Male Character names by theme.

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Aarav Indian, means “peaceful, wisdom”.
Abbott English, means “father, leader”.
Ace English, means “one, unity; highest rank”.
Adonis Greek, associated with masculine beauty and desire.
Ajax Greek, a mythological hero known for his strength.
Alaric German, means “ruler of all”.
Aldo Italian, means “old, wise”.
Alejandro Spanish, means “defender of men”.
Alistair Scottish, means “defender of men”.
Amari African, means “strength”.
Andre French, means “manly, brave”.
Angelo Italian, means “angel, messenger”.
Apollo Greek, name of a god associated with the sun and masculinity.
Archer English, means “bowman”.
Argus Greek, means “bright, watchful”.
Armando Italian, means “soldier”.
Armstrong English, means “strong arms”.
Arsenio Spanish, means “virile, strong”.
Asher Hebrew, means “happy, blessed”.
Atlas Greek, a Titan who held up the heavens, symbolizes strength.
Atticus Latin, associated with wisdom and masculinity.
Augustus Latin, means “great, magnificent”.
Axel Scandinavian, means “father of peace”.
Barron English, means “warrior; young warrior”.
Beckett English, means “beehive, little brook”.
Benedict Latin, means “blessed”.
Bennett English, means “blessed”.
Blade English, means “knife, sword”.
Blaine Scottish, means “yellow”.
Blaise French, means “lisping”.
Blaze English, means “fire”.
Bodhi Sanskrit, means “enlightenment, awakening”.
Booker English, means “scribe”.
Boris Slavic, means “fight, battle”.
Branson English, means “son of Brand”.
Brendan Irish, means “prince”.
Brett Celtic, means “from Brittany”.
Brock Celtic, means “badger”.
Bronson English, means “son of the brown man”.
Bruno German, means “brown”.
Brutus Latin, means “heavy, muscular”.
Bryant Celtic, means “strong, honorable”.
Byron English, means “barn for cows”.
Cade English, means “round, barrel”.
Cael Gaelic, means “slender”.
Caius Latin, means “rejoice”.
Calder Scottish, means “rough waters; stream”.
Callahan Irish, means “bright-headed”.
Callum Scottish, means “dove”.
Camden English, means “winding valley”.
Cannon English, means “clergyman”.
Carson Scottish, means “son of the marsh-dwellers”.
Carter English, means “cart driver”.
Cassius Latin, means “hollow”.
Cato Latin, means “all-knowing”.
Cesar Spanish, means “head of hair”.
Chance English, means “good fortune”.
Chase English, means “to hunt”.
Chaz English, diminutive of Charles, means “free man”.
Cillian Irish, means “war, strife”.
Clayton English, means “clay settlement”.
Cliff English, means “cliff, slope”.
Clint English, short for Clinton, means “fenced settlement”.
Cohen Hebrew, means “priest”.
Colton English, means “coal town”.
Conan Irish, means “little wolf”.
Conrad German, means “brave counsel”.
Cooper English, means “barrel maker”.
Corbin French, means “raven”.
Cormac Irish, means “son of charioteer”.
Cruz Spanish, means “cross”.
Cyrus Persian, means “sun”.
Daire Irish, means “fruitful, fertile”.
Dallas Scottish, means “meadow dwelling”.
Damon Greek, means “to tame”.
Dane English, means “from Denmark”.
Darius Persian, means “possessor of goodness”.
Darrell English, means “beloved”.
Dash English, means “to move quickly”.
Dean English, means “valley”.
Decker German, means “roofer”.
Delano French, means “from the alder grove”.
Delmar Spanish, means “of the sea”.
Demetrius Greek, means “follower of Demeter”.
Denny English, diminutive of Dennis, means “follower of Dionysus”.
Desmond Irish, means “from South Munster”.
Deuce English, means “two”.
Dexter Latin, means “right-handed, skilled”.
Diego Spanish, means “supplanter”.
Dominic Latin, means “of the Lord”.
Donavan Irish, means “dark warrior”.
Drake English, means “dragon”.
Draven Invented, inspired by “The Crow”.
Drexel German, means “to turn”.
Duncan Scottish, means “dark warrior”.
Easton English, means “east-facing place”.
Egan Irish, means “little fire”.
Elan Hebrew, means “tree”.
Elias Greek, means “Yahweh is my God”.
Elio Italian, means “sun”.
Eliseo Italian, Spanish, means “God is salvation”.
Elon Hebrew, means “oak tree”.
Emeric Hungarian, means “power”.
Emery German, means “brave, powerful”.
Emilio Spanish, means “rival”.
Enzo Italian, means “home ruler”.
Eoin Irish, means “God is gracious”.
Ephraim Hebrew, means “fruitful”.
Erich German, means “eternal ruler”.
Ermias Amharic, means “God will rise”.
Ernest German, means “serious, resolute”.
Errol English, means “wandering noble”.
Eryx Greek, a mythological figure associated with boxing.
Euan Scottish, means “born of yew”.
Ewan Scottish, means “born of yew”.
Ezekiel Hebrew, means “God will strengthen”.
Fabian Latin, means “bean grower”.
Faustino Italian, means “lucky”.
Fergus Irish, means “man of vigor”.
Ferris Irish, means “rock”.
Finnegan Irish, means “fair”.
Fintan Irish, means “white fire”.
Fletcher English, means “arrow maker”.
Flint English, means “a stream”.
Floyd Welsh, means “grey”.
Forrest English, means “woodsman, forest”.
Fox English, from the animal, symbolizes cunning.
Franco Italian, means “free one”.
Gage French, means “pledge, oath”.
Garrett German, means “spear strength”.
Garrison English, means “protection, stronghold”.
Gideon Hebrew, means “hewer”.
Griffin Welsh, means “strong lord”.
Gunnar Norse, means “warrior”.
Gus English, diminutive of Augustus, means “great, magnificent”.
Hank American, diminutive of Henry, means “home ruler”.
Harley English, means “hare’s meadow”.
Harvey French, means “battle worthy”.
Heath English, means “the heathland dweller”.
Hector Greek, means “holding fast”.
Hendrix German, means “estate ruler”.
Holden English, means “deep valley”.
Holt English, means “wood, forest”.
Horatio Latin, means “timekeeper”.
Hunter English, means “one who hunts”.
Ian Scottish, means “the Lord is gracious”.
Idris Welsh, means “ardent lord”.
Igor Russian, means “warrior”.
Iker Basque, means “visitation”.
Ilias Greek, variant of Elias, means “Yahweh is my God”.
Inigo Spanish, form of Ignatius, means “fiery”.
Ira Hebrew, means “watchful”.
Irving Scottish, means “green river, sea friend”.
Isaac Hebrew, means “he will laugh, he will rejoice”.
Isaiah Hebrew, means “salvation of the Lord”.
Ivan Russian, means “God is gracious”.
Ivar Norse, means “bow warrior”.
Jacek Polish, means “hyacinth”.
Jagger English, means “carter”.
Jairo Spanish, means “he shines”.
Jaron Hebrew, means “to cry out”.
Jarvis English, means “spearman”.
Jaxon English, modern variant of Jackson.
Jayce English, modern name, variant of Jace.
Jericho Arabic, means “city of the moon”.
Jett English, means “black mineral”.
Joaquin Spanish, means “lifted by Yahweh”.
Jovan Slavic, means “God is gracious”.
Jude English, means “praised”.
Kai Hawaiian, means “sea”.
Kane Welsh, means “beautiful”.
Kato African, means “second of twins”.
Keegan Irish, means “son of Egan”.
Kellan Irish, means “slender”.
Kenzo Japanese, means “strong and healthy”.
Kian Irish, means “ancient”.
Killian Irish, means “church, strife”.
King English, signifies “ruler, leader”.
Kingston English, means “king’s town”.
Knox Scottish, means “round hill”.
Kobe African, Japanese, means “tortoise or God’s door”.
Koda Native American, means “friend”.
Kyler English, modern invented name.
Kyson English, modern invented name.
Lachlan Scottish, means “from the land of lakes”.
Lance English, means “land”.
Landry French, means “ruler”.
Lars Scandinavian, means “crowned with laurel”.
Lathan English, variant of Nathan, means “He gave”.
Lawson English, means “son of Lawrence”.
Leander Greek, means “lion-man”.
Legend English, connotes a remarkable, famous person.
Leif Norse, means “heir, descendant”.
Leon Greek, means “lion”.
Leopold German, means “brave people”.
Leroy French, means “the king”.
Lev Russian, Hebrew, means “heart, lion”.
Liam Irish, means “strong-willed warrior”.
Lincoln English, means “town by the pool”.
Lucian Latin, means “light”.
Adrian Latin, means “from Hadria”.
Aiden Irish, means “little and fiery”.
Alexander Greek, means “defender of men”.
Alonzo Italian, means “noble and ready”.
Ambrose Greek, means “immortal”.
Andre French, means “manly, brave”.
Archer English, means “bowman”.
Armando Italian, Spanish, means “soldier”.
Ashton English, means “ash tree town”.
Augustus Latin, means “great, magnificent”.
Barrett German, means “bear strength”.
Beckett English, means “beehive, little brook or bee cottage”.
Benedict Latin, means “blessed”.
Bennett Latin, means “blessed”.
Bentley English, means “meadow with coarse grass”.
Blaine Scottish, means “yellow”.
Blake Old English, means “black, pale”.
Braden Irish, means “salmon”.
Bradley Old English, means “broad wood”.
Brandon Old English, means “broom-covered hill”.
Brantley Old English, means “fire brand, beacon”.
Brenton Old English, means “from Bryni’s town”.
Broderick Welsh, means “broad ridge”.
Brooks English, means “of the brook”.
Bruce Norman, means “from the brushwood thicket”.
Bryce Scottish, means “speckled”.
Caden Welsh, means “spirit of battle”.
Callum Scottish, means “dove”.
Camden English, means “winding valley”.
Carter English, means “cart driver”.
Casey Irish, means “vigilant in war”.
Chandler French, means “candle maker”.
Charles German, means “free man”.
Chase English, means “hunter”.
Christian Latin, means “follower of Christ”.
Clayton English, means “clay settlement”.
Clifford Old English, means “ford by a cliff”.
Clinton Old English, means “fenced settlement”.
Cole English, means “swarthy, coal-black”.
Colin Gaelic, means “young creature”.
Conrad German, means “brave counsel”.
Cooper English, means “barrel maker”.
Corbin French, means “raven”.
Damian Greek, means “to tame, subdue”.
Darius Persian, means “possessor of goodness”.
Declan Irish, means “man of prayer”.
Derek German, means “ruler of the people”.
Dominic Latin, means “of the Lord”.
Donovan Irish, means “dark warrior”.
Duncan Scottish, means “dark warrior”.
Easton English, means “east-facing place”.
Edward English, means “wealthy guardian”.
Elias Greek, means “Yahweh is my God”.
Elliot English, means “Jehovah is God”.
Emerson German, means “son of Emery”.
Emmett Hebrew, English, means “universal” or “truth”.
Ethan Hebrew, means “firm, strong”.
Everett English, means “brave as a wild boar”.
Ezra Hebrew, means “help”.
Fabian Latin, means “bean grower”.
Felix Latin, means “happy, fortunate”.
Finn Irish, means “fair or white”.
Fletcher English, means “arrow maker”.
Flynn Irish, means “son of the red-haired one”.
Forrest English, means “woodsman or forest”.
Gabriel Hebrew, means “God is my strength”.
Garrett German, means “spear strength”.
Gavin Welsh, means “white hawk”.
Geoffrey German, French, means “pledge of peace”.
George Greek, means “farmer”.
Gerard German, means “brave spear”.
Graham Scottish, means “gravelly homestead”.
Grant Scottish, means “large”.
Grayson English, means “son of the grey-haired one”.
Gregory Greek, means “watchful, alert”.
Griffin Welsh, means “strong lord”.
Harrison English, means “son of Harry”.
Harvey French, English, means “battle worthy”.
Hayden English, means “hedged valley”.
Heath English, means “the heathland dweller”.
Hendrix German, means “estate ruler”.
Henry German, means “home ruler”.
Holden English, means “deep valley”.
Hudson English, means “Hugh’s son”.
Hugo Latin, means “mind, intellect”.
Hunter English, means “one who hunts”.
Ian Scottish, means “the Lord is gracious”.
Isaac Hebrew, means “he will laugh, he will rejoice”.
Ivan Russian, means “God is gracious”.
Jackson English, means “son of Jack”.
Jacob Hebrew, means “supplanter”.
James Hebrew, means “supplanter”.
Jasper Persian, means “treasurer”.
Jeffrey German, means “pledge of peace”.
Jeremiah Hebrew, means “exalted of the Lord”.
Jeremy English, means “appointed by God”.
Jesse Hebrew, means “gift”.
Joel Hebrew, means “Jehovah is God”.
Johnathan Hebrew, means “gift of Jehovah”.
Jordan Hebrew, means “to flow down”.
Joseph Hebrew, means “Jehovah will increase”.
Julian Latin, means “youthful, downy”.
Kane Welsh, means “beautiful”.
Keegan Irish, means “son of Egan”.
Keith Scottish, means “wood, forest”.
Kenneth Gaelic, means “handsome”.
Kevin Irish, means “handsome, beautiful”.
Kieran Irish, means “little dark one”.
Killian Irish, means “church, strife”.
Knox Scottish, means “round hill”.
Kyle Gaelic, means “narrow strait”.
Lachlan Scottish, means “from the land of lakes”.
Lance English, French, means “land”.
Landon English, means “long hill”.
Lawrence Latin, means “from Laurentum”.
Leo Latin, means “lion”.
Leonard German, means “lion-hearted”.
Levi Hebrew, means “joined, attached”.
Liam Irish, means “strong-willed warrior”.
Lincoln English, means “town by the pool”.
Logan Scottish, means “little hollow”.
Lorenzo Italian, means “from Laurentum”.
Lucas Latin, means “light, luminous”.
Luke Greek, means “light-giving”.
Maddox Welsh, means “fortunate”.
Marcus Latin, means “dedicated to Mars”.
Marshall French, means “horse servant”.
