42 Writer names that mean writer for boys, listing Writer baby names 1-20. Alexander, Alphonse, Ambrose, Arthur, Brett, Burton, Cleveland, Dana, Daniel and Eric are popular names. Aiken, Aldous, Amory, Ardian, Auberon, Bede, Cyrano, Dinesh, Dunn and Garrison are uncommon names. View Writer baby names for name meanings, search Writer names for girls, or search other baby names.
Aiken ... English writer Conrad Aiken. 
Aldous ... Made famous by writer Aldous Huxley. 
Alexander ... Soviet writer and dissident Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn ... writer Alexandre Dumas. 
Alphonse ... French writer Alphonse Daudet. 
Ambrose ... Writer Ambrose Bierce ... 
Amory ... Writer Cleveland Amory. 
Ardian ... Writer Ardian Lee.
Arthur ... writer Arthur C. Clarke ... 
Auberon ... English writer Auberon Waugh. 
Bede ... He is also supposedly the first documented writer of English (as opposed to Latin) prose ... 
Brett ... American writer Bret Harte ... 
Burton ... The exploits of African explorer and writer Sir Richard Burton may have influenced its use ... 
Cleveland ... Writer Cleveland Amory. 
Cyrano ... Cyrano de Bergerac was a 17th-century soldier and science fiction writer ... 
Dana ... In 1840 Boston writer Richard Henry Dana, Jr ... 
Daniel ... Biblical: the prophet and writer of the book of Daniel was a teenager when he was taken to Babylon after the destruction of Jerusalem in 607 BC ... 
Dinesh ... Writer Dinesh D'Souza.
Dunn ... Writers Dominick and John Gregory Dunne. 
Eric ... The name was not widely used among English-speaking people until 19th-century British fiction writers Frederic Farrar (in "Eric", or "Little by Little") and H ... 
Garrison ... Humorist, writer, and radio personality Garrison Keillor ... 
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