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12 14th names and what they mean, for 14th for baby boys, listing 1-12.
Bruce .. The tale of its most famous member, Robert "the Bruce", King of Scotland in the 14th century, who watched and learned the value of perseverance from a spider repeatedly climbing up again after being knocked down, has become a part of the world's folklore ..
Clarence .. The title "Duke of Clarence" was created for a 14th-century royal prince who married a girl from the Clare family ..
Egbert .. The name fell out of use by the 14th century and was briefly revived in the 19th century.
Eligius .. Literary: Chaucer, in "The Canterbury Tales" (14th century) wrote "By Saint Loy", using the common medieval form of the name.
Ferrer .. Surname used in honor of Saint Vincent Ferrer (14th century).
Owen .. Owen Glendower was a 14th-century Welsh chieftain who fought unsuccessfully for Welsh independence from England ..
Plantagenet .. The Plantegenet family ruled England in the 13th and 14th centuries, giving the name connotations of ancient high rank ..
Robert .. Especially favored by the Scots due to 14th-century King Robert the Bruce and to poet Robert Burns ..
Rocky .. Nickname for Rocco (Italian), the name of a 14th-century saint ..
Sergio .. Saint Sergius (14th century) was a much-loved Russian saint ..
Tamerlane Name of a 14th-century Mongol warrior descended from Genghis Khan ..
Yves .. Saint Yves (14th century) was a French lawyer and priest known as "an attorney who was an honest man" ..
Bruce, Clarence, Owen, Robert, Rocky and Sergio are commonly used names, while Egbert, Eligius, Ferrer, Plantagenet, Tamerlane and Yves are rare in comparison. (2000 U.S. Census)
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