Martin Latin, means “warlike”.
Mason French, means “stone worker”.
Matthew Hebrew, means “gift of Yahweh”.
Maximilian Latin, means “greatest”.
Maxwell Scottish, means “great stream”.
Micah Hebrew, means “who is like the Lord”.
Michael Hebrew, means “who is like God”.
Miles Latin, means “soldier”.
Milo German, means “merciful”.
Mitchell English, means “who is like God”.
Morgan Welsh, means “sea-born”.
Nathaniel Hebrew, means “gift of God”.
Neil Gaelic, means “cloud”.
Nelson English, means “son of Neil”.
Nicholas Greek, means “victory of the people”.
Nolan Irish, means “noble”.
Oliver Latin, means “olive tree”.
Owen Welsh, means “young warrior”.
Parker English, means “park keeper”.
Patrick Latin, means “nobleman”.
Paul Latin, means “small, humble”.
Paxton English, means “peace town”.
Peter Greek, means “rock”.
Philip Greek, means “lover of horses”.
Pierce English, means “rock”.
Porter English, means “gatekeeper”.
Preston English, means “priest’s town”.
Quentin Latin, means “fifth”.
Quinn Irish, means “descendant of Conn”.
Rafael Hebrew, means “God has healed”.
Raymond German, means “wise protector”.
Reed English, means “red-haired”.
Reese Welsh, means “ardor”.
Reginald Latin, means “counsel power”.
Reid Scottish, means “red-haired”.
Rhett English, means “advice”.
Richard German, means “strong in rule”.
Riley Irish, means “valiant”.
Robert German, means “bright fame”.
Roman Latin, means “from Rome”.
Ronan Irish, means “little seal”.
Rowan Gaelic, means “little redhead”.
Russell French, means “red-haired”.
Ryan Irish, means “little king”.
Ryder English, means “knight, mounted warrior”.
Samuel Hebrew, means “God has heard”.
Sawyer English, means “woodcutter”.
Scott Scottish, means “from Scotland”.
Sean Irish, means “God is gracious”.
Sebastian Greek, means “venerable”.
Seth Hebrew, means “appointed”.
Shane Irish, means “God is gracious”.
Shawn Irish, variant of Sean.
Simon Hebrew, means “he has heard”.
Spencer English, means “steward”.
Stanley English, means “stone clearing”.
Stefan Slavic, means “crown, wreath”.
Stephen Greek, means “crown”.
Sterling English, means “little star”.
Steven English, variant of Stephen.
Stuart Scottish, means “steward”.
Sullivan Irish, means “dark-eyed”.
Tanner English, means “leather worker”.
Tate English, means “cheerful”.
Taylor English, means “tailor”.
Theodore Greek, means “gift of God”.
Thomas Aramaic, means “twin”.
Timothy Greek, means “honoring God”.
Tobias Hebrew, means “God is good”.
Todd English, means “fox”.
Travis French, means “to cross over”.
Trent Latin, means “gushing waters”.
Trevor Welsh, means “large settlement”.
Abel Hebrew, means “breath”.
Adler German, means “eagle”.
Aimon French, means “home, fatherland”.
Alain French, means “handsome”.
Alden English, means “old friend”.
Alistair Scottish, means “defender of men”.
Amias Latin, means “loved”.
Anakin American, origin from Star Wars, means “warrior”.
Anders Scandinavian, means “strong, manly”.
Ansel German, means “with divine protection”.
Arden English, means “valley of the eagle”.
Ariel Hebrew, means “lion of God”.
Arjen Dutch, means “eagle”.
Arlen Gaelic, means “pledge, oath”.
Arran Scottish, from the Isle of Arran.
Ashwin Indian, means “light”.
Atticus Latin, from “To Kill a Mockingbird”, means “from Attica”.
Auberon French, means “noble or bearlike”.
Auden English, means “old friend”.
Aurelius Latin, means “the golden one”.
Avi Hebrew, means “my father”.
Baird Scottish, means “poet”.
Ballard German, means “bold, strong”.
Barnaby English, means “son of consolation”.
Barrett German, means “bear strength”.
Basil Greek, means “king”.
Bastien French, diminutive of Sebastian, means “venerable”.
Bayard French, means “auburn-haired”.
Beauden French, modern invented name.
Benedict Latin, means “blessed”.
Benji English, diminutive of Benjamin, means “son of the right hand”.
Bertrand German, means “bright shield”.
Blaine Scottish, means “yellow”.
Bowen Welsh, means “son of Owen”.
Bram Dutch, means “father of multitudes”.
Brennan Irish, means “teardrop” or “sorrow”.
Brent English, means “holy one”.
Bret English, means “from Brittany”.
Brogan Irish, means “sturdy shoe”.
Bryson Welsh, means “son of Brice”.
Cadoc Welsh, means “battle”.
Caedmon English, means “warrior”.
Caius Latin, means “rejoice”.
Calixto Greek, means “very handsome”.
Callahan Irish, means “bright-headed”.
Camdyn English, variant of Camden, means “winding valley”.
Canaan Biblical, means “lowland”.
Carlin Gaelic, means “little champion”.
Carmine Italian, means “song”.
Caspar Persian, means “treasurer”.
Cassian Latin, means “hollow”.
Cedric Celtic, means “bounty”.
Celio Italian, means “heaven”.
Ciaran Irish, means “little dark one”.
Clancy Irish, means “red warrior”.
Clarke English, means “clerk, scholar”.
Claude French, means “lame”.
Clement Latin, means “merciful, gentle”.
Cobalt German, from the element, symbolizes strength.
Conall Gaelic, means “strong wolf”.
Conrad German, means “bold counsel”.
Corin Latin, means “spear”.
Cormac Irish, means “charioteer”.
Cornelius Latin, means “horn”.
Cosmo Greek, means “order, beauty”.
Coulson English, means “son of Cole”.
Curran Irish, means “dagger”.
Cyril Greek, means “lordly, masterful”.
Dallin English, means “from the valley”.
Darcy French, means “dark one”.
Darian Persian, means “upholder of the good”.
Darrell English, means “beloved”.
Darwin English, means “dear friend”.
Daxton English, modern invented name.
Declan Irish, means “full of goodness”.
Delmar Spanish, means “of the sea”.
Demian Greek, means “to tame”.
Denzel English, means “from a small fortress”.
Deon Greek, variant of Dion, means “of Zeus”.
Desmond Irish, means “from South Munster”.
Devlin Irish, means “unlucky”.
Dexter Latin, means “right-handed, skilled”.
Dorian Greek, means “of Doris”.
Dougal Gaelic, means “dark stranger”.
Drake English, means “dragon”.
Driscoll Irish, means “descendant of the messenger”.
Duane Gaelic, means “dark, swarthy”.
Duncan Scottish, means “dark warrior”.
Eamon Irish, means “wealthy protector”.
Eben Hebrew, means “stone of help”.
Edric English, means “wealthy ruler”.
Efrain Hebrew, means “fruitful”.
Egbert German, means “bright edge”.
Elio Italian, means “sun”.
Elton English, means “Ella’s town”.
Emery German, means “brave, powerful”.
Emrys Welsh, means “immortal”.
Ender Turkish, means “extremely rare”.
Enzo Italian, diminutive of Lorenzo, means “from Laurentum”.
Errol Scottish, means “to wander”.
Espen Scandinavian, means “god bear”.
Esteban Spanish, means “crowned”.
Euan Scottish, means “born of yew”.
Evander Greek, means “good man”.
Everett English, means “brave as a wild boar”.
Ewan Scottish, means “born of yew”.
Ezekiel Hebrew, means “God strengthens”.
Fabio Italian, means “bean grower”.
Faolan Irish, means “little wolf”.
Farley English, means “fern clearing”.
Fergus Gaelic, means “man of vigor”.
Finlay Scottish, means “fair warrior”.
Finnegan Irish, means “fair”.
Fintan Irish, means “white fire”.
Fletcher English, means “arrow maker”.
Florian Latin, means “flowering”.
Forbes Scottish, means “field”.
Ford English, means “river crossing”.
Forrest English, means “woodsman, forest”.
Fraser Scottish, means “strawberry”.
Gannon Irish, means “fair-skinned”.
Gareth Welsh, means “gentle”.
Garret German, means “spear strength”.
Garrick English, means “spear rule”.
Gavriel Hebrew, means “God is my strength”.
Geoff English, short for Geoffrey, means “pledge of peace”.
Gerard German, means “spear strength”.
Gideon Hebrew, means “hewer”.
Gil Hebrew, means “joy, happiness”.
Giles Greek, means “young goat”.
Gilroy Gaelic, means “son of the red-haired man”.
Gino Italian, short for Luigino, means “famous warrior”.
Giovanni Italian, means “God is gracious”.
Gordan Slavic, means “hill near meadows”.
Grady Irish, means “noble”.
Graham Scottish, means “gravelly homestead”.
Grant Scottish, means “large”.
Gray English, means “grey-haired”.
Greer Scottish, means “watchful, vigilant”.
Griffith Welsh, means “strong grip”.
Grover English, means “lives near a grove”.
Guy French, means “guide, leader”.
Hadrian Latin, means “dark-haired”.
Hale English, means “hero; from the hall”.
Hamish Scottish, means “supplanter”.
Harlan German, means “rocky land”.
Harper English, means “harp player”.
Harris English, means “son of Harry”.
Harvey French, means “battle worthy”.
Heath English, means “the heathland dweller”.
Hector Greek, means “holding fast”.
Hendrik Dutch, means “home ruler”.
Henrik Scandinavian, means “home ruler”.
Herbert German, means “bright army”.
Herman German, means “army man”.
Hershel Yiddish, means “deer”.
Hiram Hebrew, means “exalted brother”.
Holden English, means “deep valley”.
Hollis English, means “holly trees”.
Horace Latin, means “timekeeper”.
Howard English, means “heart brave”.
Hudson English, means “Hugh’s son”.
Hugo Latin, means “mind, intellect”.
Humphrey German, means “peaceful warrior”.
Huntley English, means “meadow of the hunter”.
Idris Welsh, means “ardent lord”.
Ignatius Latin, means “fiery one”.
Iker Basque, means “visitation”.
Inigo Spanish, form of Ignatius.
Ira Hebrew, means “watchful”.
Irving Scottish, means “green river, sea friend”.
Isaias Spanish, form of Isaiah, means “salvation of the Lord”.
Ives French, means “yew wood”.
Ivor Scandinavian, means “bow warrior”.
Jacek Polish, means “hyacinth”.
Jago Cornish, means “supplanter”.
Jarvis English, means “spearman”.
Jasper Persian, means “treasurer”.
Javier Spanish, means “castle, new house”.
Jeffery English, variant of Geoffrey, means “pledge of peace”.
Jerome Greek, means “sacred name”.
Joel Hebrew, means “Jehovah is God”.
Jonas Greek, means “dove”.
Jorah Hebrew, means “early rain”.
Jovan Slavic, means “God is gracious”.
Jude English, means “praised”.
Julian Latin, means “youthful”.
Julius Latin, means “downy-bearded”.
Justice English, means “righteous, just”.
Kael Gaelic, means “slender”.
Kai Hawaiian, means “sea”.
Kairo Modern, means “victorious”.
Kane Welsh, means “beautiful”.
Kasper Persian, means “treasurer”.
Keane Irish, means “fighter, sharp”.
Keaton English, means “place of hawks”.
Keenan Irish, means “ancient”.
Keith Scottish, means “wood”.
Kellan Irish, means “slender”.
Kelvin English, means “friend of ships” or “from the narrow river”.
Ace English, means “one, unity; highest rank”.
Alec Scottish, means “defender of men”.
Alexei Russian, means “defender”.
Amos Hebrew, means “carried; burden”.
Andrei Russian, means “manly, brave”.
Angelo Italian, means “angel”.
Arlo Old English, origin uncertain, possibly “fortified hill”.
Asher Hebrew, means “happy, blessed”.
Axel Scandinavian, means “father of peace”.
Blade English, means “knife, sword”.
Blaise French, means “lisping”.
Blaze English, means “fire”.
Boris Slavic, means “fight, battle”.
Boyd Scottish, means “blond”.
Brock Celtic, means “badger”.
Bruno German, means “brown”.
Cade English, means “round, barrel”.
Cain Hebrew, means “acquired”.
Cal English, diminutive of Calvin, means “bald”.
Callan Gaelic, means “battle, rock”.
Cash English, means “hollow”.
Cassius Latin, means “hollow”.
Chance English, means “good fortune”.
Chase English, means “to hunt”.
Cian Irish, means “ancient”.
Clay English, means “clay worker”.
Clint English, short for Clinton, means “fenced settlement”.
Cobra English, from the snake, symbolizes danger.
Colt English, means “young horse”.
Conan Irish, means “little wolf”.
Cruz Spanish, means “cross”.
Cyrus Persian, means “sun”.
Dace English, means “of the nobility”.
Dallas Scottish, means “meadow dwelling”.
Dane English, means “from Denmark”.
Dante Italian, means “enduring”.
Dario Italian, means “possess well”.
Dash English, means “to move quickly”.
Dean English, means “valley”.
Deke English, short for Deacon, means “dusty one; servant”.
Dexter Latin, means “right-handed, skilled”.
Diego Spanish, means “supplanter”.
Dirk Dutch, means “ruler of the people”.
Drake English, means “dragon”.
Draven Invented, inspired by “The Crow”.
Duke English, means “leader”.
Dwayne Gaelic, means “dark, black”.
Easton English, means “east-facing place”.
Egan Irish, means “little fire”.
Elian Hebrew, means “my God has answered”.
Eliseo Italian, Spanish, means “God is salvation”.
Enzo Italian, means “home ruler”.
Ezra Hebrew, means “help”.
Falcon English, from the bird, symbolizes freedom and speed.
Finn Irish, means “fair”.
Flint English, means “a stream”.
Fox English, from the animal, symbolizes cunning.
Franco Italian, means “free one”.
Gage French, means “pledge, oath”.
Garrett German, means “spear strength”.
Gideon Hebrew, means “hewer”.
Griffin Welsh, means “strong lord”.
Gunnar Norse, means “warrior”.
