5 Dashing Boy Names That End With the Letter ‘O’

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Naming a baby can be a daunting task, especially when you know everyone has an opinion about every name out there. And with so many options to choose from, the whole process can seem quite intimidating. But when you think of names to save for your little one, it is not just the starting letter that counts; the ending letter is what ties it all together. Take the letter ‘O’, for example. Names that end with it have a unique touch to it, making them sound catchy and memorable. And although a lot of names don’t usually end with this vowel, these names are steadily increasing in popularity. So, if you have been searching for a one of a kind name for your little baby boy, these are the best names to choose from. Here is a list of the highest-rated baby names that end with the letter O. Read on to know them all!

1. Enzo


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If you were ever a fan of The Vampire Diaries growing up then you are no stranger to this name. The name Enzo is enigmatic and singular. But did you know that it has been around for several generations? This name is a hidden gem which means it’s not on top of any popular baby name lists. Not only does it end with the letter “o,” but there’s also a “z” in there, which isn’t very common. If you’d like a lowkey name that isn’t very common, this name may be a great choice for your main man. The name is the Italian version of the famous name Henry which is fairly common. Would you trade in Henry for Enzo? We know we would!

2. Arlo


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Speaking of unique names, Arlo is probably the most uncommon name we have on the list. Not only does the name sound fascinating and hard to place but it sounds like the name of someone who is trustworthy and just. Not bad qualities to assign to your baby am I right? The name is perfect by itself but it can also be used as a short form or nickname for the more popular name Harlow which it is thought to have originated from. If you want a name that no one has heard of before but is short and catchy this is the name for you!

3. Diego


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If you want a name that’s more familiar and is reminiscent of sweet childhood memories, Diego is a nostalgic and quirky name that you can opt for! A lot of you might know the name Diego from a fun cartoon growing up. Diego was the well loved cousin of Dora. But the name has been popular on its own for a long long time. Interestingly enough, the name Diego is also tied to the name James which is very popular. Diego is a great choice for your fun loving little boy.

4. Neo


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If your favorite singer growing up was Neo, this one is a no brainer! Although the name Neo is probably recognized the most through the Matrix franchise which has been around for a while now, it still held its own before Hollywood made it super famous. Neo was the character who was destined to change the world, which is great inspiration to draw from when naming your little boy. The name also means “gift” or “new” which further adds to the appeal. If you want a name that is out with the old and in with the new, Neo is the name for you!

5. Leo


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Leo is most definitely the most popular name on our list and we can see why. Not only is the name short and sweet but it is also the name of famous artisans and actors like Leonardo Dicaprio and Leonardo da Vinci who are both revered and celebrated by people from all over the world. It is also associated with the Zodiac sign Leo, which is a fire sign. If your baby is fierce and feisty this might be the perfect name for them. Leos are also known for being loyal and bold, two great characteristics for your son to embody. If you want a name that ends with an ‘O’ sound, we are sure that this is the perfect choice for your leading man.

Picking out a name doesn’t have to be so daunting. Have fun with it. Make it as catchy and appealing to you and your baby as possible. Eventually you’ll stumble upon the one that sounds just right. So don’t worry and have fun curating a creative list of baby names to choose from instead. We hope some of the names mentioned above made the cut. Would you give your baby a name that ends with ‘o’? Let us know in the comments section!

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Kezia John

Kezia holds a deep interest in writing about women adapting to motherhood and childcare. She writes on several topics that help women navigate the joys and responsibilities of being a new mom and celebrate every stage of their baby's development. When she is not writing for MomJunction, she sings in a classical Western choir and reads endlessly.