A Greek name meaning “defender” or “protector of mankind,” Alastair feels noble.
Derived from Attica, a Greek region surrounding Athens, Atticus is also the name of the protagonist in Harper Lee’s novel To Kill a Mockingbird.
In Latin, Julian means “youthful,” perfect for your forever-young baby.
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Take a cue from famous haute couture designer Yves Saint Laurent, and name your son this sumptuous moniker.
The meaning of Leopold is twofold: “Leo” means “lion,” and “pold” means “bold.” Common among German royalty, Leopold would be an excellent choice for your little prince.
Malachi was, biblically, a prophet and an angel. We foresee this name’s heavenly rise to popularity.
Although in pop culture this name belongs to a cartoon crab and a small horse, it means “revered” in Latin.
Derived from quintus meaning “the fifth,” in the Roman ages, this name was typically bestowed upon the fifth-born child.