Baby Names starting with U for boys



Baby Names from A to Z

Ubadah, means "serves God". Distinctive as a given name for baby boys.

Uberto. Distinctive as a birth name. See also Ulberto.

Udayan, means "rising, showing up". Atypical as a name for babies.

Udi, means "my torch, burning stick". Atypical as a name for kids. See also Umi.

Udell, var. Udel, Udall, Udale, means "yew-tree valley". Atypical as a baby name, Udell occurs more conventionally as a last name. The form Dell is commonplace as a version of Udell.

Udo. Distinctive as a birth name for males, Udo is used more often as a last name. See also Udi.

Udolf, var. Udolph, Udolfo, means "wolf-wealth". Distinctive as a given name. See also Adolf.

Ugo, means "a thinker". Unusual as a name for babies. See also Udo.

Ukiah, means "deep valley". Uncommon as a birth name. See also Uziah.

Ulf, means "wolf". Unusual as a given name. See also Alf.

Ulick, means "little William". Uncommon as a name for baby boys. See also Alick.

Ull, means "glory". An unusual name for kids. See also Ulf.

Ulmer, var. Ulmar, Ullmar, means "fame of the wolf". Ulmer is an intermittently used male name, occurring commonly (Top 5%) as a last name in the US Census. See also Elmer.

Ulric, var. Udo, Ulrik, Ulrick, Ulrich, Ullric, means "power of the wolf; power of the home". Ulric is atypical as a men's name. The form Rick is generally used as a variation of Ulric.

Ulysses, var. Ulisse, Ulises. Usage of Ulysses as a given name is only intermittent now. Ulysses is still recorded frequently as a first name among the male populace according to the US Census. The variation Ulises is popular as a form of this name.

Umar, var. Umer, means "prospering, thriving". Umar is rarely occurring as a masculine name. The variation Omer is familiar as a form of this name.

Umber, var. Umbro, means "shade". Umber is rarely used as a male name. See also Umberto.

Umberto. Distinctive as a given name. See also Umber.

Umed, means "desire, goal". Unusual as a birth name. See also Umee.

Umi, var. Umee, means "life". Umi is intermittently used as a men's name. See also Udi.

Uncas, means "the fox". Uncommon as a boys' name.

Unwin, var. Unwyn, Unwinn, means "nonfriend". Unwin is an infrequently used men's name.

Updike, var. Updyke, means "upper bank". Updike is irregularly used as a given name, and it occurs regularly (Top 13%) as a surname according to the US Census.

Upshaw, means "upper thicket". An unusual given name for boys, Upshaw exists more commonly as a surname.

Upton, means "upper settlement". Atypical as a given name, Upton is used more conventionally as a last name.

Upwood, means "upper forest". Atypical as a name for boys.

Urban, var. Urbano, Urbain, Urbane, Urbanus, Urbaine, means "from the city". Usage of Urban as a name for baby boys is only occasional. Urban exists more often as a last name.

Uri, means "my light, my flame". Unusual as a birth name. See also Udi.

Uriah, var. Uri, Uria, Urija, Urias, Uriyah, Urijah, means "my light is Jehovah". Usage of Uriah as a name for children is widespread. The form Urijah is widely used as a version of Uriah.

Uriel, means "angel of light; flame of God". Usage as a baby name is commonplace. See also Ursel.

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