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Baby Names Ending with -ore for Boys

"ORE" baby names ending with -ore are used more often as masculine names.

pinAmadour - Salvador

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Top 1000 baby names ranking of -ore names: Elmore, Isadore, Isidore, Salvatore

[Amadore, .. 1 more] Var. of Amadour 1 Derived fr. French, Latin languages. "Lovable." Outside Top 1000. Cross-gender use.

Ardmore 2 Root fr. Latin element. "More zealous." Ardmoar, Ardmori and Artmore are kreatif variations.

[Balfore, .. 3 more] Var. of Balfour 3 Root fr. Gaelic word. "Grazing land." Not in popularity charts.

[Delmore, .. 2 more] Var. of Delmar 4 Origin fr. Spanish, Old French words. "Of the sea." Not Top 1000 name. ..

[Dore, .. 4 more] Var. of Doran 5 From Irish, Gaelic. "Fist; stranger, exile." Unusual. Dore (cf. Dwire) ends with the androgynous-sounding -re. Cross-gender use.

[Dore, .. 5 more] Var. of Dorian 6 Source fr. Greek language. "Descendant of Dorus; from Doris." Unisex name. Outside Top 1000.

Dunmore 7 Based on Scottish, Gaelic elements. "Big fortress on the hill." Not in popularity charts.

Elmore 8 Source fr. Old English element. "Elm ridge or moor." Outside Top 1000. See also Elmar. ..

Ettore 9 Based on Italian, Greek elements. "To restrain." Outside Top 1000. ..

Filmore [Fillmore, .. 2 more] 10 From Old English word. "Very famous." Not in Top 1000. ..

Gilmore [Gillmore, .. 2 more] 11 Root fr. Irish, Gaelic. "Servant of the Virgin Mary." Rare. Gilmore, Gillmore, like Gere, has the -re ending.

Gore 12 Source fr. Old English word. "Spear; wedge-shaped object." Outside Top 1000. See also Gari.

[Ettore, .. 1 more] Var. of Hector 13 From Greek language. "To restrain." Not in Top 1000. ..

Honore 14 Derivative of Latin element. "Honored one." Not in popularity charts. See also Homere.

Isidore [Dore, Isadore, .. 12 more] 15 Origin fr. Greek. "Gift of Isis." Not Top 1000 names. ..

Larrimore [Larimore, .. 3 more] 16 Root fr. Old French element. "Armorer." Unique, with the -re ending for Larrimore, Larimore like Leondre.

[Lattemore, Lattimore, .. 1 more] Forms of Latimer 17 Origin fr. Middle English language. "Interpreter." Not in popularity charts.

Moore [More] 18 Origin fr. Old French, Middle English, Gaelic, Celtic languages. "Swarthy, dark-skinned; bog; noble, great." Not in popularity charts.

[Nestore, .. 3 more] Var. of Nestor 19 Root fr. Greek element. "Traveler." Not in popularity charts.

[Salvatore, .. 5 more] Form of Salvador 20 Derived fr. Latin. "Savior." Prominent. Salvatore (cf. Sabre) ends with the common -re. ..

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

Amadour - Salvador
Amadour [Amadore], Ardmore, Balfour [Balfore], Delmar [Delmore], Doran [Dore], 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 - Wilmer
Seymour [Seamore, Seymore], Stanmore, Theodore, Thor [Tore], Torrence [Tore], Whitmore [Witmore, Wittemore, Whittemore], Wilmer [Wilmore]