150+ Most Popular Baby Boy Names 2020 – Unique and Trendy
Naming a newborn baby may seem simple at first glance, but once you know the sex of the baby, it’s not as easy as it seems. Will it suit your character or your last name? Will you like it when you grow up or will you ‘hate’ us for calling you that?
More and more often, different names (and even some television and film names) and even celebrities’ names for newborns are being imposed in Spain. If you don’t want to be so original, but you don’t want to stay with the classics Antonio, María, David, Juan, Ana, Isabel, Carlos, José or Manuel, take a look at the names that will be successful in 2020.
That’s why we made you a list of 150 baby names that will become most popular in 2020, based on the trends of 2018 and 2019 as well as some showbiz inspirations:
The Most Popular Names for Boys:
Here are the 100 most popular baby name ideas for boys in 2020:
Top Unisex Names 2020 :
- Remy / Remi
Boy names that will be trending in 2021:
Bruno: of Germanic origin. It means “armour”.
Mateo: of Hebrew origin. Gift of God, is a variant of Matthias.
Thiago: of Latin origin. It means “held by the heel”.
Álex: of Greek origin. It means “defender”.
Gael: of Latin origin. It means “a man of great generosity”.
Pau / Pablo / Pol: of Latin origin. Small and humble.
Martin: of Latin origin. Related to Mars, god of war for the Romans.
Hugo: means “spirit, intelligence, reason and mind”.
Adrian: refers to the coastal city that gives its name to the Adriatic Sea. Of Latin origin.
Izan: popular variant of the name Ethan, which means solid, lasting, permanent and constant.
Marcos/Marc: of Latin origin. Saint Mark was the author of a gospel based on the talks of Saint Peter.
Lucas: of Latin origin. Luminous.
Mario: of Hebrew origin. Relating to Mars, god of war in Rome.
Sergio: of Latin origin. It was the name of a Roman gens and, probably, its meaning was “guardian”.
Leo: of Latin origin. Leo.
Alvaro: means “noble guard”, of Germanic origin.
David: of Hebrew origin. Beloved of God. Daniel: means “judge of God”, and of Hebrew origin.
Javier: of Basque origin. From the Basque language “etxe-berri”, which means “new house”.
Diego: of Greek origin. Educated.