Four-Syllable Boy Names
Origin:French form of Cyriacus
Description:Cyriaque is the French version of Cyriacus, an equally obscure name in the US. Abroad, however, Cyriaque has a few contemporary namesakes, specifically two French footballers: Cyriaque Louvion and Cyriaque Rivieyran.
Origin:Word name from Latin
Description:If January, April and August are useable and fashionable, why not February? February as a word derives from the Latin februa, which was the name of a purification feast coming at the end of winter, to prepare for the coming spring.
Origin:Latin from Greek
Description:Too close to "hilarious."
Meaning:"of the garden"
Description:Hortensio was derived from the Ancient Roman cognomen Hortensius, as were the more familiar names Hortensia and Hortense.
Meaning:"youthful, downy-bearded, or sky father"
Description:A Roman name deriving from Julius, a Roman nomen (family name). Its origin is shrouded in history, but possible roots include Latin iuvenis, meaning "youthfu"; Greek ioulos, meaning “downy-bearded”; or Jovis, a form of Jupiter, which means "sky father".
Description:Variant of Meriwether
Meaning:"son of the black-eyed one"
Description:Sullivan has made itself into a first name and O'Sullivan may well follow suit.
Origin:Finnish variation of Zacharias, Greek
Meaning:"the Lord has remembered"
Description:Commonly shortened to Sakari, which may have broader appeal.
Description:Volumnius was the name of an important politician in Ancient Rome, but his name does not feel very usable in the modern day.