Greek Boys Names and Meanings

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Name Origin MeaningM/FCelebrity Baby?Celebrity?Shortlist
NeysaGreekPureBoyShortlist
NiceaGreek-BoyShortlist
NiobeGreek-BoyShortlist
NymphaGreekNymph, brideBoyShortlist
OcypeteGreek-BoyShortlist
OdeletGreekLittle song lyric.BoyShortlist
LaodamiaGreekIn 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.,BoyShortlist
MiriasGreek-BoyShortlist
LeucippeGreekA mythological nymphBoyShortlist
NausicaaGreekPrincess who finds Odysseus shipwrecked on Scheria; She is one of the most charming figures inBoyShortlist
LeucotheaGreek-BoyShortlist
NemesisGreekRetribution; the Greek goddess of vengeanceBoyShortlist
LigiaGreekClear voiceBoyShortlist
NeomaGreek-BoyShortlist
MadoraGreekVariant of MedeaBoyShortlist
MagaereGreek-BoyShortlist
MARGERETGreek-BoyShortlist
MelantheGreek-BoyShortlist
MelanthoGreekA serving.BoyShortlist
KeresGreek-BoyShortlist
MelpomeneGreekMythical muse of tragedyBoyShortlist
KoleteGreekLittle victorious army.BoyShortlist
MeropeGreek-BoyShortlist
KoreGreekPureBoyShortlist
MetisGreekResourcefulnessBoyShortlist
KosmoGreekUniversalBoyShortlist
MintaGreekMintBoyShortlist
LachesisGreekIn Greek mythology, Lachesis was the second of the three fates. Her job was to measure the thread of life spun by Clotho.,BoyShortlist
MnemosyneGreekGoddess of memoryBoyShortlist
LalageGreekBabble. Verbose.BoyShortlist
MoeraeGreekFate, destinyBoyShortlist
LamiaGreekAn evil spirit who abducts and murders children.BoyShortlist
MolyGreekAn herb Hermes gives to Odysseus to protect him.BoyShortlist
GelasiaGreekInclined to laughterBoyShortlist
HypermnestraGreekOne of the Danaides, fifty daughters of DanausBoyShortlist
GiancintaGreekHyacinthBoyShortlist
HypsipyleGreek-BoyShortlist
GregorianaGreekObservantBoyShortlist
InoGreek-BoyShortlist
HaideeGreekHaidee was created by Byron for a character in his poemBoyShortlist
IrtaGreek-BoyShortlist
HalcyoneGreekTime 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.BoyShortlist
IsidoraGreek-BoyShortlist
HalimedaGreekThinking of the seaBoyShortlist
IsmeneGreek-BoyShortlist
HarmoniaGreekDaughter of Ares,BoyShortlist
JacinthaGreek-BoyShortlist
HecateGreekThis 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.BoyShortlist
KalliopeGreekBeautiful voiceBoyShortlist
HekubaGreekMother of Paris and Hector in Greek mythologyBoyShortlist