100 Aesthetic Names for Boys With Meaning

100 Aesthetic Names for Boys With Meaning
Aesthetics is the emotional or spiritual value attributed to a work of art or nature because of its beauty or other factors associated with aesthetic preference. It is a branch of philosophy dealing with the nature of creation and appreciation of things based on the appearance of an object and the emotional responses it evokes. While it is difficult to assess the aesthetic value, it is an essential determining factor in the overall value; as what people perceive as attractive tends to be in higher demand. Similarly, aesthetic boy names can carry a pleasant sound and deep meaning. Whether artsy, classy, bohemian, or modern, these monikers are unique in giving your little one’s identity something special right from the start.
 
Every parent has their interpretation of aesthetics and beauty. Monikers that have an indescribable stylish X-factor are gaining in popularity. These names evoke positive emotions and are starting to become a trend. This artful refinement can be found in names belonging to both genders. Lyrical, artistic, botanical, mythical, romantic, vintage, and hipster boy names with a positive connotation attract more attention than others. They are sure to make your child stand out in the crowd. As the birth of a child brings everlasting joy into a parent’s life, all parents also must gift their child an excellent aesthetic name with a lovely meaning. Parents looking for a good aesthetic name for their son can refer to the list below.

100 Beautiful & Cute Aesthetic Baby Boy Names

Finding beautiful and cute names for boys can be a struggle with so many options. Here is a comprehensive list of aesthetic names for boys full of goodness that uphold their innocence and pure nature. 

1. Aaron 

Aaron means ‘lofty, exalted’ in Hebrew.

2. Albert 

Derived from the German name Adalbert, Albert means ‘noble.’

3. Aloysius 

Aloysius is a Latinization of the name Alois, which means “famous warrior.”

4. Alvin 

Derived from Old English origin, Alvin means ‘wise friend.’

5. Ambrose 

Ambrose means ‘immortal one’ in English.

6. Anton 

Derived from the old Latin name Antonius, Anton means ‘priceless.’

7. Anwyll 

Anwyll means ‘one who’s loved by all’ in Welsh.

8. Atticus 

In Latin, Atticus means “belonging to Attica,” the region where Athens is located, or more simply, “Athenian.”

9. Axel

Derived from Hebrew origin, Axel means “Father is peace.”

10. Bailey 

Derived from the Old English term “bailiff,” Bailey translates to “agent of the law”/”debt collector.”

11. Bardyllis 

This Greek name means ‘white star.’

12. Baxter 

This Anglo-Saxon and Scottish name comes from the English occupational surname meaning “baker.”

13. Bear 

This boy’s name of English origin means “bear.”

14. Benecio

Benecio means “benevolent one” in both Spanish and Latin languages.

15. Blaze

Originally a form of the saint’s name Blaise, Blaze in Latin means ‘fire.’

16. Chesterton 

This English name means ‘”Chester’s town.” 

17. Chivalry 

Derived from the Old French term chevalerie, Chivalry means “horse soldiery.”

18. Christian 

Christian means’ follower of Christ’ in Latin.

19. Crispin

Crispin comes from the Latin Crispinus, a family name derived from crispus, meaning ‘curly-haired.’

20. Crosby 

Crosby combines Old Norse kross’ cross’ býr ‘farm,’ ‘settlement’ and denotes ‘by the cross.’

21. Damian

Derived from the Greek word “Damianos,” Damien means “master,” “overcome,” or “conquer.”

22. Damon 

Damon is the English form of the Greek masculine name damazein, meaning “to overpower, tame, subdue, and conquer.”

23. Darby 

Hailing from Norse origin, Darby means ‘free from envy.’

24. Dawson

Dawson means ‘son of David’ in Greek.

25. Declan 

Declan is an anglicized form of the Gaelic name “Deaglán,” which means “full of goodness.”

26. Denver 

Denver means ‘from Anvers’ in French.

27. Duane 

Duane means ‘dark’ and ‘swarthy in French. 

28. Duke 

Duke means ‘leader’ in Latin.

29. Elijah 

Elijah means ‘Jehovah of God’ in Hebrew. 

30. Elliot

This English name means ‘the Lord is my God.’

31. Ellis 

Ellis means ‘benevolent’ in Welsh.

32. Elowen

The modern Cornish name is derived from eloven, which means ‘elm tree.’

33. Emerson 

Derived from both German and American origin, Emerson means ‘powerful’ or ‘brave.’

34. Eugene 

This French name comes from Latin Eugenius and Greek Eugenios and means’ well-born’, ‘noble.’

35. Fenton 

Derived from English origin, Fenton means ‘Marsh Town.’

36. Finley 

According to Scottish origin, Finley means a hero or a fair warrior.

37. Fox 

Derived from English origin, Fox refers to ‘a wild animal’.

38. Godiva 

Godiva is the Latinized form of the old English word god Gifu which means gift of God. 

39. Goldie 

Derived from Scottish origin, Goldie means ‘made of gold.’

40. Grey 

Derived from old English origin, Grey refers to a person with grey-toned hair.’

41. Grover 

Derived from the Old English graf, Grover means ‘of the grove.’

42. Hale 

Hale means ‘nook’ or ‘hollow’ in English.

43. Hawk 

Hawk is a stylish name that means ‘bird of prey in English.

