Avatar Names for Boys – Cool & Awesome

Looking for some great, cool and unique virtual world avatar names? Look no more! Here is our collection of fun avatar names for your virtual character. This list is of masculine avatar names only. If you’re looking for girly names, check out this list.

If you like to play virtual life games or MMOs – you definitely need an awesome avatar name. We searched for ideas all around the internet, and here are the best avatar names that we found. Enjoy!


Abaddon – “ruin or destruction” in Hebrew and a biblical name for the angel of the abyss in the New Testament’s Book of Revelation

Ælfheah – is a combination of Old English words ælf  for “elf” and heah  for “high”,  “elf-high”

Aeon Quake – being or life.

Albion Slayer – it means “white cliffs” in Celtic.

Aldéric – French name and a variant of Aldric meaning “old ruler”

Alfwin – Ancient Germanic name from the combined words alfa “elf” and win “friend”.

Adrastos – named after a Greek legendary King of Argos, meaning “not willing to run away”

Alasdair – Scottish form of Alexander, meaning “defending man”

Amar – Sanskrit for”immortal”

Amir – means two words in Arabic, either “prince” or “commander”

Angra Mainyu – he’s known to be the god of destruction, death and darkness in Persian Mythology; Avestan word for “evil spirit”

Anicetus – Latin form of a Greek name Aniketos and it means “unconquarable”

Anxo – Galician version for Angelus or Angel, a heavenly creature

Ash Goldleaf – a magical creature who likes to steal shiny coins and pretty trinkets.

Axe Seraphkiller – “Father of peace” in Scandinavian.


Bahadur – Iranian version for Turkic word Baghatur meaning “brave, warrior, hero”

Balwenn – German name pronounced as BAELWAHN and it refers to a bold and brave friend

Bane Kingfinder – a deadly poison and it often refers to death and destruction.

Basajaun – name of a Basque folklore character and also came from two Basque words, baso “woods” and jaun “lord — “lord of woods”

Beowulf – originated from a famous figure in Anglo-Saxon Mythology who fought against monsters and dragons; also means beo for “bee” and wulf for “wolf”

Berith – taken from Baal-berith who used to be worshipped as one of Israelite’s gods but later became a demon

Bertram – it comes from Ancient Germanic words, beraht for “bright” and hramn for “raven”, meaning “bright raven”

Blood Law – random name that would be cool for vampire or other aweome character.

Bran – this name is popular in Welsh and Irish mythology and it means “raven”

Brave Snowstaff – he brings peace between enemies.

Brynjar – Norwegian and Icelandic combined words for brynja “armour” and arr “warrior”


Cadeyrn – Ancient Celtic and combined Welsh words, cad for “battle” and teyrn for “monarch or king”, meaning “battle king”; the name can also be found as one of the characters in Guild Wars 2 and also a name of a known rugby union footballer, Cadeyrn Neville.

Cadfael – same as Caderyn but this one means “battle prince”, from cad “battle” and fael “prince”

Cenric – from two combined Old English words, cene ‘bold” and ric “power”

Chavdar – Bulgarian name from 16th century who was known to be the leader of a band of outlaw and protect the people from Ottoman’s injustice, similar to Robin Hood; it was derived from a Persian word that means “dignitary, leader”

Chestnut Reedtwist – a magical creature lives in places hexed and tainted by black magic

Clash Maxim – Scottish origin and it is said to be a nickname for a person with gray hair.

Claymore Silvertomb – two-handed sword with a double-edged blade.

Clothar – German version of Lothar, meaning “famous army”

Cloud Demonreaper – a name for someone who lived near an outcrop or hill.

Coinneach – altered to Kenneth;  comes from Gaelic caoin for “handsome”

Curse Raindevil – “Allah” in Hebrew


Daedalus – This name came from the Greek mythology means cunning

Decebal – he was the last king of Dacia and called “the brave one”. That’s why his name means”brave, powerful”

Dieter – pronounced as DEE-ter, derived from Germanic words meaning “warrior of the people”,

Dragomir – combination of Slavic elements dorgu “precious” and mir “peace”.

Drake Warden – Old English for “dragon” or “snake”.

Duilio – Roman name derived from the Latin word duellum meaning “war”

Durai – Tamal for “leader, chief”

Dux – this word means “leader” in Latin


Edge Sheol – West Midland name for thos who lived by or on a ridge or hillside.

Egon – “edge a sword” from Germanic elements

Ekaitz  – Basque word for “storm”

Eleftherios – is a modern Greek form of Eleutherios  meaning “free”

Emre – “friend” in Turkish

Emyr – Welsh for “king”

Erol – is another “brave” name in Turkish

Eternity Knightnemesis – steadfast and unfading.

