Middle English Names

Names of Middle English origin for males. Usage of these boy names reached its highest in 1996 and it is almost as widespread today, but with names like Heath, Mitchell, Curtis, Todd and Bailey becoming somewhat dated. The most trendy baby names in this list are Winston (#538), Barrett (#346), Bronson (#699), Sawyer (#110) and Tate (#388), with Bronson having a resurgence in popularity.


Armstrong - Barrett

Page 1/15 of 137 Middle English names.

Armstrong 1 .. "Strong fighter." Unusual as a given name, existing more frequently as a last name.

Aston 2 .. "East town; ash tree settlement." Uncommon as a birth name for males, Aston is used more frequently as a last name. Also suitable as a girls' name. Also possibly related to a Middle English personal name Astanus .. .. Famous for an English sports car, the Aston Martin.

Avery 3 .. "Elf or magical counsel." Both a masculine and a feminine name. The name Avery has increased in popularity over time. Transferred use of the surname, which originated in the Middle Ages from a Norman French pronunciation of Alfred .. [Averey, .. 1 more]

Bailey 4 .. "Berry clearing; bailiff; city fortification." A somewhat infrequently used name for babies that is used more commonly as a surname. Name used for both boys and girls. Occupational name: in the Middle Ages, a bailiff was a minor official of the law. [Bail, Baileigh, Baillie, Baylee, .. 7 more]

Barrett 5 Possibly (Middle English) "dispute, argument", (Old German) "bear-strength", or from Barrette (Old French) "cap" .. .. Transferred use of the surname, used as a given name mostly in the 19th century, probably due to the fame of English poet Elizabeth Barrett Browning. Usage as a boys' name is common (#346 a year ago). Barrett is also found frequently as a last name. See also Barrt. [Baret, Barratt, Barrey, .. 5 more]

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

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Quick Index

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

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

[Baxter - Boswell]
Baxter [2], Baxley [4], Belton [1], Birkett [6], Birkey [3], Bond, Booth [4], Bosley [4], Boston, Boswell

[Bosworth - Burdett]
Bosworth, Bourne [7], Bray [1], Brazier [5], Brewster [2], Brock [3], Bronson [6], Brown, Bruno [3], Burdett [1]

[Burns - Chance]
Burns [10], Campion [1], Canby [2], Canfield, Carley [1], Carrington [2], Chamberlain [3], Champ, Champion [3], Chance [7]

[Chancellor - Conrad]
Chancellor [4], Chandler, Chaplin [3], Chapman [3], Chauncey [6], Chuck [1], Coffin [1], Cole [2], Concord, Conrad [10]

[Coney - Darnley]
Coney, Cope, Covert [1], Covey [1], Cox [2], Creighton [2], Crockett [5], Currier [2], Curtis [6], Darnley

[Davis - Franklin]
Davis [8], Deforest [1], Dice [1], Drake [4], Ellesmere, Emmet [5], Farrar [6], Fisk [1], Fitch, Franklin [6]

[Frayne - Holmes]
Frayne [5], French, Gabbo, Gaillard [3], Gardner [8], Garrison [1], Geary [2], Heath, Heathcliff, Holmes

[Howe - Lander]
Howe [1], Hume [1], Hurst [3], Kemp, Kempton, Kenelm [2], Kidd [1], Ladd [4], Laird, Lander [6]

[Lane - Mitchell]
Lane [2], Lark, Latimer [3], Lodge, Mace [3], Mead [2], Mercer [1], Middleton, Milton [6], Mitchell [4]

[Mitford - Reeve]
Mitford, Moore [1], Newbury [2], Osbert, Pell [1], Pollard [3], Prentice [2], Prescott [3], Presley [7], Reeve [4]

[Roe - Springer]
Roe [2], Rover, Salisbury [6], Sanders [5], Sawyer, Sexton, Sherwin [5], Somerby [3], Spencer [2], Springer

[Squire - Tennyson]
Squire [5], Starr, Sterne [4], Stillman, Sudbury [3], Swanton, Tab [3], Tate [3], Taylor [6], Tennyson [1]

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

[Yates - Yeoman]
Yates [1], Yeoman [1]

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