Names ending with -am

-am names ending with -am for males. Names that end in -am are used more often as masculine names. Click here for the list of names containing the element "am", and here for the list of -am names for girls. Adoption of these boy names reached its highest during the years 1880-1889 and has remained as widespread to this day, but with names like Sam, Isham, Hiram, Ephriam and Bertram becoming somewhat outmoded. The most trendy names for newborns here are Abram (#377), Graham (#199), Liam (#2), Abraham (#180) and Adam (#79), and there is a rekindling in baby name popularity for Abraham, Abram and Adam.

Abraham - Adham

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Abraham [Aberham, Abram, Avraham, Avram, Bram, .. 17 more] 1 Derivative of Hebrew word. "Father of a multitude (of nations)." The variations Abram and Abraham are more widely used as names for baby boys among the various variant forms of the name. ..

Abram [Avram, Bram, .. 8 more] 2 Root fr. Hebrew element. "High father." The version Abram is prevalent (Top 86%) as a male name, while Avram and Bram are rarely occurring comparatively. Abram (Top 6%) and Bram (84%) occur commonly as last names according to the US Census. ..

Achiram 3 Derivative of Hebrew word. "My brother is exalted." Distinctive as a given name for baby boys.

Adam [Addam, Adham, .. 22 more] 4 Stems fr. Hebrew word. "Earth." The version Adam is familiar (Top 6%) as a men's name, while Addam and Adham are unusual comparatively. Adam (Top 3%) and Adham (60%) appear regularly as surnames according to the US Census. ..

Adham 5 Derivative of Arabic word. "Black." Adham is an atypical men's name, appearing often (Top 60%) as a surname in the US Census. See also Addam. ..

Top 1000 baby names ranking of -am names: Abraham, Abram, Adam

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Quick Index

Summary of all names (grouped by variations) for -am names for boys.

[Abraham - Adham]
Abraham [Bram, Avram, ..], Abram [Bram, Avram], Achiram, Adam [Addam, Adham], Adham

[Amaram - Cobham]
Amaram, Ambrose [Am], Amos [Am], Amram, Aram [Arram], Aviram, Avram, Azam, Baram, Barnum [Barnham], Bartram [Barthram], Basim [Bassam], Beauchamp [Beecham], Bertram [Bartram], Bram, Brigham [Briggham], Byram, Byron [Byram], Cameron [Cam], Cobham [Cobbham]

[Cramer - Hallam]
Cramer [Cram, Kram], Cunningham [Conyngham], Damek [Adham], Denham, Dor [Doram], Dunham, Earlham, Eilam [Elam], Eliam, Ephraim [Ephream, Ephriam], Farnham [Farnam, Fernham], Gautam, Gershom [Gersham], Gilam, Gorham, Graham [Graeham], Grant [Grantham], Gresham, Hadar [Hadaram], Hallam

[Ham - Pelham]
Ham, Hashim [Hisham], Hiram [Hyram], Ilan [Elam], Ingram [Yngraham], Isam, Isham, Jeroboam, Joram, Jotham, Kameron [Kam], Kareem [Karam], Latham, Liam [Lyam], Macadam [Mcadam], Malki [Malcam, Malkam], Markham, Nachman [Nacham], Noam, Pelham [Pellam]

[Racham - Wyndham]
Racham [Raham], Ram, Sam, Samson [Sam], Samuel [Sam], Thomas [Tam], Tristan [Tristam, Tristram], Wadham, Waltham, Wickham, William [Liam], Wolfgang [Wolfram, Wulfram], Wortham, Wyndham [Windham, Wynndham]