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Raven baby names and what they mean, for raven, crow, with 29 results. Usage of these boy names was at its most widespread 1 year ago (ADOPTION OF 0.2%) and has remained as conventional to this day (ADOPTION 0.2%, 4% LESS), but with names like Crawford becoming less fashionable. Corbin (#221), Draven (#861), Korbin (#594) and Remington (#299) are four of the more fashionable baby names in this list, while Bartrum (TOP 38%) and Branon (24%) are common last names.

Raven names

Bartram - Korbin | Ramsay - Waldron

Bartram - Korbin

Bartram
From Scandinavian word. "Bright raven." Bartram (cf. Ballam, Balram) is a common -am suffix last name. The raven was consecrated to Odin .. [Barthram]

Beltran
.. (Old French, Old German) "bright raven" .. Beltran, Beltrano and Bertran are seldom found as men's names. [Bertran, .. 1 more]

Bertram

Bertram
From Old French, Old German. "Bright, famous raven." Bertram has fallen off in favor as a children's name since the 1910s. .. Ravens were traditional symbols of wisdom .. [Bertrum, Beltran, .. 11 more]

Bertrand

Bertrand
Stems fr. Old French, Old German words. "Bright raven." Adoption of Bertrando and forms peaked 95 years ago. Medieval French variant of Bertram, brought .. [Bertrando]

Brainard
Source fr. Old English. "Courageous raven." A rare children's name, Brainard is found more commonly as a last name. [Braynard, Brainerd]

Bram
Root fr. Scottish, Irish, Gaelic elements. "Raven." Bram (UPPER 20%), Bramm (73%), Bran (12%) and Brann (6%) occur regularly as surnames. .. The raven has historically stood for .. [Brann, .. 2 more]

Bramwell
Origin fr. Old English. "Raven well." Bramwell, like the similar Brandell, exists more often as a surname. Place name .. [Branwyll, Branwill, .. 4 more]

Branley
Root fr. Old English. "Raven meadow." Braxley is a marginally prominent boys' name. Place name. [Branly, .. 3 more]

Brannon

Brannon
An elaboration of "bran", meaning "raven". Brannon and forms rose in popularity 17 years ago. [Brannen, Branna]

Corbett

Corbett
Stems fr. Norman French word. "Young crow." Corbett (UPPER 1%), Corby (9%) and Corbet (23%) appear often as surnames. [Corby, Corbet]

Top 2000 baby names ranking of Raven names: Bertram, Bertrand, Brannon, Corbett, Corbin

Top 2000 baby names ranking of Raven names: Crawford, Draven, Fay, Ingram, Korbin

Corbin

Corbin
.. a nickname meaning "crow" in Anglo .. Corbett (UPPER 1%), Corbin (1%), Corbitt (4%), Corby (9%) and Cory (4%) exist frequently as last names. [Korbyn, Korbin, Corbitt, Corbett, .. 8 more]

Corbinian
Root fr. Latin word. "Crow, raven." Not in popularity charts. From "corvus" ..

Corvin
Origin fr. Latin element. "Raven." Corvin is an irregularly used first name, existing frequently (UPPER 15%) as a last name. See also Corrin. From Corvinus.

Crawford

Crawford
Based on Old English element. "Ford of the crows." Crawford and Crawfurd are scarce masculine names, and Crawford is found regularly (TOP 1%) as a surname. Place name. [Crawfurd]

Draven

Draven
.. in the movie "The Crow" (1994). Draven became less popular in 2015, falling -35 positions as a children's name to reach #861. See also Daven.

Fay

Fay
Derivative of Irish, Gaelic language. "Raven." Faye and forms were favored in the 1890s, but now, Fay has become less trendy. [Fayette, .. 1 more]

Fechin
Root fr. Irish. "Raven." Fachin and Fichin are creative forms. From fiach .. [Feichin]

Fiachra
.. meaning "hunt" or "raven", and rí .. Fiachra and Fiacre are uncommonly used as male names. [Fiacre]

Ingram

Ingram
Based on Scandinavian, Old English languages. "Raven of peace; raven of Anglia." Ingram, Ingrams, etc. are seldom found as men's names. [Yngraham, Ingrim, Ingraham, .. 3 more]

Korbin

Korbin
"Raven haired." Korbin and Korbyn became less trendy in 2015, dropping -178 positions as birth names with Korbyn leading the fall. See also Corbin. [Korbyn]

Quick Reference

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

1. Bartram - Korbin
Bartram [Barthram], Beltran [Bertran, Beltrano], Bertram [Berton, Bertie, Bertran, Bertrum, Bertrem, Bertrand, Bertrando, Bertranno, ..], Bertrand [Bertrando], Brainard [Brainerd, Braynard], Bram [Bran, Bramm, Brann], Bramwell [Bramwel, Brammell, Bramwyll, Branwell, Branwill, Branwyll], Branley [Branly, Branlea, Branlie, Branlee], Brannon [Branna, Brannen], Corbett [Corby, Corbet], Corbin [Cory, Corby, Corbit, Corbyn, Corvin, Korbyn, Korbin, Corbitt, ..], Corbinian, Corvin, Crawford [Crawfurd], Draven, Fay [Faye, Fayette], Fechin [Feichin], Fiachra [Fiacre], Ingram [Ingrim, Ingrams, Yngraham, Ingraham, Ingrahame], Korbin [Korbyn]


Ramsay [Ramzi, Ramsey, Ramzey], Ransford, Ransley [Ransly, Ransleigh], Raven [Ravinn, Rayven, Rayvin], Remington, Renshaw [Renishaw], Renwick, Roxbert, Waldron

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