Oliver means "olive tree" in Latin, so chances are he'll be the peacemaker among his siblings.
Noah is a Biblical name that comes from the Old Testament. Noah was chosen by God to survive a large flood sent to punish the world, but he brought along two of each animal on earth and his family on a large ship he built himself.
Alexander is a Greek name that means "defending of men," so future boyfriends of sisters — watch out! You'll have one protective brother on your hands.
As an English surname that means "brave in war," Wyatt is a name fit for a warrior. If you see your little one leading the pack in his future, this name will be a fit.
Henry has been a name taken by many, many English kings, so it's no surprise that the moniker means "estate ruler" in German. Your future prince just might rule the world one day.
If you already have a giggly, happy baby boy on your hands, Asher is the name for him. The moniker means "blessed, happy one" in Hebrew. How appropriate?
We all know your little boy is your bundle of joy, but what about your bringer of treasure? Jasper is a baby name that means the gift that keeps on giving in Persian.
Maybe you're a huge fan of "This Is Us" (everyone loves Milo Ventimiglia!) or want to pay homage to his German roots — either way, Milo is one suave baby name.
Short for Anthony, Tony is the perfect Italian moniker for your baby boy. The name means "priceless one" in Latin. Could there be a more perfect description for how much your infant means to you?
Literary buffs, this one's for you: Take inspiration from one of your favorite novels and name your son after a hero, main character, or author. Then, as he grows up, he'll have a favorite book already in mind.
Honor one of the greats in history and name your baby boy after a leader, like President Theodore Roosevelt.
Just like Mason, Cooper is another name based off an occupation. In old English the moniker means "barrel maker." This little one is going to have one good work ethic in the future — or maybe good taste in wine.
Short for Leonardo, Leo means "lion" in Latin. Can't you picture your little guy roaring now? Too. Cute.
If you're not sold on a short Max or a long Maximillian, Maxwell is the perfect compromise. It's also a great way to honor any Scottish roots in your family.
Benjamin means "son of the right hand" in Hebrew. Many interpret this as religious meaning, but it also mean he's going to be Mommy and Daddy's little helper.
You might associate the Italian name Vinny with the famous reality star from Jersey Shore, but the cute moniker actually means "conquering" in Latin.
If your little boy captured your heart as soon as you found out you were pregnant, give him the title he deserves.
A family close to their faith may want to take a name from the Bible, and Caleb is a unique choice. A name from the Old Testament, Caleb means "devotion to God" in Hebrew.
If you consider your new man a little present in your life, then call him Jesse. The name means "gift" in Hebrew, so it'll be a reminder every day of what he is to you.
If you want a hard worker, Mason is the name for you. It means "worker in stone" in old English, so there's no excuse for him to slack in his homework when he's older!