There are so many things that come along with a baby — stress and anxiety, just to name a few!
But there are also a of questions. One of the biggest questions is what you’ll name your baby.
Did you know that a person’s name plays a big part in how he sees himself as he grows older? Plus, it even factors into how other people perceive him before they even get to know him!
So it’s understandable why many people are willing to spend hours on Google searching for a perfect first name.
But, if you devote all your time to looking for a first name, you won’t have much time to find an excellent middle name for your baby.
That’s why I’ve been putting together my How To Pick A Middle Name series. So with a quick glance, you can find the perfect middle name for your son!
Without any further ado, here are the best middle names for a boy named Hunter.
I’ve compiled these from baby name databases, parent discussion forums, and other sources then whittled them down to the ones I personally think sound the best.
Hope it helps!
Middle name ideas for a boy named Hunter
Let’s skip, hop, jump, or whatever your favorite verb is, right into the list!
A lot of these names come from real parents of real Hunters. A few are from other helpful parents who have chimed in, and some are even ideas of my own that I happened to like.
My favorite middle names for Hunter are Hunter Garrett and Hunter Grayson.
I like how these two-syllable “G” names flow so well with the name Hunter. There are so many choices, though, so you should pick the ones that sound the best to you!
Meaning of the name Hunter
According to BabyCenter, Hunter is of English origin and was a last name often used by bird catchers and hunters in England and Scotland.
It can be either a boy’s or girl’s name, although it is much more popular among boys.
The name Hunter came in at number 71 on the popularity list for boy names of 2021. It only bumped down the list 6 spaces since 2020.
Some famous people with the name Hunter are singer Hunter Easton Hayes and journalist Hunter Stockton Thompson.
Didn’t find “the one”?
No problem. Here’s what you can do.
My favorite place to look for middle name ideas is discussion forums like Babycenter or Nameberry. Use the search function and you’ll find a ton of old threads chock full of ideas from helpful parents. You can even start a new thread to get a bunch of fresh input, too.
And finally, here are some more guides that might help you get ready for baby’s arrival:
- Everything you need to buy for a new baby
- Everything dad needs to bring to the hospital
- Everything you need to know about your instincts as a parent
Hope this helps!