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From Ian to Izzy, we’ve got hundreds of impeccable baby boy names that start with the letter I. Find them all.
The biblical Isaac was the only son of Abraham by his wife Sarah. The prediction of his birth was amusing to the couple because...
Israel was the name given to the biblical Jacob after he wrestled the angel of God. It was later taken by the Jewish people...
Isaiah was one of, if not the, most important prophet in the Bible. Despite this honorific distinction, Isaiah is another...
Ian is the Scottish version of the classic John and has become a mainstay name of its own. The name debuted in 1935 and has...
Ivan has long since shaken off its Ivan the Terrible reputation to emerge as one of the few Russian crossover hits of its...
The name Ignacio comes from the Latin name Ignatius and was made popular by Saint Ignacio, the founder of the Catholic Jesuit...
English: Friend from the sea or handsome friend
Hebrew: God hears; In the Bible, Ishmael was the elder son of Abraham by Hagar, the Egyptian slave of Abraham''s wife Sarah. Ishmael...
Latin: Fiery; Saint Ignacius of Loyola founded the Catholic Jesuit order.
Another biblical name that will never go out of style! This is a modern spelling of Isaiah, arguably one of the most important...
Norse: Famous Ing or famous son; refers to Ing, another name for Frey, the handsome Norse fertility god
Hebrew: Jehovah is God
Hebrew: God is with us; variant of Emmanuel
Ismael is the Spanish version of Ishmael who, in the Bible, was the first son of Abraham. Interestingly enough, this version...
Ida isn't remotely popular as a girl's name, so it's definitely off the radar as a boy's name. Just forget about it.
Hebrew: Familiar form of Isaac, Isidore, or Israel
Forget Mike, you want your son to be like Ike! A short, punchy name, Ike was made famous as the nickname for World War II...
Teutonic: Yew wood, specifically that which was used for archer''s bows
Greek: The Lord is my God; variant of Elijah
English: From the yew tree valley; a surname and variant of Udell
Basque: Fiery, passionate; variant of Ignatius
English: From or belonging to the iron one''s home