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Page 1/9. 84 Rock names and what they mean, for rock, stone for males. Here is the list of Rock names for girls. These boy names reached the height of their popularity in 1950-1959 and have remained as popular to this day, but with names like Craig, Irving, Sylvester, Rocky and Chris falling out of fashion. Some of the more trendy baby names in this list are Callan, Winston, Prince, Langston and Easton.
Alan .. Also possibly derived from the Gaelic "ailin" meaning "little rock" ..
Alban .. It may also represent a Latin form of a British name derived from the Celtic word "alp" for "rock, crag" ..
Albion .. (Latin, Celtic) "Rock, crag." ..
Alston .. (Old English) "Elf stone." Also possibly "old stone" or a place name: noble one's settlement.
Arthur .. An Irish Gaelic word meaning "stone" ..
Alan and Arthur are commonly used names, while Alban, Albion and Alston are rare in comparison. (2000 U.S. Census)
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A to Z Index of all names (with variants) for boys
[Alan - Arthur]
[Athelstan - Cephas]
[Chris - Flint]
[Frederick - Jethro]
[Keith - Parnell]
[Pekelo - Rocco]
[Rochester - Standish]
[Stanfield - Stennis]
[Stoney - Zuriel]
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