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"CE" baby names ending with -ce are used more often as feminine names.

These boy names were at the height of their popularity during the years 1950-1959 (usage of 0.0975%) and have remained as popular to this day (usage 0.0887%, 9% less), but with names like Chace, Trace, Terrance, Terrence and Maurice falling out of style. The most trendy baby names here are Royce (#475), Prince (#412), Ace (#379), Jayce (#150) and Jace (#68), with Ace, Prince and Royce undergoing a rebound in usage. Race (top 4%) and Place (3%) are popular -ce last names.

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Top 1000 baby names ranking of -ce names: Ace, Boyce, Brice, Bruce, Bryce

Ace 1 Derivative of English. "Number one, the best." Listed in Top 1000. See also Abe.

[Anastice, Anstice, .. 16 more] Forms of Anastasios 2 Stems fr. Greek. "Resurrection." Not Top 1000 names. ..

Anstice 3 Root fr. Greek. "Resurrection." Akstice and Arstice are kreatif variations. ..

Boniface 4 Root fr. Latin word. "Fortunate, auspicious." Not in Top 1000.

Boyce 5 Source fr. Old French language. "Forest." Not Top 1000 name. See also Boyne.

[Bruce, .. 1 more] Form of Brewster 6 Based on Middle English language. "Brewer." Ranked in Top 1000. See also Boruch. ..

Brice [Bryce, .. 3 more] 7 Possibly Gaulish "speckled" compare Welsh "brych" .. Ranked in Top 1000.

Bruce 8 Derived fr. Norman French element. .. Originally a Norman baronial name and .. Ranked in Top 1000. See also Baruch.

Bryce [Brice] 9 From Scottish. "Of Britain." Ranked in Top 1000. ..

[Caddice, .. 1 more] Form of Caddis 10 Derivative of Old English word. "Worsted fabric." Uncommon, with the unconventional androgynous -ice suffix for Caddice like Canice. See also Caddock.

Top 1000 baby names ranking of -ce names: Chace, Chance, Clarance, Clarence

[Callice, .. 2 more] Form of Callis 11 From Latin element. "Chalice, goblet." Unusual, with the androgynous-sounding -ice suffix for Callice like Caddice.

Canice 12 Source fr. Irish, Gaelic. "Handsome." Unusual, with the androgynous-sounding -ice ending like Callice. See also Chance. ..

[Cace, Cayce, .. 4 more] Var. of Casey 13 Root fr. Irish, Gaelic language. "Alert, watchful." Not in Top 1000. ..

Chance [Chaunce, .. 6 more] 14 Source fr. Middle English element. "Good fortune." Ranked in Top 1000. ..

[Chance, Chaunce, .. 2 more] Forms of Chancellor 15 Derived fr. French, Middle English elements. "Office holder." Listed in Top 1000.

[Chace, Chayce, .. 2 more] Var. of Chase 16 Source fr. English, Old French. "Huntsman." Ranked in Top 1000.

[Chance, .. 5 more] Var. of Chauncey 17 Origin fr. Middle English language. .. Also possibly short form of Chancellor .. Popular, with the unconventional androgynous -nce suffix for Chance like Chaunce. See also Chanse.

Clarence [Clarance, Clarrance, Clarrence, Klarance, .. 7 more] 18 Origin fr. Latin. "One who lives near the River Clare." Outside Top 1000. ..

[Cloyce, .. 1 more] Form of Cloy 19 May be derived from "nail" Old .. Outside Top 1000.

[Curtice, .. 5 more] Var. of Curtis 20 From English, Old French. "Courteous, polite." Not Top 1000 name. ..

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

Ace - Curtis
Ace, Anastasios [Anstice, Anastice], Anstice, Boniface, Boyce, Brewster [Bruce], Brice [Bryce], Bruce, Bryce [Brice], Caddis [Caddice], Callis [Callice], Canice, Casey [Cace, Cayce], Chance [Chaunce], Chancellor [Chance, Chaunce], Chase [Chace, Chayce], Chauncey [Chance], Clarence [Klarance, Clarance, Clarrence, Clarrance], Cloy [Cloyce], Curtis [Curtice]

Dace - La-
Dace, Dacey [Dace], Darence [Darrance, Darrence, Derrance], De- [Deroyce], Demetrius [Demetrice], Dice [Dyce], Dorran [Dorrance], Elias [Elice, Ellice], Ellis [Ellyce], Eustace, Fabrice, Felix [Felice], Horace, Hoyt [Hoyce], Ignatius [Ignace], Ince, Jace [Jaice, Jayce], Jason [Jace, Jayce], Justice [Justyce], La- [Laroyce]

Lance - Rance
Lance [Launce], Lawrence [Lorance, Lorence, Lorrence, Lowrance, ..], Luce, Mace, Marquis [Markeece], Maurice [Morice, Morrice], Max [Maxence], Mercer [Merce], Morris [Morice], Pace [Paice, Payce], Patrick [Patrece, Patrice], Percival [Perce], Peter [Pierce], Pierce [Pearce, Peerce, Peirce], Piers [Pearce, Pierce], Ponce, Prentice, Price [Brice, Bryce, Pryce], Prince, Rance

Ray - Yancy
Ray [Raice, Rayce], Reece [Rice], Rice, Royce [Roice], Spencer [Spence], Terence [Tarrence, Terrance, Terrence, Terronce], Torrence [Torence, Torrance], Trace, Tracy [Trace], Tyson [Tyce], Vance, Vincent [Vince], Wallace, Yancy [Yance]