English boy names

There are many English boys' names, which are also super popular here at home. In fact, we are seeing more and more children named "Mason", which is originally an English name but can be pronounced in Danish.

If you are considering an English boy's name for your child, you can be happy that your child will have a name that can be pronounced in any language. That's because English is one of the most widely spoken languages in the world, and almost every culture and country can pronounce the name.

English names differ from traditional Nordic and Danish names in several ways. Firstly, there is no æ, ø or å, which are letters in the Danish alphabet. In addition, they are pronounced in English.

Be aware that some English names can be pronounced in both English and Danish, and sound quite different depending on how you say it. For example, the name Tristan sounds completely different when pronounced in Danish rather than English. Which pronunciation you prefer is a matter of taste, but it is recommended to decide on one way of saying it so that it does not become confusing for the little one.

If you don't yet know the sex of the baby in your belly, have a look at English girls' names, American names or old Danish names.

See list of names below:

Adam

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Adrian

Alan

Albert

Alex

Alexander

Allen

Callum

Charles

Charlie

Connor

Damian

Daniel

David

Ethan

George

Harry

Jack

Jacob

Jacob

Jake

James

Jeffrey

Jeremy

Jerry

Jesse

Joe

Joey

John

Joseph

Kyle

Liam

Mason

Michael

Oscar

Richard

Robert

Thomas

Tristan

Troy

Tyler

Verne

Victor

Vincent

Wade

Walter

Wayne

William

Zachary

Questions and answers about names!

Learn more before you choose a name for your little one.

Why choose an English boy's name?

Maybe you have an English side of the family that also needs to be able to pronounce the baby's name. You may also travel a lot and want it to be as easy as possible for everyone around the baby to pronounce his name. Or maybe you've just fallen in love with an English name, and that's the way it should be. There can be many reasons for choosing an English name over a Danish one.

Does an English name need to be approved?

Only if the name is not already approved. Fortunately, many names are approved. It can be a bit of a hassle to apply for a name to be approved, and you could be waiting weeks for a reply that might be a rejection if the name is deemed to be harmful to the child.

Can English names be pronounced in English?

By default, yes, but some names are obviously harder than others. If we take the name Mason, it's super easy to pronounce in both English and Danish. It doesn't really contain any sounds that we don't normally use in the English language. Whereas the name Richard or George can be difficult for some Danes to pronounce correctly. So remember to consider whether you want your child's name to be easy to pronounce, or the pronunciation to be very English. The latter will probably mean that your child will have to say his name a few times when meeting new people. Conversely, the name is going to be really easy to say out in the world, and especially in English-speaking countries.

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