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Okay, I'm sure by now you've been on a few baby names sites, and I bet your fingers are sore from repeatedly hitting the next button to see the next 10 names right? This was one thing we noticed when searching for our daughters name a few years ago. Who has time for that? On our site, we put all the names for each begining letter all on the same page! This will save you lot's of time, and prevent hand cramping while searching for the perfect baby name. Enjoy!
 
25 Amazing Boy Names That Get Overlooked
Are you looking for a underrated baby name that is unique and off the radar? We have rounded up some seriously cool and underrated baby names that will have your friends envious over your unique baby name choice.
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Zander
This Greek name just screams rugged and irresistible. Xander (also spelled Zander) means defender of man, or warrior. This meaning is perfect for a little boy. This name is growing in popularity each year. This name is very manly, and we picture this name perfect for a little boy who takes beef from no one. This is a great choice if you love the name Alexander, but that is too old fashion for your liking. This modern name is one that goes well with many middle names such as: Xander Riley, Xander Cade, Xander Joseph or even Xander James.
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Xavier
Xavier was chosen for their sons by Donnie Wahlberg and Tilda Swinton-- as well as for the middle name of Larenz Tate's son Miles and Kim Fields' Quincy. Many Americans pronounce the iniitial X, as in ex-ZAY-vee-er, but it's equally accepted to pronounce the name ZAY-vee-er, closer to the French pronunciation.The Spanish classic Javier, pronounced HAH-vee-ay, has come into greater prominence via Oscar-winning Javier Bardem. Trivia note: the X-men comics introduced the kreeatif spelling Xzavier.
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Levi
Levi, lighter and more energetic than most biblical names, with its up vowel ending, combines Old Testament gravitas with the casual flair associated with Levi Strauss jeans. In the Old Testament, Levi was the third son of Leah and Jacob, from whom the priestly tribe of Levites descended; in the New Testament, Levi was Matthew's given name before he became an apostle. In the Thomas Hardy novel Far from the Madding Crowd, Levi Everdene is the father of the heroine. Levon is a related name.
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Beckett
Origin of Beckett: English and Irish - Beckett is one of the big baby name hits of the decade. A handsome name with an attractively brisk sound, and rich in literary associations via major Irish playwright Samuel Beckett, it is especially hot among celebs. Melissa Etheridge jump-started the trend in 1998, followed by Conan O'Brien, Stella McCartney, Malcolm McDowell, Nicole Sullivan and Natalie Maines.
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Ryker
Ryker is a great option if you or someone you know is looking for a baby boys name with personality. Ryker means strong power, or to become rich. Most parents want their children to become financially successful in their future, and this baby name could hopefully give their son a boost at becoming such. We picture someone named Ryker to be successful, intelligent and motivated. Ryker is name that grows great as a boy ages to a man. Ryker of course has the adorable nickname Ry. Ryker can also be spelled Riker depending on what you prefer.
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Maximus
If you are on the lookout for a name that has the greatest meaning, where else to turn but the name Maximus, which actually means greatest. This name has a very strong and classic sound and meaning and would be perfect for any baby boy. This is another name that will grow with a little boy into a man. Maximus used to be a Latin title of honor given to successful military commanders. There is history behind this name that can add to how great your little boy will be. Many people have seen the movie Gladiator, where the character Maximus is a very powerful character in the film. The name Maximus will likely get shorted to Max by his peers, which is also a super cute and fun nick name.
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Cason
Cason's entire raison d'etre: It's a rhyming variation on the popular Jason, Mason and Brayson. Casen, Kasen and Kason also have crept into the Top 1000 in recent years.
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Dallas
The name Dallas is a Celtic baby name. In Celtic the meaning of the name Dallas is: Dwells by the waterfall. For those Americans reading this (and I assume that's most of you reading this), it shouldn't take you very long to figure out just where the name Dallas comes from. Or at least where it most recently comes from. That would be from the Texas city of Dallas named after the Vice President G.M. Dallas (1792-1864). This used to actually be a Scottish Surname which meant "belonging to Dallas" or "from Dallas". The Gaelic elements of that name are daily meaning "field" and eas meaning "a waterfall". So, its basic meaning is "the waterfall field". Not something I'm sure you thought of for any of you parents who have been toying with the name Dallas for your little boy. But now you know all the more. A little history lesson for you.
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Julius
Immortal through its association with the ancient Caesar (it was his clan name), Julius may still lag behind Julian, but is definitely starting to make a comeback, and in fact feels more cutting edge, in line with the current trend for Latin -us endings. A common Christian name in Roman times—as in Pope Julius I—it was rarely used in English speaking countries until the nineteenth century. Some Julius connections: basketball great Julius "Dr. J" Erving, characters in the Artemis Fowl book series and television show Everybody Hates Chris, Groucho Marx's birth name, the comic monkey created by Paul Frank, and the Orange Julius drink.
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Preston
Transferred use of the surname meaning "from Preston." The name is derived from the English place-name composed of the Old English elements préost (priest) and tūn (town, settlement, village): hence, "the priest's village."
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Nolan
Nolan is one of the rising Irish surname names, in the spirit of Conan and Ronan, partially inspired by pitcher Nolan Ryan-- who was named Lynn at birth, after his father. Nolan is a cheerful, friendly traditional Irish surname with the appropriate meaning of "champion." Namesakes include fashion designer Nolan Miller and young Nolan Gould, who plays Luke on Modern Family. Nolan Ross is a character on Revenge; comic actress Molly Shannon named her son Nolan.
