100 Cool last names for boys (with meanings)

Searching for the best last name for your baby boy? We have you covered. Congratulations on the birth of your baby boy. Before and after the birth of a baby comes the task of finding names for them. You want adorable names that will be suitable for them throughout their life time. Don’t worry, I have lots of them here.

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Last names starting with A

Aaron

Aaron is a Hebrew surname which means high mountain; exalted, enlightened. It is derived from the Hebrew name Aharon, which is ultimately derived from the Hebrew word har-on, which means mountain of strength. The surname Aaron is a biblical name and it became popular in the 19th century.

Adam

Adam is a Hebrew surname which means son of the red earth. It is derived from the Hebrew word “adama”, which means earth. It is a biblical name and it’s the name of the first man God created.  The surname Adam became popular in the 18th century.

Adair

The surname Adair is a Scottish surname which means oak tree ford. It is derived from the Old English name Edgar. The name is found in the Medieval form and has variations of spelling. The surname Adair became popular in the 19th century

Adrian

The surname Adrian is an English surname which means from the seaport of Adria. It is derived from the Latin name (H)Adrianus which is a name given to someone from the seaport of Adria. The surname Adrian became popular in the 20th century.

Alan

Alan is an Irish surname which means fair or handsome. It is derived from the word aluinn which means fair or handsome. Although the surname Alan was first used in the 6th century, it has variations of spelling and became popular in the 19th century.

Albert

Albert is a German surname which means noble bright. It is derived from the German name Adalberht which is composed of adal which means noble and berht which means bright, the surname Albert became popular in the 19th century.

Alston

The surname Alston is an English surname which means dweller at the old stone. It is derived from the old English word stan which means stone. The name Alston was first used in the 12th century but became popular in the 19th century.

Amos

The surname Amos is a Hebrew surname which means carried by God. It is derived from the Hebrew word Amos which means borne by God. The surname Amos is a biblical name and also the name of a prophet in the bible. The surname Amos became popular in the 18th century.

Asher

The surname Asher is a Hebrew surname which means a blessed or happy one. It also refers to a person who dwells by an ash tree, derived from the Middle English word ascheer which means dweller by an ash tree. The surname Asher became popular in the 18th century.

Axel

Axel is a Scandanivian surname which means my father is peace. It is derived from the Old Norse name Asketill which is composed of ass meaning god and ketill which means a sacrificial cauldron. The surname Axel became popular in the 19th century.

Andrew

The surname Andrew is a Greek surname which means strong and manly. It is derived from the Greek name Andreas which means manly, the name is a biblical name and was held by one of the disciples of Christ’s. The surname Andrew is associated with the Christian and it became popular in the 18th century.

Austin

Austin is an English surname which means great or magnificent. It is derived from the vernacular form of the Latin name Augustus which means majestic. The surname Austin has variations of spelling and it became popular in the 19th century.

Last names starting with B

Barnes
Barnes is an English surname which means at a barn. It is derived from the Middle English word barn which is a development of the Old English word bern meaning barn or granary. The surname Barnes is an occupational name for a person who lived or worked at a barn, and it became popular in the 18th century.

Barton

The surname Barton is an English surname which means from the barley settlement. It is derived from the old English word beretun which is composed of bere meaning barley and tun, meaning settlement. The locational surname Barton became popular in the 18th century

Batley
Batley is an English surname which means woodland clearing. The locational surname is derived from the Old English word Bataleah which means woodland clearing. Although, the surname Batley was first used in the 13th century, it became popular in the 19th century.

Beam

Beam is a French surname which means lovely dwelling. It is derived from the locational name Beaumais-sur-dive in calvados and is ultimately derived from the old French word beumes which means lovely dwelling. The surname beams became popular in the 19th century.

Blake

The surname Blake is an English surname which means fair-haired or dark. According to history, the surname Blake has two derivations. It could be derived from word blac which means black or black-haired, it could also be derived from the old English word black which means white or fair-haired. The surname Blake became popular in the 18th century.

