GREEK boy Names

Hello Parents, Welcome to our page, we will suggest you attractive GREEK boy names. From classic choices to modern trends, we have covered different manes with meaning. Selecting a name for your prince is a big decision. Our website has well-versed list of GREEK boy names, along with their origin, meanings and namesakes.

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Here is the List of GREEK Boy names

Achilles Pain, Sorrow Greek Achilles was a Greek hero in the Trojan War, famous for his invulnerability except for his heel.
Adonis Lord Greek Adonis was a beautiful youth loved by Aphrodite in Greek mythology.
Aeneas To praise Greek Aeneas was a Trojan hero in Greek mythology who fled Troy and eventually founded the Roman race.
Agamemnon Resolute and inflexible Greek Agamemnon was a legendary king of Mycenae in Greek mythology who led the Greeks in the Trojan War.
Alastair Defender of the people Greek Alastair is a Scottish form of Alexander.
Alexander Defender of the people Greek Alexander the Great was a king of Macedonia who conquered much of the known world.
Andreas Manly, warrior Greek Andreas is the Greek form of Andrew.
Anthony Priceless one Greek Saint Anthony was a Christian monk and hermit who is the patron saint of lost things.
Apollo Destroyer Greek Apollo was the Greek god of the sun, music, poetry, and prophecy.
Aristaeus Best Greek Aristaeus was a minor Greek god of agriculture and beekeeping.
Aristarchus The best ruler Greek Aristarchus was an ancient Greek mathematician and astronomer.
Aristotelis The best purpose Greek Aristotle was a Greek philosopher who was a student of Plato and tutored Alexander the Great.
Athanasios Immortal Greek Athanasios is the Greek form of Athanasius, a Christian saint and theologian.
Atlas Enduring Greek In Greek mythology, Atlas was a Titan who was condemned to hold up the heavens on his shoulders.
Augustus Great, venerable Greek Augustus was the first Roman emperor and is considered one of the greatest leaders in history.
Basil Regal Greek Saint Basil was a Christian saint and bishop of Caesarea in the 4th century.
Byron From the barns Greek Lord Byron was an English poet and leading figure in the Romantic movement.
Cadmus From the east Greek Cadmus was a legendary founder of Thebes in Greek mythology.
Calix Chalice, cup Greek Saint Calixtus was a pope in the 3rd century.
Castor Beaver Greek Castor was a son of Zeus in Greek mythology who was known for his skill with horses.
Cephas Rock Greek Cephas was the name given to Simon by Jesus in the New Testament.
Chariton Grace, kindness Greek Chariton was a name borne by several early Christian martyrs.
Christos Anointed one Greek Christos is the Greek form of the name Christ.
Cleon Illustrious, famous Greek Cleon was a politician and general in ancient Athens.
Constantine Constant, steadfast Greek Constantine was the name of several Roman emperors, including the first Christian emperor.
Cosmas Order, universe Greek Saint Cosmas was a Christian martyr who lived in the 3rd century.
Damon To tame, subdue Greek Damon was a character in Greek mythology who was known for his friendship with Pythias.
Demetrius Earth-lover Greek Saint Demetrius was a Christian martyr who lived in the 3rd century.
Dion Of Zeus Greek Dion was the name of a god in ancient Greek mythology.
Dionysios Of Dionysus, god of wine Greek Dionysios was a common name in ancient Greece and is associated with the god of wine and fertility.
Diomedes God-like cunning Greek Diomedes was a Greek hero in the Trojan War who was known for his bravery and intelligence.
Dimitri Earth-lover Greek Dimitri is the Russian form of the name Demetrius.
Dorian Of Doris, a region in Greece Greek In Greek mythology, the Dorians were a tribe of Greeks who invaded the Peloponnesus.
Eleftherios Free, independent Greek Eleftherios Venizelos was a prominent Greek statesman who served as Prime Minister several times in the early 20th century.
Elias Yahweh is my God Greek Elias is the Greek form of the name Elijah.
Emrys Immortal Greek Emrys is a Welsh name that is associated with the legendary wizard Merlin.
Endymion To plunge into sleep Greek not found
Epiphanius Manifestation, revelation Greek Epiphanius was a bishop and theologian in the 4th century.
Erasmus Beloved Greek Erasmus of Rotterdam was a Dutch philosopher and theologian who played a key role in the development of humanism.
Eryx King of a city in Sicily Greek Eryx was the name of a city and mountain in Sicily in ancient times.
Euan Good, well-born Greek Euan Blair is the son of former British Prime Minister Tony Blair.
Eudorus Good gift Greek Eudorus was a character in Greek mythology who was known for his physical strength.
Eumenes Of good mind Greek Eumenes was the name of several rulers and generals in ancient Greece.
