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Large baby names and what they mean, for large, tall, big, giant, with 72 results. These boy names were at the peak of their popularity 45 years ago (ADOPTION OF 3.8%) and are now much less common (ADOPTION 1.1%, DOWN 70%), with names like Brad becoming less stylish. Anakin (#912), Enzo (#330), Langston (#691) and Talon (#612) are four of the more fashionable baby names among these, while Broadley (TOP 35%) and Braud (6%) are popular last names.

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Anakin - Clifford | Cornell - Hall | Harvey - Rio | Saguaro - Zipkiyah

Anakin - Clifford

Stems fr. American word. "Tall, giant." Anikin is also a somewhat common boys' name. Invented name by George Lucas for .. [Ani]

.. name of a giant red star .. Unconventional. Compare Antares and popular -res last names Anzures (UPPER 16%), Agres (85%). See also Andres.

.. to the famous large purple dinosaur. Less popular today. Barney was the version last found (the 1980s) in the Top 2000. [Barny, Barnie]

A large coarse fern. Author Michael .. Bracken is seldom used as a birth name. Cross-gender use.

Origin fr. Old English. "Broad, wide." Unconventional, with usage of 0.005% for Brad and Bradd as boys' names in 2015, higher than 0.004% the previous year. Also used as a short form .. [Bradd]

Derivative of Old English element. "Broad spreading oak." Not that prominent as a children's name, Braddock is found more often as a surname. See also Craddock.

Derived fr. Old English word. "Broad ford." Sparing use, with usage of 0.005% for Bradford and variants as children's names in 2015, lower than 0.008% a year ago. Transferred use of the surname and .. [Brad, .. 2 more]

Based on Old English. "Broad meadow." Adoption of Bradley, Bradleigh, etc. as baby names in 2015 was 3.9% more than a year ago. Transferred use of the surname and .. [Lee, Brad, .. 7 more]

.. Irish byname possibly meaning "large chested". Brady is a commonly occurring (top 47%) men's name. [Braydie, Bradey, .. 4 more]

.. name of the largest country in .. Rather quaint as a children's name, Brazil exists more conventionally as a last name. [Brasil]

Top 2000 baby names ranking of Large names: Anakin, Barney, Brad, Bradford, Bradley

Top 2000 baby names ranking of Large names: Brady, Bryn, Bubba, Caspian, Christopher, Clifford

.. Welsh place name meaning "big hill" .. Unisex name. A moderately untypical children's name, Bryn occurs more frequently as a last name.

Root fr. Welsh language. "Big hill." Brynmor is unique as a boys' name. Welsh place name.

.. nickname, usually for someone rather large .. Bubba is irregularly used as a men's name, existing regularly (top 96%) as a surname.

.. is also a tall military hat .. Bushy (TOP 43%), Bushby (45%) are common surnames. [Bussby, Busbey, .. 2 more]

.. Sea is the largest inland body .. Adoption of Caspian as a birth name in 2015 was up 17.4% compared to a year ago. See also Cassian.

Root fr. Greek element. "Large fish or sea monster." Not in Top 2000. See also Cletus. Latinized form of kętos ..

.. post in a large royal or .. Not in Top 2000. [Chambers, .. 2 more]

.. one of the largest Native American .. Not Top 2000 name.

.. story of a giant who made .. Usage of Christopher, Cristovano, etc. as baby names in 2015 was 46% less than 2005. [Topher, Stoffel, Kristofel, Kitt, Cristoforo, Christos, Christophoros, Christoforus, Christoffer, Chris, .. 22 more]

.. Clifford the Big Red Dog is .. A familiar children's name (#1241 IN RECENT RANKINGS), Clifford is also found conventionally as a last name. [Clyford, .. 3 more]

Quick Reference

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

1. Anakin - Clifford
Anakin [Ani], Antares, Barney [Barny, Barnie], Bracken, Brad [Bradd], Braddock, Bradford [Brad, Bradfurd, Braddford], Bradley [Lee, Bradly, Bradlie, Bradney, ..], Brady [Braedy, Braidy, Braydie, Braidie, ..], Brazil [Brasil], Bryn, Brynmor, Bubba, Busby [Busbee, Busbey, Busbie, Bussby], Caspian, Cetus, Chamberlain [Chambers, Chambellan, Chamberlin], Cherokee, Christopher [Tobal, Topher, Stoffel, Krzysztof, ..], Clifford [Cliff, Clyff, Clyford, Clyfford]

Cornell [Corney, Cornel, Cornall], Coster, Cox [Coxe, Coxey], Cuba, Dai, Danube [Donau], Davenport, Deodar, Dunmore, Enzo [Enzio], Erez, Factor, Farquhar [Farquar, Farquarson, Farquharson], Fenris, Francis [Pancho, Paquito, Panchito, Proinsias, ..], Goliath [Golyath, Golliath], Grant [Grantham, Grantley], Grantland [Grantly, Grantley, Grantleigh], Granville [Granvil, Granvile, Granvill, Grenville], Hall

Harvey [Herv, Harvy, Herve, Hervey, ..], Jared [Jerod, Jerrad, Jerred, Jerrod, ..], Jeroboam, Kentaro, Kinnard [Kinnaird], Lang [Lange], Langston [Langton, Langsden, Langsdon], Langward, Largo, Leith, Linden [Lindo, Lindon, Lynden, Lyndon], Long [Lang], Longfellow, Montaro, Moreland [Morland, Moorland], Plato [Platon], Pollard [Poll, Pollerd, Pollyrd], Pollock [Pollack, Polloch], Raven [Ravinn, Rayven, Rayvin], Rio [Reo]

Saguaro [Seguaro], Sainsbury [Sainsberry], Stuart [Steward, Stewart], Tahoe, Talon [Tallan, Tallen, Tallin, Tallon, ..], Tamir, Taro, Tay, Vesuvio, Wellington, Ymir, Zipkiyah

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