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Kingdom Names for boys
13 Kingdom names and what they mean, for kingdom for baby boys, listing 1-13.
Alan .. 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 ..
Andrew .. The "Saint Andrew's Cross", representing Scotland, appears on the flag of the United Kingdom ..
Athol .. The Duke of Atholl, in Scotland, is the only citizen of the United Kingdom entitled to maintain his own private army.
Boris .. The name was borne by a ninth century ruler of Bulgaria who converted his kingdom to Christianity ..
Cedric .. It appears to be from Cerdic, the name of the traditional founder of the kingdom of Wessex ..
Essex .. There was a kingdom of Essex in Anglo-Saxon England.
Fife .. Originally a Scottish surname for someone from the ancient Kingdom of Fife ..
Francis .. France was originally the kingdom of the Franks ..
Hannibal .. Name of a great general of Carthage, a kingdom in North Africa ..
March .. In Italy, "le marche" was a territory between two ancient kingdoms ..
Navarro .. The name of a medieval kingdom in Spain ..
Pagan .. Pagan the Butler (11th century) was a Crusader lord in the Latin Kingdom of Jeruusalem.
Savoy .. There was a kingdom a Savoy whose descendants are the rulers of Italy ..
Alan, Andrew, Boris, Cedric and Francis are commonly used names, while Athol, Essex, Fife, Hannibal, March, Navarro, Pagan and Savoy are rare in comparison. (2000 U.S. Census)
Dakota .. (Native American Indian) "Friend, ally." ..
Berkeley .. In America probably most famous as the San Francisco suburb that is home to a branch of the University of California ..
Aden .. Also a place name for a region of South Yemen, formerly a British colony ..
Bourbon Place name: county in Kentucky where the liquor is made ..
Courtney .. (Old French) "Domain of Curtis." ..
Virginius .. Mainly used in old Virginia families, and as reference to the state known as the Old Dominion rather to virginity.
Abraham .. The name was used from the 16th century, and various early saints of the Eastern Roman Empire also bore this name ..
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