150+ Cool Sagittarius Baby Boy Names (Meaning)

Known to be very optimistic, free, and honest, Sagittarius boys are a gem to be with. With a sense of intellectual superiority and impromptu nature, they are bound to make every occasion fun. If you wish to pick a name for your little boy that is as fun as his character; look no further.

list of Cool Sagittarius Baby Boy Names (Meaning)

Archer

English origin; meaning a bowman; a star in the Sagittarius Constellation

Evander

Irish origin; meaning someone who can aim

Inigo

Latin origin; a nickname for Ignatius; meaning flames

Idris

Welsh origin; meaning a renowned lord

Kaus

Latin origin; named after a star in the constellation; translates to a bow

Toxotes

Greek origin; translates to Sagittarius

Chiron

Greek origin; named after a famous centaur in the Greek Mythology

Bowman

English origin; a title given to a skilled archer

Atar

Iranian origin; named after the God of fire

Apollo

Greek origin; named after the Sun God; also the God of Archery

Brande

English origin; meaning a band of fire

Inaki

Basque origin; meaning flame

Robin

English origin; named after a bird; short for Robert

Puck

English origin; meaning happy; also named after the Ice Hockey Sports equipment

Albinus

French origin; meaning kind or noble

Ambrose

Greek origin; meaning immortal

Gentian

Albanian origin; named after the king of Illyrian; a flower

Yeshua

Hebrew origin; meaning salvation

Matthew

Hebrew origin; meaning gift of God; popularized by Matthew Perry

Claus

German origin; denoting victory of the people; short for Nicholas

Epifanio

Hispanic origin; meaning bringing lights

Aries

 Latin origin; meaning the ram; named after the God of War

Branch

Latin origin; associated with trees

Casper

Mixed Persian; Scandinavian origin; translates to he who brings treasure; also spelled Caspar

Aubin

French origin; meaning white or blond; the masculine form of

Geb

Egyptian origin; meaning god of earth or something mystical

Demeter

Polish version of the name Demetrius

Snow

English origin; a form of frozen water; popularized by Jon Snow

Aspen

Named after a tree in the poplar family and a resort in Colorado

Fairuza

Turkish origin; meaning turquoise

Dagon

Ugaritic word translates to grain or little fish

Candid

Latin origin; meaning a color; white or fair or equitable

Emmanuel

Hebrew name; translates to God is with us; the Messiah in Old Testament

Jack

Derived from an old name Jankin; popularized by Jack Nicholson

Joseph

Hebrew roots; translates to he will add

Ceres

Greek origin; named after the goddess of grain; a name for both the genders

Snowden

English origin; meaning hills covered with snow

Cronell

English origin; meaning one who belongs to Cornhill or Cornwell

Bruce

Scottish origin; translates to the French town of Brix

Aaron

Hebrew origin; named after the elder brother of Moses

Jett

English origin; meaning a shade of the color black

James

Hebrew origin; meaning a substitute or he who supplants

Xavier

Means the new house; English origin; a place in Basque

Albino

Latin origin; meaning white or bright; the female form of the name

Sojourner

American origin; meaning a voyager or a traveler; a name for both the genders

Cato

Latin origin; means a good judgment or wise; named after the great Roman Orator

Levi

Jewish origin; also spelled levy; popularized by the denim brand Levis

Nathan

Hebrew origin; meaning gift from god

Dipper

English origin; meaning a person who is adventurous or bright

Timothy

Greek origin; meaning honoring God; popularized in the Christmas Carol

Miles

Latin origin; meaning soldier; popularized by Miles Teller

Strider

English origin; meaning a person who travels more on foot

Geoffrey

Mixed French; English roots; meaning peace

David

Hebrew origin; means to love or fathers brother

Aden

Irish origin; meaning a fire of small size or has little amount of flames left

Rudolph

German origin; meaning famous wolf; popularized by Rudolph the Reindeer

Kris

English origin; short of Christopher; translates to the disciple of Christ

Brutus

Latin origin; meaning a person who is muscular or has a heavy structure

Gabriel

Hebrew origin; refers to God is my Strong man; major Biblical name

Frost

English origin; meaning cold weather; popularized by Robert Frost

Faith

The English version of the Latin word Fidem

Noel

French origins; means Christmas

Orestes

Greek origin; meaning the one who stands on the mountain; legend of Greek Mythology

Sylvester

Latin origin; meaning woods or wild; popularized by Sylvester Stallone

Asher

Hebrew origin; meaning one who is happy or blessed; a name for both boys and girls

Frank

Means freeman or French man; a gift given to Mother Mary on Jesus birth

Alfredo

German origin; named after a Christmas elf

Zang

Chinese origin; also a very popular surname

Abner

Hebrew origin; signifying the father of light.

