100 Billionaire Baby Names For Your Future Richie Rich

Parents often name their children after something that inspires them to become successful and independent. Do you see a potential billionaire in your little one? Here are some billionaire names with meanings you may want to look at before naming your child.

Explore this list of trendy and modern names along with their meanings for the billionaire you wish your children to become.

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50 Billionaire Baby Boy Names With Meanings

1. Alberto

A name with a Spanish origin, the name Alberto, means “noble” and also “bright.” The name also draws inspiration from Alberto Moreno Pérez, a famous soccer player.

2. Aliko

A diminutive of the name “Alexander,” the name Aliko, refers to “one who is the defender of humankind.”

3. Amancio

It is derived from the Latin name “Amantius,” which means “love” or “loving.”

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Amancio Ortega Gaona, a Spanish billionaire businessman, is the former chairman of Inditex fashion group, renowned for its chain of Zara clothing shops.

4. Antonio

The name Antonio has its origin from an English word that refers to someone ”highly praiseworthy” or “priceless.”

5. Bentley

The name Bentley originates from an Old English word “Beonet” that refers to a clearing covered with bentgrass.

6. Bernard

A trendy name for a Richie Rich, Bernard, has its origin from an old German word that refers to an individual “brave as a bear.”

7. Bill

The name Bill is a nickname for the name “William,” which comes from Old German and means “willful protector.” The name Bill also has its inspiration from Bill Gates, who is considered one of the richest men in the world.

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The word Bill also means ‘with gilded helmet.’

8. Carlos

The name Carlos has its origin in an Old German word, which refers to “a free-man.” A unique name for your future Richie Rich, Carlos, also has its name derived from Carlos Slim Helu, a Mexican tycoon, who had once made it to Forbes list of the richest man in the world.”

9. Charles

The name Charles originates from an Old German word, which means “man” or “warrior.” The name also draws inspiration from Charles,  the Prince of Wales.

10. Cristiano

The name Cristiano has its name derived from “Christianus,” a Latin word that refers to “a follower of Christ.” Cristiano is an ideal name if you want your son to grow up popular and successful, like the great footballer Cristiano Ronaldo.

11. Croesus

A must-have name for your future Richie Rich, the name Croesus, has its origin from a word that refers to an “extremely wealthy person.”

12. Darian

The name Darian has its origin from a Greek word, which means “gift.” Darian also means “rich or wealthy.”

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Darian is a unisex form of the name Darren or Darrell.

13. David

The name David has its origin from a Hebrew word, which means “beloved.” The name David also has its name derived from “David,” one of the greatest rulers of Israel, reigning during the 10th century BC. The name also draws inspiration from David Beckham, a popular former English footballer.

14. Edgar

The name Edgar has its origin from an English word that refers to a “rich, powerful, and fortunate” person.

15. Edmond

The name Edmond originates from a Dutch word that refers to a “wealthy/prosperous protector.”

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The French variant of ‘Edmond’ is ‘Edmund.’

16. Edward

The name Edward originates from an Old English word that refers to a “rich and wealthy guardian.” The name Edward also draws inspiration from Edward Norton, a renowned American filmmaker, and actor.

17. Elon

It originates from a Hebrew word, which means an “oak tree.” “Elon” is also the name Elon Musk, a famous entrepreneur and businessman.

18. Francois

Francois is a variation of the name “Francis,” which is derived from Old Latin or Old German, and means a “free man.”

19. Gennady

The name Gennady has its origin, probably from an Old Greek word, which means “kind and generous.” Gennady also derives its name from Gennady Timchenko, one of the richest (made it to the Forbes list) Russian businessman.

20. George

The name George derives its name from “Georgos,” a Greek word that refers to a “farmer or one who tills the soil.” Popular celebrities with the name George include George Lucas (American filmmaker), and George Clooney (American actor and filmmaker).

21. Gerald

It comes from Old German and means “rule of the spear.”

22. Henry

The name Henry originates from an Old German name, “Heimirich,” which means “ruler of the house.” Henry is also the name of Prince Charles and late Princess Diana’s second son. Henry is a common yet classic name. Many have more than one Henry in their families which could also indicate how much they prefer the name. A mother was struggling to find the right name for her son until she came across the name Henry. She says, “I’ve always loved the name Henry. There are a few Henry’s on Charlie’s side of the family … a great uncle, possibly two, and a cousin. Although there are no Henry’s on my side of the family, we do have O’Henry bars, and that’s close enough (i).”

