Addison - Clinton
Page 1/3 of 45 18th century names.
Addison▼ 1 .. .. The English poet and essayist Joseph .. Ad, Addie, etc. are hardly found as men's names. [Ad, Addeson, Addy, Adison, Adisson, .. 1 more]
Antioco 2 .. Antioch is a city in what .. Antiochus and variants are seldom found as first names. [Antioch, Antiochus, .. 1 more]
Augustus▲ 3 .. Given historical glamour by Roman emperors .. Prominent. Augustus (cf. Brutus, Quintus) ends with the favored masculine -tus. [Agostino, Augie, Auguste, Augustin, Augusto, Augy, Austen, Guus, .. 6 more]
Bayard 4 .. .. In America, three generations of Bayards .. Bayani (upper 38%), Bayan (37%) are popular surnames similar to Bayard (upper 12%). [Baiardo, Bajardo, Bay, .. 1 more]
Bernard 5 .. .. Fairly common until the 18th century .. Less common today. Bernard was the variant last recorded (2008) in the Top 1000. [Barnard, Barnhardo, Barnie, Berend, Bernardino, Bernis, Bernt, .. 16 more]
Boaz 6 .. .. Revived by the Puritans and occasionally .. Not in popularity charts. [Boas, Boase]
Boone 7 .. .. Daniel Boone (18th century), the legendary .. Rare. Boone (cf. Kyrone, Tirone) ends with the familiar androgynous -one. See also Boni.
Boswell 8 .. James Boswell (18th century) was a .. Not in popularity charts.
Bradford 9 .. .. Another William Bradford (18th century) was .. Not in popularity charts. [Braddford, Bradfurd, .. 1 more]
Clinton▼ 10 .. .. An illustrious 18th century governor of .. Clingan (top 10%), Clingen (97%) are popular last names similar to Clinton (top 1%), Clint (37%). [Clint, Klint, .. 1 more]
Summary of 18th century names (and variants) for boys.Addison - Clinton
Addison [Ad, Addy, Addie, Adison, Addeson, Adisson], Antioco [Antioch, Antiochos, Antiochus], Augustus [Gus, Guus, Guss, Austin, Austyn, Gussie, ..], Bayard [Bay, Baylen, Baiardo, Bajardo], Bernard [Bernt, Bernie, Bernis, Burnard, Vernados, Bernhardo, ..], Boaz [Boas, Boase], Boone, Boswell, Bradford [Brad, Bradfurd, Braddford], Clinton [Klint, Clint, Clintt]Ephraim - Ranjit
Ephraim [Evron, Ephrem, Ephrim, Ephrym, Yefrem, Ephriam, ..], Fingal [Fin, Finn, Fingall, Fionghall], Galfrid [Gal], Garrick [Garek, Garryk, GarrIk, Garryck, Garreck], Griffith, Julian [Julio, Julius, Julien, Julyan, Juliano, Julianus, ..], Livingston [Livingsten, Livingstin, Livingstone], Lothar [Lother, Lothur, Lothair, Lothario], Mather [Maither, Matther], Oisin [Ossin, Ossian], Orville [Orv, Orvil, Orval, Orvell, Orvelle], Oscar [Ozzy, Oskar, Ossie, Osker], Owen [Ewan, Owin, Ewen, Owain, Owynn, Owens], Paine [Pain, Payne], Paisley, Patrick [Pats, Pink, Patty, Patsy, Patton, Patten, ..], Paul [Pol, Poll, Poul, Pavlo, Pawel, Pavlik, ..], Penn [Pen], Pike [Pyke], Ranjit [Ranjeet]Reuben - Wistar
Reuben [Ruby, Rube, Ruben, Rubin, Rouvin, Rubino, ..], Rousseau [Russo, Roussell], Rupert [Ruprecht], Seraphim [Saraph, Seraph, Serafin, Sarafino, Serafino, Seraphimus], Sidney [Sid, Syd, Sydney], Simon [Syms, Symms, Symon, Szymon, Simpson, Simonson, ..], Solomon [Sol, Sollie, Shalmon, Solaman, Soloman, Salomone, ..], Stephen [Steve, Stevy, Stevie, Steven, Stevan, Stevenson, ..], Stuart [Steward, Stewart], Tecumseh, Timothy [Tymon, Tymothy, Timothey, Tymmothy, Tymoteusz, Timotheus, ..], Titus [Tito, Titos], Wedgwood [Wedgewood], Wesley [Wes, Wesly, Wessley, Westley, Westleigh], Wistar [Wister]