Ardell - Tyson
Page 1/1 of 32 Eager names.
Ardell 1 .. from Latin meaning eager, burning with .. A name applicable for both genders. Somewhat unusual as a given name for boys. [Ardel]
Arden 2 .. Also possibly "ardent, enthusiastic". Surname of .. Both a masculine and a feminine name. Slightly unusual as a name for boys, Arden exists more often as a last name. [Ard, Ardie, Ardon, Arrden, .. 3 more]
Buck 3 .. .. a robust and spirited young man .. A somewhat rare name for kids, Buck is used more frequently as a surname. See also Buzz. [Buckey, Buckie, Bucky, .. 1 more]
Eilian 4 .. church has been dedicated as well .. Eilian is sparsely used as a first name. See also Eilon. [Eilean]
Emil 5 .. Based on Latin element. "Rival; laborious; eager." The variant form Emiliano has surged in popularity over time. The form Emiliano is generally used as a variation of Emil. From the old Roman surname Aemilius .. [Aemilio, Aimil, Emelen, Emile, Emiliano, .. 13 more]
Emiliano▲ 6 .. Origin fr. Spanish, Italian, Latin words. "Rival; laborious; eager." Emiliano is unique as a given name, appearing regularly (Top 82%) as a surname in the US Census. The variation Milan is prevalent as a form of the name. From Aemiliānus .. [Emeliano, Milan]
Ethelbert 7 .. .. to whom Hereford Cathedral is dedicated. Scarcely used as a name for boys. [Bert, Bertie]
Fagan 8 .. From Irish, Gaelic element. "Little ardent one." Scarce as a boys' name, Fagan is found more conventionally as a last name. See also Eagan. Fagin is a wily con artist .. [Fegan, Fagin, .. 1 more]
Fergus 9 .. Based on Scottish, Irish, Gaelic elements. "Vigorous man." Seldom used as a name for boys, Fergus is used more often as a last name. Anglicized form of the Gaelic name .. [Fearghas, Fearghus, Fergie, Fergusson, .. 2 more]
Gaillard 10 .. Origin fr. Middle English word. "Brave, cheerful, spirited." Gaillard is uncommonly used as a men's name, appearing regularly (Top 14%) as a surname according to the US Census. Also the name of a 16th-century .. [Gaillhard, Galliard, .. 1 more]
Gaylord 11 .. Source fr. Old French word. "Spirited, dandy." A slightly rare boys' name that occurs more often as a surname. An altered form of the French .. [Gaillard, Galliard, Gayelord, Gaylor, .. 3 more]
Harvey▲ 12 .. Origin fr. Old English, Old French words. "Eager for battle; strong and worthy." Harvey is prevalent (Top 18%) as a given name, occurring regularly (Top 1%) as a surname in the US Census. The form Harvy is prevalent as a variation of this name. Variant of Herve (French) .. [Harv, Harve, Harvie, Herv, Hervey, .. 3 more]
Heathcliff 13 .. .. . Literary: the dark, passionate hero of .. Scarce as a name for kids.
Ignatius 14 Possibly (Latin) "ardent, burning". Saint Ignatius .. Ignatius is rare as a male name. [Iggie, Ignace, Ignacius, Ignatz, Ignazio, .. 6 more]
Kasey▼ 15 .. Source fr. Irish word. "Alert; vigorous." A name used for both boys and girls. A somewhat scarce given name, Kasey occurs more commonly as a surname. Variant of Casey. [Kacey]
Keegan 16 .. Origin fr. Irish, Gaelic word. "Small flame; ardent." Keegan is infrequently used as a masculine name, appearing commonly (Top 4%) as a last name according to the US Census. See also Keenan. Historian John Keegan. [Kagan, Keagan, Keegen, Kegan, .. 3 more]
Kenji 17 .. Source fr. Japanese word. "Intelligent second son; strong and vigorous." Kenji is an uncommon masculine name. See also Benji. Kenjiro (ken-jee-ROH) means second son who .. [Kenjiro]
Mano 18 .. Figuratively, a passionate lover. In Spanish .. A unique name for boys which exists more conventionally as a surname. See also Jano. [Manollo, Manolo]
Marcus 19 .. Based on Latin element. "Dedicated to Mars." Marcus is commonplace (Top 12%) as a first name, and it occurs commonly (Top 2%) as a last name according to the US Census. See also Marcos. The root of names such as .. [Marcas, Marco, Markus, .. 1 more]
Mark 20 .. Origin fr. Latin word. "Dedicated to Mars." Mark is a commonly occurring (Top 1%) men's name, occurring often (Top 3%) as a surname in the US Census. The forms Markus, Marcus and Marc are commonplace as variations of Mark. Anglicized version of Marcus .. [Marc, Marco, Marcus, Mario, Markell, .. 13 more]
Martin▼ 21 .. Based on Latin element. "Dedicated to Mars." Usage of Martin as a given name for baby boys has faded over time. The form Marty is common as a variation of Martin. The name originates with the Roman .. [Marinos, Martel, Marten, Marti, Martijn, .. 12 more]
Milan▲ 22 .. .. ancient Rome meaning eager, laborious or .. A very common choice for a birth name (#411 the past year), Milan is also found frequently as a last name. See also Mellan.
