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Boy Names Ending with -worth

Worth ending baby names and what they mean, with 10 results. -worth names are used more often as masculine names. These boy names were at the peak of their popularity in the 1910s (adoption of 0.04%), but now, names like Ellsworth has become less in vogue. Unsworth (top 17%) and Hainsworth (19%) are popular -worth last names.

-worth names

Ainsworth - Worth

Ainsworth, var. Answorth
Root fr. Old English language. "Ann's estate." Ainsworth (cf. Aldworth, Allensworth) is a common -orth suffix last name.

Atworth
Stems fr. Old English language. "At the farmstead." Atworth is a rarely occurring first name.

Bosworth
From Middle English language. "Fenced farm near the woods." Bosworth is rare as a baby name.

Ellsworth and variantsEllsworth, var. Elsworth
Based on Old English element. "Elli's estate." Ellsworth has faded in popularity as a children's name circa the 1910s.

Langworth
Based on Old English. "Long paddock." Outside Top 2000.

Wadsworth, var. Waddsworth
Based on Old English language. "Village near the ford." Unique, with the -rth suffix for Wadsworth, Waddsworth, like Wentworth, Woolworth.

Walworth
Root fr. Old English word. "Walled farm." Walworth, like the similar-sounding Woolworth, exists more usually as a last name.

Wentworth
Based on Old English element. "Pale man's settlement." Wentworth is an uncommon men's name, registering often (upper 3%) as a surname.

Woolworth
Stems fr. Old English language. "Wool farm." Uncommon. Woolworth (cf. Wentworth, Wadsworth) ends with -orth. See also Walworth.

WorthWorth
Derivative of Old English word. "Fenced farm." Less common today. Worth was last found in the 1950s in the Top 2000.

Quick Reference

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

1. Ainsworth - Worth
Ainsworth [Answorth], Atworth, Bosworth, Ellsworth [Elsworth], Langworth, Wadsworth [Waddsworth], Walworth, Wentworth, Woolworth, Worth

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