What does Aniketos mean?
Aniketos /ani-ke-tos/ as a boys' name is of Greek origin, and the meaning of Aniketos is "unconquered". Source form of Nikita. The name has survived in Catholic countries because of a second-century martyred pope who was later canonized.
Aniketos has 1 feminine form: Nikita.Kreatif forms:
(male) Abimketos, Anketos, ..
(female) Anikeana, Aniketa, ..
How popular is Aniketos?
Aniketos is an uncommonly occurring first name for men. Aniketos is an equally uncommon last name for both adults and children. (2000 U.S. Census)
Displayed below is a comparison of the usage of the boy name Aniketos and related names. Nikita (#1589 from current records) is the only popular related form of Aniketos (outside Top 2000). This relation of Aniketos was favored as a baby name a decade ago (adoption of 0.01%) and is almost as popular today (adoption 0.01%, down 10.3%). (Top 2000 Names, 2014)
Suggested similar names are Agapeto, Agapetus, Aigeos (see Aegeus), Aigeus, Aiken, Aileron, Aimes, Aineas, Aineias, Aineis, Aiolos, Akeno, Akillios (see Achilles), Aleksios, Alfeos (see Alpheus), Alfredos, Alvertos (see Albert), Anacleto, Anacletus, Anastas, Anasto, Anastos, Anatol (see Anatole), Anders▲, Andreas, Andres, Andreus, Andrewes, Andrews, Andros, Anestis, Angelo, Anicho, Aniol, Anjelo, Anker, Anstas, Antaeus, Antaios, Antenor, Anteo, Antero, Anteus, Antiochos, Antol, Anton▼, Antons, Aries, Aristo, Aristos, Arkelaos (see Archelaus), Assheton, Cletos, Cristos, Enrikos, Kletos, Kristos, Mikhos, Niklos, Nikolos, Nikos and Titos. These names tend to be more frequently used than Aniketos.