Pierce The Veil names

A list of 55 names inspired by American post-hardcore band Pierce The Veil. Anything from band members to song and album titles and lyrics.
  1. Alberto
    • Origin:

      Germanic
    • Meaning:

      "noble, bright"
    • Description:

      Alberto is the Italian, Spanish and Portuguese variation of Albert and lends a more unusual and fashionable edge to this name which is still a grandpa name to many.
  2. Ana
    • Origin:

      Variation of Hannah
    • Meaning:

      "grace"
    • Description:

      Confident and compact, Ana is a widely used variation of the Biblical Hannah. Favored in Spain, Slovenia, Bosnia, Portugal, and Croatia, this shorter spelling has the same substance and versatility of its longer counterparts.
  3. Angel
    • Origin:

      Spanish and English
    • Meaning:

      "angel, messenger"
    • Description:

      Angel is one of those names that has a very different trajectory for girls and boys. As a female name, it was most popular in the US from the 1970s until the turn of this century, almost breaking into the Top 100 at its peak in 2001 but then beginning a long slide down the list.
  4. Antonio
    • Origin:

      Spanish and Italian variation of Anthony
    • Meaning:

      "from Antium"
    • Description:

      Antonio is a Shakespearean favorite -- the Bard used it in no less than five of his plays, and has long been a ubiquitous classic in Spanish-speaking countries, where the nickname Tonio is also prevalent. Antonio is also among an elite group of perennially popular names in the US, where it has always been among the boys' Top 1000 since baby name record-keeping started in 1880.
  5. Breeze
    • Origin:

      Word name
    • Description:

      Most will see this as a refreshing middle name possibility, but Bristol Palin baby daddy Levi Johnston used it as a first name for his new daughter, Breeze Beretta.
  6. Bronx
    • Origin:

      Place name
    • Description:

      Rockers Ashlee Simpson and Pete Wentz put a new baby name on the map when they chose this downscale New York borough name for their son. The Bronx, the place, was named for early Dutch settler Jonas Bronck. Might Bronx become the next Brooklyn? We'd be surprised if it did.
  7. Besitos
    • Cara
      • Origin:

        Latin, Italian, Irish, Spanish, and Portuguese
      • Meaning:

        "dear; friend; face"
      • Description:

        Cara is a simple, sweet, Italian endearment that enjoyed its greatest popularity from the 1970s through the 1990s, reaching a high of Number 189 in 1977. Though the name has been on the decline in recent years, that could change soon due to the rising celebrity of English model/actress Cara Delevingne, who played Enchantress in Suicide Squad. Cara is a highly popular choice in Ireland.
    • Cesar
      • Origin:

        Latin
      • Meaning:

        "head of hair"
      • Description:

        Cesar is the sleeker version of Caesar, as in emperor Julius, used in the US most frequently by Hispanic parents who put the emphasis on the second syllable. With ancient Roman names back in vogue, Cesar might become more popular.
    • Cherry
      • Origin:

        Fruit name
      • Description:

        With other fruity names like Clementine, Olive and Plum ripe for the picking, sweet Cherry remains remarkably underused: just 27 baby girls received the name in 2017, down from 343 at its peak in 1948. The unsavory slang meaning no doubt goes a long way towards explaining its fall from grace.
    • Christopher
      • Origin:

        Greek and Latin
      • Meaning:

        "bearer of Christ"
      • Description:

        Christopher derived from the Greek Christophoros, which is composed of the elements Christos, referring to Christ, and phero, meaning "to bear."
    • Copper
      • Origin:

        English
      • Meaning:

        "a reddish brown mineral"
      • Description:

        More unique than Cooper, and a favorite among pet parents. Copper was the loveable bloodhound from Disney's Fox and the Hound. Keep in mind that Copper is also slang for a policeman.
    • Diamond
      • Origin:

        Gem name
      • Description:

        Diamond sparkled all through the nineties--reaching as high as Number 150 in 1999. Although its shine has diminished quite a bit, it remains in use.
    • Drella
      • Ember
        • Origin:

          French variation of Amber
        • Description:

          Unlike Amber, which is in decline, this name still has a bit of a glow left -- though confusions between the two will inevitably arise.
      • Faith
        • Origin:

          Virtue name
        • Description:

          Faith is one of the most straightforward of the virtue names popularized by the Puritans in the seventeenth century, many parents still choosing it as an indicator of their religious conviction. Faith peaked in 2002 at Number 48.
      • Flora
        • Origin:

          Latin
        • Meaning:

          "flower"
        • Description:

          Flora, the name of the Roman goddess of flowers and spring, who enjoyed eternal youth, is one of the gently old-fashioned girls' flower names we think is due for a comeback— alongside cousins Cora and Dora. Florence, Fiorella, Fleur, and Flower are translations, but we like Flora best of all.
      • Fox
        • Origin:

          Animal name
        • Description:

          Fox is one animal name backed by a longish tradition, and then popularized via the lead character Fox Mulder on X Files. Fox is simple, sleek, and a little bit wild, and could make an interesting middle name.
      • Francisco
        • Origin:

          Spanish, Portuguese
        • Meaning:

          "free man"
        • Description:

          Francisco is one of the more popular Spanish names for boys in the US, which is unsurprising given its popularity back in Spain and Portugal as well as Latin America, coupled with its classic status. It also has a cool hipster vibe to it, given the reputation of the city of San Francisco.
      • Fuentes
        • Origin:

          Spanish
        • Meaning:

          "springs"
        • Description:

          Common Spanish surname with a lively sound and meaning and literary connection to prominent Latin American writer Carlos Fuentes.