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Boy Names Ending with -le

Le ending baby names and what they mean, with 142 results. -le names are used more often as feminine names. These boy names were at the apex of their popularity 22 years ago (adoption of 1.3%) and are now much less conventional (adoption 0.4%, 72.1%), with names like Merle becoming somewhat dated. Sale (top 6%) and Bible (5%) are conventional -le last names. Here is the list of -le names for girls.

-le names

Abele - Cable | Cale - Dekle | Derelle - Gamble | Gentile - Ladle | Lale - Neville | Nile - Saville | .. - .. | Yule - Zale

Abele - Cable

Abele, Able
Forms of Abel. Derivative of Hebrew. "Breath, vapour." Common as surnames, and Abele (upper 11%) is similar to popular -ele surnames Ayele (upper 35%), Angele (59%).

Achille
Form of Achilles. Derived fr. Greek word. From Achilleus .. Achilar and Achili are creative forms.

Anatole and variantsAnatole, var. Antole, Antolle
Derived fr. Greek language. "Break of day." Anatole is commonly used as a birth name compared to Antole, Antolle.

Anibale
Var. of Hannibal. Source fr. Phoenician element. "Grace of Baal." Not in Top 2000.

Argyle
Root fr. Scottish language. .. Also given to the indigenous knitting .. Rather unusual as a children's name, Argyle is found more frequently as a last name.

Aristotle
Derived fr. Greek language. "The best of all." A quaint baby name.

Arundale
Var. of Arundel. Origin fr. Old English language. "Eagle valley." Outside Top 2000.

Asdrubale
Form of Hasdrubal. Stems fr. Italian, Spanish, Phoenician elements. "Baal helps." A rare baby name.

Bale, Vaile, Vale
Var. of Vail. Origin fr. Old English language. "Valley." Not in Top 2000.

Barksdale
Root fr. Old English. "Birch valley." Outside Top 2000.

Top 2000 baby names ranking of -le names: Anatole

Bartle, Thole
Forms of Bartholomew. From Aramaic. "Son of Talmai (the farmer)." Outside Top 2000.

Basile, Vasile
Forms of Basil. Based on Greek word. "Royal, kingly." Basile and Vasile are not Top 2000 names.

Beale1, Bealle
Var. of Beal. Stems fr. Old French. "Handsome." Compare last names Beadle (top 5%), Beaule (67%).

Beale2
Form of Beau. Source fr. French. "Handsome; admirer; sweetheart." A novel baby name, Beale is found more frequently as a last name. See also Beals.

Berle
Form of Berlyn. Origin fr. German word. "Son of Berl." Not in popularity charts. See also Berne.

Bernelle
Form of Burnell. Source fr. Old French element. "Small brown one." Cross-gender use. Not in popularity charts.

Bille
Var. of William. Derivative of Old German word. "Determined protector." Outside Top 2000. See also Bell.

Birtle, var. Bertle
Origin fr. Old English element. "Hill of birds." Birtle and Bertle are scarce men's names.

Burle
Form of Burl. Root fr. Old English, Old French languages. "Knotty wood; tuft of wool." Burle, like the similar-sounding Berle, exists more often as a surname. See also Burley.

Cable
Derived fr. Old French element. "Rope-maker." A rare birth name, Cable occurs more frequently as a surname. See also Gable.

Quick Reference

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

1. Abele - Cable
Abel [Able, ..], Achilles [Achille], Anatole [Antolle, ..], Hannibal [Anibale], Argyle, Aristotle, Arundel [Arundale], Hasdrubal [Asdrubale], Vail [Vale, ..], Barksdale, Bartholomew [Thole, ..], Basil [Vasile, ..], Beal [Bealle, ..], Beau [Beale], Berlyn [Berle], Burnell [Bernelle], William [Bille], Birtle [Bertle], Burl [Burle], Cable


Caleb [Cale], Cale [Kayle, ..], Cardell [Cardelle], Carlyle [Carlisle, ..], Carnell [Carnelle], Carvell [Carville], Colin [Colle, ..], Nicholas [Nichole, ..], Colbert [Cole], Cole, Colum [Columcille], Colville [Colvile], Cordell [Kordelle, ..], Cornelius [Corneille], Coyle, Cyril [Cyrille], Dale [Dayle, ..], Daniel [Daniele], Darryl [Daryle], Deacon [Dekle]


De- [Derelle], Dougal [Doyle], Doyle, Eagle, Earl [Erle, ..], Eberlein [Eberle], Emmanuel [Immanuele, ..], Emil [Emile], Hercules [Hercule, ..], Ercole, Errol [Eryle, ..], Ezekiel [Eziechiele], Fadile [Fadle], Fidel [Fidele, ..], Flavian [Flavelle], Gable, Gabriel [Garbriele, ..], Gale [Gayle, ..], Gael [Gale], Gamble


Gentile, Glanville, Glen [Glendale], Glenville [Glanville], Granville [Grenville, ..], Greville, Hale [Hayle], Halle, Ja- [Jaquille, ..], Jamal [Jamile], Je- [Jerelle], Julius [Jule], Karl [Karle, ..], Kellen [Kelle], Kendall [Kendle, ..], Kimball [Kimble], Kordell [Kordale], Kyle [Kile], La- [Ladale], Ladell [Ladle]


Lalo [Lale], Lasalle, Leland [Le], Le- [Levelle], Lisle [Lysle, ..], Lyle [Lysle, ..], Lyndon [Lyndale], Macardle, Manville [Manvile, ..], Maxwell [Maxwelle], Melville, Merlin [Merle], Merle, Michael [Michele, ..], Nagel [Nagle, ..], Natal [Natale], Noel [Natale], Neal [Nealle, ..], Neil [Nile, ..], Neville [Nevyle, ..]


Niles [Nile], Noble, Norville [Norvylle], Odilo [Odile], Olaf [Olle, ..], Orville [Orvelle], Pascal [Pasquale, ..], Paul [Pavle], Peale [Pealle], Peel [Peele], Raphael [Rafaelle], Randall [Randle, ..], Rolf [Rolle], Ronald [Rondale], Royal [Royle, ..], Rudy [Rudelle], Sable, Sackville, Samuel [Samuele], Saville [Savyile, ..]


Searle, Seminole, Shakil [Shaquille, ..], Shaquille [Shaquile], Somerton [Somerville, ..], Steele, Templeton [Temple], Temple, Terrell [Terrelle], Theophilus [Theophile], Thurl [Thurle], Truesdale, Trumble, Tyrell [Tyrelle], Udell [Yudale, ..], Verlyn [Vyrle, ..], Vito [Vitale], Wendell [Wendale], Wole, Yale


Yule, Zale [Zayle]

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