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Boy Names of Latin Origin

Latin baby names and what they mean, with 335 results. Usage of these boy names reached its peak 56 years ago (USAGE OF 10.36%) and is almost as widespread today (USAGE 7.63%, 26%), but with names such as Clarence becoming less stylish. The most trendy birth names in this list are Bennett (#140), Oliver (#12), Rhett (#220), Roman (#98) and Silas (#119), while Camiolo (TOP 68%) and Bannett (90%) are popular surnames. Here is the list of Latin names for girls.

Latin names

Aad - Andino | Anthony - Bastian | Beattie - Caius | Cajetan - Chester | Christian - Council | Creed - Efisio | .. - .. | Turbo - Vivian

Aad - Andino

"From Hadria." Aad is unusual as a birth name. Danish nickname of Adriaan, from Adrian.

"Abundant, plenty." Unusual, but Abundio, Abondio, etc. are comparable to common last names Amadio (UPPER 20%), Amedio (63%), with the -dio suffix. Spanish name.

"Eagle." Acilian and Ailino are creative forms. See also Aquilino. Spanish variant of Aquila.


"From Hadria." Adrian is a recognizable (TOP 19%) male name. Place name ..

"Desire to please." Not in Top 2000. Spanish name.

"To praise." Uncommon. Aineas, var. (cf. Abbas) use the androgynous-sounding -as suffix. From Aineias, from Greek ainein ..


"Beloved." Aime was favored as a baby name during 1910-1919. Also a girls' name. French name Aimé is more common ..

"Cheerful." Larie and variants are seldom found as masculine names. French variant of Hilary ..

Alban, var. Albion1
"From Alba." Al, Albion, Alvan and Alvy are prevalent as versions of Alban. From the Latin name Albanus, which ..


"White; rock, crag." Albion peaked in popularity a century ago. See also Alpin. .. derive from the Latin "albus" referring ..

Top 2000 baby names ranking of Latin names: Adrian, Aime, Albion, Alta, Amaury

"Winged one." Not in Top 2000.


"High, elevated." Moderately infrequent as a children's name. As in Alta, Utah, thousands of ..

"Bright, shining." Rare, with the unusual masculine -cio ending for Alucio, Allucio, like Acacio. The root is "lux", or light ..

Variant of Alfred. Compare surnames Aldred (TOP 14%), Alfred (4%). See also Alard.

"Spring, greening." Outside Top 2000. See also Albern. See also Elvin.

Amadeus, var. Amyas1
"God's love." Amado is prevalent (UPPER 79%) as a given name.

"Lovable." Scarcely used as a birth name. A Saint Amadour, purportedly founder of ..


"Dark-skinned, Moorish." Amory and variants were favored as birth names in 2009. Variant of Maurice.

"Loved." Adoption of Amyas and variants as baby names in 2016 was up 17% compared to a year ago. Possibly an anglicized version of Amadeus ..

"Man, warrior." Andino is not frequently used as a birth name. Italian short form of Andrew.

Quick Reference

Summary Index of names [and variants] for Latin names for boys.

1. Aad - Andino
Aad, Abundio, Acilino, Adrian [Hadrian, ..], Adulio, Aeneas [Eneas], Aime, Alaire [Hilary], Alban [Albion], Albion, Aleron, Alta, Alucio, Alured, Alvern, Amadeus [Amyas], Amadour, Amaury, Amyas, Andino

Anthony [Tony, ..], Anton, Antonio [Tony, ..], Aquila, Arcelio, Archer, Arden, Ardmore, Argento, Aries, Ascanius, Atticus, August [Gus, ..], Augustine [Austin], Augustus [Gus, ..], Aurelio, Austin, Balbo, Baptist, Bastian

Beattie, Benedict [Bennett], Benigno, Bennett, Biagio, Blaise [Blaze], Blandino, Blanton, Blaze [Blaise, ..], Blondell, Bonaventure, Boniface, Boone, Bouvier, Branch, Brett, Brevard, Brutus, Caesar [Kaiser, ..], Caius [Kay]

