180+ Quirky Libra Baby Boy Names (Meaning)

The obsession of Libran babies to achieve perfection is known by all. This air sign in particular is always aiming at maintaining equilibrium no matter where they go. Thus, to pick a name for your October born that does not fidget with their inner balance is necessary and if that sounds alright, jump right into the list given below.

list of Quirky Libra Baby Boy Names

Dempster

English origin; meaning a sharp judge

Justus

Latin origin; meaning believing in justice

Alexander

Greek origin; meaning the protector of men

Florian

Latin origin; meaning good looking or blooming of a flower, also spelt Florean

Kevin

Mixed Irish Gaelic origin; meaning good looking

Beau

French origin; meaning having sharp facial features

Finnegan

Mixed Irish Gaelic origin; meaning masculine beauty

Justin

Latin origin; meaning just, righteous and straight

Akrab

Named after a star in the Libra constellation

Kenneth

Mixed Scottish Gaelic origin; meaning fair or good looking

Danny

Hebrew origin; meaning he who provide justice or maintains the law, nicknamed Dan

Alfred

English origin; meaning a wise counsellor

Ramiro

Spanish origin; meaning one with a right sense of justice

Methuselah

Hebrew origin; named after the oldest star making up the Libra constellation

Solomon

Hebrew origin; meaning peace loving and smart

Lamont

Norse origin; meaning a lawyer

Oliver

Latin origin; named after the Olive tree, represents peace

Reynold

English origin; meaning a judgment out of a wise counsel

Milan

Czech origin; meaning he who is loved by all

Manfred

Teutonic origin; meaning the one who loves and believes in peace

Romeo

English origin; named after The Shakespearean Drama Romeo and Juliet

Zedekiah

Hebrew origin; meaning just

Valentine

Latin origin; meaning romantic or romance

Yestin

Welsh origin; meaning the one who believes in justice

Wilfred

Teutonic origin; meaning the one believes in making peace

Abraxas

Persian origin; named after a character in the Persian Mythology

 Ursa

Latin roots, meaning bear

Arthur

Celtic origin; meaning a bear, named after the King Arthur tales

Logan

Scottish origin; meaning small or hollow, popularized by wolverine

Anthony

Latin origin; meaning he who is very precious or priceless

Zedekiah

Hebrew origin; means Gods justice or the lord is righteous

Clement

Latin origin; meaning filled with mercy or very pleasant

Drake

English origin; translates to a duck or a dragon

Liev

Yiddish origin; means heart, popularized by Liev Schreiber

Coro

Native American origin; meaning breeze or air

Cobalt

English origin; named after the color and the metal

Tim

Greek roots, means honoring God, short for Timothy

Dove

English origin; name after a gentle bird, unisex name

Eleanor

English origin; translates to other Aenor, nicknamed Ellie

Hesperos

Greek origin; another name for the planet Venus

Jamal

Arabic origin; translates to handsome or good looking

Dmitri

Greek origin; named after Demeter, the Agriculture Goddess

Isaeus

Greek origin; meaning equilibrium, pronounced ih-zey-as

Indigo

Greek origin; named after the blue dye from India

Miller

English origin; an occupational name for grain grinders

Narcissus

Greek origin; meaning the flower, daffodil

Roosevelt

Dutch origin; meaning a field of roses

Rabi

Arabic origin; meaning a pleasant breeze

