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Boy Names Ending with -es

Es ending baby names and what they mean, with 136 results. -es names are used more often as masculine names. These boy names reached the height of their popularity 8 decades ago (usage of 7.9%) and have become much less popular since (usage 1.7%, 78.3%), with names like Jules becoming somewhat dated. The most fashionable boy names in this list are Miles (#107), Myles (#223), Hayes (#539), Ares (#723) and Achilles (#968), while Aviles (top 1%) and Bates (1%) are popular -es surnames.

-es names

Achilles - Claes | Claes - Gaines | Geddes - Holmes | Hovannes - Knolles | Leonides - Oakes | Oakes - Semmes | Socrates - Yves

Achilles - Claes

Achilles and variantsAchilles, var. Akilles, Aquiles, Aquilles
Stems fr. Greek word. From Achilleus .. Achillies is also a marginally favored baby name.

Adohnes, Adones
Forms of Adonis. Based on Greek word. "Extremely good looking, handsome." Unusual. Compare Adohnes, Adones and common last names Aines (upper 64%), Akines (56%), with the -nes suffix.

Ames, var. Aimes, Aymes
Root fr. French word. "Friend." Ames, Aimes and Aymes are rarely found as male names.

Amyes, Amyees
Var. of Amyas. Root fr. Latin language. "Loved." Outside Top 2000.

Andre and variantsAndres1, Ries
Var. of Andre. Origin fr. French, Greek elements. "Man, warrior." Ries and variants grew in popularity in 2001 and are less widespread today.

Andres2, Andres3, Andrewes, Andries
Forms of Andrew. Derived fr. Greek word. "Man, warrior." Andres is in the Top 2000.

Based on Greek element. "Glorious man." A rare baby name.

From Greek word. The name of a giant red .. Anares and Antarm are creative variations.

Archimedes, var. Arkimedes, Arquimedes
Origin fr. Greek language. "Contemplating, pondering." Unconventional. Archimedes, Arkimedes and Arquimedes are not listed in the US Census.

Source fr. Greek language. .. Ares was the god of war .. Widely used, with usage of 0.018% for Ares as a baby name in 2015, higher than 0.016% the year before. See also Aris.

Top 2000 baby names ranking of -es names: Achilles, Andres, Ares, Aries, Charles

Aries and variantsAries, var. Ares2
Root fr. Latin word. "Ram." Ares has become progressively more popular since 1880-1889.

Aristides, var. Aristeides
Source fr. Greek. "Best." Outside Top 2000.

Form of Arlen. Based on Gaelic language. "Pledge, oath." Arles is unique as a children's name. See also Ares.

Derived fr. Old English element. "Near the barns." Barnes is uncommon as a male name, registering commonly (upper 1%) as a last name. See also Barney.

Var. of Basil. Derived fr. Greek. "Royal, kingly." Outside Top 2000.

Var. of Brooks. Origin fr. Old English, Old German languages. "Water, small stream." Compare surnames Brooker (upper 4%), Brookey (63%). See also Crookes.

Form of Burgess. Based on Old French language. "Freeman of a borough." Rather unusual as a birth name, Burges occurs more often as a surname.

Var. of Burns. Source fr. Middle English. "Brook." Not Top 2000 name. See also Bernis.

From Old German element. "Free man." Charles soared in popularity 135 years ago and is now less widespread.

Claes, Klaes
Var. of Nicholas. From Greek. "People of victory." Claes and Klaes are uncommonly used as male names.

Quick Reference

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

1. Achilles - Claes
Achilles [Aquilles, ..], Adonis [Adones, ..], Ames [Aymes, ..], Amyas [Amyees, ..], Andre [Ries, ..], Andrew [Andries, ..], Androcles, Antares, Archimedes [Arquimedes, ..], Ares, Aries [Ares], Aristides [Aristeides], Arlen [Arles], Barnes, Basil [Basilides], Brooks [Brookes], Burgess [Burges], Burns [Byrnes], Charles, Nicholas [Klaes, ..]

Claus [Claes], Cleanth [Kleanthes, ..], Cortez [Kortes, ..], Crook [Crookes], Dallas [Delles, ..], Davis [Davies], David [Davies], Dawson [Dawes], Dennis [Dennes, ..], Desmond [Des], Des, Eamon [Eames], Eneas [Ennes], Estes, Euclid [Euclides], Euphrates [Eufrates], Euripides, Fares, Forbes, Gaines [Gaynes]

Geddes, George [Georges], John [Johannes, ..], Gibbes [Gybbes], Gibson [Gibbes], Giles [Jyles, ..], Gillies [Gilles, ..], Glade [Glades], Gonzalo [Gonzales], Graves, Hans [Hannes], Hargrove [Hargreaves], Hawes, Hayes, Henderson [Hendries], Hercules [Herakles], Hermes [Ermes], Hobbes, Hodgson [Hodges], Holmes

Hovannes, Hugh [Hugues, ..], Innes [Ines], Ivo [Yves, ..], Jabez [Jabes], Jacob [James, ..], Jacques [Jaques], James [Jaymes, ..], Jeffrey [Jeffries, ..], Geoffrey [Jeffries, ..], Jones, Julius [Jules], Julian [Jules], Jules, Kornel [Kees], Caius [Keyes], Keyes, Gaius [Keyes], Klaus [Klaes], Knoll [Knowles, ..]

Leonard [Leonides], Leslie [Les], Lester [Les], Louis [Lewes], Magnus [Magnes], Manasseh [Manases], Marquis [Marques, ..], Mark [Marques], Mayes, Miles [Myles], Monte [Montes], Moses [Mozes, ..], Myles, Narcisse [Narses], Nicomedes [Nikomedes], Niles [Nyles], Nelson [Niles], Neil [Niles], Nyles, Oakes

Oakley [Oakes], Otis [Oates], Orestes, Parker [Parkes], Pericles, Purvis [Purves], Radames, Raines [Raynes], Ramses [Ramesses, ..], Reece [Rees], Reeve [Reeves], Rex [Reyes], Rey [Reyes], Rhodes, Marino [Ries], Rives, Roderick [Rodrigues], Roman [Romanes], Sayer [Sayres], Simmons [Semmes]

Socrates [Sokrates], Sophocles, Squire [Squyres, ..], Stanislaus [Stannes], Stiles, Stoney [Stones], Styles [Stiles], Ulysses [Ulises], Wesley [Wes], William [Wilkes], Wilkes [Willkes], Willis [Willes], Xerxes, Ximenes [Jimenes], Yates, Yves [Ives]

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