44. Hayden

Haydon means ‘fire’ in English.

45. Holden 

Derived from English, Holden means ‘hollow valley.’

46. Idris  

Derived from Arabic origin, Idris means ‘studious’ or ‘lord.’ It is also the name of a prophet in the Quran.

47. Indy 

Derived from American origin, Indy comes from the old English word hendy, which means ‘gentle’ and ‘kind.’

48. Irving  

Derived from a Scottish surname, Irving means ‘green or freshwater.’

49. Jasper  

Derived from Persian origin, Jasper means ‘Treasurer.’

50. Kai 

Connected to its Hawaiian roots, Kai means “sea.”

51. Kane 

Derive from Welsh, Japanese, Hawaiian origin, Kane means “warrior.” 

52. Kingsley 

Derived from English origin, Kingsley means ‘King’s meadow.’

53. Koa 

According to Hawaiian origin, Koa means ‘the warrior’ or ‘the brave one.’

54. Kyler 

This masculine name is derived from Dutch origin and refers to ‘a bowman’ or ‘archer.’

55. Leopold

Leopold is the modern form of the Germanic name Luitbald and means “brave.”

56. Lexus 

Lexus means ‘law’ in Latin.

57. Lux 

Lux in Latin means ‘light.’

58. Luxor 

Derived from Arabic origin, Luxor means ‘castles.’

59. Lyon 

Lyon means ‘Lion’ in French.

60. Marley

Marley in English means ‘a pleasant seaside meadow’.

61. Marlowe 

Derived from English origin, Marlowe means ‘driftwood.’

62. Maverick 

Derived from American origin, Maverick means ‘independent one’ or ‘non-conformist.’ 

63. Maximus 

Maximus comes from a Roman family name meaning “greatest.”

64. Miller 

Rooted in old English origin, Miller means ‘one who grinds grain.’

65. Nazareth 

Nazareth was the Israeli city where Jesus was born. It means ‘sanctified.’

66. Nereus 

Nereus means ‘father of sea.’

67. Niven 

Derived from Scottish origin, Niven comes from the name Naveen and means’ little Saint.’

68. Onyx 

Onyx means ‘black stone’ in Greek. 

69. Orion 

According to Greek mythology, Orion refers to a ‘mountain dweller’ or ‘a constellation of stars.

70. Orson 

Orson in Latin means ‘Bear Cub.’

71. Orville 

This English name means ‘golden town.’

72. Oskar 

Derived from German and Irish origins, Oskar means ‘the spear of God.’

73. Otto 

Derived from German origin, Otto means ‘wealthy.’

74. Payton 

Payton comes from a place name meaning “Pœga’s town” in Old English, or it also means “fighting man’s estate.” 

75. Prewitt 

Prewitt in French means’ brave little one.’

76. Qamar 

This Arabic name means ‘moon,’ or ‘beauty.’

77. Quincy 

Quincy means ‘estate of the 5th son’ in French.

78. Ramsay 

Derived from old English origin, Ramsey means ‘low-lying land.’

79. Reynard 

Derived from French origin, Reynard means ‘Counsel Brave.’

80. Rocco 

Derived from the Germanic word ‘hrok,’ Rocco means ‘repose’ or ‘rest.’

81. Rory 

Derived from Irish origin, Rory means ‘red king.’

82. Rowan

Derived from Irish and English origins, Rowan comes from the Irish name Ruadhán, which means “red-haired.”

83. Rufus 

This ancient Roman name means ‘a redhead’ in Latin.

84. Ryder 

Ryder means ‘cavalryman’ or ‘messenger, ‘ derived from British origin.’

85. Ryker 

Ryker in German means ‘rich’.

86. Sage 

Sage in Latin means ‘Herb’ or ‘prophet.’

87. Santino 

Santino in Italian means’ little saint.’

88. Schuyler 

Schuyler in Dutch means’ scholar.’

89. Scout 

Derived from French origin, Scout means ‘to listen.’

90. Tamsyn 

Tamsyn in English means ‘a twin.’

91. Tapio 

Tapio originates from the name of the Finnish God of forests, animals, and hunting.

92. Tate 

According to English and Norse origin, Tate means ‘cheerful.’

93. Theo 

Derived from old German origin, Theo means ‘God’ in Greek.

94. Umberto 

Umberto in Italian means’ renowned warrior.’

95. Usain 

This Arabic name means ‘beautiful.’

96. Vihaan 

Vihaan means ‘the dawn’ or ‘sunrise’ as per Indian origin.

97. Vincenzo 

Vincenzo in Italian means ‘to win,’ or ‘to conquer’.

98. Willow 

Derived from English origin, Willow means ‘the willow tree’ or ‘freedom.’

99. Wrennyn

Wrennyn means ‘a small brown songbird’ in Old English.

100. Wyatt 

Wyatt means “little warrior water’ or a Christian boy that serves god” as per American origin.

101. Xander 

Alexander is the Latin form of the Greek name “Alexandros” and means “defender of men.”

102. Zuma 

Derived from African origin, Zuma means ‘to be sweet’ while it means ‘little deer in Arabic.

Cute names for baby boys should not just define their individuality but also sound fashionable and unusual. Parents on the lookout for names that fit into the present generation must consider uncommon yet popular choices with a meaning that may inspire a child to walk on the right path and live up to the glory of their name.

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