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Boy Names associated with Eagle


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Eagle baby names and what they mean, for eagle, hawk, with 25 results. Usage of these boy names was at its peak 135 years ago (USAGE OF 1.5%) and is now much diminished (USAGE 0.6%, DOWN 62%), with names such as Arnold becoming less trendy. Ari (#402), Griffin (#236), Keaton (#481) and Talon (#612) are four of the more trendy names for newborns in this list, while Arnao (TOP 37%) and Arai (16%) are conventional last names.

Eagle names

Acilino - Gwayne | Hawk - Talon

Acilino - Gwayne

Root fr. Latin word. "Eagle." Unusual, but Acilino is similar to common -ino last names Avelino (TOP 18%), Anguino (80%). See also Aquilino. Spanish variant of Aquila.

Derivative of Old German. "Eagle." Rare, with usage of 0.008% for Adler as a birth name in 2015, higher than 0.008% a year ago. See also Adlard. More common as a surname, especially ..

From Latin element. "Eagle." Aquila, like the similar-sounding Aquil, exists more usually as a surname. [Aquilla, Akilino, .. 7 more]

Derived fr. Hebrew, Scandinavian words. "Lion, eagle." Ari and Arius were among 2015's Top names. A short form of Aristides .. [Arye, Ary, Arri, .. 3 more]

Stems fr. Old Norse element. "Eagle." Arne (top 25%) and Arney (6%) appear commonly as last names. Also variant of Arnold. [Arnie, .. 2 more]

Based on Old French, English languages. "Little eagle." Arnat, Arnet, Arnot, Arnott and Ornet are more exclusive as variant forms of Arnett. Broadcaster Peter Arnett. [Ornette, .. 5 more]

Derived fr. Old German. "Eagle wolf." Arno is widely used as a variant form. [Arnowe, Arnoe, .. 3 more]

Based on Old French, Old German languages. "Eagle ruler." Arnold, Arndt, etc. became more trendy in 2015, rising +164 rankings as children's names with Arnold rising the most. From the phrase arn wald .. [Arny, Arnoud, Arnot, Arnie, Arni, Arnell, Arnel, Arne, Arnd, Arnau, .. 11 more]

.. German name meaning "Thor, the eagle" .. Art (upper 22%), Arther (31%), Arthur (1%), Arturo (44%) and Artus (33%) exist regularly as surnames. [Arty, Artus, Artur, Artturi, Artor, Arte, Artair, Arrt, .. 9 more]

Derived fr. Old English word. "Eagle valley." Alundel and Arunel are creative forms. Place name. [Arundell, .. 3 more]

Top 2000 baby names ranking of Eagle names: Adler, Ari, Arne, Arnett, Arno

Top 2000 baby names ranking of Eagle names: Arnold, Arthur, Arvid, Early, Ezio

Top 2000 baby names ranking of Eagle names: Gavin, Griffin

Based on Old Norse element. "Eagle tree." Arvid is an unconventional male name. See also Arvind.

Derived fr. French element. "Town of eagles." Darell is a somewhat popular baby name. See also Carvell.

Bird name .. Eagle is a rare masculine name, occurring commonly (upper 3%) as a last name. See also Earle.

Based on Old English element. "Eagle wood." Early has dwindled in popularity as a birth name circa the 1890s. Could be derived from Old English .. [Erly, .. 3 more]

Derived fr. Greek language. "Eagle." Sparing use, with usage of 0.004% for Ezio as a baby name in 2015, less than 0.005% in 2014. From aietos ..

Based on Welsh word. "Hawk, hero." Unique. Galahad, similar to Garrad, uses the androgynous -ad ending. .. Welsh gwalch meaning hawk or cad .. [Galath]

Stems fr. Celtic element. "White hawk." Prominent, with usage of 0.311% for Gavin and variants as baby names in 2015, but lower than 0.358% in 2014. .. element gwalch means "hawk" and has .. [Gwayne, Gwayn, Gawaine, Gavyn, Gaven, .. 9 more]

.. foreparts of an eagle hence the .. Griffin, Gryffen, etc. became more trendy in 2015, rising +5 positions as birth names with Griffin rising the most. [Gutyn, Gryffin, Gryffen, Gruffydd, Griffudd, Griffen, .. 8 more]

Based on Welsh element. "Battle hawk." Outside Top 2000. From the element gwalch "hawk, hero" ..

Source fr. Welsh word. "White hawk." Unusual. Gwayne, like Gayne, ends with the androgynous -yne. See also Gwayn. Variant of the medieval name Gawain.

Quick Reference

Summary Index of Eagle names [and variants] for boys.

1. Acilino - Gwayne
Acilino, Adler, Aquila [Akila, Akilla, Aquilla, Akilino, Acquilla, Aquilino, Aquilina, Acquilino], Ari [Ary, Arie, Arri, Arye, Arius, Aristide], Arne [Arni, Arney, Arnie], Arnett [Arnot, Arnat, Ornet, Arnet, Arnott, Ornette], Arno [Arnoe, Arnow, Arnou, Arnoux, Arnowe], Arnold [Arny, Arni, Arno, Arnie, Arnot, Arnout, Arnoud, Arnoldo, ..], Arthur [Arty, Arto, Artro, Artor, Artur, Artus, Arturo, Artturi, ..], Arundel [Arondel, Arondell, Arundale, Arundell], Arvid, Darvell, Eagle, Early [Erly, Erlie, Earley, Earlie], Ezio, Galahad [Galath], Gavin [Gawan, Gavyn, Gwayn, Gwayne, Gawayn, Gawaine, Gawayne, ..], Griffin [Guto, Gutyn, Gutun, Gruffud, Gryffen, Gryphon, Gryffin, Gruffydd, ..], Gwalchmai, Gwayne

Hawk [Hawke], Hawkins [Hawkyns], Keaton [Keeton], Marlon [Marlan, Marlen, Marlin, Marlinn, Marland, Marlonn], Talon [Talin, Talen, Tallan, Tallen, Tallin, Tallon]

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