10 Baby Boy Names Inspired By Movie Titles
If you’re a big movie fan (we certainly are!) it doesn't have to be that obvious that you’re naming your little boy after one of your favourite movies.
Just try to not be too adventurous... Batman doesn’t really fit well with any surname!
Instead, why not try these 10 baby boy names inspired by movie titles:
If you’re inspired by The Adventures of Robin Hood to improve your archery skills, you might also find it fitting to name your boy after this movie. Robin also means “famed”, “bright” and “shining” in German.
Peter Pan, the free-spirited and mischievous young boy who can fly and never grows up, will make for a magical name for your little one. Peter also means “rock” or “stone” in Greek.
Nobody dreams of having a child like Dennis Mitchell from Dennis The Menace, but it still makes for a good name. The name comes from the Greek God Dionysius.
By naming your boy after Jerry Maguire, he’ll sure to be as persistent and loveable as the character in this movie who never gave up. Jerry is also a diminutive of Jeremiah, Jeremy or Jerome.
It’s very unlikely that you’ll one day tell your little boy: “You’re a wizard, Harry”, but naming your child after one of the most beloved wizards, Harry Potter, can be a step in the right direction. In Swedish Harry means “rules the home”.
If you love music and fairytale stories, naming your boy after August Rush, will be an obvious choice. And who knows? Your little boy might become a virtuoso on the guitar.
The movie I am Sam had the whole world in tears and showed that a parent and child’s love can conquer all. Sam means “sun child” or “bright sun” in Hebrew.
Your little boy has so much potential to be great one day. And that’s the reason why naming him Elliot, after Billy Elliot, and the lead character in E.T. is such a good idea! The name is a diminutive of Elijah, or can be inspired by the scottish surname.
Although Evan Almighty didn’t get that many great reviews, it doesn’t mean it doesn’t make for a good name. The Welsh meaning of the name is “young”.
Although you wouldn’t want to show your little boy the bloody scenes in the war movie Saving Private Ryan, it still makes for a good name. Ryan also means “little king” in Gaelic – the perfect name for your little king.