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Page 1/4. 35 Title names and what they mean, for title, rank for males. Here is the list of Title names for girls. These boy names reached the height of their popularity in 1910-1919 and are almost as popular today, but with names like Clarence, Earl, Delbert, Seymour and Marquis falling out of fashion. The more trendy baby names in this list are Major, Duke, King, Prince and Marshall.
Absalom .. His father then lamented, "Would God I had died for thee, O Absalom, my son, my son!" Also the title of a tragic novel by William Faulkner ..
Alexander .. The name was probably coined originally as a title of the goddess Hera, consort of Zeus ..
Barnett .. Also possibly from the English aristocratic title "baronet" .. Other ranks of English nobility such as Duke, Earl, and Baron are occasionally used as given names.
Baron .. A title of nobility, along the lines of Earl and Duke, used as a given name .. In England, a baron was the lowest rank of hereditary peerage that entitles the holder to serve in the House of Lords ..
Caesar .. Due to his fame and power, Caesar then became the title of the Roman emperors with the meaning "ruler", and led to Russian Tsar (see Czar) and German Kaiser ..
Alexander is a commonly used name, while Absalom, Barnett, Baron and Caesar are rare in comparison. (2000 U.S. Census)
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A to Z Index of all names (with variants) for boys
[Absalom - Caesar]
[Chancellor - Goodman]
[Jarl - Patrick]
[Plantagenet - York]
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