Booth
Booth is an English surname which means small hut. It is derived from the word both which was used to denote different types of shelter especially a herdsman’s dwelling on a summer pasture. The surname is most popular in Northern England. The surname Booth is used to describe a person who lived in a small barn or bothy, and it became popular in the 19th century.

Bridges
Bridges is an English surname which can either be a locational surname from the name of a place in Belgium or for someone who lived near a bridge. The surname Bridges can also be an occupational surname for a bridge keeper whose duty is to build and maintain bridges. The surname Bridges became popular in the 19th century.

Brook

The surname Brook is an English surname which means a rocky land or a stream that flooded. It is a habitational surname for places called Brook or Brock in England or for someone who lived on a rocky area or a stream that is flooded. The surname Brook became popular in the 18th century.

Bruce

The surname Bruce is a Scottish and English surname which means the brushwood thicket. The locational name was a name made famous by the Scottish king Robert the Bruce who won Scotland’s independence from England in the14th century. The surname Bruce became popular in the 18th century.

Bryant

The surname Bryant is an Irish surname which means strong or honourable. It is derived from the name Brian which contains the word brigh meaning strong. The surname Bryant became popular in the 18th century

Last names starting with C

Caleb

Caleb is a Hebrew surname which means devotion to God. It is derived from the Hebrew word calve which means wholehearted. The surname Caleb is a biblical name for one of the companions of Muses and Joshua and it became popular in the 19th century.

Cameron

The surname Cameron is a Scottish surname which means crooked nose. It is derived from a Gaelic nickname camsron which is composed of cam meaning crooked or bent, and sron meaning nose. The surname Cameron became popular in the 19th century.

Casey
The surname Casey is an Irish surname which means vigilant or brave in battle. It is derived from the Gaelic name Ó Cathasaigh with the prefix “O” indicating “male descendant of and the personal name, “Cathasach”, meaning vigilant or watchful. The surname Casey became popular in the 19th century.

Coleman

The surname Coleman is an Irish and English surname which means a white dove. It is derived from the old Irish name Columban which is composed of the word colm which means a dove and ban which means white. The surname Coleman became popular in the 19th century.

Collymore

Collymore is an English surname which means cool lake. It is a locational surname which is derived from the Olde English word col-mera meaning cool lake or clear lake. According to history, it is also associated with the village of Colmore in the county of Dorset.  The surname Collymore became popular in the 19th century.

Connor

Conner is an Irish surname which means lover of hounds. It is a patronymic surname which is the shortened form of the name O’Connor and is ultimately derived from the Gaelic form which is conchobhar, meaning lover of hounds. The surname Connor became popular in the 19th century.

Curran

Curran is an Irish surname which is derived from the Old Gaelic name O’Corraidhin which means the male descendant of Corraidhin, a given name from corradh which means a spear. The surname Curran became popular in the 17th century and is one of the top names in Ireland.

Cyrus

Cyrus is a Persian surname which means farsighted or sun. it is derived from the Greek form of the Greek form of the Persian name Kurush which means far-sighted. The surname Cyrus is associated with the nobles and became popular in the 18th century.

last names for boys

Last names starting with D

Dalton

The surname Dalton is an English surname which means settlement in the valley. It is derived from the old English word doeltun which is composed of doel meaning valley and tun meaning settlement. The surname Dalton is a locational name that became popular in the 19th century.

Daniel

The surname Daniel is a Hebrew surname which means God is my judge. It is derived from the Hebrew name Daniyyel which is composed of the words din, meaning judge and el meaning God. The surname Daniel is associated with the Christian and became popular in the 18th century.

Darby

The surname Darby is an Irish surname which means one from the deer estate. It is derived from the old Norse word djurbyr which is composed of djur meaning deer and byr meaning a farm or an estate. The surname Darby became popular in the 19th century.

