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Boy Names Ending with -land
Land ending baby names and what they mean, with 39 results. -land names are used more often as masculine names. Usage of these boy names was at its apex in the 1920s (ADOPTION OF 0.35%) and is now significantly less (ADOPTION 0.11%, 69.4% LESS), with names like Roland becoming somewhat dated. Ryland (#492) is the most chic baby name in this compilation, while Toland (TOP 4%) and Ferland (9%) are familiar -land last names.
Aland - LandAland
Var. of Alan. Source fr. Old German. "Precious." Anand is a slightly favored kid's name. See also Arand.Arland
Var. of Arlen. From Gaelic element. "Pledge, oath." Arland (cf. Askland, Ausland) is a common -and suffix last name. See also Orland.Bryland
Origin fr. English element. .. combination of Bryan with Ryland. Unconventional. Bryland is not listed in the US Demographics.Clayland
Derived fr. Old English. "Land of clay." Unique, with the androgynous-sounding -nd ending, like Cleavland.Cleveland▼, var. Cleavland, Cleaveland
Derived fr. Old English word. "Land of cliffs; hilly area." Cleaveland and Cleavland are more unconventional as children's names among the variant forms of Cleveland.Courtland1, Cortland1
Var. of Cort. Based on English, Old German elements. "Courtier, court attendant; brave." Cortland and Courtland are intermittently used as given names, and Courtland is found often (upper 37%) as a surname.Courtland2, var. Cortland2
Derived fr. Old English language. "Land of the court." Cortland and forms peaked in popularity in 1996. Derland, var. Durland
Derivative of Old English element. "Land with deer." Derland and Durland were not Top birth names in 2015.Devland
Form of Devlin. Based on Irish, Gaelic language. "Fierce courage." Seldom used as a baby name.Earland, var. Erland1
Origin fr. Old English language. "Earl's land." Ealand and Euland are creative variations.
Derivative of Old English, Old Norse elements. "Noble's land; foreigner, stranger." Rare, with the -nd suffix for Erland, like Esmund, Earland. See also Erling.Freeland
Var. of Freeman. Based on Old English element. "Free man." Scarce as a baby name, Freeland is used more conventionally as a last name.Garland▼
Source fr. Old English, Old French words. "Land of the spear; wreath." Unisex name. Less common today. Garland last appeared in 1997 in the Top 2000.Grantland
Origin fr. Old English word. "The large fields." Not in Top 2000.Harland▼
Var. of Harlan. Based on Old English element. "Grey land; hare land." Harland was popular during 1910-1919, but now, Harland has become less fashionable. See also Marland.Howland
Stems fr. Old English language. "Land with hills." Hoyland, Holland are common last names.Kirkland1, var. Kirtland
Stems fr. Old English language. "Church land." Kirkland (top 1%) and Kirtland (22%) are found regularly as surnames.Kirkland2
Var. of Kirk. Derivative of Old Norse, Old German words. "Church." Kirkland was popular with parents in 1997. See also Kirtland.Roland▼, Orland, Land1
Var. of Orlando. Derived fr. Spanish, Old German elements. "Renowned land." Adoption of Land and variants was common during 1920-1929 and has become reduced, with Roland falling out of fashion. Land2
Form of Lander. Source fr. Middle English element. .. possibly "laundryman" or "landowner". Land was not among 2015's Top names. See also Lindy.