Gus English, diminutive of Augustus, means “great, magnificent”.
Hank American, diminutive of Henry, means “home ruler”.
Harley English, means “hare’s meadow”.
Heath English, means “the heathland dweller”.
Hector Greek, means “holding fast”.
Hendrix German, means “estate ruler”.
Hunter English, means “one who hunts”.
Ike Hebrew, diminutive of Isaac, means “he will laugh”.
Ivan Russian, means “God is gracious”.
Jace English, diminutive of Jason, means “healer”.
Jagger English, means “carter”.
Jax English, modern invented name.
Jett English, means “black gemstone”.
Kade Scottish, means “from the wetlands”.
Kane Welsh, means “beautiful”.
Keanu Hawaiian, means “cool breeze over the mountains”.
Keir Gaelic, means “dark-skinned”.
Kellan Gaelic, means “slender”.
Kenji Japanese, means “strong, healthy second son”.
Knox Scottish, means “round hill”.
Koda Native American, means “friend”.
Lance English, means “land”.
Larkin Irish, means “rough, fierce”.
Laszlo Hungarian, means “glorious ruler”.
Lawson English, means “son of Lawrence”.
Ledger English, occupational name.
Leon Greek, means “lion”.
Levi Hebrew, means “joined, attached”.
Lex Greek, short for Alexander, means “defender of men”.
Loki Norse Mythology, the trickster god.
Luca Italian, means “from Lucania”.
Lucian Latin, means “light”.
Maddox Welsh, means “fortunate”.
Magnus Latin, means “great”.
Malik Arabic, means “king”.
Marco Italian, means “warlike”.
Marek Czech, Polish, means “warlike”.
Mario Italian, means “warlike”.
Marshall French, means “horse servant”.
Mason French, means “stone worker”.
Matteo Italian, means “gift of God”.
Max Latin, means “greatest”.
Maximus Latin, means “greatest”.
Micah Hebrew, means “who is like the Lord”.
Milo German, means “merciful”.
Nash English, means “by the ash tree”.
Nico Greek, means “victory of the people”.
Nikolai Russian, means “victory of the people”.
Nixon English, means “son of Nicholas”.
Nolan Irish, means “noble”.
Orson English, means “bear cub”.
Oscar Norse, means “God spear”.
Otto German, means “wealth, fortune”.
Phoenix Greek, means “dark red”.
Pierce English, means “son of Piers”.
Pike English, from the spear or fish.
Quinn Irish, means “descendant of Conn”.
Rafael Hebrew, means “God has healed”.
Raiden Japanese, means “thunder and lightning”.
Ransom English, means “warrior’s shield”.
Reed English, means “red-haired”.
Reese Welsh, means “ardor”.
Rex Latin, means “king”.
Rhett English, means “advice”.
Riker German, means “rich”.
Rio Spanish, means “river”.
Roman Latin, means “from Rome”.
Ronin Japanese, means “samurai without a master”.
Rowan Gaelic, means “little redhead”.
Royce English, means “son of the king”.
Ryder English, means “knight, mounted warrior”.
Ryker Danish, means “strength”.
Samson Hebrew, means “sun”.
Saul Hebrew, means “asked for, prayed for”.
Sawyer English, means “woodcutter”.
Saxon German, means “sword”.
Scipio Latin, historical military leader.
Seth Hebrew, means “appointed”.
Shade English, metaphorical meaning.
Silas Latin, means “wood, forest”.
Simeon Hebrew, means “he has heard”.
Slade English, means “valley”.
Slater English, means “slate worker”.
Sonny English, means “son”.
Soren Danish, means “stern”.
Stark German, means “strong”.
Steele English, means “like steel”.
Stone English, symbolizes strength.
Storm English, means “tempest”.
Sullivan Irish, means “dark-eyed”.
Tadeo Spanish, means “heart”.
Talon French, means “large claw of a bird of prey”.
Tate Norse, means “cheerful”.
Teague Irish, means “poet, philosopher”.
Thane Scottish, means “clan chieftain”.
Thor Norse Mythology, the god of thunder.
Tiberius Latin, means “of the Tiber”.
Titan Greek, means “of the Titans”.
Tobias Hebrew, means “God is good”.
Trace English, means “to find or discover”.
Trent Latin, means “gushing waters”.
Trey English, means “three”.
Tristan Celtic, means “sorrowful”.
Troy Greek, refers to the ancient city.
Tucker English, means “cloth softener”.
Ty English, short for Tyler or Tyson, means “tile maker” or “firebrand”.
Vance English, means “marshland”.
Vaughn Welsh, means “small”.
Vesper Latin, means “evening star”.
Victor Latin, means “conqueror”.
Viggo Scandinavian, means “war”.
Vince Latin, short for Vincent, means “to conquer”.
Wade English, means “to go”.
Walker English, means “cloth-walker”.
Waylon English, means “land beside the road”.
Wesley English, means “western meadow”.
West English, means “western stream”.
Wilder English, means “wild animal”.
Wolf German, means “wolf”.
Wyatt English, means “brave in war”.
Xander Greek, short for Alexander, means “defender of men”.
Xavier Arabic, means “bright, splendid”.
Yael Hebrew, means “mountain goat”.
Yorick Scandinavian, means “farmer”.
Zade Arabic, short for Zaid, means “increase, growth”.
Zane English, possibly means “God is gracious”.
Zayn Arabic, means “beauty, grace”.
Zeke Hebrew, short for Ezekiel, means “God will strengthen”.
Zen Japanese, refers to a Buddhist sect.
Zephyr Greek, means “west wind”.
Zeus Greek, the chief of the Greek gods.
Zion Hebrew, means “highest point”.
Zoltan Hungarian, means “life”.
Zoran Slavic, means “dawn, daybreak”.
Zorro Spanish, means “fox”, known from the fictional character.
Aarav Indian, “peaceful.”
Abd al-Hakim Arabic, “servant of the wise.”
Abelard German, “noble strength.”
Adelmo German, “noble protector.”
Aesop Greek, “legendary storyteller.”
Agamemnon Greek, “very resolute.”
Ahura Mazda Persian, “wise lord” in Zoroastrianism.
Akecheta Native American, “fighter.”
Alaric Germanic, “all-powerful ruler.”
Albert German, “noble, bright.”
Albus Latin, “white,” symbolising wisdom.
Alden English, “wise friend.”
Alejandro Spanish, “defender of mankind.”
Alexei Russian, “defender.”
Alfarin Norse, “wise elf.”
Alfrid Old English, “wise counsel.”
Altair Arabic, “the flyer,” often associated with knowledge.
Amadeus Latin, “lover of God.”
Ananda Sanskrit, “bliss.”
Anselm German, “divine helmet.”
Aristotle Greek, “best purpose,” famous philosopher.
Asa Hebrew, “healer” or “physician.”
Asher Hebrew, “happy, blessed.”
Aslan Turkish, “lion,” symbolic of strength and wisdom.
Atticus Latin, “from Attica,” known from literature as wise and moral.
Aurelius Latin, “golden,” representing wisdom and respect.
Avicenna Persian, “famous philosopher and scientist.”
Balder Norse, “prince, lord,” a god known for his fairness and wisdom.
Balthazar Phoenician, “Baal protects the King,” one of the three wise men.
Baruch Hebrew, “blessed.”
Benedict Latin, “blessed.”
Bertrand German, “bright raven,” symbolising wisdom.
Bodhi Sanskrit, “enlightenment.”
Brahma Hindu, “creator god” in Hinduism.
Brigham Old English, “from the bridge settlement,” symbolising connection and guidance.
Cadmus Greek, “from the east,” known for sowing dragon’s teeth.
Cai Welsh, “rejoice,” known from Arthurian legends.
Calder Scottish, “rough waters,” symbolising a guiding force.
Cedric Celtic, “bounty pattern,” a wise leader.
Chandra Sanskrit, “moon,” symbolising calmness and reflection.
Confucius Latinised, “Kong Fuzi,” famous Chinese philosopher.
Cuthbert English, “famous, bright.”
Dacian Latin, “from Dacia,” associated with ancient wisdom.
Dalai Lama Tibetan, “ocean of wisdom,” a spiritual leader.
Dante Italian, “enduring,” famous for his wise writings.
Darwin English, “dear friend,” associated with intellectual evolution.
Dashrath Sanskrit, “ten chariots,” known as a wise king in Indian mythology.
Deepak Sanskrit, “lamp, light,” symbolising enlightenment.
Desmond Irish, “man of knowledge.”
Deucalion Greek, “new wine sailor,” known for his survival and wisdom.
Edmund English, “prosperity, protection.”
Einstein German, “one stone,” associated with intelligence and insight.
Elazar Hebrew, “God has helped.”
Eli Hebrew, “ascended, uplifted.”
Eliot English, “Jehovah is God,” associated with wisdom and learning.
Emerson German, “son of Emery,” symbolising strength and wisdom.
Emrys Welsh, “immortal,” another name for Merlin.
Enoch Hebrew, “dedicated,” known for his wisdom.
Epictetus Greek, “acquired,” a Greek Stoic philosopher.
Erasmus Greek, “desired,” known for his scholarly wisdom.
Faisal Arabic, “judge,” a name symbolising wisdom and fairness.
Farid Arabic, “unique,” symbolising rarity and wisdom.
Fintan Irish, “white fire,” symbolising knowledge and purity.
Francis Latin, “Frenchman,” known for Saint Francis’ wisdom.
Freyr Norse, “lord,” associated with sacred kingship.
Galen Greek, “calm,” a famous ancient physician.
Gandalf Norse, “wand elf,” a wise character in Tolkien’s works.
Gaspar Persian, “treasurer,” one of the three wise men.
Gautama Sanskrit, “descendant of Gotama,” the Buddha.
Giles Greek, “young goat,” symbolising agility and wisdom.
Gregory Greek, “watchful, alert.”
Guillaume French, “with gilded helmet.”
Gustav Swedish, “staff of the Goths,” symbolising leadership.
Habib Arabic, “beloved,” symbolising a nurturing mentor.
Hamza Arabic, “steadfast.”
Hanuman Sanskrit, “disfigured jaw,” a wise and powerful deity in Hinduism.
Haroun Arabic, “exalted, high mountain.”
Hassan Arabic, “handsome,” known for wisdom and attractiveness.
Hermes Greek, “interpreter,” messenger god known for his cunning.
Horace Latin, “timekeeper,” known for his philosophical writings.
Idris Welsh/Arabic, “interpreter” or “to learn.”
Immanuel Hebrew, “God is with us.”
Isaac Hebrew, “he will laugh, he will rejoice.”
Isaiah Hebrew, “salvation of the Lord.”
Ishmael Hebrew, “God will hear.”
Isocrates Greek, “equal power,” an ancient rhetorician.
Ivar Norse, “bow warrior,” symbolising strategic wisdom.
Jabari Swahili, “brave one.”
Jafar Arabic, “stream.”
Jahangir Persian, “world conqueror,” known for wisdom and justice.
Jalal Arabic, “greatness.”
Jamal Arabic, “beauty,” symbolising inner beauty and wisdom.
Janus Roman, “archway,” god of beginnings, gates, transitions, time, duality, doorways, passages, and endings.
Jarvis Germanic, “spearman,” symbolising protection and guidance.
Javier Spanish, “bright.”
Jayachandra Sanskrit, “victory moon.”
Jehan Persian, “world,” associated with global wisdom.
Jethro Hebrew, “excellence.”
Jibril Arabic, “God is my strength,” the angel Gabriel in Islamic tradition.
Jiro Japanese, “second son,” symbolising tradition and continuity.
Kahlil Arabic, “friend.”
Kairo Egyptian, “victorious one.”
Keanu Hawaiian, “cool breeze over the mountains.”
Khalil Arabic, “friend.”
Khidr Arabic, “the Green One,” a wise figure in Islamic tradition.
Kofi African, “born on Friday,” associated with wisdom and experience.
Krishna Sanskrit, “black, dark,” a major deity in Hinduism known for wisdom.
Kumar Sanskrit, “prince.”
Lao Tzu Chinese, “Old Master,” an ancient Chinese philosopher and writer.
Latif Arabic, “gentle, kind.”
Leonidas Greek, “lion’s son.”
Llewellyn Welsh, “leader.”
Lobsang Tibetan, “kind-hearted.”
Lugh Irish, “shining one,” a deity of the sun and light.
Lysander Greek, “liberator.”
Mael Breton, “prince.”
Magnus Latin, “great.”
Mahdi Arabic, “guided one.”
Malachy Hebrew, “my messenger.”
Manfred German, “man of peace.”
Mansur Arabic, “victorious.”
Marco Latin, “warlike.”
Martin Latin, “warrior of Mars.”
Mateo Spanish, “gift of God.”
Matthias Greek, “gift of God.”
Maximus Latin, “greatest.”
Mehmet Turkish, “praised.”
Menelaus Greek, “withstanding the people.”
Merlin Welsh, “sea fortress,” a legendary wizard.
Mikhail Russian, “who is like God?”
Miles Latin, “soldier,” symbolising protection and guidance.
Milo Germanic, “gracious,” “soldier,” or “famous.”
Miroslav Slavic, “peaceful glory.”
Moksha Sanskrit, “liberation,” freedom from the cycle of rebirth.
Musa Arabic, “Moses,” a prophet known for wisdom.
Nadir Arabic, “dear,” “rare.”
Naim Arabic, “tranquility.”
Napoleon Greek, “lion of the new city.”
Nasir Arabic, “helper.”
Nathan Hebrew, “he gave.”
Nathaniel Hebrew, “gift of God.”
Navid Persian, “good news.”
Nestor Greek, “homecoming,” known for his wisdom in the “Iliad.”
Nicholas Greek, “victory of the people.”
Nigel Latin, “dark cloud.”
Noam Hebrew, “pleasantness.”
Nolan Irish, “noble.”
Numair Arabic, “panther.”
Odin Norse, the chief god in Norse mythology, associated with wisdom, healing, death, royalty, the gallows, knowledge, battle, sorcery, poetry, frenzy, and the runic alphabet.
Omar Arabic, “flourishing, long-lived.”
