100+ Elite and Aristocratic Names for Baby Boys

There is always a little aristocracy involved in everything so why not while choosing a name for your baby boy. The name of your baby boy should sound exclusive and give a feeling of majesty around. So, wait for no longer to hop into the list given below.

Elite and Aristocratic Names for Baby Boys

Bates

English origin name meaning a boatman, version of Bate

Alcott

Name of a famous author, meaning belonging from an old cottage, English origin

Franklin

Means free man, works as a surname also, English origin

Balthazar

The name with various spellings, meaning Baal, the protector of the King

Alastair

The Scottish version of the name Alexander, meaning the protector of the people 

Randolph

Very rare name that one will find, meaning shield wolf, English origin

Howard

Meaning a man with a strong heart of mixed English Germanic origin

Alden

English origin, meaning a wise or old friend, a common name 

Frederick

A strong classic name of mixed English and German origin, meaning a peaceful ruler

Albert

Derived from the word Adelbracht, meaning noble or elf or bright 

Julian

Very popular masculine name in Roman times, meaning with a soft beard, Latin origin

Bentley

Very popular expensive car brand name, English origin, meaning piece of land with coarse grass

Alston

Meaning a noble man’s home, English origin, literally means an old stone 

Jameson

Name of Hebrew origin, variant of James, meaning heir of James

Tomas

Mixed Spanish and Aramaic origin, meaning twin, variant of Thomas

Hildebrand

A name of German origin meaning a sword used for battle

Gaines

Mixed English and Latin origin, meaning a clever man

Tennyson

Meaning the follower of the Zeus, derived from the name Dennis, English origin

Graham

Meaning a gravel isolated dwelling, English origin

Milton

English origin, meaning belonging to the mill town, popularized by famous poet John Milton

Thurston

Derived from the old name Thorsteinn, mixed English and Old Norse origin

Henley

Derived from the old word Heah, meaning wood or clearing, English origin

Fulbright

A name of Germanic origin meaning very famous

Harding

Mixed Germanic and English origin name meaning heir of a hard one 

Andres

Spanish origin, meaning manly, another form of Andreas

Aristide

Mixed French, Greek and Italian origin, meaning the best

Hamilton

English origin name meaning a bare hill, derived from Hamel

Granville

Belonging of Grainville in Normandy, French origin, meaning settlement

Oswald

Not very popular, meaning god rule, works well as a surname also 

Landon

English origin, meaning one who belongs from the long hill

Brantley

Mixed Germanic and English origin, meaning to belong from a land destroyed by fire

Garrett

Derived from the name Gerard, meaning as tough as spear, Germanic origin

Argyle

A name of Gaelic origin meaning belonging of the land of the Gaels

Huxley

English origin, meaning belonging to Hoc’s field, derived from the old name Hucc

Ashcroft

Old English name, meaning farm of ash tree, English origin

Kincaid

Gaelic origin name meaning people who are from Kincaid, derived from the word Ceann

Barrington

Compound of three words, means people who causes a lot of trouble

Gage

English origin, meaning giving in charge of weight and measures

Bancroft

Meaning a village situated on a hill, English origin

Alfred

Mixed English and German origin, meaning elf ruler or counselor

Gaylord

French origin meaning a dandy, derived from the name Gaillard

Jefferson

Variation of the name Geoffrey, English origin, meaning son of Jeffrey

Barwick

English origin name meaning who belongs to a corn farm, a location name

Gannon

A modern version of Mac Fhionnain, meaning fair or white headed, Gaelic origin

Barclay

Very old name compounder by two names, meaning a wood of birch tree

Hatcher

Anglo-Saxon name of English origin meaning flood gates of the dam

Braddock

English origin name meaning residing near a oak tree which is broad

Avner

Hebrew origin name meaning father is luminous, variation of Abner

Hale

Ancient English origin name meaning a valley or a salt water estuary

Bradford

Derived from two English names, meaning a  person who lives near ford

Goodwin

Meaning a friend of god of English origin, variation of the name Godwin

Beauregard

Two French name let into one, meaning a beautiful look, French origin

Earnest

English origin, meaning truthful or diligent or serious minded

Tucker

Derived from old word Tucian of English origin, meaning a person by whom cloth is softened

Fairfax

English origin name meaning pretty hair or fair haired

Baldrick

Germanic origin name meaning a brave or bold ruler

Icarus

Greek origin name meaning follower

Bernard

Meaning as strong a beer drink, Germanic origin, variation of Bernhard

Odin

A name of Scandinavian origin, meaning fury or rage or inspiration

Rodger

Mixed Germanic and English origin, meaning a famous spear

Constantine

Popular name, Greek origin, meaning steadfast or constant

Bacchus

Meaning a sound that is loud, English origin, also the Greek god name of wine

Caden

American origin name meaning fighter or son of Cardan

Wallace

English origin name meaning foreign man or stranger

Daley

Irish origin name meaning a place where assembly takes place

Pitt

Derived from the word Pytt, English origin, meaning from a hollow area

Yale

Meaning from the fertile highland or the slopes, English origin

Sutherland

Old Norse origin, meaning people of southern land 

Neval

French origin name meaning a new village, variation of Neville

Sameul

Hebrew origin name meaning who has ability to hear god or known as god

Alexander

Meaning the protector of the people, Greek origin, title of Olympian god

Earl

English origin name meaning a pledge or a noble man or warrior

Nicholas

Meaning victory of the people, Greek origin

Andrew

Name that refers to a saint of Scotland, meaning brave or manly

Radcliff

British origin name meaning a cliff of red color, also a surname 

William

English origin name meaning resolute protector or with helmet that is gilded

Lachlan

Scottish origin name meaning land covered with lakes 

Noah

Hebrew origin name meaning rest or peace or silence

Arthur

Welsh origin name meaning bear

Leopold

English origin name meaning people who are bold

Edward

English origin name meaning a wealthy guardian

Adar

Hebrew origin name meaning noble

Allard

English origin name meaning a person who is bold and noble

Finn

Irish origin name meaning fair or equal

Kai

Hawaiian origin name origin ocean 

Henry

German origin name meaning ruler of the house

Silas

Latin origin name meaning man of the jungle or forest

Owen

Irish origin name meaning youth or a tree of Yew

Auden

English origin name meaning half related to Denmark

Jasper

English origin name meaning a person who is always in search treasure

Jack

English origin name meaning that God is kind or courteous

Max

Latin origin name meaning who is great

Milo

English origin name meaning soldier

Felix

Latin origin name meaning happy and flourishing

Michael

Hebrew origin name meaning who can be a god

Phineas

Hebrew origin name meaning something or someone related to Nubia

Harper

English origin name meaning a player of harp

Leo

Italian origin name meaning lion

Lincoln

English origin name meaning who belongs to the lake settlement

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