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Boy Names associated with Obscure

Obscure baby names and what they mean, with 9 results. Adoption of these boy names was at its most widespread during the years 1880-1889 (adoption of 1.5%) and has become much less since (adoption 0.4%, 70%), with names such as Darius becoming less trendy. Jude (#156) and Roman (#102) are two of the more fashionable boy names in this list, while Romen (top 67%) and Dumas (1%) are conventional last names.

Obscure names

Arthur - Roman

ArthurArthur
.. Artorius, which is of obscure origin .. Arthur (compare Augur, Anzur) is a popular -ur suffix last name. [Aart, Arrt, Art, Arthor, Artie, Artro, .. 12 more]

Botolf
An obscure English saint in the .. Batolf and Beautolf are creative forms. [Botolff, Botolph, .. 2 more]

CaesarCaesar
Clan name of obscure meaning, possibly .. Caezar, Casar, Cesare, Cesaro and Cezar are more unusual as variant forms of Caesar. [Caezar, Cesar, Kaiser, Seasar, .. 5 more]

DariusDarius
.. name of an obscure saint who .. Usage of Darius, Derry, etc. as birth names in 2015 was down 1.7% compared to a year ago. [Darias, .. 6 more]

Demas
.. source for the obscure name Deems. Demars (upper 5%), Demus (22%) are common surnames. [Dimas]

Edred
.. name of an obscure tenth century .. Outside Top 2000.

JudeJude
.. novel named "Jude the Obscure" (1895) .. Jude, Judah, etc. became more popular in 2015, gaining +540 positions as boys' names with Judd leading the rise. [Jud, Judah, Judd, Judsen, Judson, .. 1 more]

Nazaire
.. Nazarius was an obscure fourth century .. A seldom-used baby name, Nazaire occurs more often as a last name. [Nasareo, Nasarrio, Nazaro, .. 3 more]

RomanRoman
.. name of several obscure saints and .. Roman is a chic form. [Romain, Romaine, Romanos, Romanus, Rome, .. 2 more]

Quick Reference

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

1. Arthur - Roman
Arthur [Arty, Arto, Artro, Artor, Artur, Artus, Arturo, Artturi, ..], Botolf [Botulf, Botolff, Botolph, Botulph], Caesar [Cesar, Casar, Sezar, Cezar, Seasar, Kaiser, Cesare, Cesaro], Darius [Dario, Derry, Darias, Dariess, Darious, Derrius, Darrius], Demas [Dimas], Edred, Jude [Jud, Judd, Judah, Judas, Judsen, Judson], Nazaire [Nazor, Nazaro, Nazario, Nasareo, Nazarius, Nasarrio], Roman [Rome, Romain, Romano, Romanus, Romaine, Romanes, Romanos]

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