Apollo is a ♂ male name.
Apollo is a name of the Roman mythology and the Greek mythology (Apollon / Ἀπόλλων). He is a son of Zeus and Leto and the twin brother of Artemis. He is one of the Olympian deities and the God of archery, art, truth and prophecy, healing, light, spring, poetry, and more.
The meaning of the name Apollo is unclear. It could mean “to destroy” (from ancient Greek “apóllūmi/ᾰ̓πόλλῡμῐ”) or “averter of evil”, because Apollo is the God who affords help and fends off evil. Another meaning is “not many” (from ancient Greek “a-“ = not + “pollón/πολλόν” = many). His byname was Phoibos, which means “bright”. Besides, Apollon could mean “ever-shooting” or “always shooting” (from ancient Greek “aeibállōn/ἀειβάλλων”).