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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.

  Biblical boys name which originates in (Hebrew) , appearing in Job 2:11 and meaning old friendship.  
  (blayz) probably originates in Latin blaseus which means lisping. Most famous being the fourth century Armenian Bishop and Martyr.  
  (blayn) originates from Gaelic "blaan" which means yellow. Probably the most famous is the Scottish Bishop from the late 6th Century who founded the monastery at Dunblane.  
  (boh-az) Biblical boys name which originates in (Hebrew) , appearing in Ruth 2:1 and meaning in strength.  
  (bon-ee-fas) origiantes in the Latin meaning "doer of good". Most famous was the English missionary and martyr completing most of his work in Germany.  
  (BO-ris) originating in Russian and meaning flight. Christian martyr who died in 1015.  
  (BO-tolf) a name with uncertain origin but may be Germanic or Old English. Most famous being the 7th Century saint .  
  (Bren - duhn) originating in the Irish Breanainn from Gaelic meaning prince. Most famous being Brendan the Voyager, an Irish Abbot. Has become the patron saint of sailors.  
  (BRY-uhn) originating in the Irish word for hill. Most famous being the Blessed Brian Lacey, who, born in England was betrayed by his brother for being a (Roman) Catholic  
  (BREW-no) originating in the Germanic meaning brown. Most famous was the priest who erected a modest church near Grenoble which was to become the the first home of the Carthusian monks.  
  (br-ice) a Christian boys name of uncertain origin. Most famous being the French Bishop who founded several religious establishments.  
  (Kad-muhn) whose origins are uncertain but likely to be Olde English. Most famous was the 7th Century, Anglo-Saxon poet, who cared for the animals at the double monastery of Streonæshalch (Whitby Abbey) during the abbacy (657–680) of St. Hilda (614–680),  
  (see-zur) originating most likely in the Latin caesaries which means hair. A number of Roman Emperors took thsi title and many of these are mentioned in the Bible e.g. Augustus in Luke 2:1 and Claudius in Acts 11:28  
  (kayn) originating in the Hebrew meaning acquired although some sources will quote the meaning as being possesion. Most famous being Adam and Eve's eldest son who murdered his brother Abel in Gen. 4:1  
  (kay-leb) originates in the Hebrew meaning dog. Appears in Numbers 13:6 and the most famous being one of the twelve Israelite leaders sent by Moses to explore the promised land.  
  (kuh-mill-us) originally thought to be of Latin origin due to its use in Roman times but more likely to be of Etruscan origin. the meaning remains, however, unclear. Most famous being the Italian priest who is now venerated as the patron saint of nurses and the sick.  
  (kas-purr) originating in the Dutch Jasper but ultimately from Persian meaning treasurer. Most famously the name fo oen of the wise men (Magi) who followed the leading star and came to worship the baby Jesus. Referred to in Matthew 2 : 1-12. The other names of the wise men were Melchior and Balthasar.  
  male form of Cecilia which originates in the Latin word caecus meaning blind.  
  (sel-es-teen) originates in the Latin word caelestis meaning heavenly. Most famous being the Italian Pope, born in Campania, he was Pope from 422 to his death in 432AD. Celestine the fifth (V) was also the only Pope to leave his post voluntarily until the recent "retiral" of Benedict XVI  
  (chad) originating from the Old English name of Ceadda which possibly had its origins in the Celtic word cad meaning battle.English Bishop of York (dies 672) was perhaps the most famous as the name was not particularly popular until the late 1960's.  
  (char-lz) originates in a Germanic word meaning man. There are a number of saints with the name Charles such as Charles of Sezze, Charles Borromeo and Charles de Foucauld amongst others. A number of Kings also share this name as do a number of more modern "famous" such as naturalist Charles Darwin (1809-1882), novelist Charles Dickens (1812-1870) who wrote such works as 'Great Expectations' and 'A Tale of Two Cities', French statesman Charles de Gaulle, leader of the Free French during WW2 (1890-1970), and American cartoonist Charles Schulz (1922-2000), the creator of the 'Peanuts' comic strip  
  (Kris-chun) originating in the Latin word Christianus. Used first as a nickname in the mainly Gentile churches at Antioch in Syria. Surprisingly the word Christian appears only three times in the Bible (depending on which version/translation you use), but in most it is three times: Acts 11:26, Acts 26:28, and 1 Peter 4:16  
  (Kris-tuh-fer) originating in the Late Greek name Χριστοφορος (Christophoros) meaning "bearing Christ", derived from Χριστος (Christos) combined with φερω (phero) "to bear, to carry". Most famous being the Martyr of Lycia. Unfortunately little is now known of the martyr other than he became st Christopher, patron saint of travelers.  
  masculine form of Clare. From the Latin title Clarensis which belonged to members of the British royal family or from the Latin clarus meaning clear or bright.  
  (clawd) originates in the Latin Claudus meaning lame or crippled. Most famous being the Jesuit priestClaude la Colombiere.  
  Biblical boys name which originates in (Latin) , appearing in Acts 11:28 and meaning lame.  
  (KLE-ment) originates in the Latin Clemens meaning mild. Most famously the name of several Popes (the Bishop of Rome)  
  (KLEE-uh-pus) originating in the Greek Cleopatros which means "fame of the father". Most famously one of two disciples to whom Jesus appeared to on the road to Emmaus (Luke 24:13 - 32).  
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