Are You Expecting A Baby By 2023? 52 Boy Names That Will Be Trending

Are you going to be the mother or father of a child soon, and are you looking for the perfect name for your baby? If you need inspiration, we are going to share with you the boy’s names that will be trending in 2023. From the most popular to the most exclusive in terms of meaning, as well as the latest trends and names given by celebrities to their newly born children.

Nothing less than 52 boy’s names will be a trend in 2023. Get inspired and start making your list; among these names could be your son’s! And if you’re expecting a girl, here are 70 girl names that will be trending in 2023.

  • Adam: of Hebrew origin, it is the English version of Adam.
  • Agus: diminutive of Agustín, which means “great, magnificent.”
  • Amets: Basque name meaning “dream,” but in a figurative sense, “wish.”
  • Amir: it is undoubtedly one of the boy’s names that are trending in 2022. Of Arabic origin, it means “minister of the king.”
  • Angel: is a name of Greek origin (Ággelos), which means “messenger.”
  • Aran: according to its Hebrew origin, its meaning is “mountain of strength,”  although it comes from the place name Vall d’Aran, a historic Pyrenean valley. It is a unisex name and is widely used in the Basque Country and Catalonia.
  • Ares: of Greek origin, was the mythological name of the Olympian god of war in ancient Greece.
  • Axel: of Scandinavian, Danish, or German origin and means “universal fighter.”
  • Ben: hypocoristic of Benedicto (means “blessed”) and Benjamin (of Hungarian origin, means “son of the right hand”).
  • Biel: is a name of Hebrew origin and means “servant of God,”  “man of God,” or “strength of the Lord.”
  • Bosco: Italian personality name meaning “forest.”
  • Dani: The short form of Daniel is another option that parents are beginning to choose for their children in recent years.
  • Dylan: means “impetuous man,” but is also known as the “man of the sea.”
  • Edu: Diminutive of Eduardo, coming from Old English ead, “wealth” or “fortune,” and weard, “guardian,”  meaning “guardian of wealth.”
  • Eiden: name of Gaelic origin meaning “fire” and is carried by 1,181 children with a very low average age of 4.1 years, which indicates that it is a new name that is in vogue.
  • Elian: patronymic of Greek helios, meaning “sun.” It is one of the most fashionable recent names.
  • Fran: a hypocoristic turned into a name, in this case Francisco, which comes from the Latin “francus,”  which means “free man.”

  • Gael: there are almost ten thousand children with this name, with an average age of 6 years, and it is positioned as one of the most used names of the decade. It is of Breton origin and means “generosity, generous gentleman.”
  • Haron: Arabic name meaning “highly praised.”
  • Iyad: Arabic-derived name meaning “power.”
  • Izan: It is one of the names that has gained the most popularity in recent years. It is the graphic adaptation of the English pronunciation of the biblical name, Ethan. This comes from the
  • Hebrew “Êthän,” which means “perpetual, constant, permanent.” A Basque or Basque etymology has also been attributed (Izan means “to be”).
  • Izei: Basque name meaning “fir tree.”
  • Jan: Catalan form of Juan.
  • Joel: Name of Hebrew origin meaning “God is your lord.”
  • Jon: Basque variant of Juan, meaning “God is merciful.”
  • Kai: name of Hawaiian origin, very popular in China, meaning “sea” or “ocean.”
  • Liam: comes from the Irish, means “firm protection.”
  • Luis: name of Germanic origin and a variant of Ludwig, whose meaning is “he who is illustrious in battle.”
  • Luka: Russian form of Lucas, a name of Latin origin whose meaning is “the one who stands out for its brightness” or “the one who was born at dawn.”
  • Luken: Basque variant of the name “Luciano,” a Latin name meaning “born at dawn.”

 

  • Manu: short form of Manuel, of Hebrew origin, meaning “God is with us.”
  • Marc: Catalan variant of Marcos, meaning “manly, masculine.”
  • Max: hypocoristic of Maximiliano and Máximo. From its Latin origin, it derives its meaning as “the greatest.”
  • Milo: diminutive of names like Camilo and Emilio.
  • Nacho: hypocoristic of Ignacio that has become a name with its own entity, carried by 3,430 children with an average age of 9.9 years. The meaning of it is “born of fire.”
  • Nando: hypocoristic of Fernando (of Germanic origin, meaning “he who is daring, daring, and willful”) and Armando (means “strong and courageous man”).
  • Neizan: name of Hebrew origin that means “gift of God”, and one of the newest, judging by the average age of 4.7 years of the 2,775 with this name.
  • Nico: hypocoristic of Nicolás that has acquired its own entity as a name. It is of Greek origin and means “the victory of the people.”
  • Nil: is the Catalan form of Nile, whose name is of Greek origin, “Neilos,” and which is derived in Latin from “Nilus” in reference to the name of the great African river.
  • Noah: it is a unisex name that in our country is more used for boys. It is the second most popular name in the United States for newborn babies, increasingly used in Latin America and Spain.

 

  • Oihan: is a Basque name that is gaining popularity throughout Spain, and it means “forest.”
  • Pau: like Pol, it comes from the Latin Paulus and means “little and humble man.”
  • Pepe: Hypocoristic of the name José, which comes from the Hebrew word “Ioseph,”  which means “God will add.”
  • Quim: Catalan hypocoristic of Joaquim, a Hebrew name that means “Yahweh will build, erect.”
  • Rayan: means “beautiful” in Arabic.
  • Rayane: it is also a name of Arabic origin that means “beautiful” or “pretty.”
  • Roc: Different meanings are assigned to it. It is believed that it comes from the Scandinavian “Hrokr,” which means tall man, or from the Germanic “Hruk,” crow (sacred animal in Norse mythology). It could also come from Provençal and mean “red” or “rock” in Latin.
  • Sam: hypocoristic form of Samuel, which is of Hebrew origin and translates as “the one chosen by God.”
  • Teo: One of the super-short three-letter names favored by new parents. It is the short form of Teodoro, which means “gift of God.”
  • Xavi: diminutive of the Catalan name Xavier, equivalent to the Castilian Javier. It comes from the Greek and means “God of Olympus.”
  • Xoel: Galician and Asturian version of a classical Hebrew name meaning “He is God.”
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