Deer Names

Deer names and what they mean, for deer for males. Here is the list of Deer names for girls. Usage of these boy names reached its highest in 1890-1899 and it is somewhat lower today, with names like Roscoe, Raleigh, Hershel and Buck becoming less trendy.

Buck - Darton

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Buck 1 .. The word for a male goat or deer, used as a given name or nickname that denotes a robust and spirited young man .. A somewhat scarce given name, Buck is found more commonly as a surname. See also Beck. [Buckey, Buckley, .. 2 more]

Buckley 2 .. Origin fr. Old English word. "Deer meadow." Seldom used as a given name for baby boys, Buckley is used more often as a last name. ..

Buckminister 3 .. Source fr. Old English word. "Monastery where deer dwell." A rare given name for baby boys. ..

Darby 4 .. Origin fr. Irish, Old English words. "Park with deer." Moderately sporadically used as a birth name for males, Darby is used more often as a last name. Name applicable for both boys and girls. .. [Darbey, Darbie, .. 1 more]

Darton 5 .. Source fr. Old English. "Settlement of the deer." A rare given name for baby boys. See also Darwon. ..

Top 1000 baby names ranking of Deer names: Buck, Darby

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Quick Index

Summary of all Deer names (and their variants) for boys.

[Buck - Darton]
Buck [Bucky, Buckie, Buckey, Buckley], Buckley, Buckminister, Darby [Derby, Darbey, Darbie], Darton

[Dearborn - Renton]
Dearborn [Deerborn, Dearbourn, Dearburne], Derby [Derbey, Derbie], Derland [Durland], Devin [Dev, Devon, Devyn, Devinn, Devynn], Hershel [Hirsh, Heshel, Hirsch, Heschel, Hirschl, Hirschel, ..], Lockhart, Oscar [Ozzy, Oskar, Ossie, Osker], Raleigh [Rawly, Ralegh, Rawley, Rawleigh], Rayburn [Raeburn, Rayborn, Raebourn, Rayburne, Raeborne, Raybourne], Renton

[Renwick - Wapiti]
Renwick, Roe [Row, Rowe], Roscoe [Ross, Rosco, Rosscoe], Rowell, Shenandoah, Wapiti