.
Carter English A mellow sounding name, Cart= er means ‘cart driver’.
Anthony Latin This name is derived from an= old Roman family name Antonius and means ‘highly praiseworthy’.
John Hebrew One of the most popular name= s in the history, it means ‘God is gracious’.
Dylan Welsh Dylan is a Welsh mythologica= l name, meaning ‘son of the wave’.
Luke Latin The meaning of Luke is ‘light giver’.
Henry German Henry is a princely and amia= ble name, meaning ‘ruler of the household’.
Andrew Greek Shared by the first apostle = of Christianity, this name means ‘manly’.
Isaac Hebrew This name is highly preferre= d by Jewish parents. It means ‘laughter’.
Christopher Greek Also the name of the patron = saint of travelers, Christopher means ‘carrier of Christ’.
Joshua Hebrew It’s the name of the prophet= who led the Israelites into the Promised Land. It means ‘Yahweh is salvation’.
Wyatt French A name that became hot in th= e last decade, Wyatt means ‘little warrior’.
Sebastian Greek A dignified name, meaning ‘venerable’.
Owen Irish A quintessential preppy name, meaning ‘young warrior’.
Caleb Hebrew Caleb has become one of the = chic, trendsetting names in just a few years. It means ‘faithful’.
Nathan Hebrew Nathan is a short form of Na= thaniel and means ‘God has given’.
Ryan Irish Originating from the surname= Riain, Ryan means ‘little king’.
Jack American One of the favorites with the Americans, Jack means ‘God is gracious’.
Hunter English A distinctive baby boy name = meaning ‘one who hunts’.
Levi Hebrew One of the lighter Biblical = names, Levi means ‘attached’.
Christian Greek The meaning of this classic = name is ‘follower of Christ’.
Jaxon English Jaxon is the cool spelling v= ariant of Jackson.
Julian Latin One of the rising stars in n= ames, Julian means ‘youthful’.
Landon English A popular surname-turned-fir= st-name, meaning ‘long hill’.
Grayson English The meaning of Grayson is ‘s= on of the bailiff’.
Jonathan Hebrew Jonathan is an Old Testament= name, meaning ‘gift of Jehovah’.
Isaiah Hebrew Once a neglected name, Isaia= h is now finding favor with the masses. It means ‘salvation of the Lord’.
Charles French This longtime traditional na= me means ‘free man’.
Thomas Greek A formal sounding name, meaning ‘twin’.
Aaron Hebrew This moniker peaked at #28 i= n the year 1994. It means ‘lofty’.
Eli Hebrew It has its namesake in Eli W= hitney, the inventor of cotton gin. The name means ‘high’ or ‘ascended’.
Connor Irish This moniker is derived from= the name Conchobhar and means ‘hound lover’.
Jeremiah Hebrew It’s the name of one of the important prophets in the Old Testament and means ‘appointed by God’.
Cameron Scottish Cameron is a Scottish clan n= ame, meaning ‘crooked’.
Josiah Hebrew A name with loads of quaint = and charm, Josiah means ‘god supports’.
Adrian Latin It’s one of the most used pl= ace names for baby boys. Adrian means ‘sea’.
Colton English Colton is a trendy, two-syll= able name, meaning ‘from the coal’.
Jordan Hebrew The meaning of Jordan is ‘descending’.
Brayden Celtic It’s derived from the surnam= e Braden and means ‘someone who lives near a broad valley’.
Nicholas Greek One of the most used names i= n the US, Nicholas means ‘people’s victory’.
Robert English A consistently successful na= me, meaning ‘famous brilliance’.
Angel Greek Yes, Angel is also popular a= s a boy’s name. It means ‘messenger’.
Hudson English This name has risen on the c= harts after being in obscurity for years. It means ‘Hugh’s son’.
Lincoln English Lincoln is one of the highes= t rising names. It means ‘town by the pool’.
Evan Welsh Evan is the Welsh form of Jo= hn and means ‘God is gracious’.
Dominic Latin Dominic is a chubby name, me= aning ‘belonging to the Lord’.
Austin Latin A short form for Augustine, = meaning ‘majestic’.
Gavin Celtic A variation of medieval name= Gawain, meaning ‘white hawk’.
Nolan Irish Nolan is one of the fastest = rising Irish names, meaning ‘champion’.
Parker English Parker is an English occupat= ional name, meaning ‘park-keeper’.
Adam Hebrew It’s one of the most popular= Old Testament names, meaning ‘son of the red earth’.
Chase French Chase, meaning ‘to hunt,’ is= a surprise entry to this list.
Jace Hebrew Jace is a diminutive of Jaso= n and means ‘the Lord of salvation’.
Ian Scottish Ian is the Scottish version = of John and means ‘God is gracious’.
Cooper English Cooper is an English occupat= ional name, meaning ‘barrel maker’.
Easton English This stylish, English name m= eans ‘east-facing place’.
Kevin Irish A ‘handsome’ name for your h= andsome boy.
Jose Spanish Jose is the Spanish version = of Joseph and means ‘Jehovah increases’.
Tyler English A cool, fresh and clean name, meaning ‘tile maker’.
