Roman Names

Roman names and what they mean, for roman, gaul, etruscan for men. Here is the list of Roman names for girls. Adoption of these boy names was at its most widespread during 1900-1909 and is almost as widespread today, but with names like Maurice, Dennis, Rigoberto, Jovan and Octavio becoming somewhat outmoded. The most fashionable birth names in this list are Cassius (#704), Augustus (#544), Atticus (#370), Ares (#781) and Dax (#604), with Augustus and Cassius undergoing a revival in popularity.


Abraham - Anthony

Page 1/12 of 113 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 .. Very common choice for a given name (#180 the previous year) which also occurs often as a surname. The form Abram is familiar as a variation 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) .. Name used for both sexes. A very common choice for a name for baby boys (#59 the past year), Adrian is also found often as a last name. The form Adrien is commonplace as a variation 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" .. Alban is an irregularly used given name, and it occurs regularly (Top 18%) as a surname according to the US Census. The form Al is widely used as a variation of this name. [Al, Albain, Albano, Albie, Albinet, .. 13 more]

Albin 4 .. Common in Roman and medieval times .. Somewhat uncommon as a name for boys, Albin exists more commonly as a last name. See also Albain. [Al, Alben, Albyn, Aubin, .. 2 more]

Anthony 5 .. English form of the old Roman family name Antonius, probably of Etruscan origin .. Also suitable as a girls' name. Anthony is a commonly occurring (Top 2%) masculine name, appearing regularly (Top 1%) as a surname in the US Census. The variations Tony, Antony and Anton are prevalent as forms of the 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 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 - Neptune]
Marcel [10], Marcus [4], Marino [5], Mark [18], Martin [17], Maurice [30], Maximilian [27], Maximus [13], Mercury [3], Neptune

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

[Pompeo - Seneca]
Pompeo [5], Poseidon, Quincy [3], Rigoberto [1], Roman [7], Rosario, Rupert [1], Saturnin [1], Scipio, Seneca

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

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