49 New names that mean new for boys, listing New baby names 1-20. Andreas, Chauncey, Clinton, James, Lindsay and Mario are popular names. Athol, Bartlet, Boden, Brockhoist, Calvert, Cimarron, Concord, Constantine, Dabney, Darrien, Erie, Evangel, Fiorello and Harmony are uncommon names. View New baby names for name meanings, or search other baby names.
Andreas ... The original New Testament Greek form of Andrew ...
Athol ... "New Ireland." ... 
Bartlet ... a name with old-money New England connotations. 
Boden ... "Shelter; one who brings news." ... 
Brockhoist ... A family name in Old New York.
Calvert ... they were ousted by the new Protestant regime in England. 
Chauncey ... American coinage from a New England surname found in the Middle Ages ... 
Cimarron Place name: a city in western Kansas and a river that runs 650 miles across the Great Plains from New Mexico to Oklahoma ... 
Clinton ... An illustrious 18th-century governor of New York ... left his name on many New York City locations ... 
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.
Constantine ... in a bid to legitimize Russia as the new home of Orthodoxy ... 
Dabney ... linked with a 1649 immigrant to the New World named Cornelius d'Aubigney ... 
Darrien ... which later gave its name to one of New York City's posh suburbs ... 
Erie ... and a tribe of Native Americans who lived in western New York State and Ohio.
Evangel ... "Good news." ... 
Fiorello ... New York mayor Fiorello La Guardia.
Harmony ... New age name ... 
James ... Latin form of Greek Iakobos and New Testament Greek form of the Old Testament form Jacob (Hebrew Yaakov). Biblical ... 
Lindsay ... New York mayor John Lindsay. 
Mario ... New York governor Mario Cuomo ... 
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