Sebastian

Greek origin; meaning a resident of the city of Sebastia

Septimus

Latin origin; meaning seven

Rhodes

Greek origin; meaning a place for roses to grow

Boetius

Irish origin; meaning foolish pride

Wren

English origin; meaning a bird, unisex name

Zuzen

Basque origin; meaning just or righteous

Theodore

Greek origin; meaning the gift of god, popularized by Theodore Roosevelt

Zephyr

Greek origin; meaning wind from the west

Toby

Hebrew origin; meaning the goodness of God, short for Tobias

Viridius

Latin origin; meaning a shade of Green

Walter

German origin; meaning power, or brightness, popularized by Sir Walter Raleigh

Crane

English origin; means crown or royalty

Elia

Hebrew origin; meaning god has answered, a version of Elijah

Alan

Celtin origin; meaning noble or royal

Gerard

French origin; meaning spear or strength, popularized by Gerard Butler

Calixtus

Version of Callistus, meaning a wine cup, a version of Chalice

Odilon

French origin; named after St. Odilon

Lennon

Irish origin; means lover, popularized by John Lennon

Jarett

German origin; a version of Gerard, meaning spear or strong, also spelt Garrett

Poe

English origin; meaning peacock, famous for Edgar Allen Poe

Marcus

Roman roots, referring to Mars, the God of War, nicknamed Mark

Wolfgang

German origin; meaning a traveling wolf

Noah

Hebrew origin; meaning rest or wandering, a character in Bible

Gage

French origin; means one who lends money or a pledge

Luke

Latin roots, short for Lucius, meaning the bright one, or birthed at dawn

Tom

Greek origin; named after an apostle, short for Thomas

Kayne

Mixed Irish, Gaelic origin; meaning little battler

Edward

English origin; meaning fortune, prosperous, or guardian, protector

Jude

Greek origin; meaning praised

Finian

Mixed Irish, Gaelic origin; meaning fair

Rothard

German origin; meaning red, a family name

Maximillian

French origin; named after two Roman Generals

Hedwig

German origin; meaning combat or duel, popularized by Harry Potter

 Carson

Mixed Scottish, Irish origin; signifies the marsh-dwellers’ son

Onesta

Latin roots, meaning honest, gentleman or respectable

Aki

Japanese origin; meaning born in autumn or ancestor

Luciano

Mixed Italian, Spanish origin; meaning light

Salem

Means safe, a place in Bible, Arabic origin

Jareth

English origin; named after a movie character in Labyrinth

Jackson

English origin; means son of jack, nicknamed jack

Warner

German origin; meaning guard in war, popularized by Warner Brothers

Jimmy

Hebrew origin; meaning the one who supplants, short for James

Kenwyn

Cornish origin; meaning a white ridge or chalk ridge

Brandan

English origin; meaning a hill covered with broom, which is a weed

Fulk

German origin; meaning people or folk, also spelt Fulke, Fulko

Godwin

English origin; meaning a friend of God, named after Mt. Godwin Austin

Quentin

Latin origin; meaning the fifth, popularized by Quentin Tarantino

Thaddeus

Armaic origin; meaning a heart or a courageous heart, nicknamed Thad

Viator

Latin origin; meaning traveler or a wanderer

Ewald

German origin; meaning a law, custom or right

Bruno

German origin; meaning brown, popularized by Bruno Mars

Kenn

Welsh origin; means bright or glistening water

Bram

Mixed Hebrew, Dutch origin; means a father of multitudes, popularized by Bram Stoker

