350+ Baby Boys Names Born on Easter (Meaning)

Easter is a festival celebrated on the 4th of July to commemorate the resurrection of Jesus after three days of his crucifixion.

Also named as the resurrection day, if you are looking for a name for your Easter born, make sure to check the list given below!

list of Baby Boys Names Born on Easter (Meaning)

Bunny

English origin; meaning a rabbit, named after the famous Easter bunny

Cruz

Spanish origin; meaning a cross

Octavian

Latin origin; meaning eight, named because of the Feast on the eighth day of Easter

Nicodemus

Hebrew origin; named after the person who helped to bury Jesus’s body

Kelby

Gaelic origin; meaning a place of fountains, spring-based

Bezai

Hebrew origin; named after the Biblical character who was a father to 323 children

Peter

English roots translate to stone, named after an Apostle

Aviv

Hebrew origin; translates to a new life

Easter

German origin; named after a spring Goddess and the Easter Sunday

Brook

English origin; meaning a small stream

Attwell

Anglo Saxon origin; meaning he who lives near the spring

James

Hebrew origin; named after one of Jesus’s renowned apostles

Pascal

French origin translates to Easter, named after the famous Louis Pascal

Birch

English origin; meaning a part of a tree, a Scandinavian tradition of Easter Sunday

Andrew

Hebrew origin; meaning very masculine, named after one of Jesus’s apostles

Hunter

English origin; translates to trace

Thomas

Aramaic origin; meaning identical looking babies, an apostle

Springer

German origin; named after the month of Easter, meaning belonging to Sprenger

Chester

English origin; meaning a fort

Magdalene

Hebrew origin; meaning belonging to the city of Magdala

Jesus

Latin origin; named after the Son of Mary and Joseph

Willow

English origin; a tradition of using palm leaves on the day of Easter 

Sunday

English origin; named after the seventh day of the week, the day of Resurrection

Matthew

Hebrew origin; meaning God’s gift

Simon

Hebrew origin; translates to heard by the Lord

Fred

English origin; short for the name Frederick

Matthias

Hebrew origin; named after an apostle

John

Hebrew origin; named after an apostle

Tamir

Hebrew origin; meaning the owner of numerous palm trees

Caldwell

English origin; meaning spring which is cold

Joseph

Hebrew origin; meaning to increase or expand, named after the Father of Jesus

Elijah

Hebrew origin; meaning the Lord

Ridge

English origin; meaning a part of a hill

Bartholomew

Aramaic origin; meaning son of a farmer

Anastasios

Greek origin; translates to born again or resurrect

Barbossa

Portuguese origin; meaning a place where palm trees are found

Arledge

English origin; meaning he who lives by the rabbit lake

Benjamin

Hebrew origin; meaning son of God

Breton

French origin; meaning she who is from Brittan

Domingo

Spanish origin; meaning he who was conceived on a Sunday

Hamal

Arabic origin; meaning a lamb

Bonnie

Scottish origin; means pretty or attractive

Walter

German origin; meaning power, or brightness 

Lennon

Irish origin; means lover

Edward

English origin; meaning a protector

Cordero

Spanish origin; translates to a little lamb

Harvey

French origin; meaning worthy of a battle

Osiris

Egyptian origin; meaning the one with good eyes

Jonathan

Hebrew origin; meaning a gift from God

Kwasi

Ghanan origin; meaning born on a Sunday

Oswald

English origin; meaning a power from heaven

Perhonen

Finnish origin; translates to a butterfly

Ozanne

Latin origin; named after the Palm Sunday

Renato

Italian origin; meaning to resurrect or born again

Salton

English origin; meaning an area surrounded by willows

Roger

German origin; meaning a renowned warrior

Tamir

Hebrew origin; meaning he who owns a number of palm trees

Urki

Basque origin; translates to a birch tree

Zabedee

Hebrew origin; meaning a present from the Almighty

Pascoe

Cornish origin; literally translates to the Easter Sunday

Palm

Latin origin; named after a place

Taiwo

Yoruba origin; meaning elder of the twins

Nathaniel

Hebrew origin; meaning the gift of the God

Charles

Germanic origin; a variation of the name Karl

Joen

Hebrew origin; meaning god’s gift

Forge

English origin; meaning a workshop or someone who loved in a workshop

Raynard

English origin; meaning an army or a counsel

Sylvester

Latin origin; meaning wild or made up of wood

Faith

English origin; meaning to believe very strongly about something

Edson

English origin; masculine version of the name Eda

Alex

Latin origin; short for Alexander

Drury

 English origin; meaning friendship or love

Zuko

Zulu origin; meaning he who is glorious

Tharon

Greek origin; meaning a hunter

Johnny

Hebrew origin; a variation of the name John

Eliott

Greek origin; a version of Elijah

Olufemi

Nigerian origin; meaning love me or God’s love

Adebayo

French origin; meaning the Novelty meets joy

Wole

Yoruban origin; meaning the one who has returned home

Sunny

Meaning like the sun or brilliant, English origin

Dominique

Latin origin; another version of Dominic

Cedric

English origin; meaning the chief of a battle field

Funsho

African origin; meaning to look after

Kayode

African origin; meaning the one who brings happiness

Gbenga

Yoruba origin; meaning to lift or to elevate

Ervin

English origin; named after the residents of the parish of Irving

Stellan

American origin; meaning a star or a satellite

Maxell

Scottish origin; meaning a spring or a stream

Dele

English origin; meaning a feel, return home in Yoruba

Soleil

French origin; meaning the Sun, pronounced so-ley

Bernard

Germanic origin; meaning very brave and hardy

Dawn

English origin; meaning the sunrise or break of the day

Cliff

English origin; meaning brave and bold

Ewan

Irish origin; meaning a young soldier

Niall

Mixed Irish Gaelic origin; meaning victorious or a champion

Harold

Old Norse origin; meaning a bold leader

Percival

French origin; meaning he who can pierce through a valley

Osborne

Hebrew origin; meaning the God’s soldier

Searle

Teutonic origin; meaning a warrior with arms

Carlos

Teutonic origin; meaning a man with freedom

Ivor

Norse origin; meaning an archer or a bowman

Boris

Russian origin; meaning glory in battle

Egan

Irish origin; meaning a small fire

Ash

English origin; meaning an ash tree

Brando

Italian origin; meaning a sword or a band of fire

Cassidy

Irish origin; meaning the one with a curly head

Koios

Greek origin; named after the god of intelligence

Hadley

English origin; meaning a field of hither

Jefferson

English origin; meaning the son of Jeffrey

Joan

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

Leopold

Germanic origin; meaning people who are brave

Peyton

English origin; meaning estate of a fighting man

Quinn

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

Primo

Italian origin; meaning the first

Theobald

German origin; meaning people of courage

Rupert

German origin; meaning fame or glory

Naim

Turkish origin; meaning serene or tranquil

Arvin

Germanic origin; meaning a friend of the people

Ansel

Germanic origin; meaning God, also spelled Anselm

Draven

American origin; meaning from the Raven

Isidro

Greek origin; meaning a gift from Isis

Abbott

Hebrew origin; meaning a father

Aldrich

Latin origin; meaning a witty counselor

Liam

German origin; short for William or Wilhelm

Ezekiel

Hebrew origin; meaning the strength of the God

Eundros

Greek origin; meaning a good man

Pavo

Latin origin; meaning tiny or small

Ian

Hebrew origin; version of John

Aleph

Hebrew origin; the first letter of Hebrew Alphabet

Baby Boys Names Born On Easter

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