Dawson

The surname Dawson is a Welsh surname which means son of David. It is derived as the nickname of the Hebrew given name David which is translated as Dodavehu meaning beloved of Jehovah. This name is popular among the Christians and became popular in the 19th century.

Dominic

Dominic is a Latin surname which means belonging to the lord. It is derived from the Latin word Dominicus which means; of the Lord. The surname Dominic became popular in the 18th century and it is associated with the saints who founded the Dominican order.

Donald

The surname Donald is a Scottish surname that means proud chief or world rule. It is derived from the old Celtic word domnoval which is composed of dumno meaning world and Val meaning rule. The surname Donald became popular in the 18th century.

Donovan

Donovan is an Irish surname which means dark or little brown one it is derived from the Gaelic name O’Donnabhain which is composed of the words Donn meaning brown and dubhan/dubh which means black. The surname Donovan became popular in the 19th century.

Duke

Duke is an English surname which means leader or ruler. It is derived from the Middle English word duke() which developed from the old French word due. It is usually used to denote a leader of an army. The surname Duke became popular in the 18th century.

Dylan

The surname Dylan is a Welsh surname which means son of the sea. It is derived from the Welsh word dyllanw which means sea. In Welsh mythology, Dylan was a legendary sea god who prompted all the waters of Britain and Ireland to weep when he died. The surname Dylan became popular in the 19th century.

Last names starting with E

Elias

Elias is a Greek surname which means Yahweh is God. It is derived from the Hebrew word Eliyahu which means Jehovah is God. The name became a popular name among the Christians since it was the popular names of saints and martyrs. The surname Elias became popular in the 18th century.

Emil

The surname Emil is a Latin surname which means rival. It is derived from the Latin word aemulus which means rival. The surname Emil is part of the famous Latin name and became popular in the 19th century although it was first used in the 12th century.

England

The surname England is an English surname which means a meadow beside a rushing river. It is a topographic surname which is derived from the old English word Engelond meaning a meadow beside a rushing river. The surname England became popular in the 20th century.

Ethan

The surname Ethan is a Hebrew name which means strong or firm. It is derived from the Hebrew word which means strength. The surname Ethan is associated with the Christians although the surname was first used in the 12th century, it became popular in the 18th century.

Eugene

Eugene is a Greek surname which means well-born or noble. It is derived from the Greek word eugenios which means well-born. The surname Eugene was borne by a 3rd century bishop and it became popular in the English-speaking countries in the 19th century.

Evan

The surname Evan is a Welsh surname which means the Lord is gracious. It is derived from the name Lefan, which is the Welsh version of the name John. The surname Evan is one of the most popular names in the United States and it became popular in the 18th century.

Everett

Everett is an English surname which means wild as a wild boar. It is derived from the German name Eberhard which is composed of the German words eber meaning wild boar and hard meaning brave or strong. The surname Everett was introduced to England by the Norman invaders and became popular in the 18th century.

Last names starting with F

Felix
The surname Felix is a Latin surname that means blessed, happy, or lucky. It is derived from the Jewish family name Baruch which means blessed. The surname Felix is popular among the Roman family, and it became popular in the 18th century.

Fidelis

The surname Fidelis is a Latin name that means faithful. It is derived from the Latin word fides which means faithful or trust. The name is associated with puritans. Although the surname Fidelis was used in the early days it became popular in the 19th century.

Flynn
The surname Flynn is an Irish surname which means son of the red-haired one. It is derived from the anglicized form of the Olde Gaelic name O’Floinn. The Gaelic prefix ‘O’ indicates male descendants of’ and the personal name Floinnv from flann meaning a red complexion. The surname Flynn became popular in the 19th century.

Ford

Ford is an English surname which means dweller at the ford. It is derived from the old English word ford which means pass or crossing. The surname Ford is usually given to a person who lived near a ford or river crossing. The surname Ford became popular in the 18th century.

Fox
The surname Fox is an English surname which is derived from the Old English word fox which is an animal universally admired for his speed and cunning attributes which the first person to bear the name undoubtedly possessed. The surname Fox became popular in the 19th century.


