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Top 175 One Syllable Boy Names

While naming newborns, sometimes parents want a short, single-syllable name that will match their last or middle names. Some parents search for a meaningful, unique one-syllable word to use as their child’s nickname. If you are reading this, maybe you are one of those parents. Deciding a unique short name for your baby boy that sounds pretty cool and goes well with the rhythm of first, last, or middle name is not easy. For those parents, we have researched several one-syllable names and made a list of them. We have included some unisex names as well as some names from the Bible. Take a look at the below list and select a suitable one for your baby boy.

One-Syllable Baby Names for Boys:

Find the A-Z list of 1-syllable boy names below in alphabetical order.

  • Abe: From Hebrew, means Father of Multitude.
  • Ace: Ace is a Latin-originated word that means unity.
  • Arch: Arrived from the Old German and Old French word Archibald. It means genuine or brave.
  • Art
  • Ash
  • Aure: A Greek name that symbolizes a soft breeze.
  • Baird: Son of the bird
  • Bash: Party
  • Bear
  • Beau
  • Ben: Arrived from the Hebrew word Benjamin, Ben means a favorite son.
  • Birch: A tree
  • Blaine
  • Blue
  • Boone: Good
  • Breck: Freckled
  • Brett: Derived from Briton
  • Brit: It denotes the inhabitants or dwellers of Britain.
  • Brock
  • Brooks
  • Bruce
  • Bryce: Of Britain
  • Brynn
  • Buzz: By origin, Buzz is an American word. It signifies a village in the forest or a village densely surrounded by trees.
  • Byrne: A Gaelic word
    Cade
    • Cael
    • Cale
    Cane: jointed stem of a tall grass
    • Carl: A peasant or man of low birth
    • Cash
    • Chad: A country/ The Bengali variation of the word Moon.
    • Chance
    • Chas
    • Chase
    Chaz
    • Clark
    • Clam
    • Clay
    • Click
    • Clint: Forming part of a natural limestone
    • Clive
    • Cole: A brassica
    • Colt: The meaning of the English word Colt is a young male horse.
    • Crain
    • Creed
    • Crew
    • Cruz
    Cyd
    • Dale: A valley
    • Dane: A native of Denmark
    • Dash
    • Draw
    • Drew
    • Due
    • Dunn: As an English word Dunn means dark-skinned or dark hair. But according to the Gaelic dictionary, Dunn means fort.
    • Earl: A Nobleman
    • Earn
    • Fade
    • Fame
    • Finn: From Finnland
    • Fixx
    • Flynn: Red or Reddish
    • Fox
    • Frank
    • Frost
    • Fynn
    Gage
    • Gates
    • Gill
    • Glen: A narrow valley
    • Grant
    • Grey
    • Guy
    • Hank: An Old German word that means home ruler.
    • Hans
    • Herb
    • Holt: Grip or hold
    • Jack: God is kind
    • Jam
    • James
    • Jay
    • Jazz
    • Job
    • John
    • Joy
    • Juke
    • Kai: It indicates Food in Czech.
    • Kale: Affectionate/ Calm
    • Kane
    • Kent
    • Keefe
    • Keen: Having or showing eagerness
    • Keane
    • Kerr
    • Kit
    • Kite
    • Knox: From these hills
    • Knoy
    • Kurt
    • Kynn
    • Lane
    • Lee: Shelter from wind or weather
    • Lev
    • Lloyd
    • Luce
    • Luke: Light giving
    • Lynn
    • Mac
    • March
    • Mark
    • Max
    • Mead: An alcoholic drink made of fermented honey and water
    • Miles
    • Mitt
    • Mynn
    • Nash: Aat the ash tree
    • Neil: Cloud
    • Nine
    • Noor: Light
    • North
    Nox
    • Oak
    • Oax
    • Page
    • Park
    • Paul
    • Penn: Hill
    • Pierce: Penetrate
    • Pike
    • Quinn
    • Rain
    • Ralph
    • Ray
    • Reed: A plant of the grass family
    • Rex
    • Rock
    • Rome
    • Ron
    • Ross
    • Roy
    • Rynn
    • Sam
    • Sail
    Scott
    • Seth
    • Shane: According to the Irish language, Shane means a gift from God.
    • Shay
    • Sky
    • Slade
    • Slide
    • Smith
    • Stone
    • Tad
    • Tate
    • Tide
    • Tom
    • True
    • Troy
    • Trent
    • Trey: A playing card
    • Ty
    • Tynn
    • Van
    • Vince: Conqueror
    • Von
    • Vox
    • Wade
    • West
    • Worth
    • Winn
    • Xann
    • Zane: It means Gift from God in Hebrew.
    • Zeus

 

If you are searching for a single-syllable name for your beautiful daughter, check these one-syllable baby girl names. In this list, we have added some unisex names which may suit your baby boy as well.