Obscure Names

Obscure names and what they mean, for obscure for men. Usage of these boy names was at its peak in 2013 and it has remained as widespread to this day, but with names like Darius and Arthur becoming less fashionable. Roman (#113) and Jude (#162) are two of the more fashionable baby names in this compilation, with Jude having a rebound in usage.

Arthur - Demas

Page 1/2 of 9 Obscure names.

Arthur 1 .. His name was first found in the Latin form Artorius, which is of obscure origin .. Arthur is a prevalent (Top 4%) given name, and it occurs often (Top 1%) as a surname in the US Census. The form Artie is generally used as a variation of this name. [Aart, Art, Arte, Arthor, Artie, .. 12 more]

Botolf 2 .. An obscure English saint in the seventh century who founded a monastery in England, which is thought to have been in the Lincolnshire town of Boston. Botolf is a sparsely used given name. [Botolff, Botolph, Botulph, .. 1 more]

Caesar 3 .. Clan name of obscure meaning, possibly from "caesaries" .. Somewhat uncommonly used as a name for babies, occurring more often as a last name. The form Cesar is generally used as a variation of Caesar. [Caezar, Cesar, Cesaro, Kaiser, Sezar, .. 4 more]

Darius 4 .. Also the name of an obscure saint who was martyred at Nicaea .. Darius is commonly occurring (Top 50%) as a given name, appearing often (Top 50%) as a surname in the US Census. The variation Dario is commonplace as a form of the name. [Darias, Dario, Darrius, Derry, .. 3 more]

Demas 5 .. May possibly be the source for the obscure name Deems. Demas is irregularly used as a masculine name, occurring commonly (Top 26%) as a last name according to the US Census. See also Denis. [Dimas]

Top 1000 baby names ranking of Obscure names: Arthur, Caesar, Darius

1 page left with 4 names. View the next page >> for more baby boy names from Edred to Roman.

Quick Index

Summary of all Obscure names (and their variants) for boys.

[Arthur - Demas]
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 - Roman]
Edred, Jude [Jud, Judd, Judah, Judas, Judsen, Judson], Nazaire [Nazor, Nazaro, Nazario, Nasareo, Nazarius, Nasarrio], Roman [Rome, Romain, Romano, Romanus, Romaine, Romanes, Romanos]