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Boy Names associated with Fire


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Fire baby names and what they mean, for fire, sun, fiery, burning, with 54 results. These boy names reached the apex of their popularity 135 years ago (ADOPTION OF 4.5%) and are now much less popular (ADOPTION 1.4%, 69%), with names such as George going out of style. The most fashionable baby names among these are Samson (#622), Apollo (#751), Blaze (#706), Blaise (#805) and Ishaan (#917), while Simson (TOP 16%) and Ureel (76%) are popular surnames. Here is the list of Fire names for girls.

Fire names

Abednago - Edan | Egan - Meshach | Mishal - Uriel

Abednago - Edan

.. thrown in the fiery furnace by .. Not in Top 2000. [Abednego]


Based on Gaelic. "Fire." Aeden is also a marginally prominent boys' name. Variant of Aodh .. [Adon, Adin, .. 1 more]


From Sanskrit language. "The sun." Common, and Aditya is similar to popular -ya surnames Attaya (UPPER 88%), Atiya (90%). This is the name for the ..


Root fr. Gaelic element. "Fire." Aydin (TOP 26%), Eden (3%) and Eiden (13%) appear often as surnames. Anglicized form of the ancient Gaelic .. [Eiden, Ayden, Aydan, .. 8 more]

Derivative of Scottish, Irish, Gaelic languages. "Fire." Aodh and Aodhagan are not often used as boys' names. .. name of the Celtic sun god .. [Aodhagan]


.. who drives the sun across the .. Popular, with usage of 0.017% for Apollo and variants as birth names in 2015, higher than 0.015% a year ago. [Apolo, Apollon, .. 1 more]


.. Latin meaning "eager, burning with enthusiasm". A somewhat untypical birth name, Ardell is found more conventionally as a surname. [Ardel]


Also possibly "ardent, enthusiastic". Surname of .. Arden is commonly occurring (UPPER 89%) as a given name. [Arrden, Ardy, Ardin, Ardie, Arda, .. 2 more]


Root fr. Hindi, Cambodian elements. "Sun." Arun is unconventional as a men's name, appearing often (TOP 87%) as a surname. See also Arny. In Hindi, the name represents dawn ..

Based on Hebrew language. "Fire of Bel." Achabel and Athbel are creative forms. Bel was a deity in the ..

Top 2000 baby names ranking of Fire names: Aden, Aditya, Aidan, Apollo, Ardell

Top 2000 baby names ranking of Fire names: Arden, Arun, Blaise, Blaze, Brenton

.. Hemingway's novel "The Sun Also Rises". Barnes is unusual as a men's name, occurring regularly (TOP 1%) as a surname. See also Byrnes.


.. homonym Blaze means "fire". Saint Blasius .. A conventional birth name (#805 THE PREVIOUS YEAR), Blaise also exists commonly as a surname. [Blaze, Blaize, .. 4 more]


.. is more likely linked to flames. Blaise is the clear favorite, though Blaze has gained in usage. [Blayze, Blaize, .. 7 more]

Root fr. Old Norse, Old English words. "Fiery torch, beacon." Adoption of Brandt and forms was higher in 2014 and has remained conventional. From the Old Norse personal name .. [Brantlie, Brantley, Brandt, .. 4 more]


.. derived from "bryne", meaning "fire, flame" .. Somewhat common as baby names, Brentan, Brenton, etc. are similar to the popular Brennan. [Brenttyn, Brentin, .. 3 more]

.. to them in Saint Elmo's fire. Compare last names Caston, Castoe. [Kastor, .. 2 more]

.. flammable residue from burning coal, and .. Unusual. Coakley, Cokeley, like Coley, have the androgynous-sounding -ley ending. [Cokely, Cokelie, .. 2 more]

.. man with a torch and a .. Not in popularity charts.

Based on Hindi, Sanskrit elements. "Sun." Outside Top 2000. Writer Dinesh D'Souza.

Stems fr. Scottish, Irish, Gaelic. "Fire." Unique, with the androgynous -an suffix for Edan, like Eidan. Variant of Aidan .. [Edin]

Quick Reference

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

1. Abednago - Edan
Abednago [Abednego], Aden [Adan, Adin, Adon], Aditya, Aidan [Edan, Eden, Ayden, Aydin, Eidan, Eiden, ..], Aodh [Aodhagan], Apollo [Apolo, Apollon, Apollos], Ardell [Ardel], Arden [Arda, Ardy, Ardie, Ardon, Ardin, Arrden], Arun, Ashbel, Barnes, Blaise [Blais, Blaze, Blase, Blaize, Blayze, Blaisdell], Blaze [Blase, Blaize, Blayse, Blayze, Blasius, Blasien, ..], Brand [Brant, Brando, Brandt, Brander, Brantlie, Brantley], Brenton [Brentan, Brenten, Brentin, Brentton, Brenttyn], Castor [Kastor, Caster, Castorio], Coakley [Cokely, Coakly, Cokelie, Cokeley], Comus, Dinesh, Edan [Edin]

Egan [Egon, Eagan, Egann, Eagen], Eleodoro [Heliodoro, Heliodoros], Elian, Elihu [Eliu], Elijah [Ely, Lige, Ellis, Elyot, Elliot, Elyott, ..], Elmo [Moe], Epemetheus, Fagan [Fagin, Fegan, Feggan], Feivel [Feiwel], Fintan [Fiontan, Fionntan], Galileo, George [Yuri, Ygor, Yorik, Yurik, Yuriy, Yorick, ..], Hesperos [Hespero, Hesperus, Hesperios], Idris, Ignatius [Ignaz, Inigo, Inacio, Ignatz, Ignazio, Ignatious, ..], Ishaan, Keegan [Kegan, Kagen, Keagan, Keegen, Keagen, Keeghan], Kenneth [Ken, Kenny, Kennet, Kennett, Kennith], Levant, Meshach

Mishal [Mishaal], Nuriel [Nurya, Nuriya, Nooriel, Nuriyah], Phoebus [Phoibos], Ramses [Ramzan, Rameses, Ramesses], Ravi [Ravee], Samson [Sam, Shem, Sansom, Sanson, Sansone, Sampson], Seraphim [Saraph, Seraph, Serafin, Sarafino, Serafino, Seraphimus], Shad [Shadd, Shadoe, Shadow], Shadrach [Shad, Shadrack, Shadrick], Spark [Sparky], Tandie [Tandy, Tandey], Udi, Uri, Uriel

Usage comparison for Fire names