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Boy Names associated with Bright


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Bright baby names and what they mean, for bright, light, shining, brilliant, with 136 results. These boy names reached the height of their popularity 95 years ago (usage of 7.41%) and are now much less popular (usage 1.47%, 80.2% less), with names like Morgan becoming somewhat dated. The most trendy names for newborns in this compilation are Leonardo (#103), Killian (#348), Apollo (#751), Blaise (#805) and Zain (#714), while Ureel (top 76%) and Killin (36%) are popular surnames. Here is the list of Light names for girls.

Bright names

Aalok - Berton | Bertram - Dagwood | Dalbert - Gilbert | Glade - Jupiter | Kasi - Noor | Norbert - Shachar | Sherborn - Ziv

Aalok - Berton

Root fr. Sanskrit element. "Light of divinity." Allok and Arlok are creative variations. See also Alik. Hindi name.

Root fr. Hebrew word. "Father of light." Amner is also a marginally prominent kid's name. Biblical .. [Ab, Abna, Eb, .. 10 more]

Stems fr. Japanese language. "Bright shining field." Unusual. Compare Akeno with common last names Ano (upper 48%), Asano (25%), which also end with -no. See also Akeem.

From Japanese. "Bright, clear, ideal." Also a girls' name. Sparing use. Akira is not found in the US Demographics.

Derived fr. Old English word. "Noble, bright." Albert, Delbert and Elbert have diminished in favor as baby names since 1880-1889. From an Old French name, Albert .. [Abert, Adalbert, Al, Alberto, Albertus, Alvert, Bert, Elbrecht, .. 19 more]

Derivative of Spanish, Latin languages. "Bright, shining." Allucio and variants are barely found as men's names. .. is lux, or light, as in .. [Allucio, Alucido, .. 2 more]

Root fr. Arabic language. "Light." Anwar rose in popularity 10 years ago. Also used for girls. Made famous by Egyptian President Anwar ..

.. Roman god of light, music, and .. Apollon, Apollos and Apolo are more novel as variant forms of Apollo. [Apollon, Apollos, .. 1 more]

.. name of a brilliant Greek mathematician .. Not in Top 2000. [Arkimedes, .. 1 more]

.. of milk, silver, lightning, and the .. Arjun is a chic version. [Arjun]

Top 2000 baby names ranking of Bright names: Abner, Akira, Albert, Anwar, Apollo

Top 2000 baby names ranking of Bright names: Arun, Bayard, Berton

Origin fr. Hindi, Cambodian languages. "Dawn; sun." Somewhat atypical as a birth name, Arun is used more often as a last name. See also Ahran. .. the name represents dawn colors as ..

Based on Hebrew word. "Father of light." Not in popularity charts. See also Abnar. Source form of Abner.

.. reigns over summer, light, and innocence. Balber (upper 66%), Balser (9%) are conventional surnames. [Baldor, .. 2 more]

Origin fr. Hebrew, Swahili, African. "Lightning; blessing." Uncommon as children's names, but Barack, Barak, etc. are pronounced like the more familiar Breck. Biblical .. [Barak, Barrak]

Source fr. Scandinavian word. "Bright raven." Bartram, like the similar Bertran, occurs more often as a last name. The raven was consecrated to Odin .. [Barthram]

.. horse was a bright bay color .. Bay (top 3%), Bayard (12%) and Baylen (100%) exist often as surnames. [Baiardo, Bajardo, .. 2 more]

Origin fr. Old English language. "Signal light." Beacon, like the similar Beamon, occurs more often as a last name. See also Beagin. Usually a bright light on a ..

.. (Old French, Old German) "bright raven" .. Rare as birth names, but Bertran, Beltran, etc. are similar to the more conventional Bertram. [Beltrano, Bertran]

Source fr. Old German word. "Bright strength; renowned leader." Less popular today. Bert was the variant last listed (1992) in the Top 2000. Uncommon in English speaking countries, but .. [Bert, Bertoll, Bertold, Bertolde, Berton, .. 5 more]

From Old English language. "Bright settlement." Somewhat common as birth names, Berton, Bert, etc. are similar to the familiar Benton. Place name. [Bert, Burton, .. 2 more]

Quick Reference

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

1. Aalok - Berton
Aalok, Abner [13], Akeno, Akira, Albert [27], Alucio [4], Anwar, Apollo [3], Archimedes [2], Arjuna [1], Arun, Avner, Balder [3], Barack [2], Bartram [1], Bayard [4], Beacon, Beltran [2], Berthold [10], Berton [4]

Bertram [13], Bertrand [1], Berwyn [3], Birch [2], Blaise [6], Blake [2], Borak, Braulio [2], Bravo [2], Brighton, Ceallach, Chan, Chand [2], Cillian, Clair [3], Colbert [4], Cuthbert [1], Dag [4], Dagobert [2], Dagwood

Dalbert [2], Delbert [4], Delvin [9], Diamond, Edbert, Egbert [2], Eirian, Elbert [1], Engelbert [4], Ethelbert [2], Faivish [3], Fajr [2], Feivel [1], Filbert [6], Fulbright [4], Fulgentius [1], Gavin [14], Gentian [3], Gibbes [4], Gilbert [13]

Glade [1], Gladwin [3], Gurdeep, Gwalchmai, Halbert [1], Harbin [1], Heller, Herbert [10], Hobart [5], Hobbes [2], Hopkin [5], Hubert [11], Hulbert [4], Humbert [2], Hurlbert [3], Inglebert [2], Iyar [1], Javier [4], Jomei, Jupiter [1]

Kasi [3], Kelly [1], Kendall [9], Kenn, Killian [3], Kiran [2], Lambert [5], Leonardo, Llewellyn [6], Luce, Lucian [7], Mayer [4], Meir [4], Meyer [6], Morgan [3], Munir [5], Nahir [1], Ner, Nick [10], Noor [2]

Norbert [4], Nuri [5], Nuriel [4], Obert, Or, Oran [5], Oron, Osbert, Phoebus [1], Pradeep, Radbert, Rai, Rashaun [5], Robert [30], Robin [5], Roshan, Roxbert, Saffron [3], Seabert [3], Shachar

Sherborn [4], Sherill [1], Sherlock [2], Sherwin [5], Siraj, Tab [3], Taliesin, Thorbert [1], Uberto, Ull, Uri, Uriah [8], Uriel, Wilbert [5], Zain, Ziv [2]

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