Orpheus Greek, “the darkness of night,” known for his enchanting music.
Oscar Irish, “deer lover.”
Osman Turkish, “baby bustard.”
Ovid Latin, “sheep.”
Pascal Latin, “related to Easter.”
Patrick Latin, “nobleman.”
Paul Latin, “small,” “humble.”
Percival French, “pierce the valley,” a knight of the Round Table.
Philemon Greek, “affectionate.”
Plato Greek, “broad-shouldered,” an ancient philosopher.
Pranav Sanskrit, “sacred syllable Om.”
Qadir Arabic, “capable.”
Quentin Latin, “fifth.”
Rafferty Irish, “abundance provider.”
Rajesh Sanskrit, “king.”
Ralph English, “wolf counsel.”
Raman Sanskrit, “pleasing.”
Ramiro Germanic, “renowned counselor.”
Rashid Arabic, “rightly guided.”
Raymond Germanic, “wise protector.”
Redmond Irish, “wise protector.”
Reuben Hebrew, “behold, a son.”
Rishi Sanskrit, “sage,” “poet.”
Roland French/German, “famous throughout the land.”
Rostam Persian, “tall,” “strong,” a hero in Persian epic poetry.
Rupert German, “bright fame.”
Russell French, “red-haired,” “fox-coloured.”
Ryan Irish, “little king.”
Sadhguru Sanskrit, “true guru.”
Salvador Spanish, “saviour.”
Samson Hebrew, “sun.”
Santiago Spanish, “Saint James.”
Sargon Akkadian, “true king.”
Saul Hebrew, “asked for,” “prayed for.”
Sebastian Greek, “venerable.”
Seth Hebrew, “appointed.”
Shalom Hebrew, “peace.”
Shiva Sanskrit, “auspicious,” a major Hindu deity.
Sigmund Germanic, “victorious protection.”
Silvanus Roman, “of the forest.”
Simon Hebrew, “he has heard.”
Socrates Greek, “whole, unwounded,” an ancient philosopher.
Solomon Hebrew, “peace.”
Soren Danish, “stern.”
Stefan Greek, “crown.”
Surya Sanskrit, “sun,” a solar deity.
Tadeo Spanish, “praise.”
Thales Greek, “to blossom,” a pre-Socratic philosopher.
Theodor Greek, “gift of God.”
Ulysses Latin, “wrathful,” the hero of Homer’s “Odyssey.”
Ace English, means “one, unity; highest rank”.
Alejandro Spanish, means “defender of men”.
Alexei Russian, means “defender”.
Andre French, Portuguese, means “manly, brave”.
Angelo Italian, means “angel”.
Antonio Italian, Spanish, means “priceless, inestimable”.
Archer English, means “bowman”.
Arlo English, uncertain origin possibly “fortified hill”.
Asher Hebrew, means “happy, blessed”.
Axel Scandinavian, means “father of peace”.
Blaze English, means “fire”.
Brock English, means “badger”.
Brody Scottish, means “ditch”.
Cade English, means “round, barrel”.
Caden Welsh, means “spirit of battle”.
Caesar Latin, means “long-haired”.
Calix Greek, means “very handsome”.
Callan Scottish, Irish, means “battle, rock”.
Camilo Spanish, means “young ceremonial attendant”.
Carter English, means “cart driver”.
Cash English, means “hollow”.
Cassius Latin, means “vain”.
Chance English, means “good fortune”.
Chase English, means “to hunt”.
Christian Latin, means “follower of Christ”.
Clay English, means “clay worker”.
Colt English, means “young horse”.
Connor Irish, means “lover of hounds”.
Cruz Spanish, Portuguese, means “cross”.
Daire Irish, means “fruitful, fertile”.
Damon Greek, means “to tame”.
Dante Italian, means “enduring”.
Darian Persian, means “upholder of the good”.
Darius Persian, means “possessor of goodness”.
Dash English, diminutive of Dashiell, means “page boy”.
Dean English, means “valley”.
Declan Irish, means “man of prayer”.
Derek German, means “ruler of the people”.
Dexter Latin, means “right-handed, skilled”.
Diego Spanish, means “supplanter”.
Dominic Latin, means “of the Lord”.
Drake English, means “dragon”.
Draven English, inspired by the movie “The Crow”.
Easton English, means “east-facing place”.
Elio Italian, Spanish, means “sun”.
Ellis English, Welsh, means “benevolent”.
Emerson English, German, means “son of Emery”.
Enzo Italian, means “home ruler”.
Erik Scandinavian, means “eternal ruler”.
Ethan Hebrew, means “firm, strong”.
Evan Welsh, means “the Lord is gracious”.
Everett English, means “brave as a wild boar”.
Ezra Hebrew, means “help”.
Fabio Italian, means “bean grower”.
Felix Latin, means “happy, fortunate”.
Finn Irish, means “fair”.
Flynn Irish, means “son of the red-haired one”.
Ford English, means “river crossing”.
Gabriel Hebrew, means “God is my strength”.
Gage French, means “pledge, oath”.
Garrett German, means “spear rule”.
Gideon Hebrew, means “hewer”.
Giovanni Italian, means “God is gracious”.
Grayson English, means “son of the grey-haired one”.
Griffin Welsh, means “strong lord”.
Gunnar Norse, means “warrior”.
Gus English, diminutive of Augustus, means “great, magnificent”.
Hank American, diminutive of Henry, means “home ruler”.
Harley English, means “the long field”.
Harrison English, means “son of Harry”.
Harvey English, means “battle worthy”.
Hayden English, means “hedged valley”.
Heath English, means “the heathland dweller”.
Hector Greek, means “holding fast”.
Hendrix English, means “estate ruler”.
Henrik Scandinavian, means “home ruler”.
Holden English, means “deep valley”.
Hugo Latin, means “mind, intellect”.
Hunter English, means “one who hunts”.
Ian Scottish, means “the Lord is gracious”.
Idris Welsh, Arabic, means “interpreter”.
Ivan Russian, means “God is gracious”.
Jace American, means “healer”.
Jackson English, means “son of Jack”.
Jagger English, means “carter”.
Jaime Spanish, means “supplanter”.
Jake English, diminutive of Jacob, means “supplanter”.
Jameson English, means “son of James”.
Jax English, modern invented name.
Jaxon English, modern variant of Jackson.
Jay English, means “jaybird”.
Jett English, means “black mineral”.
Joel Hebrew, means “Jehovah is God”.
Jonah Hebrew, means “dove”.
Jonas Greek, means “dove”.
Jordan Hebrew, means “to flow down”.
Jovan Slavic, means “God is gracious”.
Jude English, means “praised”.
Julian Latin, means “youthful”.
Kace American, variant of Case or Cade.
Kai Hawaiian, means “sea”.
Kaleb Hebrew, variant spelling of Caleb, means “faithful”.
Kane Welsh, means “beautiful”.
Keanu Hawaiian, means “cool breeze over the mountains”.
Keegan Irish, means “son of Egan”.
Keith Scottish, means “wood”.
Kellan Irish, means “slender”.
Kendrick English, means “bold power”.
Kian Irish, means “ancient”.
Killian Irish, means “church, monastery”.
Knox Scottish, means “round hill”.
Kylo American, invented name popularized by “Star Wars”.
Landon English, means “long hill”.
Lane English, means “a narrow country road”.
Larkin Irish, means “rough, fierce”.
Lars Scandinavian, means “crowned with laurel”.
Lawson English, means “son of Lawrence”.
Leland English, means “fallow land”.
Leo Latin, means “lion”.
Leon Greek, means “lion”.
Leonardo Italian, means “brave lion”.
Levi Hebrew, means “joined, attached”.
Liam Irish, means “strong-willed warrior”.
Lincoln English, means “lake colony”.
Logan Scottish, means “little hollow”.
Lorenzo Italian, means “from Laurentum”.
Luca Italian, means “from Lucania”.
Lucian Latin, means “light”.
Luka Slavic, means “from Lucania”.
Maddox Welsh, means “fortunate”.
Malik Arabic, means “king”.
Marco Italian, means “warlike”.
Marcus Latin, means “dedicated to Mars”.
Mario Italian, means “warlike”.
Marshall French, means “horse servant”.
Mason French, means “stone worker”.
Matteo Italian, means “gift of God”.
Max Latin, means “greatest”.
Maximilian Latin, means “greatest”.
Maxwell Scottish, means “great stream”.
Micah Hebrew, means “who is like the Lord”.
Michael Hebrew, means “who is like God”.
Milan Slavic, means “gracious, dear”.
Milo German, means “merciful”.
Nash English, means “by the ash tree”.
Nathan Hebrew, means “He gave”.
Nathaniel Hebrew, means “God has given”.
Neil Irish, means “cloud”.
Nelson English, means “son of Neil”.
Nico Greek, means “victory of the people”.
Nikolai Russian, means “victory of the people”.
Nolan Irish, means “noble”.
Omar Arabic, means “long life”.
Orion Greek, means “son of fire”.
Oscar English, Irish, means “God spear, deer-lover, champion warrior”.
Owen Welsh, means “young warrior, well-born”.
Parker English, means “park keeper”.
Patrick Latin, means “nobleman”.
Paxton English, means “peace town”.
Phoenix Greek, means “dark red”.
Pierce English, means “son of Piers”.
Porter English, means “gatekeeper”.
Preston English, means “priest’s town”.
Quentin Latin, means “fifth”.
Quinn Irish, means “descendant of Conn”.
Rafael Hebrew, means “God has healed”.
Rafe English, variant of Ralph, means “wolf counsel”.
Raul Spanish, means “wolf counsel”.
Reed English, means “red”.
Reid Scottish, variant of Reed, means “red-haired”.
Remington English, means “raven settlement”.
Rex Latin, means “king”.
Rhett Dutch, means “advice”.
Rhys Welsh, means “ardour”.
Ricardo Spanish, Portuguese, means “strong ruler”.
Rider English, means “horseman”.
Riley Irish, means “valiant”.
Rocco Italian, means “rest”.
Roman Latin, means “from Rome”.
Ronan Irish, means “little seal”.
Rowan Gaelic, means “little redhead”.
Royce English, means “son of the king”.
Ryder English, means “knight, mounted warrior”.
Ryker Danish, means “rich”.
Samson Hebrew, means “sun”.
Santiago Spanish, means “Saint James”.
Sawyer English, means “woodcutter”.
Scott Scottish, means “from Scotland”.
Sebastian Greek, means “venerable”.
Seth Hebrew, means “appointed”.
Shane Irish, variant of John, means “God is gracious”.
Silas Latin, means “wood, forest”.
Simeon Hebrew, means “he has heard”.
Simon Hebrew, means “he has heard”.
Slater English, means “slate worker”.
Spencer English, means “steward, administrator”.
Stefan Slavic, means “crown, wreath”.
Sterling English, means “little star”.
Tanner English, means “leather worker”.
Tate English, means “cheerful”.
Achilles Greek, a warrior hero in Greek mythology.
Adair Scottish, means “oak tree ford”.
Adler German, means “eagle”.
Aedan Irish, means “little fire”.
Alastair Scottish, means “defender of men”.
Aldric German, means “old ruler”.
Alexei Russian, means “defender”.
Alonzo Italian, means “noble and ready”.
Altair Arabic, means “the flying eagle”.
Anatoly Russian, means “sunrise”.
Andor Norse, means “eagle of Thor”.
Angus Gaelic, means “one strength”.
Ansel German, means “with divine protection”.
Anton Russian, means “priceless”.
Arden English, means “valley of the eagle”.
Argus Greek, means “shining”.
Aristotle Greek, means “best purpose”.
Armand French, means “soldier”.
Armstrong English, means “strong arms”.
Arnulf German, means “eagle wolf”.
Arturo Italian, means “noble, courageous”.
Asa Hebrew, means “healer”.
Ash English, short for Asher, means “happy, blessed”.
Ashwin Indian, means “light”.
August Latin, means “great, magnificent”.
Aurelius Latin, means “golden”.
Aziel Hebrew, means “God is my strength”.
Balthazar Phoenician, means “Baal protects the king”.
Bastian Greek, diminutive of Sebastian, means “venerable”.
Baxter English, means “baker”.
Beckett English, means “beehive, little brook”.
Benedict Latin, means “blessed”.
Bertram German, means “bright raven”.
Blade English, means “knife, sword”.
Blaine Scottish, means “yellow”.
Blaise French, means “lisping”.
Boris Slavic, means “fight, battle”.
Braxton English, means “Brock’s town”.
Breccan Irish, means “freckled”.
Brenner German, means “burner, torch”.
Brock Celtic, means “badger”.
Broderick Welsh, means “broad ridge”.
Bronson English, means “son of the brown man”.
Brutus Latin, means “heavy, muscular”.
Byron English, means “barn for cows”.
Caelan Gaelic, means “slender”.
Cai Welsh, means “rejoice”.
Cain Hebrew, means “acquired”.
Calder Scottish, means “rough waters”.
Callahan Irish, means “bright-headed”.
Callan Gaelic, means “battle, rock”.
Callum Scottish, means “dove”.
Calum Scottish, variant of Callum.
Camilo Spanish, means “young ceremonial attendant”.
Caradoc Welsh, means “beloved”.
Carrick Gaelic, means “rock”.
Casimir Slavic, means “destroyer of peace”.
Cassian Latin, means “hollow”.
Cassius Latin, means “hollow”.
Castiel Modern, invented name.
Cato Latin, means “all-knowing”.
Cedric Celtic, means “bounty”.
Cesar Spanish, means “head of hair”.
Chance English, means “good fortune”.
Chandler French, means “candle maker”.
Channing English, means “young wolf”.
Chase English, means “to hunt”.
Christian Latin, means “follower of Christ”.
Cillian Irish, means “war, strife”.
Ciro Italian, means “sun”.
Claudio Italian, means “lame, enclosed”.
Clayton English, means “clay settlement”.
Clement Latin, means “merciful, gentle”.
Colm Irish, means “dove”.
Conan Irish, means “little wolf”.
Conlan Irish, means “hero”.
Connell Irish, means “strong wolf”.
Connor Irish, means “lover of hounds”.
