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Glory baby names and what they mean, for glory, praise, glorious, with 32 results. These boy names were at the top of their popularity in the 1910s, but now, names such as Cletus has become less stylish. Cadigan (TOP 16%) and Boros (12%) are popular last names. Here is the list of Glory names for girls.

Glory names

Aeneas - Laud | Ludoslaw - Yehudi

Aeneas - Laud

Derived fr. Greek, Latin languages. "To praise." Rare, but Ainneas, var. are similar to popular surnames Athas (UPPER 34%), Animas (96%), which also end with -as. From Aineias, from Greek ainein .. [Enneiss, Enea, .. 9 more]

Source fr. Arabic language. "Greater glory." A rare birth name, Amjad exists more frequently as a surname. [Amjed]

Stems fr. Greek word. "Glorious man." Not in Top 2000. Latin mythology .. [Androclus]


Based on Russian, Slavic elements. "Battle glory." Boris is a commonplace (UPPER 70%) male name, while Boriss, Borja, Borris and Borys are infrequently used. Originally from the Tartar nickname Bogoris .. [Borys, Borja, .. 2 more]

From Slavic. "Glorious defender." Somewhat popular as children's names, Branko, Branislav, etc. are similar to the conventional Branson. [Bronislaw, .. 2 more]

Derivative of Welsh language. "Battle glory." Cadogan, like the similar Maddock, exists more usually as a last name. From the personal name Cadwgan or .. [Cadog, .. 1 more]


Root fr. Greek word. "Glory." A somewhat untypical baby name. [Kleon]


Source fr. Greek. "Vision of glory." Cleo is a frequently occurring (TOP 60%) male name, whereas Cleophas, Cleofas, Cleofaso and Cleophus are scarcely used. Biblical name .. [Cleophus, Cleofas, .. 2 more]


Source fr. Greek element. "Glory." Less common today. Cleo, Cleon and Cletus were variations last recorded (the 1970s) in the Top 2000. From Kleitos, the name of one .. [Kletus, Kletos, Cleytus, Cletis, Clete, Cleon, Cleo, .. 2 more]

Based on Greek, Latin. "To praise." Eneas, Ennes, etc. are rarely found as first names. Variant of Aeneas. [Ennis, .. 2 more]

Top 2000 baby names ranking of Glory names: Boris, Cleon, Cleophas, Cletus, Hercules

Derivative of Italian element. "Hera's glory." Elcole and Ercoel are creative forms. The Italian version of Hercules. [Ercolo]

From Arabic word. "Proud, elegant, glorious." Outside Top 2000.

Origin fr. Hebrew language. "Splendor, glory. ornament; citrus fruit." Not in Top 2000. [Heder, .. 2 more]

From Arabic word. "Much praise." Not that prominent as a children's name, Hamdani exists more conventionally as a surname.


Derivative of Greek element. "Hera's glory." Hercule and forms rose in popularity 108 years ago. Mythology .. [Herculie, Herakles, Ercule, Ercolo, .. 3 more]

From Hebrew element. "Praise." Hillel, like the similar Hiller, occurs more usually as a last name. See also Hilal. Biblical name ..

From Hebrew element. "The glory is gone." Not in popularity charts. Biblical name .. [Ikavod, Ikabod]

Source fr. Hebrew. "Praise Jehovah." Not in popularity charts. See also Joop.

Source fr. Slavic element. "Glorious rule." Lacko, Ladislaus, etc. are rarely found as male names. Related to Vladislav .. [Lazlo, Laszlo, .. 3 more]

Source fr. Latin element. "Praise." Laud, like the similar Land, exists more usually as a surname. See also Lad. Archbishop of Canterbury William Laud.

Quick Reference

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

1. Aeneas - Laud
Aeneas [Enne, Enea, Eneas, Enneis, Enneas, Aineis, Enneiss, Ainneas, ..], Amjad [Amjed], Androcles [Androclus], Boris [Borys, Borja, Borris, Boriss], Branislav [Bane, Branko, Bronislaw], Cadogan [Cadog, Caddock], Cleon [Kleon], Cleophas [Cleo, Cleofas, Cleophus, Cleofaso], Cletus [Clete, Cleon, Kletus, Kletos, Clitus, Cletos, Cletis, Cleytus], Eneas [Ennis, Ennes, Enneas], Ercole [Ercolo], Fakhri, Hadar [Heder, Hadur, Hadaram], Hamdani, Hercules [Ercule, Ercolo, Ercole, Hercule, Herculie, Herakles, Heraclio], Hillel, Ichabod [Ikavod, Ikabod], Joab, Ladislas [Lazlo, Laslo, Lacko, Laszlo, Ladislaus], Laud

Ludoslaw, Majid [Majed, Majeed], Miroslav [Mirko, Mirek, Mircea, Miroslaw, Miroslawy], Sanjiro, Shia, Slavomir, Svatomir, Ull, Vere, Vladislav [Vlad, Vladja], Wenceslaus [Wenzel, Wenceslas, Venceslao, Wiencyslaw, Wenczeslaw, Vyacheslav, Vyachaslav, Vlacheslav], Yehudi [Judah, Yehuda, Yehudit, Yehudah, Yechudi, Yechudit]

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