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100 Hipster Baby Boy Names You Have Never Heard Before

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For all the hipster parents, you are waiting to unfold the moments of good times that are ahead of you. But even before the real good news comes to you, I bring you the list of 100 hipster baby boy names to mark the arrival of your very own future hipster.

I know how much you value living life simplistically, yet want to add class and style to it. Here, I promise to give you similar soul-enriching experience with some exclusive hipster baby boy names. Our list of hipster baby boy names is derived from place-names, animal names, biblical names, and much more. Without wasting any more time, let’s take a look at our hipster baby boy names below.

List Of 100 Hipster Baby Boy Names

 

  1. Ace:

The meaning of this name is ‘excel’. Your baby would certainly love this hip name for so many positive and jaunty references attached to it.       

  1. Arliss:

Arliss ends with double ‘s’, which makes it super strong moniker for your son. It means ‘pledge’.

  1. Axl:

This adorable name means ‘father of peace’ and is a variant of traditional ‘Axel’. Popular Guns-n-Roses musician, Axl Rose, recreated this moniker by dropping a vowel from it.  

  1. Bach:

Bach, as a first name, is inspired by the last name of the German composer and musician, Johann Sebastian Bach.

  1. Branch:

For all the modern-mind parents, Branch, can become the new branch of your very own creation.

  1. Brax:

Many freethinker parents prefer cute boy names like Brax, which is snappy and trendy.

  1. Broc:

Broc is a variant of Brock and rhymes with rock. This makes it a completely different name than what is more common today.

  1. Buiron:

Buiron is a newly-invented and an ‘on’ ending name, which is ready to join the league of its stylish brothers, Jackson and Bryson.

  1. Butch:

Butch brings to the mind the image of the hip man who is masculine and rugged. The two notable monikers are Olympic Medallists, Butch Johnson, and Butch Reynolds.

  1. Bynum:

Bynum is an ancient Anglo-Saxon name yet ultra-masculine. It is a variant of Beynon and Bennion and rarely used since long, which makes it a hot pick for hipster parents.  

  1. Byron:

This moniker has its romantic association with the famous poet Lord Byron and many athletes.

  1. Cabot:

Cabot is the inspired first name from the surname of famous Italian-born English explorer and navigator who discovered North America.

  1. Cade:

Cade is simple yet classy and sounds oh-so-hip name for your little nipper. It is the character used in many writings by several authors. 

  1. Cashel:

The sound of cash in the name Cashel makes it a definite pick by maverick parents.

  1. Chasen:

Chasen is a two-syllable boy’s name which was once the name of Hollywood’s most popular hangout.

  1. Clive:

Once attached to the stereotypical image of Major-General Robert Clive, later, brought into the limelight by English actor Clive Owen for his jaunty looks.

  1. Cloyce:

This unusual moniker is made popular by 14-year-old famous chef on a US-based cooking reality show, Man vs. Child.  

  1. Colton:

This name is popular for its two syllables and namesake, Colton Haynes, who got a thumping response for his role in Teen Wolf.     

  1. Cormac:

In spite of its association with earlier century kings of Ireland, this moniker has entered into the hit list of favorite names of hipster parents. 

  1. Cortez:

Cortez comes from the Spanish history and means ‘courteous’.

  1. Dashiell:

This dashing name will surely make a lovely choice for your cuddly tot.

  1. Dax:

A place-name themed baby name is one of the favorite idiosyncrasies of hipster parents. Dax, a French place-name, is one such example.  

  1. Dexter:

Dexter means ‘skilled’ and is picked up by the hip musical duo, Diana Krall, and Elvis Costello, for one of their twin boys.

  1. Ebenezer:

Ebenezer is a biblical name of a place where the stone of help was set up by Samuel to mark his victory over the Philistines.

  1. Edur:

Edur sounds oh-so-cool, even cooler than ‘snow’, which is the meaning of this moniker. 

  1. Euan:

Euan is an anglicized form of Eoghann and is pronounced as yoo-un. This makes a hip name for your little tot.

  1. Farron:

The bearer of this moniker is far from possessing a boring personality because it means ‘adventurous’. 