Constantine Latin, means “constant, steadfast”.
Corbin French, means “raven”.
Cormac Irish, means “son of charioteer”.
Cornelius Latin, means “horn”.
Cosmo Greek, means “order, beauty”.
Cullen Irish, means “handsome”.
Curran Irish, means “dagger”.
Cyril Greek, means “lordly, masterful”.
Daire Irish, means “fruitful, fertile”.
Damian Greek, means “to tame”.
Dante Italian, means “enduring”.
Darian Persian, means “upholder of the good”.
Darius Persian, means “possessor of goodness”.
Darrell English, means “beloved”.
Darwin English, means “dear friend”.
Dax French, means “leader”.
Deacon Greek, means “servant, messenger”.
Declan Irish, means “man of prayer”.
Delano French, means “from the alder grove”.
Demetrius Greek, means “follower of Demeter”.
Desmond Irish, means “from South Munster”.
Devlin Irish, means “unlucky”.
Dexter Latin, means “right-handed, skilled”.
Dimitri Greek, means “follower of Demeter”.
Dominic Latin, means “of the Lord”.
Donatello Italian, means “given”.
Donovan Irish, means “dark warrior”.
Doran Irish, means “stranger”.
Dorian Greek, means “of Doris”.
Draven Invented, inspired by “The Crow”.
Duncan Scottish, means “dark warrior”.
Durant French, means “enduring”.
Eamon Irish, means “wealthy protector”.
Easton English, means “east-facing place”.
Eben Hebrew, means “stone of help”.
Edric English, means “wealthy ruler”.
Eduardo Spanish, means “wealthy guardian”.
Egan Irish, means “little fire”.
Elan Hebrew, means “tree”.
Elian Hebrew, means “my God has answered”.
Elio Italian, means “sun”.
Eliseo Italian, Spanish, means “God is salvation”.
Elric English, means “noble ruler”.
Elton English, means “Ella’s town”.
Emeric Hungarian, means “power”.
Emilio Spanish, means “rival”.
Enzo Italian, means “home ruler”.
Eoghan Irish, means “born of yew”.
Eoin Irish, means “God is gracious”.
Ephraim Hebrew, means “fruitful”.
Eryx Greek, mythological figure associated with boxing.
Esteban Spanish, means “crowned”.
Ethan Hebrew, means “firm, strong”.
Ewan Scottish, means “born of yew”.
Ezekiel Hebrew, means “God will strengthen”.
Fabian Latin, means “bean grower”.
Faolan Irish, means “little wolf”.
Faris Arabic, means “knight”.
Faustino Italian, means “lucky”.
Fergus Irish, means “man of vigor”.
Fidel Latin, means “faithful”.
Finnegan Irish, means “fair”.
Fintan Irish, means “white fire”.
Fletcher English, means “arrow maker”.
Florian Latin, means “flowering”.
Forbes Scottish, means “field”.
Ford English, means “river crossing”.
Forrest English, means “woodsman, forest”.
Fox English, from the animal, symbolizes cunning.
Francesco Italian, means “Frenchman or free man”.
Frank German, means “free one”.
Fraser Scottish, means “strawberry”.
Gage French, means “pledge, oath”.
Gallagher Irish, means “foreign helper”.
Garrick English, means “spear rule”.
Gaston French, means “guest, stranger”.
Gavriel Hebrew, means “God is my strength”.
Gideon Hebrew, means “hewer”.
Gilbert German, means “bright pledge”.
Gilroy Gaelic, means “son of the red-haired man”.
Giovanni Italian, means “God is gracious”.
Giraldo Italian, Spanish, means “ruler with the spear”.
Griffin Welsh, means “strong lord”.
Gunnar Norse, means “warrior”.
Gustav Scandinavian, means “staff of the gods”.
Hadrian Latin, means “dark-haired”.
Halvar Scandinavian, means “rock guardian”.
Hamish Scottish, means “supplanter”.
Harlan German, means “rocky land”.
Harold English, means “army ruler”.
Harvey French, means “battle worthy”.
Hector Greek, means “holding fast”.
Hendrix German, means “estate ruler”.
Henley English, means “high meadow”.
Henrik Scandinavian, means “home ruler”.
Hiram Hebrew, means “exalted brother”.
Holden English, means “deep valley”.
Horatio Latin, means “timekeeper”.
Hoyt English, means “mind, spirit”.
Hubert German, means “bright heart”.
Hugh German, means “mind, intellect”.
Humbert German, means “bright support”.
Huntley English, means “meadow of the hunter”.
Ignatius Latin, means “fiery one”.
Inigo Spanish, form of Ignatius.
Ira Hebrew, means “watchful”.
Irving Scottish, means “green river, sea friend”.
Isaias Spanish, form of Isaiah, means “salvation of the Lord”.
Ivar Norse, means “bow warrior”.
Jacek Polish, means “hyacinth”.
Jagger English, means “carter”.
Jairo Spanish, means “he shines”.
Jaron Hebrew, means “to cry out”.
Jarvis English, means “spearman”.
Jaxon English, modern variant of Jackson.
Jayce English, modern name, variant of Jace.
Jericho Arabic, means “city of the moon”.
Jett English, means “black mineral”.
Joaquin Spanish, means “lifted by Yahweh”.
Jovan Slavic, means “God is gracious”.
Jude English, means “praised”.
Kai Hawaiian, means “sea”.
Aaron Hebrew, means “high mountain; exalted, enlightened”.
Adam Hebrew, means “man, earth”.
Adrian Latin, means “from Hadria”.
Aiden Irish, means “little and fiery”.
Alexander Greek, means “defender of men”.
Alistair Scottish, means “defender of men”.
Amadeo Italian, means “lover of God”.
Ambrose Greek, means “immortal”.
Andrew Greek, means “manly, brave”.
Angelo Italian, means “angel”.
Anthony Latin, means “priceless one”.
Antonio Italian, means “priceless, inestimable or praiseworthy”.
Armand French, means “soldier”.
Asher Hebrew, means “happy, blessed”.
Ashton English, means “ash tree town”.
Augustus Latin, means “great, magnificent”.
Austin Latin, means “great, magnificent”.
Bastian Greek, diminutive of Sebastian, means “venerable”.
Beau French, means “handsome”.
Benedict Latin, means “blessed”.
Benjamin Hebrew, means “son of the right hand”.
Blaise French, means “lisping”.
Blake Old English, means “dark, fair”.
Bradley Old English, means “broad meadow”.
Brandon Old English, means “broom-covered hill”.
Brian Irish, means “high, noble”.
Brody Scottish, means “ditch”.
Caden Welsh, means “spirit of battle”.
Caleb Hebrew, means “whole-hearted, faithful”.
Callum Scottish, means “dove”.
Cameron Scottish, means “crooked nose”.
Carter Old English, means “cart driver”.
Caspian English, from the Caspian Sea.
Cedric Celtic, means “bounty”.
Chance English, means “good fortune”.
Charles German, means “free man”.
Chase Old French, means “to hunt”.
Christian Latin, means “follower of Christ”.
Christopher Greek, means “bearer of Christ”.
Clark English, means “scribe, secretary”.
Clayton English, means “clay settlement”.
Cole English, means “swarthy, coal-black”.
Colin Gaelic, means “young creature”.
Connor Irish, means “lover of hounds”.
Daniel Hebrew, means “God is my judge”.
Darian Persian, means “upholder of the good”.
Dashiell French, origin uncertain, possibly “page boy”.
David Hebrew, means “beloved”.
Dean Old English, means “valley”.
Declan Irish, means “man of prayer”.
Demetrius Greek, means “follower of Demeter”.
Derek German, means “ruler of the people”.
Dominic Latin, means “of the Lord”.
Donovan Irish, means “dark warrior”.
Dorian Greek, from the Dorian tribe.
Dylan Welsh, means “son of the sea”.
Edgar English, means “wealthy spear”.
Edmond French, means “prosperous protector”.
Eduardo Spanish, means “wealthy guardian”.
Edward Old English, means “wealthy guardian”.
Elias Greek, means “Yahweh is God”.
Elijah Hebrew, means “Yahweh is God”.
Elliot Hebrew, means “Jehovah is God”.
Emilio Spanish, means “rival”.
Enzo Italian, short form of Lorenzo, means “from Laurentum”.
Eric Norse, means “eternal ruler”.
Ethan Hebrew, means “strong, firm”.
Evan Welsh, means “young warrior; well-born”.
Everett English, means “brave as a wild boar”.
Fabian Latin, means “bean grower”.
Federico Italian, means “peaceful ruler”.
Felix Latin, means “happy, fortunate”.
Finn Irish, means “fair”.
Finnegan Irish, means “fair”.
Flynn Irish, means “son of the red-haired one”.
Francesco Italian, means “Frenchman or free man”.
Gabriel Hebrew, means “God is my strength”.
Gage French, means “pledge, oath”.
Garrett German, means “spear rule”.
Gaston French, means “guest, stranger”.
Gavin Welsh, means “hawk of battle”.
George Greek, means “farmer”.
Gideon Hebrew, means “hewer”.
Giovanni Italian, means “God is gracious”.
Graham Scottish, means “gravelly homestead”.
Grant Scottish, means “large”.
Gregory Greek, means “watchful, alert”.
Griffin Welsh, means “strong lord”.
Gustavo Spanish/Italian, means “staff of the gods”.
Hadrian Latin, means “dark-haired”.
Harrison English, means “son of Harry”.
Hayden Old English, means “hedged valley”.
Hendrix German, means “estate ruler”.
Henry German, means “ruler of the home”.
Hunter Old English, means “one who hunts”.
Ignacio Spanish, means “fiery”.
Iker Basque, means “visitation”.
Isaac Hebrew, means “he will laugh, he will rejoice”.
Isaiah Hebrew, means “salvation of the Lord”.
Isaias Spanish/Portuguese form of Isaiah, means “salvation of the Lord”.
Jace American, diminutive of Jason, means “healer”.
Jack English, means “God is gracious”.
Jacob Hebrew, means “supplanter”.
Jagger English, means “carter”.
James Hebrew, means “supplanter”.
Jarvis French, means “spearman”.
Jason Greek, means “healer”.
Jasper Persian, means “treasurer”.
Javier Spanish, means “castle, new house”.
Jeffrey German, means “pledge of peace”.
Jeremy Hebrew, means “appointed by God”.
Jerome Greek, means “sacred name”.
Jesse Hebrew, means “gift”.
Joel Hebrew, means “Jehovah is God”.
John Hebrew, means “God is gracious”.
Jonas Greek, form of Jonah, means “dove”.
Jonathan Hebrew, means “God has given”.
Jordan Hebrew, means “to flow down, descend”.
Joseph Hebrew, means “Jehovah will increase”.
Joshua Hebrew, means “Jehovah is salvation”.
Jovan Slavic, means “God is gracious”.
Julian Latin, means “youthful, downy”.
Justin Latin, means “just, righteous”.
Kael Gaelic, means “slender”.
Keaton English, means “place of hawks”.
Keith Scottish, means “wood, forest”.
Kendrick Welsh, means “greatest champion”.
Kevin Irish, means “handsome, beautiful”.
Kieran Irish, means “little dark one”.
Kyle Gaelic, means “narrow strait”.
Lachlan Scottish, means “from the land of lakes”.
Lance Old French, means “land”.
Laszlo Hungarian, means “glorious ruler”.
Leander Greek, means “lion-man”.
Leandro Spanish/Portuguese, means “lion-man”.
Leland English, means “fallow land”.
Leo Latin, means “lion”.
Liam Irish, means “strong-willed warrior”.
Logan Scottish, means “little hollow”.
Lorenzo Italian, means “from Laurentum”.
Lucas Latin, means “light, luminous”.
Lucian Latin, means “light”.
Luke Greek, means “light-giving”.
Marcello Italian, means “young warrior”.
Marcus Latin, means “warlike”.
Mark Latin, means “warlike”.
Mason Old French, means “stoneworker”.
Matteo Italian, means “gift of God”.
Matthew Hebrew, means “gift of God”.
Max Latin, means “greatest”.
Maximilian Latin, means “greatest”.
Merrick Welsh, means “fame, power”.
Michael Hebrew, means “who is like God?”.
Milan Slavic, means “kind, loving”.
Milo German, means “soldier or merciful”.
Nash English, means “by the ash tree”.
Nathan Hebrew, means “He gave”.
Nicholas Greek, means “victory of the people”.
Nikolai Russian, means “victory of the people”.
Noah Hebrew, means “rest, comfort”.
Oliver Latin, means “olive tree”.
Orlando Italian, means “famous throughout the land”.
Orson English, means “bear cub”.
Owen Welsh, means “young warrior; well-born”.
Pascal French, means “related to Easter”.
Patrick Latin, means “nobleman”.
Paul Latin, means “small, humble”.
Peter Greek, means “rock”.
Philip Greek, means “lover of horses”.
Phoenix Greek, means “dark red”.
Quentin Latin, means “fifth”.
Raphael Hebrew, means “God has healed”.
Raul Spanish, means “wolf counsel”.
Remington English, means “raven family town”.
Remy French, means “oarsman”.
Renato Italian, means “reborn”.
Richard German, means “brave ruler”.
Robert German, means “bright fame”.
Rocco Italian, means “rest”.
Rodrigo Spanish, means “famous ruler”.
Romeo Italian, means “pilgrim to Rome”.
Ryan Irish, means “little king”.
Salvatore Italian, means “savior”.
Samuel Hebrew, means “God has heard”.
Santiago Spanish, means “Saint James”.
Scott Scottish, means “from Scotland”.
Sean Irish, means “God is gracious”.
Sebastiano Italian, means “venerable”.
Seth Hebrew, means “appointed, placed”.
Silas Latin, means “man of the forest”.
Simon Hebrew, means “he has heard”.
Spencer Old French, means “steward, administrator”.
Sterling English, means “little star”.
Thaddeus Aramaic, means “heart”.
Theodore Greek, means “gift of God”.
Tristan Celtic, means “sorrowful”.
Tyler Old English, means “tile maker”.
Valentino Italian, means “strong, healthy”.
Vicente Spanish, means “conquering”.