Etzel –  fictional form of Attila the Hun; this was from the German mythology  Nibelungenlied

Eyvindr – combined Old Norse elements ey meaning “island” and vindr probably means “wind” or “victory”


Fadi – is a male given name meaning “saviour” in Arabic

Falk – Yiddish and German term for “falcon”

Faolán – Irish name for “little wolf”

Faris – is an armored cavalry or “knight” in Arabic

Ferrer – Catalan surname meaning “blacksmith”

Fire Moonleaf – messenger of the moon goddess.

Fletcher – known as a Middle English surname meaning “maker of arrows”

Friedhold – from Germanic words frid  for “peace” and wald  for “rule”, meaning is “peaceful ruler”

Fritjof –  “thief of peace”  based on Old Norse name Friðþjófr , from the combined elements friðr for “peace” and þjófr for “thief”.


Gabby – shortened name of Gabriel which was derived from the Hebrew name “Gavri’el meaning “strong man of God”

Ganzorig – Mongolian word for “steel courage”

Garrick – from Germanic elements ger for “spear” and ric for “power”,  this makes it “spear power”

Gebhard – derive from Ancient German terms for geb “gift” and hard “hardy, brave”

Girisha – Sanskrit name for “lord of the mountains”

Gleb – taken from an Old Norse name called Guðleifr meaning “heir of god” from the combined words guð for “god” and leifr for “heir”

Gotzon – male given name for “angel” in Basque

Grief Hellsong – Northern English and Scottish term for an estate manager or a  steward.

Guntrum – pronounced as GUWNT-rahm; from German terms gund for “war” and hramn “raven”, meaning “war raven” . This was also the name of  a Frankish king from the 6th-century.


Haydyn – rare English name, also known as a surname and a variant of Hayden meaning “hay valley”

Haidar – this is an Arabic term for “lion”

Hallbjörn – Nordic name for hallr “rock” combined with björn “bear”

Harisha – Sanskrit for hari “monkey” and isha “lord” —  “lord of monkeys”

Herleifr – comes from Old Norse combined words of herr for “army” and leifr for “descendent”

Hermokrates – taken from the name HERMES, messenger god combined with the Greek word kratos meaning “power”

Hildebrand – a Germanic legendary figure; from the terms hild “battle”  and brand “sword” — “battle sword”

Hunter Chaos – ambitious and extravagant nature.


Iapetos – this was a name of a Titan in Greek mythology derived from the word iapto meaning “to pierce, to wound”

Iorwerth – Welsh given name meaning, composed of two combined words  ior for “lord” and berth for “handsome”  – “handsome lord”

Isamu – “bravery, courage” in Japanese

Itzal – Basque term for “shadow”

Ivaylo – possible from and old Bulgarian term for  “wolf”

Ivor – can be pronounced in two ways, IE-vawr or EE-vawr; old Nordic name ivarr from yr “bow, yew” and arr “warrior”


Jahangir – this was the name of a Munghal Emperor in the 17th century and a Persian word for “world conqueror”

Jarl – Nordic name for “earl, nobleman, chieftain”

Jarmil –  Czech term for jary “strong, fierce” and mil “dear, gracious”

Jimmu – from two Japanese elements, jin “god” and mu “warrior” — “divine warrior”

Jarogniew – pronounced as yah-RAWG-nyef;  taken from Polish words jary “strong, fierce” and gnev “anger”

Judicaël – name of a Breton king and and he’s also a saint in the 7th century; French version of an Old Breton name Iudicael, from iud meaning “prince, lord” and cael “generous”

Jun – is a Chinese and Korean given name meaning “handsome, talented” combined with “supreme, ruler, army”


Kadir – Arabic or Turkish name for “strong”; also spelled as Kadeer

Kağan – translated in English as Khan; means “ruler, king” in Turkish

Kaneonuskatew – he was known in 19th-century as a chief of Cree; also a Native American term for “one that walks on four claws”

Kapena – “captain” in Hawaiian

Kamen – Bulgarian translation of the Greek name Petros; also means “stone”

Katana Battler – intuitive, idealistic, and versatile.

Keanu – Hawaiin name for “cool breeze”

Keghart – other spelling of the Armenian name Geghard, meaning “spear, lance”

Kemen – Basque term for “vigor, courage”

Kfir – name for “lion cub” in Hebrew

Kgosi – is a title given to a hereditary”chief, king” of a South African or Batswana tribe.

Knight Devilrage – Medieval status name for serving lad, youth or boy.

Kofi – this ia a given name by Akan people to a person “born on Friday”


Lachlan – used as a Scottish nickname for those who came from Norway; Norway was called the Lochlann, or “land of the lochs”

Lamont – originated from a Nordic name Logmaðr which means “law man”

Lavi – Hebrew word for “lion”

Law Katana – pet form for “Lawrence”.

