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25 Perfect Baby Names For A Blue-Eyed Boy

Choosing a name for a little one isn’t the easiest task in the world for everyone. There is so much that goes into choosing the right name. Moms have to make sure that it is something they absolutely adore. Since there are thousands upon thousands of names to choose from, sometimes it’s hard to decide.

Some moms have to make sure that their partner is also okay with the name that they choose as well. Some parents look for names having to do with something specific. Today, there is a wonderful list of names to help aid in choosing a name for a blue-eyed boy. It doesn’t really get more specific than that, does it?

Although, even if your baby isn’t going to have blue eyes, the names on this list are just fabulous and you may decide to choose one off of this list anyway. But if you suspect that your baby boy will have blue eyes, this list is beyond perfect!

25 Aaron

Aaron is the perfect name for any blue-eyed little boy. It is of Hebrew origin and means, “strong” and “exalted.” There are about 580,000 people who have this lovely first name. If you’re a millennial, when you hear the name Aaron, you may think of the singer and younger brother of the Backstreet Boy Nick Carter, Aaron Carter. Aaron is at number 54 on the Most Popular Boy Names list, number 86 on the Classic Boy Names list, and number 11 on the Hebrew Boy Names list.

24 Brandon

Brandon is a name that was very common when us millennials were growing up. I must have gone to school with five different boys with this name, and three out of five of them were blonde haired with blue eyes. Brandon is of Celtic, English, Irish, Scottish, and Welsh origins. It simply means, “king.” Boy’s with this name tend to be fun loving individuals. Bam Margera’s first name happens to be Brandon. This name is at number 42 on the Most Popular Boy Names list, number 22 on the Fastest Rising Boy Names list, number 2 on Names Inspired by 90210, and number 14 on the English Boy Names list.

23 London

London is a very beautiful, unique, and rare name. Since 1880, there have only been 604 babies who were given London as their first name at birth. It also happens to be a gender-neutral name, which means that even if you don’t know your baby’s gender yet, you could still choose this name for your little one. It is of Celtic, English, and Latin origins. London means, “wild and bold” or “river that is too wide to cross.” People with this name are usually extremely bright and uplifting individuals.

22 Landen

Landen is the perfect name for a baby boy with blue eyes. It is of English origins and it happens to mean, “From the long hill.” It’s not the most interesting meaning in the world, but don’t let that take from the beauty of this name. There are about 24,000 babies who were born with the first name Landen. People with this name tend to be very adventurous and easygoing. It is at number 76 on the Modern Boy Names list.

21 Wyatt

Wyatt is a very beautiful name, that I personally have fallen in love with. It is of English, and French origins and means, “tough in war” or “son of Guy.” There are about 148,000 babies who were with the first name Wyatt. People with this name make great problem-solvers, and they also tend to be high achievers. There is nothing that Wyatt’s can’t achieve because they are such hard workers. It is at number 39 on the Boy Names of the 2010s list, number 12 on the Modern Boy Names list, and number 99 on the English Boy Names list.

20 Carter

 

Carter is a fantastic name for a little blue-eyed boy. Although, it is a gender-neutral name. This means that if a mom doesn’t know her baby’s gender yet, this name would be a great fit regardless if she is having a boy or a girl. Carter is of English origin and it means, “one who transports goods in a cart; a carrier.” There are about 154,000 babies who were gifted this first name at birth. People with this name are usually highly intuitive and extremely bright individuals. The rapper Lil Wayne’s last name happens to be Carter as well as former Wonder Woman, Linda Carter.

19 Bryce

 

Bryce is a great name to give a baby boy who may have blue eyes. It is of Celtic, Gaelic, Scottish, Welsh, and English origins. The meaning of this name is, “speckled, zealous, alert.” Boys with this name tend to act like tough guys, but they usually have a wonderful heart. They also tend to make amazing athletes. There are about 115,000 babies who were born with the first name Bryce. It is the 593rd most popular name of all time. Bryce is at number 28 on the Boy Names Unique to The Rockies list.

18 Jaylin

Jaylin is a fabulous gender-neutral name that you could choose for your little boy. It is of American origin, and if you suspect that your little boy will have blue eyes, the meaning of this name is the perfect fit since its meaning is a beautiful blue colored jaybird. You could give your son the nickname Jey, which also happens to mean a blue crested bird. Doesn’t Jaylin just fit perfectly for blue eyes? We think so too! There are only about 17,000 babies who were born with this first name Jaylin. The most popular year for this name was back in 2002 when there was a total of 675 babies born with this first name in that single year. Jaylin is unique and very beautiful.

