Ubadah, means "serves God". Outside Top 1000.
Uberto. Uncommon. Compare Uberto and common surnames Lamberto (upper 51%), Norberto (32%), which also end with -erto. See also Umberto.
Udayan, means "rising, showing up". Outside Top 1000.
Udi, means "my torch, burning stick". Udi is rarely used as a children's name. See also Udo.
Udo. Udo was not a Top birth name in 2014. See also Ado.
Ugo, means "a thinker". Not Top 1000 name.
Ukiah, means "deep valley". Unique. Ukiah is not found in the US Demographics. See also Uzziah.
Ulf, means "wolf". Rather quirky as a birth name. See also Alf.
Ulick, means "little William". Uncommon. Compare Ulick with common -lick surnames Kulick (upper 10%), Mulick (50%). See also Ulrick.
Ull, means "glory". Unusual. Ull, like Shaqeell, Ferrell, uses the familiar masculine-sounding -ll ending. See also Ulf.
Umberto. Umberto was not a Top birth name in 2014. See also Umbro.
Umed, means "desire, goal". Unusual. Compare Umed with common -ed last names Ried (upper 13%), Nied (25%). See also Amed.
Uncas, means "the fox". Not in popularity charts.
Upshaw, means "upper thicket". Not in Top 1000.
Upton, means "upper settlement". Rare. Upton (cf. Daxton, Caxton) uses the common masculine -ton suffix.
Upwood, means "upper forest". Not that common as a children's name.
Uri, means "my light, my flame". Rare. Uri, like Bri, Jabari, ends with the popular androgynous-sounding -ri. See also Umi.
Uriel, means "angel of light; flame of God". Adoption of Uriel as a baby name in 2014 was down 8.1% compared to 10 years ago. See also Uziel.
Usamah, means "like a lion". Usamah is scarcely used as a men's name.
Uther. Rare. Compare Uther with popular -ther surnames Wither (upper 59%), Ruther (20%). See also Usher.