Greek Mythology Names
Greek Mythology names and what they mean, for greek mythology.
Achilles - ComusPage 1/4 of 63 Greek Mythology names.
Achilles 1 Root fr. Greek. Mythology: name of the hero of the Trojan War, celebrated in Homer's "Iliad", famous for his valor and manly beauty .. Not in Top 1000. [Achill, Achillea, Akillios, Aquil, Aquiles, .. 10 more]
Adonis▲ 2 Based on Greek. "Extremely good looking, handsome." Adonio, Adonisau and Auadonis are kreatif variations. Greek mythology: a youth beloved of Aphrodite, goddess of love .. .. [Addonia, Adon, Adones, Adonys, .. 1 more]
Aegeus 3 Origin fr. Greek element. "Protection." Not Top 1000 names. .. Greek mythology: King Aegeus was the father of Theseus, who killed the Cretan monster, the Minotaur .. .. [Aigeos, .. 1 more]
Aeneas 4 Derived fr. Greek, Latin elements. "To praise." Unique. Aeneas, var., like Aonghas, ends with the androgynous -as. From Aineias, from Greek ainein. Mythology .. .. [Aenneas, Aineis, Enea, Enne, .. 7 more]
Aeolus 5 Root fr. Greek word. "Variable, changeable." Not in popularity charts. Greek mythology: Aiolos was the god of the winds .. .. [Aeolos, Aiolos, .. 1 more]
Aeson 6 Derivative of Greek language. Greek mythology: the father of Jason .. .. Not in Top 1000. See also Anson.
Agamemnon 7 Derivative of Greek word. "Working slowly." Outside Top 1000. Greek mythology: a mighty warrior and hero who commanded the Greeks at the siege of Troy .. .. In the typical tragedy of [Agamemno, .. 1 more]
Ajax 8 Based on Greek. Greek mythology: the name of two heroes of the Trojan War as told by Homer's "Iliad" .. .. Not in Top 1000. [Aias]
Androcles 9 From Greek language. "Glorious man." Not Top 1000 names. Latin mythology: Androcles was a Christian and a mild mannered slave who once removed a thorn from a lion's paw .. [Androclus]
Antaeus 10 Source fr. Greek element. Greek mythology: son of the Earth and the Sea, a wrestler who was invincible while his feet touched the ground .. .. Unique, with the favored masculine -eus suffix for Antaeus, Anteus like Achilleus. [Antaios, Anteus, .. 1 more]
Apollo 11 Derivative of Greek word. "Destroyer." Ranked in Top 1000. Mythology: the Greek and Roman god of light, music, and poetry, who drives the sun across the sky in a carriage, and also rules over healing and prophecy, speaking through the famous oracle at Delphi .. .. The name comes from Appollyon [Apollon, .. 2 more]
Ares▲ 12 Root fr. Greek word. Greek mythology: Ares was the god of war, and one of the lovers of Aphrodite, goddess of beauty .. .. He was known as Mars in Roman mythology. Common as surname. Compare Ares (top 16%) and popular -res surname Eres (top 62%). See also Arik.
Argus 13 Root fr. Greek word. "Vigilant guardian." Unique, with the masculine -gus ending for Argus like Angus. Greek mythology: a creature with 100 eyes, who was later changed into a peacock with eyes on its tail feathers.. [Argos]
Arion 14 The name of a Greek poet and musician from about 700 BC .. Mythology: the name of the magic horse born to Poseidon and Demeter .. Popular as boys' names, Arien, Arion, etc. are similar to the common Arden. [Arian, .. 2 more]
Astraeus 15 Root fr. Greek language. Greek mythology: Astraeus was one of the Titans, the gigantic race that walked the earth before mankind .. .. Astraeus and Astraios are rare as boys' names. [Astraios]
Bacchus 16 Greek mythology: Bacchus is the Rare, with the androgynous -us suffix like Bartholomaus.
Cadmus 17 Based on Greek language. "From the east." Outside Top 1000. Greek mythology: Cadmus is the founder of the city of Thebes, who ultimately turned into a serpent .. .. [Cadmar, .. 5 more]
Caduceus 18 Derived fr. Greek language. Greek mythology: the caduceus was the insignia of Hermes (called Mercury by the Romans), a winged staff with two serpents twining up it .. .. Not in Top 1000.
Cetus 19 Derivative of Greek. "Large fish or sea monster." Unique, with the -tus ending like Cleytus. Mythology: the name of the sea monsters killed by Perseus and Heracles ..
Comus 20 Greek mythology: Comus was the Uncommon. Comus (cf. Claus) has the -us suffix.
Summary of Greek Mythology names (and variants) for boys.Achilles - Comus
Achilles [Aquil, Quilo, Aquiles, Aquilles, ..], Adonis▲ [Adon, Adones, Adonys, Adohnes], Aegeus [Aigeos, Aigeus], Aeneas [Enne, Enneas, Enneis, Enneiss, ..], Aeolus [Aeolos, Aiolos, Aiolus], Aeson, Agamemnon [Agamemno, Agamenon], Ajax [Aias], Androcles [Androclus], Antaeus [Anteo, Anteus, Antaios], Apollo [Apolo, Apollon, Apollos], Ares▲, Argus [Argos], Arion [Arian, Arien, Aryon], Astraeus [Astraios], Bacchus, Cadmus [Cadmos, Kadmos, Kadmus, Cadmuss, ..], Caduceus, Cetus, ComusCronus - Jupiter
Cronus [Cronan], Daedalus [Dedalus, Daldalos], Daphnis, Dardanos [Dard, Dardanio, Dardanus, Dardanios], Demetrius▼ [Dmitri, Dmitry, Dimitry, Dmitrios, ..], Dennis▼ [Diot, Dionisio, Dionysus, Dionysius, ..], Dionysius [Dioniso, Dionysos, Dionysus, Dionysios, ..], Endymion [Endimion], Epemetheus, Eros, Evander, Griffin▲ [Griffon, Gryffen, Gryffin, Gryphon, ..], Hercules [Ercule, Hercule, Herculie, Herakles, ..], Hermes [Ermes, Hermus, Hermite, Hermilo], Hippolyte [Ippolito, Hippolitos, Hyppolytos, Hippolytus], Icarus [Ikaros, Ikarus], Ion [Eion], Jason▲ [Jay, Jayce, Jaysen, Jayson, ..], Jovan▼ [Jovi, Jovin, Jovon, Jovito, ..], Jupiter [Juppiter]Ladon - Theseus
Ladon, Leander▼ [Leo, Liander, Liandro, Leiandros, ..], Linus [Lino, Linos], Marcus▲ [Marco, Marcas, Markos, Markus], Mentor, Mercury [Mercure, Mercuree, Mercurey], Minos, Neckarios [Nektario, Nectarios, Nectarius, Nektarius], Nereus [Nereo], Nick▼ [Niko, Nikos, Nixon, Nykko, ..], Olimpio [Olimpo, Olympio, Olympus, Olympios], Orestes [Oreste, Aresty, Aoresty], Orion▲ [Oryon], Orpheus [Orfeo, Orphie], Paris▼ [Parris], Perseus, Pluto, Poseidon, Proteus, TheseusTriton - Zephyr
Triton, Ulysses▼ [Ulises, Ulisse], Zephyr [Zephir, Zephiros, Zephirus, Zephyrus, ..]