17 Brian

Brian is another name that was very popular when we were growing up – if you’re a millennial, of course. It is of Celtic, Gaelic, and Irish origin. It means, “noble” and “High.” That could be why Brian’s tend to be high achievers who have the potential to become very successful in life. They are also able to see the bigger picture of things. Marilyn Manson’s first name happens to be Brian, and we cannot forget Brian Littrell from the Backstreet Boys. Brian is at number 25 on the Most Popular Boy Names list, number 29 on the Classic Boy Names list, and number 2 on the Irish Boy Names list.

16 Cameron

Cameron is a very lovely, gender-neutral name. It is of Celtic, Gaelic, and Scottish origin and it means, “Crooked nose.” It is not the most attractive meaning, but this name is still very beautiful. There are about 300,000 people who were given this name at birth including actress Cameron Diaz and rapper Wiz Khalifa. People with this name are very family-oriented, loving, compassionate, and they tend to have magnetic personalities which people are drawn to. Cameron is at number 125 on the Most Popular Boy Names list, number 16 on the Unisex Names list, number 94 on the Last Name First Names list, and number 8 on the Scottish Boy Names list.

15 Cody

Cody is the perfect name for any blue-eyed boy. It also happens to be my cousin's name and he has blue eyes and blonde hair. It is of English, Irish, and Gaelic origins and it means, “helpful person” or “prosperity.” Both are very lovely meanings. There are about 288,000 people who were born with this first name. In 1992, there were almost 20,000 babies born with this name in that single year alone. People with this name are naturally born peacemakers. Cody’s are usually very cooperative, nurturing, loving, and kind individuals.

14 David

David is yet another name that was popular when I was growing up. It is of Hebrew and English origins. There are about 3.6 million babies who were born with this first name since 1880 in the United States. That is a lot of David’s! Some well-known people with this first name are David Bowie, David Beckham, and Dave Chappelle. People with this name are natural born leaders who exude confidence in their abilities. They are usually very successful in life. David is at number 6 on the Most Popular Boy Names list, number 5 on the Names Inspired by 90210 list, and number 4 on both the Classic Boy Names list and the Hebrew Boy Names list.

13 Clayton

Clayton is a fantastic name that has been around for a very long time. It is of English origin and it means, “Village built on clay.” There are over 130,000 people who were given this name at birth in the United States since 1880. People with this name are usually multi-talented and master more than one skill. They are also intuitive and independent. They tend to be courageous and fearless. Clayton is at number 71 on the Classic Boy Names list, and number 69 on the Last Name First Name list.

12 Austin

 

Austin is not just the capital city of Texas, it can also be a lovely boy’s name. There are a little over 412,000 babies who were born with this first name in the United States since 1880. It is of Latin, and English origins. Austin means, “great” and “magnificent.” People with this name are usually creative, optimistic, happy, popular, and social butterflies. The rapper Post Malone’s real first name is Austin. According to Ohbabynames.com, Austin’s are “forever young and full of delight.”

11 Skyler

Skyler is an absolutely perfect name for a blue-eyed little boy. Although, this name is gender-neutral. So, if for whatever reason you don’t know or don’t want to know your baby’s gender, this name would be a great fit. There are only about 61,000 people who were born with the first name Skyler in the United States since 1880. 2002 was the best year for this name, and there were a little over 1,500 babies born with this name in that year alone. Skyler is a Dutch name that means, “scholar; school teacher.”

10 Caden

Caden is a very beautiful name that you could give to your baby boy, especially if you believe that he may have lovely blue eyes. It is of Gaelic, and Scottish origins. It happens to have the wonderful meaning of “fighter” which some parents often look for, especially if the pregnancy had been rough. Caden’s tend to be gifted artistically, and they are usually multi-talented, intuitive, and can come off as being a perfectionist. There are about 60,000 babies who were born with the first name Caden in the United States alone.

