Baby Names associated with Happy for Boys
Alaire - HarshadPage 1/2 of 38 Happy names.
Alaire 1 .. Stems fr. Latin word. "Cheerful." Unconventional, but Alaire, Alair are similar to popular Ala- last name Alar (upper 96%). French variant of Hilary .. [Alair, Helier, Hilarie, Lary, .. 2 more]
Asher▲ 2 .. Derivative of Hebrew element. "Happy." Somewhat common as boys' names, Asher, Ash, etc. are similar to the familiar Ace. Biblical .. [Ash, Asser]
Benvenuto 3 .. .. refers to the joy at birth .. Benvenuto and Bienvenido are rarely used as men's names, and Benvenuto appears often (upper 15%) as a surname. [Bienvenido]
Bliss 4 .. From Old English language. "Intense happiness." Gender-neutral name. Bliss is not a Top 1000 name.
Blythe 5 .. Derivative of Old English language. "Blithe, cheerful, carefree." Bligh, Blithe and Blythe are barely found as given names. Modern coinage .. [Bligh, Blithe]
Caius 6 .. Root fr. Latin language. "Happy." Somewhat widely used as boys' names, Keyes, Caius, etc. are comparable to the common Reyes. Common Roman form of Gaius .. [Cai, Caio, .. 5 more]
Ellery 7 .. .. related to Latin Hilary meaning "cheerful" .. Rare as birth names, but Elrey, Ellery, etc. sound like the more common Elroy. [Ellary, Elrey, .. 1 more]
Epicurus 8 .. .. should be to make life happy .. Unique. Epicurus is not listed in the US Demographics.
Faine 9 .. Origin fr. Old English language. "Happy, joyous." Faife, Fene and Fyne are kreatif variations. Fane is a Welsh form. [Fain, .. 1 more]
Faust 10 .. .. Sulla, added Felix "happy, fortunate" to .. Scarce as a birth name, Faust is used more frequently as a surname. [Faustin, Faustino, Faustus, .. 1 more]
Felix 11 .. Stems fr. Latin word. "Happy, lucky." Adoption of Feliciano and variants was more pronounced 114 years ago and has remained conventional. Masculine of Felicity .. [Fee, Felicio, Felicks, Felike, Fleicien, .. 7 more]
Gaillard 12 .. Stems fr. Middle English. "Brave, cheerful, spirited." Outside Top 1000. Also the name of a 16th .. [Gaillhard, Gaillardet, .. 1 more]
Gaius 13 .. Derivative of Latin. "Happy." Rarely used as a birth name. Probably the root of the word .. [Cai, Kay, Keye, Keyes, .. 3 more]
Gale 14 .. Based on Irish, Gaelic, Old English languages. "Cheerful, happy." Ranked in Top 1000. More common now as a girl's .. [Gael, Gaell, .. 6 more]
Gay 15 .. From Old French. "Blithe, cheerful." Adoption of Gay stepped up in the 1890s and has become less. Unisex name. A surname in the Middle Ages ..
Gilam 16 .. Derivative of Hebrew word. "Joy of a people." Gilam was not a Top birth name in 2014. See also Galan.
Gilon 17 .. Derivative of Hebrew. "Joy." Not Top 1000 names. [Gil, .. 1 more]
Habib 18 .. Habib is sometimes anglicozed as Happy. Not Top 1000 names. [Habeeb]
Hani 19 .. Root fr. Arabic element. "Full of joy." Uncommon, with the -ni ending for Hani, like Hasani. Masculine of Hania. [Hany]
Harshad 20 .. Derived fr. Hindi element. "Bringer of joy." Harshad is rare as a boys' name.
Summary of Happy names (and variants) for boys.Alaire - Harshad
Alaire [Lary, Alair, Larie, Helier, Hilary, Hilarie], Asher▲ [Ash, Asser], Benvenuto [Bienvenido], Bliss, Blythe [Bligh, Blithe], Caius [Kay, Cai, Caio, Kaye, Keys, Keye, Keyes], Ellery [Elrey, Ellary, Ellerey], Epicurus, Faine [Fain, Fane], Faust [Fausto, Faustus, Faustin, Faustino], Felix [Felyx, Felike, Feliks, Pelike, Felicks, Felicio, Felizio, Fleicien, ..], Gaillard [Galliard, Gaillhard, Gaillardet], Gaius [Kay, Cai, Caio, Kaye, Keys, Keye, Keyes], Gale [Gail, Gael, Gaell, Gaill, Gayle, Gaile, Gaelle, Gaille], Gay, Gilam, Gilon [Gil, Gili], Habib [Habeeb], Hani [Hany], HarshadHelge - Woyzeck
Helge [Helgi, Helje, Helji], Hilary [Ilar, Hilly, Ilari, Ilaria, Ilario, Illario, Hilorio, Ilarion, ..], Ilario, Jay [Jeh, Jae, Jai, Jaye, Jayron, Jayronn], Kay▼ [Kai, Keh], Keyes [Key, Keys], Masos, Oron, Osher, Radimir, Rufaro, Saad, Said [Saeed], Simcha [Simha], Tait [Tate, Tayte], Tate▲ [Tait, Taitt, Tayte], Timothy▲ [Tymon, Tymothy, Timothe, Timotheo, Timothey, Tymmothy, Tymoteusz, Timotheus, ..], Woyzeck [Wojtek, Wozzeck, Wojciech]