Baby Names of Middle English Origin for Boys
Armstrong - BrockPage 1/7 of 137 Middle English names.
Armstrong 1 .. "Strong fighter." Not in popularity charts.
Aston 2 .. "East town; ash tree settlement." Cross-gender use. Not in popularity charts. .. related to a Middle English personal ..
Avery▲ 3 .. "Elf or magical counsel." Avery (cf. Asbery) is a common -ry suffix last name. .. originated in the Middle Ages from ..
Bailey▼ 4 .. "Berry clearing; bailiff; city fortification." Bailey is commonplace as a variant form. .. in the Middle Ages, a bailiff ..
Barrett▲ 5 Possibly Middle English "dispute, argument", Old .. Barrett has become increasingly popular as a birth name since 1880-1889. See also Garrett.
Baxley 7 .. "Baker's meadow." Not in Top 1000.
Belton 8 .. "Beautiful town." Belton, like the similar Berton, exists more often as a last name. Place name ..
Birkett 9 .. "Birch coastland." Birkett, like the similar Burdett, exists more often as a last name. Place name.
Birkey 10 .. "Island of birch trees." Rare. Birkey (cf. Beverley) ends with the androgynous -ey. Place name.
Bond 11 .. "Peasant farmer." Rare. Bond, like Brand, ends with the androgynous -nd. See also Boyd. From the Middle English word "bonde" ..
Booth 12 .. "Dwelling place." Outside Top 1000. Originally given to someone who lived ..
Bosley 13 .. "Meadow near the woods." Bosleigh and variants are not in the Top 1000. Based on the French word "bois" ..
Boston▲ 14 .. Place name .. Usage of Boston as a baby name in 2014 was up >100% compared to a decade ago. See also Bolton.
Boswell 15 .. "Well near the woods." Not in Top 1000. Place name ..
Bosworth 16 .. "Fenced farm near the woods." Not Top 1000 name. Place name.
Bourne 17 .. "Stream." Not in popularity charts. Place name ..
Brazier 18 .. "Works with brass." Rare, with the -er ending for Brazier, Braizer, etc. like Balfer. Occupational name.
Brewster 19 .. "Brewer." Brewer and variants soared in popularity during 1950-1959 and are less popular today, with Bruce becoming less trendy. Occupational name used as surname and ..
Brock▲ 20 .. "Badger-like." Brock, Broc, etc. became less trendy last year, falling on average -8 positions as boys' names with Brock dropping the most. Transferred use of the surname.
Summary of names (grouped by variations) for Middle English names for boys.Armstrong - Brock
Armstrong, Aston, Avery▲, Bailey▼, Barrett▲, Baxter [Baxley], Baxley, Belton, Birkett, Birkey, Bond, Booth, Bosley, Boston▲, Boswell, Bosworth, Bourne [Burns], Brazier, Brewster, Brock▲Bronson - Chuck
Bronson▲, Brown, Bruno, Burdett, Burns [Bourne], Campion, Canby, Canfield, Carley, Carrington, Chamberlain, Champ, Champion [Champ], Chance▲ [Chauncey], Chancellor [Chance▲], Chandler▲, Chaplin, Chapman, Chauncey [Chance▲], ChuckCoffin - Emmet
Coffin, Cole▲, Concord, Conrad, Coney, Cope, Covert, Covey, Cox, Creighton, Crockett, Currier, Curtis▼, Darnley, Davis▲, Deforest, Dice, Drake▲, Ellesmere, EmmetFarrar - Kempton
Farrar, Fisk, Fitch, Franklin, Frayne, French, Gabbo, Gaillard, Gardner, Garrison, Geary, Grayson▲, Heath▼, Heathcliff, Holmes, Howe, Hume, Hurst, Kemp, KemptonKenelm - Pell
Kenelm, Kidd, Ladd, Laird, Lander, Lane▲, Lark, Latimer, Lodge, Mace, Mead, Mercer, Middleton, Milton, Mitchell▼, Mitford, Moore, Newbury, Osbert, PellPollard - Sudbury
Pollard, Prentice, Prescott, Presley, Reeve, Roe, Rover, Salisbury, Sanders, Sawyer▲, Sexton, Sherwin, Somerby, Spencer▲, Springer, Squire, Starr, Sterne, Stillman, SudburySwanton - Yeoman
Swanton, Tab, Tate▲, Taylor▲, Tennyson, Todd▼, Trey▲, Turner, Twain, Waite, Warfield, Warford, Warley, Warren, Winston▲, Yates, Yeoman