Strong Boy Names That Mean Power

Powerful boy names might be those that literally mean power or strength or those that simply sound macho: Rock is an exaggerated example. If you're looking for a decidedly powerful name for your baby boy, consider these boys' names that have strong or powerful in the meaning or give the impression of conventional masculinity. For more on this topic, see our blog on names that mean strength.

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  • Amaury

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    Friendlier french form of ancient Germanic royal name Amalric or Emmerich.Read More 

  • Amzi

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    The name of several minor Biblical characters seems streamlined and modern.Read More 

  • Anders

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    Friendly, unusual, but a decidedly Old Country version of Andrew and one of the classic Scandinavian names. It made a brief... Read More 

  • 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 

  • Angus

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    Angus is rapidly moving from fuddy-duddy, kilt-wearing old Scotsman to hip young American; it's definitely a plausible choice, particularly for parents whose roots go back to Glasgow. The ancient... Read More 

  • Armstrong

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    Last name occasionally used as a first, can be seen as a Lance Armstrong athlete-hero name. 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 

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