Buck - Darton
Page 1/2 of 21 Deer names.
Buck▼ 1 .. .. male goat or deer, used as .. Popular as last names. Compare Buck (top 1%) with common -uck last names Heuck (top 55%), Stuck (5%). [Buckey, Buckie, Bucky, .. 1 more]
Buckley 2 .. Derived fr. Old English language. "Deer meadow." Buckley (top 1%), like Stakley (top 70%), Barkley (2%), is a popular -kley suffix last name. See also Buckey. Place name ..
Buckminister 3 .. Stems fr. Old English element. "Monastery where deer dwell." Not in Top 1000. Place name ..
Darby 4 .. Root fr. Irish, Old English. "Park with deer." Darby is common as a variant form. A place name .. [Darbey, Derby, .. 1 more]
Darton 5 .. Root fr. Old English. "Settlement of the deer." Common as surname. Compare Darton (top 48%) with popular -rton surnames Garton (top 6%), Curton (66%). See also Parton. Place name.
Summary of all Deer names (and variants) for boys.
[Buck - Darton]
Buck [Bucky, Buckie, Buckey, Buckley], Buckley, Buckminister, Darby [Derby, Darbey, Darbie], Darton
[Dearborn - Wapiti]
Dearborn [Deerborn, Dearbourn, Dearburne], Derby [Derbey, Derbie], Derland [Durland], Devin [Dev, Devon, Devyn, Devinn, Devynn], Hershel [Hirsh, Herzl, Herzel, Heshel, Hirsch, Heschel, Hirschl, Hirschel, ..], Lockhart, Oscar [Ozzy, Oskar, Ossie, Osker], Raleigh [Rawly, Ralegh, Rawley, Rawleigh], Rayburn [Raeborn, Rayborn, Raeburn, Raeborne, Raebourn, Rayburne, Raybourne], Renton, Renwick, Roe [Row, Rowe], Roscoe [Ross, Rosco, Rosscoe], Rowell, Shenandoah, Wapiti