Boys Usable List

These are names that I think are usable for me to use for my future children. Keep in mind that I am a teenager and am not planning on having kids in the near future or using these names any time soon, and it is subject to change. nn= nickname. MN= Middle Name Only. My first names options are in order of current preference. Middle names are in alphabetical order. - Created by HarderToBreathe

  • Ambrose

  • Augustus

    I know it is pretty grand, but with the nn Gus, it isn't as daunting

  • Basil

    Basil is super popular in the Greek community. All of the Greeks I know say Basil as "Bay-sul" unless it is spelled Vasili (which is when the pronounce it Vas-il-ee) never have heard Baz-ul

  • Benedict

    nn Ben

  • Benjamin

    nn Ben

  • Charles

    nn Charlie

  • Cole

    Honoring for my Mom's maiden name (Sounds very similar), MN

  • Constantine

    Related to my name, MN

  • Cyril

  • Dimitri

    nn Mitri

  • Elias

    Family name, MN

  • Ezra

    Now if only I can figure out how to make this work in the Greek community.

  • Felix

    nn Flick

  • Gideon

  • Gregory

    nn Greg

  • Gus

    Short, sweet, and fun. Some say it doesn't age well, but I know a Gus and his name totally works

  • Ilias

    Greek Variant of Elias, MN

  • James

    Honoring my Dad, nn Jem, Jemmy, or Jay

  • Jasper

    nn Jaz is a possibility

  • Jonas

    Would not use nns for this (never Joe or Joey, ugh)

  • Jude

  • Leo

  • Linus

    I'm surprised Linus isn't more popular

  • Luke

  • Nicholas

    Nicholas is my close cousin's name, and we have several other Nick- named people in our family that it would be nice to honor. MN only

  • Paul

    My grandfather's name, my dad's middle, and would've been mine if I was a boy

  • Peter


  • Reagan

    My grandfather idolized Ronald Reagan, so I think this would be a fun way to honor him. MN

  • Samuel

    nn Sammy or Sam

  • Stellan

    Honors my grandmother, Stella, MN

  • Thomas

    Probably wouldn't use a nn, but there's always Tom and Tommy

  • Tobias

    nn Toby or Bo. Trying to figure out how to make it work in the Greek community.

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