Leander – derived from the Greek name Leandros meaning “lion of a man” from two combined terms leon meaning “lion” and andros “of a man”

Leif – taken from the Nordic name Leifr meaning “heir, descendent”

Legend Saber – English origin

Leuthar – consists of two Ancient Germanic terms  leud  for “people” and hari for “army”

Levent – Turkish for “handsome”

Light Flame – beam, brilliant, illumintation, glow.

Lonán – from Irish Gaelic meaning  “little blackbird”

Lorcán –  “little fierce one” in Irish


Maël – known in 5th-century as a saint and hermit’s name who lived in Wales; French version of Breton Mael, originally from a Celtic word which means”prince” or  “chief”

Magus Hawk – a hereditary priestly class

Malachi – “my angel” or “my messenger” from the Hebrew name Mal’akhiy

Malik – variant spelling for Maalik and Arabic term for the “king”

Maxence – derived from the Latin word maximus for “greatest” and this is the French version of the Roman given name Maxentius

Maxim Royal – the “greatest”.

Meallán – pronounced as MEL-awn; probably an Irish Gaelic term for “lightning”

Midnight Rouge – someone who has a receptive nature and psychic power.

Milivoj – correct pronunciation is MEE-lee-voi; taken from the Mediaval Slavic components mil meaning “gracious” and voi for “soldier”

Mirza – is Persian for “prince”


Nahuel – Mapuche for “jaguar”

Naphtali – pronounced as NAF-tə-lie; this is Hebrew given name for wrestling

Naranbaatar – is a “sun here” in Mongolian

Neoptolemus – also known as Pyrrhus, son of the warrior Achilles and the princess Deidamia in Greek mythology; taken from Greek words neos “new” and polemos “war”, meaning “new war”

Niall – Gaelic name which probably means “cloud” or  “champion”

Nikandros – composed of two Greek words nike “victory” and andros “of a man”, meaning “victory of a man”

Nikomedes – from the Greek terms nike “victory” and medomai “to think”, meaning “to think of victory”

Nkosana – Xhosa or South African word for “prince”

Njord – taken from a Nordic name Njörðr, and probably originated from Indo-European root word *ner  which means “vigourous, strong”

Nori – Japanese for “rule, ceremony”


Odin – Scandinavian term for “ruler”

Odulf – “”noble wolf” in Greek

Ogier – variant of Ogyer and Oger, meaning “wealthy or rich warrior” in Teutonic

Ogun – Nigerian given name for “God of war”

Olivier – French name for “elf army”

Oreb – is “black raven” in Hebrew

Orfeo – Spanish and Italian version of Orpheus; the same as the Greek orphne which means “the darkness of night”

Orhan – from Turkish or meaning “great” and the title khan “leader”

Othniel – Hebrew “lion of God”

Otieno -Luo or Eastern African for “born at night”

Otway – can be spelled as Otwai; meaning “luck in battle” in Teutonic


Pagan Demonwizard – playful mischief maker.

Palladin – variant of Palladyn, meaning  “fighter, warrior” in Native American

Pallaton – or Palleten is another Native American word for “warrior”

Panas – Russian for “immortal”

Pelias – Greek word meaning “leader”

Peregrine – Latin for “traveler, wanderer”

Perun – taken from the Slavic mythology’s god of lightning, Perun; and the meaning of this name is “thunder”

Phirun – Khmer for “rain”

Plamen – Serbian and Bulgarian word for “fire, flame”

Ptolemy – pronounced as TAHL-ə-mee; from the Greek word polemeios which means “warlike” or “aggressive”

Pyry – Finnish given name meaning “blizzard, snowstorm”


Qadir – Arabic for “powerful, capable”

Qiang – Chinese word which means “strength”

Quake Arcana – idealistic nature.

Quân – Sino-Vietnamese for “army”

Qudamah – “courageous” in Arabic

Quickshadow – cool name for a ninja character.

Quinto – Spanish for “home ruler”

Quirin – variant for Quiryn; English name meaning ‘magic spell”

Quirino – probable derived from Quirinus, meaning “god of war”


Ra’D – Arabic term for “thunder”

Raban – Germanic nickname obtained from hraban that means “raven”

Radboud – pronounced as RAHT-bowt ; taken from Germanic words rad meaning “counsel” and  bald “bold” or either bodo “leader”

Radical Doom – means root or origin.

Raiden – variant of Rayder; God of Thunder in Japanese

Raimund – German for “powerful protector”

Rain Reaper – abundant

Rand – or Rando is an English given name meaning “warrior”

Ranier – other spelling is Ranyer which means “great army” in English

Ratko – consist of Slavic components – rat meaning “battle, war”

Raven King – clever mind and serious-minded person.

Reaper Hunter – intuitive nature, idealistic, and highly sensitive.

