Cool Boy Names From Around the World

Cool boy names from Italy and Ireland, Scandinavia to the Middle East and beyond include a wide variety of choices. You may want to choose a boys' name that reflects your family's ethnic heritage or represents a culture you love. Or you may simply be looking for unique boys' names and want to consider international names as one source. Here, a selection of cool boy names from around the world.

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  • Teo

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  • Thibault

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    Pronounced TEE-bow, this version, which is also a very common surname in France, has a lot more charm than the name it derives from — Theobald. A variant spelling is Thibaut. ... Read More 

  • Thierry

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    Thierry, which is very popular in France, would make an interesting import; it's somewhat familiar through designer Thierry Mugler and international soccer star Thierry Henry. It almost sounds... Read More 

  • Tibor

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    Commonly heard in the Slavic countries; Tibor has a large measure of continental dash. On The Simpsons, Tibor is a non-English-speaking co-worker of Homer's at the Springfield Nuclear... Read More 

  • Tomasz

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    Though it makes the name more exotic, we'd advise dropping the 'z'.Read More 

  • Torquil

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    Torquil, is a quirky but intriguing option that evolved from an ancient Scandinavian name and was imported into Scotland by the Vikings. The Gaelic form of the name is Torcaill.

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  • Tygo

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    This Dutch form of the ancient Greek saints' name Tycho is in the Top 100 in The Netherlands. While largely unknown in the English-speaking world, it's got a cool sound and ancient roots, which... Read More 

  • Umberto

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    A definite improvement over the English Humbert, Umberto has nevertheless been rarely heard outside the Italian community.

    The writer-semiotician Umberto Eco is a noteworthy namesake.Read More 

  • Vasili

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    Exotic form of Basil that might suit the adventurous. Read More 

  • Willem

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    Common in Holland, the appealing Willem (as in de Kooning and Dafoe) makes William fresh and distinctive.Read More 

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