Gray Names

Gray names and what they mean, for gray for men. Here is the list of Gray names for girls. These boy names were at the apex of their popularity during the years 1920-1929 (usage of 0.2241%) and are somewhat less popular today (usage 0.1574%, down 29.8%), with names such as Lloyd, Leslie and Floyd becoming less fashionable. Grayson (#63), Graham (#199) and Dorian (#535) are three of the more trendy names for newborns in this compilation.


Blanford - Spalding

Page 1/1 of 14 Gray names.

Blanford 1 .. Derivative of Old English. "Gray man's ford." Blanford (top 11%), Blandford (8%), like Blackford (top 5%), Blueford (33%), are popular Bl- prefix surnames. Place name. [Blandford]

Dorian 2 .. .. Picture of Dorian Gray, Dorian was .. Dorryen and forms grew in popularity in 2000 and are almost as popular now. [Dore, Dorien, Dorion, Dorrian, Dorrien, .. 1 more]

Ferrand 3 .. Derivative of Old French word. "Gray haired." Unique. Ferrand, Farand, Farrand (cf. Clayland, Leyland) use the familiar masculine-sounding -and suffix. [Farand, Farrant, Ferrant, .. 1 more]

Floyd 4 .. Source fr. Welsh language. "Gray haired." Floyd has fallen off in favor as a baby name since 1900-1909. See also Cloyd. Anglicization of Lloyd, modified because of ..

Graham 5 .. Root fr. Old English language. "gray homestead." Graeme (upper 94%), Graham (1%) and Grahame (47%) appear commonly as last names. Author Graham Greene .. [Graeham, .. 2 more]

Gray 6 .. "Gray-haired." Prominent, with usage of 0.0297% for Gray and variants as boys' names in 2014, higher than 0.0067% in 2013. Poet Thomas Gray. [Graye, .. 1 more]

Graydon 7 .. .. "son of the gray haired one" .. Graden (upper 22%), Grandone (86%) are common last names similar to Graydon (upper 16%), Grayton (62%). [Grayton]

Grayson 8 .. Based on Old English. "Son of the gray haired man; .. ." Grayston (upper 99%), Gragson (63%) are common surnames similar to Grayson (upper 1%), Graydon (16%). [Graydon, .. 2 more]

Greeley 9 .. From Old English. "Gray meadow." Common as surnames, and Greeley (top 5%), Greelea, etc. are similar to common Gree- last names Greener (top 11%), Greene (1%). Place name, also possibly "green meadow" .. [Greelea, .. 2 more]

Griswold 10 .. Origin fr. Old French, German. "Gray woods." Not in popularity charts. Place name. [Griswald]

Horton 11 .. Derived fr. Old English language. "Gray settlement." A rare children's name, Horton is used more frequently as a last name. Place name .. [Horten, Orton]

Leslie 12 .. Also possibly "the gray castle". Place .. Somewhat common as birth names, Leslie, Les, etc. are similar to the conventional Wes. [Les, .. 5 more]

Lloyd 13 .. Origin fr. Welsh language. "Gray haired; sacred." Lloyd (upper 1%), Floyd (1%), Loyd (2%), like Noyd (upper 39%), Bloyd (18%), are popular -oyd suffix surnames. From Llwyd .. [Floyd, .. 1 more]

Spalding 14 .. .. Performance artist Spalding Gray. Spalding (upper 3%), Spaulding (1%), like Uselding (upper 79%), Baulding (95%), are popular -ding suffix last names. [Spaulding]

Top 1000 baby names ranking of Gray names: Dorian, Floyd, Graham, Grayson, Leslie, Lloyd



Quick Index

Summary of Gray names (and variants) for boys.

Blanford - Spalding
Blanford [1], Dorian [6], Ferrand [4], Floyd, Graham [3], Gray [2], Graydon [1], Grayson [3], Greeley [3], Griswold [1], Horton [2], Leslie [6], Lloyd [2], Spalding [1]

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