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Boy Names associated with Spring


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Spring baby names and what they mean, for spring, with 16 results. These boy names were at the height of their popularity in the 1950s (ADOPTION OF 1.05%) and are now much less widespread (ADOPTION 0.16%, 84.4%), with names such as Dennis falling out of fashion. Kall (TOP 21%) and Kull (8%) are conventional last names. Here is the list of Spring names for girls.

Spring names

Alvern - Welborne

Root fr. Latin. "Spring, greening." Unconventional, but Alvern is similar to popular -rn last names Alpern (UPPER 27%), Alborn (47%). See also Albert. See also Elvin.

From Old English word. "Town by the spring." Atherton is not frequently adopted as a birth name. Place name ..

.. name noted for its thermal springs .. Buxton, like the similar Button, exists more often as a last name.


Possibly means "spring" or "fountain". Biblical .. Somewhat common as a birth name, Dathan is similar to the common Nathan. See also Daytan.


.. the vines in spring and the .. Denny (TOP 1%), Dennis (1%), Dennison (2%), Denney (2%) and Dion (3%) exist regularly as surnames. [Diot, Denny, Denney, Denies, .. 13 more]


Based on Slavic. "Spring." Somewhat unfamiliar as a birth name, Jarek is found more conventionally as a last name. See also Jereck. From Jaro.

Stems fr. Slavic element. "Famous spring." Jaromir is an atypical masculine name. Hockey player Jaromir Jagr.

From Slavic. "Beauty of spring." Jarek, Jaroslav and Jaroslaw are hardly found as men's names, and Jarek appears regularly (UPPER 58%) as a surname. Popular in Czechoslovakia .. [Jaroslaw, .. 1 more]


Source fr. Old Norse language. "Farm near the spring." Kelbey, Kelby, etc. are barely found as male names, and Kelby is found frequently (UPPER 66%) as a last name. Place name. [Kellby, .. 2 more]

Based on Old Norse language. "Spring." Kell, like the similar-sounding Kail, occurs more usually as a last name. See also Kelly. Place name.

Top 2000 baby names ranking of Spring names: Dathan, Dennis, Jarek, Kelby, Marcus, Rockwell

From Old English word. "Church spring." Rare. Kirkwell (cf. Kimbell) ends with the androgynous-sounding -ll. Place name.


.. , for whom the spring calendar month .. Marcus and variants became less trendy in 2015, falling -150 positions as boys' names with Markus leading the fall. [Markus, Marcas, .. 2 more]


Derivative of Old English language. "Rock spring." Rockwell is scarcely used as a given name, existing often (UPPER 2%) as a surname. Place name ..

From Old Norse language. "Red spring." Uncommon. Rothwell, similar to Rockwell, Rodell, uses the -ell ending. Place name.

Based on Middle English, Swedish elements. " .. lives near a spring or fountain;." Rather quirky as a birth name, Springer is used more frequently as a surname. Nickname for a lively person or ..

Derived fr. Old English element. "Spring fed stream." Welborne, Welburn, etc. are not in the Top 2000. Place name .. [Wellburn, Welburn, Welbourne, .. 3 more]

Quick Reference

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

1. Alvern - Welborne
Alvern, Atherton, Buxton, Dathan, Dennis [Deon, Dion, Diot, Denys, Dennys, Dionisio, Dionysus, Dionysius, ..], Jarek, Jaromir, Jaroslav [Jarek, Jaroslaw], Kelby [Kelbey, Kelbie, Kellby], Kell, Kirkwell, Marcus [Marco, Marcas, Markos, Markus], Rockwell, Rothwell, Springer, Welborne [Welborn, Welburn, Wellborn, Wellburn, Wellbourn, Welbourne]

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