Nico

Greek origin; translates to people of victory; nicknames Nick

Moses

Egyptian origin; translates to son; Biblical references

Nicholas

Greek origin; a combination of Nike denoting victory and Laos signifying people

Zephyrus

Latin origin; meaning a wind that flows in the west direction

Clement

Latin origin; means compassionate; popularized by St. Clement of 1st century

Lazarus

Hebrew origin; meaning God has helped; popularized by the Legend of Lazarus Pit

Vulcan

Derived from the word Vulcanus; Pre-Latin origin; meaning to flash

Stephen

Greek origin; meaning wealth or crown; popularized by Stephen Hawking

Robin

German origin; meaning fame or bright

Anastasius

Greek origin; meaning resurrection; the masculine form of the name Anastasia

Hades

Greek origin; meaning a person who is wealthy or distributor of wealth

Ebenezer

Translates to a stone of help; popularized by A Christmas Carol

Comet

Translates to long-haired; named after one of Santa’s reindeers

Jove

Latin origin; meaning the planet Jupiter; also the king of all Gods

Kane

Mixed Japanese; Welsh; and Hawaiian origin; translates to golden; beautiful

Adom

Hebrew origin; meaning aid or assist or help from god

Ethan

Hebrew origin; means rock solid

Howard

English origin; means brave of heart

Adam

Hebrew origin; translates to earth or ground; named after the first man according to Bible

Daniel

Hebrew origin; meaning one who believes God to be his judge; nicknamed Dan

Cristobal

Spanish origin; meaning bearer of Christ

Caleb

Hebrew origin; multiple meanings like a crow; a dog; or a case

Zane

Hebrew origin; meaning gift from God

Franklin

English origin; meaning a person who is free or unconfined or unbound; nicknamed Frank

Balthasar

Hebrew roots; meaning save the ruler

Thomas

Green origin; meaning an identical twin; nicknamed Tom

Jasper

Persian origin; means the treasurer

Girard

German origin; means brave spear

Theodore

Greek origin; meaning God’s gift

Christian

Latin origin; meaning follower of Christ

Theodosius

Greek origin; meaning he who is very giving or like God

Karim

Arabic origin; meaning from a noble background

Ash

English origin; meaning the powder-like substance left after burning

Abraham

Hebrew origin; meaning he who is very honest

Sholeh

Persian origin; translates to a flame

Peter

Greek origin; meaning stone or a rock; nicknamed Pete

Bevan

Welsh origin; meaning he who shoots arrows

Sokka

American origin; meaning an invented name

Christopher

Latin origin; named after the saint of travelers; nicknamed Chris

Pholos

Greek origin; named after a centaur

Doran

Mixed Irish Gaelic origin; meaning a voyager

Warrick

English origin; meaning a leader who defends his people

Ibsen

Teutonic origin; meaning the offspring of a bowman

Stig

Norse origin; meaning a traveler

Major

Latin origin; meaning good or better; or a military rank

Fletcher

French origin; meaning the creator of arrows

Kieran

Irish origin meaning dark or no light

Ivor

Scandinavian origin; meaning a bowman

Sharif

Arabic origin; meaning a respectable man

Sunray

English origin; meaning the rays of the Sun; a surname

Zen

Japanese origin; related to Buddhism and meditation

Hakan

Native American origin; meaning fire like

Chase

Latin origin; meaning to run after the prey while hunting

Legolas

Named after the great archer elf from Lord of The Rings

Hern

Meaning a great hunter in mythologies

Makya

Native American origin; meaning he who hunts down eagles; nicknamed Mak

Bacon

Mixed England and Norman origin; meaning a ham or a buttock

Odin

Norse origin; named after the all-father; leader in hunting

Sirius

Greek origin; meaning a star which is shaped like a Dog

Almond

English origin; named after a dry fruit good for brains

Cerulean

English origin; named after a color

Cyrus

Persian origin; translates to the Sun

Amund

Scandinavian origin; meaning preserved by the Sword

Eldrid

English origin; meaning an old and wise counselor

Frank

English origin; meaning a man with freedom; short for Francis

Hendrix

Dutch origin; meaning the ruler of an empire

Ronan

Irish origin; meaning a baby seal

Niran

Thai origin; meaning for the eternity; for both the genders

Sage

Latin origin; meaning the all-knowing; also a herb

Prometheus

Greek origin; meaning planning or anticipation; named after the Titan who stole fire

Theon

Greek origin; meaning like a God

Tam

Scottish origin; a version of the name Thomas

Truman

English origin; meaning he who is always loyal

Jose

Spanish origin; meaning the will of God or to become large or expand

Lucian

English origin; meaning a ray of light or light

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