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Boy Names Ending in J

TajHeart

  • Origin:

    Arabic
  • Meaning:

    "crown"
  • Description:

    Taj is a cool-sounding name reflecting the magnificence of the seventeenth-century Indian Taj Mahal, chosen by Aerosmith's Steven Tyler for his son.

KajHeart

  • Origin:

    Danish
  • Meaning:

    "earth"
  • Description:

    Kaj is a name that looks great on paper, but while it's pronounced with to rhyme with rye, it is sure to be pronounced by most people to rhyme with "raj" or, much worse, "Madge".

TahjHeart

  • Origin:

    Variation of Taj, Arabic
  • Meaning:

    "crown"
  • Description:

    More common than steamlined Tahj, thanks to actor Tahj Mowry, brother of Tia of Tamara.

MaciejHeart

  • Origin:

    Polish variation of Matthew, Hebrew
  • Meaning:

    "gift of God"
  • Description:

    The pronunciation barrier looms large, but Maciej has such a pleasant sound, we think it deserves a second look.

SirajHeart

  • Origin:

    Arabic
  • Meaning:

    "light, lamp"
  • Description:

    Worldly and evocative.

SahajHeart

  • Origin:

    Hindi
  • Meaning:

    "natural"
  • Description:

    Soft and rhythmic.

DevrajHeart

  • Origin:

    Hindi
  • Meaning:

    "ruler of the gods"
  • Description:

    An imposing meaning, an appealing sound.

MatejHeart

  • Origin:

    Slovak, Slovene, and Croatian variation of Matthew
  • Meaning:

    "gift of God"
  • Description:

    Central European form of Matthew.

MajHeart

  • Origin:

    Slovene
  • Meaning:

    "May"
  • Description:

    The Slovene name for the month of May. It is used as a male name, which is unusual given that most translations are connected to the goddess Maia and considered to be feminine.

SemajHeart

  • Origin:

    Variation of James, English from Hebrew
  • Meaning:

    "supplanter"
  • Description:

    Popular enough in the Indian community to have made it onto the US Top 1000 every year from 2001 to 2014, possibly inspired by Jamaican activist Leachim Semaj (born Michael James).

VirajHeart

  • Origin:

    Sanskrit
  • Meaning:

    "sovereign, excellence, splendor"
  • Description:

    Viraj is a Hindu mythological name for a figure associated with creation. Viraj is becoming more popular in the US, still mostly among parents of Indian descent.