The hunt for the perfect baby boy’s name is always challenging. We know how moms feel, they believes their babies are so unique and that’s why we think they should these vintage baby boy names that have been forgotten over the years.
Many boy’s first name gained popularity for a short while and eventually disappear for some time. They are by no means unusual, so to speak. They were simply forgotten. Get inspired by these names.
An important biblical figure or the 16th president of the United States who helped end slavery, Abraham is a name for a boy who will go far in life.
A German baby name, Alphonse means “ready for a fight”. No wonder Al Capone’s real name was Alphonse.
Anatole is derived from Anatolius, Greek for “sunrise”. Hopefully your baby Anatole won’t wake you up at sunrise.
If you like French names then we recommend you call your boy Arnaud.
Benjamin has a lot of religious significance but it is also a super cute name.
Many kings have been called Charles. Your son will be your little king!
The name Collin has a long history dating back to medieval times and used to be short for Nicholas.
If you want your son to follow in the footsteps of Edgar Allen Poe, the famous poet, then why not name him after him?
Another kingly name, Edward sounds very posh and sophisticated.
If you are a fan of the Old Testament, you might be interested to know Emmanuel means “God with us”.
Felix means “happy” or “lucky”. A perfect name for a baby boy.
Loved learning French in high school? Name your baby Gustave for some French flavour.
Another name given to many noblemen of yesteryear, Henri will never go out of style.
In Greek mythology, Hector was the chief warrior of the Trojan army. A strong boy will be a great Hector.
A beautiful name with an important religious significance.
Isidore means “strong gift”. The meaning of this name could not be better suited for a newborn baby.
A French name you will probably only hear in France or Canada, you’ll have the only Jules in your neighbourhood.
Léon comes from the Latin name Leo, which means lion.
Many French kings have been named Louis. Are you giving birth to a little king?
The meaning of the name Nathaniel is “Gift of God”. We agree, your son is a beautiful gift.
Oscar is a cute and popular name we love. Do you love it?
Who doesn’t know the story of Romeo and Juliet? Maybe your little Romeo will be very romantic.
Siméon means “obedient” or “listening”. Maybe if you call your son Siméon, he will never disobey you. A mom can dream!
Timothy was a very popular name in the 1960s. It’s time to make this name popular again.
This Roman name means “victor” or “conqueror”. If you want a strong baby boy, Victor can be a great option.
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