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2 Majestic names and what they mean, for majestic for baby boys, listing 1-2.
Adolph .. (Old German) "Noble, majestic wolf." ..
Wapiti .. The name refers to the pale rump and tail of the American elk, a majestic deer that lives in national parks.
Adolph is a commonly used name, while Wapiti is rare in comparison. (2000 U.S. Census)
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Abednago .. Nabu was the Babylonian god of wisdom ..
Barnett .. Also possibly from the English aristocratic title "baronet" ..
Anscom .. (Old English) "Valley of the awesome one." ..
Leonardo .. Name borne by artist Leonardo da Vinci, who is considered to be one of the most brilliant and creative men who ever lived ..
Ashraf .. (Arabic) "More distinguished."
Fakhri .. (Arabic) "Pround, elegant, glorious."
Alta .. (Latin) "High, elevated." ..
Howell .. (Welsh) "Eminent, remarkable." ..
Adel .. (Hebrew, Old German) "God is eternal." ..
Achiram .. (Hebrew) "My brother is exalted."
Abelard .. Made famous by the 12th-century French philosopher Pierre Abelard, who fell in love with and seduced his student Heloise ..
Saville .. Savile Row in London is the worldwide source for fine men's tailoring.
Androcles .. (Greek) "Glorious man." ..
Adonis .. (Greek) "Extremely good looking, handsome." ..
Cosmo .. Saint Cosmos, a martyr, was patron saint of the Italian city of Milan, and the name was further spread there by the fame of Cosimo de' Medici, Grand Duke of Tuscany and one of the chief patrons of the Italian Renaissance ..
Abbott .. Also, the name may have originated as a teasing nickname for a man with the grave and pious attitude associated with an abbot ..
Darcy .. Literary: Jane Austen named the haughty hero of "Pride and Prejudice" "Mr. Darcy", with connotations of Norman aristocracy.
Cid .. El Cid was a heroic Spanish knight of the 11th century whose story is told in numerous medieval epics.
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