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4 Devil names and what they mean, for devil for baby boys, listing 1-4. Anthony and George are commonly used names, while Faust and Taz are rare in comparison.
Anthony .. Saint Anthony (third century) was an Egyptian hermit monk who founded the first Christian monastic order and is traditionally renowned for his resistance to the devil ..
Faust .. The legendary Faust sold his soul to the devil.
George .. Saint George, a knight who became the patron saint of England, achieved legendary status through the medieval story of his struggle with a fire-breathing dragon, symbolic of the devil ..
Taz .. Possibly influenced by the name Tasman, and by the cartoon character of a Tasmanian Devil named Taz ..
Apollo .. The name comes from Appollyon, Greek translation of the Hebrew word "abaddon", meaning "destroyer" ..
Cortez .. Historical: surname of the Spanish explorer and adventurer Hernando Cortes (16th century) who with a small expeditionary force conquered the Aztec civilization of Mexico.
Antenor .. "Combatant, antagonist." ..
Braxton .. Brock is an informal word for "badger" ..
Conan .. Made famous by Conan the Barbarian, the fictional character from novels and movies in the 1980s ..
Burr .. "Bristle." ..
Auburn .. "Moderate or reddish brown."
Brutus .. The name is only seldom used due to its association with the word "brute".
Baldric .. In Rowan Atkinson's TV comic series "Blackadder", Baldric is the buffoon sidekick.
Bassett .. Also the name of a short-legged hunting dog, the basset hound, possibly named so because its torso is so low ("bas" in French) to the ground.
Belindo .. Could possibly mean "handsome", though Belinda may be traced back to an Old German word meaning "dragon".
Burr .. In America, made famous by Jefferson's Vice-President Aaron Burr, who is probably best known for having killed his political enemy Alexander Hamilton in a duel in 1801 ..
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