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Mighty Names

16 Mighty names and what they mean, for mighty for baby boys, listing 1-16. Here is the list of Mighty names for girls.

Agamemnon .. Greek mythology: a mighty warrior and hero who commanded the Greeks at the siege of Troy ..
[Agamemno, Agamenon]

Amram .. (Hebrew) "Mighty nation." ..

Aviram .. (Hebrew) "My father is mighty."

Bolivar .. (Spanish, Polish) "Mighty, warlike." ..
[Bolevar, Bollivar]

Conall .. Also possibly from a Gaelic phrase meaning "high and mighty" ..
[Conal, Conn, Connal, Connell]

Donald .. (Scottish, Gaelic) "World mighty." ..

Donnell .. (Scottish, Irish) "World mighty." ..
[Donal, Donell, Donnel, Donnelly]

Farold .. (Old English) "Mighty voyager."

Ido .. (Hebrew, Arabic) "To be mighty."

Meinrad .. (Old German) "Strong or mighty counsel."

Nimrod .. Biblical: Nimrod "the mighty hunter" in Genesis.

Orion .. Greek mythology: Orion was a mighty hunter, the son of Poseidon, who was turned into a constellation ..

Renny .. (Irish, Gaelic) "Small and mighty."

Rickward .. (Old English) "Mighty guardian."
[Rickwerd, Rickwood]

Sagiv .. (Hebrew) "Great, sublime, mighty."

Tully .. (Irish, Gaelic) "Mighty people."
[Tulley, Tullie, Tullis]

Top 1000 baby names ranking of Mighty names: Donald, Donnell, Orion

Donald and Donnell are commonly used names, while Agamemnon, Amram, Aviram, Bolivar, Conall, Farold, Ido, Meinrad, Nimrod, Orion, Renny, Rickward, Sagiv and Tully are rare in comparison. (2000 U.S. Census)

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Anscom .. (Old English) "Valley of the awesome one." ..
[Anscomb, Anscombe, Anscoombe]

Clifford .. Literary: Clifford the Big Red Dog is the hero of many children's books ..
[Cliff, Clyff, Clyfford, Clyford]

Aniketos .. The name has survived in a small way in Catholic countries because of a second-century martyred pope who was later canonized.
[Aniceto, Anicetus, Anisio]

Buell .. Use of surnames like Buell, Buford, and Beauregard as given names come from the custom of naming sons after commanding officers during and after the American Civil War ..
[Buel, Bueller, Buhl, Buhler]


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