Alexander - Brunswick
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Alexander▲ 1 .. American Secretary of State Alexander Haig .. The name Alexander has gained increasing favor with parents since 1950-1959. The variations Sandy, Alexandre and Alejandro are familiar as variant forms of Alexander. [Al, Alasdair, Alaster, Alcander, Alcindor, .. 65 more]
Alger 2 .. State Department Official Alger Hiss. Alger is a sparsely used masculine name, and it occurs commonly (Top 5%) as a last name according to the US Census. See also Algey. [Al, Algar, Allger, Elger, Ellger, .. 4 more]
Austin▲ 3 .. The state capital is named in his honor .. The name Austin has gained in popularity as a birth name over time since 1960-1969. The variation Austyn is generally used as a form of Austin. [Austen, Ostin, Ostynn, .. 2 more]
Bainbridge 4 .. Also a place name for an island in Washington state, across Puget Sound from Seattle. Bainbridge is sparsely used as a given name, occurring often (Top 14%) as a surname in the US Census. [Bain, Baynbridge, Baynebridge, .. 2 more]
Brunswick 5 .. It was an independent state in pre-unification Germany. An unusual name for baby boys, Brunswick exists more commonly as a surname.
Summary of all State names (and their variants) for boys.
[Alexander - Brunswick]
Alexander [Xander, Zander, Zandro, Zandros, ..], Alger [Elgar, Elger, Ellgar, Ellger, ..], Austin [Ostin, Ostyn, Austyn, Ostynn], Bainbridge [Bayne, Banebridge, Baynbridge, Baynebridge], Brunswick
[Calhoun - Nevada]
Calhoun [Colhoun, Callhoun, Colquhoun], Cincinnatus, Colin [Col, Cole, Colle, Colyn, ..], Constantine [Costa, Konstanz, Konstantio, Konstantin, ..], Cyrus [Cy, Ciro], Dean [Deen, Dene, Deyn, Dino], Erie, Maryland [Mariland, Marilland, Marriland, Marryland], Montana [Montanna, Montanus], Nevada
[Phoenix - Tex]
Phoenix [Fenix, Phenix], Seiji, Seminole, Seneca, Seward [Sewerd, Siward], Tabasco, Tahoma [Tacoma, Tekoma, Tocoma], Taz [Tazz, Tasman, Tazman], Tennessee, Tex
[Vermont - Wyandanch]
Vermont, Virginius [Virginio], Wyandanch