Aaron - EamonPage 1/4 of 77 President names.
Aaron▲ 1 .. .. American Vice President Aaron Burr; baseball .. Aaronau and Auaaron are kreatif forms. [Aaran, Aaronas, Aharon, Arek, Aronne, Arron, Ayron, Haroun, Ron, .. 28 more]
Abraham▲ 2 .. .. Abraham Lincoln was president and even .. Abriam (upper 92%) is a popular last name similar to Abram (upper 4%), var.. [Ab, Abarran, Abey, Abie, Abramo, Brahm, Bram, Ebrahim, .. 14 more]
Andrew 3 .. .. American Presidents Andrew Jackson and Andrew .. Andrew, Anders, Andre, Andres, Andy and Drew are in the Top 1000. [Adem, Aindreas, Andrea, Andreas, Andrei, Andrej, Andres, Andrews, Andros, Andruw, .. 39 more]
Anwar 4 .. .. famous by Egyptian President Anwar Sadat. Gender-neutral name. Anwar is not a Top 1000 name.
Barack 5 .. .. American President Barack Obama. Not Top 1000 names. [Barak, Barrak]
Bartlet 6 .. The liberal, scholarly President on the .. Bartlet, like the similar Bartley, occurs more usually as a last name. [Bartlett, Bartlitt]
Benjamin 7 .. .. American President Benjamin Harrison; jazz musician .. Common, with the favored androgynous -in suffix for Benjamin, Venyamin, etc. like Bronsin. [Ben, Benjamon, Benjee, Benjey, Benji, Benjie, Benjimen, Benno, Benny, Benyamin, .. 19 more]
Burr 8 .. .. by Jefferson's Vice President Aaron Burr .. Less used today. Burr last appeared in the 1890s in the Top 1000. See also Barra.
Butler 9 .. .. was an influential president of Columbia .. Unusual, with the -ler suffix for Butler, Buttler like Bueller. [Buttler]
Calhoun 10 .. .. American statesman, Vice President under Andrew .. Outside Top 1000. [Callhoun, .. 2 more]
Calvin 11 .. .. American President Calvin Coolidge; composer Calvin .. Calvin, Calvino, etc. became more trendy in 2014, rising +13 positions as children's names with Calvin rising the most. [Cal, .. 3 more]
Carter▲ 12 .. Former President Jimmy Carter; football player .. Popular, with usage of 0.3243% for Carter and variants as birth names in 2014, higher than 0.3227% the previous year. [Cartier, .. 1 more]
Charles 13 .. .. French president Charles de Gaulle; author .. Carlos and Charlie (+8) are chic versions undergoing rebound. [Carel, Carlos, Carroll, Chad, Charls, Charlton, Chip, .. 20 more]
Chester 14 .. .. President Chester Arthur; newscaster Chet Huntley. Chester and Chet are familiar as variations. [Chess, Chet, .. 1 more]
Cleveland 15 .. .. named after American President Grover Cleveland .. Cleveland is a commonly occurring (top 45%) male name. [Cleavon, .. 5 more]
Clinton 16 .. .. American President Bill Clinton; actor Clint .. Clint (top 35%) and Clinton (20%) are commonly occurring as given names, whereas Clintt and Klint are sparsely used. [Clint, .. 2 more]
Davis▲ 17 .. .. Confederate President Jefferson Davis; actor Brad .. Adoption of Davis and variants as children's names in 2014 was 23.9% less than 10 years ago. [Dave, Davidson, Davies, Davy, Dayson, .. 3 more]
Delano 18 .. .. American President Franklin Delano Roosevelt. Delano is a rarely used masculine name, existing frequently (upper 4%) as a last name. See also Delane.
Dwight 19 .. .. two Yale University presidents, and by Dwight soared in popularity in the 1950s and has become less widespread, with Dwight becoming less in vogue.
