Taurus boys names

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Keywords for choosing a name for a Taurus baby

Symbol: The Bull: strength, steadfastness, robust determination
Planet: Venus: dazzling beauty, fertility, harmony
Timing: Spring: months of April and May
Element: Earth: flowers, meadows, farming, nature’s treasures
Quality: Fixed: resolute and persevering
Traits: Pleasant, joyful, calm, noble; financial acumen, thrift
Appearance: Attractive, graceful
Other links: Wealth, farming, well‐appointed house and garden; sapphire, coral

Names for Taurus boys

Name Origin Meaning
Ainsley Scottish/Old English A meadow or clearing
Alan
Allan
Allen
Irish handsome
Ashley Old English from the ash tree meadow
Bailey English wood clearing; administrative office
Balfour Scottish Gaelic from the village by the pasture
Bentley
Benton
Old English from the winding meadow
Bradley Old English a dweller in the broad meadow
Dale
Dalton
Teutonic/Old English a dweller in the valley
Darius Persian wealthy
Demetrius Greek belonging to Earth
Denham
Denton
Old English homestead in the valley
Denley Old English from the meadow in the valley
Denver Old English from the edge of the valley
Desmond Irish Gaelic man of the world
Durand
Durant
Latin enduring, lasting
Eden Hebrew from the garden of Eden
Edward Old English rich guardian
Ethan Hebrew firm, strong
Fabian Latin grower of beans
Garth Old Norse a field or garden
George
Igor
Gino
Greek farmer
Glen
Glenn
Glendon
Gaelic from the glen or fortress in the glen
Gresham
Grantham
Old English dweller on the grassland
Hadley Old English landowner, from the heathery field
Hamlyn
Hamlin
German homebody
Hampton Old English from the meadow by the river
Hanley
Henley
Hayley
Old English from the high clearing
Hedley Old English upper meadow
Henry
Heinrich
Enrico
Teutonic ruler of the home or estate
Iden Old English the prosperous one
Jasper Persian treasurer
Joseph Hebrew God shall increase
Kelby Old German from a farm by the ridge
Kendall
Kendale
English from the bright valley; chief of the dale
Kenley
Kingsley
Old English from the royal meadow
Langley Old English from the long meadow
Latham Old English from the barn
Lee Old English meadow
Leighton
Lyman
Old English dweller at the farm by the meadow
Marley Old English from the pleasant meadow
Otto Teutonic rich or prosperous
Slade Old English from the valley
Spencer Old French provider; dispenser of riches
Terran Latin the earth
Vernon Latin spring‐like
Warren Old English gamepark keeper
Wesley Old English from the west meadow
Yardley Old English from the enclosed meadow

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