Amadour - Doran
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[Amadore, .. 1 more] Var. of Amadour 1 Derived fr. French, Latin languages. "Lovable." Unusual. Compare Amadore, and common last names Sedore (Top 31%), Thakore (44%), which also end with -ore. Gender-neutral name.
Ardmore 2 Root fr. Latin element. "More zealous." Unconventional. Compare Ardmore, and popular last names Woodmore (Top 51%), Kenmore (76%), which also end with -more.
[Balfore, .. 3 more] Var. of Balfour 3 Root fr. Gaelic word. "Grazing land." Rather quaint as a baby name.
[Delmore, .. 2 more] Var. of Delmar 4 Origin fr. Spanish, Old French words. "Of the sea." Rare. Delmore (cf. Lattemore, Fillmore) ends with the favored masculine-sounding -more. ..
[Dore, .. 4 more] Var. of Doran 5 From Irish, Gaelic. "Fist; stranger, exile." Dore (cf. Gore, Amore) is a popular surname that ends with -ore. Gender-neutral name.
Summary of all names (grouped by variations) for -ore names for boys.
[Amadour - Doran]
Amadour [Amadore], Ardmore, Balfour [Balfore], Delmar [Delmore], Doran [Dore]
[Dorian - Torrence]
Dorian [Dore], Dunmore, Elmore, Ettore, Filmore [Fillmore], Gilmore [Gillmore], Gore, Hector [Ettore], Honore, Isidore [Dore, Isadore], Larrimore [Larimore], Latimer [Lattemore, Lattimore], Moore [More], Nestor [Nestore], Salvador [Salvatore], Seymour [Seamore, Seymore], Stanmore, Theodore, Thor [Tore], Torrence [Tore]
[Whitmore - Wilmer]
Whitmore [Witmore, Wittemore, Whittemore], Wilmer [Wilmore]