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Title baby names and what they mean, for title, rank, aristocracy, with 42 results. These boy names reached the peak of their popularity in the 1890s (USAGE OF 2.7%) and have remained as popular to this day (USAGE 2.5%, DOWN 8%), but with names such as Seymour becoming less stylish. The trendier baby names in this compilation are King (#163), Major (#360), Oliver (#19), Prince (#387) and Sebastian (#35), while Olivere (TOP 71%) and Sebastiani (30%) are common surnames.

Title names

Absalom - Hafiz | Harish - Thane | Xerxes - York

Absalom - Hafiz

.. son! Also the title of a .. Absalom (UPPER 58%), like Axsom (UPPER 22%), Ashcom (63%), is a common -om suffix surname. [Avsholom, Absolom, Absolem, Absalon, .. 3 more]

.. originally as a title of the .. Alexander has generally been the top pick of parents, though Zander has become popular as well over time, while forms such as Alec used to be popular. [Zandros, Zander, Xander, Sikander, Saunders, Sandy, Sandie, Sandor, Lexo, Iskender, .. 60 more]

.. from the English aristocratic title "baronet" .. Adoption of Barnett and variants as boys' names in 2015 was 41.8% more than the previous decade. [Barry, Baronet, .. 6 more]

A title of nobility, along the .. Usage of Baron and variants was up 7 years ago and is almost as widespread now. [Barron, .. 3 more]

.. then became the title of the .. Sezar and forms were popular with parents in 2005 and are less conventional today. [Sezar, Seasar, Cesar, .. 6 more]

.. name, surname and title of high .. Used widely as boys' names, Chance, Chancellor, etc. are comparable to the conventional Chayce. [Chaunce, Chancelor, .. 2 more]

.. used to indicate rank in the .. Chevron is uncommon as a children's name.

.. The title "Duke of Clarence" was .. Clarence and Clarance are common as versions. [Klarenz, Claron, Clarance, Claran, .. 8 more]

.. . Darcy, with connotations of Norman aristocracy. A slightly untypical birth name, Darcy exists more frequently as a last name. [Darsy, D'Arcy, .. 2 more]

.. Dilbert is the title of a .. A somewhat untypical boys' name, Delbert is on the other hand found fairly often as a surname. [Dilbert, .. 3 more]

Top 2000 baby names ranking of Title names: Alexander, Barnett, Baron, Caesar, Chancellor

Top 2000 baby names ranking of Title names: Clarence, Darcy, Delbert, Duke, Earl, Emmanuel

Title used as a nickname or .. Adoption of Duke as a children's name in 2015 was a lot more than a decade ago. See also Deke.

.. on the English title, originally a .. Earl (upper 1%), Early (2%), Earle (3%), Rollo (9%) and Erle (46%) occur frequently as last names. [Rollo, Erle, Erl, Early, .. 6 more]

.. a surname in the English aristocracy. Egeran and Egerson are creative forms. [Edgerton]

.. a name title for the promised .. Adoption of Manual and forms was widespread in 2005 and is almost as conventional now, but with Manuel becoming somewhat dated. [Manuelo, Manuela, Manuel, Manolo, Manny, Emonuel, Emmonual, Emmanual, Emmanouil, Emanuele, .. 13 more]

Possibly refers to the naval rank .. Ensign was not a Top birth name in 2015.

.. one of the titles of Apollo. Faivish, Feibush, etc. are rarely found as first names. [Feivel, .. 2 more]

This was the title of Aurangzeb .. Ghazi is scarcely used as a men's name, appearing regularly (upper 30%) as a surname. See also Gaz.

.. to be a title, like Mister .. Rather uncommon as a birth name, Goodman occurs more commonly as a last name. [Guttmann, Guttman, .. 1 more]

One of the titles of the .. Not Top 2000 names. [Gopala]

Originally a title for people who .. Hafeez (top 22%) and Hafiz (33%) exist commonly as last names. [Haphiz, .. 2 more]

Quick Reference

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

1. Absalom - Hafiz
Absalom [Absolem, Absolom, Absolon, Abshalom, Avshalom, Avsholom], Alexander [Xander, Zander, Zandro, Zandros, Saunders, Sikander, ..], Barnett [Barry, Barnie, Barrie, Barron, Baronet, Baronett, ..], Baron [Barr, Barren, Barron, Baronicio], Caesar [Cezar, Sezar, Cesare, Cesaro, Kaiser, Seasar, ..], Chancellor [Chance, Chaunce, Chancelor, Chansellor], Chevron, Clarence [Clarry, Klarenz, Clarrie, Klarance, Clarrance, Clarrence, ..], Darcy [Darsy, D'Arcy, Darsey, Darcey], Delbert [Bert, Bertie, Dalbert, Dilbert], Duke, Earl [Irl, Erle, Errol, Erryl, Rollo, Erroll, ..], Egerton [Edgerton], Emmanuel [Manolo, Manola, Manual, Manuel, Manuela, Manuelo, ..], Ensign, Faivish [Feivel, Fayvel, Feibush], Ghazi, Goodman [Guttman, Goodmann, Guttmann], Gopal [Gopala], Hafiz [Haphiz, Hafeez, Hapheez]

Harish, Hugh [Huw, Ugo, Shug, Ugolin, Hugues, Shuggie, ..], Jarl [Jarell], Khanh [Khan], King, Mahatma, Major [Majer, Mayer, Mayor], Marmion [Marmyon, Marmeon, Marmionn], Marquis [Marqui, Marques, Marquez, Marquiz, Marquess, Marquise, ..], Marshall [Marsh, Marshal, Marschal, Marshell, Marischal, Marischall], Oliver [Olley, Ollie, Olivio, Olivor, Olliver, Ollivor, ..], Patrick [Pats, Pink, Patty, Patsy, Patton, Patten, ..], Plantagenet, Prince [Prinz, Prinze, Printz, Printze, Princeton], Rajan [Raj, Raja, Rajah], Sayid [Syed, Saiyid, Sayeed], Sebastian [Seb, Sebo, Sabastian, Sebastien, Sebestyen, Sebastiano, ..], Seymour [Seamor, Seamore, Seamour, Seymore], Snowden [Snowdon], Thane [Thaine, Thayne]

Xerxes, York [Yorke, Yorick, Yorrick]

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