50 cute baby boy names to add to your list

Cute baby boy names

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If you're trying to think of a cute boy name for your new bundle of joy, you're in the right place. Cute baby names are very fun to think about, and it's important to remember that cute certainly doesn't mean a name has to be feminine sounding to qualify as adorable. There are plenty of cute boy name ideas which are rising in popularity over recent years that you might want to consider for your baby boy.

Take Teddy for example, it doesn't get much cuter than naming your boy after a cute little teddy bear, and it's a name that's both unusual and cute. Other names such as Ronnie is quite an old-fashioned grandpa style boy name which is becoming in recent years too, even Mrs Hinch opted for this name for her first born boy.

We also love Ronnie because it's a unisex, gender neutral baby name which is great if you don't want to know the sex but want a suitable name for either a boy or a girl. We love the name Frankie for this reason too.

Whether you want a cute and unique first name for your baby boy or a middle name that will stand out, here are some of our favourite cute baby boy names in the UK and their meanings that we think you'll fall in love with including some nature boy names for us eco-friendly parents.

We've taken some inspiration from some of the cutest and most popular names according to the latest ONS figures for 2021 baby names. Here we've listed 50 of our favourites and underneath these are even more cute boy names to consider.

Don’t worry if your due date is fast approaching and you still haven’t found a name that feels like the one. Head to our baby name generator where you’ll find thousands of names to fall in love with, from more traditional sounding names, to unique baby names from all around the world including cute girl names.

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