Baby Names associated with Faith for Boys
Abraham - VonPage 1/2 of 21 Faith names.
Abraham▲ 1 .. .. for his great faith, was the .. Abraham (top 1%), Avram (32%), etc., like Afram (top 79%), are popular -am suffix last names. [Ab, Avraham, .. 20 more]
Amal 2 .. Source fr. Hebrew, Sanskrit, Arabic elements. "hope." Amali and variants are not Top 1000 names. Familiar to Americans as the young .. [Amahl, Amali, .. 1 more]
Androcles 3 .. .. for a play about Christian faith. Not Top 1000 names. [Androclus]
Artemas 4 .. .. survived even after worship of the .. Art is a recognizable (top 58%) first name. [Art, Artimas, Artimus, .. 6 more]
Bob▼ 5 .. .. Comedian Bob Hope; singer Bob Dylan .. Common, with usage of 0.0496% for Bob and variants as birth names in 2014, though lower than 0.0666% the year before. [Bobbee, Bobbie, Bobby, .. 1 more]
Brighton 6 .. .. to indicate the hope of a .. A quirky baby name, Brighton occurs more commonly as a last name. See also Broughton.
Caleb▲ 7 .. Stems fr. Hebrew word. "Faith, devotion, whole hearted." Ranked in Top 1000. Anglicized form of Kaleb .. [Cal, .. 5 more]
Constant 8 .. .. vigilant, and steadfast in the faith. Not that common as a boys' name, Constant occurs more frequently as a last name. See also Constantin.
Dexter▲ 9 .. .. Greek dexi meaning "worship", which was .. A highly familiar birth name (#394 in current list), Dexter also exists often as a last name. [Dex, .. 2 more]
Eusebius 10 .. .. eu "good" and sebein "to worship" .. Esabio, Esavio, Esavius, Esebio and Eusabio are more unconventional as versions of Eusebius. [Esabio, Esavius, Eusaio, Eusebe, Eusavio, Eusevios, .. 7 more]
Gideon▲ 11 .. .. skillful planning and faith rather than .. Gideon, Gideone, etc. became more popular in 2014, gaining on average +4 rankings as baby names with Gideon leading the upswing. [Gideone, .. 3 more]
Hyman▼ 12 .. .. person's name in hope of recovery. Less common today. Hyman was the version last recorded (1920-1929) in the Top 1000. [Hayim, .. 4 more]
Jeroboam 13 .. who allowed the worship of idols .. Jeroboam is not in the Top 1000.
Lafayette▼ 14 .. May derive from "foi", meaning "faith" .. Somewhat atypical as a baby name, Lafayette is found more commonly as a surname.
Peter 15 .. .. was impulsive and had strong faith .. Paiter, Peater and Peterry are kreatif forms. [Boutros, Peder, Pekka, Petar, Pete, Piero, Pierre, Pieter, Pietro, .. 12 more]
Procopio 16 .. .. for refusing to worship pagan gods .. Uncommon. Procopio (cf. Prudencio) has the -io suffix. [Procopius, .. 1 more]
Roman▲ 17 .. .. center of the Roman Catholic faith .. A highly conventional birth name (#113 last year), Roman is also found often as a last name. [Romain, Romano, Romanos, .. 4 more]
Thomas 18 .. .. mixture of pessimism and zealous faith .. Tam, Tamas, Tamhas, Thom and Thoma are more rarefied as variant forms of Thomas. [Tam, Tom, Tomasz, Tomlin, Tommey, Tommy, .. 19 more]
Traugott 19 .. Based on German. "Faith in God." Outside Top 1000.
Von 20 .. Stems fr. Old Norse language. "Hope." Von is commonplace as a variant form. Also a respelling of the Dutch .. [Vondell, .. 2 more]
Summary of Faith names (and variants) for boys.Abraham - Von
Abraham▲ [Avi, Bram, Avram, Avrom, Brahm, Ebrahim, Avraham, Ibrahim, ..], Amal [Amel, Amahl, Amali], Androcles [Androclus], Artemas [Arty, Artie, Artemis, Artemio, Artemus, Artimas, Artimus, Artimis], Bob▼ [Bobby, Bobbee, Bobbie, Bobbey], Brighton, Caleb▲ [Cal, Cale, Kaleb, Kayleb, Kaylob, Cayleb], Constant, Dexter▲ [Dex, Dexy, Dexton], Eusebius [Eusaio, Eusebe, Eusebio, Eusavio, Eusevio, Eusabio, Eusebios, Eusevios, ..], Gideon▲ [Gidi, Gidon, Hedeon, Gideone], Hyman▼ [Hayim, Hymen, Hymie, Hayyim, Mannie], Jeroboam, Lafayette▼, Peter [Piet, Pyotr, Piotr, Piero, Pierce, Pieter, Pietro, Pierre, ..], Procopio [Procopius, Prokopios], Roman▲ [Rome, Romain, Romano, Romanus, Romaine, Romanes, Romanos], Thomas [Tommy, Tomie, Tomkin, Tomlin, Tommey, Tommie, Tommaso, Tomislaw, ..], Traugott, Von [Vonn, Vondell, Vontell]Wenceslaus - Wenceslaus
Wenceslaus [Wenzel, Venceslao, Wenceslas, Wenczeslaw, Vlacheslav, Vyachaslav, Vyacheslav, Wiencyslaw]