Long Baby Names For Boys:
Aballach, the variant of Avallach, is the father of Urien’s wife Modron in the Arthurian legend. It most likely refers to the island of Alavon. Aballach means ‘orchard’.
This moniker has major cache, primarily because of the American president and of course, the biblical father figure. Abraham means ‘father of the multitudes’.
Alessandro is a beautiful long boy name that’s acclaimed internationally. After being popular in the United States for decades, Alessandro has made a place for itself in Italy, Belgium, and Switzerland as well.
Versatile and classic, Alexander, meaning ‘defender of men’ can never go out of style. We even love the nicknames that come with this name, like Alex, Al, Xan. Alexzander would also make a unique twist to this name.
If you like high-sounding, noble name for your son, Alistair could be your perfect pick. This Scottish name means ‘defender of the people’.
A part of the popularity of this name goes to the talented newsman Anderson Cooper. Anderson means ‘son of Anders’.
Meaning ‘noble and bright’, Archibald can easily be shortened to Archie for the nickname. And we must say, this name sounds unyielding and substantial.
Meaning ‘magnificent’ Augustus is expected to rise mightily in the next few years, all thanks to Augustus from “The Fault in our Stars”.
The claim to fame of this name has to be the television detective, Barnaby Hones. Barnaby is a British variation of Barnabas and means ‘consolation’.
Bartholomew sounds fancier than Barney and less posh than Barnabas. It may sound a bit weighty, but your son will eventually grow into it. Bartholomew means ‘son of Talmai’.
Beauregard, meaning ‘beautiful gaze’, was earlier presumed to be jokey, but of late, several parents are considering it. Beau would be a likable nickname for Beauregard.
In The Bible, Benjamin was the name of the youngest son of Jacob and one of the founders of Israel. This timeless name means ‘son of the right hand’.
Brandon has been a favorite for boys for past several years, partly because of Bran from “Game of Thrones”. This contemporary-sounding name means ‘from the beacon hill’.
This Irish name, meaning ‘prince’, has been fairly popular, considering it has to fight its competitor Brendan to move up the charts. This strong, masculine name can be shortened to Ren too.
This surname turned name is inspired by the Welsh name Rhydderch and means ‘brother’. A perfect pick if you want a formal baby name.
This long boy’s name is unique and means a wolf in Irish.
Cleveland is another mighty place name that’s also associated with an American President and an animal rights activist. Cleveland means ‘from the cliff’.
Clifford is a lovely, nature-inspired baby name, meaning ‘living near the cliff ford’. Kids will recognize this name via the classic canine character, Clifford, the Big Red Dog.
This would be the cleverest way to give your son his own identity, while having a super popular name. This variation of Christopher means ‘follower of Christ’.
Actress Milla Jovovich gave this name a bit of allure when she picked it for her daughter. But this French surname turned name, has always been in use for boys. The meaning of Dashiell is unknown.
The name Emerson has charisma abound it. It will also honor Ralph Waldo Emerson, the American essayist and poet. Emerson means ‘son of Emery’.
Emmanuel, meaning ‘God is with us’, is a gorgeous long name for boys. Manny would be a cute abbreviation of this name.
This name has been in vogue ever since James Joyce used it for one of his masterpieces. It also gives you access to the beautiful short form Finn. Finnegan means ‘fair’.
Frederick, meaning ‘peaceful ruler’, would be a perfect name for your little prince in the making. It also comes with a friendly nickname, Fred.
This moniker stands out from the crowd as it is masculine and adorable at the same time. Gabe would be an unusual nickname. Gabriel means ‘God is my strength’.
Gregory, meaning ‘alert and watchful’, would make a stately option for your son. This Greek name is tied with 15 saints and 16 popes. And it became even more popular with the emergence of actor Gregory Peck.
Harrison originated as a surname, meaning ‘son of Henry’, but it stands strong now as a polished first name.
The name Holden has always had a cool cred with the hip parents, thanks to its appearance in “The Catcher in the Rye”. The meaning of Holden is ‘hollow valley’.
Linked to ‘hire’, Ignatius sounds both classic and posh. And it’s making a surprising return, considering both Julianne Nicholson and Cate Blanchett picked it for their sons.
This strong and latest variation may be shared by girls, but it sounds manly to the ears. Jameson has been moving swiftly up the charts, reaching the top 150 in 2015. Jameson means ‘son of James’.
If you feel your toddler cannot carry the name Jeremiah, you can shorten it to Jerry or Jez until he grows off his age. Jeremiah means ‘exalted of the Lord’.
Jonathon, the spelling variation of traditional name Jonathan, reached the peak of popularity in the 90s. Another savvy way to give your son a traditional name with a unique spin. Jonathon means ‘gift of Jehovah’.
Lawrence, meaning ‘crowned with a laurel’, would sound stylish on every boy. Did you know Lawrence originally meant ‘a person from Laurentium’?
This Latin name, meaning ‘lion’, has never been out of sight ever since Leonardo DiCaprio appeared on the silver screen.
There are just a few names as sophisticated as Leopold. This moniker is taken from the Old High German word Liutbalt and means ‘bold people’.
Latin name Lorenzo has integrated well into American favorite names, partly because of the actor Lorenzo Lamas. While it’s one of the top 200 names in America, Lorenzo ranks fourth in Italy. Lorenzo means ‘from Laurentium’.
This rocking name has a whopping five syllables. Maximillian, meaning ‘greatest’, has always sounded impressive to the ears. It also comes with a snappy short version, Max.
Longer than Maximillian, Maximilianus is derived from the Latin name Maximilianus, and is best known for its association with one of the Fourteen Holy Helpers. This name means ‘greatest’.
This moniker brings to mind the dashing heroes of the wartime. Meaning ‘manpower’, Montgomery can be shortened to Monty for the nickname.
Muhammad, the name of the Prophet of Islam, is one of the most used names in the world. It means ‘praiseworthy’.
We find Nathaniel absolutely versatile, in both short and long forms. Nathan, Nate, and Nat would make excellent nickname options for Nathaniel. Nathaniel means ‘gift from God’.
This variant of Randolf has strong warrior roots, making it perfect for a stately soldier. This time-worn classic, meaning ‘shield wolf’, was last popular in the 1940s.
This distinguished and noble name has become more popular than ever, with over 1200 baby boys being named Remington last year. Remington means ‘from the raven form’.
This German name is ostentatious in the best way possible. It has always been in the top 1000 list and reached its highest in 1967. Roderick means ‘famous power’.
Classic and cool name Sebastian, meaning ‘revered’, would also be a lovely naming option for your son. This saint name is currently on the top 50 list.
In the Old Testament, Solomon was David and Bathsheba’s son who succeeded his father as the King of Israel. Solomon means ‘peace’.
This long moniker honors the author, Lord Tennyson. But few people had considered this name, until Russel Crow picked it for his son. Tennyson means ‘son of Dennis’.
This moniker, meaning ‘gift of God’, has the potential of reaching the position it was in Theodore Roosevelt’s days. Remember, Theo, not Teddy, is the preferred nickname for Theodore now.
The Scottish name Wallace, meaning ‘foreigner’, is famously associated with actor Wallace Shawn and poet Wallace Stevens. It’s also the name of a leading character in the movie “Braveheart”.
In the year 2015, over 600 baby boys were named Zachariah. That speaks a lot about the popularity of this name. Zachariah means ‘God has remembered’.