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Video Game Names for Boys

Movie- and TV-character names may seem both inspired and inspirational to parents at the beginning of the twenty-first century, but what of the next generation of parents-to-be, those raised not on movies and television but on video games? Their idea of a cool name is sure to be way wilder than that of parents today. Some of these video game character names are more name-worthy than others—can you imagine a baby boy named Kazooie? These names from popular video games will give you an idea of the kind of choices that could inspire the names of your grandchildren. Naming a daughter? Check out our list of video game names for girls.

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  • Aidyn

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    The popularity of Aiden has sparked many creative spellings - this one is understandably towards the bottom of the Top 1000.Read More 

  • Akuji

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  • Akuma

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    Nice baby name with a bad meaning.Read More 

  • Alistair

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    With many British names invading the Yankee name pool, the sophisticated Alistair could and should be part of the next wave. It debuted in the US Top 1000 in 2016. You have a triple choice with... Read More 

  • Alucard

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  • Arc

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    Refers, in literal terms, to a curved line -- as in Martin Luther King, Jr.'s famed "arc of justice." Could also be used as a reference to Joan of Arc -- Arc being, there, derived from her... Read More 

  • Ash

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    Ash has Southern charm plus the arboreal-nature appeal. Plus your little boy will prize Ash as the name of the hero of the Pokemon cartoons. Ash can also be a dashing short form of Asher,... Read More 

  • Banjo

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    When actress Rachel Griffiths chose this highly unusual name for her son, many assumed it was a bizarre invention. But a noted Australian poet (Griffiths is an Aussie) is known by this name. Read More 

  • Cave

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    We have Cove and Canyon—why not Cave?Read More 

  • Cloud

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    Like Sky and Sunshine, this fluffy name from the hippie 1970s has floated back onto the naming radar. Read More 

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