Farmer Baby Names for Boys
Barric - GoranPage 1/3 of 46 Farmer names.
Barric 1 .. Origin fr. English. "Grain farm." Unusual. Compare Barric, Beric with common -ric last name Bajric (upper 43%). Place name. [Barak, .. 2 more]
Bartholomew▼ 2 .. 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]
Beebe 3 .. From Old English element. "Bee farmer." Not Top 1000 name.
Bond 4 .. Stems fr. Middle English, Old English elements. "Peasant farmer." Bobond, Bondbo and Bondke are kreatif forms. From the Middle English word "bonde" ..
Bosworth 5 .. 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 6 .. .. Calumet Farms was a famous horse .. Not in popularity charts. [Callumet]
Carley 7 .. Stems fr. Middle English element. "Farmer's meadow." Unique. Carley (cf. Cowrey) uses the androgynous-sounding -ey suffix. Place name. [Carleigh]
Carlton▼ 8 .. Source fr. Old English. "Free peasant settlement." Carleton (upper 5%), Carlson (1%), Carlton (1%), Carston (55%) and Charlton (2%) are found commonly as last names. Place name and surname. [Carleton, Carston, .. 2 more]
Chadwick 9 .. Root fr. Old English word. "Dairy farm of Ceadda." Not in Top 1000. Surname and place name .. [Chadwyck]
Charlton 10 .. From Old English. "Free peasant's settlement." Charleston, Charleton and Charlton are more unique as versions. Also possibly a variation on Carlton .. [Carleton, .. 3 more]
Cherokee 11 .. .. They were farmers, and one of .. Unusual. Cherokee, like Cranlee, ends with the unusual -ee.
Chilton 12 .. Source fr. Old English language. "Farm near the well." Not in popularity charts. Place name. [Chelton, .. 1 more]
Dell▼ 13 .. .. old song The Farmer in the .. Somewhat frequently used as a baby name, Dell is comparable to the familiar Del. Cross-gender use.
Diego▲ 14 .. The Mexican peasant to whom the .. Diego has risen in favor since the 1880s. [Dago]
Egor 15 .. .. Also possibly means "farmer" in Russian. Outside Top 1000. [Igor, .. 1 more]
Fallows 16 .. .. of crop rotation, farmers used to .. Not in Top 1000. [Fallow]
Farmer 17 .. "Farmer." Not Top 1000 name. See also Marmer. Occupational name.
Franklin 18 .. .. free landowner, usually a prosperous farmer .. Franklin, Francklyn, etc. became more trendy in 2014, rising +33 positions as baby names with Franklin leading the upswing. [Francklin, Franklynn, .. 4 more]
George 19 .. Origin fr. Greek. "Farmer." Listed in Top 1000. Saint George, a knight who became .. [Egor, Georas, Geordi, Geordie, Georg, Georges, Georgiy, Georgy, Gheorghe, Giorgio, .. 24 more]
Goran 20 .. Root fr. Slavic, Swedish languages. "farmer." Unusual, with the androgynous -an suffix like Garlan. See also Gorav.
Summary of Farmer names (and variants) for boys.Barric - Goran
Barric [Beric, Barak, Barrick], Bartholomew▼ [Bat, Thole, Bartt, Bertel, Bartow, Bartome, ..], 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 [Ygor, Jurek, Jurik, Yorik, Yurik, Yorick, ..], GoranGranger - Whitby
Granger [Grange, Grainger], Harcourt, Jerzy, Joren [Jorn, Jory, Jorey, Joron, Jorry, Jorian], Jorge▲ [Jorje], Juri [Yuri, Jaris], Kelby▼ [Kelbey, Kelbie, Kellby], 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 - Yuri
Willoughby [Willughby, Willoughbey, Willoughbie], Winsted [Winstead], Woolworth, Worth [Worthy, Worthey, Worthing, Worthington], Yorick, Yuri [Yury, Yurii]