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Farmer baby names and what they mean, for farmer, peasant, farms, with 49 results. Usage of these boy names reached its highest a century ago (adoption of 4.7%) and is now significantly reduced (adoption 0.5%, 89%), with names like Meyer falling out of fashion. Shadwick (top 14%) and Bend (45%) are common surnames.

Farmer names

Barric - George | Goran - Walworth | Welby - Yuri

Barric - George

Barric
Origin fr. English. "Grain farm." Unusual. Compare Barric, Beric with common -ric last names Bajric (upper 43%), Baric (62%). Place name. [Barak, .. 2 more]

BartholomewBartholomew
Origin fr. Aramaic element. "Son of Talmai (the farmer)." A somewhat quaint birth name, Bartholomew exists more often as a last name. Talmai is a Hebrew name meaning .. [Bart, Bartalan, Bartholomeus, Bartlet, Bartlett, Bartolomeu, Bartow, .. 22 more]

Bartlet
Source fr. Aramaic language. "Son of Talmai (the farmer)." Less widespread today. Bartlett was the version last recorded (the 1890s) in the Top 2000. Short form of Bartholomew .. [Bartlett, .. 1 more]

Beebe
From Old English element. "Bee farmer." Not Top 2000 name.

Bond
Stems fr. Middle English, Old English elements. "Peasant farmer." Uncommon as a baby name, but Bond is similar to the more conventional Boyd. From the Middle English word "bonde" ..

Bosworth
Derivative of Middle English. "Fenced farm near the woods." Bosworth is an atypical masculine name, registering often (upper 4%) as a surname. Place name.

Calumet
.. Calumet Farms was a famous horse .. Not in popularity charts. [Callumet]

Carley
Stems fr. Middle English element. "Farmer's meadow." Unusual as baby names, but Carley and Carleigh are comparable to the more common Marley. Place name. [Carleigh]

CarltonCarlton
Source fr. Old English. "Free peasant settlement." A conventional birth name (#1660 last year), Carlton also occurs conventionally as a surname. Place name and surname. [Carleton, Carston, .. 2 more]

ChadwickChadwick
Root fr. Old English word. "Dairy farm of Ceadda." Less widespread today. Chadwick was the variation last recorded (2004) in the Top 2000. Surname and place name .. [Chadwyck]

Top 2000 baby names ranking of Farmer names: Bartholomew, Carlton, Chadwick, Charlton, Dell

Top 2000 baby names ranking of Farmer names: Diego, Franklin, George

CharltonCharlton
From Old English. "Free peasant's settlement." Sparing use, with usage of 0.01% for Charlton and variants as children's names in 2015, higher than 0.008% the year before. Also possibly a variation on Carlton .. [Carleton, .. 3 more]

Cherokee
.. They were farmers, and one of .. Not in Top 2000.

Chilton
Source fr. Old English language. "Farm near the well." Chilton, like the similar Cheston, occurs more often as a surname. Place name. [Chelton, .. 1 more]

DellDell
.. old song The Farmer in the .. Unisex name. Slightly unfamiliar as a baby name, Dell is found more frequently as a surname.

DiegoDiego
The Mexican peasant to whom the .. Diego was among 2015's Top names. [Dago]

Egor
.. Also possibly means "farmer" in Russian. Egor, Igor and Ygor are seldom found as male names. [Igor, .. 1 more]

Fallows
.. of crop rotation, farmers used to .. Farlows and Felows are creative variations. [Fallow]

Farmer
"Farmer." Farner (top 9%), Farver (13%) are conventional last names. See also Marmer. Occupational name.

FranklinFranklin
.. free landowner, usually a prosperous farmer .. Franklin, Franklynn, etc. became less popular in 2015, dropping -9 positions as birth names with Frank dropping the most. [Francklin, Franklynn, .. 4 more]

GeorgeGeorge
Origin fr. Greek. "Farmer." Popular, with usage of 0.261% for George and variants as birth names in 2015, but lower than 0.262% a year ago. .. of gergos farmer, from g .. [Deorsa, Geordi, Georgio, Georgios, Georgy, Giorgio, Giorgius, Gyorgy, Igor, Jerzy, .. 45 more]

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

1. Barric - George
Barric [Beric, Barak, Barrick], Bartholomew [Bat, Thole, Bartt, Bertel, Bartow, Bartome, ..], Bartlet [Bartlett, Bartlitt], Beebe, Bond, Bosworth, Calumet [Callumet], Carley [Carleigh], Carlton [Carlson, Carston, Carleton, Charlton], Chadwick [Chadwyck], Charlton [Carlton, Carleton, Charleton, Charleston], Cherokee, Chilton [Chill, Chelton], Dell, Diego [Dago], Egor [Igor, Ygor], Fallows [Fallow], Farmer, Franklin [Frank, Franklyn, Francklyn, Francklin, Franklinn, Franklynn], George [Yuri, Ygor, Yorik, Yurik, Yuriy, Yorick, ..]


Goran, Granger [Grange, Grainger], Harcourt, Jerzy, Jordi, Joren [Jorn, Jory, Jorey, Joron, Jorry, Jorian], Jorge [Jorje], Juri [Yuri, Jaris], Kelby [Kelbey, Kelbie, Kellby], Keoki, Koresh [Choresh], Lathrop, Leonard [Lonny, Leonid, Leonis, Lonnard, Leonidas, Leonides, ..], Mayer [Meir, Myer, Maier, Meyer], Meyer [Myer, Meir, Mayer, Meier, Mayor, Mayeer], Northrop [Northrup], Paine [Pain, Payne], Spiridon [Spero, Spiro, Spiros, Spyros, Spyridon, Spiridion], Thornycroft [Thorneycroft], Walworth


Welby [Welbie, Wellby, Welbey, Wellbey], Wetherby [Wetherbie, Weatherby, Wetherbey, Weatherbey, Weatherbie], Whitby [Whitbey, Whitebie], Willoughby [Willughby, Willoughbey, Willoughbie], Winsted [Winstead], Woolworth, Worth [Worthy, Worthey, Worthing, Worthington], Yorick, Yuri [Yury, Yurii]

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