Damon, the tougher and edgier version of Damian implies stoic strength. It is perfectly embodied by the anti-hero vampire Damon Salvatore in “The Vampire Diaries”. In the classical mythology, Damon was the symbol of true friendship. He risked his life to save his friend Pythias from execution.
This old Russian baby name, meaning ‘to fight’, is gaining popularity in Europe. The only issue is that you could be setting your son for a job in skull cracking; if you bestow the name on your child, (we hope you know about the Boris tattoo skull reference’.
Ace is no longer tied to the weak and hapless Ace Ventura. From acing an examination to an ace up the sleeve, this moniker sounds bad to the bone even after having so many positive connotations. Jessica Simpson, Jennie Finch, Natalie Appleton and Tom Dumont, all have little Aces. The meaning of Ace is ‘one, unity’.
Puma is a large cat, just like a mountain lion or a cougar. This strong hunter, like most of its cousins, easily to its environment. Just like its bearer, even the name means ‘strength’ and that’s what makes it badass. This jaunty name has taken a flight not just among the celebs, but also other parents.
Here’s an instance of word turned into a name. Rocket is a badass name, meaning ‘jet propelled’. The famous hip-hop star Pharrell Williams also named his son Rocket. He quoted that his wife randomly chose the name from the lyrics of Pharrell’s favorite musicians.
Wyatt is relaxed, yet a highly respectable name. It is an English baby boy name meaning ‘guide, wood, or wide’. It’s most badass bearer is Wyatt Earp, the wild west hero and badass frontier officer. It’s currently in 39th spot, the highest it has ever reached. Kurt Russell and Goldie Hawn were the first of celebs to use Wyatt for their son.
Belonging to the category of old-fashioned nicknames like Biff, Buzz or Bud, Buster is a bit of a belligerent. Jonny Lee Miller and Michelle Hicks moved outside the box when they used it as a middle name for their son Timothy.
Kodiak has been, hot, or you can say cool for several years now. It has an American, cow boyish charm to it. The Russian and American name Kodiak means the same thing in both the countries ‘island’. But in Alaska, Kodiak means a badass ‘grizzly bear’. So a baby boy named Kodiak will not be afraid of anything.