Brandon English This name, meaning ‘beacon h= ill,’ rose in popularity in the 1990s.
Asher Hebrew Asher is a beautiful soundin= g name, meaning ‘happy one’.
Jaxson English A cool spelling variation of Jackson, it means ‘son of Jack’.
Mateo Spanish Mateo is an attractive and e= nergetic variation of Matthew.
Jason Greek Taken from Greek mythology, = Jason means ‘healer’.
Ayden Irish It’s an uncommon variation of ‘Aidan’ and means ‘fiery’.
Zachary Hebrew After Alexander, Zachary is = the most familiar Biblical name. It means ‘God remembered’.
Carson English This one’s for the car lover= s. It means ‘son of carr’.
Xavier Arabic Often featured in the names = of parochial hospitals and schools, Xavier means ‘owner of a new house’.
Leo Latin This moniker has loads of pe= ople going for it. It means ‘lion’.
Ezra Hebrew Ezra is a fresh and quirky n= ame meaning ‘help’.
Bentley English A stuffy English name meaning ‘meadow with coarse grass’.
Sawyer English An English surname with a re= laxed and friendly feel. It means ‘woodcutter’.
Kayden Modern Invented Name This moniker was chosen by o= ver 4,000 parents in 2015. It means ‘battle’.
Blake English Blake is a funky and preppy = name, meaning ‘attractive’.
Nathaniel Hebrew Nathaniel is an elegant and = sleek name, meaning ‘gift of God’.
Ryder British Ryder is a British surname, = meaning ‘messenger’ or ‘cavalryman’.
Theodore Greek Theodore is a Greek name, me= aning ‘gift of God’.
Elias Greek It’s a Greek variation of El= ijah and means ‘Yahweh is God’.
Tristan Irish Tristan is the name of the d= oomed hero in the Celtic legend Tristan and Isolde. It means ‘tumult’.
Roman Latin It’s a straightforward name,= meaning a ‘citizen of Rome’.
Leonardo Italian, Spanish Leonardo is an Italian and S= panish version of Leonard and means a ‘brave lion’.
Camden Scottish This name became popular thr= ough the hit television show, 7th Heaven. It means ‘from the winding valley’.
Brody Irish Brody is a place name and su= rname, meaning ‘ditch’.
Luis Spanish Louis is the Spanish form of= Lewis or Louis. It means ‘famous in battle’.
Miles English Miles is the English form of= Milo and means ‘soldier or merciful’.
Micah Hebrew It would make an excellent alternative to Michael. It means ‘who is like the lord’.
Vincent Latin Vincent is a name with a com= plex image. It means ‘conquering’.
Justin Latin Justin Timberlake brought th= e sassy back to this name. It means ‘righteous’.
Greyson English Greyson is an English name, = meaning ‘son of the steward’.
Declan Irish Declan is an appealing Irish= name, meaning ‘man of prayer’.
Maxwell Scottish A lovely option between form= al Maximilian and laid back Max. It means a ‘great stream’.
Juan Spanish This Spanish form of John was popularized by Don Juan, the Spanish lover.
Cole Latin This simple, one syllable na= me would work best with complex last names. It means a ‘cabbage farmer’.
Damian Greek This name has been increasin= g in popularity since the 1950s and means ‘subdues’.
Carlos Spanish This Spanish name for Charle= s is reminiscent of baseball players and world leaders.
Max English, German Max is the English and German diminutive of Maximilian and means ‘greatest’.
Harrison English Despite its meaning (son of = Harry), Harrison does not sound stuffy.
Weston English A trendy, n-ending name, mea= ning ‘from the western town’.
Brantley English One of the several popular E= nglish surnames, Brantley means ‘sword’.
Braxton English This name has been climbing = steadily since it entered the popularity ranks in 1985. It means ‘Brock’s settleme= nt’.
Axel German A heavy, metal rock name, me= aning ‘father of peace’.
Diego Spanish This elegant and handsome na= me means ‘supplanter’.
Abel Hebrew Meaning ‘breath’, Abel is th= e name of Adam and Eve’s son.
Wesley English This name is reminiscent of = the Old West. It means ‘western meadow’.
Santiago Spanish The meaning of this spirited= name is ‘St. James’.
Jesus Hebrew The ultimate religious name,= Jesus means ‘the Lord is salvation’.
Silas English This New Testament name is associated with George Eliot’s Silas Marner. It means ‘wood’ or ‘forest’.=
Giovanni Italian An elaborate version of John, Giovanni means ‘god is gracious’.
Bryce Scottish A variation of Brice, meaning ‘speckled or freckled’.
Jayce Modern Invented Name You can use this one as a ni= ckname for Jason.
Bryson English A surname that has transitio= ned to the first name, Bryson means ‘son of Brice’.
Alex Greek This diminutive of Alex has = become a classic on its own.
Everett English This statesmanlike name is an English variation of Eberhard.
George Greek George is a strong and state= ly name, meaning ‘farmer’.
Eric English/Scandinavian A princely name for your das= hing young one. It means ‘ruler’.
Ivan Russian This Russian form of John is= widely used in the US.
Emmett English This masculine version of Em= ma means ‘universal’.
