160+ Super Gemini Baby Boy Names (Meaning)

Boys born in May-June usually are very witty, sociable in nature, and quick in learning. Gemini is an air sign and their most obvious trait is overthinking or indecisive nature and to help your baby boy to take stronger and mindful decisions, you must ensure that he has an appropriate name. If that sounds alright, hop right into the list given below.

list of Gemini Baby Boy Names (Meaning)

Hugo

German origin; meaning someone who thinks rationally

Jay

Ancient English origin; meaning like a bird or very talkative

Erin

Irish origin; meaning he who loves peace

Malachi

Hebrew origin; meaning the messenger of the God

Gabriel

Hebrew origin; meaning a superior angel

Junius

Latin origin; meaning he who is born in June

Kiel

Hawaiian origin; meaning from the valley of the lilies

Angelo

Italian origin; meaning a heavenly messenger

Alber

Teutonic origin; meaning a very swift mind

Dexter

Latin origin; meaning having a dominant right hand or skilled

Farman

Norse origin; translates to a traveling man

Engelbert

Teutonic origin; meaning a divine messenger

Dredd

Hebrew origin; meaning man of truth

Elvin

English origin; meaning an elf’s friend

Eldryd

Welsh origin; means someone who likes telling stories

Amos

Hebrew origin; meaning a divine angel

Coleman

Latin origin; meaning a dove

Clark

French origin; meaning a clerk or to earn

Ariel

Hebrew origin; meaning God of the lions or the ghost of air

Aran

Hebrew origin; meaning very humble or un-passive

Elwood

English origin; meaning the king of the empire of elves

Calum

Scottish origin; translates to the bird dove; also spelled Callum

Avery

English origin; another name for Elwood

Bevel

Gypsy origin; meaning the breeze or air

Findal

Norse origin; meaning an inventor

Parry

Welsh origin; meaning the son of Harry; a nickname for Harry

Latimer

French origin; meaning a translator or helping messenger

Hermes

Greek origin; the Greek messenger God; another name for Mercury

Keith

Celtic origin; meaning the air

Aristotle

Greek origin; means the best

Hendrix

Dutch origin; meaning the son of Hendrik

Javan

Latin origin; named after an angle from Greece

Guthry

Mixed Scottish Gaelic origin; meaning belonging to an airy place; also spelled Guthrie

