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Boy Names associated with Raven


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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

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

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


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]


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]

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

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]

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

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


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


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


.. 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]

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

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.


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]


.. 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.


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

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

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


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]


"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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