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Boy Names Ending with -sh

Sh ending baby names and what they mean, with 39 results. -sh names are used more often as masculine names. Adoption of these boy names was at its apex in 2015 (ADOPTION OF 0.1%), except for names like Josh which have become somewhat outmoded. Nash (#344) and Cash (#267) are two of the more trendy baby names in this compilation, while Gish (TOP 5%) and Bish (6%) are popular -sh last names.

-sh names

Ailesh - Harish | Hersh - Zacherish

Ailesh - Harish

From Sanskrit. "Lord of everything." Unconventional. Compare Ailesh with popular -sh last names Amash (TOP 88%), Audish (87%).


Form of Ashley. Root fr. Old English language. "Ash meadow." A conventional boys' name (#1614 LAST YEAR), Ash is also found often as a last name. See also Asa.

Var. of Ashton. Based on Old English. "Ash tree town." Ash was a Top birth name in 2015. See also Ashe.

Var. of Ashford. From Old English. "Ford by the ashes." Ash is commonplace as a children's name compared to other variations. See also Ashe.

Var. of Ashby. From Old English. "Ash tree home." Used widely as a children's name, Ash is similar to the popular Ace. See also Ashe.

Var. of Asher. Origin fr. Hebrew element. "Happy." Ash was a Top birth name in 2015. See also Ax.

.. the ash tree was common both .. Ash is a scantly used given name, appearing regularly (UPPER 1%) as a surname.


.. Also a slang word for money. Cash has surged in prominence as a boys' name since 1890-1899. See also Case.

Form of Cassius. Derived fr. Latin. .. An old Roman family clan name. Cash is rarely used as a men's name, appearing regularly (UPPER 1%) as a surname. See also Casshe.

Root fr. Hindi, Sanskrit elements. "Lord of the day; sun." Dinesh is not often used as a boys' name.

Top 2000 baby names ranking of -sh names: Ash, Cash

Form of Enos. Derived fr. Hebrew. "Mankind." Elosh and Euosh are creative variations. See also Enock.

Faivish, var. Feibush
Origin fr. Yiddish, Greek. "Bright, radiant." Faivish and Feibush are rarely used as birth names.

Var. of Ferris. Stems fr. Irish, Gaelic. "Rock." Not in popularity charts.

Form of Fisher. Stems fr. Old English word. "Fisherman." Compare last names Fisk (TOP 2%), Fishe (82%). See also Fico.

Based on Arabic language. "Shock of corn." Not in Top 2000. See also Gaddis.

Root fr. Hindi, Sanskrit. "Lord of hordes." Not in popularity charts. See also Janesh.

Var. of James. Source fr. Hebrew word. "He who supplants." Rather uncommon as a boys' name. See also Himesh.

Derived fr. Scottish, Hebrew elements. "He who supplants." Hamish is not in the Top 2000. See also Harish.

Var. of Jacob. Based on Hebrew language. "He who supplants." Not that prominent as a baby name. See also Harish.

Derivative of Sanskrit element. "Monkey lord." Haris is a slightly prominent baby name. See also Hersh.

Quick Reference

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

1. Ailesh - Harish
Ailesh, Ashley [Ash], Ashton [Ash], Ashford [Ash], Ashby [Ash], Asher [Ash], Ash, Cash, Cassius [Cash], Dinesh, Enos [Enosh], Faivish [Feibush], Ferris [Farrish], Fisher [Fish], Gadish, Ganesh, James [Hamish], Hamish, Jacob [Hamish], Harish

Hershel [Hersh, Hirsh], Himesh, Jabez [Jabesh], Janesh, Joash, Joshua [Josh], Koresh [Choresh], Mahesh, Marshall [Marsh], Marsh, Nash, Parrish [Parish], Rush, Aneislis [Standish], Standish, Tavish, Walsh, Wallace [Walsh, Welsh], Zachariah [Zacherish]

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