Jonas

Hebrew origin; meaning like the bird dove

Nodin

Native American origin; meaning air

Pablo

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

Mick

Hebrew origin; meaning a higher angel; also spelled Mike

Hamar

Norse origin; meaning very sharp or a genius

Raphael

Hebrew origin; meaning the one who can heal

Keenan

Mixed Irish Gaelic origin; meaning intelligent

Hastings

German origin; meaning very agile

Jayden

English origin; meaning like a bird

Nathaniel

Hebrew origin; meaning the God’s messenger or angel; nicknamed Nathan

Rhett

Welsh origin; meaning like a bird

Conley

Irish origin; meaning a great leader

Thomas

Greek origin; meaning born at the same time

Rhys

Welsh origin; meaning agile

Zivan

Hebrew origin; meaning full of life

Sherwin

English origin; meaning the one who runs very fast

Yuval

Hebrew origin; meaning enjoying

Chadwick

Anglo Saxon origin; meaning from the town of Chad

Tate

Norse origin; meaning someone who likes to talk or very lively

Zamir

Hebrew origin; meaning a bird who sings

Oaklee

English origin; meaning dweller from the field of Oak Trees

Gage

English origin; meaning a measuring tool

Todd

Norse origin; meaning as clever as a fox

Wayne

English origin; meaning a wagon driver

Skeeter

English origin; meaning one who is very fast

Lazarus

Hebrew origin; meaning helper

Tristan

Celtic origin; meaning one who makes a lot of noise

Steven

English origin; meaning crown or noble

Adrien

Latin origin; meaning a water body

Brody

Scottish origin; named after a castle; meaning castle

Lurch

French origin; meaning an archer or a bowman

Wendel

Mixed Dutch German origin; meaning to go or to return

Darryl

English origin; a version of Darell; also spelled Darrel or Darrell

Fester

German origin; meaning from the woods or forest

Fenmore

English origin; meaning the dearest love

Johnson

Mixed English Scottish origin; meaning the son of John

Stewie

English origin; meaning a warden or a guardian who sees everything

Sage

English roots; meaning a prophet or an herb; also spelled Saige

Charles

Germanic origin; meaning an army; a form of Karl

Deklan

Irish roots; meaning filled with goodness; also spelled Declan

Alexander

Greek origin; meaning men’s defender

Akira

Japanese origin; meaning very smart and witty

Alfie

English origin; short for Alfred; meaning an old counselor

Boaz

Hebrew origin; meaning agile or swift

Blane

Scottish origin; meaning a shade of yellow

Beech

English origin; named after the beech tree

Dashiell

Scottish origin; a family name; another version of Chiel

Bradley

English origin; meaning a broad meadow

Corbin

Latin origin; translates to a crow

Castor

Greek origin; meaning he who is very holy

Coro

Native American origin; meaning a breeze

Cato

Latin origin; meaning he who knows everything

Fei

Chinese origin; meaning dancing in the wind

Gale

English origin; meaning a violent storm

Esau

Hebrew origin; meaning covered with hair

Flavius

Latin origin; meaning fair or yellow

Gemini

Latin origin; translates to twins; a zodiac sign

Hawk

English origin; named after the bird hawk

Ian

Scottish origin; a version of John; meaning filled with Grace

Thabit

Arabic origin; meaning he who cannot be perturbed

Jacob

Hebrew origin; meaning he who supplants

Huxley

English origin; meaning a place which is not hospitable

Luke

Greek origin; meaning a resident of Lucania

Maso

Italian origin; meaning twins; short for Tomasso

Onyx

English origin; named after the gem

Monroe

Scottish origin; meaning the starting point of the river Roe

Odion

African origin; meaning the elder of the twins; pronounced o-dii-ohn

Mercury

Latin origin; another name of Hermes; the Messenger God

Redmond

Irish origin; meaning a defender who is very intelligent

Pollux

Greek origin; meaning a crown or Nobility

Mesut

Turkish origin; meaning happy or lively

Remus

Latin origin; meaning named after the great twins who founded Rome

Raymond

German origin; meaning he who protects and is wise

Sebastian

Latin origin; meaning a resident of the ancient city of Sebastia

Romulus

Latin origin; meaning a Roman; one-half of the founding twins of Rome

Sky

English origin; named after the sky; a natural name

Ulan

Sudanese origin; meaning the elder on the twins

Wilder

English origin; a renowned surname

Wesley

Norman origin; meaning western lea

Trey

English origin; a variation of the number three

Wallis

Scottish origin; a version of Wallace; a surname

Uriel

Hebrew origin; meaning my light is the Almighty

Zesiro

From Luganda; meaning the elder twin

Yeats

English origin; a variation of the term gates

Witt

English origin; comes from wits

Zephyr

Greek origin; meaning the breeze from the west

Grenville

French origin; meaning he who is very lucky

Gautier

French origin; meaning a very well behaved boy

Aron

French origin; meaning inspiring

Hamilton

French origin; meaning a resident of the town in the mountains

Herbert

Irish origin; meaning a brave soldier

Dominic

Roman origin; meaning a renowned lord

Zack

Hebrew origin; short for Zechariah or Zachary; also spelled Zak; Zach

Mortimer

French origin; meaning a deceased pond;

Jerome

Greek origin; meaning sacred or holy

Albino

Latin origin; meaning downy or full of youth

Nox

Latin origin; meaning the time of the night

Kingsly

Norman origin; meaning a forest of the king; also spelled Kingsley

Axel

Mixed European origin; a form of the name Absalom

Fill

English origin; short for Phillip

Hudson

English origin; meaning the son of Hud

Pubert

English origin; meaning very ambitious or decisive

Borealis

Portuguese origin; meaning gift from God

Newt

English origin; meaning a tiny amphibian

Cargan

Irish origin; meaning a small rock

Odin

The supreme God or all-father of Norse mythology; father of Thor

Gasper

Persian origin; meaning a treasurer; also spelled Kasper

Karlen

French origin; meaning muscular and strong

Werner

Germanic origin; meaning the warrior who defends

Harcourt

French origin; meaning the one from a fenced farm

Anzor

Russian origin; meaning he who has the freedom

Audric

French origin; meaning a competent leader

Avent

French origin; meaning born on the arrival

Camden

English origin; meaning from the valley of the camps

Garlan

French origin; meaning wealth or reward; also spelled Garlen

Gerrard

Irish origin; meaning strong like a spear

Hardouin

French origin; named after a count

Korbyn

French origin; meaning he who has dark hair or the bird raven

Karlo

French origin; meaning manly or brave

Psalm

Hebrew origin; meaning a song

Carson

English origin; meaning son of Carr or Christian

Narmer

Egyptian origin; meaning pain or harsh

Guifford

French origin; meaning the one with puffy cheeks

Garron

French origin; meaning a protector

Justin

Latin origin; meaning just or fair

Collin

English origin; short for Nicholas

Karcsi

French origin; meaning like a true gentleman

Glenn

Scottish origin; meaning a valley

Harbin

French origin; meaning a soldier with glory

Gill

Latin origin; Italian version of the name Julius

Germain

French variation of the word German

Geoffrey

French origin; meaning peaceful or divinity

Azhaire

Polish origin; meaning popular; a version of Azhar

Austin

French origin; a version of the name Augustine

Gard

French origin; meaning the gatekeeper of a nursery or a garden

Stuart

Scottish origin; meaning a guardian

Artus

French origin; meaning royalty or kingly

Aramis

French origin; named after one of the Three Musketeers

Veasna

Cambodian origin; meaning the coming time; or fate

Evandrus

Greek origin; meaning a gentleman; or an adult man

Elec

Latin origin; meaning a very bright light

Gyro

Greek origin; meaning a circle or a curve

Jaehaerys

Valyrian roots; meaning just like a God

Jig

African origin; meaning to dance

Haytham

Arabian origin; meaning a young Eagle or the offspring of an eagle

Martin

Roman origin; meaning a warrior

 Flame

Mixed English Scottish origin; meaning; the heir to Nicholas

Blizzard

English origin; a family surname; a strong deadly name

Giordano

Hebrew origin; meaning a descendant; named after the River Jordan

Mayhem

English origin; meaning to knowingly cause pain to someone

Molokai

Hawaiian origin; named after one of the biggest islands In Hawaii

Sentinel

Italian origin; to see carefully or to observe

Auren

American origin; meaning a laurel or heard

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