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3 Skillful names and what they mean, for skillful for baby boys, listing 1-3.
Gideon .. Biblical: a hero and judge of Israel who won battles through skillful planning and faith rather than strength of arms alone ..
Lleu .. In Welsh legend the name was borne by a well-loved hero known as Lleu Skillful Hands.
Mahir .. (Arabic) "Skillful."
Gideon, Lleu and Mahir are rare names. (2000 U.S. Census)
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Macgowan .. (Irish, Gaelic) "One who is adroit."
Boniface .. (Latin) "Fortunate, auspicious." ..
Corliss .. (Old English) "Benevolent, cheery."
Archimedes .. The name of a brilliant Greek mathematician in the second century BC.
Athens .. Place name: the capital of Greece ..
Algernon .. The Normans were usually clean-shaven, and this was a nickname for William de Percy, a companion of William the Conqueror ..
Abner .. Biblical: King Saul of Israel's army chief, a valiant warrior and clever strategist ..
Parvaiz .. (Farsi, Persian) "Commendable."
Fox .. Probably refers to a fox-catcher or to a fox's den, or to a cunning person, or for someone with red hair ..
Grover .. Also the name of a cute, furry, lovable little monster in "Sesame Street".
Fakhri .. (Arabic) "Pround, elegant, glorious."
Ali .. The name is one of the ninety-nine attributes of Allah proposed by Muhammad as excellent names for boy children ..
Comanche .. Indigenous to the Great Plains, they were expert horsemen who opposed European annexation of the West.
Adil .. (Arabic) "Righteous, fair."
Abelard .. Made famous by the 12th-century French philosopher Pierre Abelard, who fell in love with and seduced his student Heloise ..
Saville .. Savile Row in London is the worldwide source for fine men's tailoring.
Adonis .. (Greek) "Extremely good looking, handsome." ..
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