Arion 16 The name of a Greek poet and musician from about 700 BC .. Atypical as a boys' name. The form Arian is commonplace as a variation of this name. [Arian, .. 2 more]
Arnold▼ 17 .. English novelist Arnold Bennett .. An occasionally used baby name, Arnold is used more commonly as a surname. The variation Arno is familiar as a variant form of the name. [Arend, Arnau, Arnault, Arne, Arney, .. 16 more]
Artemas 18 .. Author Artemas Ward. Artemas is irregularly used as a men's name. The form Art is commonplace as a variation of Artemas. [Art, Artemus, Artimis, .. 6 more]
Arthur▼ 19 .. Writer Arthur C .. Arthur has decreased in favor as a boys' name over the years since 1900-1909. The variation Arther is familiar as a variant form of Arthur. [Aart, Art, Arther, Artie, Artro, .. 12 more]
Aslan 20 .. Literary: name used by author CS Lewis for the magical lion in "The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe" and the subsequent books in the Chronicles of Narnia. Atypical as a name for babies. See also Allan.
Auberon 21 .. English writer Auberon Waugh. Distinctive as a given name for baby boys. [Auberron, Oberon, .. 2 more]
Bacchus 22 .. He is also the god of poets. Atypical as a name for boys, Bacchus is found more often as a last name.
Baird 23 .. Origin fr. Gaelic, Scottish, Irish words. "Poet, one who sings ballads." Distinctive as a given name for baby boys, Baird is used more often as a last name. See also Laird. .. [Bar, Barr, .. 4 more]
Baldwin 24 .. Author James Baldwin. Baldwin is an irregularly used men's name, occurring often (Top 1%) as a surname in the US Census. [Bald, Baldewin, Balduino, Baldwynn, .. 6 more]
Balfour 25 .. It was named for its author, British Foreign Secretary Arthur James Balfour, and Balfour was occasionally used as a given name in Israel afterward. Distinctive as a given name for baby boys, Balfour is used more often as a last name. [Balfer, Balfor, .. 2 more]