Aneirin - VerePage 1/1 of 8 Simple names.
Aneirin 1 .. .. (Irish, Gaelic) "noble, modest". Originally Neirin .. Rare. Aneirin, Aneurin (cf. Warrin, Jarin) end with the familiar androgynous-sounding -rin. [Aneurin, .. 1 more]
Bancroft 2 .. .. to refer to simple, homely agricultural .. Rare as baby names, but Ban, Bancroft, etc. are comparable to the more conventional Dan. [Ban, Bank, .. 3 more]
Benedict▼ 3 .. .. in Italy is simple, restrained, and .. Ranked in Top 1000. [Ben, Bendick, Benedicto, Benedictus, Benicio, Bennedikt, Bennet, Venedictos, .. 15 more]
Bonaventure 4 .. .. great learning, was modest and practical .. A peculiar children's name, Bonaventure occurs more commonly as a surname. [Bonaventura, Bueaventura]
Coyan 5 .. Source fr. French element. "Modest." Coyan and Coyne are rarely used as baby names. [Coyne]
Crane 6 .. .. referring to the simple hoisting machine .. Crane (upper 1%), like Brane (upper 48%), Thrane (50%), is a common -ane suffix last name. [Crain, Crayne, .. 2 more]
Modesto▼ 7 .. Source fr. Spanish, Latin elements. "Modest, moderate, humble." Unusual. Modesto, Madesto, Medesto (cf. Honesto, Ernesto) end with the popular masculine-sounding -sto. A Spanish saint's name. [Madesto, .. 2 more]
Vere 8 .. .. which praises the simple values of .. Uncommon as a birth name, but Vere is similar to the more popular Jere. Gender-neutral name.
Summary of Simple names (and variants) for boys.Aneirin - Vere
Aneirin [Nye, Aneurin], Bancroft [Ban, Bank, Binky, Banfield, Bancrofft], Benedict [Bent, Bennt, Bennie, Benoit, Bennet, Bennett, Bennito, Venedictos, ..], Bonaventure [Bonaventura, Bueaventura], Coyan [Coyne], Crane [Crain, Crayn, Crayne, Craine], Modesto [Madesto, Medesto, Modestus], Vere