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Boy Names associated with Blessed


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Blessed baby names and what they mean, for blessed, fortunate, lucky, flourishing, with 39 results. Usage of these boy names is at its most widespread presently (USAGE OF 0.6%), except for names like Ben which have become less in vogue. The most fashionable baby names in this list are Asher (#83), Dexter (#411), Felix (#262), Israel (#240) and Jedidiah (#716), while Ashar (TOP 82%) and Felux (99%) are common last names. Here is the list of Blessed names for girls.

Blessed names

Asad - Gwyn | Gwynedd - Zelig

Asad - Gwyn

Stems fr. Arabic. "More fortunate." Arad is also a slightly favored boys' name. [Assad, Asaad]

.. of Jacob, was blessed with abundance .. Asher (cf. Auther, Arther) is a common -her suffix last name. [Asser, .. 1 more]

Derived fr. Arabic element. "Lucky, fortunate." Usage of Ayman and Aymeen as boys' names in 2015 was up 24.2% compared to a decade ago. In some Arabic dialects, the name .. [Aymeen]

Based on Hebrew, Swahili, African. "Blessing." Barack, Barak and Barrak are not Top 2000 names. Biblical .. [Barrak, Barak]

Derivative of Hebrew language. "Blessed." Barouch, Barich are common surnames. Biblical .. [Boruch, Baruj, .. 1 more]

Derivative of Irish, Gaelic, Latin words. "Blessed." Beattie, Beatty, etc. are unusual as baby names. Masculine form of Beatrice. [Beaty, Beatty, .. 1 more]

.. Baruch, meaning "son of the blessed" .. Ben and variants became less trendy last year, dropping -186 positions as boys' names with Benny falling the most. [Benny, Bennie, Benne, Benjy, Benji, .. 1 more]

Source fr. Latin element. "Blessed." Ben has generally been a favorite of parents, though Bennett is currently higher in the list, while forms like Bennie have lost favor. From Church Latin Benedictus .. [Venedictos, Bennito, Benito, Benicio, Benedikte, .. 18 more]

Derivative of Latin. "Fortunate, auspicious." Less popular today. Bonifacio was the variation last recorded (1950-1959) in the Top 2000. [Bonifacy, Boni, .. 3 more]

From Welsh word. "Love, fair, blessed." Caerian and Caerne are creative forms. See also Corwyn. A respelling of Carwyn, though it ..

Top 2000 baby names ranking of Blessed names: Asad, Asher, Ayman, Ben, Benedict

Top 2000 baby names ranking of Blessed names: Dexter, Elwyn, Felix

Origin fr. Welsh. "Love, fair, blessed." Carwyn and Caerwyn are rarely used as birth names. Carwen is the female form. [Caerwyn]

From Latin, Old English. "Right handed, fortunate; woman who dyes." Dexter is widely used as a variant form. Originally from Greek dexi meaning "worship" .. [Dexy, .. 2 more]

.. wyn meaning "white, fair, blessed, holy". A baby name that is not broadly used. See also Elwin.

Source fr. Welsh element. "Blessed snow." Eirwyn is not often adopted as a children's name. See also Eirian. .. wyn meaning "white, fair, blessed, holy".

Based on Gaelic, Welsh words. "White, fair, blessed, holy." Elwin (upper 49%) and Elwyn (97%) are found commonly as last names. Of uncertain origin, influenced by Welsh .. [Elwynn, .. 1 more]

Root fr. Norwegian element. "Lucky wolf." Outside Top 2000. [Eyulf]

Origin fr. Latin. "Lucky, fortunate." A children's name that is little-used, Faust occurs more conventionally as a surname. .. added Felix "happy, fortunate" to his .. [Faustus, .. 3 more]

Origin fr. Latin. "Happy, lucky." Popularly used, with usage of 0.072% for Felix and variants as boys' names in 2015, higher than 0.072% a year ago. Masculine of Felicity .. [Pelike, Fleicien, Felyx, Feliks, Felike, Feliciano, Felic, .. 5 more]

Root fr. Old French. "Lucky." Fortino (top 11%), Fortunato (5%) and Fortune (2%) are found regularly as surnames. Fortino (for TEEN oh) is the .. [Fortuny, Fortunio, .. 3 more]

From Welsh. "Fair, white blessed, holy." A boys' name which is little-used, Gwyn is used more frequently as a surname. From (g)wyn .. [Wyn, Gwynn, Gwin, Guinn, .. 2 more]

Quick Reference

Summary Index of Blessed names [and variants] for boys.

1. Asad - Gwyn
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, Bennet, Bennett, Bennito, Venedictos, ..], Boniface [Boni, Bonifacy, Bonfecio, Bonifacio, Bonifacius], Caerwyn, Carwyn [Caerwyn], Dexter [Dex, Dexy, Dexton], Eilwyn, Eirwyn, Elwyn [Elwin, Elwynn], Eyolf [Eyulf], Faust [Fausto, Faustus, Faustin, Faustino], Felix [Felyx, Felike, Feliks, Pelike, Felicks, Felicio, Felizio, Fleicien, ..], Fortune [Fortino, Fortuny, Fortunio, Fortunato, Fortunatus], Gwyn [Wyn, Gwin, Guinn, Gwynn, Gwinn, Gwynedd]

Gwynedd, Israel [Yisrael], Janna [Jannai], Jedidiah [Jed, Jedd, Jedediah, Jedadiah], Keitaro, Lucky, Luke [Luck, Lucio, Lukas, Lucky, Lucian, Lucien, Lucius, Lukacs, ..], Makarios [Makar, Makari, Makary, Makario, Mackario, Maccarios, Mackarios, Makkarios, ..], Meged, Odilo [Odile, Odilio, Odilon, Otildo, Ottild, Ottildo], Omar [Omer, Omarr], Prosper [Prospero, Prosperus], Seeley [Seely, Sealey, Seelye], Selig [Zelig, Seligman, Seligmann], Shiva, Verdell [Vernell], Wyn, Zahir [Zahur, Zaheer, Zayyir], Zelig [Zelik, Selig, Zeligman]

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