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2 Intellectual names and what they mean, for intellectual for baby boys, listing 1-2.
Apollo .. In modern philosophy, Apollo has come to symbolize the classical and intellectual aspects of thought ..
Hercules .. The name was borne by at least two saints, but may be better known through Agatha Christie's fictional Belgian detective and intellectual Hercule Poirot.
Apollo and Hercules are rare names. (2000 U.S. Census)
Lord .. In modern terms, someone with power and authority ..
Akeno .. (Japanese) "Bright shining field."
Duff .. From the Gaelic "dubh", meaning "dark" as a personal characteristic.
Asa .. (Hebrew) "Doctor, healer." ..
Aldo .. (Italian, Old German) "Old one, elder." ..
True .. May be used for its emotional qualities.
Comanche .. Indigenous to the Great Plains, they were expert horsemen who opposed European annexation of the West.
Epaminondas .. Epaminondas was a fourth-century BC military genius who invented fighting in organized units, known as "phalanxes".
Dale .. Success guru Dale Carnegie.
Brighton .. Parents may use the name to indicate the hope of a child having bright personality and intellect.
Fitzhugh .. (Old French, Old German) "Son of intelligence." ..
Akeem .. (Arabic) "Intelligent." ..
Cato .. (Latin) "All-knowing." ..
Bob .. Chess master Dob Fischer ..
Mentor .. Greek mythology: Mentor was a friend of Odysseus in the "Odyssey", and his son's tutor.
Benjamin .. Pediatrician and oracle Benjamin Spock ..
Abelard .. Made famous by the 12th-century French philosopher Pierre Abelard, who fell in love with and seduced his student Heloise ..
Hillel .. Sometimes used as homage to the first-century Jewish scholar Rabbi Hillel.
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