Baby Names associated with Valley for Boys
Anscom - DeanPage 1/4 of 75 Valley names.
Anscom 1 .. From Old English element. "Valley of the awesome one." Not Top 1000 names. .. term for a deep, narrow valley. [Anscomb, .. 2 more]
Arnon 2 .. Derived fr. Hebrew language. "Torrent valley." Not Top 1000 name. See also Arnow. Place name.
Arundel 3 .. Origin fr. Old English element. "Eagle valley." Not in Top 1000. Place name. [Arondel, Arondell, Arundale, .. 1 more]
Barden 4 .. Stems fr. Old English. "Barley valley." Not in Top 1000. Place name. [Bardon, .. 2 more]
Barksdale 5 .. Root fr. Old English element. "Birch valley." Not Top 1000 name.
Bascom 6 .. Based on Old English word. "Thorny plant valley." Bascom (cf. Bawcom) is a common -com suffix last name. See also Bassam. Surname and place name from Boscombe ..
Belden 7 .. Stems fr. Old English, Old French languages. "Pretty valley." Not that prominent as a birth name, Belden is used more frequently as a last name. Place name. [Beldene, Beldon, Belldene, .. 2 more]
Bing 8 .. Based on Old German element. "The hollow shaped like a pot." Bingge, Bingmi and Bingne are kreatif variations. Place name ..
Blagden 9 .. From Old English. "Dark valley." Not Top 1000 name. Place name.
Camden▲ 10 .. Source fr. Scottish, Gaelic languages. "Winding valley." Listed in Top 1000. Place name. [Camdin, Camdon]
Cassius▲ 11 .. Possibly "empty, hollow". An old Roman .. Cassius and Cash are familiar as versions. [Cash, Cassio, .. 1 more]
Cobden 12 .. Source fr. Old English word. "Valley with the cottage." Not in popularity charts. Place name. [Cobdenn]
Colden 13 .. From Old English language. "Dark valley." Colden, Colldin, etc. are not frequently used as boys' names. Place name. [Collden, Coldin, .. 1 more]
Cowan 14 .. Origin fr. Irish, Gaelic word. "Hollow in the hill." Unusual. Cowan, like Chambellan, has the -an ending. Place name. [Coe]
Crandall 15 .. Derived fr. Old English word. "Valley of cranes." Unique. Crandall (cf. Chaparall) uses the -all suffix. .. another term for a small valley. [Crandal, Crandell]
Dale▼ 16 .. From Old English word. "Valley." Usage of Dale as a birth name has declined circa the 1950s. .. "one who lives in the valley" .. [Dael, Daile, Dalen, .. 5 more]
Dallas 17 .. Source fr. Irish, Gaelic, Scottish languages. "From the dales, the valley meadows." Dal, Dalles, Dallis and Delles are more novel as variant forms of Dallas. Place name of a village in .. [Dal, Dalles, Dallis, .. 1 more]
Dallin 18 .. Origin fr. Old English. "From the valley." Usage of Dallen and variants escalated in 1999 and has become lower, with Dallin becoming less stylish. Place name .. [Dallan, .. 2 more]
Dalton▲ 19 .. Origin fr. Old English element. "From the valley town; the settlement .. ." Dalton is commonly occurring (upper 63%) as a men's name, whereas Daleton, Dallton, Dalten, Daulton and Delton are sparsely used. Place name .. [Delton, .. 4 more]
Dean▲ 20 .. Root fr. Old English word. "Valley; church official." Dean, Deane and Dino are commonplace as versions. Place name, or occupational name signifying .. [Deane, .. 4 more]
Summary of Valley names (and variants) for boys.Anscom - Dean
Anscom [Anscomb, Anscombe, Anscoombe], Arnon, Arundel [Arondel, Arondell, Arundale, Arundell], Barden [Bardon, Borden, Bordon], Barksdale, Bascom, Belden [Beldon, Bellden, Belldon, Belldene], Bing, Blagden, Camden▲ [Camdin, Camdon], Cassius▲ [Cash, Cass, Cassio], Cobden [Cobdenn], Colden [Coldin, Collden, Colldin], Cowan [Coe], Crandall [Crandal, Crandell], Dale▼ [Dalle, Dayle, Dallan, Dallin, ..], Dallas [Dal, Dalles, Dallis, Delles], Dallin [Dallan, Dallen, Dallon], Dalton▲ [Dalten, Daleton, Dallton, Daulton], Dean▲ [Deen, Dene, Deyn, Dino]Delaney - Halford
Delaney [Delani, Delano, Delany, Delanie, ..], Dell, Delmon [Delman, Delmont], Delton [Dalton], Denham, Denley [Denly, Denlie], Denman, Denver, Derry [Derrie], Dryden, Duvall [Duval], Elden [Elton, Eldon, Eldwyn, Eldwin], Elsdon, Emlyn [Emlen], Euphrates [Eufrates], Glen [Glin, Glyn, Glynn, Glinn, ..], Glenavon [Glenavin, Glennavin, Glennavon], Glyndwr [Glin, Glyn, Glynn, Glyndwer], Grover▼, Halford [Hallford]Hallam - Newcomb
Hallam [Hallem], Hampden, Harden [Hardin, Hardon], Hargrove [Hargrave, Hargreaves], Hayden▲ [Haden, Haydn, Haydon, Haydan], Herndon, Holbrook [Brook, Holbrooke], Holcomb [Holcombe, Holcoomb], Holden▲, Holman, Ichabod [Ikabod, Ikavod], Jared▲ [Jerod, Jerrad, Jerred, Jerrod, ..], Kamden▲ [Kamdon], Kendall▼ [Kenny, Kendyl, Kendle, Kendyll, ..], Lindell [Lindel, Linwood, Lyndall, Lyndell, ..], Logan▲ [Logen], Malden [Maldon], Marden [Mardel, Mardon, Mardyn], Marsden [Marsdin, Marsdon], Newcomb [Newcombe]Ogden - Wycombe
Ogden [Ogdan, Ogdon], Ramsden, Seldon [Selden, Sellden, Shelden], Sheldon▼ [Shelden, Sheldin], Shenandoah, Slade [Slaide, Slayde, Slayden], Tilden [Tildon, Tillden], Truesdale, Udell [Udel, Udall, Yudale, Yudell, ..], Ukiah, Vail [Vale, Bale, Vaill, Vaile], Vernon▼ [Vernee, Vernen, Verney, Vernin, ..], Walden [Waldi, Waldon, Waldenn], Whitcomb [Whitcumb, Whitcombe], Wycombe [Wycomb]