What does Silver mean?
Silver has 1 variant: Sylver.
Silver has 1 feminine form: Silvestra.Kreatif forms:
(male) Silter, Slaver, ..
(female) Silde, Silverri, ..
How popular is Silver?
Silver is an unusual given name for males but a very prominent surname for both adults and children (#1489 out of 150436, Top 1%). (2000 U.S. Census)
Shown below is the birth name history of Silver for boys. Silver was first listed in 1890-1899 and reached its top position of #1596 in the U.S. then, but is not ranked currently. (Top Baby Names, 2014)
Below is a graphed analysis of the history of Silver and affiliated names. Silvester and Silvestre are the prominent alternative forms of Silver. Adoption of these forms of Silver was well-received among parents 20 years ago.
Recommended names are Adler, Ailmer (see Aylmer), Alger, Allger, Alter, Bailer, Balder, Balfer, Carver, Colver, Culver, Dieter, Eizer, Elger, Eylmer (see Aylmer), Filmer, Fisher▲, Gilmer, Glover, Halver, Hiller, Hillier, Iver, Keller, Miller▲, Miner, Muller, Myller (see Miller), Olliver, Piper, Ridder, Ritter, River▲, Rover, Saber, Sadler, Saleem, Sander, Sender, Severo, Shefer, Shomer, Sidney▼, Sigvard, Sills, Silvan, Silvano, Silverio, Silverman, Silverton, Silvino, Silvio, Simen, Sior, Sivney, Skyler, Skyller, Sommer, Spyder, Steven▼, Sumner, Sven, Sylvio, Telfer, Tiger, Trever▼, Volker, Walder, Waller, Walter▼, Weaver, Wilber▼, Wilder, Wilmer▼ and Xever. These names tend to be more frequently used than Silver.