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73 Most Amazing Baby Names That Mean Hope And Faith :

Boy Names That Mean Hope And Faith:

1. Von:

Von is a single syllable baby boy name that mean ‘hope. Earlier heard as a surname suffix, Von is now used as a standalone name. Whether you use it as a nickname or a given name, this mid century name is bound to sound cool. And it sounds way better than its counterparts Walt and Ray.

2. Amil:

Amil is a beautiful Arabic name, meaning ‘hope.’ Amil is also used for females in some regions. It is associated with Amil Whitehead, the female American rapper.

3. Titus:

Titus is the name of an early convert to Christianity and a companion of Paul, the apostle. Titus was a true peacemaker who was assigned the task of collecting charity for the poor. In a letter, Paul referred Titus to “my true son in the faith”.

4. Truman:

Truman is an English name, meaning ‘faithful one.’ This upstanding name radiates an aura of moral truth and integrity, values that any parent would want for their children. It’s also associated with famous writer Truman Capote. And it’s the name of a character played by Jim Carrey in the “Truman Show”.

5. Toivo:

Toivo is a cool Finnish name, meaning ‘hope.’ This name was on the U.S. Top 1000 baby names in the 20th century, especially because of the recent immigrants choosing native names. And it you are of Finnish ancestry, we would especially suggest reviving this name for its positive meaning.

6. Deene:

This simple French name would make a great pick for parents who do not like nicknames. Deene has a robust and easy sound and means ‘hope.’

7. Makas:

Makas is a Hebrew name with a great nickname Mak. We think it would make a great choice for mothers like the name Marcus or Mark, but are looking for something unique and less commonplace.

8. Raza:

Who needs Rada when you can go with the African name Raza? This short and spunky name, meaning ‘hope’ is in no way sinking beneath the wave, not until the next few years, of course.

9. Kibou:

For parents looking for a creative, yet a meaningful name for their child could opt for Kibou. This cute Japanese name means ‘hope.’ Other than its meaning, Kibou has a unique sound, which is easy to pronounce too!

10. Matthan:

Mateas and Matthew are outdated now. The time is ripe for Matthan, an Israeli name, meaning ‘hope. Don’t you think it’s a cross between Matthew and Nathan? It sounds like it, though!

11. Day:

Day is an American name, meaning ‘light and hope.’ This name is short, spunky and even unisex, But we think it would sound more appropriate for a baby boy. It would even make an optimistic and bright middle name.

12. Chislon:

Here’s another Hebrew name, meaning ‘hope.’ This cool name would fit in with most of the popular baby boy names of the day.

13. Kit:

This is the funkiest of the entire male names, meaning ‘hope.’ This crisp and accented name sounds as fresh as it did years ago. You can use it as a nickname for Christopher also.

14. Dillon:

Dylan is an Irish name, meaning ‘ray of hope.’ It’s an excellent and less common alternative to the Welsh name, Dylan. Dillon Kyle Gee, the American baseball player, and Dillon Shane Farrell, American NFL football player are its most famous bearers.

15. Moutaqad:

Moutaqad is an Arabic name, meaning ‘belief and faith.’ This slightly extended, but breezy name has a classy, yet the upbeat image that doesn’t betray its Arabic roots.

16. Emmanuel:

Emmanuel is a Hebrew name, meaning ‘God is with us.’ This name affirms our faith in the Almighty. For the nickname, you can use Emuna, which is a standalone name, but means ‘faith.’

17. Rutendo:

The name means ‘faith’ in the Shona language. This grandpa name is fast taking over urban trendy names because of its beautiful meaning. It currently one of the top 100 names in Africa and we predict that it would soon come in the top 50 name list too!

18. Fidel:

Fidel is a Latin name, meaning ‘faithful.’ This name has always been in the top 100 baby boy names in Europe. Fidel Alejandro Castro, the 17th President of Cuba, is the most famous bearer of this name.

19. Nakia:

Nakia is an Arabic name, meaning ‘faithful.’ The name lies outside the top 1000 names right now, but is rising very fast. In the Western culture, Nakia would probably be used for a girl.

20. Tumelo:

Tumelo is a South African name, meaning ‘faith’ in Tswana and Sotho language. Despite having a lovely sound, Tumelo seems to be waning. The moniker has lost its popularity is the recent years, with 2014 being its lowest point yet.

21. Amanaki:

Amanaki is a Polynesian baby boy name, meaning, ‘hope.’ Out of most of the Polynesian names, Amanaki has had more staying power. In fact, in the 80s, Amanaki was one of the top 50 baby names.

22. Barloc:

Barloc is an American name, meaning ‘a strong warrior, filled with hope.’ This name has a pleasing sound and is easy to spell and pronounce too! And neither is it over-used.

23. Daijon:

Here’s another beautiful American baby name, ‘meaning god’s gift of hope’. This name was favored greatly by the first generation of American families and does not have many takers now. So why don’t you take advantage of it and use it for your son?

24. Jahleel:

Jahleel is a Hebrew name, meaning ‘hope in God.’ This name fell into obscurity after the turn of the century, but we think it’s time to give a fresh look at Jahleel.

25. Phelipe:

Phelipe is a Spanish name, meaning ‘hope origin.’ It’s one of the finest variations of Philip we have seen to date. Even though it has been used in Spain for ages, the popularity of this name has not gone down. For the nickname, you can go with Pip or Flip.

26. Tumaini:

The meaning of this Egyptian name is ‘hope’. This name is favored by parents who want a strong and classic name for their son.

27. Thembalwethu:

Thembalwethu is one of the most enduring classic names in Africa. It currently stands at #17, exactly where it was three years ago. This African name means, ‘our hope.’

28. Umed:

Umed is a royal Indian boy name, meaning ‘hope.’ It’s mostly used by the conservative than the contemporary, especially in Rajasthan. We think it would make a lively alternative to Umeed.

29. Umit:

The meaning of this Turkish name is ‘hope’. It is solid, strong, saintly, royal, yet friendly. Its famous bearers are Ümit Davala, the Turkish football coach, Ümit Korkmaz, the Austrian footballer of Turkish descent and Ümit Sonkol, the Turkish basketball player. With such sporty bearers, we can surmise that even your son will become a famous sportsman of his time.

30. Mahaz:

This spunky and unique Israeli name really pops. It has a great energy and is short and to the point. Mahaz is unisex, but if you are using for a baby boy, Mae could make a unique nickname.

31. Amin:

The Arabic name Amin is the variation of Ameen and means ‘faithful and trustworthy’.

32. Fedele:

Fedele is a Latin variation of the word name Fidel and means ‘faithful’.

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