Alexander - Chalmers
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[Saunders, .. 69 more] Var. of Alexander 1 From Greek element. "Man's defender, warrior." Unique as a birth name for boys, existing more commonly as a last name. See also Sanders. ..
Anders▲ 2 Based on Scandinavian element. Variant of Andrew. Common as a given name (#750 last year), and also occurring often as a surname. See also Antero.
[Anders▲, .. 48 more] Var. of Andrew 3 Origin fr. Greek word. "Man, warrior." Common choice for a name for newborns (#750 the previous year), Anders also exists often as a surname. See also Andreus. ..
Ayers 4 Source fr. English word. "Heir to a fortune." Ayers is sparsely used as a masculine name, appearing frequently (Top 1%) as a last name according to the US Census.
Chalmers [Chambers, .. 1 more] 5 Origin fr. Old French word. "Servant of the chambers." The variations Chalmers and Chambers are rare as men's names. Chalmers (Top 4%) and Chambers (1%) appear regularly as surnames in the US Census.
Summary of all names grouped by variations for -rs names for boys.
[Alexander - Chalmers]
Alexander [Saunders], Anders, Andrew [Anders], Ayers, Chalmers [Chambers]
[Chamberlain - Lars]
Chamberlain [Chambers], Crowther [Crothers], Farrar [Ferrars], Flinders, Geoffrey [Jephers], Gillanders, Gunther [Gunners], Jefferson [Jeffers], Lander [Landers], Lars
[Lawrence - Sayer]
Lawrence [Lars], Mars, Pierce [Pears, Piers], Pierre [Piers], Piers [Pears], River [Rivers], Robert [Robers], Roger [Rogers], Sanders [Saunders], Sayer [Sayers]
[Sellers - Winter]
Sellers [Sellars], Somers [Sommers], Spear [Spears, Speers, Spiers], Squire [Squiers], Struthers, Tower [Towers], Travis [Travers], Villiers, Winter [Winters]