108 Roman Baby Boy Names With Meanings

Roman has employed a different system of naming over 14 centuries. These names have also become popular in some cultures of Europe and the Mediterranean, which were a combination of family and personal names. Roman babby names majorly represent their civilization that continued to remain even today.

Most Roman baby boy names were used in Ancient Rome and the Roman Empire. They were all-time favorites for many of them and were rediscovered in the modern world. The popular Big Read that featured ‘To Kill A Mockingbird,' and then HBO series ‘Rome' and ‘Hunger Games' popularized the ancient Roman male names greatly.

Here, we bring you the most appealing Roman baby names for boys.

AdrianWater, or a sea of waterBoy
AngelA messengerBoy
AnthonyThey are unique, priceless flower and a Roman clan nameBoy
CharlesVariant of Karl; braveBoy
DominicBelonging to the all-mighty.Boy
JohnEldest son of Saul,God is Benevolent,merciful and graciousBoy
JulianLatin - Jupiter's Child; Downy; Julian is YouthfulBoy
LincolnSettlement by the lakeBoy
MeleHawaiian - One who is happy; MerryBoy
MichaelOne of the seven archangels of the GodBoy
OwenA well born, young warrior; noble birthBoy
AegidiusA young goat, or a shield from young goat skinBoy
AelliusThe sun, name of Roman emperor HandrianBoy
AerthirnFrom the royal Roman clanBoy
AmabilisBeautiful, loving people who are spontaneous and happy-go-luckyUnisex
AugustuSicilian form of Augustus, meaning venerable.Boy
AuravGod of Dawn; Goddess of DawnBoy
AureliuA form of Aurelius, meaning golden or gilded.Boy
BarbroForeign, OverseasBoy
CaiuA form of Caius, meaning to rejoice.Boy
CajusHe will rejoiceBoy
CarinuSicilian form of Carinus, meaning dear or beloved.Boy
CessyThe one who is blindUnisex
CezarThey are hairyBoy
CilistinuSicilian form of Caelestinus. It means of the sky or heavenly.Boy
CiprianA martyr and a bishop under the emperor ValerianBoy
ClaudiuOne who is lame; cannot walk; one whose legs are crippledBoy
ClaudiusOne who is crippled; disabled; handicapped; unable to walkBoy
CloruSicilian form of Chlorus, meaning pale green.Boy
CodrutHailing from a forest in Romania; in a romanian forestBoy
ColumbaDove, a bird resembling pigeon and a symbol for peaceUnisex
ConstansConstant; never changing; steadfast; persistent and sustainedBoy
ConstantinSomething that is persistent and never changesBoy
ConsusSowing the seeds; planting; Derived from the Roman God of harvestBoy
CorneliusHoen, i.e. a bony growth that grows on the bodies of certain animalsBoy
CustanzuCustanzu is the Sicilian form of Constantius and means constant or steadfast.Boy
DecimusOne who came tenth in numberBoy
DennisOne who promotes civilizationBoy
DominicusThe one who is born of the LordBoy
DominikOne who is born out of a God; has Godly mannersBoy
DumizzianuSicilian form of Domitianus, meaning having been tamed.Boy
EctoriusTo restrain; one who has imagibative and creative mindBoy
Emileighthis name means somebody who is trying to excel or equal a rival.Boy
EnejSlovenian word for praise.Boy
Enniaunthe family name of a great writer during ancient Roman civilization.Boy
FaunusTo become someone's friendBoy
FaustusAn auspicious mandBoy
FebianOne who is from the Fabius clanBoy
FestusHe who is festive and full of joyBoy
FlaviuRomanian form of Flavius, meaning golden or yellow haired.Boy
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