Miles▲ 23 .. of Emil (Latin) "eager to please" .. The variant forms Miles and Milan have surged in popularity as names for newborns over time. The variation Milo is popular as a form of Miles. [Milan, Milo, Mylo, .. 1 more]
Neil▼ 24 .. .. Niall. Also possibly "cloud" and "passionate" .. Usage of the name Neil as a given name for boys has declined over the years since 1950. The variations Oneal and Neal are commonplace as variant forms of the name. [Neal, Neale, Nealle, Neel, Neile, .. 13 more]
Nestor▼ 25 .. .. the aged but vigorous king of .. Usage of Nestor as a name for babies has faded over the years since 1991. [Nester, Nesterio, Nestorio, .. 1 more]
Niles 26 .. .. possibly "cloud" or "passionate". May also .. A somewhat uncommon given name, Niles is used more commonly as a surname. See also Giles. [Nile, Nyles]
Price▼ 27 .. .. have originated from Rhys (Welsh) "enthusiasm". Somewhat infrequent as a name for boys, occurring more frequently as a last name. The form Bryce is popular as a variation of Price. [Brice, Pryce, .. 1 more]
Reece 28 .. From Welsh element. "Enthusiasm." A name suitable for both boys and girls. Reece is a sparsely used male name, and it appears frequently (Top 1%) as a last name in the US Census. The variation Reese is generally used as a variant form of Reece. Rhys is the native Welsh form .. [Rees, Reese, Rice, .. 1 more]
Rhys▲ 29 .. Based on Welsh element. "Enthusiasm." A very common choice for a given name for boys. See also Rees. Native Welsh form of Reece ..
Rice 30 .. Origin fr. Welsh word. "Enthusiasm." Somewhat infrequent as a baby name, Rice occurs more frequently as a last name. The form Rhys is common as a variation of Rice. Anglicization of Rhys .. [Rhys]
Shandy 31 Possibly (Old English) "boisterous, high-spirited". Name .. Unisex name. Shandy is unusual as a male name, appearing commonly (Top 47%) as a last name in the US Census. [Shandey]
Tyson 32 .. From Old French element. "High-spirited." Tyson is a familiar (Top 47%) masculine name, appearing frequently (Top 1%) as a last name according to the US Census. See also Tyron. Also a modern name possibly related .. [Thyssen, Ty, Tycen, Tyssen, .. 3 more]
Summary of all Eager names (and variants) for boys.
[Ardell - Tyson]
Ardell [Ardel], Arden [Ard, Arda, Ardy, Ardie, Ardin, Ardon, Arrden], Buck [Bucky, Buckie, Buckey, Buckley], Eilian [Eilean], Emil [Emlen, Emlyn, Emlin, Emilio, Emlynn, Emilion, Emilyan, Yemelyan, ..], Emiliano [Milan, Emeliano], Ethelbert [Bert, Bertie], Fagan [Fagin, Fegan, Feggan], Fergus [Fergie, Feargus, Fearghas, Fearghus, Ferguson, Fergusson], Gaillard [Galliard, Gaillhard, Gaillardet], Gaylord [Gay, Gayler, Gaylor, Gallard, Gaillard, Galliard, Gayelord], Harvey [Herv, Harv, Harve, Harvy, Herve, Hervey, Harvee, Harvie], Heathcliff, Ignatius [Inigo, Ignaz, Inacio, Ignatz, Ignacio, Ignazio, Ignacius, Ignatious, ..], Kasey [Kacey], Keegan [Kegan, Kagen, Kagan, Keagan, Keagen, Keegen, Keeghan], Kenji [Kenjiro], Mano [Manolo, Manollo], Marcus [Marco, Marcas, Markos, Markus], Mark [Marq, Marko, Markos, Markov, Markus, Marque, Marquus, Marques, ..], Martin [Marty, Morten, Marton, Martyn, Martino, Martinos, Martinus, Martinien, ..], Milan, Miles [Milo, Mylo, Milan, Myles], Neil [Nels, Nial, Niel, Nile, Neils, Niles, Oneal, Niall, ..], Nestor [Nester, Nestore, Nestorio, Nesterio], Niles [Nile, Nyles], Price [Brice, Bryce, Pryce], Reece [Rees, Rhys, Rice, Reese], Rhys, Rice [Rhys], Shandy [Shandey], Tyson [Ty, Tyce, Tycen, Tiesen, Tyeson, Tyssen, Thyssen]