Middle Names from Barrett - Booth

Page 3/19. 185 Middle names and what they mean, for middle for males. Listing 16-25.


Barrett 16 Possibly (Middle English) "dispute, argument", (Old German) "bear-strength", or from Barrette (Old French) "cap" .. Usage as a given name for boys is common (#346 a year ago). Barrett is also used frequently as a last name. See also Barrt. [Baret, Barratt, Barrey, .. 5 more]

Bartholomew 17 .. The name was common in the Middle Ages but was not revived in the 19th century, as so many medieval names were .. Usage of Bartholomew as a boys' name is somewhat infrequent. Bartholomew is found more frequently as a last name. [Bart, Bartel, Barthlomeo, Barthold, Bartholome, .. 24 more]

Baxter 18 .. Occupational name and transferred use of the surname, which originated in the Middle Ages. The name Baxter has decreased in favor as a name for baby boys over the years. [Bax, .. 1 more]

Baxley 19 Stems fr. Middle English element. "Baker's meadow." Infrequently used as a baby name, Baxley is used more conventionally as a surname. See also Bayley. [Baxlea, Baxlee, .. 2 more]

Belton 20 Derived fr. Middle English word. "Beautiful town." Belton is a unique male name, appearing commonly (Top 4%) as a last name in the US Census. See also Belden. .. [Bellton]

Benjamin 21 .. In the Middle Ages, it was often given to sons whose mothers had died in childbirth, though it has no such connotations today .. A very commonly used birth name (#12 in 2014) that is also found commonly as a surname. The form Benjiman is commonly used as a version of this name. [Ben, Beniamino, Benjamino, Benjey, Benjiman, .. 24 more]

Birkett 22 Derivative of Middle English language. "Birch coastland." Birkett is a unique men's name, and it appears often (Top 29%) as a surname according to the US Census. .. [Birket, Burket, .. 4 more]

Birkey 23 Stems fr. Middle English language. "Island of birch trees." Infrequently used as a birth name, Birkey is found more conventionally as a surname. See also Birkley. .. [Birkee, .. 2 more]

Bond 24 Derived fr. Middle English, Old English words. "Peasant farmer." Usage is scant as a name for baby boys. Bond exists more conventionally as a surname. See also Boyd. From the Middle English word "bonde" (of German origin) or Old English "bunda" ..

Booth 25 Root fr. Middle English, Scandinavian words. "Dwelling place." Uncommon as a name for baby boys, Booth is found more frequently as a last name. .. [Boot, Boote, .. 2 more]

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