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100 Best Names That Mean King

Here’s a list of 50 of the best baby boy names you can think of. The names are compiled after rigorous research of data from numerous sources to determine the public’s preferences. The list includes a variety of names with varied origins that have the meaning of ‘king,’ in order to suit your needs for a lovely yet unique name.

Baby Names That Mean King

  1. Alaric: Noble ruler (German)
  2. Arkin: Eternal king’s son (Norway)
  3. Basil: Like a king (Greece)
  4. Damba: King of the world (Angola)
  5. Delray: Of the king (France)
  6. Khari: Kingly (West Africa)
  7. Kral: King (Czech Republic)
  8. Leroi: The king (France)
  9. Negasi: Royalty (Ethiopia)
  10. Tor: King (Nigeria)
  11. Rex: King (Latin)

Boy Names Meaning Prince Or King

  1. Basil: Royal, kingly (Greek)
  2. Brioc: Mighty prince (Welsh)
  3. Darius: Kingly, rich (Persian)
  4. Ericson: Son of eternal ruler, prince (Norse)
  5. Frederick, Friedrich: Peaceful ruler (English), (German)
  6. Leroy: The king (French)
  7. Raj: King (Sanskrit)
  8. Reagan: Little King (Irish)
  9. Sargon: True King (Assyrian)
  10. Adar: Prince (Syrian)
  11. Kumar: Prince (Indian)
  12. Garibaldo: Prince (German)
  13. Cynfael: Chief prince (Welsh)

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50 Names That Mean King to Inspire Your Baby Name Search

  1. Aalam – Urdu, means “king.”
  2. Abban – Irish, means “little Abbott.”
  3. Adelio – Spanish, means “father of the little prince.”
  4. Ara – Armenian, means “king.”
  5. Baron – Old English, means “young warrior.” Historically a Baron lived in a castle and ruled over a plot of land under the King. 
  6. Basil – Greek, means “royal” or “kingly.”
  7. Brennus – Celtic, means “king,” “prince,” or “raven.”
  8. Cadeyrn – Welsh, means “battle king.”
  9. Conrad – German, means “bold ruler.”
  10. Conri – Irish Gaelic, means “wolf king.”
  11. Cyril – Greek, means “lord” or “master.”
  12. Darian – Persian, means “one with kingly traits.”
  13. Donovan – Irish, means “chieftain” or “dark-haired leader.”
  14. Delroy – French, means “of the king.”
  15. Emyr – Welsh, means “king” or “lord.”
  16. Eric – Scandanavian, means “eternal ruler.”
  17. Frederick – German, means “peaceful ruler.”
  18. Hansraj – Sanskrit, means “king of swans.”
  19. Heinrich – German, means “home of the king.”
  20. Idris – Greek, means “like a king.”
  21. Kgosi – Tswana, means “king” or “chief.”
  22. Kian – Persian, means “king” or “foundation.”
  23. King – English, means king!
  24. Kingsley – Old English, means “king’s meadow.”
  25. Leroy – French, means “the king.”
  26. Longwang – Chinese, means “dragon king.”
  27. Malik – Arabic, means “king” or “sovereign.”
  28. Minos – Greek, Minos was a powerful king in Greek Mythology.
  29. Prince – Latin, means “chief” or “son of a king.”
  30. Rana – Sanskrit, means “king.”
  31. Rajan – Sanskrit, means “ruler.”
  32. Rajesh – Sanskrit, means “ruler of the kings.”
  33. Reagan – Irish, means “little king.”
  34. Regulus – Ancient Roman, means “prince” or “lIttle king.”
  35. Rey – Spanish, means “king.”
  36. Rex – Latin, means “king.”
  37. Rian – Irish, means, “little king.”
  38. Rory – Ancient Celtic, means “red king.”
  39. Roy – Old English, means “king.”
  40. Rhodri – Welsh, means “wheel king.”
  41. Ruaidhri – Irish, means “red king.”
  42. Steven – Old English, means “garland” or “crown.”
  43. Sultan – Arabic, means “ruler.”
  44. Richard – German, means “powerful ruler.”
  45. Sargon – Biblical Hebrew, means “king.”
  46. Shahjahan – Urdu, means “king of the world.”
  47. Sigourney – French, means “daring king.”
  48. Vercingetorix – Ancient Celtic, means “king over warriors.” Vercingetorix led the Gauls against Julius Caesar when the Romans tried to conquer them. 
  49. Viceroy – Old English, means “ruler who represents the king.”
  50. Vladimir – Slavic, means “renowned prince” or “universal ruler.”

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