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All ending baby names and what they mean, with 53 results. -all names are used more often as masculine names. Adoption of these boy names reached its peak during the years 1950-1959 (adoption of 0.4%) and has become significantly reduced since (adoption 0.1%, 78% less), with names like Kendall becoming less in vogue. Wall (top 1%) and Lall (13%) are common -all surnames.

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Abdall - Gall | Gerall - Pall | Peall - Wendall

Abdall - Gall

Form of Abdul. Derivative of Arabic element. "Servant." Rare, but Abdall is similar to popular surnames Arnall (upper 24%), Argall (32%), which also end with -all. See also Abdualla.

Root fr. Old French word. "Oat pasture." Avenall is seldom used as a birth name.

Var. of Beal. Origin fr. Old French word. "Handsome." Beall, like the similar-sounding Bala, exists more often as a surname. See also Bedall.

Form of Bedell. Derivative of Old French element. "Messenger." Rather uncommon as a baby name. See also Bidal.

Birchall, var. Burchall
Derivative of Old English. "Birch hall." Barchall and Brichall are creative forms.

Form of Chaparral. Stems fr. Spanish element. "Dwarf oak." Not in Top 2000.

Form of Chevy. From French element. "Horseman; knight." Chevall is rare as a baby name.

Origin fr. Irish, Gaelic language. "Fellow hostage." Unusual. Comhghall is not found in the US Census.

Derived fr. Irish, Scottish, Gaelic, Celtic languages. "Strong wolf." Conall is unique as a children's name. See also Cornall.

Var. of Cornelius. Derivative of Latin element. "Horn." Not in popularity charts. See also Carnell.

Var. of Cornell. Source fr. French word. .. In modern use, it usually represents .. Not that prominent as a children's name. See also Carnell.

Based on Old English. "Valley of cranes." Not much used as a birth name, Crandall exists more frequently as a last name.

Var. of Darnell. Derivative of Old English element. "The hidden spot." Not in popularity charts. See also Farnall.

Form of Darrel. Based on Old English, Old French words. "Open; from Airelle." Not in Top 2000. See also Derryl.

Dougall, Dugall
Forms of Dougal. Origin fr. Celtic language. "Dark stranger." Uncommon. Dougall, Dugall, like Derrall, Durell, end with -ll.

Derived fr. French language. "Of the valley." Duvall is not a Top 2000 name. See also Devell.

Var. of Farnell. Derived fr. Old English language. "The fern hill." Unique, with the -ll suffix for Farnall, like Farryll, Farnell. See also Farnly.

Fergall, Fearghall
Var. of Fergal. Derived fr. Scottish, Gaelic elements. "Brave man." Uncommon. Fergall and Fearghall are not listed in the US Demographics.

Fingall, Fionghall
Var. of Fingal. Derived fr. Scottish, Gaelic. "Fair, white stranger." Fingall and Fionghall were not among 2015's Top names.

May possibly refer to Gaelic, since .. Galm (top 46%), Gala (16%) are popular last names. See also Gayle.

Quick Reference

Summary Index of names [and variants] for -all names for boys.

1. Abdall - Gall
Abdul [Abdall], Avenall, Beal [Beall], Bedell [Bedall], Birchall [Burchall], Chaparral [Chaparall], Chevy [Chevall], Comhghall, Conall, Cornelius [Cornall], Cornell [Cornall], Crandall, Darnell [Darnall], Darrel [Derrall], Dougal [Dugall, Dougall], Duvall, Farnell [Farnall], Fergal [Fergall, Fearghall], Fingal [Fingall, Fionghall], Gall

Jerrell [Gerall, Jerall, Jerrall, Gerrall], Hall, Heimdall, Jamal [Jamall, Jemall, Jomall], Jarrell [Jarrall], Kendall, Kimball, Lindell [Lendall, Lindall, Lyndall], Loyal [Loyall], Lyle [Lyall], Lyall, Lisle [Lyall], Lyndon [Lyndall], Marshall [Marchall, Marischall], Neil [Neall, Niall], Neal [Neall], Newell [Newall, Newhall], Niall, Odell [Odall], Pell [Pall]

Peale [Peall], Percival [Percevall, Percivall], Peverell [Peverall], Reginald [Raghnall], Randall [Rendall], Randolph [Randall], Royal [Royall], Sewell [Sewall], Terrell [Tarrall, Terrall], Trumble [Trumball], Udell [Udall], Verrill [Verrall], Wendell [Wendall]

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