18th Century Names for boys

18th names and what they mean, for 18th for males. Here is the list of 18th century names for girls. Adoption of these boy names reached its highest during the years 1880-1889 (usage of 0.3477%) and is somewhat lower today (usage 0.216%, down 37.9%), with names such as Sidney, Addison, Stephen, Clinton and Stuart becoming somewhat outmoded. The trendier baby names among these are Augustus (#544), Titus (#285), Solomon (#380), Simon (#231) and Owen (#36), and there is also a rebound in birth name popularity for Augustus, Owen, Simon and Solomon.

Addison - Clinton

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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]

Top 1000 baby names ranking of 18th names: Addison, Augustus, Bernard, Bradford, Clinton

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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]