Short Greek Baby Boy Names
Arye — Lion; beautiful individual
Atom — The smallest part of something
Linus — Son of the God Apollo, this is a name from Greek Mythology and means flax
Heron — heron is long legged bird, Greek inventor known as Heron
Kyros — Kyros name means He who is Far Sighted
Atalo — Traits which resemble that the person is youthful
Athos — Other name for Zeus who is the ruler of heaven
Atlas — Name of a Greek god
Plato — A man who is broad-shouldered
Priam — A very brave individual, the name of the King of the Troy
Pylyp — One who is fond of horses.
Taras — Name of Poseidon’s son
Zenon — An older form of Zeno, meaning shine or sky.
Greek Boy Names Ancient
Artjoms — Follower/gift of Artemis. A variant of Artemus.
Xanthos — Yellow
Aeropos — Male form of the name Aerope.
Diodorus — Gift of Zeus
Diodotus — Given by Zeus
Eusebios — He who is pious.
Lycurgus — Work, deed
Zenobios — Life of Zeus
Zephyros — Ancient Greek form of Zephyr. It means the west wind.
Cleofas — One who sees fame, glory and worthy of praise
Dareios — Dareios is the original form of Darius. It means to possess something good.
Filemon — A friendly and loving person
Kallias — Beauty
Kleitos — Splendid, famous
Meliton — Honey
Priamus — A very courageous person, latinized version of the name Priam, the King of Troy
Prokhor — Old Greek – Chorus Leader; One Who Leads the Singers
Greek Male Names For Baby
Alkibiades — Alkibiades is the Greek form of Alcibiades. It means strength or force.
Anaxagoras — Anaxagoras is derived from Greek element anax, which means master, or lord and agora, which means assembly, marketplace.
Andronikos — Andronikos is a form of Andronicus. It means victory of a man.
Athanasios — The immortal divine soul
Democritus — Judge of the people
Eustathius — Well-built, or stable
Xanthippos — Yellow horse
Xenocrates — Foreigner or guest power
Cleisthenes — Glory and strength
Demosthenes — Vigor of the people
Hermokrates — Power of Hermes
Kallikrates — Beautiful power
Aeschylus — Aeschylus originates from the Greek name Aischylos, which means shame.
Epiktetos — Newly acquired
Alexander — Defender of Mankind
Aristotle — Excellent, best thinker; name of a great philosopher
Anakletos — Original Greek form of Anacletus. It means invoked.
Androkles — Greek form of Androcles. It means glory of man.
Thoukydides — The glory of God.
Dionysodoros — Gift of Dionysos
Epaphroditos — He who is lovely and charming.
Themistokles — Glory of the law
Theophylaktos — Watched by god
Greek Names For Baby Baby
Nikias — Victory
Thales — Greek name, means to flourish
Chares — The name is derived from Greek word chari, meaning grace, kindness.
Hermie — Abrupt Or the peak of a mountain
Hesiod — To throw song
Petrov — A form of Peter. It means rock.
Platon — A broad-shouldered person
Hermolaos — The people of Hermes
Isocrates — Equal power
Neophytos — Newly planted
Nikandros — Victory of a man
Theodotus — Given to God.
Theodulos — Manifestation of God
Theodulus — Slave of god
Aftonio — The literal meaning of aftonio means one who does have any jealousy.
Akakios — Akakios is derived from a Greek word meaning innocent or not evil.
Alkaios — Alkaios is Greek form of Alcaeus. It means strength.
Alketas — Strength, a strong man.
Greek Unique Baby Boy Names
Ptonomy — Variant of Ptolemy which means Aggressive or War-like
Zopyros — Glowing
Zosimos — Viable or likely to survive
Zotikos — He who is full of life.
Agapetos — Agapetos is the original form of Agapito. It means beloved.
Epaphras — Foamy
Georgius — One who works as a farmer or planter
Ampelios — Ampelios is the original Greek form of the name Ampelio. It means vine.
Antigonus — The ancient Greek name means against or compared to.
Basileios — Ancient Greek form of Basil, meaning king.
Epiphanes — Appearing, or manifesting
Euphranor — To delight
Euripides — The name refers to the strait between Euboea and Boeotia.
Eustachys — Fruitful
Euthymius — In good spirits
Aniketos — Original form of Anicetus. It means ‘unconquerable’.
Achaikos — Achaikos is the ancient Greek form of Achaicus. It refers to a region in Greece names Achaia.
Damianos — Ancient Greek form of Damian. It means to tame.