Fashion is a cycle. What is out of fashion few decades back will be trending now. That is what fashion is. Right now old-fashioned baby names are coming into fashion and ironically parents are choosing vintage names for their babies. Naming your baby is one of the biggest decisions you’ll make as a new parent. So take your time, browse through baby name ideas, analyse all the aspects and start making a shortlist of your favourites. If you want to name your baby boy with a good old fashioned name, here are the best old fashioned names for baby boys.
21 Best Old Fashioned Names for Baby Boys
Meaning: Noble, bright
Famous namesakes: Albert Einstein, Actor Albert Finney
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Meaning: carried by God
Famous namesakes: Famous character in novels by author George Eliot and Thomas Hardy.
Meaning: gift of God
Famous namesakes: American writer Theodr Suess Geisel (Dr Seuss), US President Theodre Roosevelt
Meaning: near the stony clearing
Famous namesakes: Actor Stanley Tucci, American film director Kubrick
Origin: French and English
Meaning: Saint Denis
Famous namesakes: Australian painter Sidney Nolan, American actor Sidney Poitier
Famous namesakes: Actor Ray Romano, American short story author Raymond Carver
Meaning: Wolf Counsel
Famous namesakes: Fashion designer Ralph Lauren, author Ralph Waldo Emerson and American actor Ralph Macchio
Origin and meaning: It is French surname from place name Perci-en-Auge
Famous namesakes: American singer Percy Sledge and composer Percy French.
Meaning: friend of deer or spear of God
Famous namesakes: American actor Oscar Isaac, Playwright Oscar Wilde.
Meaning: strong as a bear
Famous namesakes: Playwright George Bernard Shaw, St Bernard and presidential nominee Bernie Sanders.
Origin: French and German
Meaning: free man
Famous namesakes: Charlie Sheen, actor Charlie Chaplin, jazz musician Charles Mingus and many Royal kings.
Famous namesakes: Robert Clarence Irwin, Dutch footballer Clarence Seedorf.
Meaning: river Clyde
Famous namesakes: Actors Catherine Keener and Dermot Mulroney have a son named Clyde.
Meaning: form South Munster
Famous namesakes: Nobel Peace Prize-winner Bishop Desmond Tutu, Reggae singer Desmond Dekker.
Meaning: serious, resolute
Famous namesakes: Novelist Ernest Hemingway.
Meaning: fortunate protector
Famous namesakes: English astronomer Edmund Halley, New Zealand mountaineer Sir Edmund Hillary.
Meaning: Frenchman or free man
Famous namesakes: Musician Frank Zappa and American singer Frank Sinatra
Meaning: peaceful ruler
Famous namesakes: English novelist Frederick Forsyth, actor and dancer Fred Astaire
Famous namesakes: Composer George Gershwin, Beatles guitarist George Harrison, Irish playwright George Bernard Shaw.
Meaning: renowned warrior
Famous namesakes: American jazz trumpeter Louis Armstrong
Meaning: foreigner, stranger
Famous namesakes: William Wallace, leader during Scottish wars of Independence.
Meaning: estate ruler
Famous namesakes: US author Henry David Thoreau, Prince Henry (Harry), English sculptor Henry Moore.