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3 Cattle names and what they mean, for cattle for baby boys, listing 1-3. Angus, Orford and Rutherford are rare names.


Angus .. In America, the name tends to be associated with breeds of cattle such as the Aberdeen Angus ..
[Aengus, Angie, Anngus, Ennis, Gus, .. 1 more]

Orford .. "Ford of cattle." ..

Rutherford .. "Cattle crossing." ..
[Rutherfurd]


Top 1000 baby names ranking of Cattle names: Angus

Featured categories: welsh, beef, birds, buffalo, bull, calf, cow, livestock, oxen.


Fulton .. Also transferred use of the Scottish surname, originally a local name from a place in Ayrshire ..

Dexter .. Football player Dexter Carter.
[Dex, Dexton, Dexy]

Ethelbert .. The name of three Anglo-Saxon kings, two of whom became saints: Saint Ethelbert of Kent whom Saint Augustine converted to Christianity, and Saint Ethelbert of the East Angles to whom Hereford Cathedral is dedicated.
[Bert, Bertie]

Trenton .. Place name of a New Jersey city that was founded in the late 17th century by a group of Quakers under the leadership of William Trent ..
[Trenten, Trentin]

Aled (Welsh) "Child" ..

Abbas .. In Arabic, this name is used to refer to a lion, equivalent to referring to the king of the beasts as Leo in the English-speaking world ..
[Ab, Abba, Abbe, Abbey, Abbie, .. 1 more]

Reuben .. Also a sandwich with corned beef, sauerkraut, and Swiss cheese ..
[Reuban, Reubin, Reuven, Rouvin, Rube, .. 4 more]

Birtle .. "Hill of birds." ..
[Bertle]

Cody .. Use as a given name has been influenced by Buffalo Bill Cody (1846-1917), the showman of the Wild West.
[Codell, Codey, Codie, Kody]

Bevis .. Could possibly be from Welsh, "son of Evan", or French "beuve", meaning "bull" ..
[Beauvais, Beavess, Beavis, Beviss]

Damario .. "Calf." ..
[Damarios, Damarius, Damaro, Damero, Demario]

Birley .. "Meadow with the cow byre." ..
[Birlie, Birly]

Geddes Scottish surname possibly related to "goad", a pointed rod used to drive livestock ..
[Gaddis, Geddis]

Maverick .. A 19th-century American named Maverick refused to brand his calves as other ranchers did ..
[Mavrick]

Faron .. May also have derived as an Old English occupational name for oxen herders, or from the Gaelic personal name Faramund, which might mean "thunder" ..
[Farin, Farren, Farrin, Faro, Farron]

Stockard Possibly (Old English) and place name with stock- referring to a tree stump.
[Stocker, Stockard]

Jody .. Literary: Jody is the young hero in Marjorie Kinnan Rawlings' Pulitzer Prize-winning novel "The Yearling" ..
[Jodey, Jodi, Jodie]

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