Last names starting with G

Gabriel

Gabriel is a Hebrew name which means God is my strength. It is derived from the Hebrew name Gavirilel which is composed of gever which means strong and el which is a reference to God. The surname Gabriel is associated with the Christians and became popular in the 18th century.

Gatlin

The surname Gatlin is an English surname which means a wandering man or a companion. It is derived from the old English word gaedeling which means a companion. It is usually a nickname for a companion or wandering man. The surname Gaflin became popular in the 20th century.

Gavin
Gavin is an English surname which means battle hawk. It is derived from the Celtic name Gawaine which is a derivation of the name Gwalchmai composed of gwalch which means a hawk and maedd which means battle. The surname Gavin became popular in the 19th century.

Last names starting with H

Hanson

Hanson is a Scandinavian surname which means son of Hans. It is derived from the name Han(n) which is a Flemish form of John from the Hebrew “Yochanan” meaning “Jehovah has favoured (me with a son). “Hann(e)” was a very popular Christian name in the 13th Century.

Harris
The surname Harris is an English surname which means. It is derived from the given name Harry which is a derivation of Henry, meaning home-ruler. Although the surname Harris was first used in the 12th century, it became popular in the 19th century.


Hayes

The surname Hayes is an English surname which means hedged or fence area. It is derived from the old English word has. The surname is usually given to a person who lived near an area of forest fenced off for hunting. The surname Hayes became popular in the 18th century.

Hendrix

Hendrix is a German surname which means home or estate ruler. It is derived from the German name Heimric which means home ruler. Although the surname Hendrix was first used in the 12th, it did not become popular until the 18th century.

Henry
Henry is an English surname which means estate or home ruler. It is derived from the German name Heimirich which is composed of heim meaning home and ric meaning ruler. The surname Henry was popular among royalites and it became popular in the 18th century.

Howard

The surname Howard is a German or English surname which means brave heart. It is derived from the German name hughard which is composed of the words hug which means heart and hard which means brave. The surname Howard became popular in the 18th century.

last names for boys

Last names starting with I

Isaiah

The surname Isaiah is a Hebrew surname which means the salvation of the Lord. It is derived from the Hebrew word Yesha’yahu which is composed of yasha which means to save and yah which is a reference to the Hebrew god. The surname Isaiah became popular in the 19th century.

Last names starting with J

James
The surname James is an English and Hebrew surname which means supplanter. It is derived from the Hebrew word akev which means a heel, but has also been interpreted as he who supplanted. The surname James is a biblical name, and it became popular in the 18th century.


Jeremy

Jeremy is an English name which means appointed by God. It is a variant of the name Jeremiah which is a biblical name and is associated with the Christians. The surname Jeremy became popular in the English-speaking countries in the 20th century and has variations of spelling.

Jesse

Jesse is a Hebrew surname which means gift. It is derived from the Hebrew name Yishai which means gift. The surname Jesse is a biblical name which is recorded in the Old Testament as the father of King David. It was used as an English given name after the Protestant Reformation but became popular in the 19th century.

Joe

Joe is a Hebrew and English surname which means Jehovah increases. It is the diminutive for if the name Joseph. The name Joseph is a biblical name which was introduced to Britain by the pilgrims in the 11th century. The surname Joe became popular in the 18th century.

John

The surname John is an English surname which means God is gracious. It is derived from the Hebrew name Yochanan or the Latin name Johannes. The surname John is associated with the saints since it’s a biblical name. The surname John became popular in the 18th century.

Johnson

The surname Johnson is an English surname which means son of John. The patronymic surname is derived from the Latin name Johannes which is ultimately derived from the Hebrew name Yohanan which means Jehovah has favoured. The surname Johnson became popular in the 18th century.

Josiah
The surname Josiah is a Hebrew surname which means God supports or God heals. It is derived from Yoshiyahu which is a Hebrew name composed of yoshi meaning support and Yahu, referring to the Hebrew god. The surname Josiah is a biblical name, and it became popular in the 18th century.


