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3 Adventurous names and what they mean, for adventurous for baby boys, listing 1-3. Here is the list of Adventurous names for girls.

Brendan .. Saint Brendan of Ireland (sixth century), known as "the Voyager", is famed for his scholarship and adventurous traveling, including a seven-year voyage to a land that some think may have been North America ..
[Breandan, Bren, Brendano, Brenden, Brendin, .. 5 more]

Esau .. He was born covered in red hair and was a skilled and adventurous hunter ..

Nachshon .. (Hebrew) "Adventurous, daring."

Top 1000 baby names ranking of Adventurous names: Brendan

Brendan is a commonly used name, while Esau and Nachshon are rare in comparison. (2000 U.S. Census)

Featured categories: bold, brave, courageous, daring, hazardous, wild.

Kaleb .. (Hebrew) "Tenacious and aggressive." ..

Cassius .. Shakespeare's Julius Caesar depicts Caius Cassius as politically ambitious ..
[Cash, Cass, Cassio]

Antenor .. (Spanish, Greek) "Combatant, antagonist." ..

Archibald .. (Old French, Old German) "Genuine, bold, brave." ..
[Arch, Archaimbaud, Archambault, Archer, Archibaldo, .. 8 more]

Allard .. (Old English) "Noble and brave."
[Adelard, Adelhard, Alhard, Alhart, Allart]

Balder .. (Old English) "Courageous army." ..
[Baldor, Baldur, Baudier]

Carson .. Carson City, Nevada was named for him, and to this day, an aura of rakishness and daring clings to the name ..
[Carsan, Carsen, Cason, Karson, Kason]

Jehu .. Biblical: Jehu was a military commander of Israel, later king, who was noted for his pell-mell style of chariot driving.

Janus .. He had two faces, one of which looked forward and the other backward, and gave his name to the first month of the year, January ..
[Gennadi, Gennaro, Janan, Janiusz, Januarius, .. 4 more]

Ace .. The term "flying ace" goes back to World War I when planes were both novel and hazardous.
[Acee, Acer, Acey, Acie]

Einion .. Einion Yrth "the Impetuous" (fifth century) was the son of Cunedda, a king in the north of Britain.
[Einon, Einwys, Eynon]

Bram .. (Scottish, Irish, Gaelic) "A thicket of wild gorse." ..
[Bramm, Bran, Brann]


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