Deer Names

Deer names and what they mean, for deer for men. Here is the list of Deer names for girls. Usage of these boy names was at its highest during the years 1890-1899 and is somewhat lower today, with names like Roscoe, Raleigh, Hershel and Buck becoming less in vogue. Devin (#253) is the most fashionable birth name in this compilation.


Buck - Wapiti

Page 1/1 of 21 Deer names.

Buck 1 .. .. for a male goat or deer .. Somewhat infrequently used as a name for baby boys, Buck exists more conventionally as a last name. See also Beck. [Buckey, Buckley, .. 2 more]

Buckley 2 .. Source fr. Old English word. "Deer meadow." A birth name for males that is only scarcely used and occurs more often as a surname. See also Buckey. Place name ..

Buckminister 3 .. Origin fr. Old English word. "Monastery where deer dwell." A given name which is not predominantly used. Place name ..

Darby 4 .. Source fr. Irish, Old English words. "Without envy; park with deer." Also used as a girls' name. Somewhat irregularly used as a name for children, Darby exists more frequently as a last name. A place name .. [Darbey, Darbie, .. 1 more]

Darton 5 .. Origin fr. Old English. "Settlement of the deer." A given name which is little-used. See also Daron. Place name.

Dearborn 6 .. Based on Old English element. "Brook of the deer." Not regularly used as a given name, Dearborn is used more frequently as a last name. Place name. [Dearbourn, Dearburne, .. 1 more]

Derby 7 .. From Old English element. "Park with deer." Derby is scarcely used as a first name, and it occurs frequently (Top 6%) as a last name according to the US Census. See also Denby. Place name .. [Derbey, .. 1 more]

Derland 8 .. Source fr. Old English word. "Land with deer." A birth name that is not predominantly used. See also Devland. [Durland]

Devin 9 .. May also possibly mean "young deer" .. Name suited for both boys and girls. Devin is a familiar (Top 32%) masculine name, occurring frequently (Top 26%) as a last name according to the US Census. The form Devon is common as a version of this name. [Dev, Devinn, Devyn, .. 2 more]

Hershel 10 .. Source fr. Yiddish word. "Deer." Somewhat unique as a name for kids these days, but existing often as a first name among men in the community in the US Census. The variation Herschel is commonly used as a form of Hershel. Herzl is often used to commemorate .. [Hersch, Herschel, Hersh, Herzel, Heschel, .. 8 more]

Lockhart 11 .. Possibly "deer from the forest". Only rarely used as a name for baby boys, Lockhart occurs more commonly as a last name.

Oscar 12 .. .. "friend of the deer". James Macpherson .. Significantly used as a birth name for boys (#183 in 2014), Oscar is also used somewhat regularly as a last name. See also Osmar. [Oskar, Ossie, .. 2 more]

Raleigh 13 .. From Old English element. "Roe deer's meadow." A name suited for both genders. The name Raleigh has been on a downward trend in popularity as a name for boys over time since 1890-1899. Use is probably homage to Sir .. [Ralegh, Rawley, .. 2 more]

Rayburn 14 .. Source fr. Old English. "Roe-deer brook." Fairly unusual as a given name, occurring more frequently as a surname. See also Radburn. Painter Henry Raeburn. [Raeborn, Raeborne, Raeburn, Raybourne, .. 3 more]

Renton 15 .. Origin fr. Old English. "Settlement of the roe deer." A name for baby boys that is only intermittently used and is used more often as a surname. See also Fenton. Place name.

Renwick 16 .. Source fr. Old English word. "Roe deer village; raven village." A name for children which is only scarcely used and occurs more often as a surname. See also Fenwick. Place name.

Roe 17 .. From Middle English element. "Roe deer." Roe is uncommonly used as a male name, and it appears commonly (Top 1%) as a last name according to the US Census. See also Roy. .. a hunter or trapper of deers. [Row, .. 1 more]

Roscoe 18 .. Based on Old Norse, Old German elements. "Deer wood." Roscoe is a recognizable (Top 48%) male name, and it appears commonly (Top 7%) as a last name in the US Census. The variation Rosco is commonly used as a variant form of Roscoe. Place name from northern England .. [Rosco, Ross, .. 1 more]

Rowell 19 .. Origin fr. Old English word. "Roe deer well." A birth name for boys that is seldom used and is found more conventionally as a surname. See also Rodell. Place name.

Shenandoah 20 .. to an Iroquois word for "deer" .. Not frequently used as a birth name for males.

Wapiti 21 .. .. a majestic deer that lives in .. A name for kids which is only scarcely used.

Top 1000 baby names ranking of Deer names: Buck, Darby, Devin, Hershel, Oscar, Raleigh, Rayburn, Roe, Roscoe



Quick Index

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

[Buck - Wapiti]
Buck [4], Buckley, Buckminister, Darby [3], Darton, Dearborn [3], Derby [2], Derland [1], Devin [5], Hershel [13], Lockhart, Oscar [4], Raleigh [4], Rayburn [7], Renton, Renwick, Roe [2], Roscoe [3], Rowell, Shenandoah, Wapiti

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