Armstrong - Canning
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Armstrong 1 Derivative of Middle English element. "Strong fighter." Unique as a given name, existing more frequently as a last name.
[Ashling, .. 15 more] Var. of Ashley 2 Stems fr. Old English element. "Ash meadow." Name used for both boys and girls. The variant form Ashling is atypical as a masculine name.
Banning 3 Derivative of Irish, Gaelic element. "Small fair one; son of the fair one." Unique as a given name, existing more frequently as a last name. See also Manning.
Bing 4 Stems fr. Old German element. "The hollow shaped like a pot." Bing is atypical as a masculine name, and it appears commonly (Top 8%) as a last name in the US Census. See also Binh.
Canning 5 Derivative of French element. "Official of the church." Unique as a name for babies, occurring more frequently as a last name. See also Channing. ..
Summary of all names grouped by variations for -ng names for boys.
[Armstrong - Canning]
Armstrong, Ashley [Ashling], Banning, Bing, Canning
[Carlin - Euan]
Carlin [Carling], Carollan [Carling], Chang, Channing [Canning], Darren [Darring], Delling, Erling, Erving, Esme [Esmeling], Euan [Ewing]
[Ewing - Henry]
Ewing, Fielding [Feilding], Fleming [Flemyng, Flemmyng], Gamble [Gambling], Godwin [Godding], Golding, Gore [Goring], Harding, Hastings [Hasting], Henry [Henning]
[Ingemar - Maslin]
Ingemar [Ing], Irving, King, Kipling [Kippling], Lang, Lansing, Long [Lang], Loring [Lorring], Manning [Mannyng], Maslin [Masling]
[Reading - Young]
Reading [Reeding, Reiding], Ring, Spalding [Spaulding], Starling, Sterling [Stirling], Strong, Warren [Waring], Wolfgang, Worth [Worthing], Young