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What does Evered mean?

Evered Pronunciation of Evered [evered] as a boys' name means "brave, strong boar". Evered is an alternate form of Everard (Old German, Old English). Evered is also a form of Everett (Old German, Old English).

Associated with: brave, strong.


11 relations via Everard, Everett: Averett, Evarado, Everado, Everardo, Everet, Everette, Everitt, Evert, Evrard, Evraud and Eward.

Creative forms:
(male) Elered, Eveed, ..

(female) Eveber, Eveed, ..

Middle name pairings:
Evered Reagan (E.R.), ..

How popular is Evered?

Evered is a rare given name for men but a somewhat popular surname for all people (#134929 out of 150436, Top 90%). (2000 U.S. Demographics)

Which version is better?

with its source forms and related boy names. Prominent variation forms of Evered (outside Top 2000) are Everardo, Everet, Everett (#135 from recent data), Everette, Everitt and Evert. These relations of Evered reached the peak of their popularity a century ago (median #1208) and are somewhat less widespread today (#1689, down 26%). Everett has generally been a favorite of parents, while versions such as Evert are now less common. (Top Baby Names, 2015)

Top 2000 baby names ranking of Everardo, Everet, Everett, Everette, Everitt, Evert in U.S.

Top 100 baby names ranking of Everett outside U.S.

Similar Names

Suggested similar names are Aldred, Alfred, Alured, Averel, Averet, Averey, Breed, Creed, Eber, Eberado, Eberdt (see Eberhard), Eberle, Eberley, Ebert, Eder, Ederic, Edred, Edvard, Eero, Efrem, Efren, Eldred, Eldrid, Elemer, Elfred, Elldred (see Aldred), Ellerey, Ellrad (see Elrad), Ellrod, Elrad, Elrey, Elvern, Emeer, Emerey, Emeri, Emery, Ephrem, Erek, Erez, Ethelred, Evald, Evart, Evarts, Evelin, Evelyn, Even, Everald, Everest, Everild, Everildo (see Everild), Everley, Everlie, Everly, Everton, Evreux, Evron, Ewert, Ezer, Fred, Freed, Gared, Garred, Hesed, Jared, Jered, Jerred, Meed, Meged, Modred, Naveed, Osred, Oved, Reed, Saeed and Zared. These names tend to be more commonly used than Evered.

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