9 Colten

Colten is a fabulous name for a little boy. This spelling variation of Colton is considered to be unique. There are only about 14,000 babies who were given this lovely name at birth in the United States since 1880. It is of American and English origins, and it means “coal town” or “swarthy.” Colten’s tend to very community-minded and family-oriented. They are often loving, affectionate, compassionate, and caring individuals. When they grow up, they make great teachers, ministers, or counselors.

8 Cory

Cory is another name that was well known when us millennials were growing up. That could be why this name had its most popular year was way back in 1989. There were about 132,000 babies who were born with Cory as their first name in the United States since 1880. It is of Scottish and Irish origins, and it means “cauldron” or “hollow.” Boy’s named Cory usually appear to be eccentric and mystical. They are also very wise individuals with an amazing imagination.

7 Shane

Shane is a lovely name for a blue-eyed baby boy. It is of Irish and Gaelic origins, and it also happens to mean, “God's gracious gift.” This meaning is sure true to the lucky mom who gives birth to her baby boy Shane. Shane’s are known to be gracious, considerate, nurturing, patient, loving, and kind. They are everything that is good in this world. There are about 191,000 babies who were given the name Shane as their first name since 1880 in the United States. It is also considered a unique name, according to Names.org.

6 Silas

 

 

Silas is the absolute perfect name for a blue-eyed little fellow. I know this because it happens to be my God son’s name, and he has these glistening, beautiful blue eyes and gorgeous blonde hair. Silas is of Latin and Greek origins, and it happens to mean, “man of the forest; woods.” There are only 44,000 babies who have been born with this lovely first name. Silas’s are very family-oriented and they love to be in stable and loving environments. They are also very loving and caring individuals. You may have heard the name Silas from the once popular Showtime TV series Weeds. Silas was Nancy Botwin’s eldest son.

5 Shawn

Shawn is a fantastic name to give a little guy. It is of English origins and it means, “God is gracious.” People with this name are very nurturing, caring, and kind in every way possible. They are often well balanced in their lives. Shawn’s are known for helping out people when they need it the most. There are about 335,000 babies who were born with this first name since 1880 in the United States. Shawn also happens to be the rapper Jay-z’s first name, and we cannot forget about Shawn of the Wayne’s brothers. It is at number 108 on the Most Popular Boy Names list, number 137 on the Unique Boy Names list, and number 2 on the American Boy Names list.

4 Kyler

Kyler is a very beautiful, unique name that you could choose for your son. It is of German and Dutch origins. It happens to mean, “Potato grower” or “church, Monk’s cell.” This name is so rare that there have only been about 31,000 babies who were given this name on delivery day. Kyler’s can achieve anything that they put their mind’s too, they are hardworking, and are usually very successful in life. Kyler is at number 69 on the Unique Boy Names list, number 162 on the Unisex Baby Name’s list – since it is also gender-neutral, and number 26 on the German Boy Name’s list.

3 Jaxon

Jaxon is a spelling variation of the popular Jackson. It is of English origins, and it means “Son of Jack.” Ironically enough, if your partner’s name is Jack, this name would be even more fabulous and would go hand-in-hand. Jaxon’s are independent, inventive, ambitious, and usually very successful in life as they are natural born leaders. There are about 71,000 babies who were born with the first name Jaxon in the United States since 1880. According to Names.org, that is enough people to occupy the territory of Bermuda (United Kingdom) since their estimated population was about 62,000 as of 2010.

2 Andrew

Andrew is yet another name that was very popular when we were growing up in the late 80’s and early 90’s. It is of Greek, English, and Scottish origins and it means, “manly” and “brave.” People with this name are very inspirational to others. They are highly intuitive, extremely bright, and uplifting to be around. There are about 1.3 million babies who were given the name Andrew at birth. That is a lot of people! This name is at number 20 on the Most Popular Boy Names list, number 13 on the Classic Boy Names list, and number 4 on the Greek Boy Names list.

1 Aiden

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Aiden is a wonderful name to give a little boy who may have blue eyes. When I hear the name Aiden, I think of a handsome little man who has mesmerizing blue eyes and golden blonde hair. It is of Irish, Celtic, and Gaelic origins and it means, “little fire.” Wouldn’t “little fire” be the perfect name for your baby boy? Aiden’s are family-oriented, loving, and they usually tend to have a lot of compassion for mankind. That is why they tend to make excellent teachers or even counselors. They are just very caring individuals who love giving back to their community.

References: Names.org, OhBabyNames.com, MomJunction.com

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