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Holy baby names and what they mean, for holy, sacred, divine, exalted, with 60 results. These boy names reached the apex of their popularity in the 1930s (ADOPTION OF 3.36%) and are now much less common (ADOPTION 1.03%, 69%), with names like Hiram going out of style. Eli (#53), Ali (#325), Anson (#803) and Zain (#714) are four of the more trendy names for newborns here, while Conoway (TOP 80%) and Alo (24%) are popular surnames. Here is the list of Holy names for girls.

Holy names

Ahiram - Eli | Elwyn - Nevin | Oleg - Zimran

Ahiram - Eli

Derived fr. Hebrew. "My brother is exalted." Airam is a somewhat common birth name. [Achiram]

Source fr. Arabic element. "High, exalted." Adoption of Ali and Alia as children's names in 2015 was up 5.5% compared to the previous year. Ali was the name of the .. [Alia]

.. to be a divine drink which .. Unconventional, but Amrit is comparable to popular last names Arbit (UPPER 84%), Adsit (15%), which also end with -it. See also Amit.

.. Ann or son of the divine .. Adoption of Anson and variants as birth names in 2015 was a lot more than a decade ago. [Hanson, Ansson, .. 1 more]

Derivative of Anglo German language. "Holy, powerful." Not in popularity charts. [Archerd]

.. purity, peace, and the Holy Spirit .. Callum, Colm, etc. are barely found as male names, and Callum appears frequently (upper 27%) as a last name. [Colum, .. 2 more]

.. the day the Holy Family took .. Candelareo, Candelaro, Candelerio and Candelero are more novel as variant forms of Candelario. [Candelero, Candelareo, .. 2 more]

From Spanish, Greek. "Sacred name." Chairo, Hairo, etc. are seldom found as male names, and Chiro occurs commonly (upper 100%) as a last name. A variant of Jerome, via Hieronimo. [Hiro, .. 2 more]

.. The first Holy Roman Emperor seventh .. Widely used, with usage of 0.71% for Charles, Carl, etc. as boys' names in 2015, though lower than 0.717% the previous year. [Karoly, Karel, Chip, Chas, Charly, Charls, Chad, Caryl, Cary, Carel, .. 17 more]

From Welsh, Irish, Gaelic elements. "Holy river; hound of the plain." Conwy is more uncommon as a version of Conway. Place name and surname .. [Conwy]

Top 2000 baby names ranking of Holy names: Ali, Anson, Calum, Candelario, Charles

Top 2000 baby names ranking of Holy names: Conway, Dante, Delvin, Devin, Eli

.. time, wrote "The Divine Comedy", notable .. Dante (upper 57%) and Donte (85%) are prevalent as given names. [Donte, Dontay, Dontae, .. 4 more]

.. island that was sacred to the .. Deli (top 60%), Delius (67%) and Delos (75%) exist regularly as surnames. [Delos, Deli, .. 1 more]

Source fr. Old English, Irish words. "Godly friend; proud friend; bright friend." Delvin, Delvon, Delwin and Delwyn are commonly used as forms. [Delwynn, Delwyn, Delvon, Dellwin, .. 5 more]

Stems fr. Hindi, Sanskrit words. "Divine wood." Deodar is not in the Top 2000. The name of a tall species ..

Stems fr. Hindi language. "Divine." Deval and Deven became less popular in 2015, dropping -253 positions as birth names with Deven falling the most. The Sanskrit root "deva" means "god". [Deven]

.. the French "divin", meaning "divine, perfect". Popular as baby names, Devin, Devynn, etc. sound like the common Tevin. [Devynn, .. 4 more]

From Irish, Gaelic, Old French languages. "Divine." Devine is unusual as a boys' name. See also Devinn.

.. wyn meaning "white, fair, blessed, holy". Eilnio and Eliwyn are creative variations. See also Ailwyn.

.. wyn meaning "white, fair, blessed, holy". Rare. Eirwyn, similar to Eldwyn, Erwyn, has the -wyn ending.

.. A holy name that was popular .. A highly familiar baby name (#53 IN RECENT RANKINGS), Eli also occurs frequently as a last name. [Heli, Elie, .. 3 more]

Quick Reference

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

1. Ahiram - Eli
Ahiram [Achiram], Ali [Alia], Amrit, Anson [Annson, Ansson, Hanson], Archard [Archerd], Calum [Colm, Colum, Callum], Candelario [Candelaro, Candelero, Candelareo, Candelerio], Chairo [Hiro, Chiro, Hairo], Charles [Karl, Karol, Karel, Karoly, Karolek, Karolik, ..], Conway [Conwy], Dante [Donte, Dantay, Dantel, Dontae, Dontay, Daunte], Delius [Deli, Delos, Delios], Delvin [Delvon, Delwin, Delwyn, Delevan, Dellwin, Delwynn, ..], Deodar, Deval [Deven], Devin [Dev, Devon, Devyn, Devinn, Devynn], Devine, Eilwyn, Eirwyn, Eli [Ely, Elie, Eloi, Eloy, Heli]

Elwyn [Elwin, Elwynn], Esbjorn [Esbern, Asbjorn], Eskel [Eskil, Askel, Askell], Frey, Galahad [Galath], Geronimo [Heronimo, Jeronimo, Herinomos, Jeronimus, Hieronimo, Hieronymus], Gwyn [Wyn, Gwin, Guinn, Gwynn, Gwinn, Gwynedd], Hakon [Hako, Hacon, Hagan, Hagun, Hakan, Hagen, ..], Hale [Hayle], Halley, Halliwell [Hallowell, Hallewell, Helliwell], Harun [Haron, Haroon, Haroun], Hieronymos [Hierome, Hieronim, Hieronimos, Hieronymus], Hiram [Hi, Hy, Hyram, Hirom, Hyrum], Holiday [Holliday], Jerome [Jerry, Jeromo, Jerron, Jerrome, Jerrone, Jeronimo, ..], Joram [Jorim], Ken [Kenny, Kennan, Kennie, Kenney], Lloyd [Loyd, Floyd], Nevin [Nev, Nevan, Neven, Niven, Nevon, Nevins]

Oleg, Palmer [Palmar, Pallmer, Palmerston], Percival [Percy, Percey, Purcell, Perceval, Percivall, Percevall, ..], Remedio, Saint, Sami, Sancho [Sanche, Sancos, Sanzio, Sanctio, Sauncho], Santo [Sante], Simeon [Sima, Shimon, Simyon], Socorro, Svatomir, Temple [Templar, Templer], Theon, Tibor, Valentine [Vallen, Valentyn, Valentin, Valentino, Valentinus, Valentinian, ..], Valerian [Valery, Valerio, Valerien, Valerius, Valeryan], Wyn, Zain, Zelig [Zelik, Selig, Zeligman], Zimran

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