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2 Regal names related to or that mean regal for boys, listing Regal baby names 1-2. Adalric and Alaric are uncommon names. View Regal baby names below for name meanings or search Regal names for girls.


Adalric ... "Noble, regal ruler."
[Adalrich, Adalrick, Adelric, Adelrich, Adelrick]

Alaric ... "Noble, regal ruler." ...
[Al, Alarick, Alarico, Aleric, Alerick, ... 9 more]

Related words: aristocratic, august, auspicious, benevolent, bon, capital, exalted, excellent, fair, famous, glorious, good, healthy, helpful, imperial, kind, kingly, magnificent, majestic, noble, pleasant, princely, proud, purple, royal, skillful, useful. Partial list of 18 results related to regal below. Click on above related words for more results.


Barnett ... Also possibly from the English aristocratic title "baronet" ...
[Barnet, Barney, Barnie, Baronet, Baronett, ... 3 more]

August ... Sculptor Auguste Rodin ... painter Auguste Renoir.
[Agostino, Agosto, Agustin, Agustine, Agustino, ... 13 more]

Boniface ... "Fortunate, auspicious." ...
[Bonfecio, Boni, Bonifacio, Bonifacius, Bonifacy]

Corliss ... "Benevolent, cheery."
[Corless, Corley]

Boone ... In origin from Old French "bon" (Latin "bonus") ...

Athens ... Place name: the capital of Greece ...
[Athenios]

Parvaiz ... "Commendable."
[Parvez, Parviz, Parwiz]

Quintrell ... "Dashing; elegant." ...
[Quantrell, Quentrell]

Achiram ... "My brother is exalted."

Ali ... The name is one of the ninety-nine attributes of Allah proposed by Muhammad as excellent names for boy children ...
[Alia]

Adil ... "Righteous, fair."
[Adeel, Adiel]

Abelard ... Made famous by the 12th-century French philosopher Pierre Abelard ...
[Ab, Abbey, Abby, Abe, Abel, ... 1 more]

Saville ... Savile Row in London is the worldwide source for fine men's tailoring.
[Savil, Savile, Savill, Savyile]

Androcles ... "Glorious man." ...
[Androclus]

Adonis ... "Extremely good looking, handsome." ...
[Addonia, Adohnes, Adon, Adones, Adonys]

Cosmo ... Grand Duke of Tuscany and one of the chief patrons of the Italian Renaissance ...
[Cosimo, Cosme, Kosmo]

Abbott ... the name may have originated as a teasing nickname for a man with the grave and pious attitude associated with an abbot ...
[Ab, Abad, Abba, Abbe, Abe, ... 6 more]

Darcy ... Literary: Jane Austen named the haughty hero of "Pride and Prejudice" "Mr. Darcy" ...
[D'Arcy, Darcey, Darsey, Darsy]


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