Fashionable Old Fashioned Names for Boys!

Do you want a classic name for your little boy bundle of joy that is old yet still fashionable. The following list consists of some vintage suggestions that are still in style today.

Aiden – This very popular name is Irish and means 'fiery.' Although it is ancient, the name Aiden also has a very upright contemporary flair.

Avery – This name, which means 'counselor of the elves', is English in origin. It has been on the top ten lists of popular English names for the last two years.

Charlie – Charlie is one of those old English and German names that tend to never go out of style. This perennial favorite name means 'strong.” The real name of Tiger Woods is Charlie.

Everett – This traditional English name means 'Wild Boar.' It is a rarer name that has a great deal of dignity.

Henry – This is a name reminiscent of many English Kings even though its origin is German. The name means Ruler of the Household.

Jasper – This name means 'Precious Stone' and is a stylish form of Jacob or Josh. It is good for a kid that you are hoping might become artistic.

Leo – This striking yet short name exudes strength. The long form is Leonardo. The name is Latin for 'The Lion.' It's a good name for a son that you hope will be very ambitious.

Liam – This name, thanks to actor Liam Niilson, has been popular for some time. It is Irish and short for William.

Max – This is a dapper Latin name that is short for Maximillian or Maxwell. It was very popular in the 1920s.

Oliver – Oliver means Olive Tree in Latin. It also has its connotations to Oliver Twist. It is a gentle sophisticated name with a very old vibe.

Owen – This name is Irish for 'young warrior' and it used to describe nerds like the character that Danny Devi to play in 'Throw Momma From the Train. Nowadays it is seen as a more sophisticated and manly name.

Rory – This is also a very popular name this year. This Irish moniker means 'brilliance.'

Silas – This sleek and sophisticated name is an alternative to names Like Samuel and Sidney. It used to mean an old fuddy-duddy but it has fresher connotations in this century.
Wmffre – This unique name that is German in origin and pronounces oom-fre was among the top 100 names for boys in 2011. It means peaceful and is the German version of the name Humphrey.