Christmas Names

Christmas names and what they mean, for christmas, holiday for men. Here is the list of Christmas names for girls. Adoption of these boy names was at its most widespread during 1970-1979 and is almost as widespread today. Noel (#356) and Timothy (#135) are two of the more chic birth names in this list, with Timothy going through a resurgence in usage.

Christmas - Moore

Page 1/2 of 13 Christmas names.

Christmas 1 Name of the holiday (meaning "Christ festival") used occasionally through the 19th century for Dec .. Also suitable as a girls' name. Christmas is scarce as a men's name, and it appears regularly (Top 5%) as a surname according to the US Census. [Noel]

Ebenezer 2 .. Literary: Ebenezer Scrooge is a character in Charles Dickens' "A Christmas Carol". Ebenezer is unique as a male name. The variation Eben is prevalent as a variant form of Ebenezer. [Eb, Ebbaneza, Ebeneezer, Ebenzer, .. 6 more]

Epifanio 3 .. The English term is "epiphany", and in the Catholic calendar, it is the season that follows Christmas. A slightly scarce birth name for males. [Epefano, Epifan, .. 4 more]

Holiday 4 .. "Holy day." A name applicable for both genders. Holiday is uncommon as a men's name, and it appears regularly (Top 5%) as a surname in the US Census. [Holliday]

Moore 5 .. Clement Clarke Moore was the author of the much-loved poem "'Twas the night before Christmas". Moore is an irregularly used male name, and it appears frequently (Top 1%) as a last name according to the US Census. See also Mori. [More]

Top 1000 baby names ranking of Christmas names: Epifanio

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Quick Index

Summary of all Christmas names (and variants) for boys.

[Christmas - Moore]
Christmas [Noel], Ebenezer [Eben, Ebbie, Ebenzer, Ebeneser, Ebenezar, Eveneser, Evenezer, Ebeneezer, ..], Epifanio [Epifan, Epifano, Epefano, Epefanio, Epiphany, Epephanio], Holiday [Holliday], Moore [More]

[Natal - Yule]
Natal [Nataly, Natale, Natalio, Natalino], Noel [Nata, Nowel, Natal, Natale, Nowell], Pesach [Pessach], Tannon [Tannan, Tannen, Tannin, Tansen, Tanson], Timothy [Tymon, Tymothy, Timothe, Timotheo, Timothey, Tymmothy, Tymoteusz, Timotheus, ..], Waite [Wayte, Waits, Waights], Wenceslaus [Wenzel, Venceslao, Wenceslas, Wenczeslaw, Vlacheslav, Vyachaslav, Vyacheslav, Wiencyslaw], Yule [Euell, Ewell]