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Boy Names associated with Deer


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Deer baby names and what they mean, with 21 results. Usage of these boy names was at its highest during 1880-1889 (usage of 0.67%) and is now significantly reduced (usage 0.2%, 70.6%), with names like Hershel going out of style. Back (top 3%) and Buyck (41%) are common last names. Here is the list of Deer names for girls.

Buck - Shenandoah | Wapiti

Buck - Shenandoah

Top 2000 baby names ranking of Deer names: Buck, Darby, Devin, Hershel, Oscar

BuckBuck Pronounce Buck
.. male goat or deer, used as .. Popular as last names. Compare Buck (top 1%) with common -uck last names Huck (top 4%), Bauck (55%). [Buckey, Buckie, Bucky, .. 1 more]

Buckley Pronounce Buckley
Derived fr. Old English language. "Deer meadow." Buckley was not among 2015's Top names. See also Buckey. Place name ..

Buckminister Pronounce Buckminister
Stems fr. Old English element. "Monastery where deer dwell." Buckminiser is a kreatif form. Place name ..

DarbyDarby Pronounce Darby
Root fr. Irish, Old English. "Park with deer." Darby is common as a variant form. A place name .. [Darbey, Derby, .. 1 more]

Darton Pronounce Darton
Root fr. Old English. "Settlement of the deer." Rare as a birth name, but Darton is similar to the more conventional Dayton. See also Parton. Place name.

Dearborn Pronounce Dearborn
Derived fr. Old English word. "Brook of the deer." Outside Top 2000. Place name. [Dearbourn, .. 2 more]

Derby Pronounce Derby
Derivative of Old English. "Park with deer." Compare last names Deroy (upper 22%), Derry (5%). Place name .. [Derbey, .. 1 more]

Derland Pronounce Derland
Stems fr. Old English element. "Land with deer." Not in Top 2000. [Durland]

DevinDevin Pronounce Devin
May also possibly mean "young deer" .. Prominent, with usage of 0.11% for Devin, Devynn, etc. as baby names in 2015, though lower than 0.118% the year before. [Dev, Devon, Devynn, .. 2 more]

HershelHershel Pronounce Hershel
From Yiddish. "Deer." Herschel (top 65%) and Hershel (72%) are commonplace as masculine names. From Hirsh .. [Hersch, Hersh, Heshi, Herzl, Heshel, Hirsch, .. 10 more]

Top 2000 baby names ranking of Deer names: Raleigh, Rayburn, Renwick, Roe, Roscoe

Lockhart Pronounce Lockhart
Possibly "deer from the forest". Lockhart is rarely used as a children's name.

OscarOscar Pronounce Oscar
.. cara, meaning friend of the deer .. Oscar, Oskar, Osker, Ossie and Ozzy are generally used as variant forms. [Oskar, Osker, Ossie, Ozzy]

RaleighRaleigh Pronounce Raleigh
Root fr. Old English. "Roe deer's meadow." Raleigh (top 5%), Rawleigh (34%) and Rawley (14%) occur regularly as surnames. Use is probably homage to Sir .. [Ralegh, Rawley, Rawly, .. 1 more]

RayburnRayburn Pronounce Rayburn
Stems fr. Old English. "Roe deer brook." Less widespread today. Rayburn was the variation last appearing (the 1960s) in the Top 2000. Painter Henry Raeburn. [Raeborn, Raebourn, .. 5 more]

Renton Pronounce Renton
Based on Old English. "Settlement of the roe deer." Uncommon, with the androgynous -ton ending, like Rexton. Place name.

RenwickRenwick Pronounce Renwick
Stems fr. Old English element. "Roe deer village; raven village." Adoption of Renwick was higher during 1960-1969. See also Fenwick. Place name.

RoeRoe Pronounce Roe
Based on Middle English word. "Roe deer." Roe is widely used as a variant form. .. a hunter or trapper of deers. [Row, .. 1 more]

RoscoeRoscoe Pronounce Roscoe
Stems fr. Old Norse, Old German. "Deer wood." Rosscoe is more unconventional as a form of Roscoe. Place name from northern England .. [Rosco, Ross, .. 1 more]

Rowell Pronounce Rowell
Based on Old English element. "Roe deer well." Romell is a marginally prominent kid's name. See also Howell. Place name.

Shenandoah Pronounce Shenandoah
.. to an Iroquois word for "deer" .. Outside Top 2000.

Quick Reference

Index of all Deer names [and variants] for boys.

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

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