150 Latin baby boy names list a to z

Latin baby boy names are rooted in ancient history and carry a sense of timeless elegance and strength. Many names originate from Latin words, honoring virtues like bravery, wisdom, and honor. They often have a …

Latin baby boy names

Latin baby boy names are rooted in ancient history and carry a sense of timeless elegance and strength.

Many names originate from Latin words, honoring virtues like bravery, wisdom, and honor.

They often have a rich historical background and evoke images of legendary figures and leaders. Latin names impart a sense of sophistication and tradition, making them a popular choice for modern parents seeking classic appellations.

 

Latin baby boy names

Latin baby boy names a to z with meanings :

Here are 150+ Latin baby boy names from A to Z, along with their meanings:

 

A:

1. Abelardo – “noble, resolute”

2. Abilio – “able, skillful”

3. Acacio – “thorny”

4. Adalberto – “noble and bright”

5. Adriano – “from Hadria”

6. Agapito – “beloved”

7. Agosto – “venerable”

8. Albano – “from Alba”

9. Alberto – “noble and bright”

10. Aldo – “old or wise”

 

B:

11. Bardo – “spear”

12. Bartolomeo – “son of Talmai”

13. Basilio – “kingly”

14. Beltrán – “bright raven”

15. Benito – “blessed”

16. Bernardo – “brave as a bear”

17. Bonifacio – “good fate”

18. Bruno – “brown”

 

C:

19. Calixto – “handsome”

20. Camilo – “attendant at a religious service”

21. Carino – “dear one”

22. Carlos – “manly”

23. Carmine – “garden”

24. Caspar – “treasurer”

25. Celio – “heaven”

26. Cesar – “head of hair”

27. Clemente – “merciful”

28. Constantino – “steadfast”

 

D:

29. Damian – “to tame”

30. Danilo – “God is my judge”

31. Dante – “enduring”

32. Dario – “possessor of goodness”

33. David – “beloved”

34. Demetrio – “follower of Demeter”

35. Diego – “supplanter”

36. Domingo – “born on Sunday”

37. Donatello – “given by God”

38. Dorian – “of the sea”

 

E:

39. Elio – “sun”

40. Emiliano – “rival”

41. Emilio – “to strive or excel”

42. Enrico – “ruler of the house”

43. Ernesto – “serious”

44. Esteban – “crown or wreath”

45. Eugenio – “well-born”

46. Ezequiel – “God will strengthen”

 

F:

47. Fabio – “bean grower”

48. Fausto – “fortunate or blessed”

49. Federico – “peaceful ruler”

50. Fernando – “brave traveler”

51. Flavio – “blond or yellow hair”

52. Fortunato – “fortunate or lucky”

53. Francisco – “free man”

54. Fulvio – “blond or yellow hair”

 

G:

55. Gabino – “God is my strength”

56. Gael – “spear”

57. Geraldo – “spear ruler”

58. Germano – “from Germany”

59. Gino – “well-born”

60. Giorgio – “farmer”

61. Giuliano – “youthful”

62. Gonzalo – “battle”

63. Guido – “wood”

 

H:

64. Hector – “to hold fast”

65. Hernán – “adventurous”

66. Heriberto – “bright army”

67. Hugo – “bright in mind and spirit”

 

I:

68. Ignacio – “fire”

69. Ilario – “gay or cheerful”

70. Imanol – “God is with us”

71. Inocencio – “innocent”

72. Isaac – “he will laugh”

73. Isidoro – “gift from Isis”

 

J:

74. Jacinto – “hyacinth flower”

75. Javier – “bright or new house”

76. Jerónimo – “sacred name”

77. Joel – “Yahweh is God”

78. Jonás – “dove”

79. Jorge – “farmer”

80. José – “God will increase”

81. Juan – “God is gracious”

82. Julián – “youthful”

 

L:

83. Lázaro – “God has helped”

84. Leonel – “lion”

85. Leonardo – “bold lion”

86. Lorenzo – “from Laurentium”

87. Lucas – “man from Lucania”

88. Luciano – “light”

89. Luis – “renowned warrior”

 

M:

90. Marcelino – “little Mars”

91. Marco – “warlike”

92. Mateo – “gift of God”

93. Mauricio – “dark-skinned”

94. Maximiliano – “greatest”

95. Miguel – “who is like God?”

96. Moisés – “drawn out of the water”

 

N:

97. Narciso – “daffodil”

98. Natalio – “born at Christmas”

99. Nathan – “gift of God”

100. Néstor – “homecoming”

101. Nicolás – “victory of the people”

102. Nilo – “dark blue”

 

O:

103. Octavio – “eighth”

104. Omar – “speaker”

105. Orlando – “famous land”

106. Oscar – “deer friend”

107. Osvaldo – “powerful god”

108. Ottaviano – “eighth”

 

P:

109. Pablo – “humble”

110. Paco – “free”

111. Patricio – “noble”

112. Pedro – “rock”

113. Pepe – “God will increase”

114. Perez – “rock”

115. Primo – “first”

116. Pio – “pious”

 

Q:

117. Quinto – “fifth”

 

R:

118. Rafael – “God has healed”

119. Ramiro – “famous advice”

120. Raul – “wolf counsel”

121. Reinaldo – “advice and power”

122. Remo – “oarsman”

123. Renato – “reborn”

124. Ricardo – “powerful ruler”

125. Roberto – “bright fame”

126. Rodolfo – “famous wolf”

127. Rodrigo – “famous ruler”

128. Roman – “Rome”

 

S:

129. Salvador – “savior”

130. Samuel – “God has heard”

131. Santiago – “Saint James”

132. Sebastián – “venerable”

133. Sergio – “servant or attendant”

134. Silvio – “wild, wood”

135. Simón – “he has heard”

136. Stefano – “crown”

 

T:

137. Teo – “gift of God”

138. Timoteo – “honoring God”

139. Tobías – “God is good”

140. Tomás – “twin”

141. Tito – “honored”

 

U:

142. Urbano – “from the city”

 

V:

143. Valerio – “strong, healthy”

144. Víctor – “victorious”

145. Vicente – “conquering”

146. Virgilio – “staff bearer”

 

X:

147. Xavier – “bright, new house”

148. Ximeno – “son”

 

Y:

149. Yago – “held by the heel”

 

Z:

150. Zacarías – “the Lord remembers”

151. Zachary – “the Lord remembers”

152. Zenon – “gift of Zeus”

 

 

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