Simple Names for boys

Simple names and what they mean, for simple, modest for men. Here is the list of Simple names for girls. These boy names were at the apex of their popularity during 1920-1929 (usage of 0.082%) and have become less popular since, with names such as Modesto and Benedict becoming less in vogue.

Aneirin - Vere

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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.

Top 1000 baby names ranking of Simple names: Benedict, Modesto

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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