50 Persian Boy Names

50 Persian Boy Names

The Persian culture is incredibly rich and complex, and different names may allude to different times in history or different religious beliefs. If you have a Persian background, it’s not unusual to feel interested in giving your little bundle of joy a Persian name.

Persian boy names have incredibly complex and beautiful meanings. Finding the right Persian name for your baby boy can take some time. You’ll want to dive into the underlying meaning behind each name before making a decision.

Some parents may want to go with a common Persian boy name like Aahil, which means God’s gift, Aref, which means someone who is incredibly knowledgeable, and Eskander, which means strength and bravery.

Other parents may give their babies names as a sort of blessing for the future. For example, they may name their son Houman, which means to have a kind, caring soul, in hopes that their baby will have an overall positive nature, or Massoud, which means fortunate and happy, in hopes that their son will have a prosperous life.

We’ve compiled a list of Persian boy names and their meanings below. You can easily browse through our list to see if anything stands out to you.

Aahil

Meaning: God’s gift
Origin: Persian

Abdalbari

Meaning: True follower of Allah
Origin: Persian

Abtin

Meaning: One who is of good deeds or with good thoughts
Origin: Persian

Anosh

Meaning: Eternal; Everlasting; Immortal; Elixir
Origin: Persian

Aref

Meaning: Someone who is incredibly knowledgeable
Origin: Persian

Baksis

Meaning: Divine Blessing
Origin: Persian

Behruz

Meaning:  Lucky; Prosperous; Success; Good
Origin: Persian

Bijon

Meaning: Ancient Hero
Origin: Persian

Casper

Meaning: A treasurer
Origin: Persian

Cem

Meaning: A born leader and a ruler
Origin: Persian

Chamali

Meaning: The one who serves water
Origin: Persian

Cye

Meaning: Sun; Majestic and charming
Origin: Persian

Cyrus

Meaning: Far seeing young individual
Origin: Persian

Darius

Meaning: Rich and Kind
Origin: Persian

Didar

Meaning: One who is gifted with the perfect vision or sight
Origin: Persian

Elham

Meaning: A beautiful inspiration
Origin: Persian

Ervad

Meaning: Religious Teacher; Spiritual Leader;
Origin: Persian

Eskander

Meaning: Strength and bravery
Origin: Persian

Faireh

Meaning: The bringer of happiness
Origin: Persian

Fereydoon

Meaning: The third man
Origin: Persian

Firoj

Meaning: A winner, Successful person
Origin: Persian

Foroohar

Meaning: Essence
Origin: Persian

Gasparo

Meaning: One who is possessing abundant supply of money
Origin: Persian

Gharib

Meaning: A known, familiar feeling
Origin: Persian

Homeira

Meaning: A red man
Origin: Persian

Houman

Meaning: To have a kind, caring soul
Origin: Persian

Isfandiyar

Meaning: The brave king
Origin: Persian

Issavi

Meaning: A Persian term used for Christians
Origin: Persian

Jasper

Meaning: One who brings treasure
Origin: Persian

Javion

Meaning: One who is made out of clay
Origin: Persian

Jihan

Meaning: The World; Universe
Origin: Persian

Jubin

Meaning: Honorable; Righteous
Origin: Persian

Kasper

Meaning: A treasured secret
Origin: Persian

Khashar

Meaning:  Brave Boy
Origin: Persian

Korosh

Meaning: Young
Origin: Persian

Massoud

Meaning: Fortunate and happy
Origin: Persian

Mehtab

Meaning: The light of the moon
Origin: Persian

Mirac

Meaning: Ascension
Origin: Persian

Nahro

Meaning: River
Origin: Persian

Niaz

Meaning: Talents or skills or gifts from God
Origin: Persian

Orang

Meaning: One who has wisdom, creative nature and clever
Origin: Persian

Painda

Meaning: A wise and intelligent man
Origin: Persian

Peyman

Meaning: One who has made a promise and an oath
Origin: Persian

Ramak

Meaning: Delighting; Gratifying
Origin: Persian

Revaz

Meaning: He who is wealthy and successful
Origin: Persian

Saadee

Meaning: The lord or the master
Origin: Persian

Shadhan

Meaning: A joyfull, Happy person
Origin: Persian 

Soroush

Meaning: He who is a happy man
Origin: Persian

Taimur

Meaning: Iron
Origin: Persian

Vakhtang

Meaning: Wolf-bodied
Origin: Persian