Ezra

Hebrew origin; meaning help, freed slaves in the Bible

Nestor

Greek origin; meaning traveler or voyage, helper in Trojan War

Winifred

Welsh origin; translates to blessed peace making

Ian

Scottish origin; means gracious is the lord, popularized by Sir Ian Mckellan

Ximen

Basque origin; meaning Hearkening or The God has heard

 Jora

Hebrew origin; translates to autumn rain

Damon

Greek origin; meaning to tame, popularized by Matt Damon

Moran

Irish origin; meaning a descendant of Moran, of Mayo and Sligo

Francis

Latin origin; translates to free man or Frenchman

Severin

Mixed roots, a version of Severe, meaning stern, serious

Renfred

English origin; meaning peace and might

Miles

Latin origin; meaning graceful or mild

Demeter

Greek origin; goddess of agriculture and growth

Gareth

Welsh origin; meaning a respectable and well behaved man

Conrad

Teutonic origin; meaning a wise and old counselor

Ramon

Spanish origin; meaning a righteous judge who protects

Oscar

Mixed English, Irish origin; meaning God spear or a great Warrior

Coleman

Latin origin; meaning a dove, a version of Calum

Alain

French origin; meaning little rock

Abban

Irish roots, a version of Abbot

Bellam

French origin; meaning a reliable friend

Callum

Scottish origin; meaning like a dove, also spelt calum

Carey

Cornish origin; meaning the one is loved by all

Oran

Irish origin; meaning a shade of green

Avidan

Hebrew origin; meaning God always provides justice

Gustave

Swedish origin; meaning staff of the geats or goths, gods

Dillon

Irish origin; meaning dedicated or loyal

Freddy

German origin; meaning a peaceful ruler, popularized by Freddie Mercury

Jason

Greek origin; meaning he who heals

Florello

Italian origin; translates to little flower

Titus

Latin origin; meaning a title of honor

Babatunde

Yeruba origin; meaning the father has returned

Ajax

Greek origin; meaning from the Earth

Chico

Spanish origin; meaning a young boy or child

Feliks

Slav origin; meaning successful or lucky, also spelt Felix

Eki

Basque origin; meaning the Sun

Czar

Russian origin; meaning the ruler of Russia

Daimen

Greek origin; meaning to tame, a version of the name Damon

Emmanuel

Hebrew origin; meaning with the God

Sibold

English origin; a version of Siegebald, meaning victorious or brave

Rylan

English origin; meaning from the Rye Land

Nnamdi

African origin; translates to my God always lives

Griffan

Irish origin; a version of Griffin, meaning a descendant

Juma

Arabic origin; meaning Friday

Gall

Mixed British origin; meaning foreigner or stranger

Jan

Arabic origin; a version of Jaan, meaning life or heart

Henry

Germanic origin; meaning the leader or the king

 Andrew

Greek origin; meaning strong or manly, one of the twelve apostles

Jahm

Islamic origin; meaning sullen

Farrokh

Persian origin; meaning lucky or fortunate

Dagan

Hebrew origin; meaning a single grain of corn

Corbin

Latin origin; meaning the bird raven

Joab

Hebrew origin; named after the God of Israel

Fionan

Gaelic origin; the male version of the name Fiona, meaning white or fair

Nigel

Gaelic origin; meaning black enamel, a version of Niall

Tex

American origin; meaning a resident of Texas

Jonas

Greek origin; meaning dove, popularized by Jonas Brothers

Kyle

Gaelic origin; meaning straight, the male version of Kylie

Jasim

Hebrew origin; meaning strong or healthy

Bolt

English origin; meaning an arrow or a bar, popularized by Usain Bolt

Guinea

Portuguese origin; named after a kingdom in Africa

Desmond

Irish origin; translates to South Munster

Devan

Irish origin; meaning a poet or a fawn

Alroy

Gaelic origin; meaning the one with the redhead

Crispin

Latin origin; one with the curly hair

Ike

Hebrew origin; meaning laughter

Benard

French origin; meaning a bold bear

Herman

Dutch and German roots, meaning the protector or an army man

Aedan

Irish origin; meaning little fire, nicknamed Dan

Franco

German roots, a version of Frank

Raphael

Hebrew origin; meaning he has healed, also spelled Rafael, Rafael

Jet

English origin; meaning an airplane or am aircraft

Cristopher

English origin; meaning bearer of the Christ, also spelled Christopher

Caleb

Hebrew origin; meaning faithful, devotional, or wholehearted

Fakir

Arabic origin; meaning poor or a saint

Nazarius

Spanish origin; comes from Nazareth

Simon

Hebrew origin; meaning listen, hearing or flat-nosed

Dennis

Mixed Greco, Roman origin; named after Dionysius, meaning The Dane

Odion

African origin; meaning the elder of the twins

Tyson

French origin; a version of the name Tison, popularized by Mike Tyson

Slade

English origin; meaning valley or a dweller of the valley

Dorcas

Aramaic origin; meaning gazelle, a version of Tabitha

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