From Ida to Izreal, here’s the surefire list for you if you’re sure that your future son or daughter will have a name that starts with I.
Latin: Dryad nymph, mother of Bitias and Pandarus
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... Read More
Greek: In Greek mythology, he is the Titan son Uranus and Gaia, and father of Atlas, Menoetius, Prometheus and Epimetheus. A moon...
Greek: In Greek mythology, Icarius was an Athenian who so warmly welcomed Dionysus to Attica that the god gave him the gift of wine...
English: Modern blend of a word name with the common feminine suffix -lyn
German: Diligent, hard-working
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. Read More
English: From the yew tree valley; a surname and variant of Udell
German: Elaboration of Ida, diligent
Greek: Glorious sun
Teutonic: Possibly a variant of Ida or a blend of Ida and Lina
English: Modern blend of Ida and Aisha
German: Hard working; variant of Ida using a feminine French suffix
African: Born during the Id al-Fitr festival, which marks the end of Ramadan
Arabic: Name of an important Muslim prophet also called Enoch
Welsh: Eager lord
The name Ignacio comes from the Latin name Ignatius and was made popular by Saint Ignacio, the founder of the Catholic Jesuit... Read More
Latin: Fiery; Saint Ignacius of Loyola founded the Catholic Jesuit order.
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... Read More
A modern spelling alternative to the oh-so-popular Elena and Eliana, Ileana is equally as pretty, but a lot more unique.... Read More
Latin: Mythical vestal virgin who broke her vow of celibacy and became the mother, by the god Mars, of the twin boys Romulus and...
Greek: Light; variant of Helena
Greek: The Lord is my God; variant of Elijah