  1. Fenton:

Another place-name themed moniker, Fenton, is a variant of ‘fen’ and means ‘a swamp town’.

  1. Ferris:

Ferris has become the favourite among hipster parents for its link with American inventor of the Ferris wheel. It means ‘rock’.

  1. Frankito:

Call him Frank or Frankie, this is frankly a name as hot as it is hip. It means ‘free man’.

  1. Gage:

Gage brings all the rage among the maverick parents to pick it quickly for their babies before it becomes common.

  1. Gehrig:

Gehrig is the newly-invented first name inspired by the surname of the renowned sports hero, Lou Gehrig.

  1. Gerson:

Gerson is a variation of biblical name Gershom who was the first son of Moses and Zipporah.

  1. Greer:

Greer rhymes to rare that makes it a hot choice among parents seeking originality in names.

  1. Gulliver:

This trending name has surpassed the popularity of Oliver and getting all the positive response from parents.

  1. Gus:

All hip parents, Gus is the swanky name that makes your child noticed.     

  1. Ieuan:

There is no way your kid won’t like this name, why, because his name is a stack of vowels.

  1. Ignatius:

This name has been borne by several saints, including the founder of the Catholic Jesuit order.

  1. Istvan:

Istvan, the Hungarian form of Stephen is associated with the Christian king and patron saint of Hungary. It means ‘victorious’.

  1. Jagger:

Jagger is a surname turned into a first name and picked up by few but notable celeb.

  1. Jens:

Jens is snappy short name pronounced as yens. Doesn’t it remind you of the Japanese currency ‘Yens’.

  1. Jinjur:

Jinjur sounds like ginger and created and used by the American author, Lyman Frank Baum, in his Oz books.

  1. Kagan:

Kagan is a typical hipster-themed baby name. It is a form of Hugh and means ‘a thinker’.

  1. Kenton:

With its exotic roots in history, this surname has now started to be used more like an elite first name.

  1. Laert:

Laert is a unique and modern alternative to Shakespearean’s Laertes.

  1. Laszlo:

With zippy ‘z’ and energetic ‘o’, this name is a sure hipster name.

  1. Lazarius:

Lazarius, nicknamed as Laz, is a variation of Lazarus, whose life was restored by Jesus.

  1. Levi:

In the Old Testament, Levi was the name of Leah and Jacob’s son. Isn’t it stylish?

  1. Link:

Link is derived from Lincoln and gives a beautiful indicative of a parental union.

  1. Linus:

Linus is remembered as the name of musician, poet, and inventor of rhythm and melody.

  1. Lir:

Lir is completely new, modern-invented name. It equates to Shakespeare’s King Lear.  

  1. Lotario:

Lotario is a variation of Luther and birth name of Pope Innocent III. It means ‘warrior’.

  1. Lyric:

Get ready to bring in all the happiness to your lives because Lyric is coming. 

  1. Mauro:

Spanish names never go out of vogue so they are bound to be hip. It means ‘moorish’.

  1. Miles:

Miles, which means ‘merciful’, was the moniker of the first translator of the Bible into English.

  1. Moe:

This moniker is so popular, that teens, today, want it to become unpopular to keep it fresh for future.

  1. Nico:

It is over 90% of the American baby boys who borne this name. It means ‘people of victory’.

  1. Niles:

Niles is associated with a river in Africa, Greek saint’s name. It means ‘champion’.

  1. Oberon:

Oberon is the name of the King of Fairies in Shakespearean, A Midsummer Night’s Dream. 

  1. Ohan:

Ohan is a majestic, one of its kind Armenian moniker and diminutive of John. 

  1. Osgood:

Triple o’s makes this name a sure distinctive choice and adds oomph to it.

  1. Osias:

This Greek name seems biblical, but it is not. It sounds divine and means ‘salvation’.   

  1. Parkin:

Parkin is the new little Peter and recreated from the Middle English moniker, Perkin.

  1. Perran:

Perran is a Cornish saint’s name and can also be spelled as Piran. It means ‘little dark one’.

