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Baby Names from Raiden - Randall
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One-syllable namesThree to six letter R- boy names: Rafe, Raff, Rahm, Rain, Raine, Raines, Rains, Raj, Ralf, Ralph▼, Ram, Rance, Rand, Randl, Raul▲, Rayne, Raynes, Rolf, Rolph.
Two-syllable namesFour to nine letter R- boy names: Raheem▼, Rahiem, Rahim, Raiden▲, Rainart, Rainer, Rainhard, Rainhardt, Rainor, Raja, Rajah, Rajan, Rajiv, Ralegh, Raleigh▼, Ralston, Rama, Ramesses, Ramey, Rami, Ramon▼, Ramone, Ramos, Ramsay, Ramsden, Ramses, Ramsey, Ramy, Ramzan, Ramzey, Ramzi, Rancel, Rancell, Randal▼, Randale, Randall▼, Randel, Randell▼, Randey, Randie, Randle, Randon, Randy▲, Raoul, Rawleigh, Rawley, Rawly, Rayman, Raymon▼, Rayner, Reinart, Reiner, Reinhard, Reinhardt, Reinhart, Rendall, Rendell, Renke.
Three-syllable namesSix to seven letter R- boy names: Rainier, Rameses, Ramirez, Ramiro▼, Ranier, Raynier.
Raiden - Randall
Raiden▲. Common as surname, and Raiden (upper 85%) is comparable to common surname Rairden (upper 53%), with the Rai- prefix. See also Raydon.
Rahim, var. Rahiem, Raheem▼. "Compassionate." Ranhim, Rihim and Rohim are kreatif forms.
Rainart, var. Renke, Reinart, Reinhart, Reinhard, Rainhard, Rainhardt, Reinhardt. "Brave counsel." Scarce as boys' names, but Renke, Rainart, etc. are similar to the more common Rene.
Rainer, var. Reiner, Rayner, Rainor, Ranier, Raynier, Rainier. "Deciding warrior." Rainor and variants are seldom found as male names.
Raines, var. Rain, Rayne, Rains, Raine, Raynes. Raines (upper 1%), Rains (2%), Raynes (10%), Raine (10%) and Rain (18%) are found frequently as last names.
Rajan, var. Raj, Raja, Rajah. "King." Unique, with the androgynous-sounding -an ending for Rajan like Rylan.
Rajiv. "Striped." Not in Top 1000.
Raleigh▼, var. Rawly, Rawley, Ralegh, Rawleigh. "Roe deer's meadow." Somewhat popular as boys' names, Rawly, Raleigh, etc. are pronounced like the common Raul.
Ralph▼, var. Raul▲, Rolf, Rafe, Ralf, Raff, Rolph, Raoul. "Wolf counsel." Uncommon, with the unconventional masculine-sounding -lph ending for Ralph, Rolph like Rudolph.
Ralston. "Ralph's town." Not in Top 1000.
Ram, var. Rahm, Rama, Ramos. "Pleasing; supreme." Ramos and variants are rarely adopted as children's names.
Rami, var. Ramy, Ramey. "Loving." Rami, Ramey and Ramy are barely found as masculine names.
Ramiro▼, var. Ramirez. "Renowned counselor." Ranked in Top 1000.
Ramon▼, var. Raymon▼, Rayman, Ramone. Usage of Ramon, Ramone, etc. as boys' names in 2014 was down 11.1% compared to the year before.
Ramsay, var. Ramzi, Ramzey, Ramsey. "Garlic island." Rare, with the -ay suffix for Ramsay like Rojay.
Ramsden. "Ram valley." Not in Top 1000.
Ramses, var. Ramzan, Rameses, Ramesses. "Begotten by Ra, the sun god." Outside Top 1000.
Rance, var. Rancel, Rancell. Uncommon. Rance (cf. Roice) has the unconventional androgynous -ce suffix.
Rand. "Shield." Rand (cf. Yand) is a popular -and suffix last name. See also Randie.
Randall▼, var. Rand, Randy▲, Randl, Randon, Randle, Randie, Randal▼, Randey, Randel, Rendell, .. 3 more. "Wolf shield." Randy (upper 6%), Randall (11%), Randal (39%) and Randell (68%) are common first names.