Jonas

The surname Jonas is a Greek surname which means dove. It is derived from the Hebrew name which also means dove and it is associated with the Christians since it’s a biblical name. The surname Jonas became popular in the 18th century.

Last names starting with K

Keith

Keith is an English and Scottish surname which means wood. It is derived from the name of a place which is probably derived from the Brythonic element cet which means wood. The surname Keith became popular in the 19th century and was used for the Scottish nobles.

Last names starting with L

Lachlan

The surname Lachlan is a Scottish surname which means from the land of lakes. It is derived from the Gaelic word lochlainn which means Lake-land. The surname Lachlan became popular in the 18th century and it is a popular Scottish surname.

Liam
Liam is an English surname which means helmet of will. It is derived Uilliam, which is the Irish version of the name William and is ultimately made up of two old German elements: willa meaning will or resolution and helma meaning helmet. The surname Liam became popular in the 20th century.

Lance
Lance is an English surname which means land. It is derived from the name Lanzo, a Germanic name which was a short form of names that began with Land. According to history, the surname Lance became more associated with the French name Lance, which actually meant the tool/weapon, and it became popular in the 20th century.


Lawton
Lawton is an English surname which means low hill settlement. It is derived from the Old English word hlawtun which is composed of hlaw meaning a low hill and tun meaning a fenced enclosure or a settlement. Although the surname Lawton was first used in the 13th century, it did not become popular till the 18th century.

Levi

The surname Levi is a Hebrew surname which means attached or joined. It is derived from the Hebrew word Yillawah which means he will join. The surname Levi is a biblical name which became popular in the 19th century.

Logan
The surname Logan is a Scottish surname which means small hollow. It is derived from a place called Ayrshire. The place name came from lagan which is a Scottish Gaelic diminutive of lag which means hollows. The surname Logan has variations of spelling, and it became popular in the 19th century.

Last names starting with M

Malloy

The surname Malloy is an Irish surname which means noble chief. It is derived from the old Gaelic name O’Maolmhuidh which means descendant of the Great chief. The surname Malloy is a popular name in Ireland and it became popular in the 19th century

Martin

Martin is a Latin surname which means warlike. It is derived from the Latin name Martin which is ultimately derived from the name Mars, which is the god of fertility and war. The surname Martin became popular in the 19th century and is popular in most of the English-speaking countries.

Maxwell
Maxwell is an English surname which means from Maccus’ spring. The locational surname is derived from the Norse name Makkr a form of Magnus which means great, and the Old English wael which means well or pool, hence the pool of Maccus. The surname Maxwell became popular in the 19th century.

McKay

McKay is a Scottish and Northern Irish surname which is derived from the old Gaelic name MacAodh. MacAodh is composed of the prefix Mac which means son and the name Aodh which means fire. Although the name was used first in the 14th century, it became popular in the 19th century.

Michael
The surname Michael is a Hebrew surname which means He who is like God. It is derived from ancient Hebrew name Micha-el meaning He who is like god and was introduced from the Holy Land. The surname Michael is associated with the Christian and it became popular in the 18th century.

Miles

The surname Miles is an English surname which means Merciful. It is derived from the German name “Mild” which is ultimately derived from the Slavic word mil which means mercy. Although the surname Miles was first used in the 12th century, it did not become popular until the 18th century.

Miller

Miller is an English surname which means a grinder of grain. It is usually an occupational surname given to a person who worked in a grain mill. The surname Miller has variations of spelling and became popular in the 19th century.

Morris

The surname Morris is an English surname which means dark-skinned. It is derived from the old French name which is ultimately derived from the Latin name Mauritius which means dark.

Last names starting with N

The surname Morris is usually a nickname given to a person with dark skin and it became popular in the 18th century.

Nathan

Nathan is a Hebrew surname which means giver. It is derived from the Hebrew verb natan which means gave. The surname Nathan is a biblical name and has been popular among the Christians since the 19th century.

