Cheyenne - Tamerlane
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Cheyenne 1 .. .. fierce opponents of European settlement in .. Also suitable as a girls' name. Cheyenne is sparsely used as a masculine name. [Chayan, Shayan, .. 2 more]
Comanche 2 .. .. horsemen who opposed European annexation of .. A unique birth name.
Hovannes 3 Root fr. Central European, Hebrew languages. "God is gracious." Scarce as a given name for baby boys. Variant of John via Johannes.
Hudson▲ 4 .. .. was the first European to visit .. The name Hudson has become progressively more popular as a given name for baby boys. See also Hodgson.
Milan▲ 5 .. .. Aemilianus. Usage in European languages is .. A very popular given name (#411 in 2014) that also occurs commonly as a last name. See also Malin.
Reynard 6 .. .. comes from medieval European animal stories .. Reynard is an unusual men's name, occurring regularly (Top 31%) as a surname in the US Census. The form Raynard is prevalent as a variation of Reynard. [Raynard, Reinhard, Renard, Renaud, Rennard, .. 4 more]
Rhinebeck 7 .. .. is a major European river on .. A unique birth name for boys. [Rheinbeck]
Roland▼ 8 .. .. more common in several European languages .. A common given name (#612 a year ago) that is also used frequently as a last name. The variations Rollo, Rolland and Lanny are generally used as forms of this name. [Lannie, Orlando, Rolando, Roley, Rolland, .. 11 more]
Seminole 9 .. .. Florida and resisted European American attempts .. Seldom used as a given name, Seminole is found more often as a surname.
Tamerlane 10 .. the Lame, by Europeans during the 16 .. Seldom used as a given name. [Tamarlain, Tamarlayn, Tamberlaine, Tamburlaine, Tamurlaine, .. 4 more]
Summary of all European names (and variants) for boys.
[Cheyenne - Tamerlane]
Cheyenne , Comanche, Hovannes, Hudson, Milan, Reynard , Rhinebeck , Roland , Seminole, Tamerlane