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Boy Names associated with Mountain


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Mountain baby names and what they mean, for mountain, hill, peak, slope, with 125 results. Usage of these boy names reached its highest 21 years ago (usage of 3.1%) and is somewhat lower today (usage 1.8%, 41%), with names like Brent falling out of fashion. The most fashionable boy names in this compilation are Knox (#258), Kendrick (#366), Carmelo (#707), Aron (#739) and Landon (#46), while Berniard (top 68%) and Belmonte (6%) are popular surnames. Here is the list of Mountain names for girls.

Mountain names

Aaron - Cary | Churchill - Erskine | Everest - Howland | Jael - Mackinley | Macy - Pickford | Pike - Tupper | Vermont - Winslow

Aaron - Cary

Root fr. Hebrew language. "Mountain of strength." Amron is also a slightly favored kid's name. From the Hebrew "har on", or .. [Aaran, Aarin, Ahren, Ahron, Airen, Airyn, Aren, Aron, Ronny, .. 28 more]

Stems fr. Hebrew. "Mountain of strength." Aron (top 9%), like Tron (top 47%), Bron (40%), is a common -ron suffix last name. See also Arrin. Spanish, Slavic, and Scandinavian form of ..

Derived fr. Old French word. "The beautiful mountain." Not Top 2000 name. Place name ..

Based on Old French word. "Beautiful mountain." Belmont and Bellmont were not Top birth names in 2015. A place name frequently found in .. [Bellmont]

Derived fr. German. "Mountain." Bergh and variants are hardly found as first names. .. like Kleinberg, small mountain, Goldberg, gold .. [Berger, Burgh, .. 2 more]

Based on Scandinavian, Old German elements. "Lives on the hill; mountain." Compare surnames Berger, Berget. Bergen is a major port city .. [Bergin, Birgin]

.. patron saint of mountain climbers, and .. Bernard has waned in favor as a children's name since the 1920s. [Barnard, Barnhardo, Barny, Bearnard, Bernhardo, Bernie, .. 18 more]

.. place name, referring to Beverly Hills .. Beverly is common as a form. [Beverlea, Beverleigh, .. 2 more]

Stems fr. Old English language. "Hill of birds." Birtle and Bertle are rare as masculine names. Place name. [Bertle]

Based on Old English element. "Broom, gorse hill." Adoption of Brannon and variants was more pronounced in 1994 and is now less, with Brandan becoming less stylish. Refers to the plant .. [Brand, Brandin, .. 6 more]

Top 2000 baby names ranking of Mountain names: Aaron, Aron, Bernard, Beverly, Brandon

Top 2000 baby names ranking of Mountain names: Brent, Bryn, Buell, Cameron, Carmelo, Cary

Derived fr. Old English element. " .. at the slope of the hill." A rare baby name, Brawley occurs more frequently as a last name. Place name. [Brauleigh, .. 6 more]

Origin fr. Cornish, Old French languages. "Hill; borderland." Bray and Brae are not often used as birth names. English surname from Cornish bre "hill" .. [Brae]

Derivative of Old English, Celtic. "Hill, mount." Usage of Brent and variants as baby names in 2015 was up 28.5% compared to 10 years ago. Transferred use of the surname .. [Brendt, Brently, Brenton, .. 7 more]

Root fr. Welsh word. "Hill." Also a girls' name. Adoption of Bryn was common in 1990. .. Welsh place name meaning "big hill" ..

Derivative of Welsh word. "Big hill." Rather quaint as a baby name. Welsh place name.

Derivative of German word. "Hill dweller." Bueller and variants are seldom found as masculine names. Use of surnames like Buell, Buford .. [Buel, Buhler, .. 2 more]

Origin fr. Welsh. "Battle peak." Cadfan was not a Top birth name in 2015. See also Cadman. From "cad ban" ..

.. means "crooked stream" or "crooked hill" .. Cameron, Camren and Kameron are common as versions. [Cam, Camaeron, Kameron, Kamrey, .. 5 more]

Refers to Mount Carmel in Israel .. A familiar birth name (#707 in current list), Carmelo is also found frequently as a surname. [Carmel, Karmello, .. 4 more]

.. Gaelic "love", Welsh "hill fort", or .. Somewhat popular as birth names, Cary, Carey, etc. are pronounced like the popular Corey. [Carey, .. 1 more]

Quick Reference

Summary Index of Mountain names [and variants] for boys.

1. Aaron - Cary
Aaron [37], Aron, Beaumont, Belmont [1], Berg [4], Bergen [2], Bernard [23], Beverly [4], Birtle [1], Brandon [8], Brawley [7], Bray [1], Brent [10], Bryn, Brynmor, Buell [4], Cadfan, Cameron [9], Carmelo [6], Cary [2]

Churchill [1], Cliff [3], Clive [3], Corwin [4], Covell, Cowan [1], Darion [5], Darrien [6], Delmon [2], Denali, Doane [1], Dumont, Dunley [7], Dunlop, Dunmore, Dunstan [3], Dunton, Eldon [1], Eron, Erskine [9]

Everest, Farnell [3], Glen [13], Gordon [4], Goran, Hadden [5], Hallberg [3], Halton [3], Hamilton [4], Harel [2], Harlow [4], Harrell, Hayden [4], Hilary [23], Hill, Hilliard [5], Hilton [1], Houston [4], Howe [1], Howland [2]

Jael [1], Karmel [8], Kendrick [11], Kibo, Kinnard [1], Kipling [1], Kipp [2], Knoll [3], Knox, Landon [5], Langdon [2], Lawford, Lawton [2], Lindberg [3], Litton [4], Livingston [3], Ludlow [1], Lyndon [9], Lytton, Mackinley [3]

Macy [1], Marom [1], Meldon [1], Mervin [8], Minos, Montague [3], Montaine [2], Montana [2], Montgomery [4], Morven [4], Newcomb [1], Odell [3], Olimpio [4], Onslow [2], Orestes [3], Ormond [2], Orpheus [2], Peak, Penn [1], Pickford

Pike [1], Powhatan, Rainer [6], Richmond, Rowdon, Royden [2], Shasta, Sheldon [2], Sherill [1], Sion [1], Slavin [2], Snowden [1], Tabor [5], Tahoma [3], Talfryn [3], Thurlow [1], Torrence [9], Trail [1], Tremont, Tupper

Vermont, Wardell, Weldon [2], Whitelaw [1], Winslow

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