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Strong baby names and what they mean, for strong, strength, mighty, healthy, with 110 results. These boy names were at the height of their popularity 5 decades ago (USAGE OF 3.92%) and are somewhat less conventional today (USAGE 2.45%, 37.4% LESS), with names like Donald falling out of fashion. The most fashionable baby names in this compilation are Wyatt (#34), Everett (#135), Leonardo (#103), Barrett (#313) and Atlas (#490), while Lonardo (TOP 24%) and Gedeon (12%) are familiar last names. Here is the list of Strong names for girls.

Strong names

Aaron - Berthold | Boaz - Eron | Everard - Hercules | Hezekiah - Orion | Orval - Uziah | Uziel - Zuberi

Aaron - Berthold


Root fr. Hebrew language. "Mountain of strength." Amron is also a slightly prominent boys' name. From the Hebrew "har on", or .. [Ronny, Arron, Aron, Arnie, Ari, Arek, Airen, Ahron, Ahren, Aaronn, .. 27 more]

Derived fr. Old German element. "Noble strength." Abelard (compare Auchard, Alfard) is a popular -ard suffix surname. From Adalhard .. [Abelardo, Abel, Abbey, Ab, .. 2 more]

Source fr. Arabic, Hebrew words. "Strong." Not that prominent as a baby name. [Abiri, Abeer, .. 1 more]

Stems fr. Old German language. "Noble strength." Adal, Adellard, etc. are seldom found as male names. [Adellard, .. 3 more]

A mighty warrior and hero who .. Rather quaint as a children's name. [Agamenon, .. 1 more]

Stems fr. Old German. "Noble strength." Usage of Adlard and forms was well-received among parents 115 years ago, but now, Al has become less trendy. [Aliard, Adlard, Adlar, .. 1 more]

Root fr. Greek. "Strong." Uncommon, with the -der suffix for Alcander, Alcinder, etc., like Alaxander, Alissander. [Alkender, Alkander, Alcindor, Alcinder]

Derived fr. Hebrew language. "Mighty nation." Not Top 2000 name. See also Aram. Biblical name ..

Based on Middle English element. "Strong fighter." Armstrong is infrequently used as a masculine name, occurring regularly (UPPER 1%) as a surname.


Source fr. Hebrew word. "Mountain of strength." Aron peaked in popularity a decade ago and is almost as popular now. See also Ahron. Spanish, Slavic, and Scandinavian form of ..

Top 2000 baby names ranking of Strong names: Aaron, Aron, Atlas, Autry, Ballard

Top 2000 baby names ranking of Strong names: Barrett, Bernard


.. name has connotations of great strength. Atlas and Attlas are unusual first names, and Atlas exists frequently (UPPER 10%) as a last name. [Attlas]

Origin fr. Old English element. "Noble strength." Less popular today. Audie was the form last listed (the 1970s) in the Top 2000. [Audie]


Based on Old English. "Noble strength." Autrey and Autry are rarely occurring as given names. Variant of Audrey .. [Autrey]

Stems fr. Old German, Old English words. "Brave, strong boar." Averit and variants are not Top 2000 names. Variant of Everett. [Averret, Averit, Averet, .. 1 more]

Derived fr. Hebrew. "My father is mighty." Popularly used, with usage of 0.012% for Aviram and Avi as children's names in 2015, higher than 0.01% a year ago. [Avi]


Based on Old German, Old Norse. "Brave and strong; round shaped." Less common today. Ballard last appeared in the 1940s in the Top 2000. See also Gallard.


.. (Old German) bear strength, or from .. Barrett and variants became more trendy in 2015, rising +137 rankings as boys' names with Barry rising the most. [Barry, Barrette, .. 6 more]

Source fr. Old German. "Strength of a bear." Compare last names Bernel (UPPER 80%), Bernat (12%). Sometimes used in English speaking countries .. [Bernold, Bernhald, .. 2 more]


Based on Old French, Old German elements. "Strong, brave bear." Barnardo, Barnhard, Barnhardo, Barny and Bearnard are more unconventional as variant forms of Bernard. Three famous medieval saints bore the .. [Vernados, Burnard, Bernt, Bernis, Bernd, Bernardo, Bernardino, Bern, Berend, Barnhardo, .. 13 more]

Based on Old German. "Bright strength; renowned leader." Berthold, like the similar Bertie, exists more usually as a surname. Uncommon in English speaking countries, but .. [Berton, Bertolt, Bertolde, Bertold, Berthoud, Bertell, Bert, .. 3 more]

Quick Reference

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

1. Aaron - Berthold
Aaron [37], Abelard [6], Abir [3], Adalhard [4], Agamemnon [2], Alard [4], Alcander [4], Amram, Armstrong, Aron, Atlas [1], Audey [1], Autry [1], Averett [4], Aviram [1], Ballard, Barrett [8], Bernal [4], Bernard [23], Berthold [10]

Boaz [2], Bogart [6], Bolivar [2], Brian [14], Brick [3], Burchard [5], Conall [4], Curley, Daivat, Darroch [2], Devereux [1], Donald [1], Donnell [4], Dureau [2], Eberhard [11], Einion [3], Ekon, Erez, Erhard [2], Eron

Everard [12], Everett [13], Fabian [22], Fafnir [2], Farold, Fermin [1], Flint [1], Fortney [5], Fouad [1], Gabriel [21], Gerard [31], Gevariah [4], Gibor [1], Gideon [4], Hale [1], Hamza, Harding [1], Hart [1], Hartman [1], Hercules [7]

Hezekiah [1], Ido [1], Jedrek [1], Ken [4], Kenji [1], Leonard [22], Leonardo, Lunn [2], Malden [1], Malin [3], Manzo, Mayfield, Maynard [6], Medwin [3], Meinhard [4], Meinrad, Michio, Nardo, Nimrod, Orion [1]

Orval, Othniel [1], Oz, Peter [21], Quinlan [1], Ramsay [3], Renny [1], Reynard [9], Rickward [2], Sagiv [1], Samson [6], Sewell [2], Stark [2], Strong, Swithin [2], Takeo, Thurl [1], Trahern [3], Tully [3], Uziah [1]

Uziel [2], Valentine [9], Valerian [5], Vidar, Willard [1], Wilmer [5], Wyatt [3], Yale [1], Zale [1], Zuberi [2]

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