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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 0.1%) and have remained as common to this day (usage 0.09%, 3.8% less), 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." Gasper (upper 4%), like Garner (upper 1%), is a popular Ga- prefix surname. ..

[Chipper] Form of Chip 2 Source fr. Old German word. "Free man." Chippen, Chipperry and Chipry are kreatif variations. ..

Cooper 3 Stems fr. Old English language. "Barrel maker." Adoption of Cooper as a boys' name in 2014 was down 5.4% compared to a decade ago.

Draper 4 Root fr. Old English language. .. a draper was a man who .. Not in Top 1000.

[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 Gauthier. ..

Harper 6 Root fr. Old English word. "Harpist, minstrel." Cross-gender use. Harper was popular 2 and is almost as popular now.

Hooper 7 From Old English element. "Maker of hoops." Hooper, like the similar-sounding Hopper, occurs more usually as a surname.

[Hopper, .. 4 more] Form of Hopkin 8 Origin fr. Welsh element. "Bright fame." Not in Top 1000. See also Hooper. ..

Jasper [Gasper, Jesper, Kacper, .. 2 more] 9 Derived fr. Greek element. .. Possibly (Persian) "treasure keeper". Usage of Gasper and form intensified about 13 decades ago and is almost as widespread now.

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

[Kasper] Var. of Kaspar 11 .. Originally Jasper. Not in Top 1000. 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 Parr. ..

[Per, .. 2 more] Form of Pierre 15 From French word. Variant of Peter .. Not Top 1000 name. See also Perry.

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." Prosper is seldom adopted as a boys' name. ..

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." Skipper is not in the 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, Hopkin [Hopper], Jasper [Gasper, Jesper, Kacper], Juniper, Kaspar [Kasper], Napier [Neper], Pepper, Peter [Per], Pierre [Per], Piper, Prosper, Roper, Skip [Skipper], Tupper