What does Everest mean?
Everest [ever-est] as a boys' name is of Old English origin. Probably related to Everett. Mount Everest, the tallest mountain in the world, was named for a 19th-century surveyor of India, Sir George Everest. Fashion designer Timothy Everest.
(male) Emerest, Everes, ..
(female) Everel, Everes, .. Middle name pairings:
Everest Azariah (E.A.), ..
How popular is Everest?
Everest is a rare given name for males but a very popular surname for all people (#29296 out of 150436, Top 19%). (2000 U.S. Census)
Everest entered the list in 2014 and reached its highest position of #1485 in the U.S. in the year 2015. (Top Baby Names, 2015)
Which version is better?with similar and related boy names. Prominent related forms of Everest (#1485 from recent data) are Everett (#135 from recent data), Evert, Everitt, Everette and Everet. Other forms, like Averitt, are uncommon. Usage of these relations of Everest reached its highest during 1910-1919 (median #1208) and is almost as widespread today (#1603, down 23%), but with forms such as Everette falling out of fashion. Everett is the most fashionable birth name here.
Everest is alike in pronunciation to Evariste. Other recommended names are Averet, Earnest▼, Eberdt (see Eberhard), Ebert, Emerey, Emerus, Ernest▼, Ernst▼, Evaristo, Evart, Evarts, Eveneser, Everado, Everald, Everhart, Everild, Everley, Everlie, Everly, Everton, Evreux, Ewert, Forest▼ and Forrest▼. These names tend to be more commonly used than Everest.