66 Elegant Middle Names for Cole

Cole is simply awesome and sweet for a baby boy, in my opinion.

If you haven’t found a first name that everyone in your family agrees on, I think Cole is a lovely first name choice.

Along with the first name, your tiny bundle of joy needs an adorable middle name he’ll be proud off growing up.

If you both have settled on Cole, here’s a huge list of middle names for Cole that you’ll both love.

Middle Names for Cole

  1. Cole Alexander
  2. Cole Allen
  3. Cole Andrew
  4. Cole Ashley
  5. Cole Barnaby
  6. Cole Benjamin
  7. Cole Bennett
  8. Cole Blake
  9. Cole Broderick
  10. Cole Cameron
  11. Cole Carter
  12. Cole Chandler
  13. Cole Christopher
  14. Cole Daniel
  15. Cole Desmond
  16. Cole Dilbert
  17. Cole Dominic
  18. Cole Edison
  19. Cole Emmett
  20. Cole Ethan
  21. Cole Evander
  22. Col Everett
  23. Cole Finley
  24. Cole Finnegan
  25. Cole Finnian
  26. Cole Garrett
  27. Cole Greyson
  28. Cole Harrison
  29. Cole Henry
  30. Cole Hudson
  31. Cole Isaac
  32. Cole Jameson
  33. Cole Jarvis
  34. Cole Jasper
  35. Cole Jedrek
  36. Cole Jonathan
  37. Cole Jordan
  38. Cole Joseph
  39. Cole Justin
  40. Cole Kingston
  41. Cole Lysander
  42. Cole Magnus
  43. Cole Maloney
  44. Cole Marshall
  45. Cole Matthew
  46. Cole Maximilian
  47. Cole Maxwell
  48. Cole Michael
  49. Cole Oliver
  50. Cole Patrick
  51. Cole Renald
  52. Cole Ricardo
  53. Cole Richard
  54. Cole Sawyer
  55. Cole Sebastian
  56. Cole Scott
  57. Cole Theodore
  58. Cole Thomas
  59. Cole Tobias
  60. Cole Trenton
  61. Cole Wesley
  62. Cole William
  63. Cole Wyatt
  64. Cole Xavier
  65. Cole Zachary
  66. Cole Zephyr

Cute Nicknames for Cole

  • Coley
  • Colby
  • Coco
  • Coleslaw
  • Coley bear
  • Coliday
  • Cole-man
  • Miracole
  • Cole-Ster

Different Ways to Spell Cole

  • Koel
  • Kol
  • Khol
  • Kole
  • Khole

Cole Name Meaning, Origin and Popularity

The name Cole is English in origin and he embodies a boy who is darkly complexioned or coal black.

Originally, Cole is believed to have come from a legendary British ruler who is highlighted as Coel Hen in various Welsh genealogies.

In the US, Cole has been used as a baby name since the late 19th century. While it has been around for many years, Cole gained most popularity towards the end of the 20th century.

He reached the top 100 baby names in 1997 when he ranked 72 in popularity. He then fell out of the top 100 in 2012 ranking 118 in 2018.

Data from Social Security Administration shows that Cole has been recorded over 130, 000 times from 1880 up to the year 2018.

He has featured once in the top 10 names for boys and 25 times in the top 100. The most his popularity ever grew was in 2012 with 6, 035 babies.

As of 2018, Cole popularity was on a downward trend in the US. He’s currently enjoying most usage in the Wales, Scotland and England.

Famous Cole are Cole Hamels, American baseball professional; Cole Porter, an American songwriter, and Cole Sprouse, a star actor

Wrapping Up

That’s it – a few of the favorites middle names for Cole.

Does it sound better with a short or a middle name with more syllables? 

I’m just curious. So, I’d love to hear your thoughts. Also Check, Miles, Maverick, or Dean for more names inspiration.

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