For parents who love the countryside, what better way to express it than by naming your little cowboy these unique country names for boys.
If you have Southern roots that you want to honour or remember, or if the countryside makes you feel like a child all over again, then these country names for boys are what will bring back your precious memories. Here are more than 50 country names for boys you would want to name your baby boy.
It is from the Latin name, Augustine, meaning magic dignity, or venerable.
It is derived from the early Middle English word “bakstere” and the Old English word, “bæcere.” It is an Anglo-Saxon and Scottish name, meaning “baker.”
It is a French baby name meaning handsome.
It is an English baby name meaning proud.
Possibly derived from the word meaning residing near a stream (or brook) from both the Swedish surname Bäckland, meaning bäck “brook, stream” and lund “grove”.
It is a Celtic baby name meaning swift.
It is a Hebrew name which is a form of Cain, meaning craftsman
It is a Hebrew name meaning a dog or faithful.
It is of Irish, Scottish and English Canadian origin, meaning someone who transports goods by cart or wagon.
It is an English baby name meaning wealthy man.
It is derived from the Old French “chacier, chasser” meaning (to hunt, to chase).
From Old French chesnai ‘oak grove’, it is a name given for someone who lived by or in an oak wood.
It is an Irish baby name meaning the red-haired soldier’s son or ruddy warrior.
It is the shortened form of Clayton, which is a surname originating from the name of a place, which is derived from the Old English elements claēg (clay) and tūn (town, settlement, village, enclosure), thus, “settlement near the clay pit.”
From the Gaelic surname Ó Cuidighthigh, which means”descendant of CUIDIGHTHEACH”.
It is of Middle English origin, meaning “swarthy, coal-black, charcoal”.
It is derived from the Old English word col, which means coal. It is thought to have originally been a name given for a burner of charcoal or a gatherer or seller of coal.
It is an English baby name meaning from the dark town.
It is an anglicised form of Gaelic Ó Conraoi, meaning ‘descendant of Cú Raoi’, which means ‘hound of the plain’.
It is a surname of Scottish and English origin, and is likely derived from the British dol, meaning “meadow” and gwas, meaning “dwelling”.
It is an English surname which means “valley town” in Old English.
It is an Irish baby name meaning like a son.
It is a royalty title used as nickname or given name. It is also an abbreviation of Marmaduke.
It is derived from Diot, a Latin Dionysius or Dionysia, referring to the god of wine.
It is an English name meaning a hardworker.
It is an old variant of Evered, which is a name derived from the Old English Eoforheard (brave as a wild boar) — eofor (a wild boar) and heard (strong, brave, hearty).
It is an Irish baby name meaning heart.
It is of French origin meaning “a token of defiance or one who is defiant.”
It is a Norse baby name meaning defender.
It is perhaps a variant of Catlin or Gadling, a nickname which is from Old English gœdeling meaning ‘kinsman’, ‘companion’, but also ‘low fellow’.
It is of Gaelic orinin meaning noble or illustrious one.
It is originally a short form of Hankin which was a medieval diminutive of John. In the United States, it has been used as a diminutive of Henry, which is perhaps influenced by Dutch diminutive Henk.
IIt is derived from the Hebrew name Jacob which means supplanter or one who follows.
It is from the Hebrew name יִשַׁי (Yishay) which possibly means “gift”.
It is a Hebrew baby name meaning praised.
From an English patronymic surname meaning “son of Laurence/Lawrence”. It is originally derived from the Latin Laurentius meaning “someone from Laurentum.”
It is an English baby name meaning someone who is an independent man who avoids conformity.
It originated from the Middle English phrase “atten ash” meaning “at the ash tree”. It was also used to describe a person who lived at or near an ash tree.
It is a German baby name meaning wealthy.
It is a Welsh baby name meaning a form of Rhys: ardent; fiery.
It is of Scottish origin meaning red king.
It is an Anglo-Norman name of Norman origin, meaning”king”.
It is a Celtic baby name meaning someone who cuts timber.
It is a Latin baby name meaning of the forest. God of trees and forests.
It perhaps originated from the Anglo-Saxon word Stytt—a nickname for a boxer or fighter—or the Old English Stot/Stott—a nickname for a cattle dealer or a wild, young person.
This English and German surname means a person who tanned leather hides.
It is an English baby name meaning cheerful.
It is a Greek version of the Hebrew biblical name “Toviyah” (טוביה), meaning “The goodness of God”.
It is an English baby name meaning ford (as in river crossing) or ‘advancer’.
It is an English baby name meaning guide; wide; wood.
It is a Hebrew baby name meaning gift from God.