Euphemios Of good speech Greek Euphemios was a bishop and martyr who lived in the 9th century.
Eustace Fruitful, productive Greek Saint Eustace was a Christian martyr who lived in the 2nd century.
Evander Good man Greek Evander was a character in Roman mythology who was said to have founded the city of Pallantium.
Faust Lucky, auspicious Greek Faust was the name of a character in German legend who made a deal with the devil.
Galen Calm, healer Greek Galen was a Greek physician and philosopher who lived in the 2nd century.
Georgios Farmer Greek Saint George was a Christian martyr who is the patron saint of England.
Gerasimos Old age, honor Greek Gerasimos was a bishop and saint who lived in the 16th century.
Gideon Feller of trees Greek Gideon was a judge and military leader in the Old Testament.
Haris Grace Greek Haris Seferovic is a Swiss professional footballer of Greek descent.
Hector Steadfast Greek Hector was a Trojan prince and warrior in Greek mythology.
Helios Sun Greek Helios was the name of the Greek god of the sun.
Heraclitus Glorious warrior Greek Heraclitus was a philosopher in ancient Greece who is known for his doctrine of constant change.
Herakles Glory of Hera Greek Heracles was a hero and demigod in Greek mythology known for his strength and courage.
Hermes Messenger Greek Hermes was the name of the Greek god of commerce, travel, and thievery.
Hippocrates Horse power Greek Hippocrates was a physician in ancient Greece who is considered the father of Western medicine.
Homer Pledge, hostage Greek Homer was the name of the poet who is credited with writing the Iliad and the Odyssey.
Icarus Imprudent, rash Greek Icarus was a character in Greek mythology who flew too close to the sun with wings made of feathers and wax.
Ilias Jehovah is God Greek Ilias Kanchan is a Bangladeshi actor who has appeared in over 300 films.
Ioannis God is gracious Greek Ioannis Varvakis was a Greek businessman and philanthropist who lived in the 18th century.
Iphigenia Strong-born Greek Iphigenia was a character in Greek mythology who was sacrificed by her father, Agamemnon.
Isidore Gift of Isis Greek Saint Isidore of Seville was a bishop and scholar who lived in the 6th century.
Jason Healer Greek Jason was a hero and leader of the Argonauts in Greek mythology.
Jericho City of the moon Greek Jericho was an ancient city in the Middle East that is mentioned in the Bible.
Julius Youthful, downy Greek Julius Caesar was a Roman general and statesman who played a critical role in the rise of the Roman Empire.
Justin Just, righteous Greek Justin Bieber is a Canadian singer, songwriter, and actor.
Kostas Constant, steadfast Greek Kostas Kenteris is a retired Greek sprinter who won the gold medal in the 200 meters at the 2000 Summer Olympics.
Kyros Master, lord Greek Cyrus the Great was the founder of the Persian Empire in the 6th century BC.
Landon Rough, rocky land Greek Landon Donovan is a retired American professional soccer player who is considered one of the greatest players in U.S. history.
Leander Lion-man Greek Leander was a character in Greek mythology who swam across the Hellespont every night to be with his lover, Hero.
Leo Lion Greek Leonardo da Vinci was an Italian Renaissance artist and inventor who is widely considered one of the greatest geniuses of all time.
Linos Flax Greek Linus was a character in Greek mythology who was known for his musical ability.
Loukas From Lucania Greek Saint Luke was one of the four evangelists who wrote the Gospel of Luke and the Acts of the Apostles in the New Testament.
Lucas From Lucania Greek George Lucas is an American filmmaker and entrepreneur who is best known for creating the Star Wars and Indiana Jones franchises.
Lykos Wolf Greek Lycaon was a character in Greek mythology who was transformed into a wolf as punishment for his cruelty.
Makarios Blessed, happy Greek Saint Makarios was a monk who lived in the 4th century and is known for his wisdom and spiritual writings.
Marcus Warlike Greek Marcus Aurelius was a Roman emperor and philosopher who is known for his book, "Meditations."
Maximos Greatest Greek Maximos the Confessor was a Christian monk and theologian who lived in the 7th century.
Michael Who is like God Greek Michael Jordan is a retired American professional basketball player who is widely considered one of the greatest players of all time.
Miltiades Sweet freedom Greek Miltiades was an Athenian general who led the Greeks to victory against the Persians at the Battle of Marathon in 490 BC.
Nestor Wisdom Greek Nestor was a character in Greek mythology who was known for his wisdom and counsel.
Nikolaos Victory of the people Greek Nikolaos Platon was a Greek philosopher and writer who lived in the 20th century.
Odysseus Wrathful Greek Odysseus was a hero and king of Ithaca who is the protagonist of the Odyssey, one of the two epic poems attributed to Homer.
