Wyatt is a great name for a boy. It’s traditional, masculine, and has a bit of a modern touch.
It’ll never go out of style!
But what about Wyatt’s middle name? That deserves some attention, too, and unfortunately the middle name can sometimes be an even tougher decision.
That’s exactly why I’ve created these middle name matchers — find a list of about 50 great middle name options for whatever first name you’re already considering!
Without any further ado, here are the best middle names for a boy named Wyatt.
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 Wyatt
Let’s jump directly into the list.
These names will all sound great with Wyatt. Hopefully you find the perfect fit here, but if not, it should be a good jumping off point for more brainstorming.
My favorite middle names for Wyatt are Wyatt James and Wyatt Lee.
I like how these one-syllable choices seem to flow together so well with Wyatt. They have a bit of a dignified “Civil War general” vibe to them that I really dig.
There are so many choices, though, so you should pick the ones that sound the best to you!
Meaning of the name Wyatt
According to BabyCenter, Wyatt is a name of French origin that has some interesting history.
In Old English, it might have possibly been used as a last name, based on the word wido, meaning “wood,” or “wide.”
It might even go as far back as medieval times, showing up as Wyat or Guyat!
The name Wyatt came in at number 27 on the popularity list for boy’s names of 2020.
Some famous Wyatts are the notable figure of the wild west, Wyatt Earp (middle name Barry Stapp), and actor, Wyatt Oleff (middle name Jess).
If you didn’t find “the one,” no worries. By no means is this list exhaustive.
I’d suggest browsing parenting discussions forums to see more examples of what real moms of Wyatts have chosen over the years.
When all else fails, you can’t go wrong with the name of a relative you’d like to honor, like an uncle or grandfather.
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Hope this helps!