[Erasme, .. 4 more] Var. of Erasmus 6 Origin fr. Greek word. "To love." Unique as a given name for boys. See also Eraste. ..
Guillaume [Guilherme, .. 5 more] 9 Based on Old German element. "Determined protector." The variations Guilherme and Guillaume are irregularly used as masculine names, and Guillaume occurs frequently (Top 18%) as a last name according to the US Census. ..
[Hierome, .. 3 more] Var. of Hieronymos 10 From Greek language. "Sacred name." Scarcely used as a baby name. See also Hirom. ..
Hume [Hulme] 11 Source fr. Scottish. Variant of Holmes (Middle English) "holly .. The versions Hulme and Hume are scarce as men's names. Hulme (Top 15%) and Hume (6%) occur regularly as surnames in the US Census.
[Ingrahame, .. 5 more] Var. of Ingram 12 From Scandinavian, Old English elements. "Raven of peace; raven of Anglia." Scarce as a given name.
[Ioachime, .. 1 more] Var. of Ioakim 13 Source fr. Hebrew word. "Established by God." The form Ioachime is irregularly used as a given name. ..
[Jaime▲, Jayme, .. 51 more] Var. of Jacob 14 Origin fr. Hebrew word. "He who supplants." The form Jaime is a common (Top 22%) male name, while Jayme is rare in comparison. Jaime (Top 6%) and Jayme (64%) appear frequently as last names according to the US Census. ..
Jaime▲ [Jayme, .. 3 more] 15 Based on Spanish language. Variant of James. The variant form Jaime is familiar (Top 22%) as a male name, while Jayme is scarce in comparison. Jaime (Top 6%) and Jayme (64%) occur frequently as last names according to the US Census.