Dingo - Reynard
Page 1/2 of 8 Fox names.
Dingo 1 .. The wild dogs of Australia, similar to foxes. A seldom-used birth name. See also Diego.
Fox 2 .. "Fox." Fox is an uncommonly used first name, and it appears commonly (Top 1%) as a last name in the US Census. Probably refers to a fox-catcher or to a fox's den, or to a cunning person, or for someone with red hair .. [Foxe, .. 1 more]
Marion▼ 3 .. Revolutionary war soldier Francis "Swamp Fox" Marion. Both a masculine and a feminine name. Marion is a prevalent (Top 24%) masculine name, and it occurs often (Top 2%) as a surname according to the US Census. The form Mariano is popular as a variation of this name. [Mariano]
Michael 4 .. Actors Mickey Rooney, Michael Caine, Michael J Fox, Michel Chiklis, Michael Gambon, Michael Imperioli, Mike Myers .. Name used for both boys and girls. Michael is a commonly occurring (Top 1%) first name, and it appears commonly (Top 1%) as a last name in the US Census. The variations Mitchell, Mikel, Michele and Michal are commonly used as variant forms of the name. [Maik, Micael, Michaelangelo, Michale, Michel, .. 46 more]
Reynard 5 .. Derived fr. Old German, Old French elements. "Fox." A seldom-used given name for boys that occurs more conventionally as a surname. See also Reinart. The French word for fox, "renard", comes from medieval European animal stories in which the cunning fox is known as "Reynard" in reference to his cleverness. [Raynard, Renard, Renauld, .. 6 more]
Summary of all Fox names (and their variants) for boys.
[Dingo - Reynard]
Dingo, Fox [Foxe, Foxen], Marion [Mariano], Michael [Myke, Mitch, Mykal, Mykel, Mykell, Mychal, Mychael, Mitchell, ..], Reynard [Renard, Renaud, Rennard, Renauld, Renardo, Reynardo, Reinhard, Reinhardt]
[Todd - Uncas]
Todd [Tod], Todhunter, Uncas