The best names for boys in 2019. Most popular names for babies

The best names for boys in 2019. Most popular names for babies

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Still don't know what you are going to call your son? There are so many pretty names that it's hard to stick with just one for your baby. Involving the whole family in the choice is a good idea, but in the end you will have to be the ones who choose the final name. To help you, on our site we have collected the best names for boys in 2019.

In this list, we have included popular baby names that will be trending this year. We have also included other more original ideas in case you are looking for a unique name for your male child. Before deciding on one, know what its origin is and what its meaning is. Congratulations on the arrival of your little one!

Lists of the most popular names for boys they change little from year to year. There are names that are becoming fashionable, but there are many others that have been used for decades. If you want to give your male child one of the most frequent names, take inspiration from the ones in the following list.

- Hugo
In Spain, Hugo was the most popular name among newborns from 2013 to 2016, and today it is still very common among the smallest. Hugo comes from hugh, a word of German origin that means 'intelligent' or 'lucid'. There are many famous people who bear this name: from soccer player Hugo Sánchez to English actor Hugh Grant.

- Jose
Surely you know many children named José, and it is a very common name in countries like Mexico. Its origin is Hebrew and comes from yoseph, which means 'to multiply'. José is one of the most frequent names to form compound names, which are also very popular: José Luis, José Manuel, José Carlos, José Antonio ... San José, in addition, is the putative father of Jesus, husband of the Virgin Mary .

- John
In a list of frequent names for boys there must be Juan, a name of Latin origin that comes from yehohanan or ioannes. The meaning that is usually given to this name is that of 'compassion for Yahweh'. There are many compound names that are usually created from this name (Juan Antonio, Juan Manuel, Juan Luis ...), but there are many other parents who prefer to use it simply.

- Luke
This cute boy's name has been on the hottest list in recent years. It is a name of Latin origin that comes from the word 'light'. Lucas was an evangelist, a disciple of Paul of Tarsus, so it is perfect for parents who are looking for Christian names for their child.

- Francisco
Although it is an increasingly obsolete name for newborns, it is indisputable that Francisco continues to be very frequent in different countries of the world. In fact, its use has increased since Jorge Bergoglio is Pope Francis. It comes from the Italian language, more specifically from the name Francesco which means 'French'. Franciscos are often affectionately called Paco, Curro, Fran or Kiko.

- Martin
Martín has been one of the most fashionable names for boys for a few years now. It is of Latin origin and refers to the red planet, to Mars. When speaking of this name, it is inevitable to remember the figure of Martin Luther King, an activist who fought for human rights and who pronounced the mythical phrase "I have a dream ..." (I have a dream).

- Alexander
Alejandro, who is often shortened to Alex, is a name that is often given to newborns. It is made up of two Greek words alexio (which means 'reject') and andrós (which means 'man'). Hence, this name is usually understood as 'the protector'. There are many famous figures that throughout history have carried this name: Alejandro Dumas (writer of "The Three Musketeers"), Alejandro Sanz (singer), Alexander Fleming (scientist who discovered penicillin), etc.

The above names are so popular that there are many children who carry them. If you are looking for a little more original names that only your child wears, you have to look for other options.

- Dylan
Although Dylan is an increasingly common name in newborns, it is an original option to call your child. It is a name of Welsh origin that comes from joining dy (which means big) and llanw (tide or water current). Therefore, this masculine name could mean something like 'the great wave'. Among the most common variations are Dillan, Dillon, or Dylon. On the other hand, it is a good name for children of parents who love Bob Dylan's music.

- Aran
This name so different from the rest is closely related to nature. In Basque it means 'valley' and in Thai, 'the strength of the mountain'. Beyond its beautiful meaning, Arán is a name with a very beautiful sound. It is beautiful and, in addition, it is unisex, so it can be used for both girls and boys.

- Leandro
To find an original name you can also search among the names with more tradition and that are getting less and less. This is the case of Leandro, a name of Greek origin that translates as 'lion man'. On the other hand, it is a name with a long history, since it was a character from mythology who put his life at risk for love.

- Jabel
Jabel is a different name that comes from Greek. Although there are many doubts about it, it could come from yovel, as the ram's horn was called. You may not have heard many children called that, and it is still a little used name.

- Eros
One of the names with a more beautiful meaning is Eros. It is of Greek origin and can be translated as 'love'. In fact, this is the name given in Greek mythology to the God of love and fertility. If you are looking for a nice name that is short and has a nice meaning behind it, Eros could be one of the names to consider.

