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Noble baby names and what they mean, for noble, aristocratic, earl, duke, with 156 results. These boy names were at the top of their popularity a century ago (adoption of 15.85%) and are now much less widespread (adoption 3.47%, 78.1% less), with names like Albert becoming less in vogue. The most fashionable boy names here are Ace (#418), Easton (#78), Gibson (#944), Lennox (#488) and Nolan (#71), while Fobian (top 77%) and Nilan (27%) are conventional last names. Here is the list of Noble names for girls.

Abelard - Albert | Alger - Barnett | Barnum - Derby | Dudley - Elman | Elmer - Gaston | Gene - King | .. - .. | Seward - York

Abelard - Albert

Top 2000 baby names ranking of Noble names: Ace, Adolph, Alan, Alaric, Albert

Abelard
Source fr. Old German language. "Noble strength." Common as surnames. Compare Abelard (top 68%) and popular -rd surnames Auchard (top 96%), Alfard (87%). From Adalhard .. [Ab, Abel, .. 4 more]

AceAce
.. Also an English surname meaning "noble" .. Acee and Acer are more unusual as versions of Ace. [Acee, .. 3 more]

Acelin
Derivative of French word. "Noble." Acelinne and Aslin are kreatif variations. See also Ashlin.

Acel
Source fr. Old German element. "Noble." Rather quirky as a baby name. See also Asael.

Adal
Derived fr. Old German language. "Noble, precious." Compare surnames Adam (upper 2%), Adas (54%).

Adalfieri
Root fr. German element. "Noble oath." Adalfieri, Adelfieri and Edelfieri are not frequently adopted as boys' names. Italian name. [Adelfieri, .. 1 more]

Adalgiso
Stems fr. Old German element. "Noble, precious promise." Rather unusual as a boys' name. Italian and Spanish name. [Adelgiso, Edelgiso]

Adalhard
Source fr. Old German word. "Noble strength." A peculiar baby name. [Adal, Adalard, .. 2 more]

Adalric
Derivative of Old German language. "Noble, regal ruler." Rare. Adalric, Adelric (cf. Aimeric, Alberic) have the common -ric suffix. [Adalrich, Adalrick, Adelrick, .. 2 more]

Adar
Based on Hebrew element. "Noble." Anar is a marginally prominent birth name. See also Adam.

Addy
Derivative of Teutonic. "Noble." Usage of Addy and forms was more pronounced 135 years ago. Also a short form of Adam. [Addie, .. 3 more]

Adel
Origin fr. Hebrew, Old German words. "Noble." Adel, Adal and Edel are rarely found as first names. More familiar as a part of .. [Adal, Edel]

Adelmar
Root fr. Old German language. "Noble, famous." Rare, with the unconventional androgynous -mar suffix, like Alamar.

Adney
Derived fr. Old English language. "The noble's island." Rare, with the -ey suffix, like Andrey, Amerey. See also Arney. Place name.

AdolphAdolph
Root fr. Old German language. "Noble, majestic wolf." Somewhat atypical as a children's name, Adolph occurs more frequently as a surname. [Ad, Addolph, Adolf, Dolph, .. 9 more]

AlanAlan
.. such as Alan, Earl of Brittany .. Al, Alen, Allen and Allyn are prevalent as variant forms of Alan. [Ailean, Al, Aland, Alen, Allan, Allayne, Allie, Allon, Allyn, Alun, .. 15 more]

Alard
Based on Old German. "Noble strength." Usage of Al and forms was more pronounced during 1900-1909, but now, Al has become less fashionable. [Adlar, Adlard, .. 2 more]

AlaricAlaric
From Old German. "Noble, regal ruler." A familiar birth name. .. son of a duke who turned .. [Al, Alarick, Aleric, Allerick, .. 10 more]

Albern
Derivative of Old German element. "Noble courage." Unique. Albern is not listed in the US Demographics. See also Alvert.

AlbertAlbert
Origin fr. Old English word. "Noble, bright." A highly familiar boys' name (#440 in recent rankings), Albert is also found commonly as a last name. From an Old French name, Albert .. [Abert, Adalbert, Adelbrecht, Al, Albrekt, Allie, Alvertos, Aubert, Delbert, Ulbricht, .. 17 more]

Quick Reference

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

1. Abelard - Albert
Abelard [6], Ace [4], Acelin, Acel, Adal, Adalfieri [2], Adalgiso [2], Adalhard [4], Adalric [5], Adar, Addy [4], Adel [2], Adelmar, Adney, Adolph [13], Alan [25], Alard [4], Alaric [14], Albern, Albert [27]

2. Alger - Barnett
Alger [9], Alison [6], Allard [5], Alston [5], Andrew [49], Aneirin [2], Ansel [2], Anthony [32], Arthur [17], Ashley [16], Ashraf, Athelstan, Athol [1], Auberon [4], Audey [1], Autry [1], Aylmer [6], Aylward, Barek, Barnett [8]

3. Barnum - Derby
Barnum [1], Baron [4], Bohemond [2], Brian [14], Bruce [2], Campbell [1], Caradoc [1], Cecil [4], Chamberlain [3], Clarence [12], Conan [4], Cosmo [3], Courtney [4], Dace [3], Darcy [4], De- [39], Delbert [4], Delvin [9], Dempsey [1], Derby [2]

4. Dudley - Elman
Dudley, Duke, Earl [10], Earland [1], Earlham, Earlston [1], Early [4], Easton, Edel [4], Edgar [12], Edsel, Edward [27], Efigenio [5], Egerton [1], Elbert [1], Ellard [2], Ellington, Ellsworth [2], Ellwood [1], Elman

5. Elmer - Gaston
Elmer [6], Elrad [3], Elwood [2], Eoghan [2], Erland [2], Erling, Errol [6], Esme [4], Ethelbert [2], Ethelred [1], Ethelwulf [3], Ethelwin [2], Eugene [24], Fabian [22], Fakhri, Fitzpatrick, Franklin [6], Fremont, Gardner [8], Gaston [2]

6. Gene - King
Gene [3], Gibbes [4], Gibson [8], Gino [3], Godwin [10], Grady [5], Granville [4], Greville [1], Guaire, Hakon [9], Hamilton [4], Herbert [10], Hobart [5], Howard [2], Hugh [14], Jarl [1], Keefe [1], Keith, Kerem, King

7. Lafayette - Robert
Lafayette, Lennox [1], Leopold [3], Lord, Majid [2], Marmaduke [2], Marquis [15], Montgomery [4], Moore [1], Mortimer [3], Nabil [1], Najib [3], Noble, Nolan [5], Osei, Paddy [4], Patrick [25], Percy [3], Plantagenet, Robert [30]

8. Seward - York
Seward [2], Seymour [4], Snowden [1], Talbet [4], Tempest [1], Thomas [24], Uncas, Vane, Vere, Vernon [9], Villiers, Wasim, Wellington, Windsor [2], Yevgeny [1], York [3]

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