250+ Distinctive Aries Baby Boy Names (Meaning) -pinterest

The Zodiac Aries is a Fire-based zodiac with a ram as its symbol. Generally known for being very passionate and motivated and above all worthy of a mighty name. If you wish to choose a name for your little leader that corresponds to his traits, jump right into the list given below.

list of Aries Baby Boy Names

 Fergus

Gaelic origin translates to a vigorous man

Bernard

Germanic origin, meaning a brave man or a bear

Wyatt

English origin, meaning brave and strong

Helios

A Titan God, known for towing the Sun every day

Cliff

English origin, meaning brave and bold

Adam

Hebrew origin, the first man according to the Bible

Marcus

Latin origin, meaning from the Mars

Riley

Mixed Irish Gaelic origin, meaning full of courage

Ewan

Irish origin, meaning a young soldier

Thaddeus

Greek origin, meaning bold

Chase

English origin, meaning a hunter who is fearless

Arden

Latin origin, meaning a giant ball of fire

Alasdair

Scottish origin, meaning a powerful leader

Niall

Mixed Irish Gaelic origin, meaning victorious or a champion

Griffin

Welsh origin, meaning a very powerful Lord

Sigmund

Meaning a protector or a champion, A Teutonic name

Alastair

Scottish origin, meaning a worthy leader

Conrad

Teutonic origin, meaning a wise counselor

Harold

Old Norse origin, meaning a bold leader

Victor

Latin origin translates to victorious in War

Morpheus

Greek origin, The Greek God of Sleep and Dreams

Radcliffe

English origin, meaning from a cliff which is red

Manley

English origin, a version of Marley, meaning Masculine

Egbert

English origin, meaning like a sword or very intelligent, sharp

Walter

Teutonic origin, meaning the chief or an army leader

Percival

French origin, meaning he who can pierce through a valley

Harvey

Breton origin, meaning ready for a battle or war

Casey

Irish origin, meaning dauntless or bold

Pollux

Greek origin, One half of Dioscuri along with Castor

Osborne

Hebrew origin, meaning God’s soldier

Alexander

Greek origin, meaning he who defends men

Harold

Scandinavian origin, meaning the King of the army

Dustin

Norse origin, meaning a warrior, named after the stone of Thor

Xavier

Arabic origin, meaning glowing or very bright

Othniel

Hebrew origin, means the king of the lions

Searle

Teutonic origin, meaning a warrior with arms

Neil

Irish origin, meaning a champion of the people

Everard

English origin, meaning brave like a bear

Vincent

Latin origin; translates to victorious in war or battle

Ignatius

Latin origin, meaning fire like

Marlon

Latin origin, a soldier from Mars

Carlos

Teutonic origin, meaning a man with freedom

Thanatos

Greek origin, Translates to death, God of deaths

Brendan

Irish origin, meaning an armed warrior

Cadmus

Greek origin, meaning he who is from the East

Winton

Teutonic origin, meaning a sturdy helmet or a brave defender

Rogan

Mixed Scottish Gaelic origin, meaning the one with red hair

Ivor

Norse origin, meaning an archer or a bowman

Edric

English origin, means a wealthy king

Caesar

Latin origin, meaning a leader who is focused, named after the Great Julius Caesar

Boris

Russian origin, meaning glory in battle

Ladomir

Russian origin, meaning a famous king

Gerard

Mixed English French origin, meaning a soldier, popularized by Gerrard Butler

Archibald

German origin, meaning brave

Alec

Greek origin, meaning mankind’s defender or naturally helpful

Luther

French origin, meaning an illustrious soldier

Russell

French origin, meaning the one with Red hair

Rowan

Mixed Irish Gaelic origin, meaning the little one with a redhead

Egan

Irish origin, meaning a small fire

Rufus

Latin origin, meaning having red hair

Donald

Mixed Scottish Gaelic origin, meaning one in the mighty world

Cadman

Celtic origin, meaning a man in a battle

Barry

Irish origin, meaning as strong as a spear

Hector

Greek origin, a famous hero of the Trojan War, meaning ‘holding fast’

