100+ Four Syllable Boy Names
Origin:French form of Bartholomew
Description:While Barthelemy does not garner much attention these days, it has a storied history in French-speaking countries. Notable bearers include geologist and explorer Barthélemy Faujas de Saint-Fond, philosopher Jules Barthélemy-Saint-Hilaire, and historian and writer Jean-Barthélemy Hauréau, to name a few.
Description:This herb is also known as cilantro. It's meaning, "bed bug" is on account of its smell, characterized by the ancient Greeks as bed bug-like.
Origin:Italian variation of Peregrine
Description:The water, period.
Meaning:"city of the ancient god Shalem"
Description:Transferred use of the geographical name Jerusalem, which is a sacred city in many religious traditions, including Judaism, Christianity and Islam. It is given to around a dozen babies of each sex per year in the US.
Description:Spirited Italian form of Octavius
Description:If Brave and Valor still aren't quite daring enough for you, the name of King Arthur's legendary sword could make for an enchanting middle name for a boy. It may be related to the Irish Caladbolg, meaning "voracious".
Description:Coined by Shakespeare for the main antagonist in his comedy Twelfth Night, the unfortunate Malvolio’s name literally means “ill will”.
Description:A subtle nature name which would nevertheless make for a bold choice, saint’s name Corbinian derives from Latin corvus (“crow; raven”). It’s a traditional yet rare choice in parts of southern Germany, where it’s usually spelt Korbinian.
Meaning:"related to the god Apollo"
Description:Striking Spanish name derived from the name of the Greek sun god, related to the French Apollinaire.
Origin:French from Latin, place-name
Description:Coriolan is a name sometimes used in modern France, derived from the ancient Roman Coriolanus, taken from a now-vanished city. Gaius Marcius Coriolanus was a Roman general whose life was the basis for the eponymous Shakespeare play Coriolanus.