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Noble baby names and what they mean, for noble, aristocratic, duke, earl, 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 3.44%, 78.3% LESS), with names like Albert becoming less in vogue. The most fashionable boy names here are Ace (#333), Easton (#66), Gino (#1030), Lennox (#444) and Nolan (#65), while Fobian (TOP 77%) and Nilan (27%) are conventional last names. Here is the list of Noble names for girls.

Noble names

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

Abelard - Albert

Abelard
Stems fr. Old German language. "Noble strength." Common as surnames. Compare Abelard (TOP 68%) and popular -rd surnames Auchard (TOP 96%), Alfard (87%). From Adalhard .. [Abelardo, .. 5 more]

Ace

Ace
.. Also an English surname meaning "noble" .. Ace and variants became more popular in 2016, gaining +85 rankings as birth names with Ace gaining the most. [Acie, Acey, Acee, .. 1 more]

Acelin
Derived fr. French language. "Noble." Acelyn is a slightly favored kid's name. See also Ashlin.

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

Adal
Root fr. Old German element. "Noble, precious." Compare surnames Adam (UPPER 2%), Adas (54%).

Adalfieri
Origin fr. German language. "Noble oath." Adalfieri, Adelfieri and Edelfieri are not frequently adopted as boys' names. Italian name. [Edelfieri, Adelfieri]

Adalgiso
Derivative of Old German language. "Noble, precious promise." Rather unusual as a boys' name. Italian and Spanish name. [Edelgiso, .. 1 more]

Adalhard
Derived fr. Old German element. "Noble strength." Less used today. Adelard was the variation last listed (1910-1919) in the Top 2000. [Adellard, Adalard, .. 2 more]

Adalric
Origin fr. Old German language. "Noble, regal ruler." Acelric and Adalred are creative forms. [Adelrick, Adelrich, Adalrich, .. 2 more]

Adar
From Hebrew. "Noble." Unusual, with the favored -ar suffix, like Alamar, Allvar. See also Adam.

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

Addy
Stems fr. Teutonic word. "Noble." Addy (UPPER 8%), Ade (14%), Addie (21%) and Adi (42%) occur commonly as last names. Also a short form of Adam. [Ado, Adi, .. 2 more]

Adel
Source fr. Hebrew, Old German. "Noble." Adel, Adal and Edel are rarely found as first names. More familiar as a part of .. [Edel, .. 1 more]

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

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

Adolph

Adolph
Based on Old German. "Noble, majestic wolf." Somewhat atypical as a children's name, Adolph occurs more frequently as a surname. [Dolphus, Adolpho, Adollf, Adolfo, Adolf, Addolf, .. 8 more]

Alan

Alan
.. such as Alan, Earl of Brittany .. Al, Alen, Allen and Allyn are prevalent as variant forms of Alan. [Alyn, Alon, Allyn, Allin, Alleyn, Alanson, Alann, Aland, Alair, Alain, .. 15 more]

Alard
Root fr. Old German. "Noble strength." Al is a commonly occurring (UPPER 36%) masculine name, while Alard, Adlar, Adlard and Aliard are uncommonly used. [Aliard, Al, .. 2 more]

Alaric

Alaric
Based on Old German. "Noble, regal ruler." Allerick and forms were favored as birth names in the 1900s and are now less common, with Al falling out of fashion. .. son of a duke who turned .. [Ulrick, Ulrich, Ullrich, Allerick, Alleric, Aleric, Alarico, .. 7 more]

Albern
Based on Old German language. "Noble courage." Unique. Albern is not listed in the US Demographics. See also Alvert.

Albert

Albert
From Old English element. "Noble, bright." A highly familiar boys' name (#474 IN RECENT RANKINGS), Albert is also found commonly as a last name. From an Old French name, Albert .. [Ulbricht, Elbert, Bertie, Bert, Aubert, Alvertos, Albrecht, Albie, Albertus, Al, .. 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]


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]


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]


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


Elmer [6], Elrad [5], 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]


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


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]


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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