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Names ending with -th for boys

"TH" names ending with -th are used more often as feminine names.

Here is the list of -th names for girls.

pinAinsworth - Jarlath

Page 1/2 of 38 -th grouped names.

Top 1000 baby names ranking of -th names: Ellsworth, Garth, Heath

Ainsworth [Answorth] 1 Origin fr. Old English language. "Ann's estate." Outside Top 1000.

Atworth 2 Derived fr. Old English word. "At the farmstead." Aaatworth, Aaworth and Atworthaa are kreatif variations.

[Barth, .. 28 more] Var. of Bartholomew 3 From Aramaic element. "Son of Talmai (the farmer)." Not Top 1000 name. See also Baret. ..

Booth [Both, .. 3 more] 4 Derivative of Middle English, Scandinavian words. "Dwelling place." Not in Top 1000.

Bosworth 5 Based on Middle English word. "Fenced farm near the woods." Not in popularity charts.

Cleanth [Cleneth, Clianth, Kleanth, .. 6 more] 6 From Greek word. .. Critic Cleanth Brooks. Not in popularity charts.

Ellsworth [Ellswerth, Elsworth] 7 Derived fr. Old English word. "Elli's estate." Not in Top 1000. ..

[Galath] Form of Galahad 8 Origin fr. Welsh word. "Hawk, hero." Uncommon. Galath, like Golliath, has the unconventional androgynous -ath ending. See also Golyath. ..

Galbraith [Galbreath, Gallbraith, Gallbreath, .. 1 more] 9 Source fr. Scottish, Gaelic languages. "Foreign Briton." Not in Top 1000.

Gareth [Garith, Garreth, Garth, Garyth, .. 3 more] 10 Based on Celtic element. "Gentle." Not Top 1000 names. ..

[Gareth, Garreth, Garrith, Garyth, .. 18 more] Var. of Garret 11 Surname derived from Gerald and Gerard .. Not in popularity charts.

Garth 12 Root fr. Scandinavian element. "Keeper of the garden." Outside Top 1000. See also Garyth. ..

Goldsmith 13 Derivative of Old English. "Gold worker." Unique. Goldsmith (cf. Griffith) uses the unusual -ith suffix.

Goliath [Golliath, Golyath] 14 From Hebrew language. "Exile." Unusual. Goliath, Golliath, Golyath, like Gallbreath, ends with the unusual -ath.

Griffith 15 Derivative of Welsh. "Strong chief." Uncommon. Griffith (cf. Gallbraith) uses the -ith suffix.

Heath 16 From Middle English word. "Heath." Ranked in Top 1000. Gender-neutral name.

[Hellmuth, .. 1 more] Form of Helmut 17 Origin fr. Middle French element. "Helmet." Not in popularity charts.

Japheth 18 From Hebrew language. "May he expand." Not in popularity charts. See also Japhet.

Jareth [Jarreth, Jereth] 19 From American. Blend of Jar or Jer and .. Outside Top 1000.

Jarlath [Jarleath, Jarlaith] 20 Derivative of Irish, Gaelic. From Iarlaith. Outside Top 1000.

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

Ainsworth - Jarlath
Ainsworth [Answorth], Atworth, Bartholomew [Barth], Booth [Both], Bosworth, Cleanth [Cleneth, Clianth, Kleanth], Ellsworth [Elsworth, Ellswerth], Galahad [Galath], Galbraith [Galbreath, Gallbraith, Gallbreath], Gareth [Garth, Garyth, Garith, Garreth], Garret [Garyth, Gareth, Garrith, Garreth], Garth, Goldsmith, Goliath [Golyath, Golliath], Griffith, Heath, Helmut [Hellmuth], Japheth, Jareth [Jereth, Jarreth], Jarlath [Jarleath, Jarlaith]

Jethro - Yorath
Jethro [Jeth], Keith, Kenneth [Kennith], Langworth, Leith, Mar- [Markeith], Meredith [Meredyth, Merideth, Meridith], Roth, Seth, Smith [Smyth], Wadsworth [Waddsworth], Walworth, Wentworth, Woolworth, Worth, Wyatt [Wyeth], Yaphet [Japheth, Yapheth], Yorath