Neil
The surname Neil is an English surname which means champion. It is derived from the Irish name Niall which means champion. The surname Neil was introduced to England after the conquest of 1066 and it became popular in the 19th century.

Nelson

Nelson is an English surname which means son of Niel. It is derived from the old Gaelic name Niall which means champion. It was brought to England by the Norman after the conquest of 1066. The surname Nelson became popular in the 18th century.

Noah

Noah is an English name which means rest wandering. It is derived from the Hebrew name Noach which is ultimately derived from the root word avach meaning rest. The surname Noah became popular in the 18th century and it is associated with the Christians since it is a biblical name.

Nolan

The surname Nolan is an Irish surname which means champion or famous. It is derived from the anglicised form of O’Nuallain, nuall which means famous or noble. The surname Nolan is one of the most frequently found surnames in Ireland and it became popular in the 19th century.

Nicholas

Nicholas is a Greek surname which means people of victory. It is derived from the Greek word Nikolaos which is composed of Nikan which means to conquer and Laos which means people.  The surname Nicholas became popular in the 18th century.

Last names starting with O

Otis
The surname Otis is a surname which means wealth, or riches. It is derived from the Old French personal names Odes, Otes, Odon, and Otton which is ultimately derived from the Old German names Odo and Otto, which literally mean riches. The surname Otis became popular in the 18th century.

Owen

The Welsh surname Owen which means young warriors or well-born is derived from the Latin word Eugenius and also the Welsh first name Owain. The surname Welsh is a popular royal surname and it became popular in the 18th century.

Last names starting with P

Patrick
Patrick is an English surname which means noble. It is derived from the Latin name Patricius which means noble father and is usually given to the patrician class. The surname Patrick became popular in the 18th century.


Paul
The surname Paul is a Latin surname which means small. It is derived from Latin word paulus meaning small and also used as an endearment name for a small person. The surname Paul is a biblical name, and it became popular in the 18th century.

Phillips

Phillips is a Greek surname which means lover of horses. It is derived from the Greek name Philippos which is composed of the words phileins meaning to love and hippos meaning horse. The surname Phillip became popular in the 18th century.

Pierce

The surname Pierce is an English surname which means son of Piers. It is derived from the French name Piers which is ultimately derived from the given name Peter meaning rock. The surname Pierce has variations of spelling and became popular in the 18th century.

Last names starting with R

Richard

The surname Richard is a German surname which means dominant ruler. It is derived from the old German name Richard which is composed of Ric meaning power and hard meaning strong. There are many variations of spelling for the surname Richard and it became popular in the 19th century.

Roger

The surname Roger is a German surname which means famous warrior. It was derived from the Germanic word hrodger which is composed of the words hrod which means fame and ger which means spear. The surname Roger became popular in the 18th century.

Roy

Roy is a French and Celtic surname which means king or red haired. It is derived from ruadh which means red and was given to a person with red hair. It is also derived from the word rey meaning a king, and it was used as a nickname for a person who behaved or earned the title of a king.

Last names starting with S

Sage
The surname Sage is an English surname which means wise. It is derived from the French word sage which means learned or sensible, and ultimately derived from the Latin word sapere, meaning to discern. The surname Sage became popular in the 19th century.

Salmon
The surname Salmon is an English surname which means. It is derived from the Middle English and Old French name Salmon or Saumon, a contracted form of Salomon which is ultimately derived from the Hebrew name Shelomo, a derivative of shalom. The surname Salmon became popular in the 19th century.

Samson

The surname Samson is a Hebrew and English surname which means sun. It is derived from the Hebrew word Shimshon which is a diminutive of “shemesh”, meaning sun. The surname Samson is popular among the Christians and became popular in the 18th century.

Sean

Sean is an Irish surname and is the Irish variation if the Hebrew name John which means God is gracious or gift from God. The surname Sean has variations of spelling and has been popular since the 19th century.

