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Valley baby names and what they mean, for valley, hollow, grove, with 74 results. These boy names were at the apex of their popularity in 2001 (USAGE OF 1.48%) and have remained as common to this day (USAGE 1.35%, 8.3%), but with names such as Grover going out of style. The trendier birth names in this list are Camden (#104), Kamden (#370), Dallas (#255), Holden (#291) and Cassius (#646), while Comden (TOP 87%) and Houlden (73%) are conventional last names.

Valley names

Anscom - Dean | Delaney - Halford | Hallam - Ogden | Ramsden - Wycombe

Anscom - Dean

Anscom
From Old English element. "Valley of the awesome one." Uncommon. Compare Anscom and common -om surnames Alstrom (TOP 43%), Axsom (22%). .. term for a deep, narrow valley. [Anscoombe, .. 2 more]

Arnon
Derived fr. Hebrew language. "Torrent valley." Not that prominent as a birth name, Arnon is found more conventionally as a last name. See also Arnow. Place name.

Arundel
Origin fr. Old English element. "Eagle valley." Arondel, Arundell, etc. are rarely found as male names. Place name. [Arundell, Arundale, Arondell, .. 1 more]

Barden
Stems fr. Old English. "Barley valley." Barden, Borden, etc. are seldom found as male names. Place name. [Bordon, .. 2 more]

Barksdale
Root fr. Old English element. "Birch valley." Rather uncommon as a baby name, Barksdale is found more commonly as a last name.

Bascom

Bascom
Based on Old English word. "Thorny plant valley." Bascom is unusual as a men's name, appearing often (UPPER 9%) as a surname. See also Bassam. Surname and place name from Boscombe ..

Belden
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. [Belldon, Belldene, Beldon, .. 2 more]

Bing
Based on Old German element. "The hollow shaped like a pot." Bing is not in the Top 2000. See also King. Place name ..

Blagden
From Old English. "Dark valley." Blaiden is a moderately popular boys' name. Place name.

Camden

Camden
Source fr. Scottish, Gaelic languages. "Winding valley." A highly familiar children's name (#104 IN CURRENT LIST), Camden also exists frequently as a last name. Place name. [Camdon, Camdin]

Top 2000 baby names ranking of Valley names: Bascom, Camden, Cassius, Dale, Dallas

Top 2000 baby names ranking of Valley names: Dallin, Dalton, Dean

Cassius

Cassius
Possibly "empty, hollow". An old Roman .. Usage of Cassius, Cash, etc. as birth names in 2015 was up 6.2% compared to the year before. [Cassio, .. 2 more]

Cobden
Source fr. Old English word. "Valley with the cottage." Coben (UPPER 52%), Cowden (5%) are popular surnames. Place name. [Cobdenn]

Colden
From Old English language. "Dark valley." Colden, Colldin, etc. are not frequently used as boys' names. Place name. [Colldin, Coldin, .. 1 more]

Cowan
Origin fr. Irish, Gaelic word. "Hollow in the hill." Coan and Coban are creative forms. Place name. [Coe]

Crandall
Derived fr. Old English word. "Valley of cranes." Unique. Crandall, Crandell (compare Cardell, Cadell) use the -ll suffix. .. another term for a small valley. [Crandell, .. 1 more]

Dale

Dale
From Old English word. "Valley." Dayle and forms soared in popularity 7 decades ago and are now less conventional, with Dallin becoming less stylish. .. "one who lives in the valley" .. [Dayle, Dalen, Daile, .. 5 more]

Dallas

Dallas
Source fr. Irish, Gaelic, Scottish languages. "From the dales, the valley meadows." Dallas and variants became more popular in 2015, gaining +13 positions as baby names with Dallas leading the rise. Place name of a village in .. [Delles, Dallis, Dalles, .. 1 more]

Dallin

Dallin
Origin fr. Old English. "From the valley." Used somewhat widely as boys' names, Dallan, Dallin, etc. are pronounced like the conventional Dilan. Place name .. [Dallon, .. 2 more]

Dalton

Dalton
Origin fr. Old English element. "From the valley town; the settlement .. ." A very familiar baby name (#327 IN LATEST RANKINGS), Dalton also occurs often as a surname. Place name .. [Daulton, Delton, .. 3 more]

Dean

Dean
Root fr. Old English word. "Valley; church official." Adoption of Dean, Dino, etc. as baby names in 2015 was up 13.6% compared to the year before. Place name, or occupational name signifying .. [Dino, .. 4 more]

Quick Reference

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

1. 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 [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 [Hallem], Hampden, Harden [Hardin, Hardon], Hargrove [Hargrave, Hargreaves], 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 [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]

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