Eager Names

Eager names and what they mean, for eager, spirited, enthusiasm, dedicated, vigorous, passionate, ardent for men. Here is the list of Eager names for girls. These boy names are at the peak of their popularity presently, except for names like Kasey, Martin, Neil, Nestor and Price which have fallen out of style. The more fashionable names for newborns among these are Milan (#411), Harvey (#493), Rhys (#483), Miles (#108) and Emiliano (#254), with Harvey, Milan and Miles having a resurgence in usage.


Ardell - Tyson

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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]

Top 1000 baby names ranking of Eager names: Ardell, Arden, Buck, Emil, Emiliano, Gaylord, Harvey, Ignatius, Kasey, Keegan

Top 1000 baby names ranking of Eager names: Marcus, Mark, Martin, Milan, Miles, Neil, Nestor, Niles, Price, Reece

Top 1000 baby names ranking of Eager names: Rhys, Rice, Tyson



Quick Index

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]

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