Balfour - Galloway
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Balfour 1 .. It was named for its author, British Foreign Secretary Arthur James Balfour, and Balfour was occasionally used as a given name in Israel afterward. A birth name which is seldom used and is found more conventionally as a surname. [Balfer, Balfor, Ballfour, .. 1 more]
Frayne 2 .. Root fr. Middle English word. "Foreign." Frayne is rarely occurring as a men's name, appearing often (Top 58%) as a surname according to the US Census. See also Fran. .. [Fraine, Frean, Freyne, .. 2 more]
Galbraith 3 .. Derived fr. Scottish, Gaelic words. "Foreign Briton." A birth name which is seldom used and is found more conventionally as a surname. .. [Galbrait, Galbreath, Gallbreath, .. 1 more]
Gallagher 4 .. Stems fr. Irish, Gaelic element. "Foreign helper." A boys' name which is little-used, existing more conventionally as a surname. .. The surname means "descendant of Gallchobhar", from gall "stranger, foreign" and cabhair "help" ..
Galloway 5 .. Derivative of Gaelic element. "Foreign Gael." Not often used as a boys' name, Galloway is found more frequently as a last name. .. [Gallway, Galway]
Summary of all Foreign names (and their variants) for boys.
[Balfour - Galloway]
Balfour [Balfer, Balfor, Balfore, Ballfour], Frayne [Frayn, Frean, Freen, Fraine, Freyne], Galbraith [Galbrait, Galbreath, Gallbraith, Gallbreath], Gallagher, Galloway [Galway, Gallway]
[Monroe - Xenophon]
Monroe [Monro, Munro, Munroe], Xenophon [Xeno]