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Mountain baby names and what they mean, for mountain, hill, mount, peak, slope.

Usage of these boy names reached its highest during 1940-1949 (usage of 0.08%) and is almost as widespread today (usage 0.06%, 28%), but with names like Brent, Aron, Hilton, Hilliard and Hamilton falling out of fashion. The most fashionable boy names in this compilation are Knox (#286), Kendrick (#334), Cameron (#53), Aaron (#50) and Landon (#43), with Aaron and Landon having a rebound in popularity. Yaron (top 50%) and Kindrick (19%) are popular surnames.

Here is the list of Mountain names for girls.


pinAaron - Cary

Page 1/7 of 125 Mountain names.

Top 1000 baby names ranking of Mountain names: Aaron, Aron, Bernard, Beverly, Brandon

Aaron 1 .. Root fr. Hebrew language. "Mountain of strength." Aaronai, Aaton and Anron are kreatif variations. From the Hebrew "har on", or .. [Aaran, Aarin, Ahren, Ahron, Airen, Airyn, Aren, Aron, Ronny, .. 28 more]

Aron 2 .. Stems fr. Hebrew. "Mountain of strength." Ranked in Top 1000. See also Arrin. Spanish, Slavic, and Scandinavian form of ..

Beaumont 3 .. Derived fr. Old French word. "The beautiful mountain." Rare. Beaumont, like Brennt, ends with the androgynous-sounding -nt. Place name ..

Belmont 4 .. Based on Old French word. "Beautiful mountain." Outside Top 1000. A place name frequently found in .. [Bellmont]

Berg 5 .. Derived fr. German. "Mountain." Common as surnames, and Berg (upper 1%) is comparable to common surname Gerg (upper 45%), which also ends with -erg. .. like Kleinberg, small mountain, Goldberg, gold .. [Berger, Burgh, .. 2 more]

Bergen 6 .. Based on Scandinavian, Old German elements. "Lives on the hill; mountain." Unusual, with the androgynous -en suffix for Bergen, like Brayden. Bergen is a major port city .. [Bergin, Birgin]

Bernard 7 .. .. patron saint of mountain climbers, and .. Somewhat widely used as children's names, Bernie, Bernard, etc. are comparable to the popular Bennie. [Barnard, Barnhardo, Barny, Bearnard, Bernhardo, Bernie, .. 18 more]

Beverly 8 .. .. place name, referring to Beverly Hills .. Beverly is common as a form. [Beverlea, Beverleigh, .. 2 more]

Birtle 9 .. Stems fr. Old English language. "Hill of birds." Birtle and Bertle are rare as masculine names. Place name. [Bertle]

Brandon 10 .. Based on Old English element. "Broom, gorse hill." Prevalent, with the -don suffix for Brandon, like Braddon. Refers to the plant .. [Brand, Brandin, .. 6 more]

Top 1000 baby names ranking of Mountain names: Brent, Cameron, Carmelo, Cary

Brawley 11 .. 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]

Bray 12 .. Origin fr. Cornish, Old French languages. "Hill; borderland." Not Top 1000 names. English surname from Cornish bre "hill" .. [Brae]

Brent 13 .. Derivative of Old English, Celtic. "Hill, mount." Popular. Brent, Brennt (cf. Beaumont) have the -nt suffix. Transferred use of the surname .. [Brendt, Brently, Brenton, .. 7 more]

Bryn 14 .. Root fr. Welsh word. "Hill." Also a girls' name. Not Top 1000 name. .. Welsh place name meaning "big hill" ..

Brynmor 15 .. Derivative of Welsh word. "Big hill." Rather quaint as a baby name. Welsh place name.

Buell 16 .. Derivative of German word. "Hill dweller." Buell, like the similar Butler, occurs more often as a surname. Use of surnames like Buell, Buford .. [Buel, Buhler, .. 2 more]

Cadfan 17 .. Origin fr. Welsh. "Battle peak." Cadfan was not a Top birth name in 2014. See also Cadman. From "cad ban" ..

Cameron 18 .. .. means "crooked stream" or "crooked hill" .. Cameron, Camren, Camron, Kameron and Ron are common as versions. [Cam, Camaeron, Kameron, Kamrey, .. 5 more]

Carmelo 19 .. refers to Mount Carmel in Israel .. Carmel (upper 15%), Carmelo (42%), Karmel (42%) and Carmello (53%) occur regularly as surnames. [Carmel, Karmello, .. 4 more]

Cary 20 .. Gaelic "love", Welsh "hill fort", or .. Somewhat popular as birth names, Cary, Carey, etc. are pronounced like the popular Corey. [Carey, .. 1 more]



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Summary of Mountain names (and variants) for boys.

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 - Erskine
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 - Howland
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 - Mackinley
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 - Pickford
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 - Tupper
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 - Winslow
Vermont, Wardell, Weldon [2], Whitelaw [1], Winslow

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