150 Best Boy Nature Names

150 Best Boy Nature Names

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If you are looking for a unique, uncommon, and totally cool name for your little man, a nature name may be what you have been searching for. We have put together some of the best boy nature names to help inspire your choice.

Nature names are the perfect way to celebrate and announce this new beginning in your life. No matter whether it is a first name or middle name there are some great options available.

These nature names also come with some amazing meanings making them a very unique option for a nature-loving little prince.

Boy Nature Names

Acer – A name of Latin origin and is the botanical name for a Maple tree.

Acker – English in origin and means meadows of oak trees.

Acton – Of English origin and means village with oak tree.

Adair – Means oak tree ford and is of both Scottish and Irish origin.

Alamo – A name of Spanish origin and means poplar tree.

Alani – Of English origin and means orange tree.

Alder – English in origin and is a tree name and also means old.

Aloe – Means succulent plant and is of English, Latin, and Italian origin.

Ambrose – A name of Latin origin and means immortal.

Amir – Arabic, and Hebrew in origin and means king, ruler, treetop.

Arbor – Of Latin origin and means tree.

Aries – Means a ram and is of Latin origin. It is also the name of the Roman god of war.

Arvid – A name of Scandinavian, Swedish and Norwegian origin and means eagle tree.

Ash – Of English origin and means ash tree.

Ashton – English in origin and means ash trees place.

Aspen – Trendy and cool name associated with the Colorado ski resort and film festival.

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Balsam – A name of English origin and is a nature name.

Bamboo – This is a plant name and was used in 2000 for rapper Big Boi baby.

Banyan – Of Indian origin and means the God tree.

Barkley – Means where birches grow.

Basil – Greek in origin and means regal.

Bay – A name of Latin origin and means berry.

Beach – Another nature name that may or may not catch on.

Bentley – Of English origin and means meadow with coarse grass.

Bergamot – English in origin and means Bergamot plant.

Birch – This is a tree name and is of English origin.

Bjarki – Means birch tree and is of Icelandic origin.

Bonsai – A name of Japanese origin and is the name of a small tree.

Bramble – Of English origin and means blackberry shrub.

Bray – Irish from French in origin and means marsh; place name.

Briar – Means a thorny patch and is of English origin.

Bromley – A name of English origin and means meadow where broom grows.

Bud – Of English origin and means blossom.

Caelum – Latin in origin and means heaven.

Calhoun – Means from the narrow forest and is of Irish origin.

Calix – This is the male variation of Calixta or Latin in origin and means chalice.

Canyon – A name that is a Spanish word name.

Castor – Of Greek origin and means pious one; plant.

Cedar – With origins in English, French, and Latin and refers to the cedar tree.

Chan – Cambodian in origin and means sweet-smelling tree.

Cheney – Means oak tree and is a spelling variation of Chaney.

Coleus – A name of English and Latin origin and means tropical evergreen plant.

Coriander – Of Greek origin and means bed bug.

Cornel – Latin in origin and is a tree name.

Cosmo – Means order, beauty; plant name and is Italian from Greek.

Cullen – A name of Irish origin and means holly tree.

Cypress – Of Greek origin and is a botanical name.

Daire – Irish in origin and means oak tree.

Danner – Means dweller near the fig tree and is of German origin.

Dara – This name has origins in Irish, Persian, Punjabi, and Khmer and means oak tree; wealthy; leader; star.

Darragh – A name of Irish origin and means oak tree.

Delano – French surname that means from the forest of nut trees.

Draco – Of Greek origin from Latin and means dragon.

Eagle – Another nature name that refers to the bird, eagle. This would be an unusual choice for a baby name I think.

Eilon – Means oak tree and is of Hebrew origin.

Elan – A name of Hebrew origin and means tree.

Ellery – Of English origin and means island with elder trees.

Elm – With English, German, Norse, and Danish origins and means red, brown.

Elmore – English in origin and means moor with elm trees.

Elon – Means oak tree and is of Hebrew origin.

Elwood – A name of English origin and means elder tree forest.

Eoghan – Of Irish Gaelic origin and means born of the yew trees.

Evergreen – English in origin and is a tree name.

Fennel – Means vegetable and herb name and is of English origin.

Figueroa – A name of Spanish origin and means fig tree.

Forrest – English in origin and means dweller near the woods.

Gardner – Of English origin and means keeper of the garden.

Garland – This is a word name and is of English origin.

Gelso – Means Mulberry tree and is of Italian origin.

Glenn – A name of Scottish origin and means valley.

Green – Of English origin and is a color name.

Grover – English in origin and means lives near a grove of trees.

Gwydion – Means born of trees and is of Welsh origin.

Hadley – A name of English origin and means heathery field.

Hawthorne – Of English origin and means lives where the hawthorn hedges grow.

Hazelton – English in origin and means settlement near hazel trees.

Hedley – Means heather field and is of English origin.

