250+ Labor Day Baby Boy Names (Meaning)

Labor Day, a day dedicated to the achievements of workers, is generally celebrated on the 1st of May and is a federal holiday. If your baby happens to be born on this historic day, make sure you pick a name worthy of this day and if you agree with us, make sure to go through the list given below.

list of Labor Day Baby Boy Names (Meaning)

Tylar

English origin, meaning hardworking, an occupational name for tile makers

Wainwright

Kenyan origin, meaning he who makes wagons

Waggoner

English origin, an occupational name for wagon makers

Wachiru

Kenyan origin, meaning the son of a lawyer

Waller

English origin, translates to very powerful, an occupational name for a wall builder

Wyler

English origin, an occupational name for someone who makes wheels

Wayne

English origin, a name given to a wagon driver

Saddle

English origin, an occupational name for someone who makes saddles

Tannen

English origin, meaning he who deals with leather 

Roper

English origin, an occupational name for rope makers

Schubert

German origin, translates to someone who makes shoes

Tanier

English origin, a name given to someone associated with leather tanning

Sadler

English origin, also a name for people who prepare harnesses

Tuckerman

English origin, another name for a tailor

Nagler

English origin, an occupational name for people making nails

Tuck

English origin, a name given to people dealing in garments

Kord

English origin, translates to a wise counselor, an occupational name for making cords

Kuefer

A name given to people dealing with barrels

Kordell

English origin, meaning associated with making cords or wires

Lorimer

English origin, an occupational name for someone who crafts harness

Ladle

English origin, a name given to someone who makes or sells ladles

Nagel

English origin, an occupational name for people making nails

Matata

Swahili origin, translates to he who makes trouble

Fisher

English origin, an occupational name for people who catch fish

Hooper

English origin, a name given to people who make hoops

Kepler

English origin, an occupational name for people dealing with headwear

Fletcher

English origin, meaning he who crafts arrows

Kemenes

English origin, an occupational name for people who make and operate furnaces

Kappler

English origin, an occupation name for people who craft hats

Hammar

English origin, translates to he who makes hammers or even a carpenter

Glover

English origin, an occupational name for glove makers

Kiefer

English origin, a name given to people associated with barrels

Cabe

English origin an occupational name for people making ropes

Chandler

English origin, a name given to people who make or sell candles

Carpenter

English origin, an occupational name for people who make carriages or deal with woodcraft

Chaney

English origin, translates to an oak tree or a name for people making candles

Coopersmith

English origin, another name for people who deal with barrels

Archer

English origin, translates to a bowman or someone who shoots arrows

Mercer

Latin origin, an occupational name for people related to high-quality fabric

Gardener

English origin, a name given to caretaker of a garden, also spelled Gardner

Author

English origin, an occupational name for someone who writes

Baker

English origin, an occupational name for someone who bakes 

Sawyer

English origin, translates to someone who operates a saw

Reeve

English origin, masculine version of the name Reese

Banner

English origin, an occupational for someone bears a flag

Carbry

English origin, an occupational name for people operating chariots

Thatcher

English origin, a name given to roof builders who use thatch

Booker

English origin, an occupational name for people who bind books with hands

Hine

English origin, meaning a small kid or a house help

Artist

French origin, a name given to someone who creates art

Baird

Scottish origin, an occupational for a poet or a court poet

Bandit

English origin, translates to someone who has gone rogue

Barbeau

French origin, translates to someone who deals with fish

Barker

English origin, an occupational name for leather workers

Beamer

English origin, an occupational name for a musician who plays the trumpet

Baylor

English origin, an occupational for a delivery person

Baxter

English origin, another name for the baking profession

Beard

French origin, translates to facial hair, an occupational name

Bauer

German origin, meaning he who farms

Beaman

English origin, an occupational name for people associated with apiculture

Bell

English origin, an occupational name for someone who periodically rings bells

Bond

English origin, translates to a modest harvester

Bouvier

French origin, meaning he who takes care of cattle

Brazier

English origin, an occupational name for brass workers

Boyer

English origin, translates to either an arrow crafter or a herdsman

Brenner

English origin, an occupational name for a charcoal worker

Brogan

Irish origin, translates to a tiny footwear

Cannon

English origin, named after a war weapon

Carden

English origin, an occupational name for a wool worker

Butler

English origin, an occupational name for a house help

Brewster

English origin, an occupational name for someone who brews drinks

Carter

English origin, an occupational name for a cart operator

Chaucer

English origin, meaning he who makes a breach

Cleary

Irish origin, translates to a clerical work

Clark

English origin, translates to an assistant or a clerk

Chaplin

English origin, meaning the caretaker of a chapel

Casper

Persian origin, translates to he who brings the treasure

Cohen

Hebrew origin, a name given to a priest

Collier

English origin, an occupational name for a mine worker

Cutler

English origin, an occupational name for someone who makes knives

Dancer

English origin, a name for someone who dances

Currier

English origin, an occupational name for a leather tanner

Dean

English origin, a name given to the head of an institution

Devin

Irish origin, a name given to someone who writes poetry

Dexter

Latin origin, an occupational for someone who dyes the fabric

Drover

English origin, an occupational name for a sheepherder

Draper

English origin, a name given to a merchant dealing in clothes

Decker

German origin, an occupational name for a roof maker

Dacon

Greek origin, translates to someone who delivers messages

Driver

English origin, an occupational name for someone who operates a vehicle

Farrar

English origin, a name given to an ironworker

Falkner

English origin, an occupational name for someone who trains or looks after falcons

Durward

English origin, an occupational for someone who watches an entry point

Drummer

English origin, a name given to someone who plays the drums

Factor

German origin, translates to an official

Fifer

Scottish origin, a name given to someone who plays the pipes

Fisk

English origin, another name for a fish catcher

Favre

French origin, an occupational name for an ironsmith

Lynch

Irish origin, a name given to someone who regularly sets sail

Forest

English origin, translates to a woods dweller

Fielder

English origin, a name given to someone who lives in the country

Granger

English origin, an occupational name for someone who works in a granary

Marshall

French origin, a name given to the caretaker of a stable or horses

Hooker

English origin, a name for the hook of a shepherd

Harper

English origin, a name given to people who play the harp

Kaiser

German origin, translates to a ruler

Hackett

German origin, an occupational name for a hewer

Hayward

English origin, a name given to a protector of a hedge

Keller

German origin, an occupational name for a master of a call

Hunter

English origin, translates to he who goes on hunting

Hoover

German origin, a name given to someone who owns a patch of fertile land

Kyler

Dutch origin, a name given to a marksman

Luther

German origin, a name given to an army person

Mason

English origin, an occupation name for someone who works with stones

Lanier

French origin, an occupational name for a wool crafter

Miller

English origin, an occupational name for a mill worker

Naylor

English origin, an occupational name for a nail maker

Napier

Scottish origin, an occupational name for a linen worker

Meyer

Hebrew origin, translates to he who brings light

Piper

English origin, a name given to someone who plays the pipe

Potter

English origin, an occupational name for a vessel maker

Rider

English origin, an occupational name for a horse rider

Seeger

English origin, an occupational name for a sailor or boatman

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