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Boy Names Ending with -man

Man ending baby names and what they mean, with 94 results. -man names are used more often as masculine names. These boy names reached the top of their popularity in the 1910s (adoption of 1%) and are now significantly less conventional (adoption 0.3%, 72.4%), with names such as Thurman becoming less fashionable. Roman (#102) is the most trendy baby name in this list, while Oman (top 6%) and Homan (2%) are familiar -man surnames.

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Altman - Denman | Eaman - Hoffman | Holman - Norman | Orman - Tedman | Teman - Zeligman

Altman - Denman

Altman, var. Alterman, Eltman, Elterman
Based on Old German language. "Old man." Altan is a marginally prominent birth name.

Var. of Amin. Stems fr. Arabic language. "Honest, faithful, trustworthy." Popular as last name. Compare Aman (upper 6%) and common -man surnames Ansman (upper 81%), Assman (85%). See also Ayman.

Form of Armin. Based on Old German element. "Soldier." Arman is commonly used as a baby name compared to other versions. See also Arran.

Form of Armand. From French, Old German languages. "Soldier." Arman became less trendy in 2015, dropping -75 positions as a boys' name to reach #1538. See also Aman.

Derivative of Spanish, Russian words. .. It is also a common Armenian .. A familiar boys' name (#1538 in recent rankings), Arman also occurs often as a last name.

From Arabic. "Lucky, fortunate." A conventional boys' name. See also Aymon.

Var. of Banner. Root fr. Old French. "Flag; ensign bearer." Not in popularity charts.

Beaman, var. Beeman
Source fr. Old English. "Beekeeper." Bearman (top 20%), Beavan (54%) are common last names.

Benjamin and variantsBenjaman, Benjiman
Var. of Benjamin. Stems fr. Hebrew word. "Son of the right hand." Less common today. Benjiman was the form last found (1991) in the Top 2000.

Form of Blake. Origin fr. Old English language. "Black; pale, white." Outside Top 2000.

Top 2000 baby names ranking of -man names: Aman, Arman, Ayman, Benjaman, Benjiman

Top 2000 baby names ranking of -man names: Carman, Coleman, Colman, Kalman

Var. of Brick. Derived fr. English element. The name has been used as .. Not in popularity charts.

Derivative of Anglo Welsh word. "Battle." Cadman is unusual as a baby name. See also Cadmar.

Carmine and variantsCarman, Karman
Var. of Carmine. Derived fr. Latin. "Song." Carman (upper 2%) and Karman (23%) exist often as surnames.

Source fr. Old English. "Peddler, trader." Chapman is an intermittently used given name, occurring often (top 1%) as a surname.

Variant of Colman .. Common, with usage of 0.013% for Coleman as a boys' name in 2015, higher than 0.012% the year before.

Colman and variantsColman, var. Coleman2, Kalman
Based on Irish element. Anglicized form of the Gaelic name .. Usage of Colman and variants as birth names in 2015 was down 28% compared to a decade ago.

Form of Damon. Based on Greek element. "One who tames, subdues." Deman and Diman are creative variations. See also Eaman.

Daman2, Dayman
Forms of Damian. Derived fr. Greek. .. The Belgian priest Father Damien is .. Daman and Dayman are scarcely used as masculine names, and Daman exists frequently (upper 22%) as a last name.

Var. of Delmon. From English language. "Of the mountain." Uncommon, with the androgynous-sounding -an suffix for Delman, like Darian. See also Delmar.

Derived fr. Old English word. "Man who lives in the valley." Denman, like the similar Donnan, exists more usually as a surname.

Quick Reference

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

1. Altman - Denman
Altman [Eltman, Elterman, ..], Amin [Aman], Armin [Arman], Armand [Arman], Arman, Ayman, Banner [Bannerman], Beaman [Beeman], Benjamin [Benjaman, Benjiman], Blake [Blakeman], Brick [Brickman], Cadman, Carmine [Carman, Karman], Chapman, Coleman, Colman [Kalman, Coleman], Damon [Daman], Damian [Daman, Dayman], Delmon [Delman], Denman

Eamon [Eaman], Eastman, Elman, Emmanuel [Man, Eman], Ermin [Erman], Freeman [Freman, Friedman, ..], Furman [Fuhrman], Garman [Garrman], Germain [German], Gilman [Gillman], Golding [Goldman], Goodman [Guttman], Gorman, Hackman, Harman, Hartman, Heimdall [Heiman], Aimon [Heman], Herman [Harman], Hoffman [Hofman]

Holman, Hyman, Chaim [Hyman], Immanuel [Iman], Inman [Innman], Jack [Jackman], Jarman [Jerman], Kaufman, Kingman, Lachman, Lakshman, Lehman, Lindeman, Loman, Lowman, Naaman, Nachman, Naman, Newman [Neuman], Norman

Orman, Osman, Othman, Parker [Parkman], Ramon [Rayman], Redman, Rodman, Roman, Salman, Seaman, Selig [Seligman], Sherman [Scherman, Shearman], Silverman [Silberman], Solomon [Solaman, Soloman], Steadman [Stedman], Stillman, Sulayman [Suleiman, Suleyman, ..], Suman, Taz [Tasman, Tazman], Tedmund [Tedman]

Temani [Teman], Thurman, Thormond [Thurman], Tillman [Tilman, Tilghman], Till [Tillman], Truman [Trueman], Tucker [Tuckerman], Wakeman, Weissman, Whitman, Wyman, Yeoman [Youman], Zalman [Salman], Zelig [Zeligman]

Usage comparison for -man names