2019 is a very special year. The ephemeris that take place during this year as well as the different events that take place make certain names a trend. We have collected some of them.

- Antonio
In 2019 the fourth "Avengers" movie opens, which can inspire you to find a nice name for a boy. We propose Antonio, by Tony Stark (Iron Man). Antonio is one of those classic names that have been in use for decades and that continue to be used all over the world. It is a name of Latin origin that comes from Antonius, a family from ancient Rome whose name has survived to this day.

- Jerome
2019 marks the 100th anniversary of the birth of one of the most special writers in the history of literature, J. D. Salinger. Under these acronyms are the names of Jerome and David, which could inspire you to choose the name of your baby on this special date. This name of Greek origin means 'sacred'.

- Mauricio
This year presidential elections are held in Argentina. Depending on your ideals, you can choose one name or another. This time we recommend Mauricio, as he was the predecessor of the winner of the voting. This name is of Latin origin and means 'brown'. On the other hand, its saints are celebrated on September 22.

- Lawrence
Throughout 2019, different lunar and solar eclipses take place, some of them visible in South America. Inspired by the sun and the popular song, we propose Lorenzo as a name for your son. It comes from the Latin laurus, which translates as laurel. But, in addition, Lorenzo was a martyr of the Roman Church.

- Adam
The famous group Maroon 5 is in charge of entertaining the 2019 Super Bowl break. In honor of them, and more specifically their vocalist Adam Levine, in We propose Adam as a good one for a baby born this year.

The Bible is a great source of inspiration to find very beautiful and meaningful names for babies. Here are some that are very popular.

- Daniel
Daniel is one of the greatest prophet, one of the wisest and most righteous, who had the great ability to understand and interpret dreams. It is a Hebrew name that people as important as the writer Daniel Defoe, author of "Robinson Crusoe" have carried. This name could be translated as "God is my judge".

- Elijah
If you are looking for a short name that sounds nice and elegant, you can name your boy Elías. It is the name of several New Testament characters, but perhaps the most famous Elijah was the prophet who lived in the 9th century BC. It is a name of Hebrew origin that means "God is my lord".

- Gabriel
Gabriel was the archangel who announced to Mary that she was going to be the mother of God's son. It is a name of Hebrew origin that means 'man of God' or 'my protection is God', which is often shortened to Gabi or Gabri. In addition, it alludes to the Colombian writer Gabriel García Márquez.

- Moses
Moses means 'raised or saved from the waters' and refers to the Biblical patriarch who got the Jews to leave Egypt. He is considered a prophet in Christianity, but also in Judaism and Islam.

If you still haven't come up with a name for your baby, why don't you get inspired by the children of celebrities? We propose some ideas that have become popular after a celebrity has named their son that way.

- Cyrus
The youngest son of Argentine soccer player Leo Messi and Antonella Roccuzzo is called Ciro. There are some doubts about the meaning of this name, which has Persian origin, but it is believed to derive from kuru, which means 'throne'. It's a short and simple name that could suit any kid.

- Lazarus
Gael García Bernal and Dolores Fonzi have a son named Lázaro, a name of Hebrew origin that could be translated as 'Yahweh helps'. It is a biblical name, since Lazarus was a friend of Jesus whom he raised from the dead.

- Santiago

The little son of actress Eva Longoria is named Santiago. If you are looking for a name that conveys strength, you can think of one like Santiago. It comes from the Hebrew, from yeagob or jacobus and means 'God will reward'. This name is equivalent to Jaime, Jacobo, Diego, Yago, Iago and Thiago, a very common name in Argentina. With this name, we highlight the figure of the Apostle Santiago, whose tomb in Spain is today one of the most important pilgrimage places in the world.

- Valentino
Ricky Martin is the father of two boys named Matteo and Valentino. Valentín is a name of Latin origin that means 'brave'. His saints, closely related to the love for being the saint of lovers, is celebrated on February 14. And it is that this saint married hundreds of couples clandestinely when it was prohibited during the Roman Empire.

In case you are not sure of the sex of your baby or do not want to know it until it is born, you will probably also want to see these other ideas of names for girls in 2019. If the doctor finally confirms that it is a girl, you will already have some thoughtful names.

As in previous years, Lucía continues to be very popular thanks to its beautiful sound and its powerful meaning ("the resplendent one"). However, they are also very popular Sophia, which means wisdom; Martina, which refers to Mars; Mary, which in Hebrew means 'the chosen one'; Julia, which means 'strong roots'; or Daniela, whose meaning is related to the justice of God.

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