Middle English Names

Names of Middle English origin for men. Usage of these boy names was at its apex in the year 1996 (usage of 0.1169%) and is almost as widespread today (usage 0.0997%, down 14.7%), but with names such as Heath, Mitchell, Curtis, Todd and Bailey becoming somewhat outmoded. The most fashionable boy names here are Winston (#538), Barrett (#346), Bronson (#699), Sawyer (#110) and Tate (#388), with Bronson undergoing a rebound in usage.


Armstrong - Barrett

Page 1/8 of 137 Middle English names.

Armstrong 1 .. "Strong fighter." Not in popularity charts.

Aston 2 .. "East town; ash tree settlement." Cross-gender use. Uncommon. Aston, like Williston, Triston, uses the common masculine-sounding -ston ending. .. related to a Middle English personal ..

Avery 3 .. "Elf or magical counsel." Avery (cf. Ulery, Bavery) is a common -ery suffix last name. .. originated in the Middle Ages from .. [Averey, .. 1 more]

Bailey 4 .. "Berry clearing; bailiff; city fortification." Bailey is commonplace as a variant form. .. in the Middle Ages, a bailiff .. [Bail, Bailee, Bailie, Baillee, Baley, Baylee, Bayly, .. 4 more]

Barrett 5 Possibly Middle English "dispute, argument", Old .. Barrett (upper 1%), like Merrett (upper 38%), Burrett (66%), is a common -rett suffix last name. [Baret, Barratt, .. 6 more]

Top 1000 baby names ranking of Middle English names: Avery, Bailey, Barrett

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Summary of Middle English names (and variants) for boys.

Armstrong - Barrett
Armstrong, Aston, Avery [2], Bailey [11], Barrett [8]

Baxter - Burdett
Baxter [2], Baxley [4], Belton [1], Birkett [6], Birkey [3], Bond, Booth [4], Bosley [4], Boston, Boswell, Bosworth, Bourne [7], Bray [1], Brazier [5], Brewster [2], Brock [3], Bronson [6], Brown, Bruno [3], Burdett [1]

Burns - Conrad
Burns [10], Campion [1], Canby [2], Canfield, Carley [1], Carrington [2], Chamberlain [3], Champ, Champion [3], Chance [7], Chancellor [4], Chandler, Chaplin [3], Chapman [3], Chauncey [6], Chuck [1], Coffin [1], Cole [2], Concord, Conrad [10]

Coney - Franklin
Coney, Cope, Covert [1], Covey [1], Cox [2], Creighton [2], Crockett [5], Currier [2], Curtis [6], Darnley, Davis [8], Deforest [1], Dice [1], Drake [4], Ellesmere, Emmet [5], Farrar [6], Fisk [1], Fitch, Franklin [6]

Frayne - Lander
Frayne [5], French, Gabbo, Gaillard [3], Gardner [8], Garrison [1], Geary [2], Heath, Heathcliff, Holmes, Howe [1], Hume [1], Hurst [3], Kemp, Kempton, Kenelm [2], Kidd [1], Ladd [4], Laird, Lander [6]

Lane - Reeve
Lane [2], Lark, Latimer [3], Lodge, Mace [3], Mead [2], Mercer [1], Middleton, Milton [6], Mitchell [4], Mitford, Moore [1], Newbury [2], Osbert, Pell [1], Pollard [3], Prentice [2], Prescott [3], Presley [7], Reeve [4]

Roe - Tennyson
Roe [2], Rover, Salisbury [6], Sanders [5], Sawyer, Sexton, Sherwin [5], Somerby [3], Spencer [2], Springer, Squire [5], Starr, Sterne [4], Stillman, Sudbury [3], Swanton, Tab [3], Tate [3], Taylor [6], Tennyson [1]

Todd - Yeoman
Todd [1], Trey [3], Turner, Twain [2], Waite [3], Warfield, Warford, Warley, Warren [4], Winston [6], Yates [1], Yeoman [1]

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