Xavier Spanish, means “new house”.
Abel Hebrew, means “breath; vanity”.
Adair Scottish, means “oak tree ford”.
Adler German, means “eagle”.
Adrian Latin, means “from Hadria”.
Aiden Irish, means “little and fiery”.
Alaric Germanic, means “ruler of all”.
Alden English, means “old friend”.
Alec Scottish, diminutive of Alexander, means “defender of men”.
Alistair Scottish, means “defender of men”.
Amos Hebrew, means “carried; burden”.
Ansel German, means “with divine protection”.
Arden English, means “valley of the eagle”.
Asa Hebrew, means “healer”.
Asher Hebrew, means “happy, blessed”.
August Latin, means “great, magnificent”.
Avery English, means “ruler of the elves”.
Barrett German, means “bear strength”.
Bastian Greek, diminutive of Sebastian, means “venerable”.
Beckett English, means “beehive, little brook”.
Benedict Latin, means “blessed”.
Bennett Latin, means “blessed”.
Blaine Scottish, means “yellow”.
Blake Old English, means “dark, fair”.
Bowen Welsh, means “son of Owen”.
Branson English, means “son of Brand”.
Brent English, means “holy one”.
Brogan Irish, means “sturdy shoe”.
Byron English, means “barn for cows”.
Caden Welsh, means “spirit of battle”.
Caleb Hebrew, means “whole-hearted, faithful”.
Callum Scottish, means “dove”.
Camden English, means “winding valley”.
Carter English, means “cart driver”.
Caspian English, from the Caspian Sea.
Cedric Celtic, means “bounty”.
Ciaran Irish, means “little dark one”.
Clark English, means “scribe, secretary”.
Claude French, means “lame, enclosed”.
Clement Latin, means “merciful, gentle”.
Colby Norse, means “coal town”.
Colin Gaelic, means “young creature”.
Conan Irish, means “little wolf”.
Conner Irish, means “lover of hounds”.
Cormac Irish, means “son of charioteer”.
Cyrus Persian, means “sun”.
Daire Irish, means “fruitful, fertile”.
Dallas Scottish, means “meadow dwelling”.
Damian Greek, means “to tame”.
Dante Italian, means “enduring”.
Darian Persian, means “upholder of the good”.
Darius Persian, means “possessor of goodness”.
Deacon Greek, means “servant, messenger”.
Dean English, means “valley”.
Declan Irish, means “man of prayer”.
Demetrius Greek, means “follower of Demeter”.
Derek German, means “ruler of the people”.
Desmond Irish, means “from South Munster”.
Dexter Latin, means “right-handed, skilled”.
Dominic Latin, means “of the Lord”.
Donavan Irish, means “dark warrior”.
Drake English, means “dragon”.
Dwayne Gaelic, means “dark, black”.
Dylan Welsh, means “son of the sea”.
Easton English, means “east-facing place”.
Edgar English, means “wealthy spear”.
Edmund English, means “prosperous protector”.
Eduardo Spanish, means “wealthy guardian”.
Edward English, means “wealthy guardian”.
Egan Irish, means “little fire”.
Elias Greek, means “Yahweh is my God”.
Elliot English, means “Jehovah is God”.
Emerson German, means “son of Emery”.
Emilio Spanish, means “rival”.
Enzo Italian, means “home ruler”.
Ephraim Hebrew, means “fruitful”.
Eric Norse, means “eternal ruler”.
Ernest German, means “serious, resolute”.
Ethan Hebrew, means “firm, strong”.
Euan Scottish, means “born of yew”.
Evan Welsh, means “young warrior; well-born”.
Everett English, means “brave as a wild boar”.
Ezekiel Hebrew, means “God will strengthen”.
Fabian Latin, means “bean grower”.
Felix Latin, means “happy, fortunate”.
Finn Irish, means “fair”.
Finnegan Irish, means “fair”.
Fletcher English, means “arrow maker”.
Flynn Irish, means “son of the red-haired one”.
Forrest English, means “woodsman, forest”.
Francis Latin, means “Frenchman or free man”.
Franklin English, means “free landholder”.
Gabriel Hebrew, means “God is my strength”.
Gage French, means “pledge, oath”.
Garrett German, means “spear strength”.
Gideon Hebrew, means “hewer”.
Giles Greek, means “young goat”.
Graham Scottish, means “gravelly homestead”.
Grant Scottish, means “large”.
Grayson English, means “son of the grey-haired one”.
Gregory Greek, means “watchful, alert”.
Griffin Welsh, means “strong lord”.
Gunnar Norse, means “warrior”.
Hadrian Latin, means “dark-haired”.
Hamish Scottish, means “supplanter”.
Harlan German, means “rocky land”.
Harrison English, means “son of Harry”.
Harvey French, means “battle worthy”.
Heath English, means “the heathland dweller”.
Hector Greek, means “holding fast”.
Hendrix German, means “estate ruler”.
Henry German, means “home ruler”.
Holden English, means “deep valley”.
Hugh German, means “mind, intellect”.
Hugo Latin, means “mind, intellect”.
Hunter English, means “one who hunts”.
Ian Scottish, means “the Lord is gracious”.
Idris Welsh, means “ardent lord”.
Isaiah Hebrew, means “salvation of the Lord”.
Ivan Russian, means “God is gracious”.
Ivar Norse, means “bow warrior”.
Jacek Polish, means “hyacinth”.
Jackson English, means “son of Jack”.
Jagger English, means “carter”.
James Hebrew, means “supplanter”.
Jasper Persian, means “treasurer”.
Jay English, means “jaybird”.
Jayce English, modern name, variant of Jace.
Jeremiah Hebrew, means “exalted of the Lord”.
Jeremy English, means “appointed by God”.
Jerome Greek, means “sacred name”.
Jesse Hebrew, means “gift”.
Joel Hebrew, means “Jehovah is God”.
Johan German, means “God is gracious”.
John Hebrew, means “God is gracious”.
Jonah Hebrew, means “dove”.
Jonathan Hebrew, means “God has given”.
Jordan Hebrew, means “to flow down”.
Jovan Slavic, means “God is gracious”.
Judah Hebrew, means “praised”.
Jude English, means “praised”.
Julian Latin, means “youthful”.
Julius Latin, means “downy-bearded”.
Justice English, means “righteous, just”.
Kane Welsh, means “beautiful”.
Kellen Gaelic, means “slender”.
Kelvin English, means “friend of ships” or “from the narrow river”.
Kendrick Welsh, means “greatest champion”.
Kenneth Gaelic, means “handsome”.
Kent English, means “edge”.
Kian Irish, means “ancient”.
Killian Irish, means “church, strife”.
King English, signifies “ruler, leader”.
Kingston English, means “king’s town”.
Knox Scottish, means “round hill”.
Kurt German, means “counselor”.
Kyle Gaelic, means “narrow strait”.
Lachlan Scottish, means “from the land of lakes”.
Lance English, means “land”.
Landry French, means “ruler”.
Lars Scandinavian, means “crowned with laurel”.
Lawson English, means “son of Lawrence”.
Leland English, means “fallow land”.
Leo Latin, means “lion”.
Leon Greek, means “lion”.
Leonardo Italian, means “brave lion”.
Leroy French, means “the king”.
Levi Hebrew, means “joined, attached”.
Liam Irish, means “strong-willed warrior”.
Lincoln English, means “town by the pool”.
Logan Scottish, means “little hollow”.
Lorenzo Italian, means “from Laurentum”.
Louie German, means “famous warrior”.
Lucian Latin, means “light”.
Lucius Latin, means “light”.
Luther German, means “people army”.
Abaddon Hebrew, means “destruction, ruin”.
Adler German, means “eagle”.
Agravain Arthurian Legend, a less noble Knight of the Round Table.
Alaric Germanic, means “ruler of all”.
Amos Hebrew, means “carried by God”.
Ansel German, means “with divine protection”.
Anton Latin, means “priceless, inestimable”.
Armand French, means “soldier”.
Asmodeus Hebrew, a king of demons.
Azazel Hebrew, means “scapegoat or total removal”.
Balthazar Phoenician, means “Baal protects the King”.
Barnabus Greek, means “son of consolation”.
Bartholomew Aramaic, means “son of Talmai”.
Basil Greek, means “royal, kingly”.
Beckett English, means “beehive or little brook”.
Benedict Latin, means “blessed”.
Bertram German, means “bright raven”.
Blaine Scottish, means “yellow”.
Bram Dutch, means “father of multitudes”.
Brennan Irish, means “sorrow, sadness”.
Brutus Latin, means “heavy, dull”.
Cadmus Greek, means “from the east”.
Cain Hebrew, means “possessed”.
Caliban Literature, from Shakespeare’s “The Tempest”.
Carver English, means “wood carver”.
Cassian Latin, means “hollow”.
Cato Latin, means “all-knowing”.
Claudius Latin, means “lame, crippled”.
Corbin French, means “raven”.
Cornelius Latin, means “horn”.
Cyprian Latin, means “from Cyprus”.
Dagon Semitic, a fertility god and fish deity.
Darius Persian, means “possessor of goodness”.
Decimus Latin, means “tenth”.
Demetrius Greek, means “follower of Demeter”.
Desmond Irish, means “from South Munster”.
Dominic Latin, means “of the Lord”.
Draco Greek, means “dragon”.
Drago Slavic, means “precious, dear”.
Draven Invented, inspired by “The Crow”.
Dred Variant of Dread, implies fear and awe.
Ebenezer Hebrew, means “stone of the help”.
Egan Irish, means “little fire”.
Elazar Hebrew, means “God has helped”.
Eldritch English, means “otherworldly, sinister”.
Elias Greek, means “Yahweh is God”.
Emeric Hungarian, means “power”.
Emory German, means “home strength”.
Enzo Italian, means “home ruler”.
Erasmus Greek, means “beloved”.
Erebus Greek, means “deep darkness, shadow”.
Ernest German, means “serious, resolute”.
Euron Literary, from “Game of Thrones”, a dark and powerful character.
Evander Greek, means “good man”.
Ezekiel Hebrew, means “God will strengthen”.
Fabian Latin, means “bean grower”.
Faust German, means “lucky”.
Fenris Norse Mythology, a monstrous wolf.
Fergus Irish, means “man of vigor”.
Festus Latin, means “festive, joyful”.
Fintan Irish, means “white fire”.
Gaius Latin, means “to rejoice”.
Galen Greek, means “calm”.
Garrick English, means “spear rule”.
Gavriel Hebrew, means “God is my strength”.
Gideon Hebrew, means “hewer”.
Gilgamesh Sumerian, a legendary king.
Goliath Hebrew, a giant from the Bible.
Goran Slavic, means “mountain man”.
Grady Irish, means “noble, illustrious”.
Gregor Greek, means “watchful, vigilant”.
Griffith Welsh, means “strong lord”.
Hadrian Latin, means “dark-haired”.
Hagen Germanic, means “enclosure”.
Hamish Scottish, means “supplanter”.
Hannibal Phoenician, means “grace of Baal”.
Harlan English, means “rocky land”.
Hector Greek, means “holding fast”.
Heinrich German, means “home ruler”.
Helios Greek, means “sun”.
Henrik Scandinavian, means “home ruler”.
Hiram Hebrew, means “exalted brother”.
Horatio Latin, means “timekeeper”.
Iago Welsh, means “supplanter”.
Ignatius Latin, means “fiery one”.
Ivar Norse, means “bow warrior”.
Jabez Hebrew, means “he causes pain”.
Jareth Invented, from the movie “Labyrinth”.
Jarvis French, means “spearman”.
Jasper Persian, means “treasurer”.
Javert Literary, from “Les Misérables”, a relentless lawman.
Jedidiah Hebrew, means “beloved of the Lord”.
Jericho Arabic, means “city of the moon”.
Jorah Hebrew, means “early rain”.
Kael Gaelic, means “slender”.
Kain Variant of Cain, means “acquired”.
Kane Welsh, means “beautiful”.
Karsten German, means “anointed”.
Kasper Persian, means “treasurer”.
Keir Scottish, means “dusky, dark-haired”.
Kellan Irish, means “slender”.
Kenan Hebrew, means “possession”.
Kier Irish, variant of Keir.
Klaus German, means “victory of the people”.
Korbin English, variant of Corbin, means “raven”.
Lachlan Scottish, means “from the land of lakes”.
Lazarus Greek, means “God has helped”.
Leif Norse, means “heir, descendant”.
Leland English, means “fallow land”.
Llewellyn Welsh, means “like a lion”.
Lucius Latin, means “light”.
Luther German, means “people army”.
Mael Breton, means “prince”.
Magnus Latin, means “great”.
Malachi Hebrew, means “my messenger”.
Malcolm Scottish, means “disciple of Saint Columba”.
Marcellus Latin, diminutive of Marcus.
Marius Latin, means “male”.
Matthias Greek, means “gift of God”.
Mauricio Spanish, means “dark-skinned”.
Maxim Latin, means “greatest”.
Mercer English, means “merchant”.
Merlin Welsh, means “sea fortress”.
Mervyn Welsh, means “marrow eminent”.
Micah Hebrew, means “who is like the Lord”.
Mordecai Hebrew, means “follower of Marduk”.
Mordred Arthurian Legend, traitor to King Arthur.
Murdoch Scottish, means “sea warrior”.
Nero Latin, means “strong, vigorous”.
Nicodemus Greek, means “victory of the people”.
Nigel English, means “dark cloud”.
Oberon German, means “noble, bearlike”.
Octavian Latin, means “eighth”.
Orin Irish, means “pale”.
Orson English, means “bear cub”.
Osric Anglo-Saxon, means “divine ruler”.
Oswald English, means “divine power”.
Othello Literary, from Shakespeare, a tragic hero.
Paddock English, means “toad”.
Percival Arthurian Legend, a knight of the round table.
Phelan Irish, means “wolf”.
Phineas Hebrew, means “Nubian”.
Pierce English, means “rock”.
Piers Medieval form of Peter.
Quentin Latin, means “fifth”.
Quillan Irish, means “cub”.
Quintus Latin, means “fifth”.
Radcliffe English, means “red cliff”.
