18th Century Names from Julian - Paisley

Page 3/5. 45 18th names and what they mean, for 18th for males. Listing 16-25.

Julian 16 .. First used in the 18th century .. Julian is a conventional (Top 23%) male name, occurring commonly (Top 3%) as a last name according to the US Census. The form Julien is familiar as a version of Julian. [Jolyon, Juliano, Julien, Julius, .. 4 more]

Livingston 17 .. The Livingston family were prominent Hudson River landowners in the 18th and 19th centuries. A rare name for newborns, Livingston is used more commonly as a surname. [Livingsten, Livingstin, .. 1 more]

Lothar 18 .. The character Lothario in an early 18th-century English play gave this name connotations for awhile of a libertine or a careless seducer of women. Lothar is a rarely used male name. See also Louther. [Lother, Lothario, .. 2 more]

Mather 19 .. Surname of a dynasty of 17th and 18th century Massachusetts theologians, Richard, Increase, and Cotton Mather. A rare baby name, Mather is used more commonly as a surname. See also Mathew. [Maither, .. 1 more]

Oisin 20 .. The anglicized form Ossian was revived in the 18th century by James Macpherson as the name of the supposed author of some ancient Gaelic poetry which Macpherson claimed to have translated .. Seldom used as a boys' name. See also Orsin. [Ossian, .. 1 more]

Orville 21 .. This name was invented by Fanny Burney for a character in her 18th-century novel "Evelina" .. Slightly sporadically used as a given name for boys these days, but Orville is still recorded often as a first name among the male populace according to the US Census. The variation Orvil is commonplace as a form of this name. [Orv, Orval, Orvelle, .. 2 more]

Oscar 22 .. The name was revived by 18th century literary use .. Oscar is a conventional (Top 12%) men's name, and it occurs often (Top 15%) as a surname in the US Census. See also Osmar. [Oskar, Ossie, .. 2 more]

Owen 23 .. Common outside Wales since the 18th century .. Very popular as a baby name (#36 in 2014), and also used commonly as a surname. See also Oren. [Ewan, Owens, Owin, .. 3 more]

Paine 24 .. Thomas Paine (18th century) was an influential political theorist during the American Revolution, and wrote "The Rights of Man" which supported the French Revolution. A name applicable for both men and women. Paine is rarely used as a men's name, and it occurs often (Top 3%) as a surname in the US Census. [Pain, .. 1 more]

Paisley 25 .. The name has been given to a pattern on fabric, since shawls with that pattern were made in the town in the 18th century. A name suited for both sexes. Scarcely used as a birth name, Paisley exists more often as a last name.

Top 1000 baby names ranking of 18th names: Julian, Orville, Oscar, Owen

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