Names for your baby: 33 Catalan boy names

One of the things that makes us most excited during pregnancy is thinking about and choosing the name that our baby will bear. If you are expecting a boy, you have probably already thought of some naming options for him.

Previously we shared Catalan names for girls , and for those who will have a boy, now we continue with 33 Catalan names for boys .

  • Adrià: Catalan form of Adrián, which is of Latin origin and means “he who comes from the sea”.
  • Agustí: Catalan form of Augusto, which means “great, venerable”.
  • Andreu: Catalan form of Andrés, whose meaning is “virile man”.
  • Arnau: Catalan form of Arnold.
  • Baptista: means “the one who immerses”.
  • Bernat: Catalan form of Bernardo, the one who is brave and feisty.
  • Biel: Catalan diminutive of Gabriel, means “the strength of God”.
  • Blai: Catalan variant of Blas, which means “one with difficulty speaking.”
  • Carles: Catalan form of Carlos.
  • Dídac: Catalan form of Diego, name of Greek origin.
  • Eduard: Catalan form of Eduardo, whose meaning is “rich or blessed protector”.
  • Feliu: Catalan form of Felix, it means “lucky, successful”.
  • Ferran: Catalan form of Fernando, which means “one who is daring and daring”.
  • Francesc: Catalan form of Francisco or Francis.
  • Gonçal: Catalan form of Gonzalo, whose meaning is “one who is willing to fight.”
  • Guillem: Catalan form of Guillermo, it means “one who is a determined protector”.
  • Ignasi: Catalan form of Ignacio, which comes from the Latin ignis and means “fire”.
  • Jan: Catalan form of Juan, which means “God is merciful”. Variant: Joan .
  • Jaume: Catalan form of Jaime, whose meaning is “he who follows God”.
  • Jordi: Catalan form of Jorge, which means “he who works the land”.
  • Josep: Catalan form of José, it means “he adds”.
  • Llorenç: Catalan form of Lorenzo, whose meaning is “laureate after the battle”.
  • Lluc: means “light”.
  • Manel: Catalan form of Manuel, which means “God is with us.”
  • Martí: Catalan form of Martín, derived from the name of the Roman god Mars.
  • Mateu: Catalan form of Mateo, which means “the great gift of our Lord”.
  • Nicolau: Catalan form of Nicolás, whose meaning is “the one who is the winner of the people or the crowd”.
  • Oriol: derived from the Latin Aureolus , means “golden”.
  • Pere: Catalan form of Pedro, which means “rock”.
  • Pol: Catalan form of Pablo
  • Ricard: Catalan form of Ricardo, means “little”.
  • Roderic: Catalan form of Roderick, meaning “famous power”.
  • Vicenç: Catalan form of Vicente, means “to conquer”.

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