Eamon 20 .. .. Irish President Éamon de Valera. Rare, with the -on suffix for Eamon, Amon, etc. like Elson. [Amon, Eames, .. 5 more]
Summary of President names (and variants) for boys.Aaron - Eamon
Aaron▲ [Ron, Ronny, Haroun, Ronnie, ..], Abraham▲ [Bram, Brahm, Ebrahim, Ibrahim, ..], Andrew [Ondrei, Ondrej, Ohnrey, Ondrey, ..], Anwar, Barack [Barak, Barrak], Bartlet [Bartlett, Bartlitt], Benjamin [Yemin, Yamin, Yamino, Venyamin, ..], Burr, Butler [Buttler], Calhoun [Colhoun, Callhoun, Colquhoun], Calvin [Cal, Kalvin, Vinnie, Calvino], Carter▲ [Cartier, Cartrell], Charles [Karol, Karoly, Karolik, Karolek, ..], Chester [Chet, Chess, Cheston], Cleveland [Cleon, Cleve, Clevon, Cleavland, ..], Clinton [Klint, Clint, Clintt], Davis▲ [Davy, Daviss, Dayson, Dayton, ..], Delano, Dwight, Eamon [Eames, Eaman, Eamann, Eamonn, ..]Fargo - James
Fargo, Ferdinand [Nandy, Nando, Hernan, Hernando, ..], Fidel [Fido, Fidelo, Fidelix, Fidello, ..], Francis [Pancho, Paquito, Panchito, Proinsias, ..], Franklin [Frank, Franklyn, Franklynn, Franklinn, ..], Gamaliel [Gmali, Gamliel], Garfield [Gary, Garry], George [Ygor, Yorik, Yurik, Yorick, ..], Gerald▼ [Jerri, Jerry, Jerold, Jerrold, ..], Grant [Grantham, Grantley], Grover, Hamlin [Hamlyn, Hamlen, Hamblin, Hamelin], Harding [Hardinge], Harry▼ [Hal, Harrie, Heimrich], Hayes▲ [Hays], Herbert [Herb, Herbie, Heribert, Heriberto, ..], Hubert [Hubie, Uberto, Ulberto, Humberto, ..], Hussein [Husain, Husayn, Husein, Hussain], Jackson▲ [Jax, Jaxen, Jaxon, Jaxson, ..], James [Jimbo, Jimmy, Seamus, Jimmie, ..]Jefferson - Quincy
Jefferson [Jeffie, Jeffey, Jeffers, Jeffersson], John [Zane, Vanya, Yanno, Yanni, ..], Johnson [Jonson, Johnston], Kennedy [Canady, Kenedi, Kennady, Kennedey], Kenyatta, Kwame [Kwami, Kwamina], Lincoln▲ [Linc, Link], Lyndon [Lynden, Lyndale, Lyndell, Lyndall, ..], Mackinley [Mckinley, Mckinlay, Mackinlay], Madison [Maddy, Madyson, Madisyn, Madisson], Martin [Marty, Marton, Martyn, Morten, ..], Millard [Milward, Millerd, Millward], Monroe [Monro, Munro, Munroe], Nelson▼ [Nils, Niles, Nilson, Nilsson, ..], Nixon▲, Obama, Odysseus [Odysse], Oswald [Ozzy, Oswin, Ozzie, Waldo, ..], Prescott [Prescot, Prestcot, Prestcott], Quincy▲ [Quin, Quinsy, Quincey]Rhodes - Zachary
Rhodes [Rodas, Rhoads, Rhodas], Richard [Ryszard, Ritchyrd, Ritsherd, Ritshard, ..], Ronald▼ [Ronn, Ronny, Ronnie, Ronello, ..], Roosevelt, Rutherford [Rutherfurd], Spiridon [Spiro, Spiros, Spyros, Spyridon, ..], Taft, Taylor▲ [Tayler, Zailor, Zaylor, Zaylour, ..], Theodore [Tudor, Todor, Theodosios, Theodosius, ..], Thomas [Tommy, Tommey, Tommie, Tommaso, ..], Truman [Trumann, Trueman, Trumaine], Warren [Ware, Waring, Warrin, Warriner], Washington, William [Wim, Wilmot, Wilson, Wilmott, ..], Wilson▼ [Willson], Woodrow [Woody], Zachary▲ [Zak, Zakari, Zakary, Zackery, ..]