Cajetan, Callis, Calum, Calumet, Camilo, Candido, Carew, Carmine, Carpenter, Cassian, Cassius, Cato, Catullus, Cecil [Celio], Celesto, Celio, Celso, Cesar, Chesley, Chester

Christian [Kristian, ..], Cicero, Cirrus, Cisco, Clarence [Clarrie], Clark, Clarrie, Claude, Clement [Klemens], Clitus, Como, Constant, Constantine [Konstantin, ..], Cook, Corbinian, Corin, Corvin, Cornelius, Costas, Council

Creed, Crispin, Cristian, Cyprian, Czar, Dacey, Dante, Dario, Decimus, Desiderio [Didier], Deus, Dexter, Didier, Dominic [Domino], Domino, Duke, Durand [Dante], Durbin, Edrian, Efisio

Elian, Eligius, Elmo, Elvio, Emil [Emiliano], Emiliano, Eneas, Ensign, Epifanio, Evander, Fabian [Favian], Fabrice, Falco, Faunus, Faust, Favian, Felix, Festus, Fidel, Fitzpatrick

Flavian, Florian, Fonso, Fortney, Francis [Paquito, ..], Fulgentius, Fulvio, Gaetano [Cajetan], Gaius [Kay], Galo, Garner, Gentile, Geraint, Germain [Jermaine], Gerontius, Gery, Giulio, Giustino, Gonzalo, Gratien

Gregory, Griffin, Gus, Hadrian [Adrian], Hamilcar, Harmony, Hilary [Ilario], Honore, Horace [Horatius, ..], Horatio, Horatius, Hugo, Ilario, Jamie, Janus, Jay, Jermaine [Germain], Jovan [Jove], Jove, Julian

Junior, Junius, Jupiter, Justin [Justus, ..], Justus, Juvenal, Kaiser, Kalvin, Kay, Klemens, Konstantin, Kornel, Krispin, Kristian, Lalo, Larch, Larry, Laud, Laurean, Laverne

Lawrence [Lorenzo, ..], Leo, Leomaris, Lexus, Liberio, Lionel, Lombard, Loren, Lorenzo, Lorimer, Lucan, Luce, Lucian, Lucretius, Magnus, Magus, Major [Mayer], Maks, Marcel [Marcellus], Marcellus

Marco, Marcus [Marco], Mariano, Marino, Mario, Marion [Mariano], Mark [Mario, ..], Martin, Maurice [Morris], Maximilian [Maximus, ..], Maximus [Maks], Mayer, Mercury, Mercator, Minor, Modesto, Montana, Morris, Nazaire, Nemo

Nevin, Noble, Octavio, Olindo, Oliver, Orel [Orel], Orson, Osten [Austin], Pablo, Paciano, Pacifico, Paco, Paddy, Pagan, Paine, Palomo, Paquito [Paco], Parnell, Pascal, Patrick [Paddy]

Paul [Pablo], Percy, Perdido, Peregrine, Pernell, Perry, Pio, Pompeo, Pons, Prince, Proctor, Prosper, Prudencio, Pryor, Quentin, Refugio, Reginald [Reynold], Regis, Remus, Rex

Reynold [Reginald], Rhett, Roman, Romeo, Romulus, Rosario, Rufino, Rufus, Sabino, Sage, Saint, Salvador, Salvio, Sancho, Satchel, Scorpio, Septimus, Sereno, Sergio, Servas

Severin, Sextus [Sixtus], Shelby, Sidonio, Silas [Silvanus], Silvanus, Silvester [Sylvester], Sixtus, Soren, Spark, Spiridon, Sylvester [Silvester], Tarquin, Taurus, Temple, Terence, Titus, Tony, Trent, Tsar

Turbo, Ulysses, Urban, Usher, Valentine, Valerian, Vester, Viator, Victor, Vidal, Vincent, Virgil, Virginius, Vito, Vivian

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