23. Hilton

The name Hilton has its origin from an Old English word, which means “hill settlement.”

24. James

The name James has its origin from “Jacob,” a Hebrew name, which means a “supplanter.” The name also draws inspiration from James Francis Cameron (Canadian Filmmaker) and James Franco (American actor, director, and producer).

25. Jeff

The name Jeff originates from a German word, which either refers to a “peaceful pledge,” or a “traveler.”

26. John

A Hebrew name, John, means “Jehovah (God) has been gracious; has shown favor.” Some of the celebrities with the name John include John Cena (a popular wrestler) and late John F. Kennedy (US President).

27. Justin

The name Justin originates from “Justus,” a word which means “just and righteous.” The name also draws inspiration from Justin Beiber, an enthralling Canadian singer, and songwriter.

28. Keanu

The name Keanu has its origin from a Hawaiian word that refers to the “cool breeze over the mountains.” A famous bearer of the name is “Keanu Reeves,” one of the finest and richest (as per Forbes) Canadian actor, musician, and producer.

29. Larry

A diminutive of the personal name “Lawrence/Laurence,” Larry, means “laurel crowned.” It is also the name of Larry Page, the co-founder of Google.

30. Leonardo

It is a popular Italian, Portuguese, and Spanish name, which means a “bold lion,” or an “individual bold as a lion.” Popular bearers of the name include Leonardo da Vinci (a renowned painter who created the unique painting of “Monalisa“) and Leonardo DiCaprio (a famous American actor).

31. Leonid

A trendy name, Leonid is a Russian name that means “Lion.”

32. Liliane

A unique and trendy name, Liliane, has its origin from a French word that is indicative of the flower “Lily.” Liliane also means something “pure.”

33. Mark

A trendy and suitable name for your future billionaire baby, the name Mark has its name derived from “Mart-kos,” an old Latin word, meaning “consecrated to the god Mars.” The name “Mark” also draws inspiration from Mark Zuckerberg, the co-founder of the popular social networking platform, Facebook, Inc.

34. Michael

A Hebrew name, Michael, means “who is like God.” The name Michael draws inspiration from a lot of famous and rich celebrities; one among them is the late Michael Jackson.

35. Mikhail

A unique Hebrew name for boys, Mikhail, refers to “gift from God.” The name also has its origin from a Russian word which means “he who is like God.”

36. Odilon

A unique name, Odilon, originates from a French word, which means “rich and wealthy.”

37. Oliver

The name Oliver has its origin from an English word, indicative of the “Olive tree.” Olive also has a biblical meaning, which refers to something “beautiful and fruitful.”

38. Oscar

The name Oscar originates from an Old Norse word that refers to the “Divine or God’s spear.”

39. Richard

The name Richard has its origin from two words, “Ric,” a Germanic word meaning “a ruler or a leader” and “hard,” a word which means “brave and strong.” The name Richard is, thus, indicative of a “strong and brave king/leader.”

40. Robert

It originates from an Old German name that means “bright flame.” The name also draws inspiration from Robert Pattinson, a renowned English actor.

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41. Roman

A trendy name, Roman, has its origin from “Romanus,” a Latin word, which means “of Rome,” or “a citizen of the Roman Empire.”

42. Rupert

The name Rupert originates from a German word, which means “bright or shining.”

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Australian-born American media tycoon Rupert Murdoch is a popular namesake.

43. Stefan

The name Stefan originates from “Stephanos,” a Greek word which either means a “garland” or “crown.”

44. Sterling

It originates from an Old English word that means “something pure” or “something excellent.” The name also draws inspiration from Sterling Beaumon, a young American actor.

45. Steve

The name Steve originates from a Greek word, which means “victorious.” The name also draws inspiration from the late Steve Jobs (co-founder and CEO of Apple Inc).

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The name Sylvester has its origin from the Latin word “Silvestris,” which means “wooded.” A popular and wealthy celebrity (as per Forbes) with this name is Sylvester Stallone.

47. Thomas

The name Thomas has a biblical origin, deriving from a word that means “twin.” A popular bearer of the name was Thomas Edison, a great American scientist.

48. Vladimir

The name Vladimir has its origin from a word, which means “a famous ruler,” or “of great power.” Vladimir also derives its name from Vladimir Putin, the President of Russia.

49. Warren

The name Warren has its origin from an Old English word, which refers to “one who guards.” A unique name for your future Richie Rich, a popular bearer of the name is Warren Buffet, an investor and one of the richest persons in the world.

