Altair - Enda
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Altair 1 .. Stems fr. Arabic element. "Bird." Altair, Alltair, etc. were not among 2014's Top names. Also possibly of Latin origin .. [Alltair, .. 2 more]
Birtle 2 .. Root fr. Old English. "Hill of birds." Unique. Birtle, Bertle, like Carlisle, Bille, use the common androgynous-sounding -le ending. Place name. [Bertle]
Burdett 3 .. Derived fr. Middle English language. "Bird." Burdett is more uncommon as a form. [Burdette]
Covey 5 .. Derivative of Middle English element. "Brood of birds." Common as surnames, and Covey (upper 3%), Covvey are similar to popular Cov- last names Cover (upper 5%), Coveny (58%). Author Stephen Covey. [Covvey]
Crane 6 .. .. that resembles the long legged bird .. Unusual. Crane, like Thane, Montane, uses the popular androgynous-sounding -ane ending. [Crain, Crayn, .. 2 more]
Cranford 7 .. .. refers to the water dwelling birds. Cranford, like the similar Crawford, exists more usually as a last name. [Cranfurd]
Eagle 8 Bird name. Some Native American tribes name children after birds and animals. Common as surname, and Eagle (top 3%) is similar to common Ea- last names Eaglen (top 52%), Eagler (74%). See also Nagle.
Efron 9 .. Stems fr. Hebrew element. "Singing bird." Efron (upper 39%) and Ephron (87%) occur commonly as last names. [Efroni, .. 1 more]
Enda 10 .. Stems fr. Irish. "Bird." Unisex name. Enda is unique as a children's name. From ean ..
Summary of Bird names (and variants) for boys.Altair - Enda
Altair [Altayr, Altaer, Alltair], Birtle [Bertle], Burdett [Burdette], Byrd [Bird, Byrdie], Covey [Covvey], Crane [Crain, Crayn, Crayne, Craine], Cranford [Cranfurd], Eagle, Efron [Efroni, Ephron], EndaFowler - Vireo
Fowler, Gannet [Gannett], Hawk, Jay [Jeh, Jae, Jai, Jaye, Jayron, Jayronn], Larry, Palila [Pali], Peabody, Phoenix [Fenix, Phenix], Raven [Ravinn, Rayven, Rayvin], Starling, Talon [Talin, Talen, Tallan, Tallen, Tallin, Tallon], Tern, Torio [Torrio], Vireo