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Boy Names associated with Gift


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Gift baby names and what they mean, for gift, prize, blessing, reward, with 43 results. Usage of these boy names reached its highest 35 years ago (ADOPTION OF 4%) and is now much reduced (ADOPTION 1.5%, 62.3%), with names such as Matthew becoming somewhat dated. The trendier names for newborns among these are Solomon (#376), Matthias (#555), Jedidiah (#716), Shiloh (#894) and Israel (#240), while Matthis (TOP 15%) and Matthies (11%) are popular surnames. Here is the list of Gift names for girls.

Gift names

Abisha - Jon | Jonathan - Wole | Yishachar - Zeno

Abisha - Jon

Based on Hebrew. "Gift of God." Unusual, but Abisha is similar to common -ha last names Atha (TOP 12%), Acha (40%). [Abishai, .. 3 more]

Derived fr. Hebrew element. "Gift of my father." Not in Top 2000. See also Abishai.

.. men who brought gifts to the .. Less used today. Baltazar was the variation last listed (2003) in the Top 2000. [Belshazzar, Baltazar, Baltasar, .. 5 more]

Root fr. Hebrew, Swahili, African elements. "Blessing." Barrack (UPPER 22%), Barnack (65%) are popular last names. Biblical .. [Barrak, Barak]

From Slavic element. "God's gift." Bogdan, like the similar Bevan, exists more often as a surname. [Bohdan, Boban]

.. and Nobel Peace Prize winner Dag .. Dag, Daggett, etc. are seldom adopted as baby names. [Dagny, Daggett, Dagget, Daeg]

From Greek. "Gift." Darion, Darien, etc. became less trendy last year, falling on average -27 positions as birth names with Darion leading the fall. Possibly a variant of Darius .. [Darrion, Darrian, Darien, .. 2 more]

From Slavic. "Gift." Daiko and Daro are creative forms. See also Dario. From "dar".

Based on Spanish, Italian languages. "Gift from God." Donato, Donzel, etc. are rarely found as men's names. A short form of Donatello. [Donzel, Donatien, .. 2 more]

Derivative of Israeli, Hebrew. "Gift." Doron, like the similar-sounding Duran, exists more usually as a last name. [Doroni, Doran]

Top 2000 baby names ranking of Gift names: Darion, Donato, Einar, Isidore, Israel

Top 2000 baby names ranking of Gift names: Jedidiah, Jody, Jon

.. Valhalla for their reward by valkyries. Less popular today. Einar was the form last recorded (1920-1929) in the Top 2000. [Inar, Ejnar, .. 1 more]

Derivative of Spanish, Greek words. "Gift from the sun." Not in popularity charts. [Heliodoros, .. 1 more]

Source fr. Russian, Greek languages. "God's gift." A quirky children's name. Variant of Theodore .. [Fyodr, .. 3 more]

Origin fr. Arabic element. "Gift." Ihan is a marginally prominent boys' name. See also Ahab.

Derivative of Greek language. "Gift of Isis." Dorian is a chic form. Isis was the principal goddess of .. [Ysidro, Izydor, Issy, Isador, Dore, .. 9 more]

.. Israel as a token of blessing .. Yisrael and forms were popular as baby names 9 years ago and are almost as common now. [Yisrael]

Derived fr. Hebrew. "His reward will come." Issachar, Yisachar, etc. are unique as children's names. Biblical .. [Yissachar, Isachar, .. 1 more]

A "blessing" name given in infancy .. Jedadiah and Jedd are more unusual as forms of Jedidiah. [Jedediah, Jed, .. 2 more]

.. Kinnan Rawlings' Pulitzer Prize winning novel .. Less widespread today. Jody was the form last appearing (2011) in the Top 2000. [Jodie, Jodi, Jodey]

Source fr. English, Hebrew words. "Gift of God." Joncarlo, Joncorey, Jondavid, Jonluke and Jonn are more unique as versions of Jon. Variant of John or short form .. [Jonpaul, Jontae, Jonnie, Jonn, Jondavid, Joncorey, .. 5 more]

Quick Reference

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

1. Abisha - Jon
Abisha [Abidja, Abijah, Abishai, Abidjah], Avishai, Balthasar [Balto, Baltazar, Balthazar, Belshazzar, Balthasaar, Balthazaar, ..], Barack [Barak, Barrak], Bogdan [Boban, Bohdan], Dag [Daeg, Dagny, Dagget, Daggett], Darion [Darian, Darien, Darrian, Darrien, Darrion], Darko, Donato [Donzel, Donatus, Donatien, Donatello], Doron [Doran, Doroni], Einar [Inar, Einer, Ejnar], Eleodoro [Heliodoro, Heliodoros], Fyodor [Fedya, Fyodr, Fedor, Feodor], Ihab, Isidore [Issy, Izzy, Isidro, Izydor, Ysidro, Izidor, ..], Israel [Yisrael], Issachar [Isachar, Yisachar, Yissachar], Jedidiah [Jed, Jedd, Jedediah, Jedadiah], Jody [Jodi, Jodey, Jodie], Jon [Jonn, Jonny, Jonte, Jonnie, Jontae, Jonpaul, ..]

Jonathan [Jon, Jonathon, Johnathan, Johnathon], Linus [Lino, Linos], Macedonio, Mataniah [Matanya, Mattania, Mattaniah, Matanyahu], Matthew [Matz, Matty, Mattie, Matvey, Matyas, Mattieu, ..], Matthias [Mats, Tijs, Thijs, Matti, Matias, Mattias, ..], Mayhew, Meged, Melchior [Melker, Melkior, Malkior, Malchior], Niaz, Price [Brice, Bryce, Pryce], Sachar [Sacar], Shai, Shiloh [Shilo, Shylo, Shyloh], Solomon [Sol, Sollie, Shalmon, Solaman, Soloman, Salomone, ..], Ted [Tedd, Teddy, Tedric, Teddey, Teddie, Tedrick], Thaddeus [Thady, Thadeus, Thaddaos, Thaddius, Thaddaus, Thaddaeus, ..], Theodore [Tudor, Todor, Theodor, Theodorus, Theodosius, Theodosios, ..], Tudor, Wole

Yishachar [Issachar, Yisachar], Zebediah [Zeb, Zebedee], Zeno [Zino, Zenon, Zinon]

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