Ram, var. Rahm, Rama, Ramos, means "pleasing; supreme". Ram is infrequently used as a men's name, occurring often (Top 25%) as a surname in the US Census. See also Sam.
Rami, var. Ramy, Ramey, means "loving". Rami is rarely occurring as a first name. See also Rome.
Ramiro▼, var. Ramirez, means "renowned counselor". Usage of the name Ramiro as a given name has decreased over time. See also Raniero.
Ramon▼, var. Raymon▼, Rayman, Ramone. Ramon and Raymon have waned in popularity as given names for boys over the years. The form Raymon is widely used as a version of this name.
Ramsay, var. Ramzi, Ramzey, Ramsey, means "garlic island". Also suitable as a girls' name. Ramsay is scarcely used as a male name, and it appears frequently (Top 5%) as a last name in the US Census. The variation Ramsey is generally used as a variant form of Ramsay.
Ramsden, means "ram valley". A rare name for children, occurring more commonly as a surname.
Ramses, var. Ramzan, Rameses, Ramesses, means "begotten by Ra, the sun god". Seldom used as a baby name. See also Ramsey.
Rance, var. Rancel, Rancell. Scarcely used as a name for boys, Rance is used more often as a surname. See also Vance.
Rand, means "shield". A moderately rare given name that exists more frequently as a surname. See also Randy.
Randall▼, var. Rand, Randy▲, Randl, Randon, Randle, Randie, Randal▼, Randey, Randel, Rendell, .. 3 more, means "wolf shield". The variant form Randy has gained increasing favor as a birth name. The variations Randy and Randel are prevalent as variant forms of the name.
Randi, means "fair, wise judge; wolf shield". Also suitable as a girls' name. Scarcely used as a given name for boys.
Randolph▼, var. Randy▲, Ranolf, Randal▼, Ranulfo, Randolf, Randall▼, Randell▼, means "wolf shield". The variant form Randy has increased in popularity as a name for kids over time. The variations Randy and Randal are common as forms of Randolph.
Randy▲, var. Randi, Randie, Randey. The name Randy has risen in popularity over the years since 1880-1889. Name applicable for both boys and girls.
Ranger, var. Range, Rainger, means "forest guardian". Ranger is an uncommon masculine name, appearing regularly (Top 18%) as a surname according to the US Census. See also Ranier.
Ranjit, var. Ranjeet, means "influenced by charm". Ranjit is sparsely used as a men's name.
Rankin, var. Rankinn, Rankine, means "little shield; Son of Francis". Seldom used as a name for boys, occurring more conventionally as a last name.
Ransford, means "raven ford". Seldom used as a birth name, Ransford is found more often as a surname.
Ransley, var. Ransly, Ransleigh, means "raven meadow". Scarcely used as a name for baby boys.
Ransom▼, var. Ransome, means "warrior's shield". Usage of Ransom as a given name has been on a downward trend over the years. See also Ronson.
Raoul, var. Rowl, Roul, Raul▲. Raoul is a sparsely used men's name. The variation Raul is generally used as a form of Raoul.
Raphael▲, var. Rafe, Rafal, Ravel, Rafel, Rafael▲, Rafello, Raffael, Rafaelo, Rafaelle, Rafaello, .. 3 more, means "healing God". Common as a given name (#596 last year), and also used frequently as a surname. The variation Rafael is widely used as a form of this name.
Rashad▼, var. Rashod, Rashaad, means "good judgment". The name Rashad has decreased in favor as a baby name over the years since 1990. The variation Rashaad is prevalent as a variant form of Rashad.
Rashid, var. Rasheyd, Rasheid, Rasheed▼, means "rightly guided". Usage of Rasheed as a birth name for boys has waned over the years since 1995. The form Rasheed is popular as a version of this name.
Rashaun, var. Rashae, Rashawn▼, Rashane, Rayshawn, Rayshaun. Rashawn has diminished in popularity as a birth name for boys over the years. The form Rayshawn is prevalent as a version of this name.
Rasmus, means "to love". Rare as a name for children, Rasmus occurs more frequently as a last name. See also Rastus.
Rastus. Seldom used as a birth name for boys. See also Rasmus.
Raul▲, var. Raoul. Very popular as a birth name for males (#423 in 2014), and also occurring somewhat commonly as a surname. The form Raoul is widely used as a version of Raul.
Raven, var. Rayvin, Rayven, Ravinn. A name suited for both genders. Somewhat uncommon as a name for children, Raven occurs more commonly as a last name.
Ravi, var. Ravee, means "sun". Rare as a birth name, Ravi is found more frequently as a surname. See also Tavi.
Rawlins, var. Rawson, Rawlinson. Rawlins is intermittently used as a masculine name, and it appears frequently (Top 5%) as a last name in the US Census. See also Rollins.