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Boy Names associated with Sea


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Sea baby names and what they mean, with 63 results. Usage of these boy names was at its peak a decade ago (ADOPTION OF 1.4%) and is almost as widespread today (ADOPTION 1.2%, 15.3%), but with names such as Merlin becoming less trendy. Adrian (#58) and Kai (#145) are two of the more chic baby names here, while Albon (TOP 58%) and Amman (31%) are conventional last names. Here is the list of Sea names for girls.

Sea names

Adrian - Gannet | Hali - Murphy | Murrow - Sewell | Theseus - Zale

Adrian - Gannet

.. its name to the Adriatic Sea .. Aarian is also a moderately common baby name. [Haydrien, Hadrien, Aydrian, Adron, Adrien, Adreeyan, Adreyan, Adreean, Adrain, .. 18 more]

.. himself into the sea near Athens .. Unusual, but Aegeus, Aigeus are comparable to common last names Ausmus (TOP 13%), Aus (36%), with the -us suffix. [Aigeus, .. 1 more]

.. the mad sea captain in Herman .. Not in Top 2000. See also Ahava.

.. means to the sea or get .. Rather quaint as a boys' name. [Alomar]

.. seen from the sea, or from .. Less widespread today. Albion was last found in 1910-1919 in the Top 2000. See also Albinson.

Not related to the sea. Almarine, Almarin and Almarino are uncommon as children's names. [Almarino, .. 1 more]

.. country northeast of the Dead Sea .. Adoption of Ammon, Amnon, etc. as baby names in 2015 was 23.5% less than the previous year. [Amnon, Amon]

.. Earth and the Sea, a wrestler .. Rather uncommon as a baby name. [Anteus, Anteo, Antaios]

.. fame of English sea captain William .. Blige (TOP 50%), Blight (25%) are conventional surnames. [Bly]

The Caspian Sea is the largest .. Caspian became more popular in 2015, gaining +158 positions as a children's name to reach #1558. See also Campian.

Top 2000 baby names ranking of Sea names: Adrian, Albion, Ammon, Caspian, Dee

Top 2000 baby names ranking of Sea names: Delmar, Dylan, Elmo

Derived fr. Greek. "Large fish or sea monster." Cetus was not a Top birth name in 2015. .. name of the sea monsters killed ..

.. of the legendary sea monster Nessie .. Not in popularity charts. Cross-gender use.

.. Hungary, and into the Black Sea. Danube and Donau are intermittently used masculine names. [Donau]

.. into the North Sea at Aberdeen. Less popular today. Dee was last listed in the 1970s in the Top 2000. Gender-neutral name.

Stems fr. Spanish, Old French words. "Of the sea." Delmar (upper 14%), Delmer (99%) and Delmore (19%) appear regularly as surnames. Place name and Spanish form of .. [Delmore, Delmer, .. 1 more]

Stems fr. Welsh language. "Son of the sea." Dylan (top 45%) and Dillon (79%) are commonly occurring as given names, whereas Dillan, Dyllan, Dyllon, Dylon and Dylonn are sparsely used. Mythology .. [Dylonn, Dyllan, .. 4 more]

Based on Old English language. "Wealthy sea." Uncommon as a birth name, but Edmar is similar to the more common Edgar. See also Elmar.

.. of ships at sea is called .. Elmo has waned in popularity as a birth name since 1910-1919. [Moe]

.. crossing the Irish Sea on horse .. Barry was among 2015's Top names. [Fionnbharr, Fionbharr, Barra, .. 8 more]

A sea bird that lives on .. A rare children's name. [Gannett]

Quick Reference

Summary Index of Sea names [and variants] for boys.

1. Adrian - Gannet
Adrian [Hadrien, Hadriano, Haydrian, Haydrien, ..], Aegeus [Aigeos, Aigeus], Ahab, Alamar [Alomar], Albion, Almarine [Almarin, Almarino], Ammon [Amon, Amnon], Antaeus [Anteo, Anteus, Antaios], Bligh [Bly], Caspian, Cetus, Chessie, Danube [Donau], Dee, Delmar [Delmer, Delmor, Delmore], Dylan [Dylon, Dyllan, Dyllon, Dylonn, ..], Edmar, Elmo [Moe], Finbar [Fionn, Fionbharr, Fionnbarr, Fionnbharr, ..], Gannet [Gannett]

Hali, Havelock, Hurley [Hurly, Hurlee, Hurleigh], Kai [Kaj, Keh, Kye], Leomaris, Marino [Rien, Ries, Rinus, Marinus], Mario [Marius, Meirion, Marianus], Marion [Mariano], Marvin [Merwin, Merwyn, Murvin, Murvynn, ..], Meredith [Meredyth, Merideth, Meridith], Merlin [Merlen, Merlyn, Merlynn, Merlinn, ..], Merrill [Meryl, Merrel, Merril, Merrell, ..], Merritt [Merit, Meritt, Merrett], Mervin [Merwyn, Murvin, Murvyn, Merwinn, ..], Moab, Morgan [Morgen, Morgun, Morrgan], Mortimer [Mort, Morty, Mortymer], Murdock [Murdo, Murdoch, Murtagh, Murtaugh], Muriel, Murphy [Murfie, Murphee, Murphey, Murphie, ..]

Murrow [Morrow, Morrowe, Murough, Murrough], Naylor [Nailer, Nailor], Nemo, Neptune, Nereus [Nereo], Njord, Orman [Ormand], Pelagios [Pelayo, Pelagius], Perseus, Poseidon, Proteus, Salton, Seabert [Sebert, Seibert, Seabright], Seabrook [Seabrooke], Seabury, Seaton [Seton, Seeton], Seger [Segar, Seager, Seeger], Seton, Seward [Sewerd, Siward], Sewell [Sewald, Sewall]

Theseus, Triton, Zale [Zayle]

Usage comparison for Sea names