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Boy Names associated with Elf


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Elf baby names and what they mean, with 10 results. These boy names were at the peak of their popularity 105 years ago (adoption of 0.83%) and have become significantly less common since (adoption 0.17%, down 79.9%), with names like Elwin becoming less fashionable. Avery (#187) is the most contemporarily stylish name for newborns here, while Abrey (top 49%) and Avera (11%) are common last names. Here is the list of Elf names for girls.

Elf names

Alfred - Elwin

Based on Old English word. "Elf or magical counsel." Common as surnames. Compare Alfred (upper 4%), Ailfred, etc. with popular surnames Alred (upper 14%), Ansted (48%), which also end with -ed. A rather common name before the .. [Ahlfred, Ailfryd, Al, Alf, Alfey, Alfie, Alfy, Freddie, .. 13 more]

Derivative of Old English word. "Elf spear." Al (upper 28%), Algar (60%), Alger (4%), Elgar (49%) and Elger (51%) occur regularly as surnames. From Aelfgar .. [Al, Algar, Allgar, .. 6 more]

Stems fr. Old English language. "Elf stone." Somewhat atypical as a birth name, Alston exists more frequently as a last name. Also possibly "old stone" or a .. [Alsdon, Alsten, Allstonn, .. 2 more]

From Old English element. "Elf or magical army, warrior." Alvaro is commonly used as a variant form of Alvar. From Aelfhere .. [Albaro, Allvar, .. 3 more]

Source fr. Old English. "Elf or magical being, friend." Ailwyn, Aloin, Aluin, Aluino and Alvyn are more uncommon as variations of Alvin. From Aelfwine and also possibly means .. [Ailwyn, Aluin, Aluino, Alwyn, Alwynn, Elvin, Elwynn, .. 12 more]

From Old German language. "Elf or magical being, power." Aube (top 12%), Aubrey (5%), Aubry (11%) and Avery (1%) occur often as surnames. From a Norman French form of .. [Alberic, Aubary, Auberon, Aubry, Averey, Averi, .. 10 more]

Root fr. Old English. "Elf or magical counsel." Avry and forms soared in popularity 1 year ago and have remained common. Transferred use of the surname, which .. [Averey, .. 1 more]

From Old English language. "Elf spear." Not that common as a baby name, Elger is found more often as a surname. Variant of Alger. [Elgar, Ellger, .. 1 more]

Root fr. Old English. "Elf or magical being, friend." Elvin and variants became less trendy last year, falling on average -7 rankings as children's names with Elvin leading the fall. Variant of Alvin, from Aelfwine .. [Elven, Elwin, Elwyn, .. 4 more]

Root fr. Old English language. "Elf or magical being, friend." Elwin and variants became less trendy in 2015, dropping on average -13 positions as birth names with Elvin leading the decline. Variant of Elvin. [Elvin, .. 4 more]

Quick Reference

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

1. Alfred - Elwin
Alfred [Alfy, Fred, Avery, Fredo, Freddy, Elfred, Freddie, Alfredos, ..], Alger [Alga, Algar, Elgar, Elger, Ellgar, Allgar, Allger, Ellger], Alston [Alsdon, Alsten, Alstin, Allston, Allstonn], Alvar [Albaro, Allvar, Alvaro, Alvarso, Alverio], Alvin [Alwin, Alwyn, Elvin, Elwyn, Elwin, Alwynn, Aylwin, Elwynn, ..], Aubrey [Aubry, Averi, Avery, Aubery, Aubury, Averey, Oberon, Averie, ..], Avery [Avry, Averey], Elger [Elgar, Ellgar, Ellger], Elvin [Elven, Elvyn, Elwin, Elwyn, Elvern, Elwinn, Elwynne], Elwin [Win, Wynn, Elvin, Elvyn, Elvis]

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