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Boy Names associated with Just


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Just baby names and what they mean, for just, judge, law, righteous, with 56 results. These boy names reached the apex of their popularity 125 years ago (ADOPTION OF 4.84%) and are somewhat less conventional today (ADOPTION 2.58%, 46.7%), with names such as Reginald becoming somewhat outmoded. The more fashionable baby names among these are Gideon (#328), Eli (#53), Jude (#156), Samson (#622) and Justus (#866), while Daniell (TOP 9%) and Denn (12%) are conventional surnames. Here is the list of Judge names for girls.

Just names

Acim - Giustino | Haidar - Ragnar | Randi - Zedekiah

Acim - Giustino

Origin fr. Hebrew word. "God will judge." Alim is a somewhat popular birth name. [Ahim, Achim]

Based on Arabic element. "Righteous, fair." Adil (cf. Assil, Auvil) is a common -il suffix surname. [Adiel, .. 1 more]

Root fr. Hebrew word. "God is just." Addy, Adley and Atli are more unconventional as variations of Adlai. Aramaic contracted form of the Hebrew .. [Atli, Adley, Addy, Addie, .. 2 more]

.. a minor official of the law. A familiar baby name (#1503 IN 2015), Bailey also exists commonly as a last name. [Bayly, Baylee, Baily, Bailie, Bailee, .. 6 more]

.. British politician Bonar Law. Bonar (upper 8%), Bonnar (36%) and Bonner (1%) occur frequently as last names. [Bonner, .. 1 more]

.. of military science, law, and literature .. Cormack and variants were favored by parents less than a decade ago and are almost as common now. [Cormick, .. 1 more]

Root fr. Hebrew element. "Judge; God is my judge." Dan and Dann became less trendy in 2015, falling -159 positions as boys' names with Dan falling the most. Biblical .. [Dann]

Stems fr. Hebrew word. "God is my judge." Dan (upper 8%), Dane (7%), Daniel (1%), Daniele (11%) and Danko (6%) exist commonly as last names. Biblical .. [Deiniol, Dantrell, Danko, Danilo, Danil, Daneal, Dane, Danal, .. 12 more]

.. name also means "law" in Hebrew .. Dean, Deane and Dino are generally used as forms. [Dino, .. 4 more]

Stems fr. Old English. "Judge's child." Not that prominent as a baby name, Deems is found more conventionally as a last name. See also Demos.

Top 2000 baby names ranking of Just names: Adlai, Bailey, Cormac, Dan, Daniel

Top 2000 baby names ranking of Just names: Dean, Dennis, Earl, Eli, Ewald

Top 2000 baby names ranking of Just names: Ewing, Gideon

Stems fr. Old English element. "One who judges." Dempster is rarely adopted as a birth name. Gossip columnist Nigel Dempster.

.. a judge of Athens who was .. Prominent, with usage of 0.054% for Dennis and variants as baby names in 2015, higher than 0.054% a year ago. [Diot, Dion, Denys, Denny, Dennison, .. 12 more]

.. Chief Justice of the American Supreme .. Unconventional, with usage of 0.007% for Earl and variants as boys' names in 2015, higher than 0.005% the year before. [Rollo, Erryl, Errol, Earlie, .. 6 more]

.. "brow" or ail "just like", combined .. Elewyn and Emilwyn are creative forms. See also Elwynn.

.. a priest and judge who brought .. Ely (upper 2%), Elie (9%), Eli (12%), Eloi (50%) and Eloy (76%) exist commonly as last names. [Heli, Ely, .. 3 more]

Based on Old German, Old English words. "Law powerful." Less widespread today. Ewell was the variant last recorded (the 1950s) in the Top 2000. From eo wald. [Ewell, Evaldo, Evald, .. 1 more]

Source fr. Old English language. "Law friend." Ewin, Ewing and Ewynn are hardly found as masculine names. Also a variant of Euan .. [Ewynn, .. 1 more]

Stems fr. Arabic. "Distinguisher, judge." Rather unusual as a children's name. [Faruqh, Faruq, .. 1 more]

A hero and judge of Israel .. Gideon has grown increasingly popular as a birth name since the 1920s. [Hedeon, Gidon, .. 2 more]

Source fr. Italian, Latin. "Just, fair." Giustino, Giustiniano, etc. are seldom found as men's names. Variant of Justin. [Giusto, Giustiniano, Giustinian]

Quick Reference

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

1. Acim - Giustino
Acim [Ahim, Achim], Adil [Adeel, Adiel], Adlai [Ad, Addy, Atli, Addie, Adley, Atlee], Bailey [Bayly, Baily, Baley, Baylee, Bayley, Baillie, ..], Bonar [Bonnar, Bonner], Cormac [Cormack, Cormick], Dan [Dann], Daniel [Danny, Danya, Danyal, Danyel, Deiniol, Dantrell, ..], Dean [Deen, Dino, Dene, Deyn, Deane], Deems, Dempster, Dennis [Dion, Deon, Diot, Dionysus, Dionisio, Dionysius, ..], Earl [Irl, Erle, Errol, Erryl, Rollo, Erroll, ..], Eilwyn, Eli [Ely, Elie, Eloi, Eloy, Heli], Ewald [Evald, Euell, Ewell, Evaldo], Ewing [Ewin, Ewynn], Farouk [Faruq, Farooq, Faruqh], Gideon [Gidi, Gidon, Hedeon, Gideone], Giustino [Giusto, Giustinian, Giustiniano]

Haidar [Hyder, Haider, Hayder, Haydar], Harlan [Harlen, Harlin, Harlyn, Harland, Harlenn, Harlynn], Harry [Hal, Harrie, Heimrich], Hugh [Huw, Ugo, Shug, Ugolin, Hugues, Shuggie, ..], Jadon [Jaedon, Jaeden, Jaiden, Jaidin, Jayden, Jaydon, ..], Job [Joab, Jobe, Joby], Jude [Jud, Judd, Judah, Judas, Judsen, Judson], Justice [Justyce], Justin [Justo, Justus, Justis, Justyn, Justino, Justinus, ..], Justus [Justis], Kipling [Kippling], Lamont [Lamond, Lemond, Lammond, Lamonte], Leviticus, Lexus, Lidon [Ledon, Leedon], Marshall [Marsh, Marshal, Marschal, Marshell, Marischal, Marischall], Martin [Marty, Martyn, Marton, Morten, Martinos, Martinus, ..], Moses [Moss, Mosie, Mozes, Mosiah, Moyses, ..], Nemesio, Ragnar [Rainer, Rayner, Raynor, Reiner, Regner, Rainier]

Randi, Rashad [Rashod, Rashaad], Reginald [Ronald, Reynold, Rinaldo, Reynolds, Reynaldos, Rheinallt, ..], Rei [Reizo], Renjiro, Rudyard, Samson [Sam, Shem, Sansom, Sanson, Sansone, Sampson], Samuel [Shem, Sammy, Sammie, Samwell, Samuele, Samuello], Taft, Teiji [Teijo], Thurgood, Ty [Tye], Uriel, Warren [Ware, Waring, Warrin, Warriner], Zadok [Zadoc, Zaydok], Zedekiah [Zed, Zedekias, Zedechiah]

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