Albert - Franklin
Page 1/2 of 9 Scientist names.
Albert▼ 1 .. .. the application of science to the .. Name suited for both sexes. Albert is prevalent (Top 4%) as a masculine name, and it occurs often (Top 1%) as a surname in the US Census. The forms Delbert, Allie and Adelbert are generally used as variations of this name. [Abert, Adalberto, Adelbert, Albertino, Albie, .. 22 more]
Blaise 2 .. .. mathematician, scientist, and philosopher; he invented .. Usage of Blaise as a given name is commonplace (#845 the previous year). Blaise is also used frequently as a surname. Both a masculine and a feminine name. The variation Blaze is familiar as a form of this name. [Blais, Blase, .. 4 more]
Cormac 3 .. .. who founded schools of military science .. Cormac is a unique masculine name. See also Cormic. [Cormack, .. 1 more]
Cyrano 4 .. .. 17th-century soldier and science fiction writer .. Cyrano is a rarely used male name. See also Crane. [Cyran]
Franklin▼ 5 .. .. to statesman and scientist Benjamin Franklin 1706 .. Usage as a birth name is commonplace (#453 the past year). Franklin also exists frequently as a last name. The variation Franklyn is common as a form of Franklin. [Francklin, Franklinn, .. 4 more]
Summary of all Scientist names (and variants) for boys.
[Albert - Franklin]
Albert [Bert, Berty, Bertie, Elbert, Delbert, Dalbert, Elbrecht, Ulbricht, ..], Blaise [Blais, Blaze, Blase, Blaize, Blayze, Blaisdell], Cormac [Cormack, Cormick], Cyrano [Cyran], Franklin [Frank, Franklyn, Francklyn, Francklin, Franklinn, Franklynn]
[Kenelm - Newton]
Kenelm [Kenhelm, Kennelm], Louis [Luis, Lucho, Luigi, Ludvig, Ludvik, Ludwig, Ludovic, Ludovicus, ..], Mercury [Mercure, Mercuree, Mercurey], Newton