Baby Names, Baby Name Meanings

Monster Names

4 Monster names that mean monster for boys, listing Monster baby names 1-4. Elmo and Grover are popular names. Aegeus and Perseus are uncommon names. View Monster baby names below for name meanings or search Monster names for girls.


Aegeus ... who killed the Cretan monster, the Minotaur ... [2]

Elmo ... Also the name of a furry red toddler-monster on the TV series "Sesame Street". [1]

Grover ... lovable little monster in "Sesame Street".

Perseus ... He killed the Medusa and rescued Andromeda from a sea monster ...

Related words: minotaur, awesome, beast, devil, dog, dragon, epic, giant, hood, huge, large, mighty, mountainous, revolutionary, tiger, vast, witch, wolf. Partial list of 16 results related to monster below. Click on above related words for more results.


Argus ... [1]

Bram ... Author of "Dracula" Bram Stoker. [3]

Perseus ... He killed the Medusa and rescued Andromeda from a sea monster ...

Aegeus ... who killed the Cretan monster, the Minotaur ... [2]

Monty ... Given slightly ridiculous connotations by Monty Hall and British comedy troupe Monty Python.

Galileo ... who built the first astronomical telescope and confirmed Copernicus' theory that the planets revolve around the sun.

Anscom ... "Valley of the awesome one." ... [3]

Satchel ... "Sack, small bag." ... [1]

Garron ... and generally refers to an undersized and much-despised beast ... [9]

Bogart ... [Bogey] [6]

Brutus ... The name is only seldom used due to its association with the word "brute". [1]

Anthony ... Saint Anthony (third century) was an Egyptian hermit monk who founded the first Christian monastic order and is traditionally renowned for his resistance to the devil ... [32]

Barney ... Modern use likely refers to the famous large purple dinosaur. [2]

Bassett ... Also the name of a short-legged hunting dog ... [1]

Belindo ... though Belinda may be traced back to an Old German word meaning "dragon". [1]

Drake ... Originally Drake designated the man who kept the inn with the dragon trademark ... English explorer Sir Francis Drake. [4]

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