Alaire - Blythe
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Alaire 1 .. Stems fr. Latin element. "Cheerful." Scarcely used as a boys' name. See also Adaire. .. [Alair, Helier, Hilary, Lary, .. 2 more]
Asher▲ 2 .. Derivative of Hebrew element. "Happy." Asher is an infrequently used male name, and it occurs commonly (Top 3%) as a last name according to the US Census. See also Ashur. .. [Ash, Asser]
Benvenuto 3 .. In Italy, often refers to the joy at birth of a long-awaited child .. A seldom-used name for babies that is used more conventionally as a surname. The variation Bienvenido is prevalent as a variant form of this name. [Bienvenido]
Bliss 4 .. Derivative of Old English element. "Intense happiness." Unique as a given name, existing more frequently as a surname. A name applicable for both men and women.
Blythe 5 .. Stems fr. Old English language. "Blithe, cheerful, carefree." Rarely used as a birth name, Blythe is used more frequently as a surname. Unisex name. .. [Bligh, Blithe]
Summary of all Happy names (and variants) for boys.
[Alaire - Blythe]
Alaire [Lary, Larie, ..], Asher [Ash, Asser], Benvenuto [Bienvenido], Bliss, Blythe [Bligh, Blithe]
[Caius - Gay]
Caius [Keys, Keyes, ..], Ellery [Elrey, Ellerey], Epicurus, Faine [Fain, Fane], Faust [Fausto, Faustus, ..], Felix [Pelike, Fleicien, ..], Gaillard [Galliard, Gaillardet], Gaius [Keys, Keyes, ..], Gale [Gaile, Gayle, ..], Gay
[Gilam - Kay]
Gilam, Gilon [Gil, Gili], Gladwin [Gladwyn, Gladwynne], Hani, Harshad, Helgi [Helje, Helji], Hilary [Ilario, Illario, ..], Ilario, Jay [Jeh, Jayronn, ..], Kay [Kai, Keh]
[Keyes - Tait]
Keyes [Key, Keys], Masos, Oron, Osher, Radimir, Rufaro, Saad, Said [Saeed], Simcha [Simha], Tait [Tate, Tayte]
[Tate - Woyzeck]
Tate [Taitt, Tayte], Timothy [Tymothy, Tymoteusz, ..], Woyzeck [Wojtek, Wozzeck]