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Boy Names Ending with -ew
Ew ending baby names and what they mean, with 16 results. -ew names are used more often as masculine names. These boy names were at the height of their popularity 25 years ago (usage of 4.03%) and have become much less widespread since (usage 1.29%, down 67.9%), with names such as Lew falling out of fashion. Crew (#715) is the most chic boy name in this compilation, while Pew (top 10%) and Tew (4%) are conventional -ew last names.
Andrew - RenfrewAndrew▼, var. Drew1, Mandrew
Derivative of Greek word. "Man, warrior." Andrez is also a slightly favored baby name.Bartholomew
Based on Aramaic word. "Son of Talmai (the farmer)." Braytholomew is a creative form.Carew, var. Crew▲
Derivative of Latin element. "Chariot." Carew, Crew (compare Corlew, Chew) are common -ew suffix last names.Drew2
Var. of Drury. Based on Old French. "Loved one." Adoption of Drew was common 2 decades ago and has become lower. Cross-gender use.Drew3
Based on Welsh word. "Wise." Cross-gender use. Drew is a familiar (upper 35%) men's name, and exists regularly (upper 1%) as a surname.Hew
Var. of Hugh. From Old French, Old German. "Soul, mind, intellect." Hew is not a Top 2000 name. See also Howe.Kendrew
Derivative of Scottish word. "Man, warrior." Not in Top 2000. See also Keondre.Leandrew
Var. of Leander. Origin fr. Greek element. "Lion man." Leandrew is uncommon as a boys' name. See also Leondre.Lew1▼
Var. of Lewis. From Old German. "Famous warrior." Adoption of Lew was higher 135 years ago, but now, Lew has become less in vogue. See also Leo.Lew2▼
Form of Louis. Origin fr. French, Old German elements. "Famous warrior." Less widespread today. Lew was last recorded in the 1960s in the Top 2000. See also Loewy.
Form of Llewellyn. Root fr. Welsh language. "Like a lion." Somewhat common as a birth name, Lew is comparable to the popular Lee. See also Le-.Loew
Form of Loeb. Source fr. German element. "Lion." Loes (upper 51%), Loer (61%) are conventional last names. See also Loy.Matthew▼, var. Mathew▼, Matthiew
Origin fr. Hebrew. "Gift of God." Mathew (upper 2%) and Matthew (3%) exist often as surnames.Mayhew
Origin fr. Old French, Hebrew. "Gift of God." Not that prominent as a boys' name, Mayhew is found more commonly as a last name.Montagew
Form of Montague. Origin fr. French word. "Pointed hill." Not in Top 2000.Renfrew
Derived fr. Welsh element. "Calm river." Not Top 2000 name.
Summary Index of names [and variants] for -ew names for boys.1. Andrew - Renfrew
Andrew▼ [Drew, Mandrew], Bartholomew, Carew [Crew▲], Drury [Drew], Drew, Hugh [Hew], Kendrew, Leander [Leandrew], Lewis [Lew▼], Louis [Lew▼], Llewellyn [Lew▼], Loeb [Loew], Matthew▼ [Mathew▼, Matthiew], Mayhew, Montague [Montagew], Renfrew