Kaiden Modern Invented Name A variation of Kayden that h= as become successful on its own.
Ashton English The cutie Aston Kutcher is b= ehind the popularity of this name. Ashton means ‘ash trees place’.
Kingston English The meaning of Kingston is ‘king’s town’.
Jonah Hebrew An appealing Old Testament n= ame, meaning ‘dove’.
Jameson English It means ‘son of James’.
Kai Hawaiian A multicultural and exotic n= ame, meaning ‘sea’.
Maddox Welsh A name with a strong, mascul= ine image. It means ‘son of Madoc’.
Timothy Greek Timothy sounds more upscale = than Thomas. It means ‘honoring God’.
Ezekiel Hebrew You get the nickname option = of Zeke with this Biblical name. It means ‘God strengthens’.
Ryker German Ryker is rising in popularit= y for its Ry beginning. It means ‘rich’.
Emmanuel Hebrew Emmanuel means ‘God is with us’.
Hayden English A sweet English name, meaning ‘hedged valley’.
Antonio Spanish It’s the Spanish and Italian= version of Anthony and means ‘priceless one’.
Bennett English This medieval form of Benedi= ct means ‘blessed’.
Steven Greek One of the mainstream Americ= an names, Steven means ‘crowned’.
Richard English, German This name has been used for centuries. It means a ‘powerful ruler’.
Jude Latin A perfect example of the nam= e whose image was shaped by a popular celebrity. It means ‘praised’.
Luca Italian Luca is the Italian variatio= n of Lucas and Luke and means ‘man from Lucania’.
Edward English This classic name has been m= oving in and out of fashion. It means a ‘wealthy guardian’.
Joel Hebrew Besides the US, Joel is popu= lar in Sweden, Germany and Spain. It means ‘Jehovah is his God’.
Victor Latin Victor is one of the earliest Christmas names and means ‘conqueror’.
Miguel Spanish An attractive Spanish variant of Michael.
Malachi Hebrew A relatively uncommon name m= eaning ‘my messenger’.
King English It would work best as a midd= le name. King means ‘monarch’.
Patrick Latin A stylish Latin name, meaning ‘noble’.
Kaleb Hebrew This spelling variation of Ca= leb was chosen by over 2,500 parents in 2015.
Bryan English One of the most enduring Iri= sh imports, it means ‘strong and virtuous’.
Alan Irish A midcentury favorite, Alan = means ‘handsome’.
Marcus Latin This name is commonplace in = Rome. It means ‘warlike’.
Preston English One of the most popular name= s of its genre, Preston means ‘priest’s estate’.
Abraham Hebrew Meaning ‘father of multitude= s’, Abraham is the name of the first Old Testament patriarch.
Calvin Latin This quirky and fashionable = name means ‘bald’.
Colin Irish or Scottish This name has enjoyed a long= reign of popularity. It means ‘pup’.
Bradley English An English surname name mean= ing ‘wide meadow’.
Jeremy English Jeremy is the English form of Jeremiah and means ‘appointed by God’.
Kyle Irish This one sounds much cooler = than its brother Lyle. It means ‘narrow piece of land where the cattle graze’.
Graham Scottish A name well used in Scotland= and England, it means ‘gravely homestead’.
Grant Scottish The meaning of Grant is ‘large’.
Jesse Hebrew This Hebrew name means ‘gift’.
Kaden Arabic This newly minted name has skyrocketed in popularity. It means ‘companion’.
Alejandro Spanish The Spanish variation of Ale= xander, meaning ‘defending men’.
Oscar English or Irish A name that’ll forever be as= sociated with the Hollywood film fraternity. Oscar means ‘God spear’.
Jase Greek Jase is the diminutive of Ja= son and means ‘the Lord is Salvation’.
Karter English This variation of Carter is = for people who are fixated with the letter K.
Maverick American Maverick means ‘independent = and non-conformist’.
Aidan Irish An appealing saint name, meaning ‘fiery’.
Tucker English An English occupational name, meaning ‘fabric pleater’.
Avery English This moniker has a fresh and outdoorsy appeal. It means ‘ruler of the elves’.
Amir Arabic A common Middle Eastern name, meaning ‘exalted’.
Brian Irish Brian means ‘strong and virtuous’.
Iker Basque One of the fastest rising na= mes in the US, It means ‘visitation’.
Matteo Italian The Italian variation of Mat= thew, meaning ‘gift of God’.
Caden Arabic This name is rising in popul= arity along with Aiden and Jaden. It means ‘friend, companion’.
Zayden Modern Invented Name One of the fastest climbing = names of the Aiden clan. It means ‘little fire’.
Riley Irish Popular for both boys and gi= rls, Riley means ‘courageous’.
August German The German form of Augustus,= meaning ‘majestic’.
Mark Latin This apostle name means ‘warlike’.
Maximus Latin A powerful name, meaning ‘greatest’.
Brady Irish A well-used name since the t= urn of the last century, Brady means ‘large chested’.
Kenneth Scottish, Irish This name, meaning ‘born of = fire, handsome’, is in its glory.
Paul Latin A simple, yet widely diffuse= d name, meaning ‘small’.