Asad - Caerwyn
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Asad 1 .. From Arabic word. "More fortunate." Asad, Asaad, Assad (cf. Blad, Road) are common -ad suffix last names. [Asaad, Assad]
Asher 2 .. .. of Jacob, was blessed with abundance .. Ash and Asser are more unusual as variations of Asher. [Ash, .. 1 more]
Ayman 3 .. Root fr. Arabic. "Lucky, fortunate." Unusual. Ayman, like Sulayman, Suleyman, ends with the unconventional masculine-sounding -yman. In some Arabic dialects, the name .. [Aymeen]
Barack 4 .. Based on Hebrew, Swahili, African elements. "blessing." Barack, like the similar-sounding Brick, exists more often as a surname. Biblical .. [Barak, Barrak]
Baruch 5 .. From Hebrew. "Blessed." Baruch, Boruch (cf. Prazuch, Yauch) are popular -uch suffix last names. Biblical .. [Baruchi, .. 2 more]
Beattie 6 .. Origin fr. Irish, Gaelic, Latin words. "blessed." Not in popularity charts. Masculine form of Beatrice. [Beatie, .. 2 more]
Ben▼ 7 .. .. Baruch, meaning "son of the blessed" .. Adoption of Ben, Benn, etc. as baby names in 2014 was 47.4% more than a decade ago. [Benji, Benjy, Benne, .. 3 more]
Benedict▼ 8 .. Derived fr. Latin element. "Blessed." Bennett (+28) is a contemporarily stylish form undergoing resurgence. From Church Latin Benedictus .. [Ben, Benedictus, Bennedict, Bennedikt, Bennet, Bennie, Bent, .. 16 more]
Boniface 9 .. Source fr. Latin word. "Fortunate, auspicious." Not in Top 1000. Boniface was the name of an .. [Bonfecio, Bonifacio, Bonifacy, .. 2 more]
Caerwyn 10 .. From Welsh element. "Love, fair, blessed." Rare, but Caerwyn is comparable to popular -yn surnames Trewyn (top 53%), Persyn (40%). See also Corwyn. A respelling of Carwyn, though it ..
Summary of Blessed names (and variants) for boys.Asad - Caerwyn
Asad [Asaad, Assad], Asher [Ash, Asser], Ayman [Aymeen], Barack [Barak, Barrak], Baruch [Baruj, Boruch, Baruchi], Beattie [Beaty, Beatie, Beatty], Ben [Benn, Benjy, Benji, Benne, Benny, Bennie], Benedict [Bent, Bennt, Bennie, Benoit, Bennito, Venedictos, ..], Boniface [Boni, Bonifacy, Bonfecio, Bonifacio, Bonifacius], CaerwynCarwyn - Prosper
Carwyn [Caerwyn], Dexter [Dex, Dexy, Dexton], Eilwyn, Eirwyn, Elwyn [Elwin, Elwynn], Eyolf [Eyulf], Faust [Fausto, Faustus, Faustin, Faustino], Felix [Felyx, Felike, Pelike, Feliks, Felizio, Fleicien, ..], Fortune [Fortino, Fortuny, Fortunio, Fortunato, Fortunatus], Gwyn [Wyn, Gwin, Guinn, Gwynn, Gwinn, Gwynedd], Gwynedd, Israel [Yisrael], Jedidiah [Jed, Jedd, Jedediah, Jedadiah], Keitaro, Lucky, Luke [Luck, Lucio, Lucky, Lukas, Lukacs, Lucius, ..], Makarios [Makar, Makary, Makari, Makario, Mackarios, Makkarios, ..], Meged, Odilo [Odile, Odilio, Odilon, Otildo, Ottild, Ottildo], Prosper [Prospero, Prosperus]Seeley - Zelig
Seeley [Seely, Sealey, Seelye], Selig [Zelig, Seligman, Seligmann], Shiva, Zelig [Zelik, Selig, Zeligman]