  1. Perseus:

Perseus was the son of Zeus, who is remembered as godly Greek hero.

  1. Piet:

Piet is pronounced as PEET and associated with modern painter Mondrian. It means ‘rock’.

  1. Pike:

This name is made famous by Zebulon Pike who, discovered a mountain that was later renamed to Pike’s Peak. It means ‘fish’.     

  1. Plaxico:

This name is made famous by Plaxico Burress, the wide receiver and the key player in the National Football League. It means ‘peaceful’.

  1. Primus:

Primus is a Latin name, which means ‘first’. A boy with this name is destined to stay at number one.

  1. Quinten:

Quinten means ‘fifth’ which makes a nice name for your fifth future son, in case, it happens.

  1. Ray:

Ray is largely accepted as the hippest name ever, just like a ray of sunshine.

  1. Reggie:

Reggie is a better ‘ie’ ending name than Alfie and Freddie. 

  1. Rhett:

Rhett is one of the most passionate and romantic names in the history of all love stories.

  1. Roark:

Roark got its recognition from the name of a young Ireland prince, Ruarc. It means ‘mighty’. 

  1. Roper:

Here is this quirky and charming name, Roper, which is derived from an occupation of rope making.

  1. Roscoe:

Roscoe has started to make a fresh appeal again after many years of Robert, Richard, and Ronald ruling the roost.

  1. Rune:

Rune means ‘secret’ whose arrival should not be kept secret anymore because he is going to rule the world.

  1. Ryder:

This name listed as celebrities-picked name has made it more famous than ever. It means ‘messenger’.

  1. Sailor:

This adventurous name is perfect for hipster parents who love sailing.

  1. Severin:

Severin, a Romanian name borne by many earlier saints, is all set to make its comeback.

  1. Silas:

Silas, a saint’s name in ‘The Da Vinci Code’, has skyrocketed ever since its reentry in the list.

  1. Spike:

Spike is trending high more than Buster or Buck; thanks to the director Spike Lee.

  1. Tait:

This four-letter name will multiply your cheerfulness four times more.  

  1. Theo:

This is an addition to spiritual baby names after Osias. It means ‘divine gift’, which makes it a right choice for hip parents to go for it.  

  1. Tolly:

Tolly is a diminutive of Tolliver and for it sounds more like jolly, making it an apt name for happy and joyful babies.

  1. Trent:

This is another name in our list that starts and ends with a same letter. It means ‘the river’.

  1. Ustin:

Ustin’s first two-letters make it a perfect name honoring the union of the two of you.

  1. Van:

The famous bearer of this moniker, Van Cliburn, a pianist by profession, gave this name a wave of popularity.

  1. Waldo:

Waldo has got its appeal and reputation from writer and philosopher Ralph Waldo. It means ‘to rule’.

  1. Wells:

Wells is a diminutive of Wellington and sounds similar to bells.

  1. Wilbur:

Wilbur was the name of the elder Wright brothers who teamed up with his younger brother and invented world’s first successful airplane.

  1. Wing:

This light-weight moniker is making people go crazy. 

  1. Xerxes:

You can’t get over this name, Xerxes for its sheer uniqueness and the power of two x’s. It means ‘hero among heroes’. Ain’t the one proves it?

  1. Ya’el:

Yael adds up to the style factor, especially, the way it is written as Ya’el. It’s a unisex name and it means ‘to ascend’.

  1. Yonah:

Yonah touches one’s heart with its beautiful meaning ‘dove’. Also, it is an Old Testament name.

  1. Yuri:

Yuri is one of the best hipster baby boy names in our opinion. This Russian name gained its popularity through cosmonaut Yury Gagarin. Yuri, you are dearie!

  1. Zaire:

This audacious yet cheeky name makes it a suitable name for your macho.

  1. Zale:

Dare anyone mess with your baby? This name as great as sea.

  1. Zerrick:

Zerrick is a modern-invented name for parents who are bored of Derek or Eric.

  1. Zion:

What a name to end the naming list! Zion means the ‘highest point’.

I hope you enjoyed it our list of hipster baby boy names. If you liked these hipster baby names, let us know by commenting below.  

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