20 Proudly Filipino baby boy names
Not sure what to name your baby boy? You don't have to look too far because our own culture can offer much inspiration!
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So you’re about to welcome a bouncing baby boy, congratulations! Now with the anticipation also comes preparation and making decisions for your child before they are even born. One of the most exciting, and often daunting, is choosing the perfect name!
After all, many say a name can influence a child’s future—some believe it can assure future success, while some claim names can also help mold personality. So it’s natural to feel some pressure to choose the best name for your little one.
When searching for the perfect baby boy name, you don’t have to look very far, because our own history and culture offers many choices that could perfectly suit your baby!
This is the Tagalog word for blaze.
This means legend.
This means wave.
One of the more popular names for boys, which is also a variant of Andrew the name of one of the country’s beloved heroes, Andres Bonifacio.
This means long feather or wing.
In Cebuano, this pertains to treasure and riches.
This means hero.
In Filipino folklore, Bulan is the deity of the moon.
In Cebuano, this means soul.
This Filipino name also derives from Greek culture and means to blossom, peak, brightness or brilliance.
In Tagalog, this means noble or great.
This is a ruling head of a clan or tribe, commonly used in ancient muslim communities.
A shortened version of Francisco.
This means bamboo, which can signify strength or resilience.
Inspired by Hawaiian culture, this word means ‘cool breeze over the mountains.’
This name, which is growing in popularity, is the Tagalog word lightning.
In Tagalog this means strong and brave.
This means hope in the Cebuano dialect.
In Tagalog, this means cloud.
Though popularized by a Filipino band called Yano, the word Yanno traces its origins to Hebrew culture. It means “God is gracious.”