Ragnar Norse, means “warrior” or “judgment”.
Rainer German, means “wise army”.
Ramsay English, means “wild garlic island”.
Randal English, means “shield wolf”.
Raphael Hebrew, means “God has healed”.
Rasputin Russian, associated with mysticism and manipulation.
Regis Latin, means “kingly”.
Remus Latin, associated with the myth of Rome’s founding.
Renard French, means “fox”.
Reynard Variant of Renard.
Rhett English, means “advice”.
Roderick German, means “famous power”.
Roland German, means “famous land”.
Ronan Irish, means “little seal”.
Rowan Gaelic, means “little redhead”.
Rufus Latin, means “red-haired”.
Rune Norse, means “secret”.
Salvatore Italian, means “savior”.
Samael Hebrew, often associated with an archangel of death.
Sebastian Greek, means “venerable”.
Septimus Latin, means “seventh”.
Sergius Latin, means “servant”.
Severus Latin, means “stern”.
Silas Latin, means “forest, woods”.
Silvanus Latin, means “of the forest”.
Sinclair English, means “bright, clear”.
Sirius Greek, means “burning”.
Soren Danish, means “stern”.
Struan Scottish, means “stream”.
Sylar Invented, from “Heroes”, a character with dark abilities.
Tadeo Spanish, means “heart”.
Talon English, means “large claw of a bird of prey”.
Taranis Celtic, means “thunderer”.
Tarquin Latin, an Etruscan family name.
Thaddeus Aramaic, means “heart”.
Thanatos Greek, means “death”.
Thorne English, means “thorn bush”.
Thorsten Norse, means “Thor’s stone”.
Tiberius Latin, means “of the Tiber”.
Titus Latin, means “title of honour”.
Tristan Celtic, means “sorrowful, sad”.
Tybalt Literary, from Shakespeare’s “Romeo and Juliet”, a fiery temper.
Ulysses Latin, means “wrathful”.
Uriel Hebrew, means “God is my light”.
Valerian Latin, means “strong, healthy”.
Vandal English, associated with destruction.
Varian Latin, means “variable”.
Vasilis Greek, means “royal, kingly”.
Vigo Norse, means “war”.
Vladimir Slavic, means “ruler of the world”.
Xander Greek, means “defender of the people”.
Zephyr Greek, means “west wind”.
Achaius Scottish, “horseman.”
Aelfdene Old English, “from the elf valley.”
Aelfric Old English, “elf ruler.”
Aeron Welsh, “berry.”
Alberich Germanic mythology, “king of elves.”
Alder English, named after the alder tree, symbolizing protection.
Aloysius Latin, “famous warrior,” often depicted in tales of knights and fae.
Amadeo Italian, “lover of God,” used in tales of benevolent spirits.
Ansel Old German, “follower of a nobleman.”
Aodh Irish, “fire,” a deity of fire.
Arcturus Greek, “bear guardian,” a name fit for a celestial fae.
Ariel Hebrew, “lion of God,” also a spirit of the air in Shakespeare’s “The Tempest.”
Arion Greek, “melodious,” associated with magical creatures.
Arthur Celtic, “bear,” King Arthur is linked with the mythical Avalon.
Auberon/Oberon German, “noble” or “bearlike,” king of the fairies.
Aulë Tolkien’s Middle-earth, a smithing deity, creator of the Dwarves.
Azriel Hebrew, “God is my help,” often associated with mysticism.
Baird Scottish, “poet.”
Balin Arthurian legend, “knight of the two swords.”
Bane English, “long-awaited child,” often used for characters with a twist of fate.
Barinthus Celtic, a navigator to the Otherworld, often depicted as a merman.
Beleg Sindarin, “mighty,” a great archer in Tolkien’s legendarium.
Beren Sindarin, “bold,” a mortal who loved an elf-maiden.
Blaise French, “stutter,” mentor to Merlin.
Borak Arabic, “lightning,” for a swift character.
Bran Welsh, “raven,” symbolizing prophecy.
Cadeyrn Welsh, “battle king.”
Cadoc Welsh, “battle.”
Caelum Latin, “sky,” for celestial or air-associated fae.
Cai Welsh, “rejoice,” known for his jovial nature.
Caliburn Latin, another name for Excalibur, King Arthur’s sword.
Caspian Latin, “from Qazvin, Iran,” a name used in C.S. Lewis’s Narnia for a prince.
Cernach Irish, “victorious.”
Cernunnos Celtic, “horned,” god of animals and the underworld.
Corin Latin, “spear,” a warrior of the woodland realms.
Cullen Gaelic, “handsome,” associated with vampires but fits a dark fae.
Dacian Latin, “from Dacia,” reminiscent of ancient mysticism.
Dain Norse, a dwarf king in Tolkien’s legendarium, symbolizing craftsmanship.
Dainn Norse, “deadly.”
Daire Irish, “fruitful, fertile.”
Damon Greek, “to tame,” implying a fae with a dual nature.
Darnell English, “hidden nook,” for a fae of secret places.
Davy Hebrew, “beloved,” as in Davy Jones, linking to sea myths.
Deaglan Irish, “full of goodness,” for a benevolent fae.
Drustan Celtic, “tumult” or “riot.”
Drystan Welsh, “full of sorrow,” a tragic hero.
Eanraig Scottish, “ruler of the house.”
Earendil Sindarin, “devoted to the sea,” a mariner who became a star.
Eilif Norse, “ever living.”
Eirik Norse, “eternal ruler,” a name of power and legacy.
Eladan Sindarin, “Elf-Man,” signifying a connection between worlds.
Eldrin English, “elf counsel,” wise and ancient.
Elric English, “elf ruler,” a powerful sorcerer or king.
Emeric Hungarian, “power.”
Emrys Welsh, “immortal,” another name for Merlin.
Endymion Greek, “to dive into,” a mortal loved by the moon goddess.
Eoghan Irish, “born of the yew,” symbolizing death and rebirth.
Erebus Greek, “deep darkness,” for a shadowy figure.
Evander Greek, “good man,” an ancient hero.
Faelan Gaelic, “little wolf,” a fierce protector.
Faolan Irish, “wolf,” embodying strength and wilderness.
Fenris Norse, “fen-dweller,” a monstrous wolf, for a dark fae.
Fergus Gaelic, “man of vigor,” a name for a warrior spirit.
Finarfin Sindarin, “hair of Finwe,” a noble elf.
Finlo Manx, “fair Lugh,” referring to the sun god.
Finrod Sindarin, “mighty descendant,” a wise and noble character.
Fionnbharr Irish, “fair head.”
Galahad Arthurian legend, “pure, noble and selfless knight.”
Ganelon French epic, “traitor,” for a complex character.
Gavriel Hebrew, “God is my strength.”
Gawain Welsh, “white hawk,” a knight of the Round Table.
Gawyn Welsh, “white hawk.”
Geraint Welsh, “old,” a legendary king.
Gil-galad Sindarin, “Star of Radiance,” an Elven king.
Gildor Sindarin, “generation of joy,” an elf encountered by Frodo.
Glorfindel Sindarin, “golden-haired,” a powerful elf lord.
Gruffudd Welsh, “strong lord.”
Gwydion Welsh, “born of trees,” a magician and trickster.
Haldir Sindarin, “hidden hero,” a guardian of the woodlands.
Haldor Norse, “Thor’s rock,” for a strong and steadfast character.
Havelock Norse, “sea competition.”
Herne English, “horned one,” a god associated with the wild hunt.
Hrothgar Norse, “famous spear.”
Hywel Welsh, “eminent.”
Iagan Scottish, “little fire.”
Idril Sindarin, “sparkling brilliance,” used for a princess but can be gender-neutral.
Imladris Sindarin, “deep valley of the cleft,” Rivendell’s Elvish name.
Ingmar Norse, “famous god.”
Ingvar Norse, “warrior of Ing,” a god of fertility and peace.
Iorwerth Welsh, “handsome lord,” a noble figure.
Isildur Sindarin, “moon servant,” a tragic king.
Ivor Norse, “bow warrior,” for an archer or hunter.
Jago Cornish, “supplanter.”
Jareth English, “bled of jar or spear and Gareth,” the Goblin King.
Jarlath Irish, “tributary lord.”
Jorund Norse, “horse love.”
Kael Gaelic, “slender,” for a swift and deadly warrior.
Kerwyn Cornish, “blessed.”
Kieran Irish, “little dark one,” for a mysterious character.
Kynan Welsh, “chief.”
Lachlan Scottish, “from the land of lakes.”
Lancelot French, “land’s lot,” a knight of the Round Table.
Leif Norse, “heir,” a discoverer.
Leofric English, “dear ruler.”
Lir Irish, “sea,” a god of the sea.
Llewelyn Welsh, “leader,” a historical prince.
Lorcan Irish, “little fierce one,” for a spirited warrior.
Lúthien Sindarin, though female, the name means “enchantress,” showing gender fluidity in names.
Mabon Welsh, “great son,” a deity of youth.
Macon French, “mason,” for a builder or creator.
Madoc Welsh, “fortunate,” for a lucky or blessed character.
Mael Breton, “prince.”
Maglor Sindarin, “golden light,” a skilled bard.
Malachite English, “green gemstone,” for a character connected to the earth.
Manwë Quenya, “Blessed One,” the chief Vala.
Melkor Quenya, “He who arises in might,” the original dark lord.
Merlin Welsh, “sea fortress,” the legendary wizard.
Mervyn Welsh, “sea hill,” for a character from a coastal realm.
Morpheus Greek, “god of dreams,” for a character wielding illusion.
Mungo Celtic, “my dear one.”
Myrddin Welsh, “Merlin,” encompassing wisdom and magic.
Naois Irish, “mythical warrior.”
Naoise Irish, “warrior,” a hero of legend.
Niall Gaelic, “cloud,” for a mysterious or elusive character.
Nuada Irish, “cloud maker,” a king with a silver hand.
Nuadha Irish, “cloud maker.”
Oberon German, “noble,” king of the fairies.
Oengus Irish, “one strength,” a god of love and youth.
Oisin Irish, “little deer,” a poet and warrior.
Olórin Quenya, “dreamer,” Gandalf’s name in Valinor.
Orin Irish, “pale.”
Orpheus Greek, “the darkness of night,” a musician who charmed all living things.
Osian Irish, “little fawn,” for a youthful or innocent character.
Padraig Irish, “nobleman.”
Pryderi Welsh, “care.”
Puck English, “mischievous sprite,” from Shakespeare’s “A Midsummer Night’s Dream.”
Pwyll Welsh, “sense.”
Quillan Irish, “cub.”
Quinlan Irish, “fit, strong.”
Radagast Sindarin, “tender of beasts,” a wizard.
Rædwald Old English, “power in counsel,” a legendary king.
Ragnor Norse, “warrior” or “judgment.”
Raoul French, “wolf counsel.”
Rian Irish, “little king,” for a noble character.
Roland French, “famous throughout the land,” a paladin.
Ronan Irish, “little seal,” for a character linked to the sea.
Ruadan Irish, “red-haired,” a warrior.
Rurik Norse, “famous power.”
Sagramor Arthurian, “the wild one,” one of the Knights of the Round Table.
Samwise Old English, “half-wise,” a loyal friend.
Searlus Irish, “manly.”
Sigurd Norse, “victory guardian.”
Silas Latin, “of the forest,” for a woodland guardian.
Sindri Norse, “sparkling,” a dwarf craftsman.
Sionn Irish, “fox.”
Tadhg Irish, “poet” or “philosopher.”
Taliesin Welsh, “radiant brow,” a bard of legend.
Talorc Scottish, “from the boar rock.”
Tamlin Scottish, a knight transformed into a fae.
Taranis Celtic, “thunderer,” a god of thunder.
Terence Latin, “smooth,” for a diplomatic character.
Thranduil Sindarin, “vigorous spring,” an Elven king.
Tiernan Irish, “little lord,” for a fae of noble status.
Torquil Norse, “Thor’s cauldron.”
Tristan Celtic, “sorrowful,” a knight of the Round Table.
Tuatha Irish, “people of the goddess Danu,” for a character of divine heritage.
Tyrnan Celtic, “lord,” a title for fae nobility.
Ualan Gaelic, “victorious.”
Uisdean Scottish, “intelligent.”
Ulf Norse, “wolf,” for a character with a wild spirit.
Ulfred English, “wolf of peace.”
Urien Welsh, “privileged birth,” a king of Rheged.
Vail English, “valley.”
Väinämöinen Finnish, a central character in Finnish folklore, associated with magic and music.
Valerian Latin, “to be strong,” a name for a powerful fae.
Vanya Slavic, “God’s grace,” for a character with a divine aspect.
Vercingetorix Celtic, “king over warriors.”
Volund Norse, “skillful one,” a legendary smith.
Weyland Norse, “war land,” a legendary smith.
Weylyn English, “son of the wolf.”
Wulfric English, “wolf power.”
Wystan English, “battle stone.”
Xan Greek, “defender of mankind,” for a protector.
Xander Greek, “defender of the people.”
Xylon Greek, “forest.”
Yarrow English, a herb used for healing, for a healer or sage.
Yestin Welsh, “just,” for a character with a strong sense of justice.
Yngvi Norse, “ancestor,” a fertility god.
Yorath Welsh, “worthy lord.”
Yorick Scandinavian, “farmer,” symbolizing growth and life.
Ywain Arthurian, “youthful.”
Zane Hebrew, “gift from God.”
Zephyr Greek, “west wind,” for a character swift and free.
Zephyrinus Greek, “west wind.”
Abaddon Hebrew, “destruction,” an angel of the abyss.
Abelard German, “noble strength,” for knights or protectors with a magical heritage.
Acastus Greek, “not idle,” suitable for a relentless pursuer, like a vampire hunter.
Acheron Greek, “river of woe,” one of the five rivers of the Greek underworld.
Agni Hindu, “fire,” the god of fire.
Alaric Germanic, “ruler of all,” often associated with vampire legends.
Arawn Welsh, “king of the otherworld,” a deity or ruler of a mystical realm.
Bael Demonology, “king of hell,” for a character with dominion over others.
Baku Japanese, “to devour,” a creature that consumes nightmares.