River Legend – English origin that means large creek and simply derived from the word “river”.

Rouge Raven – red in French.

Rune Legend – it means “secret” in Old Norse.



Sargon – pronounced as SAHR-gawn; based on Sharru-kinu, an Akkadian name which means “true king”; it also means “prince of the sun” in Persian

Saxon – known to come from a Germanic tribe called Saxons, and derived from a Germanic word sahs meaning “knife”; pronounced as SAK-sən

Séaghdha – probably “hawk-like” or “admirable” in Gaelic

Seanán – Irish given name  meaning “little wise person”

Seeker Arcane – inspirational, idealistic, and most expressive nature.

Sephiroth King – counting or statistics in Hebrew

Seraphim Warlockreaper – it’s an angel like being; fiery or burning.

Serhan – combined Turkish words ser “top, head” and han from the title khan “leader”

Sawney – variant for Sawny, Sawnee, Sawniw and Sawni; it means “protector” in Scottich

Schmidt – Germanic word for “blacksmith”

Shadow Lord – English origin which means “shade”; quick, clever with analytical mind.

Sinner Tempest – overly-sensitive nature.

Sloane – “warrior” in Irish; can also be spelled as Sloan

Soren – derived from Sorenson meaning “war, thunder” in Danish

Squall Silverking – diligent and persevering worker.

Stone Silversnap – Protector from ghosts and demons.

Strife Claw – highly creative nature and strongly independent.


Takeshi – Japanese for “warrior, military”

Talon Dreadbane – claw or sharp.

Tau – this was the name of Rolong’s last ruler in South Africa around the 18th century, name’s meaning is “lion” in Sotho and Tswana

Tarrant – means “thunder” in Old Welsh

Tarril – Teutonic for “belonging to the thunder ruler, belonging to Thor”

Tecwyn – same as Tecwin meaning “fair, white-haired friend” from Old English

Tighearnach – pronounced as TEER-nakh meaning “lord” from Irish Gaelic tigern

Thaiter – another form of Walter; German and Irish for “powerful warrior”

Thorn Yewbranch – he casts spells of enchantment.

Tokala – means “fox” in Dakota

Tomislav – same name as the first king of Croatia in the 10th century; from two Slavic word tomiti “torture” and slav “glory”

Tredway – is an Old english word for “mighty warrior”

Typhoon Lord – father or the winds.


Ualter – this is called “army ruler” in Irish

Udolf – Old English for “courageous wolf”; variant of Udolph

Ueli – “noble ruler” in Swiss

Uhila – derived from Uhylah, Uhilah and Uhyla meaning “lightning” in Tongan

Uiseann – can be spelled as Uisean; this is an Irish give name meaning “conqueror”

Uldericks – Letish word for “noble ruler”

Ullryck – Teutonic and Nordic name which means “ruling wolf”

Usama – “lion” in Arabic


Valborg – Swedish meaning is “protection from the slaughter”

Valdis – this is a shortened version of Voldemārs and wald means “rule” when you base it on Latvian names

Valerian – “strong, powerful” in Late Latin

Varick – can be spelled in various forms like Varyck, Varyk, Varik, Varyc and Varic and it means “sea drifter” in Icelandic

Vasco – pronounced as VASH-koo in Portuguese and BAHS-ko in Spanish; this was taken from the  medieval Spanish name Velasco meaning crow” in Basque

Vercingetorix – read and pronounced as vur-sin-JET-ə-riks in English and wer-keeng-GE-to-reeks in Ancient Roman; take from the combined three Gaulish words –  ver “over, on”, cingeto “warriors, marching men” and rix  for “king”, meaning “king over warriors”


Waleryan – Polish name which means “brave, strong”

Walwyn – “hawk friend” in Welsh

Wanikiya – Lakota given name for “saviour’

Warden Ravendragon – stable, responsible, and serious-minded.

Warick – “hero of the village” in English; variant of Waryck, Warryk, Waryc and Waryk

Warlock Mageslayer – quick thinker.

Wind Seraph – has many sterling qualities.

Wolfram – based on Germanic words –  wulf “wolf” and hramn “raven”

Wyngate – Old English word for “divine protector”


Xander – short version of the Greek name Alexander and it means “protector of mankind”

Xerxes – Persian for a “royal ruler”

Xindel – “protector of mankind” in Hebrew

Xylon – Greek word for those people who “lives in the forest”


Yeong – this means “brave” in Sino-Korean

Yukio – variant of Yukyo menaing “snow boy” in Japanese

Yuan – “one of a kind, original” in Chinese

Yves – “knight of the lion” in French


Zale – Greek word for “power of the sea”

Zev– variant forms are Zeev, Zeeb, Sif, Seff and Seef, it means “living wolf” in Hebrew

Zola – “prince” in German

Zsolt – “ruler” in Polish

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