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Home baby names and what they mean, for home, estate, house, cottage, with 118 results. These boy names were at the height of their popularity during the years 1890-1899 (adoption of 5.8%) and are now significantly less widespread (adoption 1.78%, 69.3%), with names like Earl becoming somewhat dated. The trendier boy names here are Graham (#176), Beckett (#218), Beckham (#359), Titus (#281) and Walker (#341), while Bickham (top 6%) and Bodan (62%) are familiar last names. Here is the list of Estate names for girls.

Home names

Agamemnon - Bethel | Boden - Constantine | Covert - Halton | Hamilton - Macy | Mansel - Sinbad | Skyler - Zebulon

Agamemnon - Bethel

Agamemnon
.. when he came home from the .. Uncommon. Compare Agamemnon, Agamenon with common surnames Amerson (upper 4%), Agaton (64%), which also end with -on. [Agamemno, Agamenon]

Ainsworth
Source fr. Old English. "Ann's estate." Amasworth and Anasworth are creative forms. Place name. [Answorth]

AkivaAkiva
Root fr. Hebrew element. "Protect, shelter." Unisex name. Less widespread today. Akiva was last recorded in 2014 in the Top 2000. Also variant of Yaakov.

AlanAlan
.. services with vast estates in the .. Allain (top 9%), Allan (2%), Allen (1%), Alley (2%) and Alleyne (6%) exist commonly as last names. [Ailean, Al, Alain, Alann, Alin, Allain, Alleyn, Allin, Alon, Alyn, .. 15 more]

Alcott
Root fr. Old English. "The old cottage." Uncommon. Alcott, Allcott, Alkott (cf. Ascott, Abott) ends with -ott. Place name. [Alcot, .. 3 more]

Almanzo
Famous from the "Little House" books .. Outside Top 2000. See also Almando.

AmerigoAmerigo
Stems fr. Italian, Old German elements. "Home ruler." A somewhat offbeat boys' name. .. variant of Henry meaning "home ruler" .. [America, Amerikus, .. 4 more]

AndreasAndreas
.. to protect his home, and this .. Popular as a birth name, Andreas is similar to the popular Andres. Cross-gender use.

Ardley
From Old English language. "Home lover's meadow." Ardley, Ardsly, etc. are not often adopted as birth names. Place name. [Ardly, Ardsly, .. 1 more]

Arrigo
Derivative of Italian. "Home ruler." Not in popularity charts. See also Arrio. Variant of Amerigo (Old German).

Top 2000 baby names ranking of Home names: Akiva, Alan, Amerigo, Andreas, Ashby

Top 2000 baby names ranking of Home names: Baron, Beckett, Beckham, Bethel

Ascot
Stems fr. Old English. "Eastern cottage." Outside Top 2000. Place name .. [Ascott, .. 2 more]

Asgard
The eternal dwelling place of the .. Unique, with the common androgynous -ard suffix, like Adelard.

AshbyAshby
Origin fr. Old English element. "Ash tree home." Well-used, with usage of 0.163% for Ashby and variants as boys' names in 2015, higher than 0.147% the previous year. Place name. [Ash, .. 4 more]

Atley
.. lived in a house near, or .. Not that common as a baby name, Atley exists more often as a last name. [Atlea, .. 5 more]

Barnum
.. derived from "Baron's home". In America .. Barnum and Barnham are uncommon as birth names. [Barnham]

BaronBaron
.. serve in the House of Lords .. Barron (upper 1%), Barr (1%), Baron (1%) and Barren (18%) are found often as surnames. [Baronicio, Barr, Barren, Barron]

BeckettBeckett
From Old English word. "Beehive or bee cottage." Adoption of Beckett as a birth name in 2015 was up significantly compared to the previous decade. Gender-neutral name. Probably an occupational name ..

BeckhamBeckham
Derived fr. Old English element. "Homestead by the stream; Becca's homestead." Beckham became more trendy in 2015, rising +127 rankings as a baby name to reach #359. Place name ..

Berkeley
.. suburb that is home to a .. Berkeley, like the similar Burk, occurs more often as a surname. [Bar, Berkie, Berkley, .. 10 more]

BethelBethel
Root fr. Hebrew element. "House of God." Less popular today. Bethel was the form last recorded (the 1930s) in the Top 2000. Biblical .. [Betuel]

Quick Reference

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

1. Agamemnon - Bethel
Agamemnon [2], Ainsworth [1], Akiva, Alan [25], Alcott [4], Almanzo, Amerigo [6], Andreas, Ardley [3], Arrigo, Ascot [3], Asgard, Ashby [5], Atley [6], Barnum [1], Baron [4], Beckett, Beckham, Berkeley [13], Bethel [1]


Boden [6], Booth [4], Boston, Bravo [2], Brigham [3], Buchanan, Burnaby, Burroughs [1], Butler [1], Carvell [3], Chamberlain [3], Chesley [5], Chesney [4], Chester [3], Chetwin [4], Cobb [1], Cobden [1], Cobham [1], Concord, Constantine [10]


Covert [1], Cranford [1], Crofton [3], Delphin [8], Donald [1], Drury [3], Earl [10], Eden [7], Ellsworth [2], Endicott [1], Enrique [3], Factor, Fargo, Fulton, Gardner [8], Gilby [4], Graham [4], Grosvenor [1], Hal, Halton [3]


Hamilton [4], Hamlet [5], Hamlin [4], Hammond, Hampden, Hampton [1], Hank, Harry [3], Heimrich, Heinrich [3], Heinz [3], Hendrick [1], Henry [36], Howard [2], Imre [3], Isham, Langhorne [1], Langley [4], Lodge, Macy [1]


Mansel [1], Nestor [4], Olimpio [4], Parnell [2], Pelham [1], Peyton [2], Prescott [3], Prince [5], Quimby [1], Quincy [3], Refugio, Rochester [3], Ruston [4], Salem, Saviero, Savion [2], Seymour [4], Shelby [2], Sherwood [2], Sinbad [1]


Skyler [9], Stewart [2], Stuart [2], Taft, Tilton, Titus [2], Ulric [6], Usher [1], Walcott [3], Walker, Warren [4], Westbrook [5], Westcott [3], Wolcott, Wole, Woodrow [1], Xavier [12], Zebulon [5]

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