Hemlock – With both English and Greek origins and is another tree name.

Herb – A name of German origin and means bright tree.

Heywood – Of English origin and means guardian of the hedged enclosure.

Hideki – Japanese in origin and means bright tree.

Huckleberry – Word and literary name that is of English origin.

Huon – Means Huon river pine; Tasmanian tree name and is of Australian English origin.

Hyacinth – A name of Greek origin and means blue larkspur, special tree.

Indigo – Of Greek origin and means Indian dye.

Ivo – German in origin and means yew wood, archer.

Javor – Means maple tree and is of Serbian origin.

Juniper – A name of Latin origin and means young; tree name.

Kaede – Of English origin and means maple tree.

Kale – English in origin and is a vegetable name.

Kauri – Means tree; deer and has both Maori and Finnish origins.

Kingsley – A name of English origin and means king’s meadow.

Leaf – English from Scandinavian origins and is a nature name that also means heir.

Leighton – Of English origin and means meadow town.

Lennox – Means elm grove and is of Scottish origin.

Linden – A name of English origin and means linden tree hill.

Lizar – Of Basque origin and means ash tree.

Mandrake – English, and Latin in origin and means species of plant.

Marlow – Means driftwood and is of English origin.

Moss – A name of English origin and means descendant of Moses.

Naim – Of Scottish and Arabic origin and means river with alder trees; happy.

Nash – English in origin and means by the ash tree.

Nima – Means margosa tree and is of Hebrew origin.

Noyce – A name of English origin and means walnut tree.

Oak – English in origin and means tree from the genus Quercus.

Oleander – Of Greek origin and means an evergreen tree; botanical name.

Olivier – Means Olive tree and is of French origin.

Oren – A name of Hebrew origin and means laurel or pine tree.

Perry – Of English origin and means dweller near a pine tree.

Phyllon – Greek in origin and means leaf.

Pine – Nature word name and is of English origin.

Quennel – Means dweller of the little oak tree and is of French origin.

Quince – A name of Latin origin and means apple like fruit.

Reed – Of English origin and means red haired; grass like plants that grow in wet places.

Rowan – Scottish and Irish in origin and means a tree with red berries; little redhead.

Rue – Herb name with French origins.

Rye – A name of English origin and means cavalryman, messenger and is a nature word name.

Sage – Of Latin origin and means herb; wise and knowing.

Salix – Latin in origin and is a botanical name.

Salton – Means place in the willows and is of English origin.

Selby – A name of English origin and means from the willow farm.

Sheldon – Of English origin and means steep sided valley.

Sherwood – English in origin and means bright forest.

Silas – Means wood, forest, and is of English from Latin origin.

Sorrel – A name of French origin and means reddish-brown, botanical name.

Spruce – Tree name of English origin.

Sylvan – Of Latin origin and means wood, forest.

Tamir – Hebrew in origin and means owner of many palm trees.

Tarragon – A herb name and is of Latin origin.

Taurus –  Of Latin origin and means bull.

Thistle – English and Scottish botanical name.

Thorne – Means thorn thicket and is of English origin.

Thyme – A name of English origin and means nature name.

Tiberius – Of Latin origin and means of the Tiber.

Tilden – English in origin and means fertile valley.

Tomer – Means palm tree and is of Hebrew origin.

Udell – A name of English origin and means yew tree valley.

Urki – Of Basque origin and means birch tree.

Vale – Geographical name that means strength, health.

Valerian – Latin in origin and means strength, health.

Vernon – Means place of alders and is of English origin.

Vesa – A name of Finnish origin and means sapling, sprout.

Walden – Of English origin and means valley of the Britons.

Wilford – English in origin and means willow ford.

Willoughby – Means farm near the willows and is of English origin.

Wolf – An animal name or diminutive of Wolfgang and means traveling wolf.

Yarrow – Herb name; rough stream and is of English origin.

Yves – Of French origin and means yew.

Zeren – Animal name that is more commonly known as the Mongolian Gazelle.

Zuma – Means peace and is also an American place name.

The Final Thought

So that brings us to the end of our list of boy nature names. Hopefully, you have found the perfect name for your little prince but if not and you are still looking for inspiration then why not check out our 200 Handsome boy names here.

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Hi, I'm Emma and I'm a mother to 5 beautiful children aged from 1 to 21 years old- life is hectic! I have learned so much along the way, not only from my own children but also through my professional life. In my positions as a Childminder and Teaching Assistant, I have studied Child Development and The Early Years Developing Practice. I wish to share all of this knowledge and help you with your own parenting journey!

Hi, I'm Emma and I'm a mother to 5 beautiful children aged from 1 to 21 years old- life is hectic! I have learned so much along the way, not only from my own children but also through my professional life. In my positions as a Childminder and Teaching Assistant, I have studied Child Development and The Early Years Developing Practice. I wish to share all of this knowledge and help you with your own parenting journey!