New Names

New names and what they mean, for new for men.


Andreas - Brockhoist

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Andreas 1 .. The original New Testament Greek form .. Both a masculine and a feminine name. Fairly unconventional as a baby name, Andreas is found more commonly as a surname.

Athol 2 .. From Gaelic element. "New Ireland." Athol is a rare masculine name. Place name .. [Atholl]

Bartlet 3 .. name with old-money New England connotations. Bartlet is infrequently used as a given name, appearing often (Top 66%) as a surname according to the US Census. See also Bartel. [Bartlett, .. 1 more]

Boden 4 .. From Scandinavian, Old French elements. "Shelter; one who brings news." Favored as a birth name (#992 a year ago), and also used often as a last name. The variation Bodie is generally used as a form of this name. Saint Bodey (16th century) was an .. [Bodey, Bodine, .. 4 more]

Brockhoist 5 .. .. family name in Old New York. A birth name that is not commonly used.

Top 1000 baby names ranking of New names: Andreas, Boden

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Quick Index

Summary of all New names (and variants) for boys.

[Andreas - Brockhoist]
Andreas, Athol [1], Bartlet [2], Boden [6], Brockhoist

[Calvert - Elijah]
Calvert [1], Chauncey [6], Cimarron [3], Clinton [3], Concord, Constantine [10], Dabney [3], Darrien [6], Eleazar [8], Elijah [15]

[Emmanuel - Mario]
Emmanuel [23], Erie, Evangel [7], Fiorello, Gabriel [19], Gamaliel [2], Harmony [1], James [28], Lindsay [12], Mario [3]

[Mark - Newell]
Mark [18], Masefield, Monroe [3], Nashua, Neander, Nelson [10], Neville [5], Newbury [2], Newcomb [1], Newell [3]

[Newland - Seneca]
Newland, Newlin, Newport, Newton, Paul [26], Rudy [3], Rush, Saviero, Savion [2], Seneca

[Skyler - Zuni]
Skyler [9], Tammany, Taos, Trenton [2], Vermont, Wagner [2], Wyandanch, Xavier [12], Zuni

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