14 1960s names that mean 1960s for boys, listing 1960s baby names 1-14. Buster, Corey, Drew, Dudley, Jared, Jeremy, Shane, Sterling and Troy are popular names. Caspar, Gomer, Lorne, Pascal and Pernell are uncommon names. View 1960s baby names for name meanings, search 1960s names for girls, or search other baby names.
Buster ... and the brand of a shoe with a well-known advertising jingle in the early 1960s ...
Caspar ... A 1960s TV series featured Casper the Friendly Ghost. 
Corey ... The name became popular in the 1960s due to the character Corey Baker on the television series "Julia" ... 
Drew ... Used as an independent name since the 1960s ... 
Dudley ... The absurd Canadian Mountie Dudley Doright was a staple character in the 1960s "Rocky and Bullwinkle Show" ...
Gomer ... Biblical name. Made known as the goofy marine in the 1960s TV series "Gomer Pyle".
Jared ... The modern popularity of Jared initially was perhaps due to the character Jarrod on the 1960s TV Western "Big Valley". 
Jeremy ... Modern use may have been inspired by a character named Jeremy on the 1960s TV series "Here Come the Brides" ... 
Lorne ... Familiar since the 1960s due to actor Lorne Greene ... 
Pascal ... Used as a given name in English-speaking countries only since the 1960s ... 
Pernell ... Made familiar in the 1960s by actor Pernell Roberts ...
Shane ... Popular in the 1950s and 1960s due to the film "Shane" ... 
Sterling ... Familiar as a given name in the 1950s-1960s due to actor Sterling Hayden ... 
Troy ... Actor Troy Donahue made the name popular in the 1960s and 1970s ...