58 Literary names that mean literary for boys, listing Literary baby names 1-20. Ariel, Ashley, Bruno, Byron, Clifford, Dorian and Duncan are popular names. Ahab, Antaeus, Aslan, Athos, Atticus, Barnabas, Bartlet, Beauregard, Cade, Colgate, Concord, Darcy and Ebenezer are uncommon names. View Literary baby names for name meanings, search Literary names for girls, or search other baby names.
Ahab ... Pleasant way to address an uncle. Literary ...
Antaeus ... Antaeus is also the name of a literary magazine. 
Ariel ... Also the scriptural name for a place in Sumeria. Literary ... 
Ashley ... who was a noted humanitarian who inspired much of the legislation designed to improve conditions among working classes. Literary ... 
Aslan ... From "arsaelan". Literary ...
Athos Literary: one of the Three Musketeers from Alexandre Dumas' famous novel.
Atticus ... He is sometimes considered the first "publisher" because he had slaves copy important contemporary works like the letters of Cicero. Literary ...
Barnabas ... The name is used from time to time among literary parents ... 
Bartlet ... Well known to literary types who rely on "Familiar Quotations" by John Bartlett ... 
Beauregard ... Literary: Mame marries a Southerner ... 
Bruno ... Saint Bruno (10th century) was the founder of the Carthusian order of monks. Literary ... 
Byron ... Lord Byron in the 1850s was a poet famous for his wildness and debauchery. Literary ... 
Cade ... which was originally a nickname. Literary ... 
Clifford ... Surname used as given name from the 17th century. Literary ... 
Colgate ... It was originally called Hamilton Literary and Theological Seminary ... 
Concord ... the capital city of New Hampshire and the small town northwest of Boston linked with the American Revolution and later home to a bevy of 19th-century literary figures.
Darcy ... Also a Norman place name, "from Arcy". Literary ... 
Dorian ... Place name: Doris is an area in Greece. Literary ... 
Duncan ... A royal name in early Scotland. Literary ... 
Ebenezer ... First used as a given name by the Puritans in the 17th century. Literary ... 
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