Ash

English origin, meaning an ash tree

Thurston

English origin, translates to a stone of Thor, the God of Thunder

Cadoc

Welsh origin, meaning glory in the battle

Aries

Latin origin, meaning a ram, named after the Roman God of War

Cerphalus

Greek origin, Meaning red, or devoted

Asier

Basque origin, meaning a beginning, pronounced aa-see-yer

Brando

Italian origin, meaning a sword or a band of fire

Cesar

Latin origin, meaning a head full of hair, Spanish counter part of Caesar

Topanga

Native American origin, named after a canyon in Southern California

 Cole

English origin, meaning black like coal or swarthy

Callahan

Irish origin, meaning the one with a glowing head

Chance

Latin origin, meaning a chancellor or counselor, also spelled Chauncey

Cassidy

Irish origin, meaning the one with a curly head

Clover

Fallon

Irish origin, meaning a fierce leader

Elton

English origin, translates to from an old town, popularized by the Great Elton John

Erebos

Meaning sunset or evening

Koios

Greek origin, named after the god of intelligence

Fox

Named after the animal Fox, also a family surname

Fintan

Irish origin, meaning like a white bull or white fire

Gulliver

Irish origin, meaning a glutton, famous for Gulliver’s travels

Hadley

English origin, meaning a field of hither

Genesis

English origin, comes from the word Genos

Heath

English origin, meaning he who resides in the heathland, famous for Heath Ledger

Guy

French roots translate to a leader or a guide

Jasper

Persian origin, meaning he who brings in the treasure

Jefferson

English origin, meaning the son of Jeffrey

Kaiser

German origin, meaning an emperor, from Bulgaria

Issey

Japanese origin, meaning the eldest or born first

Jubal

Latin origin, meaning the horn of a ram

Ichiro

Japanese origin, meaning the firstborn, pronounced ee-kee-ro

Joan

Hebrew origin, meaning the grace of God, a version of John

Wldemar

Mixed German, Scandinavian origin, meaning a renowned ruler

Irwin

English origin, meaning son of Irvin, or a boar-like friend

Llewellyn

Welsh origin, meaning the image of a leader, also spelled llywelyn

Kennedy

Irish origin, meaning ahead or a mishap, famous for U.S Presidents

Myles

Meaning mill, the king of Laconia

Leopold

Germanic origin, meaning people who are brave

Kazuo

Japanese origin, meaning a harmonious man or born first

Journey

French roots, meaning a measurement of land

Lou

Mixed German French origin, meaning a famous warrior

Mars

French origin, named after the Roman God of War

Peridot

 Arabic origin; means “a green gemstone”

Peyton

English origin, meaning estate of a fighting man

Nova

Latin origin, meaning something that is new

Phoenix

Greek origin, meaning a dark shade of red, a place in Arizona

Mies

Dutch origin, meaning the son of the Earth, short for Bartholomeus

Odion

African origin, meaning elder of the twins, pronounced 0-de-ohn

Mulligan

Irish origin, meaning a descendent of people with no hair

Quinn

Irish origin, meaning from the family of Conn, or the supreme leader

Ariston

Greek origin, meaning ‘the best’

Raphael

Hebrew origin, meaning healed by God

Rogan

Irish origin, meaning the one with a redhead

Primo

Italian origin, meaning the first

Richard

German origin, meaning a ruler who is dominant

Porter

Latin origin, an occupational name, meaning a gatekeeper

Ramses

Egyptian origin, meaning the son of God

Warrick

English origin, meaning a strong defender who leads

Tennessee

Native American origin, named after a place

Wendell

Germanic origin, meaning to travel or he who proceeds

Theobald

German origin, meaning people of courage

Atlas

Greek origin, meaning support, a mythological character

Dorado

Spanish origin, meaning golden or the one with golden hair

Philibert

French origin; means “very brilliant”

Ikaros

Greek origin, meaning space or volume

Dylan

Welsh origin, meaning son of the sea or wave or ocean born

Parthenios

Greek origin, named after a river God

Rupert

German origin, meaning fame or glory

Arjay

Pilipino origin, meaning whole or powerful

Achillies

Greek origin translates to pain, the Greek war hero

Roger

 French origin meaning fame, renowned

 Aloysius

Latin origin, a version of the name Louise

Onyx

Latin origin; means “fingernail or claw”

Naim

Turkish origin, meaning serene or tranquil

Sawyer

English origin, an occupational name for someone who chops wood

Erik

Norse origin, meaning the ruler for eternity, also spelled Eric, Eirik

Anthony

Roman origin, a family surname, nicknamed Anton or Tony

Arvin

Germanic origin, meaning a friend of the people

Minos

Greek origin, named after the King of Crete, son of Zeus and Europa

Kostya

Slavic origin, meaning a constant or present throughout

Osiris

Egyptian origin, taken from Usiris, the Egyptian God

Dallas

Mixed Scottish English origin, meaning a he who dwells in a meadow

Ansel

Germanic origin, meaning God, also spelled Anselm

Atticus

Roman origin, meaning he who belongs from Attica, Athens

Allan

Scottish origin, meaning fair or good looking,

Midas

Greek origin, named after a famous king who turned to gold, anything that he touched

