58 Literary names that mean literary for boys, listing Literary baby names 41-58. Rory, Waldo and Wilbur are popular names. Porthos, Roark, Sawyer, Sherlock, Sinbad, Tarleton, Theobald, Uncas, Usher, Walden, Watson, Waverley, Wylie, Yorick and Zephyr are uncommon names. View Literary baby names for name meanings, or search other baby names.
Porthos Literary: one of the characters ...
Roark ... Also possibly from an Old English expression meaning "rock" that was given as a surname to people living close to a remarkable outcropping of stone. Literary ... 
Rory ... Also used as a nickname for Roderick. Literary ... 
Sawyer ... Occupational name. Literary ...
Sherlock ... Literary: made famous by Arthur Conan Doyle's fictional detective Sherlock Holmes. 
Sinbad Literary: name of the witty and ingenious merchant adventurer in the "Arabian Nights" who came home rich from his voyages. 
Tarleton ... Literary: the Tarleton twins were admirers of Scarlett O'Hara in Margaret Mitchell's "Gone With the Wind".
Theobald ... Literary: the variant Tybalt is the name of an important character in Shakespeare's "Romeo and Juliet". 
Uncas ... Literary: in James Fenimore Cooper's novel "The Last of the Mohicans" ...
Usher ... Also an anglicisation of an Irish place name Ussery or Ossory. Literary ... 
Walden ... such as Walter. Literary ... 
Waldo ... Also possibly a German place name meaning "forest meadow". Literary ... 
Watson ... Surname used as first name mainly in the 19th century. Literary ...
Waverley ... Place name. Literary ... 
Wilbur ... Surname of unknown meaning. Literary ... 
Wylie ... Literary agent Andrew Wylie. 
Yorick ... Related to George and Yuri. Literary ...
Zephyr ... Mythology name used in variants like Cefirino and the female form, Zephirine. Literary ... 
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