Rabi, var. Rabee, Rabbi, means "gentle wind". A scarce name for baby boys. See also Rubio.
Racham, var. Rahim, Raham, Rachim, means "mercy, compassion". Racham is rarely occurring as a male name. See also Nacham.
Rad, means "adviser". Seldom used as a name for boys, Rad is used more conventionally as a last name. See also Rudy.
Radames▼. A slightly uncommon birth name for males.
Radbert, means "bright adviser". Seldom used as a baby name. See also Radburn.
Radburn, var. Radborn, Radburne, Radbourn, Radborne, Radbourne, means "red brook". Radburn is an uncommon male name. See also Raeburn.
Radcliff, var. Ratcliff, Ratcliffe, Radclyffe, Radcliffe, means "red cliff". Radcliff is a rarely used men's name, appearing often (Top 8%) as a surname according to the US Census.
Radek. Rarely used as a name for baby boys.
Radford, var. Redford, Radfurd, Radferd, means "from the reedy ford; red ford". Radford is an unusual given name, and it appears often (Top 3%) as a surname in the US Census. See also Rayford.
Radimir, means "famous joy". Seldom used as a given name.
Radley, var. Radly, Radlee, Radlea, Radleigh, means "meadow of reeds; red meadow". Radley is rare as a first name, and it appears commonly (Top 13%) as a last name in the US Census. See also Rutley.
Radnor, means "reedy shore; red shore". Rarely used as a name for babies. See also Rainor.
Radwan, means "pleasure, satisfaction". A rare name for boys which exists more commonly as a surname.
Rafael▲, var. Rafa, Rafe, Rafer, Rafel, Raphael▲, Rafello, Raffaelo, Raffaello. Very common choice for a name for newborns (#293 the previous year) which is also used somewhat often as a surname. The variation Raphael is familiar as a form of the name.
Rafe, var. Rafer, means "counsel of the wolf". Rare as a name for boys. See also Reve.
Rafferty, var. Raferty, Raffarty, Raffertey, means "prosperity wielder". Rare as a birth name for boys, Rafferty is found more commonly as a last name.
Rafi, var. Raffy, Raffi, Rafee, means "holding high". Unique as a baby name, Rafi is used more frequently as a surname. See also Robi.
Rafiq, var. Rafi, Rafik, means "friend". A rare name for boys, Rafiq is found more commonly as a surname.
Ragnar, var. Regner, Reiner, Raynor, Rayner, Ragnor, Rainer, Rainier, means "judgment warrior". Ragnar is rarely occurring as a men's name. See also Raynar.
Rai, means "trust; lightning, thunder". A scarce birth name for males. See also Rye.
Raiden▲. The name Raiden has risen in popularity over the years. See also Royden.
Rahim, var. Rahiem, Raheem▼, means "compassionate". Rare as a baby name, Rahim occurs more commonly as a last name. The form Raheem is common as a version of Rahim.
Rainart, var. Renke, Reinart, Reinhart, Reinhard, Rainhard, Rainhardt, Reinhardt, means "brave counsel". Rainart is rarely used as a masculine name. See also Raynard.
Rainer, var. Reiner, Rayner, Rainor, Ranier, Raynier, Rainier, means "deciding warrior". Rainer is a rarely occurring male name, occurring commonly (Top 10%) as a last name according to the US Census. See also Raynar.
Raines, var. Rain, Rayne, Rains, Raine, Raynes. Unique as a birth name for boys, Raines is found more commonly as a last name. See also Gaines.
Rajan, var. Raj, Raja, Rajah, means "king". Rajan is intermittently used as a men's name, and it occurs often (Top 35%) as a surname according to the US Census. See also Rogan.
Rajiv, means "striped". A seldom-used birth name for boys.
Raleigh▼, var. Rawly, Rawley, Ralegh, Rawleigh, means "roe deer's meadow". Also suitable as a girls' name. Raleigh has diminished in popularity as a boys' name over the years.
Ralph▼, var. Raul▲, Rolf, Rafe, Ralf, Raff, Rolph, Raoul, means "wolf counsel". The variant form Raul has become progressively more popular with parents. The form Rolf is widely used as a variation of Ralph.
Ralston, means "Ralph's town". A unique birth name for males which exists more conventionally as a surname.