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Baby Names Ending with -per for Boys

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"PER" baby names ending with -per are used more often as masculine names.

These boy names were at the peak of their popularity in the year 2012 (usage of 0.0974%) and have remained as popular to this day (usage 0.0937%, down 3.8%), but with names such as Casper becoming less trendy. Cooper (#86) and Jasper (#218) are two of the more contemporarily stylish birth names among these, and there is a rekindling in baby name usage for Jasper. Jumper (top 6%) and Napper (7%) are familiar -per last names.

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Top 1000 baby names ranking of -per names: Casper, Cooper, Harper, Jasper

[Casper, Gasper, Jasper, .. 5 more] Forms of Caspar 1 Derived fr. Persian element. "Treasurer." Galsper, Garsper and Gosper are kreatif forms. ..

[Chipper] Form of Chip 2 Source fr. Old German word. "Free man." Unusual, with the -er ending for Chipper like Colier. ..

Cooper 3 Stems fr. Old English language. "Barrel maker." Ranked in Top 1000.

Draper 4 Root fr. Old English language. .. a draper was a man who .. Unusual, with the -er suffix like Didier.

[Casper, Gasper, Jasper, Kasper, .. 5 more] Var. of Gaspard 5 Derived fr. French, Persian languages. "Treasurer." Uncommon, with the -er ending for Casper, Jasper, etc. like Greger. ..

Harper 6 Root fr. Old English word. "Harpist, minstrel." Cross-gender use. Popular. Harper, like Halver, ends with the favored androgynous -er.

Hooper 7 From Old English element. "Maker of hoops." Unique. Hooper, like Halver, uses the androgynous -er ending. See also Hopper.

[Hopper, .. 4 more] Form of Hopkins 8 Based on Welsh. "Son of Robert." Uncommon. Hopper, like Hiller, uses the favored androgynous -er ending. See also Hooper. ..

Jasper [Gasper, Jesper, Kacper, .. 2 more] 9 Derived fr. Greek element. .. Possibly (Persian) "treasure keeper". Popular. Kacper, var. (cf. Jagger) has the -er suffix.

Juniper 10 Plant name .. Uncommon, with the androgynous-sounding -er ending like Juppiter.

[Kasper] Var. of Kaspar 11 .. Originally Jasper. Rare, with the androgynous-sounding -er suffix for Kasper like Kappler. See also Gasper.

[Neper] Form of Napier 12 Derived fr. Scottish language. Place name .. Not Top 1000 name.

Pepper 13 .. Used often as a nickname for .. Also a girls' name. Uncommon, with the androgynous-sounding -er ending like Procter.

[Per, .. 20 more] Var. of Peter 14 Source fr. Greek language. "Rock." Uncommon. Per (cf. Peer) has the androgynous -er suffix. See also Perry. ..

[Per, .. 2 more] Form of Pierre 15 From French word. .. Per and Peer are German and .. Uncommon. Per, like Packer, has the -er ending. See also Par.

Piper 16 From Old English element. "One who plays the pipes." Cross-gender use. Unusual. Piper, like Procter, ends with the favored androgynous-sounding -er.

Prosper 17 Derived fr. Latin element. "Fortunate." Unique. Prosper (cf. Pallmer) ends with the androgynous -er. ..

Roper 18 Origin fr. Old English element. "Rope maker." Unique. Roper, like Ranier, ends with -er. See also Royer.

[Skipper, .. 1 more] Var. of Skip 19 Derivative of English. "Ship, boss." Not in Top 1000.

Tupper 20 Derivative of Old English language. "Ram, male sheep." Uncommon, with the -er suffix like Taheer. See also Topher.

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

Caspar - Tupper
Caspar [Casper, Gasper, Jasper], Chip [Chipper], Cooper, Draper, Gaspard [Casper, Gasper, Jasper, Kasper], Harper, Hooper, Hopkins [Hopper], Jasper [Gasper, Jesper, Kacper], Juniper, Kaspar [Kasper], Napier [Neper], Pepper, Peter [Per], Pierre [Per], Piper, Prosper, Roper, Skip [Skipper], Tupper