10 Biblical Baby Boy Names
Whether religious or not, biblical names have always been a popular choice for parents.
Here is a list of names that could give you some inspiration that you may or may not know come from The Bible.
The first man created, Adam is the Hebrew for “man” and is still as popular as it has ever been.
In the Old Testament, Adam and Eve’s first son was named Cain. The name means “acquired” in Hebrew.
The origin of Caleb is unknown, but it is most likely related to Hebrew either meaning “dog” or “whole-hearted”.
Meaning “help” in Hebrew, and could be used also as a girl’s name.
Felix was originally used as a nickname in Roman times, meaning “lucky, successful” in Latin.
Jared is the name of a close descendant of Adam in the Old Testament, taking on the literal meaning “descent”.
Of Hebrew descent, Jesse means “gift” and can be used as both a girl and a boy’s name.
Meaning “who is like God?”, the name acts as a rhetorical question. In The Bible, there is an Archangel named Michael.
In Hebrew, Reuben means “behold, a son”.
In the Old Testament, Seth is the third son of Adam and Eve. The name means “placed” or “appointed” in Hebrew.