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Good baby names and what they mean, for good, best, highest, greater, with 83 results. Usage of these boy names reached its apex in the year 2009 (ADOPTION OF 2.3%) and is almost as widespread today (ADOPTION 2%, 15%), but with names such as Eugene becoming somewhat dated. The most trendy names for newborns among these are Major (#360), Tobias (#316), Ace (#418), Santiago (#127) and Ali (#325), while Omara (TOP 5%) and Omori (23%) are conventional surnames. Here is the list of Good names for girls.

Good names

Ace - Candido | Chance - Gentry | Godfrey - Naren | Naveed - Venturo | Wenceslaus - Zion

Ace - Candido


Root fr. English word. "Number one, the best." Widely used, with usage of 0.039% for Ace and variants as baby names in 2015, but lower than 0.043% the year before. .. card with the highest face value .. [Acie, .. 3 more]


Source fr. Greek element. "Extremely good looking, handsome." Adonnis is also a slightly prominent baby name. Greek mythology .. [Adonys, Adohnes, .. 3 more]

From Greek element. "Good, honorable." Unusual, but Agathias is comparable to common -as last names Attias (TOP 40%), Athas (34%). The masculine form of Agatha. [Agathos, Agathios, .. 1 more]

Derivative of Arabic word. "Perfect." Ahmal and Aimal are creative forms. [Aqmal]


.. and ruled the greater part of .. Alec (TOP 76%), Alex (13%) and Alexis (53%) are commonplace as male names. [Zandros, Saunders, Sasha, Sascha, Sandro, Sander, Lexo, Iskender, Iskander, Alsandare, .. 60 more]


.. by Muhammad as excellent names for .. A very conventional baby name (#325 A YEAR AGO), Ali also occurs frequently as a surname. [Alia]

Origin fr. Arabic language. "Greater glory." Unique, with the common -ad ending for Amjad, like Ahmaad, Arpad. [Amjed]

.. of his first best selling novel, .. Rare as boys' names, but Amory, Aimory, etc. sound like the more conventional Amir. [Amry, Amorey, Amery, Aimory]


Stems fr. Greek language. "Best." Aris (UPPER 21%) and Arris (54%) are found commonly as last names. Short form of Aristeo used in .. [Arris]

Origin fr. Spanish, Greek. "Best." Less popular today. Aris was the variation last listed (1996) in the Top 2000. [Aristos, Aristo, .. 2 more]

Top 2000 baby names ranking of Good names: Ace, Adonis, Alexander, Ali, Aris

Top 2000 baby names ranking of Good names: Boone, Candido

Based on Greek element. "Best." Ari is a trendy version. From the word "aristos" .. [Aristide, .. 2 more]

Derived fr. Greek language. "The best of all." Ary (TOP 10%), Arie (44%) and Ari (62%) occur frequently as last names. From the phrase "aristos totalis" .. [Ary, Arri, Arie, .. 3 more]

.. is called "the good", and reigns .. Compare surnames Baldes (UPPER 36%), Baldez (37%). [Baudier, .. 2 more]

.. considered a token of good luck. Berilo and Berillo are not Top 2000 names. [Berillo]

Based on French. "Good friend." Bonamy and Bonami are unusual as boys' names. [Bonami]

Root fr. Latin word. "Good fortune." Bonaventura, Bonaventure and Bueaventura are rarely found as men's names. [Bueaventura, .. 1 more]


Based on Old French, Latin. "Good." Boone has increased in prominence as a boys' name since 1880-1889. See also Roone. In origin from Old French "bon" ..

Based on Italian element. "Excellent, courageous." Bravo, Brahvo and Bravvo are not frequently adopted as children's names. The exclamation that accompanies a brilliant .. [Bravvo, Brahvo]

.. the French word "bon", or "good" .. Bunyan is uncommon as a boys' name.


.. is for the best in the .. Adoption of Candide and variants soared 5 decades ago. [Candidio, Candide]

Quick Reference

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

1. Ace - Candido
Ace [Acey, Acie, ..], Adonis [Adones, Adonys, ..], Agathias [Agathos, Agathius], Akmal [Aqmal], Alexander [Zandro, Zandros, ..], Ali [Alia], Amjad [Amjed], Amory [Amry, Amorey, ..], Aris [Arris], Aristeo [Aristo, Aristos, ..], Aristides [Aristide, Aristeides], Aristotle [Ary, Arri, ..], Balder [Baldur, Baudier], Berilo [Berillo], Bonamy [Bonami], Bonaventure [Bonaventura, Bueaventura], Boone, Bravo [Brahvo, Bravvo], Bunyan, Candido [Candide, Candidio]

Chance [Chauncy, Choncey, ..], Cullen [Cullin, Cullinan], Debonair [Debonnair, Debonnaire], Denali, Devin [Devyn, Devynn, ..], Ebisu, Eugene [Yevgeni, Yevgeny, ..], Euodias, Eusebius [Eusevio, Eusevios, ..], Eustace [Stacey, Jevstachi, ..], Evan [Van, Owen, ..], Evander, Evangel [Vangelo, Vangelis, ..], Evaristus [Evariste, Evaristo], Fadile [Fadle, Fazil, ..], Felim [Phelim, Feidhlim], Galahad [Galath], Ganesh [Ganesha], Gautam [Gotama], Gentry

Godfrey [Jul, Gyrd, ..], Gomer, Goodman [Guttman, Guttmann], Goodwin [Goodwyn, Goodwynn], Goodyear, Hakon [Hako, Hakan, ..], Hasani [Hasan], Hassan [Hasani, Hassain], Hideo, Hussein [Husein, Hussain, ..], Kamal [Kamil, Kameel], Kenneth [Kenny, Kennith, ..], Kibo, Lakshman, Lemuel [Lem, Lemmie], Maccoy [Mccoy], Maimon [Malmun], Major [Mayer, Mayor], Makoto, Naren

Naveed [Navid], Noam, Olimpio [Olympus, Olympios, ..], Omari, Osher, Pawnee, Perfecto, Rashad [Rashod, Rashaad], Santiago [Santigo, Santiaco, ..], Seraphim [Seraph, Seraphimus, ..], Sohan [Sohil], Speed, Sujay [Sujit], Syon, Tavi [Tavee], Tobias [Toby, Tobyn, ..], Toby [Tobi, Tobie, ..], Tuvya [Tuvyah, Tuviyahu, ..], Vander, Venturo [Venturio]

Wenceslaus [Wenzel, Wiencyslaw, ..], Yazid [Yazeed], Zion [Sion]

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