100+ Amazing Royal Baby Boy Names Depicting King

Picking a kingly name for your little one is bound to make him grow up into a fine leader.

And if you agree with us, we have got a list of the best names that relate to a King, curated just for you.

Royal Baby Boy Names Depicting King

Kenton

English origin, meaning the settlement of the King

Fredrick

German origin, meaning a peaceful king, nicknamed Fred

Harold 

Scandinavian origin, meaning the King of the army

Kingsley

English origin, meaning a meadow of the King

Arney

Dutch origin, meaning a ruler or strong as an eagle

Gerald

Mixed English, Irish origin, meaning a ruler with a spear

Fritz

German origin, meaning a peaceful ruler, short for Fredrick

King

English origin, meaning a monarch

Halcyon

Greek origin, meaning the king of the birds

Richard

German origin, meaning a very dominant ruler

Delroy

French origin, meaning the king’s servant

Kendrick

Mixed Scottish, English origin, meaning a royal ruler and a champion

Kingston

English origin, meaning a king’s town

Roald

Norwegian origin, meaning a famous king, popularized by Roald Dahl

Othniel

Hebrew origin, means the king of the lions

Khari

West African origin, meaning kingly or royal, pronounced Kah-Ree

Arrigo

Italian origin, meaning the ruler of an estate

Melchior

Polish origin, meaning a King’s city or the King of Light

Aldrich

English origin, meaning an old and wise king

Mael

French origin, means a chief or a King, spelt with an umlaut

Amir

Mixed Arabic, Hebrew origin, meaning the king or a treetop 

Edric

English origin, means a wealthy king

Rico

Nickname for Richard

Malik

Arabic origin, meaning a King or a wave

Ludlow

English origin, meaning the hill of the king

Rian

Irish origin, meaning a little king, also spelt Ryan

Derek

German roots, means the people’s ruler

Steven

Mixed English, Greek origin, meaning the crown

Roderick

German origin, meaning a famous king

Riordan

Irish origin, meaning a bard or the King’s Poet

Heinrich

German origin, meaning the home of the king

Theodoric

German origin, meaning a people’s ruler

Leroy

French origin, meaning the King

Ricardo

Mixed Portuguese, Spanish origin, meaning a dominant king

Ronald

Norse origin, meaning the King’s counselor

Eero

Finnish origin, meaning an eternal king

Ladomir

Russian origin, meaning a famous king

Scipio

Latin origin, meaning a walking stick or a staff, named after a famous Roman invader

Sigourney

French origin, meaning a king who is daring

Henry

German origin, the root word of Harry, popularized by King Henry

Ara

Armenian origin, meaning a king

Rey

Spanish origin, meaning a king

Osric

English origin, meaning a religious King

Ulric

English origin, meaning a powerful and wealthy ruler

Thierry

French origin, meaning a people’s king, popularized by the footballer Thierry Henry

Walter

German origin, meaning the ruler of the army, popularized by Sir Walter Raleigh

Wldemar

Mixed German, Scandinavian origin, meaning a renowned ruler

Czar

Balkan origin, meaning Caesar or Ruler

Cyril

Greek origin, means a lord or a king

Laszlo

Hungarian origin, meaning a glorious king

Darius

Mixed Persian, Greek origin, meaning Kingly or wealthy

Dietrich

German origin, meaning the ruler of the people, pronounced dee-trish

Darya

Russian origin, meaning kingly or the sea

Herrick

German origin, meaning the king of wars

Bardrick

Teutonic origin, means an axe ruler

Raegan

Irish origin, meaning a little king, popularized by Ronald Reagan

Avery

English origin, means the king of the elves

Eric

Norse origin, meaning an eternal king

Harry

German origin, meaning the king of an estate, popularized by Prince Harry

Kinsey

English origin, meaning the victory of the King

Leofric

English origin, meaning a beloved king

Oluwatobiloba

Yoruba origin, means God is the King

Pharaoh

Latin origin, meaning the ruler

Regis

French origin, meaning noble or kingly

Rex

Latin origin, meaning a king

Rory

Scottish origin, meaning a red king, popularized by Mick Rory

Charles

German origin, named after King Charles

Sultan

Swahili origin, meaning a King

Theoden

Meaning a king, The famous King of Rohan in The Lord of The Rings series

Torvald

Norse origin, meaning Thor’s ruler, the God of Thunder

Zolten

A form of the name Zoltan, meaning a king or ruler

Conri

Irish Gaelic origin, means the King of Wolves

Conrad

German origin, meaning a bold king

Longwang

Chinese origin, meaning a dragon or a King

Nazzareno

Hebrew origin, meaning the King of Jews

Roy

Scottish roots, means a King

Shahrokh

Persian origin, meaning a royal face or the royal ruler

Yijun

Chinese origin, meaning a joyful king

Sargon

Hebrew origin, meaning the true king

Khan

Mongolian for King

Emyr

Welsh origin, meaning the lord or king

Kaiser

German origin, means Caesar or King

Basil

English origin, meaning a king, named after St. Basil

Melech

Hebrew origin, meaning a King in the Bible

Jun

Mixed Korean, Chinese origin, meaning a handsome king

Regulus

Roman origin, meaning a king, a star in the constellation Leo

Tafari

East African origin, meaning he who inspires or king

Minos

Named after the King of Crete, son of zeus and Europa

Kagan

Turkish origin, meaning king, derived from Khan

Chibueze

West African origin, meaning God is the King

Lugalbanda

Sumerian for King and wild,free

Melqart

Semitic origin, meaning the king of the city

Rhodri

Welsh origin, meaning the King of Wheels

Vercingetorix

Celtic origin, meaning king og the warriors

Arthur

Mixed origin, named after the famous King Arthur 

Gwertheyrn

Celtic origin, meaning the ultimate king

Adelio

Mixed Spanish, German origin, meaning father of a Prince or a King

Baron

African origin, meaning a King

Caesar

Named after the Famous King Julius Caesar

Gentian

Latin origin, named after the Illyrian King, which today is Croatia

Idris

Mixed Greek, Arabic roots, means just like a king, popularized by Idris Elba

Solomon

Hebrew origin, meaning peace, named after the King of Israel

Brennus

Celtic origin, meaning a king or a raven

Kian

Persian origin, meaning foundation or a king

Viceroy

English origin, meaning the representative of the King

Cadeyrn

Welsh origin, meaning the king of the battle

Kgosi

Tswana origin, meaning a king or the chief

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