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Christian Male boy Baby Names

The following are a collection of Christian baby boy names. Christian refers to Bible names or names derived from biblical words, including the language, origin and meaning rather than Christian simply meaning first name in most Western cultures.

 
  Antonio  
  variant of Anthony. (an-thu-nee) which is an English form of the Roman clan name Antonius. Most famous being the a number of saints such as the Egyptian hermit (251-356), Antony of Padua who is the patron saint of Portugal .  
  Apollos  
  (a-pol-uhs) from the Greek meaning destroyer. Most famous being the gifted teacher in the church at Corinth and appearing in Acts 18:24.  
  Aquila  
  Biblical boys name which originates in (Latin) , appearing in Acts 18:2 and meaning an eagle.  
  Archelaus  
  (ar-kee-lay-uhs) from the Greek meaning "peoples chief". Most famous being the son of Herod who ruled Judea from 4BC to 6AD.  
  Arnaud  
  Variant of Arnold (ar-nuhld) from Old German meaning eagle strength. Most famous being Arnold who served in the court of the Emperor Charlemagne.  
  Arnold  
  (ar-nuhld) from Old German meaning eagle strength. Most famous being Arnold who served in the court of the Emperor Charlemagne.  
  Artemis  
  Male version rooted in the name of the Greek goddess of the moon and hunting whose latin name was Diana.  
  Asa  
  (ay-suh) from Hebrew , appearing in 1 Kings 15:9 and meaning physician; cure. Most famous being the King of Judah who led a religious reformation in his early years.  
  Asaph  
  Biblical boys name which originates in (Hebrew) , appearing in 1 Chron. 6:39 and meaning who gathers together.  
  Asher  
  (a-shur) from Hebrew, appearing in Gen. 30:13 and meaning blessed or happy. Most famous being the eighth son of Jacob.  
  Augustine  
  (aw-gus-teen) originating in the latin for great or venerable. Most famous being two saints, Augustine of Hippo and Augustine of Canterbury.  
  Azariah  
  Biblical boys name which originates in (Hebrew) , appearing in 1 Kings 4:2 and meaning he that hears the Lord.  
  Balthasar  
  (bal-tha-zar) originating in Phoenician ba-al meaning protector of the king. The most famous being one of the wise men who traveled from the East to Jerusalem and then on to Bethlehem to worship the baby Jesus.  
  Barack  
  This isn't in fact a Christian name. It originates Swahili with an Arabic root meaning blessing. It is included in this section due to the similar sounding name to the last (Barak) and of course due to the most famous being Barack Obama, 44th President of the United States  
  Barak  
  (ba-rak) originating in the Hebrew for lightening, appearing in Judges 4:6. Most famous being the Israelite leader who led Israel's mercenaries against Canaanite forces.  
  Barnabas  
  (bah-rnuh-bus) from the Hebrew meaning son of encouragement, appearing in Acts 4:36. A Jewish leader in the early church who encouraged the leaders of the church to accept Saul of Tarsus' conversion as genuine.  
  Barnaby  
  variant of Barnabus - (bah-rnuh-bus) from the Hebrew meaning son of encouragement.  
 
 
  Barney  
  variant of Barnabus - (bah-rnuh-bus) from the Hebrew meaning son of encouragement.  
  Bart  
  shortened version of Bartholomew  
  Bartholomew  
  (bar-thol-uh-mew) originates in (Aramaic) , appearing in Matt. 10:3 and meaning a son that suspends the waters. The most famous being one of the twelve apostles.  
  Bartimaeus  
  (bar-tim-ay-uhs). originates in Aramaic (bar) for son and Greek (timaios) meaning honourable. Most famous being a blind beggar from Jericho who, due to his persistence, recovered his sight from Jesus.  
  Baruch  
  (buh-rook) Biblical boys name which originates in (Hebrew), appearing in Neh. 3:20 and meaning who is blessed. Jeremiahs secretary and companion.  
  Bas  
  Variant of Basil  
  Basil  
  (baa-zil) from Greek and meaning kingly.Cappadocian bishop whose influence on the early church and monasticism resulted in him being regarded as one of the Doctors of the Church. Patron Saint of Russia  
  Benaiah  
  Biblical boys name which originates in (Hebrew) , appearing in 2 Sam. 8:18 and meaning son of the Lord.  
  Benedict  
  (ben-uh-dict) originates in the Latin word benedictus meaning blessed. The name has been (or adopted) by a number of saints  
  Benjamin  
  (ben-juh-min) originates in Hebrew and appears in Gen. 35:18 meaning son of the right hand.  
  Bernard  
  (ber-nard) originates in Germanic, meaning "brave as a bear". Most famous being Bernard of Clairvaux who was a French Abbot. Honored today as the patron saint of cancer victims and also Gibraltar.  
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