After surpassing the box office record of Titanic just a few days ago, Avengers: Endgame is set to top the global box office with many predicting a $2.444 billion in earnings according to an article published by Forbes. While Endgame may have concluded some of our favorite superheroes’ stories, its lasting impact on pop culture is undeniable. If you’re in the process of picking a name for your baby, we’re sure you’ve thought about naming him after Tony Stark or Steve Rogers.
Aside from looking through the Bible to search for names that mean love and miracle, you can also take inspiration from fan favorites like the Avengers, Game of Thrones, and even the royal family!
Names of Avengers you can consider for your baby
The names of the characters included in the comics and films range from classic to quirky. From Tony, Steve, and Bruce, to Bucky, Pepper, and Peggy – you’ll have a fun time choosing a nickname or a second name for your little one. Here are 14 options you can look into:
According to Baby Name Wizard, the name Tony or Anthony was derived from the Latin Antonius, which means priceless.
Often used as a nickname to Stephen or Steven, Steve means crown and victorious.
As if picked to suit the character of a former Russian spy, Natasha is a Russian female given name that means “born on Christmas day.”
Often used as a nickname to Clinton, the name Clint means from the headland estate.
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Will your little one love science as much as Dr. Banner? Bruce is a boy’s name with a mixed French, Scottish, and English origin which means “the willowlands.”
In the comics and movies, Pepper is the nickname of Virginia Potts, the love interest of Tony Stark. Pepper comes from the Latin word “petra,”which means stone/rock.
Is your son more of a Peter Parker or a Peter Quill? According to SheKnows, “in English, the meaning of the name Peter is: a rock. Peter, the biblical fisherman and apostle had impulsive nature and a rocklike faith.”
Short and sweet, the name May came from Maia, the Roman goddess of fertility.
Strong and fearless, many would want to name their little girls after Captain Marvel herself. SheKnows says that Carol is often used as the female version of Charles, which means strong and manly, and Carl, which means joy.
Nick or Nicholas
The name Nicholas traces its roots to the Greek word “Nikolaos,” which means victory of the people.
According to The Meaning of the Name, Scott has an Anglo-Saxon origin and it means painted warrior or wanderer.
A name brimming with positivity, the name hope is derived from the Old English word hopa, which translates into expectation or wish.
Oh Baby Names traces back its origin to Margaret, “which originated from the Hebrew ‘margaron’ meaning ‘pearl.’” Peggy, as a nickname to Margaret, means “little pearl.”
According to Behind the Name, Morgan came from the Old Welsh masculine name ‘Morcant’ which is a combination of words mor (sea) and cant (circle). It can be used as a boy’s or girl’s name.