100+ Outstanding Boys Names Born on Wednesday (Meaning)

Wednesday, with mercury as its ruling body, marks the middle of a week and is said to be the hardest to get through and if you wish to help your Wednesday Born to cruise through, choosing a suitable name for him, might be the best way to go. We have a few options listed just for you.

list of Boys Names Born on Wednesday

Odin

The supreme God or all-father of Norse mythology

Abeeku

African Akan origin, meaning born on a Wednesday

Steven

English origin, meaning crown or noble

John

Hebrew origin, meaning God is gracious

Malachi

Hebrew origin, meaning messenger of the God, nicknamed Kai

Albino

Latin origin, meaning downy or youthful

Kweku

A version of Kwaku translated to born on the third day of the week

Gage

English origin, meaning a measuring tool

Fenmore

English origin, translates to dearest love

Nox

Latin origin, meaning the time of the night

Kwaku

Ghanan origin, meaning born on a Wednesday

Hudson

English origin, meaning the son of Hud

Carson

English origin, meaning son of Carr or Christian

Thabit

Arabic origin, meaning one who cannot be perturbed

Neremiah

Hebrew origin, meaning comforted by God

Brody

Scottish origin, named after a castle, meaning castle

Aristotle

Greek origin; means the best, named after the Great Philosopher

Fester

German origin, meaning from the woods or forest

Conley

Irish origin, meaning great leader, chief

Pablo

Spanish origin, a version of Paul, meaning humble or small

Gasper

Persian origin, meaning a treasurer, also spelled Kasper, Kacper

Hendrix

Dutch origin, meaning the son of Hendrik

Zack

Hebrew origin, short for Zechariah, also spelled Zak, Zakk, Zach

Borealis

Portuguese origin, meaning gift from God

Dredd

Hebrew origin, meaning man of truth

Oaklee

English origin, meaning from the field of Oak Trees

Narmer

Egyptian origin, meaning pain or harsh

Vladilen

Slavic origin, meaning the who loves peace or regal

Johnson

Mixed English Scottish origin, meaning the son of John

Lazarus

Hebrew origin, meaning helper, popularized by the legend of Lazarus Pit

Macauley

Scottish origin, meaning the son of a battle leader

Kiel

Hawaiian origin, meaning from the valley of the lilies, also spelled Kyle or Keel

Stewie

English origin, meaning a warden or an all-seeing guardian.

Pubert

English origin, meaning very ambitious or decisive

Parry

Welsh origin, meaning the son of Harry, or nickname for Harry

Deklan

Irish roots; meaning- filled with goodness, also spelled Declan

Lurch

French origin, meaning an archer or a bowman

Chisisi

Egyptian roots, meaning a secret or mystery

Kingsly

Norman origin, meaning forest of the king, also spelled Kingsley

Werner

Germanic origin, meaning the warrior who defends

Pugsley

English origin, meaning a lost or forgotten village

Auren

American origin, meaning a laurel or heard

Fill

English origin, short for Phillip

Newt

English origin, meaning a tiny salamander

Mortimer

French origin, meaning a deceased pond, a family name

Amenhotep

Egyptian origin, meaning satisfaction or peace, name of the Pharaoh

Charles

Germanic origin, meaning an army or a free man, a form of Karl

Wendel

Mixed Dutch German origin, meaning to go or to return

Keyshawn

American origin, meaning the grace of a God

Axel

Mixed European origin, a form of the name Absalom

 Sage

English roots, meaning a prophet or a herb, also spelled Saige or Sayge

Cargan

Irish origin, meaning a small rock

Darryl

English origin, a version of Darell, also spelled Darrel or Darell

Camden

English origin, meaning from the valley of the camps

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