Balor Celtic, “the deadly one,” a name for a fearsome creature or demon.
Balrog Sindarin, “demon of might,” a fiery demon from Tolkien’s legendarium.
Balthazar Hebrew, “God protects the king,” a name linked with magicians.
Basilisk Greek, “little king,” a serpent capable of killing with its gaze.
Bifröst Norse, “the trembling rainbow bridge” that connects the world of gods with the world of humans.
Borak Arabic, “the lightning,” a steed of the night, suitable for mythical riders.
Cadmus Greek, “from the east,” a hero who sowed dragon’s teeth.
Caius Latin, “rejoice,” a name borne by ancient vampires in folklore.
Cernunnos Celtic, “horned,” the god of animals, forests, and fertility.
Charon Greek, “fierce brightness,” the ferryman of the dead.
Corbin French, “raven,” associated with omens and magic.
Crom Cruach Irish, “bloody crescent,” a pre-Christian deity associated with sacrifice.
Cthulhu Fiction, “unknown,” a cosmic entity created by H.P. Lovecraft.
Cygnus Latin, “swan,” a name for shape-shifters or beings of grace.
Daemon Greek, “spirit,” suitable for entities with dual natures.
Damballa Vodou, “serpent god,” a loa who created the world.
Dantalion Demonology, “duke of hell,” for a master of arts and sciences.
Dionysus Greek, “God of wine and ecstasy,” associated with madness and inspiration.
Djinn Arabic, “hidden beings,” spiritual creatures in Islamic mythology.
Dorian Greek, “of the Dorian tribe,” implies a timeless elegance, fitting for an immortal being.
Draven English, inspired by “The Crow,” implies a dark and mysterious presence.
Dullahan Irish, a headless rider, often seen as an omen of death.
Eblis Persian, “despair,” a name for fallen angels or beings of sorrow.
Echidna Greek, “she-viper,” mother of monsters.
Eligos Demonology, “duke of hell,” known for revealing hidden secrets.
Elric English, “king,” associated with powerful sorcery and ancient lineage.
Emeric Hungarian, “power,” a name fitting for warlocks.
Empusa Greek, “one-footed,” a demonic creature with a leg of bronze.
Erebus Greek, “deep darkness,” for creatures that dwell in shadows.
Erlking German, “elf king,” a malevolent figure who preys on children.
Fafnir Norse, “embracer,” a dwarf turned dragon, hoarding cursed gold.
Faolan Irish, “little wolf,” suitable for a protector or warrior with a wild side.
Faustus Latin, “fortunate,” known from the legend of the magician who made a pact with the devil.
Fenrir Norse, “fen-dweller,” a monstrous wolf, fitting for a fierce warrior or beast.
Fenrisulfr Norse, “Fenris wolf,” destined to fight Odin during Ragnarok.
Fomorian Irish, a supernatural race, often depicted as hostile and monstrous.
Fossegrim Norse, a spirit who plays enchanting music on the violin.
Galahad Arthurian, “pure, noble knight,” associated with the quest for the Holy Grail.
Gancanagh Irish, “love talker,” a male faerie known for seducing humans.
Gavriel Hebrew, “God is my strength,” often used for noble vampires.
Golem Hebrew, “unformed,” a creature formed from clay and animated through magic.
Gorlois Arthurian, “defender,” suitable for a guardian of mystical secrets.
Grendel Anglo-Saxon, a monster from “Beowulf.”
Grimalkin English, an archaic term for a cat, often associated with witchcraft.
Gwydion Welsh, “born of trees,” a magician or a fae associated with forests.
Hades Greek, “unseen,” the ruler of the underworld.
Hadrian Latin, “dark-haired,” suitable for a mysterious sorcerer.
Hecatoncheires Greek, “hundred-handed ones,” giants of incredible strength and ferocity.
Hrothgar Norse, “famous spear,” a king or warrior with a legendary weapon.
Huginn Norse, “thought,” one of Odin’s ravens.
Huli jing Chinese, “fox spirit,” capable of transforming into beautiful women.
Hyperborea Greek, “beyond the North Wind,” a mythical land of eternal spring.
Hyperion Greek, “he who goes above,” a name for celestial beings or entities.
Iblis Islamic mythology, “despair,” the primary antagonist in the Quran.
Icarus Greek, “follower,” often used for characters with a tragic destiny.
Ifrit Arabic, “to rub dust,” a powerful demon of fire.
Ignatius Latin, “fiery one,” a name for fire mages or dragons.
Incantara Fiction, implying “enchanted,” suitable for spellcasters.
Incubus Latin, “to lie upon,” a demon in male form said to lie upon sleepers.
Iskandar Persian, “defender of mankind,” often associated with heroes who possess magical artifacts.
Janus Roman, “gatekeeper,” a deity of beginnings, endings, and transitions.
Jareth English, “bled of jar or spear and Gareth,” popularized as the Goblin King.
Jengu African, water spirits with healing abilities and knowledge of the future.
Jinn Arabic, “hidden from sight,” supernatural beings in Islamic mythology.
Jinni Arabic, “to hide,” supernatural beings capable of shape-shifting.
Jörmungandr Norse, “huge monster,” a sea serpent that encircles the world.
Jorogumo Japanese, “binding bride,” a mythical creature that can transform into a beautiful woman.
Kadmos Greek, “from the east,” a name fitting for a dragon or a seeker of wisdom.
Kaelum Fantasy, “sky,” for beings associated with the air or heavens.
Kain Hebrew, “acquired,” a name often linked with the first vampire.
Kelpie Scottish, a shape-shifting water spirit.
Kinnara Hindu/Buddhist, “half-human, half-bird,” celestial musicians.
Koschei Slavic, “indestructible,” a villainous figure who cannot die.
Kraken Norse, a legendary sea monster, for characters with a destructive nature.
Krampus Bavarian, “claw,” a horned figure associated with Christmas.
Lamashtu Mesopotamian, “she who erases,” a demoness who preys on mothers and infants.
Lamia Greek, “throat,” a creature who preys on children.
Lazarus Hebrew, “God has helped,” fitting for resurrected or undead characters.
Leander Greek, “lion-man,” suitable for shapeshifters or guardians.
Leviathan Hebrew, “twisted, coiled,” a sea monster from biblical lore.
Lich English, “corpse,” an undead sorcerer.
Lucan Latin, “light,” suitable for beings of enlightenment or bearers of knowledge.
Lysander Greek, “liberator,” a name for freedom fighters or rebels.
Mammon Aramaic, “wealth,” often personified as a demon of greed.
Manticore Persian, “man-eater,” a creature with a human head, lion’s body, and scorpion’s tail.
Mara Slavic, “nightmare,” a demon that rides on people’s chests while they sleep.
Melchior Persian, “king of light,” one of the magi, suitable for wise men or seers.
Mephisto German, “scatterer of lies,” a name for a deceptive demon or trickster.
Mordecai Hebrew, “warrior,” suitable for a powerful magician or warlock.
Mordred Arthurian, “pain,” the traitorous nephew of King Arthur.
Mothman American folklore, a mysterious creature sighted in West Virginia.
Naberius Demonology, “counselor of hell,” fitting for a cunning warlock or sorcerer.
Necro Greek, “death,” suitable for necromancers or death-associated characters.
Nephilim Hebrew, “giants,” offspring of angels and humans.
Niall Irish, “cloud,” for characters who navigate between worlds or realms.
Nicodemus Greek, “victory of the people,” associated with ancient wisdom and magic.
Nidhogg Norse, “malice striker,” a dragon that gnaws at the world tree’s roots.
Nix Germanic, “water sprite,” a creature associated with drowning.
Nuckelavee Orkney, a horse-like sea demon.
Oberion Variant of Oberon, implies a royal or noble bearing in the magical realm.
Oni Japanese, “ogre,” demonic creatures known for their ferocity.
Orion Greek, “son of fire,” a name fitting for dragons or fiery spirits.
Orpheus Greek, “the darkness of night,” famed for his music that charmed all beings.
Orthros Greek, “the early riser,” a two-headed dog.
Ouroboros Greek, “tail devourer,” symbolizing infinity or the cycle of life and death.
Paimon Demonology, “a king of hell,” for a character with persuasive powers.
Pan Greek, “all,” the god of the wild.
Phobetor Greek, “frightener,” suitable for a creature or entity that dwells in nightmares.
Phoenix Greek, “purple-red,” a bird that regenerates from its ashes.
Prometheus Greek, “forethought,” the titan who gave fire to humanity.
Ptolemy Greek, “war-like,” a name associated with ancient scholars and astrologers.
Púca Irish, “ghost,” a shape-shifter that can bring either good or bad fortune.
Puck English, “mischievous sprite,” known from “A Midsummer Night’s Dream.”
Qadir Arabic, “capable,” suitable for a powerful sorcerer or guardian.
Qiongqi Chinese, “a winged tiger,” a creature that causes chaos.
Questing Beast Arthurian, a creature with the body of a leopard, the haunches of a lion, and the feet of a hart.
Quetzalcoatl Nahuatl, “feathered serpent,” a Mesoamerican deity.
Quillon Latin, “crossing swords,” suitable for a warrior mage.
Quirin Roman, “spear,” a name for a warrior with magical weapons.
Quirinus Roman, “spear,” a god of war and thunder.
Radagast Slavic, “tender of beasts,” a wizard or druid associated with animals.
Ragnarok Norse, “fate of the gods,” the end of the world in mythology.
Rakshasa Sanskrit, “protector,” a demon or unrighteous spirit.
Raziel Hebrew, “secret of God,” a name associated with angelic lore and mysticism.
Remiel Hebrew, “mercy of God,” one of the archangels.
Ronove Demonology, “marquis of hell,” for a character skilled in rhetoric and languages.
Rusalka Slavic, “to moisten,” a water nymph.
Rusalki Slavic, “drowned maidens,” spirits of women who died untimely deaths.
Sabnock Demonology, “marquis of hell,” fitting for dark magic practitioners.
Samael Hebrew, “poison of God,” a name associated with fallen angels or tricksters.
Simurgh Persian, “thirty birds,” a benevolent, mythical bird.
Soren Norse, “stern,” a name fitting for a formidable dragon.
Succubus Latin, “to lie beneath,” a demon in female form.
Surtur Norse, “black,” a fire giant who plays a major role in Ragnarok.
Sylph Alchemical tradition, “air spirit,” invisible beings associated with the air element.
Talos Greek, “sun,” a mythical giant, suitable for characters with immense power.
Taranis Celtic, “thunderer,” a deity or character wielding elemental power.
Tengu Japanese, “heavenly dog,” a mischievous or malevolent spirit.
Thanatos Greek, “death,” the personification of death.
Tiberius Latin, “of the Tiber,” a name with imperial connotations, suitable for powerful magical beings.
Tikbalang Philippine, “demon horse,” a creature that leads travelers astray.
Tulpa Tibetan, “to build,” a being or object created through spiritual or mental powers.
Typhon Greek, “monster,” father of many monsters, battled Zeus.
Ulysses Latin, “wrathful,” a wanderer’s name, fitting for a cursed traveler or vampire.
Umdhlebi Zulu, “tree monster,” a mythical tree that devours humans.
Undine Latin, “wave,” elemental beings associated with water.
Uriel Hebrew, “light of God,” one of the archangels.
Urien Welsh, “privileged birth,” a name for nobility among magical beings.
Uruk Sumerian, an ancient city, often associated with magic and early civilization.
Uther Arthurian, “terrible,” the father of King Arthur, associated with magic and mystery.
Väinämöinen Finnish, a central character in Finnish folklore, associated with magic and music.
Valerian Latin, “strength, health,” a name linked with both healing and poison, suitable for alchemists.
Valkyrie Norse, “chooser of the slain,” warrior maidens who serve Odin.
Varian Latin, “variable,” suitable for shape-shifters or characters with fluid identities.
Vetala Sanskrit, “vampire spirit,” spirits that inhabit corpses.
Volos Slavic, “hair,” a deity of earth, water, and the underworld.
Vortigern Welsh, “high lord,” suitable for a ruler with dark secrets.
Vritra Hindu, “the enveloper,” a dragon or serpent demon blocking waters.
Warwick English, “from the buildings by the weir,” a name implying strategic and magical protection.
Wayland Norse, “smith,” a legendary craftsman with magical abilities.
Wendigo Algonquian, “evil spirit that devours mankind,” a creature associated with cannibalism.
Woden Anglo-Saxon, “fury,” another name for Odin, associated with wisdom and war.
Wraith Scots, “ghost,” an apparition of a living person before or after death.
Wulfgar Norse, “wolf spear,” a name for a warrior with beastly strength or connection.
Wyvern Middle English, a dragon with two legs and a barbed tail.
Xanthos Greek, “yellow,” one of the horses of Achilles, suitable for swift characters.
Xanthus Greek, “golden,” fitting for a dragon or a creature of legend.
Xerxes Persian, “ruler over heroes,” fitting for a lord of magical creatures.
Xiangliu Chinese, “to soar and flow,” a nine-headed snake demon.
Xipe Totec Nahuatl, “our lord the flayed one,” a life-death-rebirth deity.
Xolotl Nahuatl, “monster,” the god of lightning and death.
Yeti Tibetan, “rock bear,” a mythical creature of the Himalayas.
Yggdrasil Norse, “the world tree,” connecting all realms of existence.
Ymir Norse, “screamer,” the primordial giant from whose body the world was made.
Yorick Scandinavian, “earth worker,” suitable for a necromancer or earth mage.
Ysbaddaden Welsh, “chief giant,” suitable for a formidable antagonist in folklore.
Yuki-onna Japanese, “snow woman,” a spirit associated with winter and snowstorms.
Zagan Demonology, “king and president of hell,” fitting for a master of transformations.
Zaratan Arabic, a giant sea turtle that was mistaken for an island.
Zephyros Greek, “west wind,” for spirits or beings associated with air.
Zephyrus Greek, “west wind,” a name for air elementals or spirits.
Zirnitra Slavic, “magic,” a dragon god of sorcery.
Zmeu Romanian, “dragon,” a creature with magical powers and the ability to shape-shift.

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