In this article, we have compiled a list of 20 majestic, strong, and unusual boy names for 2022 inspired by old Kings, Bishops, Counts, and Saints.
Inspired by Eoghan Mor, 3rd century King of Munster. The name means family.
Inspired by Irish Saint Ernan, 6th century Abbot of Hinba. The name means solid or keen.
Inspired by Iago ap Beli, 6th century King of Gwynedd, son of King Beli ap Rhun. The name means going.
Inspired by Raedwald of East Anglia, 6th century King of the East Angles. The name means wise leader.
Inspired by Saint Aldhelm, 7th century Bishop of Sherborne. The name means protection.
Inspired by Arwald, 7th century Jutish King of the Isle of Wight. The name means ruler.
Inspired by Oswald of Northumbria, 7th century King of Northumbria. The name means ruler.
Inspired by Witteric, 7th century King of the Visigoths. The name means smart ruler or understanding ruler.
Inspired by Rupert of Bingen, 8th century Saint, son of Bertha of Bingen. The name means famous or bright.
Inspired by Aleran, 9th century Count of Barcelona. The name means winged or united.
Inspired by Torthred, 9th century Anglo Saxon Saint. The name means strength or loaf.
Inspired by Wigmund, 9th century ruler of Mercia, son of King Wiglaf. The name means hand of war.
Inspired by Berthold, 10th century Duke of Bavaria. The name means famous ruler.
Inspired by Eadnoth, 10th century Abbot of Ramsey and Bishop of Dorchester. The name means flourishing.
Inspired by Aicard, 11th century Archbishop of Arles. The name means never.
Inspired by Azelin, 11th century Bishop of Hildesheim. The name means noble.
Inspired by Saint Norbert of Xanten, 11th century Bishop and Confessor. The name means north or vivid.
Inspired by Saint Meinhard, 12th century Bishop of Livonia. The name means strong.
Inspired by Aymon the Peaceful, Count of Savoy (from 1329). The name means home.
Inspired by Eitel Friedrich, Count of Hohenzollern (from 1512). The name means vain.
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