Greek Boys Names and Meanings

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Name Origin Meaning M/F Celebrity Baby? Celebrity? Shortlist
Neysa Greek Pure Boy Shortlist
Nicea Greek - Boy Shortlist
Niobe Greek - Boy Shortlist
Nympha Greek Nymph, bride Boy Shortlist
Ocypete Greek - Boy Shortlist
Odelet Greek Little song lyric. Boy Shortlist
Madora Greek Variant of Medea Boy Shortlist
Magaere Greek - Boy Shortlist
MARGERET Greek - Boy Shortlist
Melanthe Greek - Boy Shortlist
Melantho Greek A serving. Boy Shortlist
Keres Greek - Boy Shortlist
Melpomene Greek Mythical muse of tragedy Boy Shortlist
Kolete Greek Little victorious army. Boy Shortlist
Merope Greek - Boy Shortlist
Kore Greek Pure Boy Shortlist
Metis Greek Resourcefulness Boy Shortlist
Kosmo Greek Universal Boy Shortlist
Minta Greek Mint Boy Shortlist
Lachesis Greek In Greek mythology, Lachesis was the second of the three fates. Her job was to measure the thread of life spun by Clotho., Boy Shortlist
Mnemosyne Greek Goddess of memory Boy Shortlist
Lalage Greek Babble. Verbose. Boy Shortlist
Moerae Greek Fate, destiny Boy Shortlist
Lamia Greek An evil spirit who abducts and murders children. Boy Shortlist
Moly Greek An herb Hermes gives to Odysseus to protect him. Boy Shortlist
Laodamia Greek In Greek mythology, she was the wife of Protesilaus, the first Greek to be slain by the Trojans. Granted the chance for one last meeting with her dead husband, she decided she could not live without him and followed him., Boy Shortlist
Mirias Greek - Boy Shortlist
Leucippe Greek A mythological nymph Boy Shortlist
Nausicaa Greek Princess who finds Odysseus shipwrecked on Scheria; She is one of the most charming figures in Boy Shortlist
Leucothea Greek - Boy Shortlist
Nemesis Greek Retribution; the Greek goddess of vengeance Boy Shortlist
Ligia Greek Clear voice Boy Shortlist
Neoma Greek - Boy Shortlist
Halcyone Greek Time of peace, kingfisher; In Greek mythology, Halcyone threw herself into the sea after the death of her husband. Out of pity, the gods changed the pair into kingfishers, or halcyons, and caused the winds to cease blowing during the kingfisher's mating season. The expression "halcyon days" is derived from this myth and means a time of tranquility. Boy Shortlist
Isidora Greek - Boy Shortlist
Halimeda Greek Thinking of the sea Boy Shortlist
Ismene Greek - Boy Shortlist
Harmonia Greek Daughter of Ares, Boy Shortlist
Jacintha Greek - Boy Shortlist
Hecate Greek This is the Greek name for an originally Thracian and Anatolian goddess, first mentioned by Hesiod (ca. 700 B.C.E.). The moon goddess Hecate has then become connected to death and the netherworld, to ghosts and the hounds of hell. Boy Shortlist
Kalliope Greek Beautiful voice Boy Shortlist
Hekuba Greek Mother of Paris and Hector in Greek mythology Boy Shortlist
Keleos Greek - Boy Shortlist
Helle Greek - Boy Shortlist
Hemera Greek - Boy Shortlist
Hesione Greek - Boy Shortlist
Horae Greek Time Boy Shortlist
Hyades Greek Name for the nymphs Boy Shortlist
Eustella Greek - Boy Shortlist
Hydra Greek A dragon killed by Hercules. Boy Shortlist