Latin Boys Names and Meanings

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Name Origin MeaningM/FCelebrity Baby?Celebrity?Shortlist
LeliaLatinWell-spoken; a variant of Eulalia,BoyShortlist
LilisLatinSpirit of the nightBoyShortlist
FATELatinDestinyBoyShortlist
GlauceLatinMurdered by Medea,BoyShortlist
IlionaLatinDaughter of RiamBoyShortlist
IvannaLatin-BoyShortlist
EnyoLatinA mythological goddess of war,BoyShortlist
EosLatinThe dawn,BoyShortlist
DidoLatinThe legendary founder and queen of Carthage; Dido was the subject of Henry Purcell's opera ,BoyShortlist
CALLISTOLatin-BoyShortlist
CelaenoLatinOne of the PleiadesBoyShortlist
CenobiaLatinSign; Queen Zenobia was third century ruler of the wealthy Arabian desert city of Palmyra.,BoyShortlist
ChryseisLatinPrisoner of Agamemnon,BoyShortlist
AmphitriteLatinAunt of AchillesBoyShortlist
AndromacheLatinWife of Hector,BoyShortlist
AstraeaLatinStar maiden; Astraea was the daughter of Zeus and Themis, and a goddess of justice. When the gods abandoned earth, Astraea was the last to leave, becoming the constellation Virgo when she finally did.,BoyShortlist
AutonoeLatinWith a mind of her own; In Greek mythology, she was the daughter of Cadmus and Harmonia and the mother of Actaeon. In Roman lore, she is the mother of Palaemon by Hercules.,BoyShortlist
AeginaLatinMother of Aeacus, who, in Greek mythology, was the first king of Aegina. Aeacus was known for his piety and became a judge in Hades after his death.BoyShortlist
AkilinaLatinGreek/Russian name meaning ' eagle.'BoyShortlist
PygmalionLatinA sculptor and king of Cyprus; According to Greek legend, Pygmalion carved a statue of a beautiful woman from ivory and adored it so much he named her Galatea and prayed for a wife like her. The goddess Aphrodite brought the sculpture to life for Pygmalion, and he and his bride shared a happy life together.,BoyShortlist
RhadamanthusLatinA judge in the underworld of Greek mythology,BoyShortlist
SarpedonLatinKilled by Patroclus during the Trojan War,BoyShortlist
SinonLatinA Trojan soldier.BoyShortlist
PolluxLatinIn Greek mythology, Pollux was the brother of Helen of Troy and a twin of Castor, with whom he forms the constellation Gemini.BoyShortlist
PandarusLatinKilled for breaking a truce,BoyShortlist
LaomedonLatinThe mythological father of Priam, King of Troy,BoyShortlist
IphitusLatinBrother of Iole,BoyShortlist
ErcoleLatinGreat gift.BoyShortlist
EurystheusLatinA cousin of Hercules,BoyShortlist
GanymedeLatinCup bearer to the gods, son of King Tros of Troy; According to Greek mythology, this young, beautiful boy became one of Zeus'' lovers.,BoyShortlist
GlaucusLatinSon of MinosBoyShortlist
HelenusLatinSon of PriamBoyShortlist
CharybdisLatinDaughter of PoseidonBoyShortlist
ChristianoLatinFollower of Christ, A heeler, Consolidator, To unite or combine,To become solid or firm.BoyShortlist
ChrysesLatinPriest of ApolloBoyShortlist
DaphnisLatinA shepherd.BoyShortlist
DardanusLatinFounder of Troy,BoyShortlist
DeiphobusLatinA son of Priam,BoyShortlist
DemodocusLatinA blind hero,BoyShortlist
DeucalionLatinSon of RometheusBoyShortlist
CepheusLatinFather of Andromeda,BoyShortlist
CerberusLatinGuard of HadesBoyShortlist
AnterosLatinMutual love,BoyShortlist
AntilochusLatinSon of NestorBoyShortlist
ArcasLatinSon of Zeus and the nymph Callisto, whom Hera turned into a bear. When hunting one day, Arcas prepared to kill the bear, not realizing it was his mother. Zeus intervened and transformed the two of them into the constellations Ursa Major and Ursa Minor, forever honoring them.,BoyShortlist
AthamasLatinFather of Phrixus and Helle,BoyShortlist
AtreusLatinFather of Agamemnon,BoyShortlist
BellerophonLatinSlew Chimera,BoyShortlist
CalchasLatin-BoyShortlist
CastorLatinBrother of Helen,BoyShortlist