155+ Super Cute Cancer Baby Boy Names (Meaning)

Babies with the water sign, cancer is usually marked with traits like compassion and sensibility. However, they can be equally goofy and witty at times. To ensure that your June-July born baby continues to be loved, the first step is to choose a name that keeps him happy at all cost, and if that’s the plan, head straight to the list below.

list of Cute Cancer Baby Boy Names (Meaning)

Kasper

Persian origin; meaning he who brings treasure; a version of the name Jasper

Loch

Mixed Scottish; Gaelic origin; meaning a small lake

Moon

Latin origin; initially used to measure months

Luan

Mixed Portuguese Latin origin; meaning the moon; masculine version of the name Lua

Kai

Hawaiian origin; meaning the sea; a water-based name for both boys and girls

Rayan

Arabic origin; meaning wealthy land with enough water supply

Solstice

English origin; meaning the stagnation of the Sun on a particular day

Mahrukh

African origin; meaning moonlight

Qamar

Arabic origin; meaning a moon; pronounced keh-mer

Quade

Latin origin; meaning the child who is fourth born

Ren

Japanese origin; meaning the flower lotus or a water lily

Spencer

English origin; meaning a helper of the household or one who manages provisions

Walden

English origin; he who is from the valley in Wales

Sylvester

Latin origin; meaning the forest or the woods

Marlon

English roots; a version of Marc or Marion

Thoreau

French origin; a family name

Dover

English origin; named after a place by the English

Harrison

English origin; meaning the offspring of Harry

Todd

English origin; meaning Fox

Ellison

English origin; meaning the heir of Ellis

Melan

Irish origin; meaning pleasant or peaceful

Badar

Arabic origin; meaning the night of the complete moon

Apollo

Greek origin; named after the Sun God; also the God of medicine and arts

Shiver

French roots; meaning a goat; a family name

Bowen

Welsh origin; meaning the heir of Owen

Beckett

Irish origin; meaning a beehive or a small stream

Zane

Arabic origin; meaning fair or beauty

Calder

English origin; meaning water from the rocks

Brook

English origin; meaning a small stream

Carlow

Irish origin; named after a place; a family name

Jericho

Hebrew origin; named after a place in the Bible

Ledger

English roots; meaning the spear tribe

Julius

Latin origin; meaning in the prime of youth

June

Latin origin; meaning he who is born in the month of June; short for Junius

Osagie

Nigerian origin; meaning sent by God; also spelled Osaghae

Julian

Latin origin meaning one with the downy beard or youthful

Juniper

English origin; meaning not very old

Ocean

Various origins; named after the water body

Mandela

African origin; a family name; most well-known for the Great Nelson Mandela

Samson

Hebrew origin; the meaning of the sun

Sebastian

Greek origin; meaning he who is from the city of Sebastia

Hannibal

Greek origin; translated to Baal is gracious

River

English origin; a natural name

Silver

English origin; named after the shining metal

Lionel

English origin; meaning a lion

Neil

Gaelic origin; meaning champion

Stephano

Greek origin; meaning crown

Hurley

Gaelic origin; meaning the tide of the sea

Murray

Mixed Scottish Gaelic origin; meaning he who is from the land of the sea

Day

English origin; meaning a new day or short for David

Emmanuel

Hebrew origin; denoting God is here with us

Marland

English origin; meaning belonging to the land filled with lakes

Henry

Teutonic origin; meaning a ruler of the home

Arledge

English origin; meaning a dweller of the lake

Cleveland

Translates to hilly land or from the cliff; English origin.

Hamlyn

Teutonic origin; meaning he who loves his home

Boniface

Latin roots; meaning lucky or good fate

Efron

Hebrew origin; named after a bird in Bible

Dylan

Welsh origin; meaning one who is close to the ocean

Touko

Finnish origin; meaning to sow

Kojo

Mixed African Akan origin; a form of Kwadwo

Lennox

Scottish origin; comes from Levenach

Ford

English origin; associated with the Ford motor company

Kelvin

Scottish origin; meaning he who lives by the lake

Sam

Hebrew origin; short for Samuel

Fintan

Irish origin; named after St Fintan

Forever

American origin; meaning something that is unending

Elio

Spanish Italian origin; meaning sunny or spirited

Ivan

Slavic origin; John’s version

Hume

English origin; meaning someone who loves his homeland

Delmar

Latin origin; meaning sea living

Edward

English origin; meaning a protector

Lomax

English origin; returning to the crowd

Rafferty

Irish origin; meaning prosperity or wealth

Haarith

Arabic origin; meaning a farmer or a helper

Alban

Latin origin; meaning he who has fair skin

Zeno

Greek origin; named after two ancient Philosophers

Eamon

English origin; meaning a lively or smiling protector

Hamza

Arabic origin; named after the uncle of Prophet Muhammad; meaning a lion

Hartley

English origin; meaning he who lives in the land of the horses

Denali

Native American Origin; meaning the great one;

