50 Badass Baby Names For Girls And Boys

Badass Boy Names:

1. Darby:

If you want a hardcore badass name for your kid, look no further than Darby. Darby Crash was the famous front man for the punk rock band, “The Germs”.

2. Rocco:

Tough as nails and hard as the rock, Rocco is the guy who commands respect wherever he goes. It might sound big mature for a baby, but he will eventually grow into it.

3. Dean:

When it comes to honoring the badass James Dean, you could just go with his last name Dean, which means ‘having lived near a valley’.

4. Ryder:

Ryder is another super badass name for you to consider. It sounds like it belongs to a race car driver, even though it means ‘messenger’.

5. Maddox:

Maddox is out and out badass. Not just because of the trendy ‘x’ ending, but also because it has a super cool association.

6. Axel:

Axel is a Scandinavian form of the Biblical Absalom, the son of King David. This super cool and badass moniker is associated with the “Guns n Roses” front man Axl Rose.

7. Blade:

The name Blade may sound a bit irregular, as it is smooth and macho at the same. Some parents may find it a bit threatening though. And we have a superhero of this name as well. The superhero Blade is immune to the bites and hypnosis of the supernatural vampires.

8. Ranger:

Ranger is an occupational baby boy name, meaning ‘forest guardian’. The name Ranger sounds much better than Danger. It has a western, cow boyish feel to it.

9. Breaker:

Breaker is an aggressive baby boy name on the lines of Heller and Tracker. This robust name has become a hip amongst parents who have issues with the law.

10. Dagger:

Dagger is a sharp and edgy name that some parents may arm their child to prepare them for a war in the cruel world.

11. King:

This moniker has some mixed connotations. Some people find it more fitting as the name for a dog. But it’s also a strong name with notable associations, Like Elvis King and Dr. Martin Luther King.

12. Cassius:

The power name Cassius owes its fame to the professional boxer and cultural icon, Muhammad Ali, who was born Cassius Marcellus Clay.

13. Lowell:

Lowell is usually considered a last name as a first name for boys and means ‘young wolf’. The popularity of this name hit its peak in the 1930s, when it was in the top 150.

14. Alfred:

Yes, we know that Alfred is a bit mature and old school for a baby, but it has a very positive meaning of ‘sage and wise’. This name holds the combined power of whimsy and intelligence; traits that parents want in their children.

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