Boy Names That Mean Powerful

To give your son an extra measure of strength, choose one of these baby boy names that mean powerful.
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  • Andre

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    One international form that's been familiar in the English-speaking world for decades. Read More 

  • Andreas

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    Andreas is a beautiful name, with the patina of an Old Master painting, one that could make an exotic namesake for an Uncle Andrew.

    In Europe, Andreas is currently in the Top 20 in... Read More 

  • Andrew

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    Andrew is among the most appealing classic boys' names, with more character and charm than James or John. And there's a host of Andrew-inspired nicknames: Andy makes it friendlier, while Drew adds... Read More 

  • Arnold

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    Strange as it may now seem, the venerable St. Arnold was a Greek by birth, a musician who became a member of the court of Charlemagne. The name is said to have been introduced into Britain by the... Read More 

  • Arsenio

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    Long considered Mr. Hall's exclusive property, it's now ready to be adopted by others. Read More 

  • Brian

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    Brian, has long been among the most popular of the Irish imports for boys. It landed on the US popularity list in 1925, entered the Top 100 where it remained for 60+ years, reaching the Top 10 in... Read More 

  • Ethan

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    Ethan, which was given a big boost via the name of the Tom Cruise character in the Mission Impossible film series, is now the sixth most popular boys' name in the country, dropping down... Read More 

  • Everett

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    Everett is a statesmanlike, wintry New England name chosen by over 3000 parents last year, when it shot up to Number 135, a fashion leap that can be credited to its similarity to trendy girls'... Read More 

  • Griffith

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    A classic Welsh name, softer than the Irish Griffin, but its lispy ending makes it a bit more difficult to say -- and live with. Read More 

  • Harvey

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    Following a huge revival in England, the U.S. has seemed to pick up on the Harvey trend -- it has risen five years in a row.

    Harvey previously had a respectable run as a Top 100 name in... Read More 

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