Sebastian
The surname Sebastian is a Latin surname which means a person from the ancient city of Sebastia. It is a locational surname derived from the name of a place in Greece called Sebastianos which describes a person who comes from Sebastia. The surname Sebastian became popular in the 19th century.

Shaw

The surname Shaw is an English surname which means strong contention. It is derived from the German word haduwidis which is composed of the words Hadu which means contention and widi which means strong. The surname Shaw became popular in the 20th century.

Simon
The surname Simon is a Hebrew surname which means listener or the one who hearkens. It is derived from the Hebrew name Shimeon which means the one who hearkens. Although, the surname Simon was first used in the 13th century it became popular in the 18th century.

Stiles

The surname Stiles is an English surname which means hills or steps. It is derived from the old English word stigel or stigol which means a hill or to climb. The topographical surname Stiles became popular in the 19th century.

Stoll

Stoll is a German surname which is derived from the German word stole meaning a support. The surname stole is an occupational surname for a carpenter. The surname Stoll became popular in the English-speaking countries in the 19th century.

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Last names starting with T

Terry

Terry is an English and Irish surname which means the power of the people or race. It is derived from the name Thierri which is ultimately derived from the ancient name Theodoric, composed of the words theudo meaning people or race, and ric meaning power.  The surname Terry became popular in the 20th century

Theodore
Theodore is a Greek surname which means gif of God. It is derived from the Latin word Theodoros which is a variation of the Greek name Theodõros and is compsoed of theos meaning God and dõron meaning gift . The surname Theodore is associated with the saints and it became popular in the 18th century.


Trevor
Trevor is a Welsh surname which means from the big settlement. It is derived from the Welsh word trefmawr which is composed of tref which means village and mawr which means large. The surname Trevor became popular in the 19th century.


Troy
The surname Troy is an Irish surname which means foot solider. It is derived from the name O’Trehy which is derived from the Irish name O’Troighthigh and ultimately derived from the Irish word troightheach meaning a foot soldier. The surname Troy became popular in the 17th century.

Tyler

The English surname Tyler is an occupational surname which means the maker of tiles. It is derived from the old English word tigele which means to cover. It was introduced to England by the Normans after the conquest 1066 and it became popular in the 19th century.

Last names starting with W

Walter

Walter is a German surname which means army ruler. It is derived from the German name waldheri which is composed of wald meaning rule and heri meaning army. The surname Walter was introduced into France in the 9th century but became popular in the 18th century.

Watson

The surname Watson is an English and Scottish surname which means son of Watt. Watt was a pet name for the given name Walter which means powerful ruler. The surname Watson became popular in the 18th century and is one of the popular names in Scotland and the united states.

Wayne

The surname Wayne is an English surname which means the maker of wagons. It is derived from the Old English word Waegn or Waegen which developed to the Middle English word Wain which means cart or wagon. The surname Wayne is an occupational name for a maker or a driver of a waggon and it became popular in the 18th century.

Wille

Wille is an English surname which is derived from the Olde English word waella, from the Middle English wyll meaning a spring or a stream. It is used as a locational surname to denotes someone who lived by a spring or stream. Although the name was introduced in 1066, it became popular in the 19th century.

William

The surname William is an English surname which means resolute protection. It is derived from the personal name Wilhelm which is composed of wil meaning of strong mind and helm which literally means helmet, but in this context means protection. The surname William became popular in the 18th century.

Wren
The surname Wren is a surname which means a quick moving person. It is derived from the Old English word wrenna or wraenna which developed to the Middle English
word wrenne and was probably used to describe a small, busy and quick-moving person. The surname Wren became popular in the 18th century.

Last names starting with Y

Young

Young is an English surname which means The young one. It is derived from the word geong which later changed to the Middle English word yonge meaning the young one. Although the name was first used in the 13th century, it became popular in the 19th century.

Conclusion

There you have it – 100 cool last names for boys. Go through the list and choose the best surname that has a good meaning for your baby boy.

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