Dominic

Latin origin; short for Dominicus; meaning belonging to the Lord

Kenn

Mixed Celtic Welsh origin; meaning fair or shining

Soloman

Hebrew origin; meaning peace and harmony

Lamar

Teutonic origin; meaning belonging to the sea

Morven

Gaelic origin; meaning a man of the sea

Shawnee

Native American origin; named after an Eastern tribe that migrated westward

Tadeo

Spanish origin; meaning to praise

Moray

Gaelic origin; meaning a large water body

Jeffrey

German origin; a form of the name Geoffrey

Declan

Irish origin; meaning someone who prefers praying

Macavity

English origin; a version of Godfrey

Patrick

Latin origin; meaning a King or a Nobleman

Seward

English origin; meaning the defender of the sea coast

Calvin

Latin origin; meaning bald or without hair

Woody

English origin; meaning from the forest; short for Woodrow

Jong

Mixed German Dutch origin; meaning the young; also spelled Jeong

Murdoch

Scottish origin; meaning a sailor or man of the sea

Francis

Latin origin; meaning a free man

Chayse

Mixed English French origin; meaning a huntsman

Merlin

Welsh origin; meaning belonging to the hill beside the sea

Orlando

Teutonic origin; meaning the dignity of the land

Godwin

English origin; meaning a good friend

Seaton

English origin; meaning a resident of the sea or the land by the sea

Nelson

Irish origin; a version of Niall; meaning son of Niall

Marshall

French origin; an occupational name; the one who looks after the horses

Woodward

English origin; meaning the protector of the woods

Otto

German origin; meaning wealthy; short for Othello

Whitman

English origin; translates to a fair man

Royston

English origin; meaning a colony of Royce

Murphy

Mixed Irish Gaelic origin; meaning a soldier of the sea

Maverick

American origin; meaning independent or vagabond

Cyprian

Greek origin; meaning he who is from Cypress

Michael

Hebrew origin; meaning a divine messenger of the sea

Woodrow

English origin; meaning the road or pathway in the forest

Moses

Egyptian origin; meaning to draw out the water

Marston

English origin; meaning an area near the marsh

Topanga

American origin; named after a canyon in California

Kyle

Mixed Scottish Gaelic origin; meaning belonging to a narrow stretch of land

Tahoe

Native American Origin; meaning the edge of a lake; named after a famous lake.

Beaufort

French origin; meaning a lovely fortress or stronghold

Mercer

French origin; meaning a trader

Jojo

African origin; meaning the one born on the first day of the week

Phoenix

Greek origin; translates to dark red or a mystical bird; a symbol of rebirth

Griswold

Teutonic origin; meaning belonging to a forest of grey trees

Gordon

Scottish origin; meaning spacious or a fort

Io

Named after a volcanic moon present in the Solar system

Dmitri

Greek origin; named after Demeter; the harvest God

Finlay

Mixed Scottish Gaelic origin; meaning a fair warrior

Levon

Armenian origin; translates to a lion

Chris

English origin; short for Christopher

Dar

Hebrew origin; meaning a precious jewel

Atherton

English origin; meaning a dweller of a lively farm

Quacey

Scottish origin; meaning moon

Rube

A version of the popular name Reuben

Derby

Mixed Irish Gaelic origin; meaning a forest of the deer

Arian

Welsh origin; meaning the metal silver

Tyson

French origin; a version of the name Dyson

Aldo

Latin origin; meaning tall; short for Alessandro

Chapman

English origin; meaning a trader or a businessman

Loch

 Mixed Scottish Gaelic origin; meaning a lake

Blake

English origin; meaning dull white

Hang

Vietnamese origin; meaning Moon

Dane

French origin; short for Denmark; a form of Dean

Jakob

Hebrew origin; a version of Jacob

Lloyd

Welsh origin; meaning with grey hair or scared

Pulan

Chamory name; meaning moonlight

Sergei

Russian origin; meaning a servant

Corvus

Latin origin; meaning the birds raven or crow

Pollux

Roman origin; meaning very sweet

Abbas

Arabian origin; popularly named after Muhammad’s Uncle

Felix

Roman origin; named after the protagonist of G. Eliot’s novel Felix Holt.

Coro

Latin origin; derived from wind

Hugh

French origin; a version of the name Hugo

Ruslan

Russian origin; meaning a lion

Xochitl

Native American Origin; meaning a flower

Gertrude

German origin; meaning as strong as a spear

Ginvera

Italian origin; meaning white wave or the lover of Jennifer

Cyrus

Persian origin; meaning a sun

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