50. William

William has its origin in an Old German word that means “a resolute protector.” The name also draws inspiration from Prince William, the firstborn of late Princess Diana and Prince Charles.

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51. Abigail

The name Abigail has its origin from a Hebrew word, which means “Father’s joy.” Celebrities with this name include Abigail Spears, a famous Tennis player from the United States.

52. Alda

The name Alda has its origin from an Old German word, which means “prosperous.”

53. Alice

The name Alice originates from “Adalheidis,” an Old German name, which means “nobility.”

54. Alisher

The name Alisher has its origin from a Persian word, which means “someone elite and elevated.”

55. Angelina

The name Angelina originates from a Greek word that refers to a “messenger of God.” The name also draws inspiration from Angelia Jolie, an American actress, filmmaker, and a great humanitarian.”

56. Annie

The name Annie, probably has its origin in “Hannah,” a Hebrew word which means “gracious.”

57. Audrey

The name Audrey originates from “Aethelthryth,” an Old English name, which means “noble and strong.” A famous celebrity with this name was Audrey Hepburn, a British actress, who was considered a fashion icon by many.

58. Camila

It comes from Old Latin or Old Greek word that means “a young ceremonial attendant.”

59. Celine

The name Celine originates from “Caelum,” a Latin word that refers to the “heaven or the sky.” The name also draws inspiration from Celine Dion, a popular Canadian singer.”

60. Charlotte

The name Charlotte is the diminutive female form of the name Charles, which refers to a “free-man.” Prince Williams and Kate Middleton have named their adorable daughter “Charlotte.”

61. Diana

The name Diana means “something pious or divine.” Diana is also indicative of the “Roman Goddess of Forest and Fertility or childbirth.” The name is also synonymous with the late Diana, Princess of Wales.

62. Edina

It originates from a Hebrew word, the name Edina, means “a rich or wealthy friend.”

63. Edith

The name Edith originates from an Old English word, which means “riches.” The name Edith also means “blessed.”

64. Elizabeth

The name Elizabeth originates from a Hebrew word, which means “pledged to God.” The name is also synonymous with Elizabeth II, the Queen of the United Kingdom and the other Commonwealth realms.

65. Fiona

A trendy name, Fiona, has its name derived from an Old Irish word, which means “fair or white.”

66. Georgina

The name Georgina (female of George) has its origin from a Greek word that refers to “one who tills the land.” The name also draws inspiration from Georgina Wilson, a Filipino-British actress, and model.

67. Gina

The name Gina has its origin from an Italian or Latin word, which means a “Queen.”

68. Golda

A trendy name for girls, the name Golda, originates from an English word, which means “Gold.”

69. Helga

A name of Scandinavian origin, Helga, a trendy name for your future Richie Rich girl, means “prosperous or successful.”

70. Hillary

The name Hillary originates from a Latin word, which means “cheerfulness and merriment.” The name also draws inspiration from Hillary Clinton, an American politician, writer, and lawyer.

71. Iris

The name Iris has its name from a Greek word, referring to the “Rainbow Goddess.” The name Iris is also the name of a flower.

72. Jacqueline

The name Jacqueline originates from a Hebrew word, which means “may God protect.” A few celebrities with the name Jacqueline include Jacqueline Jossa (popular Soap opera actress) and Jacqueline Emerson (a popular American actress).

73. Jennifer

The name Jennifer originates from a Welsh word, which means “the fair one.” A few popular and wealthy celebrities with this name include Jennifer Lopez (an American dancer, singer, actress, and fashion designer), and Jennifer Aniston (a popular American actress, producer, and businesswoman/entrepreneur).

74. Jessica

The name Jessica originates from a Hebrew word, which means “rich.” The name also draws inspiration from Jessica Alba, a renowned American actress, who has made it to the “Forbes list of richest actors in modern times.”

75. Judith

The name Judith has its origin from a Hebrew word, which means “woman of Judea.”

76. Kate

The name Kate originates from a French word, meaning “pure or clear.” Some of the celebrities with this name include Kate Middleton, the Duchess of Cambridge, and wife of Prince Williams (Duke of Cambridge).

77. Kristen

The name Kristen has its origin from a Danish word, which means “a Christian.” A popular bearer of the name is Kristen Stewart, a popular and rich (according to Forbes) American actress and film director.

78. Laurene

The name Laurene has its name derived from an Old Latin word, which means the “sweet bay tree,” indicative of “honor and victory.”

