50 Badass Baby Names For Girls And Boys
Badass Boy Names:
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”.
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.
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’.
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’.
Maddox is out and out badass. Not just because of the trendy ‘x’ ending, but also because it has a super cool association.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Dagger is a sharp and edgy name that some parents may arm their child to prepare them for a war in the cruel world.
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.
The power name Cassius owes its fame to the professional boxer and cultural icon, Muhammad Ali, who was born Cassius Marcellus Clay.
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.
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.