Baby Names associated with Thunder for Boys
Alvis - ThurlowPage 1/2 of 26 Thunder names.
Alvis▼ 1 .. .. of Thor, the god of thunder .. Outside Top 1000. [Alvise, Alwyss, .. 2 more]
Arthur 2 .. .. German name meaning "Thor, the eagle" .. Aathur, Amthur and Arthuraa are kreatif forms. [Aart, Arrt, Artair, Arthor, Arthuro, Artor, Artro, .. 10 more]
Faramond 3 .. .. Gaelic personal name possibly meaning "thunder". Uncommon. Compare Faramond, Pharamund, etc. with common surname Farland (upper 18%), which also ends with -nd. [Faramund, Pharamond, .. 3 more]
Faron 4 .. .. name Faramund, which might mean "thunder" .. Less popular today. Faron was the variant last appearing (the 1960s) in the Top 1000. [Farin, Faro, Farron, .. 2 more]
Farren 5 .. .. name Faramund, which might mean "thunder" .. Ferrin (upper 7%), Farren (7%), Ferron (10%), Farran (21%) and Farrin (38%) exist often as surnames. [Farran, Ferrin, .. 3 more]
Halldor 6 .. Derived fr. Old Norse element. "Rock Thor." Rather uncommon as a children's name. From hallr thorr.
Rai 7 .. From Japanese element. "Lightning, thunder." Not Top 1000 name. See also Roe. Also a Spanish short form of ..
Raiden▲ 8 The Japanese god of thunder. Ranked in Top 1000. See also Ryden.
Soren 9 .. .. also possibly from Thor (Old Norse) .. Soren became more trendy in 2014, gaining +13 positions as a children's name to reach #640. See also Joren.
Taran 10 .. Stems fr. Gaelic element. "Thunder." Taran, like the similar Laren, exists more usually as a surname. Lloyd Alexander gave the name to .. [Taren]
Tarleton 11 .. Derivative of Old English element. "Thor's settlement." Uncommon. Tarleton, like Tamson, uses the -on ending. Also a girls' name. Literary ..
Tarrant 12 .. Origin fr. Welsh language. "Thunder." Not in Top 1000. [Tarrent]
Terrell 13 .. Also possibly (Old German) "following Thor" .. Common, with the androgynous-sounding -ell ending for Terrell, Tirrell, etc., like Trumbell. [Tarrall, Terell, Terrall, Terrel, Terrelle, Terryl, Tirrell, .. 5 more]
Thor 14 .. "Thunder." Thor, Thorin, etc. are not frequently used as boys' names. .. Norse god of thunder and power .. [Thorian, Tor, Tyrus, .. 5 more]
Thorald 15 .. Derivative of Old Norse word. "Follower of Thor." Usage of Torald and variants stepped up in 1992 and is less today. [Terrell, .. 4 more]
Thorbert 16 .. Root fr. Old Norse word. "Thor's brightness." Thorbert and Torbert are uncommon masculine names, and Torbert appears regularly (top 10%) as a surname. [Torbert]
Thorburn 17 .. Derived fr. Old Norse language. "Thor's bear." Uncommon. Thorburn, Thorbern, Thorbjorn, like Tern, end with the masculine -rn. [Thorbern, Thorbjorn]
Thorley 18 .. Stems fr. Old English word. "Thor's meadow; thorn meadow." Uncommon, with the androgynous-sounding -ey ending, like Tomey. See also Thornley. Place name.
Thormond 19 .. Root fr. Old English element. "Thor's protection." Thurman (top 1%) and Thurmond (4%) appear commonly as last names. Senator Strom Thurmond. [Thurman, .. 2 more]
Thurlow 20 .. Source fr. Old English language. "Thor's hill." Thurlow and Thurloe are rarely adopted as baby names. Place name. [Thurloe]
Summary of Thunder names (and variants) for boys.Alvis - Thurlow
Alvis▼ [Alwis, Alvise, Alviss, Alwyss], Arthur [Arty, Arto, Artro, Artor, Artur, Artus, Arturo, Artturi, ..], Faramond [Faramund, Farrimond, Farrimund, Pharamond, Pharamund], Faron [Faro, Farin, Farren, Farrin, Farron], Farren [Farran, Farrin, Farron, Ferrin, Ferron], Halldor, Rai, Raiden▲, Soren, Taran [Taren], Tarleton, Tarrant [Tarrent], Terrell [Terryl, Tyrell, Terryal, Terrill, Terryll, Tyrrell, Tirrell, Terrelle, ..], Thor [Tor, Tore, Torre, Tyrus, Thorin, Thorian, Thorvald, Thorsson], Thorald [Tyrell, Torald, Terrell, Thorold, Terrill], Thorbert [Torbert], Thorburn [Thorbern, Thorbjorn], Thorley, Thormond [Thurman, Thurmond, Thurmund], Thurlow [Thurloe]Thurman - Torry
Thurman [Thurmon], Thurston [Torston, Torsten, Thorsten, Thorstan, Thurstan, Thursten, Thorstein, Thurstain], Tor [Thor], Torger, Torquil [Torkel, Torkill, Thorkel, Thirkell], Torry [Torry, Torey, Torrie, Torrey]