Roman Names

Roman names and what they mean, for roman, gaul, etruscan for men. Here is the list of Roman names for girls. These boy names were at the peak of their popularity in 1900-1909 and are somewhat less popular today, with names like Maurice, Dennis, Rigoberto, Jovan and Octavio falling out of fashion. The most trendy baby names in this list are Cassius (#704), Augustus (#544), Atticus (#370), Dax (#604) and Elian (#697), with Cassius and Augustus enjoying a rebound in usage.


Abraham - Anthony

Page 1/12 of 112 Roman names.

Abraham 1 .. The name was used from the 16th century, and various early saints of the Eastern Roman Empire also bore this name .. The name Abraham has gained increasing favor as a birth name for boys. The form Abe is prevalent as a version of Abraham. [Ab, Abarran, Aberham, Abie, Abrahan, .. 17 more]

Adrian 2 .. The name was borne by the Roman emperor Publius Aelius Hadrianus (second century AD) .. Also suitable as a girls' name. Adrian is a commonly occurring (Top 19%) masculine name, appearing often (Top 7%) as a surname according to the US Census. The variation Adrien is common as a form of the name. [Ade, Adrain, Adreean, Adreeyan, Adriano, .. 22 more]

Alban 3 .. From the Latin name Albanus, which may be an ethnic name from a city in the Roman Empire called Alba "white" .. Albin has faded in popularity as a birth name for boys over the years. The form Al is prevalent as a version of Alban. [Al, Albain, Albano, Albie, Albinet, .. 13 more]

Albin 4 .. Common in Roman and medieval times .. Albin is an uncommonly used first name, and it appears commonly (Top 9%) as a last name in the US Census. See also Albany. [Al, Alben, Albyn, Aubin, .. 2 more]

Anthony 5 .. English form of the old Roman family name Antonius, probably of Etruscan origin .. Anthony is prevalent (Top 2%) as a first name, occurring commonly (Top 1%) as a last name in the US Census. The forms Toney, Antonio and Antoine are prevalent as versions of this name. [Andy, Antal, Anthoney, Antin, Anton, .. 27 more]

Top 1000 baby names ranking of Roman names: Abraham, Adrian, Albin, Anthony

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Quick Index

Summary of all Roman names (and their variants) for boys.

[Abraham - Anthony]
Abraham [22], Adrian [27], Alban [18], Albin [6], Anthony [32]

[Apollo - Benedict]
Apollo [3], Aquila [9], Aquilo [2], Ares, Arsenio [15], Atticus, Attila [5], Augustus [14], Battista [3], Benedict [23]

[Britannicus - Cato]
Britannicus, Brutus [1], Caduceus, Caesar [9], Cai [3], Caius [7], Calvin [4], Caradoc [1], Cassius [3], Cato [3]

[Catullus - Crispin]
Catullus [1], Cecil [4], Charles [27], Chester [3], Cicero, Claude [14], Constantine [10], Corin [6], Cornelius [18], Crispin [7]

[Dax - Evander]
Dax [2], Dennis [17], Dionysius [7], Elian, Emil [18], Emiliano [2], Emlyn [1], Ennio, Eustace [14], Evander

[Ezio - Frank]
Ezio, Fabian [22], Faunus [1], Faust [4], Felix [12], Festus [1], Flaminio [1], Flavian [7], Florian [3], Frank [8]

[Fulvio - Janus]
Fulvio, Gabriel [19], Gaius [7], Galo [1], Gennaro [4], Hadrian [4], Hannibal, Hermes [4], Horace [6], Janus [9]

[Jovan - Lucretius]
Jovan [13], Julian [8], Julius [5], Jupiter [1], Juvenal, Kornel [4], Leo [9], Lincoln [2], Louis [16], Lucretius

[Marcel - Nicandro]
Marcel [10], Marcus [4], Marino [5], Mark [18], Martin [17], Maurice [30], Maximilian [26], Mercury [3], Neptune, Nicandro [6]

[Octavio - Pompeo]
Octavio [8], Osgood, Ovid, Owen [6], Parnell [2], Patrick [25], Paul [26], Percy [3], Pluto, Pompeo [5]

[Poseidon - Soren]
Poseidon, Quincy [3], Rigoberto [1], Roman [7], Rosario, Rupert [1], Saturnin [1], Scipio, Seneca, Soren

[Tacitus - Ynyr]
Tacitus, Tarquin [3], Titus [2], Valentine [9], Virgil [4], Wayland [7], Ynyr

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