Orpheus Darkness Greek Orpheus was a musician and poet in Greek mythology who was known for his ability to charm animals and even stones with his music.
Orestes Mountain dweller Greek Orestes was a character in Greek mythology who was the son of Agamemnon and Clytemnestra.
Orion Son of fire Greek Orion is a constellation in the night sky that is named after a hunter in Greek mythology.
Panagiotis "all-holy" Greek Panagiotis Kondylis (Greek philosopher)
Paris "wallet" Greek Paris Hilton (American socialite)
Patroklos "glory of the father" Greek Patroklos (Mythical Greek hero)
Paulos "small" Greek Paulos Faraj Rahho (Chaldean Catholic bishop)
Pavlos "small" Greek Pavlos Melas (Greek army officer)
Periklis "surrounded by glory" Greek Perikles (Athenian statesman)
Perseas "to destroy" Greek not found
Petros "rock" Greek Petros Molyviatis (Greek politician)
Photios "light-bringer" Greek Photios I of Constantinople (Patriarch of Constantinople)
Polykarpos "much fruit" Greek Polycarp (Bishop of Smyrna)
Polydoros "gift of many" Greek Polydoros Vergos (Greek politician)
Prokopios "progressive" Greek Prokopios Pavlopoulos (President of Greece)
Prometheas "forethought" Greek not found
Pythagoras "speaker of truth" Greek Pythagoras (Greek philosopher)
Rhea "flowing stream" Greek Rhea Perlman (American actress)
Rodion "rose" Greek Rodion Malinovsky (Soviet military commander)
Romanos "Roman" Greek Romanos Melodos (Byzantine hymnographer)
Sotirios "savior" Greek Sotirios Kyrgiakos (Greek footballer)
Spiridon "spirit" Greek Spiridon Louis (Greek athlete)
Stamatios "stopper" Greek Stamatios Krimigis (Greek-American scientist)
Stefanos "crown" Greek Stefanos Tsitsipas (Greek tennis player)
Stelios "star" Greek Stelios Giannakopoulos (Greek basketball player)
Stratos "army" Greek Stratos Dionysiou (Greek singer)
Stylianos "pillar" Greek Stylianos Pattakos (Greek military officer)
Socrates "wisdom" Greek Socrates (Greek philosopher)
Spyridon "spirit" Greek Spyridon Marinatos (Greek archaeologist)
Telemachos "far-fighter" Greek Telemachus (Son of Odysseus in Greek mythology)
Thanasis "immortal" Greek Thanasis Antetokounmpo (Greek basketball player)
Theodoros "gift of God" Greek Theodoros Pangalos (Greek politician)
Theodosios "given by God" Greek Theodosius I (Roman Emperor)
Theofilos "lover of God" Greek Theofilos Hatzimichalis (Greek painter)
Themistoklis "glory of the law" Greek Themistocles (Athenian general)
Theodosis "gift of God" Greek not found
Timotheos "honoring God" Greek Timotheus (Bishop of Ephesus)
Titos "honorable" Greek Titos Vandis (Greek actor)
Triantafyllos "rose with three leaves" Greek not found
Triantis "three times holy" Greek not found
Troilos "Trojan" Greek Troilus (Trojan prince in Greek mythology)
Uranos "heaven" Greek Uranus (Greek god of the sky)
Vaggelis "angel" Greek Vaggelis Mantzios (Greek footballer)
Vaios "strong" Greek Vaios Karagiannis (Greek footballer)
Vasilios "royal" Greek Vasilios Kotronias (Greek chess grandmaster)
Venediktos "blessed" Greek not found
Vissarion "abundance" Greek Vissarion Belinsky (Russian literary critic)
Xenon "stranger, guest" Greek Xenon (Greek philosopher)
Xerxes "ruler over heroes" Greek Xerxes I (King of Persia)
Yannis "God is gracious" Greek Yannis Philippakis (Greek musician)
Yorgos "farmer" Greek Yorgos Lanthimos (Greek filmmaker)
Zacharias "remembered by God" Greek Zacharias Papantoniou (Greek writer)
Zakynthos "flower of the east" Greek not found
Zeno "gift of Zeus" Greek Zeno of Elea (Greek philosopher)
Zenon "gift of Zeus" Greek Zenon of Elea (Greek philosopher)
Zephyros "west wind" Greek Zephyrus (Greek god of the west wind)
Zinon "life of Zeus" Greek not found
Zisis "life" Greek Zisis Vryzas (Greek footballer)
Zoe "life" Greek Zoe Laskari (Greek actress)
Zoran "dawn" Greek Zoran Djindjic (Serbian politician)
Zosimos "likely to survive" Greek Zosimos of Panopolis (Egyptian alchemist)
Zoticus "full of life" Greek not found

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