79. Leanda

The name Leanda has its origin from a Greek word, which means “Lion-like”, and refers to someone “strong and brave. ” Leanda also means “rich and wealthy.”

80. Lindsay

The name Lindsay has its origin from a Scottish word that refers to “a lake” or “a place of Linden trees.”

81. Lira

The name Lira originates from a Latin word, meaning “the harp, a stringed musical instrument.”

82. Mackenzie

The name Mackenzie has its origin from a Gaelic word, which means “born of fire.” The name Mackenzie also means “child of the wise leader.”

83. Martina

The name Martina originates from a Latin word, which means “of Mars.” Celebrities with this name include Martina Hingis, a former Swiss Tennis player.

84. Michelle

It originates from a Hebrew word that means “close to God.” The name is synonymous with Michelle Obama, a renowned lawyer, and wife of Barack Obama (an American politician and attorney).”

85. Mieko

The name Mieko has its name derived from a Japanese word, which means “one who is already prosperous.”

86. Natalie

A beautiful name, Natalie, refers to an individual “born at Christmas.”

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American actress Natalie Portman is a famous bearer of this name.

87. Odetta

A name with a German and French origin, Odetta, means “wealthy.”

88. Oprah

The name Oprah has its origin in a Hebrew word that refers to a “fawn or a young deer.” The name is also synonymous with Oprah Winfrey, a renowned American media executive, actress, an anchor, and a philanthropist.”

89. Pamela

It comes from an English word that refers to “someone sweet like honey.”

90. Rachel

The name Rachel has its origin from a Hebrew word, which means “ewe, female sheep.” Celebrities with this name include Rachel McAdams, a popular Canadian actress.

91. Rica

The name Rica has its origin in an old German word that means “peaceful ruler” or a “strong ruler.”

92. Sandra

A diminutive of the name “Alexander,” the name Sandra, refers to an individual who is the “defender of mankind.” A popular bearer of this name is Sandra Bullocks, an American producer, and film actress.”

93. Sarah

It is derived from a Hebrew word that means a “princess.” Celebrities with this name include Sarah Jessica Parker, a famous actress.

94. Selena

The name Selena originates from a Spanish word, which means “the Moon.” Celebrities with this name include Selena Gomez, a famous American singer.

95. Serena

The name Serena originates from “Serenus,” a Latin word, which means “calm and tranquility.” The name is synonymous with Serena Williams, a famous American Tennis player.

96. Sophia

The name Sophia originates from a Greek word, which means “wisdom.”

97. Susanne

The name Susanne originates from a French word that is indicative of the flower “Lily.”

98. Tiffany

It originates from an Old Greek word that means “Manifestation of God.” Celebrities with this trendy name include Tiffany Houghton, a renowned American singer.

99. Victoria

The name Victoria originates from a Latin word, which means “victory or triumph.” Popular bearers of this name include Victoria Beckham, a famous singer, and fashion designer.”

100. Yelena

The name Yelena is derived from a Greek word, which means “the rays of the Sun.”

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When you have to choose a name for your baby, a few hundreds of names may not be just enough. Keep digging our mine of baby names until you find that one precious gem.

Frequently Asked Questions

1. What are some common themes or inspirations for billionaire baby names?

The theme of billionaire baby names is money, class, and power. These names are frequently inspired by notable billionaire personalities or the names given to their children.

2. Do billionaire baby names tend to be traditional or modern?

Billionaire baby names often tend to be more on the modern side. However the name might sound traditional, but in recent years these names have been categorized as modern baby names.

Names indicate a lot about personalities; therefore, parents should choose their babies’ names after considering what kind of individuality they want them to develop as they grow. If wealthy and successful people inspire you, explore the article for billionaire names with meanings. These names indicate power and nobility. These unique names may motivate your children to imbibe a similar personality and become future billionaires. So, experiment with names such as Alberto or David for boys and Elizabeth or Fiona for girls. These unique names will give an edge to your children.

Infographic: Popular Billionaire Baby Names

Some parents believe that giving a billionaire baby name to their little one is a step toward making them wealthy individuals in the future. If you are one among them, this infographic can help you choose from some famous billionaire names for your little girl or boy.

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Key Pointers

  • Billionaire baby boy names inspired by the top 5 billionaires in the world are Bernard, Elon, Jeff, Mark, and Larry.
  • Feminine names after the richest women in the world include Francoise, Alice, Julia, Jaqueline, and Mackenzie.
  • Billionaire baby names carry both a traditional and a modern touch.

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