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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

Alfred

Alfred
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 .. [Fredo, Freddie, Alfy, Alfie, Alfey, Alf, Al, Ailfryd, .. 13 more]

Alger

Alger
Derivative of Old English word. "Elf spear." Adoption of Elger and forms was well-received 115 years ago. From Aelfgar .. [Ellger, Allgar, Algar, Al, .. 5 more]

Alston

Alston
Stems fr. Old English language. "Elf stone." Allston, Alsten, etc. are seldom found as male names. Also possibly "old stone" or a .. [Allstonn, Alsten, .. 3 more]

Alvar
From Old English element. "Elf or magical army, warrior." Usage of Alvarso and variants peaked 15 years ago and is lower today. From Aelfhere .. [Alverio, Allvar, .. 3 more]

Alvin

Alvin
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 .. [Elwynn, Elvin, Alwynn, Alwyn, Aluino, Aluin, .. 14 more]

Aubrey

Aubrey
From Old German language. "Elf or magical being, power." Aubrey, Aube, etc. became more trendy in 2015, gaining +80 rankings as children's names with Aubrey gaining the most. From a Norman French form of .. [Oberon, Averi, Averey, Aubry, Auberon, Aubary, .. 10 more]

Avery

Avery
Root fr. Old English. "Elf or magical counsel." Avery, Avry, etc. became less popular last year, falling on average -1 position as baby names with Avery leading the decline. Transferred use of the surname, which .. [Avry, Averey]

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

Elvin

Elvin
Root fr. Old English. "Elf or magical being, friend." Sparing use, with usage of 0.007% for Elvin and variants as children's names in 2015, less than 0.007% the year before. Variant of Alvin, from Aelfwine .. [Elwynne, Elwyn, Elwin, .. 4 more]

Elwin

Elwin
Root fr. Old English language. "Elf or magical being, friend." Used somewhat frequently as birth names, Elvin, Elwin, etc. are similar to the familiar Alvin. Variant of Elvin. [Wynn, .. 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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