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Kolton
The name Kolton is a German baby name. In German the meaning of the name Kolton is: Coal town. This inventive spelling is part cowboy and part Kardashian.
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Anders
Anders is the Scandinavian version of the name Andrew, which means "strong and manly." It is the equivalent of the Greek, Andreas, which means "man." For parents looking for something with a masculine meaning, but want something a little more rare and fresh, Anders is it!
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Easton
Easton is English for "east facing place." It was often used as an English surname and place name. It's actually been being used for both genders, though it isn't ranked for girls just yet. Easton is one of the newer names in the directional name trend, but is outperforming others like it like Weston. Country star Easton Corbin wears this name well.
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Wyatt
Wyatt is an English surname name that means "brave at war." Any boy, teenager, and man will totally appreciate the meaning of this name! Wyatt Goldie Hawn, Kurt Russell, Sheryl Crow and Mila Kunis and Ashton Kutcher all chose Wyatt for their sons.
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Aiden
Aiden is Irish for "little and fiery." It's perfect for your fiery little guy! Aidan derives from the Celtic god of sun and fire called Aodh. Traditionally, Aiden is spelled Aidan in Ireland. Even the original spelling has a great success story here in the states.
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Liam
Liam is the Irish short form of William, which means "resolute protector." Any little boy would be proud to be named a protector! Liam Neeson isn't a bad name bearer either. Liam has been chosen by Tori Spelling, Calista Flockhart, Rod Stewart, Kevin Costner and Craig Ferguson for their sons. In the US it has a firm place in the top 100. It is also ranked in the top 100 in Scotland, England, Ireland, The Netherlands, Germany, Sweden, Spain, New Zealand and Australia! Liam is an international sensation!
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Barret
The real reason that Barrett is on this list is its meaning. Barrett is German for "bear strength." Now, what little boy wouldn't love to have a name that means "bear strength? This name is definitely one he will brag about. You can just picture a little boy playing outside pretending to use his bear strength. Barrett has been getting a little more respect from American parents over the last few years. It's definitely becoming a firm contender among baby boy names.
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Talon
If you want a name for your sweet little boy that stands out and makes a bold statement, Talon is a great choice. This name is tough, tenacious, powerful and very manly. This is a name that is modern and not commonly used and is primarily a name used in the States. Talon means a large claw of a bird of prey. This name is unique and has a very strong and masculine feel that will not blend into the crowd of the typical names. We picture a boy named Talon loving the outdoors and being a man with a tough attitude but a heart of gold.
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Brock
Brock is a name that sounds tough, strong and super cool. When we picture a Brock, we picture someone who does not take being pushed around from anyone and who will be a leader. The name Brock simply means badger, which is not as cool of a meaning as many on this list, but it makes up for it in other ways. Brock sounds like a future football star or even leader of the debate club. This is a name that stands out and will make your little boy noticed.
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Jedrek
Jedrek is every boy's dream name. Though it hasn't entered American lists just yet, Jedrek actually has had 14 occurrences in the U.S., putting it at the #6145 baby boy name in 2016. You can't get any more rare than that! Actually, that more than doubles the number of boys given the name the previous year. Jedrek is Polish and means "strong, manly, and brave. From Greek it's translated as "man, warrior." Having a name with this moniker's meaning is a little boys dream! Jedrek is a great choice for parents looking for a distinct and unique name that has a strong meaning that he is sure to be proud of. It's obvious why this one made the list, but we love it even more because it couldn't be more underused on American soil.
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Deacon
Deacon is a name of Greek origin that means "messenger, servant." Originally a word for an office in various religions, Ryan Phillippe and Reese Witherspoon helped give this heavenly name a shove into the spotlight when they selected it for their son. Nashville character Deacon Claybourne solidified it as a name that is nothing if not effortlessly cool. Let's also not forget the King of Queens character Deacon Palmer played by Victor Willims :)
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Grayson
Grayson is a name of English origin that means "son of the bailiff" or "son of a steward". Over the last few years, Grayson has become an oft-used boys' name, as well as a gender-neutral choice that is being selected more and more often for little ladies. Alternate spellings of this name include Gracen, Greyson or Gracyn. Adore the name Grayson? Similar names to consider include Logan, Landon and Austin.
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Kenyon
The first thing I'm sure many of you think of when hearing the name Kenyon is the idea that perhaps you would be referring to the country of Kenya and the notion that your son is "of Kenya" but this name is actually very different. This is traditionally an Irish surname. It has been Anglicized as well, of course, and take three pieces from Irish Gaelic. Coinin, meaning "rabbit", Ceann, meaning "head", and fhionn meaning "white, fair". It's a pretty interestingly pieced together name which I guess ultimately means "the pretty rabbit head". A strange thing to call your son, I admit. But Kenyon is kind of a cool name. And if you're some sort of hippie-ish family, it might suit to name your son after a fair little creature of the forest.
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Roman
Roman is one of those names that when you hear you think, wow cool name. Of course, Roman Polanski is one of the most famous modern day men who bear the name, with it being used for various characters on the screen also, including Roman Godfrey from Hemlock Grove and Roman Pearce from The Fast and The Furious series. It's a relatively striking name so it really shouldn't be a surprise that it's a hit and so popular in the last decade. Molly Ringwald, Francis Ford Coppola, Debra Messing and Cate Blanchett all named their sons Roman. The argument for resisting certain baby names tends to lie in its popularity. But rarely are popular names as quirky as Roman. If you absolutely can't refrain from using this ever popular name, try pairing it with a middle name that adds that little edge of individuality.
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