Alan - Cedric
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Alan▲ 1 .. Introduced into England by Breton followers of William the Conqueror, such as Alan, Earl of Brittany, who was rewarded for his services with vast estates in the newly conquered kingdom .. Alan is a conventional (Top 7%) given name, occurring often (Top 26%) as a surname in the US Census. The forms Allie and Al are commonplace as variations of the name. [Ailean, Al, Alair, Alann, Alanson, .. 20 more]
Andrew 2 .. The "Saint Andrew's Cross", representing Scotland, appears on the flag of the United Kingdom .. Favored as a birth name (#22 a year ago), and also existing somewhat often as a last name. The variations Drew, Andreas and Andre are generally used as forms of Andrew. [Adem, Aindreas, Anders, Andonia, Andras, .. 44 more]
Athol 3 .. The Duke of Atholl, in Scotland, is the only citizen of the United Kingdom entitled to maintain his own private army. A birth name for boys that is rarely used. [Atholl]
Boris 4 .. The name was borne by a ninth century ruler of Bulgaria who converted his kingdom to Christianity .. Boris is conventional (Top 70%) as a masculine name, occurring commonly (Top 13%) as a last name according to the US Census. See also Baris. [Boriss, Borja, Borys, .. 1 more]
Cedric▼ 5 .. It appears to be from Cerdic, the name of the traditional founder of the kingdom of Wessex .. Cedric is frequently occurring (Top 32%) as a given name. The variations Sedrick and Rick are commonplace as forms of this name. [Caddaric, Cedrick, Cedro, Rickey, Sedric, .. 6 more]
Summary of all Kingdom names (and their variants) for boys.
[Alan - Cedric]
Alan [Alyn, Alon, Alun, Allie, Allin, Allyn, Allon, Alleyne, ..], Andrew [Ondre, Ohndre, Ondrey, Ondrei, Ondrej, Ohnrey, Mandrew, Ohndrae, ..], Athol [Atholl], Boris [Borja, Borys, Boriss, Borris], Cedric [Rick, Cedro, Ricky, Cedrik, Sedrik, Sedric, Rickey, Sedrick, ..]
[Essex - Savoy]
Essex, Fife [Fib, Fyfe], Francis [Paco, Pancho, Paquito, Pacorro, Panchito, Frascuelo, Frasquito, Proinsias, ..], Hannibal, March [Marzo, Marcio], Navarro [Navarre], Pagan, Savoy