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Names That Start With X

From the exotic to the exhilarating, we’ve got a great collection of baby girl and baby boy names that start with the letter X. Truly excellent choices!

Xabat

English: From the friend''s (or friendly) town or settlement; from Wine''s town or settlement; surname; variant of Winston

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Xabrina

English: From Wine''s forest

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Xaiver

English: From the vegetable farm

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Xander

"X" names are hot right now, and Xander (pronounced just like Zander) is leading the pack. Both rebellious and romantic,...

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Xavier

Xavier is one of those rare X names that actually sounds cool and not strange. The name first gained fame among Catholics...

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Xavierre

Greek: Fair horse

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Xena

In Greek mythology, Xena was an immortal horse belonging to Achilles, given the power of speech by Hera so that he could...

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Xenia

Basque: Named for Saint James

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Xeno

Millennial parents are probably attracted to this name because of the "X". But if you know your word parts, you'll recognize...

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Xenophon

Arabic Origin

Basque: The new house; popularized by the sixteenth-century Jesuit missionary Saint Francis Xavier

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Xenos

Arabic: Bright

Spanish: Owns a new house; feminine form of Xavier

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Xerxes

Xerxes, the name, has been around since the first century, but it got a boost in popularity following the 300 movie, which...

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Xhosa

Greek: Strange voice

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Xia

Greek: Stranger; also a common variant of Xenophon

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Ximen

Greek Origin

Persian Origin

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Xio

Nickname for Xiomara

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Xiomara

Greek: Welcoming; hospitable.

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Xuxa

Spanish: Hearkening, listening; variant of Simon

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Xyleena

Basque Origin

Hebrew: Hearkening, listening; variant of Simon

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Xyliana

German: Famous in battle; variant of Geomar

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Xylon

Portuguese: Lily; variant of Susan; used by the hostess of a popular Brazilian children''s TV show

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Xylona

Greek: Lives in the forest, loves the forest

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