Gemini boys names

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Symbol: The Twins: siblings, communication, playful, learning
Planet: Mercury: winged messenger, angels
Timing: Spring: months of May and June
Element: Air: intellect, wind and breeze, the sky, clouds and rainbows
Quality: Mutable: adaptable, can change easily
Traits: Swift, agile, skilled in crafts, learned, quick-witted, curious, talkative, sociable
Appearance: Youthful, athletic and slender
Other links: Doves (messengers of peace), talking or singing birds; magical beings like elves and sprites; healing and medicine

Names for Gemini Boys

Name Origin Meaning
Alber Teutonic agile mind
Amos Hebrew bearer or messenger of God
Angelo Italian angel
Aran Hebrew active or nimble
Ariel Hebrew Shakespearean spirit of air; lion of God
Avery Old English ruler of the elves
Bavol
Beval
Gypsy the air or the wind
Callum
Calum
Scottish dove
Clark
Clarke
Old French earned, cleric or a scholar
Coleman Latin ike a dove
Dexter Latin skilful, right-handed, dexterous
Eldryd Welsh storyteller
Elwen,
Elvin
Old English a friend of the elves
Elwood Old English the ruler of the elves
Engelbert Teutonic a bright angel or messenger
Erin Irish peace-loving
Farman Old Norse traveller
Findal inventive
Galen Greek healer
Gabriel Hebrew an archangel
Guthrie
Guthry
Scottish Gaelic from a windy place
Hamar Old Norse ingenious
Hastings German swift one
Hermes Greek the messenger of the Gods, Mercury
Hugh
Hugo
Teutonic mindful, thinker
Jason Greek healer
Javan Latin angel of Greece
Jay Old English bird-like, chattering
Jayden
Jaylen
Jalen
English bird-like
Jonah/Jonas Hebrew a dove
Junius Latin born in June
Keenan Irish Gaelic sharp
Keith Celtic the wind
Latimer Old French interpreter
Malachi Hebrew God’s messenger
Michael
Mick
Micky
Mike
Hebrew an archangel
Nathan
Nathaniel
Hebrew messenger of God
Nodin Native American wind
Raphael Hebrew an archangel; one who heals
Reece
Rhys
Rhett
Welsh swift
Sherwin Old English a swift runner
Skeeter Old English the fast one
Tate Old Norse great talker; cheerful
Thomas Greek a twin
Todd Old Norse clever like a fox
Tristram
Tristan
Celtic the noisy one
Vivian Latin ively
Yuval Hebrew rejoicing
Zamir Hebrew songbird
Zivan Hebrew ively

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