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Island baby names and what they mean, for island, isle, with 57 results. Usage of these boy names reached its apex during the years 1910-1919 (USAGE OF 0.7%) and has become significantly lower since (USAGE 0.3%, 52.2%), with names like Herbert falling out of fashion. Easton (#66) is the most chic birth name among these, while Berkey (TOP 6%) and Edney (10%) are common surnames. Here is the list of Island names for girls.

Island names

Adney - Ennis | Ernan - Lisle | Lyle - Wyandanch

Adney - Ennis

Derivative of Old English. "The noble's island." Popular as last name. Compare Adney (TOP 20%) with popular -ey surnames Agey (TOP 74%), Alley (2%). See also Adnet. Place name.

The Isle of Arran is off .. Less common today. Arron was the version last listed (2010) in the Top 2000. [Arron, .. 2 more]

.. name for an island in Washington .. Not in popularity charts. [Baynebridge, .. 4 more]

Based on Middle English element. "Island of birch trees." Not in popularity charts. Place name. [Birky, Birkie, .. 1 more]

Derivative of Old English language. "Island with the brook." Burney (TOP 3%), Birney (12%), Birnie (27%) and Burnie (60%) exist regularly as surnames. Place name. [Burnie, Birnie, .. 2 more]

Derived fr. Old English language. "Dark island; white island." Blakeney, Blakenie and Blakeny are unusual as baby names. Place name .. [Blakeny, Blakenie]


.. for the Scottish Isle of Bute .. Boyd is commonplace (UPPER 40%) as a masculine name, whereas Boid is intermittently used. [Boid]


From Old English word. "Island of the brook." Somewhat atypical as a boys' name, Burney exists more frequently as a last name. Place name. [Burnie, Beirnie, .. 1 more]

.. monastery on Bardsey Island in the .. Caofan and Carfan are creative variations. See also Cadan.

.. be seen in the British Isles. Cairon is a moderately common boys' name. [Kairns, Kairne, Cairns, Cairne, .. 1 more]

Top 2000 baby names ranking of Island names: Boyd, Burney, Calum, Conan, Easton, Ennis


.. on the Scottish island of Iona .. Popularly used, with usage of 0.023% for Calum and variants as birth names in 2016, higher than 0.023% in 2015. [Colum, Colm, .. 1 more]


.. missionary on the Isle of Man .. Con (UPPER 47%), Conan (55%), Conant (4%), Conn (2%) and Connie (39%) appear frequently as last names. [Connie, Conant, .. 2 more]

The largest island in the West .. Compare surnames Cubi (UPPER 92%), Cuban (86%). See also Cabe.

Root fr. Old English word. "Wide island." Outside Top 2000. Short form of Sydney.

Root fr. Old English element. "Wide island." Cross-gender use. Rare, with the androgynous -ey suffix, like Corley. Variant of Sydney ..

.. a tiny Greek island that was .. Usage of Deli and forms was more pronounced a century ago. [Delos, Delios, .. 1 more]


.. English phrase meaning "island of stones" .. Easton has become progressively more popular as a boys' name since the 1880s. See also Eaton.

From Old English word. "Island settlement." Eatton and variants are unusual as birth names. Place name. [Eyton, .. 2 more]

.. mostly on the island of Sardinia .. Efisio was not a Top birth name in 2016.


Derived fr. Gaelic language. "Island." Less popular today. Ennis was the variant last found (the 1970s) in the Top 2000. .. built on an island, in County .. [Enis]

Quick Reference

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

1. Adney - Ennis
Adney, Arran [Arron, Arrin, Arren], Bainbridge [Bain, Bayne, Baynbridge, Banebridge, Baynebridge], Birkey [Birky, Birkie, Birkee], Birney [Birny, Burnie, Burney, Birnie], Blakeney [Blakeny, Blakenie], Boyd [Boid], Burney [Burnie, Beirnie, Beirney], Cadfan, Cairn [Kairn, Kairns, Kairne, Cairns, Cairne], Calum [Colm, Colum, Callum], Conan [Con, Conn, Connie, Conant], Cuba, Cyd, Cydney, Delius [Deli, Delos, Delios], Easton, Eaton [Eton, Eyton, Eatton], Efisio, Ennis [Enis]

Ernan [Ernin, Eirnin], Finbar [Fionn, Finnbar, Finnbarr, Fionnbarr, Fionbharr, Fionnbharr, ..], Gardner [Gardie, Gardnar, Gardnard, Gardiner, Gardener, Gardenner, ..], Gorham, Halsey [Halsy, Hallsy, Hallsey], Herbert [Herb, Herbie, Herbert, Heribert, Herberto, Heriberto, ..], Hockney [Hockny], Holmes, Hume [Hulme], Innes [Ines, Innis, Ennis, Inniss, Inness], Ion [Eion], Itamar [Ittamar, Ithamar], Javan [Jayvon, Jayven, Jayvern], Kauai [Kawai], Kelsey [Kelsy, Kelsie], Kit [Kitt], Kodiak, Largo, Lindsay [Linzy, Linsey, Linsay, Lyndsie, Lyndsey, Lyndsay, ..], Lisle [Lyle, Lysle, Lyell, Lyall]

Lyle [Lysle, Lyell, Lyall, Lisle], Mackinac, Neckarios [Nektario, Nectaire, Nektarius, Nectarius, Nectarios], Newport, Pitney [Pittney], Ramsay [Ramzi, Ramzey, Ramsey], Rhodes [Rodas, Rhodas, Rhoads], Rodney [Rodnie, Rodnee], Sicily [Sicilly], Skerry, Skye [Sky, Skie], Stepney [Stepny], Sutherland [Southerland], Sydney, Thurston [Torston, Torsten, Thursten, Thurstan, Thorsten, Thurstain, ..], Whitney, Wyandanch

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