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Boys’ Names

Alexander

It is a Greek name meaning ‘defender of men’. He can be called either Xander or Xan.

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Elijah

Derived from the Hebrew name ‘Eliyyahu’ meaning, “my God is YAHWEH”, he can be called Eli.

Finley

It is the Anglicised form of the names Fionnlagh and Fionnla, from the words fionn (white, fair) and laogh (warrior, calf), therefore, meaning “fair-haired warrior.” He can go by the nickname Finn.

Gabriel

A Hebrew name meaning “God is my strength”, he can have the nickname Gabe.

Henry

It is derived from the words, haim, heim, meaning ‘home’ and ric, meaning ‘power’, ‘ruler’. He can be called Hal, Hank or Harry.

Jacob

It is derived from the Latin word Iacobus, from the Greek word (Iakobos), and Hebrew Ya’aqov). He can be called either Coby or Jake.

James

Derived from the Hebrew name, Jacob, it means “supplanter,” or one who follows. He can go by the nicknames Jay, Jim, or Jimmy.

Maxwell

It is derived from the name Maccus, meaning ‘great’ and the Old English word, wielle meaning ‘spring, pool’ or wella meaning ‘stream’. He can be called Mac.

Nathaniel

It is derived from the Greek form of the Hebrew name Netan’el, meaning “God has given”. He can be called either Nate or Nathan.

Oliver

It is an English name meaning, olive tree. He can go by the nickname Ollie.

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Theodore

Derived from the Latin words theos (god) and dōron (a gift), the name Theodore means “God’s gift”, you can call him Teddy.

William

It is a German name meaning, “resolute protector; will.” He can go by the nicknames Liam, Bill or Will.

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