20 Work names that mean work for boys, listing Work baby names 1-20. Boris, Brant, Francis, Homer, Martin, Mason, Oscar and Timothy are popular names. Aimery, Almarine, Amal, Aneirin, Atticus, Bede, Brazier, Chappel, Ebisu, Fabrice, Farrar and Webster are uncommon names. View Work baby names for name meanings, search Work names for girls, or search other baby names.
Aimery ... "King of work." ... 
Almarine ... "Work ruler." ... 
Amal ... "Labor, hard work; pure; hope." ... 
Aneirin ... The "Book of Aneirin" is a 13th-century manuscript about his work ... a long work about the defeat of the Welsh by the Saxons ... 
Atticus ... He is sometimes considered the first "publisher" because he had slaves copy important contemporary works like the letters of Cicero. Literary ...
Bede ... though his English works have been lost. 
Boris ... Russian playwright Pushkin and composer Mussorgsky both based works on the career of the 16th-century czar Boris Godunov ... 
Brant ... He was also a devout scholar who translated Christian religious works into his native tongue ... 
Brazier ... "Works with brass." ... 
Chappel ... "One who works at the chapel." ... 
Ebisu ... the god of hard work and good luck.
Fabrice ... "Works with the hands." 
Farrar ... for someone who works with iron, "fer" ... 
Francis ... Saint Francis of Assisi (12th century) is remembered as the gentle giant who delighted in God's works as revealed by nature ... 
Homer ... Two of the greatest works of Greek epic poetry ... 
Martin ... is patron of work for interracial justice and harmony ... 
Mason ... "One who works with stone." ...
Oscar ... an admirer of those works ... 
Timothy ... 19th-century novelist Charles Dickens gave the name an lasting association in his beloved work "A Christmas Carol" ... 
Webster ... The -ster ending on English occupational surnames like Webster and Brewster shows that the work was originally a female occupation ... 
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