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17 Blessed names and what they mean, for blessed for baby boys, listing 1-17. Ben and Benedict are commonly used names, while Asher, Baruch, Beattie, Caerwyn, Carwyn, Eilwyn, Eirwyn, Elwyn, Gwyn, Gwynedd, Keitaro, Makarios, Seeley, Selig and Zelig are rare in comparison. Here is the list of Blessed names for girls.


Asher .. Biblical: Asher, the eighth son of Jacob, was promised a life blessed with abundance ..
[Ash, Asser]

Baruch .. "Blessed." ..
[Baruchi, Baruj, Boruch]

Beattie .. "Blessed." ..
[Beatie, Beatty, Beaty]

Ben .. Many Hebrew names combine Ben with another name, for example Ben-Baruch, meaning "son of the blessed" ..
[Benji, Benjy, Benn, Benne, Bennie, .. 1 more]

Benedict .. "Blessed." ..
[Ben, Bendick, Bendict, Benedetto, Benedick, .. 18 more]

Caerwyn .. "Love, fair, blessed." ..

Carwyn .. "Love, fair, blessed." ..
[Caerwyn]

Eilwyn .. Possibly from ael "brow" or ail "just like", combined with (g)wen or (g)wyn meaning "white, fair, blessed, holy".

Eirwyn .. "Blessed snow." From eira meaning "snow", and (g)wen or (g)wyn meaning "white, fair, blessed, holy".

Elwyn .. "White, fair, blessed, holy." ..
[Elwin, Elwynn]

Gwyn .. "Fair, white blessed, holy." ..
[Guinn, Gwin, Gwinn, Gwynn, Gwynedd, .. 1 more]

Gwynedd .. "Blessed." ..

Keitaro .. "Blessed."

Makarios .. "Blessed." ..
[Macaire, Macario, Macarios, Macarius, Maccario, .. 8 more]

Seeley .. "Blessed." ..
[Sealey, Seely, Seelye]

Selig .. "Blessed."
[Seligman, Seligmann, Zelig]

Zelig .. "Blessed, holy." ..
[Selig, Zeligman, Zelik]


Top 1000 baby names ranking of Blessed names: Asher, Ben, Benedict, Elwyn

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Cronus .. He ruled over earth until he was overthrown by the Olympian gods, his children.
[Cronan]

Boniface .. "Fortunate, auspicious." ..
[Bonfecio, Boni, Bonifacio, Bonifacius, Bonifacy]

Bligh .. "Bliss." Related to Bliss and Blythe, but due to the fame of English sea captain William Bligh, whose crew on the HMS Bounty mutinied in 1789, it has taken on connotations of severity, even tyranny ..
[Bly]

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