Currently, a trendy suffix is ‘o’, so in this post I present to you some lovely ‘o’ boys names, some of which you may have heard of, others you won’t.
– Italian meaning lover of God.
– Italian variation of Aurelius, meaning Golden One.
– German name meaning brown. Popular throughout Europe, currently #861 in the US.
– Italian from Latin meaning lame. Featured in two Shakespeare plays, Much Ado About Nothing and Measure For Measure.
– Greek name meaning universe. The youth of today will likely associate the name with the ditzy, yet lovable character from Fairly Odd Parents.
– Spanish variaton of James, currently enjoying some popularity, placing it at #75. Dora the Explorer’s cousin is a bearer.
– English parents will likely associate this name with bumbling Hugo from cult comedy show Vicar of Dibley. It’s a German name meaning mind, intellect, and currently sits at #409.
– Not only benefitting form the ‘o’ trend, but also the name trend of place names. Indio is the name of a Californian desert town.
– German name meaning yew wood, archer. This is a more energetic name than Ivor.
– Hebrew name meaning preeminence. It was also the name of Moses’ father-in-law.
– This name has Latin origins and means lion. Currently #209.
– Spanish variation of Matthew that means gift of God. #229.
– German name meaning mind, peaceful, calm. #451.
– Spanish name meaning from Navarre. It’s also a surname in the Basque Kingdom, helping it appeal the surname trend as well as the place name one.
– Greek name, can either stand alone or be a nickname for a Nico- name, such as Nicolo, Nicodemus or maybe even Nicholas. Thus, this name’s popularity could be helped along be appealing the the nickname trend. #585.
– Italian version of Roland, and means famous throughout the land. British actor Orlando Bloom shows this name isn’t necessarily for Italians only. Used by Shakespeare, and is currently # 410.
– Spanish variation of Paul. Artist Picasso was a famous bearer. #344.
– Spanish variation of Peter, and currently not far behind in popularity at #268 (Peter is at #191)
– Not only a cute moniker, but also the name of a town associated with gambling. That never stopped place names such as Rio, though.
– Charming Italian version of Thaddeus. Personally, this version looks to have more youth than the first.