Adrian

Latin origin, meaning sea or water, short for Hadrianus

Draven

American origin, meaning from the Raven

Ike

Short for Isaac or Eisenhower

Dagan

Hebrew origin, meaning the month of harvesting corn

Hyperion

Greek origin, meaning the one who is the highest, also a titan

Arcturus

Greek origin, meaning a guardian or a bear

Iapetus

Greek origin, named after a Titan, son of Uranus

Jaehaerys

Valyrian origin, meaning like a God

Reigh

English origin, meaning a wise protector

 Isidro

Greek origin, meaning a gift from Isis

Eridanus

Greek origin, named after the constellation Eridanus

Geode

Latin origin, meaning like earth or soil-like

Axel

Mixed origin, short for Alexander

Julius

Greek origin, meaning a downy beard, most famous for Julius Caesar

Hephaestos

Greek origin, named after the God of Fire,

Nathaniel

Hebrew origin, meaning God’s gifts

Aadne

Latin origin, meaning as sharp as an Eagle

Abbott

Hebrew origin, meaning father

Aaronn

Hebrew origin, meaning a mountain or being enlightened

Abe

Latin origin, meaning all father

Denali

Native American Origin translates to ‘the great one’

Abelard

Scottish origin, meaning he who is determined or stubborn

Abner

Hebrew origin, meaning the father of light

Ackerley

English origin, meaning a meadow filled with oak trees

Abrahem

Arabic origin, meaning the leader of a great nation

Adriel

Hebrew origin, meaning a number of Gods or a master

Aldrich

Latin origin, meaning a witty counselor

Alfred

French origin, meaning a college of elves

Alijah

Hebrew origin, meaning the son of god, a version of Elijah

Andy

English origin, meaning like a man or very manly

Angello

Hebrew origin, meaning God’s messenger

Malanthios

Greek origin, meaning a black flower

Asgard

Norse origin, named after the city of Norse Gods

Julio

Spanish origin; means Julius

Leo

German origin, meaning people who are brave

Perseus

Greek origin, Danae and Zeus’ son

Demetrio

Greek origin, another version of Demetrius

Ophiuchus

Greek origin, named after a constellation, meaning he who bears a snake

Huxley

Mixed Irish Welsh origin. Means ‘an inhospitable place’

Rommel

Mixed German Dutch origin, meaning creating noise or disturbance

Cherokee

Derived from the name of a Native American Tribe

 Liam

German origin, short for William or Wilhelm

Enyam

The Irish word for ‘fire’ and anciently written as Eithne after the famous St, St. Eithne

Ranger

English origin, meaning the protector of the forest

Tanwen

Welsh roots; translates to ‘holy fire’.

Cohen

Jewish origin, a family surname

Otto

German origin means ‘wealthy’

Ezekiel

Hebrew origin, meaning the strength of God

Rube

English origin, short for the name Reuben

Triton

Greek origin, named after the God of the Sea

Soleil

French origin; translates to ‘sun’.

Mordechai

Hebrew origin, meaning a soldier or a warrior

Aramand

French origin, meaning a man of the army

Loch

 A Scottish Gaelic word for ‘lake’, pronounced as lau-k.

Badger

Old English origin, meaning a licensed beggar

Eundros

Greek origin, meaning a good man

Tobias

Hebrew origin, meaning goodness of the God

Tudor

English origin, a family surname, also spelled Tewdr

Cobalt

German origin, meaning he who creates trouble or a goblin

Scorpius

Latin origin; translates to a scorpion

Cetus

Greek origin, named after the sea monster from Andromeda

Pavo

Latin origin, meaning tiny or small

Riordan

Irish origin, meaning court poet or the King’s poet

Shiki

English origin, means a king

Polaris

Latin origin, named after the pole star

Joshua

Hebrew origin, another version of Jesus

Ian

Hebrew origin, version of John

Miles

Latin origin, meaning a soldier

Bill

German origin, short for William or Billiard

Elon

Jewish origin, meaning an oak tree

Aleph

Hebrew origin, the first letter of Hebrew Alphabet

Iain

Scottish origin, meaning gracious

Harry

English origin, a form of Henry

Efron

A version of the name Ephron, the bird in the Bible.

Gorman      

 Mixed origin, a family surname

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