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Rock baby names and what they mean, for rock, stone, with 82 results. These boy names are at the apex of their popularity today (USAGE OF 2.6%), except for names like Keith which have fallen out of style. The most trendy names for newborns here are Oliver (#19), Easton (#78), Mason (#3), Winston (#524) and Callan (#687), while Eastin (TOP 10%) and Callin (57%) are familiar surnames. Here is the list of Rock names for girls.

Rock names

Alan - Ebenezer | Evan - Livingston | Mason - Shamir | Stanbury - Woodstock | Wystan - Zuriel

Alan - Ebenezer

.. the Gaelic "ailin" meaning "little rock" .. Avan is also a moderately common kid's name. [Alyn, Alun, Alon, Allyn, Alleyn, Allayne, Allain, Alin, .. 17 more]

.. Celtic word "alp" for "rock, crag" .. Alban (compare Alabran, Amman) is a common -an suffix surname. [Aubin, Albys, Albinet, Albin, Albany, Albain, .. 12 more]

Root fr. Latin, Celtic elements. "Rock, crag." Albion is unusual as a masculine name, existing regularly (upper 89%) as a surname. See also Albinson. Albion is an ancient poetic name ..

From Old English element. "Elf stone." Allston, Allstonn, Alsdon, Alsten and Alstin are more exclusive as forms of Alston. Also possibly "old stone" or a .. [Allstonn, .. 4 more]

Also possibly "rock meadow". Place name .. Used somewhat widely as boys' names, Arley, Arleigh, etc. are pronounced like the conventional Ariel. [Arly, Arleigh, .. 2 more]

.. an Irish Gaelic word meaning "stone" .. Prominent, with usage of 0.094% for Arthur, Artturi, etc. as birth names in 2015, higher than 0.088% in 2014. [Arty, Artturi, Artor, Arto, Artie, Arther, Artair, Arrt, .. 9 more]

From Old English word. "Noble stone." Not in Top 2000. Used by Anglo Saxon royalty and ..

Root fr. Old English element. "Black stone." Blackstone is seldom adopted as a baby name. Place name.

Derivative of Old English. "Bowing stones." Buxton is rarely used as a boys' name. Transferred use of the surname and ..

Stems fr. Scottish, Gaelic languages. "Mound of rocks." Cairn and variants are seldom used as baby names. .. back as the Stone Age, and .. [Kairns, Kairne, Kairn, .. 2 more]

Top 2000 baby names ranking of Rock names: Alan, Albion, Alston, Arley, Arthur

Top 2000 baby names ranking of Rock names: Callan, Carnell, Cephas, Chris, Craig

Top 2000 baby names ranking of Rock names: Easton, Eben, Ebenezer

Root fr. Gaelic, Scottish words. "Rock." Callan is more ubiquitous than the rest. .. Scottish surname from "ail" meaning "rock" .. [Cailean]

.. memorial made of piled up stones. Somewhat popular as boys' names, Carnell, Carne, etc. are comparable to the common Carmelo. [Carnelle, Carne]

Origin fr. Irish element. "Rock." Not in Top 2000.

Derivative of Hebrew language. "Rock." Cephas was popular during 1900-1909. Biblical ..

.. Chris Tucker, Chris Rock; basketball player .. Used frequently as boys' names, Chris, Kris, etc. are similar to the conventional Cyrus. [Kris, .. 2 more]

Derived fr. Scottish, Gaelic languages. "Rock, rocky." Adoption of Craig and variants as boys' names in 2015 was up 5.1% compared to 2014. Comes from the word "crag" .. [Kraig, .. 2 more]

Root fr. Old English. "Brown stone; brown hill with stones." Dunlan and Dystan are creative variations. Place name .. [Dunston, Dunstin, Dunsten]

.. meaning "island of stones", or from .. Easton has risen in favor as a birth name since the 1880s. See also Eaton.

Derivative of Hebrew element. "Stone, rock." Adoption of Eben and variants was higher during 1880-1889 and is now diminished. Also used as nickname for Ebenezer .. [Ebbie, .. 1 more]

Source fr. Hebrew language. "Stone of help." Moderately unusual as a boys' name, Ebenezer is used more often as a surname. .. of a memorial stone set up .. [Evenezer, Ebeneezer, Eb, .. 7 more]

Quick Reference

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

1. Alan - Ebenezer
Alan [Alun, Alyn, ..], Alban [Auben, Aubin, ..], Albion, Alston [Allston, Allstonn, ..], Arley [Arly, Arlie, ..], Arthur [Arty, Artus, ..], Athelstan, Blackstone, Buxton, Cairn [Kairne, Kairns, ..], Callan [Cailean], Carnell [Carne, Carnelle], Carrick, Cephas, Chris [Cris, Kris], Craig [Craik, Kraig], Dunstan [Dunstin, Dunston], Easton, Eben [Eban, Ebbie], Ebenezer [Eveneser, Evenezer, ..]

Evan [Van, Owen, ..], Ferris [Farrish, Ferriss], Filmore [Filmer, Fylmer], Flint [Flynt], Gannet [Gannett], Gladstone, Hallberg [Halburg, Hallburg], Halldor, Halle, Hallstein, Halvard [Halvor, Halverd, ..], Harley [Harly, Harlie, ..], Irving [Irvyn, Irvine, ..], Jade [Jaide, Jayde], Jaeger [Jagur, Jagger], Jethro [Jeth, Jethroe], Keith, Kraig, Langston [Langton, Langsdon], Livingston [Livingstin, Livingstone]

Mason, Ofir [Ofeer, Ophir], Oliver [Olliver, Ollivor, ..], Parkins [Parken, Parkin], Parnell [Parnel, Parrnell], Pekelo, Perkin [Perkyn, Perrin], Pernell, Peter [Piotr, Pyotr, ..], Pierce [Pierson, Piersson, ..], Piers [Pierson, Piersson, ..], Roark [Ruark, Rourke, ..], Rocco [Rocky, Roque, ..], Rochester [Chet, Rock], Rock [Rocky], Rockley [Rockly, Rockleigh], Rockwell, Rocky [Roque, Rockwell, ..], Santana [Santanna], Shamir [Shameer]

Stanbury [Stansbury, Stansburghe, ..], Stancliff [Stanscliff, Stanscliffe, ..], Standish, Stanfield [Stansfield], Stanford [Stamford, Standford], Stanmore [Stanmere], Stanton [Stanten, Staunton], Stanway [Stannway, Stannaway], Stanwick [Stanwyck, Stanwicke], Stanwood, Stein [Stensen, Stenssen, ..], Steinar [Steinart, Steinhardt], Stennis, Stoney [Stoner, Stones], Sylvester [Sly, Silvestre], Tavish [Tavis, Tevis], Thurston [Torsten, Torston, ..], Tremain [Tremaine, Tremayne, ..], Winston [Wynstan, Wynston, ..], Woodstock

Wystan [Wystann], Zuriel

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