Rock Baby Names for Boys
Alan - EvanPage 1/4 of 78 Rock names.
Alan▲ 1 .. .. the Gaelic "ailin" meaning "little rock" .. Alban (top 10%) is a popular surname similar to Alan (top 12%), Allen (1%), etc.. [Ailean, Alin, Allain, Allayne, Alleyn, Allyn, Alon, Alun, Alyn, .. 16 more]
Alban 2 .. .. Celtic word "alp" for "rock, crag" .. Widely used, with usage of 0.0225% for Alban, Albany, etc. as birth names in 2014, but lower than 0.0238% the previous year. [Al, Alban, Albany, Albin, Albinet, Albys, Aubin, .. 11 more]
Albion 3 .. 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 ..
Alston 4 .. From Old English element. "Elf stone." Unique as a birth name, Alston occurs more often as a surname. Also possibly "old stone" or a .. [Alsdon, Allstonn, .. 3 more]
Arthur 5 .. .. an Irish Gaelic word meaning "stone" .. Adoption of Arthur, Arto, etc. as baby names in 2014 was 12% more than the previous decade. [Aart, Arrt, Artair, Arther, Artie, Arto, Artor, Artturi, .. 9 more]
Athelstan 6 .. From Old English word. "Noble stone." Not in Top 1000. Used by Anglo Saxon royalty and ..
Blackstone 7 .. Root fr. Old English element. "Black stone." Blackstone is seldom adopted as a baby name. Place name.
Buxton 8 .. Derivative of Old English. "Bowing stones." Buxboyn, Buxdo and Buxtran are kreatif variations. Transferred use of the surname and ..
Cairn 9 .. Stems fr. Scottish, Gaelic languages. "Mound of rocks." Rare, with the masculine -rn suffix for Cairn, Kairn like Coburn. .. back as the Stone Age, and .. [Cairne, Kairn, Kairne, .. 2 more]
Callan▲ 10 .. Root fr. Gaelic, Scottish words. "rock." Common. Callan, Cailean, like Cowan, ends with the androgynous-sounding -an. .. Scottish surname from "ail" meaning "rock" .. [Cailean]
Carnell 11 .. .. memorial made of piled up stones. Unique, with the favored androgynous -ell suffix for Carnell like Coryell. [Carne, .. 1 more]
Carrick 12 .. Origin fr. Irish element. "Rock." Not in Top 1000. See also Darrick.
Cephas 13 .. Derivative of Hebrew language. "Rock." Rare, with the androgynous -as suffix like Cordas. Biblical ..
Chris▼ 14 .. .. Chris Tucker, Chris Rock; basketball player .. Adoption of Chris and variants as children's names in 2014 was down 19.7% compared to a decade ago. [Chriss, .. 2 more]
Craig▼ 15 .. Derived fr. Scottish, Gaelic languages. "Rock." Adoption of Craig and variants as boys' names in 2014 was down 64.2% compared to 2013. Comes from the word "crag" .. [Craigie, .. 2 more]
Dunstan 16 .. Root fr. Old English. "Brown stone; brown hill with stones." Unique. Dunstan (cf. Daytan) uses the -tan suffix. Place name .. [Dunsten, Dunstin, .. 1 more]
Easton▲ 17 .. .. meaning "island of stones", or from .. Usage of Easton as a boys' name in 2014 was up 0.5% compared to a year ago. See also Eaton.
Eben 18 .. Derivative of Hebrew element. "Stone, rock." Eban and Ebbie are more uncommon as variations of Eben. Also used as nickname for Ebenezer .. [Eban, .. 1 more]
Ebenezer 19 .. Source fr. Hebrew language. "Stone of help." Outside Top 1000. .. of a memorial stone set up .. [Eb, Ebeneezer, .. 8 more]
Evan▲ 20 .. .. In Hebrew, Evan means "rock". Owen (+2) and Evan are contemporarily stylish versions undergoing revival. [Euan, Evin, Ewan, Ewen, Ewy, Owen, .. 10 more]
Summary of Rock names (and variants) for boys.Alan - Evan
Alan▲ [Alon, Alun, Alyn, Allyn, ..], Alban [Alvy, Auban, Auben, Aubin, ..], Albion, Alston [Alsten, Alstin, Allston, Allstonn], Arthur [Arty, Artur, Artus, Arturo, ..], Athelstan, Blackstone, Buxton, Cairn [Kairn, Cairns, Kairne, Kairns], Callan▲ [Cailean], Carnell [Carne, Carnelle], Carrick, Cephas, Chris▼ [Kris, Cris, Chriss], Craig▼ [Kraig, Craik, Craigie], Dunstan [Dunsten, Dunstin, Dunston], Easton▲, Eben [Eban, Ebbie], Ebenezer [Ebenzer, Ebenezar, Eveneser, Evenezer, ..], Evan▲ [Ewy, Van, Ewen, Owen, ..]Ferris - Parkins
Ferris [Farris, Farrish, Ferriss], Filmore [Fylmer, Filmer, Fillmore], Flint [Flynt], Gannet [Gannett], Gladstone, Hallberg [Halberg, Halburg, Hallburg], Halle, Halvard [Halver, Halvor, Halvar, Halverd, ..], Irving [Irvin, Irvyn, Irven, Irvine, ..], Jade [Jaide, Jayde], Jaeger [Jagur, Jagger], Jethro [Jeth, Jethroe], Keith▲, Kraig, Langston▲ [Langton, Langsden, Langsdon], Livingston [Livingsten, Livingstin, Livingstone], Mason▲, Ofir [Ofeer, Ophir], Oliver▲ [Olley, Ollie, Olliver, Ollivor, ..], Parkins [Parken, Parkin]Parnell - Stanfield
Parnell [Parnel, Parrnell], Pekelo, Perkin [Perrin, Perkyn, Perkins], Pernell, Peter [Pyotr, Piotr, Pieter, Pietro, ..], Pierce▲ [Piers, Peirce, Pierson, Piersson, ..], Piers [Pierce, Pearson, Pierson, Piersson, ..], Roark [Rorke, Ruark, Roarke, Rourke], Rocco▲ [Rock, Rocko, Rocky, Roque, ..], Rochester [Rock, Chet, Chester], Rock [Rocky], Rockley [Rockly, Rocklee, Rockleigh], Rockwell, Rocky [Roque, Rocklin, Rockland, Rockwell, ..], Santana [Santanna], Shamir [Shameer], Stanbury [Stansbury, Stansberry, Stanburghe, Stansburghe, ..], Stancliff [Stancliffe, Stanclyffe, Stanscliff, Stanscliffe], Standish, Stanfield [Stansfield]Stanford - Zuriel
Stanford▼ [Stamford, Standford], Stanmore [Stanmere], Stanton▼ [Stanten, Staunton], Stanway [Stannway, Stanaway, Stannaway], Stanwick [Stanwyck, Stanwicke], Stanwood, Stein [Sten, Steno, Stensen, Stenssen], Steinar [Steinard, Steinart, Steinhardt], Stennis, Stoney [Stone, Stoner, Stones], Sylvester▼ [Sly, Silvester, Silvestre], Tavish [Tavis, Tevis], Thurston [Torston, Torsten, Thurstan, Thursten, ..], Tremain [Tramaine, Tramayne, Tremaine, Tremayne], Winston▲ [Winsten, Wynstan, Wynston, Winstonn, ..], Woodstock, Wystan [Wystann], Zuriel