Baby Names associated with Water for Boys
Atwater - MarkPage 1/2 of 30 Water names.
Atwater 1 .. Origin fr. Old English. "At the water." Anwater, Atwaterau and Auwater are kreatif forms. Place name. [Attwater]
Baptist 2 .. .. baptized Jesus with water in the .. Popular as last names. Compare Baptist (upper 10%) and popular -ist last name Buist (upper 22%). [Babtysta, Baptiste, Battiste, .. 2 more]
Brooks▲ 3 .. Origin fr. Old English, Old German elements. "Water, small stream." Brooks (+56) is a trendy version undergoing resurgence. Director Brooks Atkinson. [Brook, .. 3 more]
Caspian 4 .. inland body of water in the .. Unusual. Caspian, like Corbinian, has the -an ending. See also Campian.
Cranford 5 .. .. refers to the water dwelling birds. Uncommon, with the -ord ending for Cranford like Cord. [Cranfurd]
Destin▼ 6 .. .. Destan means "by the still waters". Rare, with the androgynous -in suffix for Destin like Deakin. [Destan, .. 1 more]
Devereux 7 .. .. to do with water "eau", or .. Deveraux and Devereux are uncommon as given names. [Deveraux]
Dover 8 .. Root fr. Welsh language. "Water." Dover was not among 2014's Top names. See also Davar. Name of the British seaport on ..
Earvin 9 .. Based on Gaelic element. "Green, fresh water." Unique, with the -vin suffix like Elvin. See also Marvin. Variant of Irvin ..
Ervin▼ 10 .. Stems fr. Gaelic language. "Green, fresh water." Ervin has dwindled in popularity as a boys' name since the 1920s. See also Ervine. Variant of Irving ..
Erving 11 .. From Old English language. "Green, fresh water." Not in popularity charts. Variant of Irving .. [Ervine]
Fintan 12 .. .. lived only on bread and water. Fintan, Fionntan and Fiontan are not in the Top 1000. [Fionntan, .. 1 more]
Fontaine 13 .. From French word. "Fountain, water source." Unusual. Fontaine, var., like Faine, ends with the androgynous-sounding -ne. [Fontana, Fonteyne, .. 2 more]
Glyndwr 14 .. Derived fr. Welsh word. "Valley of water." Not that prominent as a children's name. From glyn dwr .. [Glendower, Glyn, Glyndwer, .. 2 more]
Irving▼ 15 .. Based on Gaelic language. "Green, fresh water." Irving, Ervin and Irvin are generally used as forms. A Scottish surname probably derived from .. [Earvin, Erv, Irv, Irven, Irvyn, .. 3 more]
Kenn 16 .. Source fr. Welsh. "Bright water." Kenn, like the similar Kern, occurs more often as a surname. See also Penn. Also a variant of Kenneth.
Kyle▲ 17 .. .. narrow body of water between two .. Adoption of Kye and variants intensified in 2011 and is almost as widespread now. [Kile, Kyler, Kyrell, .. 5 more]
Lake 18 .. for an inland body of water. Not in Top 1000. [Laike, .. 4 more]
Lamar▼ 19 .. Root fr. Old French, Old German languages. "The water; land famous." Lamar has fallen off in popularity as a birth name since 1980-1989. Plutocrat Lamar Hunt. [Lamarr, Lemarr, .. 2 more]
Mark 20 .. .. ! meaning that the water was two .. The trendier forms are Marcus (+2), Marco, Mario, Markus (+59) and Marcos undergoing rebound. [Marc, Marco, Marko, Markos, Markov, .. 13 more]
Summary of Water names (and variants) for boys.Atwater - Mark
Atwater [Attwater], Baptist [Babtysta, Baptiste, Battista, Battiste, Bautista], Brooks▲ [Brook, Brooke, Brookes, Brookie], Caspian, Cranford [Cranfurd], Destin▼ [Destan, Deston], Devereux [Deveraux], Dover, Earvin, Ervin▼, Erving [Ervine], Fintan [Fiontan, Fionntan], Fontaine [Fontana, Fontane, Fontayne, Fonteyne], Glyndwr [Glin, Glyn, Glynn, Glyndwer, Glendower], Irving▼ [Irv, Erv, Ervin, Irven, Irvyn, Irvin, Earvin, Irvine], Kenn, Kyle▲ [Kye, Kile, Kylan, Kiley, Kylar, Kyler, Kylen, Kyrell], Lake [Lakon, Laken, Laike, Laikin, Laiken], Lamar▼ [Lemar, Lemarr, Lamarr, Lamarre], Mark [Marq, Marko, Markos, Markov, Markus, Marque, Marquus, Marques, ..]Moses - Wiley
Moses [Moss, Moshe, Mozes, Mosie, Moyses, Mosheh, Mosiah, ..], Nalin [Nameen], Raphael▲ [Rafe, Rafel, Ravel, Rafello, Raffael, Raphello, Raffaello, Raphaello, ..], Ryan▲ [Rien, Rian, Rion, Ryen, Ryon, Ryne, Ryun], Tahoe, Tahoma [Tacoma, Tekoma, Tocoma], Trent▲ [Trenten, Trentin, Trenton], Varun [Varoun], Waterford, Wiley▼ [Wylie, Willey]