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Boy Names associated with White


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White baby names and what they mean, for white, fair, pale, blond, with 90 results. These boy names reached the top of their popularity in the year 2012 (ADOPTION OF 1.08%) and are almost as popular today (ADOPTION 0.85%, 21%), but with names such as Alva becoming less stylish. Blake (#96), Finn (#209), Finnegan (#405) and Gannon (#532) are four of the more contemporarily stylish baby names in this compilation, while Bonning (TOP 59%) and Bunning (26%) are popular surnames. Here is the list of White names for girls.

White names

Adil - Boyne | Caerwyn - Finnegan | Frost - Morgan | Odhran - Whitlock | Whitman - Wynn

Adil - Boyne

Origin fr. Arabic language. "Righteous, fair." Aadil is also a marginally prominent baby name. [Adiel, .. 1 more]

.. the Roman Empire called Alba "white" .. Alban (UPPER 10%), comparable to Abban (UPPER 80%), Aban (51%), is a common -ban suffix surname. [Aubin, Auban, Albie, .. 14 more]

Based on English element. "White, pale skinned." Al is familiar (upper 36%) as a male name. From the root word "albino" .. [Aubin, Albyn, Alben, Al, .. 2 more]

Source fr. Latin, Celtic languages. "White; rock, crag." Used somewhat widely as a children's name, Albion is comparable to the common Alvin. See also Alben. Albion is an ancient poetic name ..

Derivative of Italian word. "White." Alfio was not a Top birth name in 2015. See also Alfie.

Source fr. Scottish, Gaelic languages. "Fair." Alphin (TOP 15%), Alwin (29%) are popular surnames. From Albinus (Latin) "white" via Ailpein. [Mcalpine, Macalpin, .. 2 more]

Stems fr. Irish, Gaelic. "White." Alva is commonplace (top 65%) as a masculine name, while Alba and Alvah are intermittently used. Also related to Latin Albin .. [Alvah, .. 1 more]

Derived fr. Hindi, Sanskrit. "White." Rather quaint as a birth name. Refers to the whiteness of milk .. [Arjun]

From Irish, Gaelic. "Pale bridge." Bain (upper 1%), Bayne (4%) and Bainbridge (6%) are found regularly as surnames. Also a place name for an .. [Baynebridge, Baynbridge, Bain, .. 2 more]

Stems fr. Irish, Gaelic language. "Small fair one; son of the .. ." Barning and Boning are creative forms. See also Canning.

Top 2000 baby names ranking of White names: Albin, Albion, Alva, Barry, Blake

Top 2000 baby names ranking of White names: Blakely, Boyd

Source fr. Irish, Gaelic language. "Fair haired." Bari (upper 17%), Barrie (8%), Barrington (4%), Barry (1%) and Berry (1%) appear often as surnames. .. of "fionnbharr", meaning "fair haired" see .. [Berry, Barrington, Barrey, .. 6 more]

Derivative of Spanish, Greek. "Pale green gemstone." Not Top 2000 names. Masculine version of Beryl .. [Berillo]

Stems fr. Polish, Slavic words. "White haired child." Not in popularity charts. See also Beals.

Stems fr. Old English language. "Pale, white." Popularly used, with usage of 0.222% for Blake and variants as boys' names in 2015, though lower than 0.258% the previous year. Transferred use of the surname .. [Blakeman, .. 1 more]

Derivative of Old English language. "Pale meadow." A moderately quaint baby name, Blakely is used more often as a last name. Place name .. [Blakelie, Blakeleigh, .. 2 more]

Derivative of Old English language. "White island." Blakeney, like the similar Blakeley, exists more often as a surname. Place name .. [Blakeny, .. 1 more]

From Spanish element. "Fair, white." Outside Top 2000. [Bianco]

Derivative of Scottish, Gaelic words. "Blond." Bowie, like the similar Boe, occurs more often as a surname. Colonel James Bowie, scout and originator .. [Bowen, .. 1 more]

.. to Gaelic "buidhe", meaning "yellow, blond" .. Boyd is popular as a version. [Boid]

Source fr. Irish, Gaelic language. "White cow." Rare, with the androgynous-sounding -ne ending for Boyne, Boine, like Bayne. Also a historic place name in .. [Boyn, .. 2 more]

Quick Reference

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

1. Adil - Boyne
Adil [Adeel, Adiel], Alban [Auben, Aubin, ..], Albin [Alpin, Aubin, ..], Albion, Alfio, Alpin [Mcalpin, Mcalpine, ..], Alva [Alba, Alvah], Arjuna [Arjun], Bainbridge [Bayne, Baynebridge, ..], Banning, Barry [Bazz, Berry, ..], Berilo [Berillo], Bialas, Blake [Blakely, Blakeman], Blakely [Blakeley, Blakelie, ..], Blakeney [Blakeny, Blakenie], Blanco [Bianco], Bowie [Bow, Bowen], Boyd [Boid], Boyne [Boyn, Boyde]

Caerwyn, Calogero [Kalogeros, Kalogerus], Candido [Candide, Candidio], Carwyn [Caerwyn], Dewitt [Witt, Dwight], Duane [Dwaine, Dwayne, ..], Dwight, Eilwyn, Eirwyn, Elvio, Elwyn [Elwin, Elwynn], Fairbairn, Fairchild, Finbar [Fionnbarr, Fionnbharr, ..], Fingal [Finn, Fionghall, ..], Finlay [Lee, Leigh, ..], Finn [Fynn, Fionn], Finnian [Phinean, Phinian, ..], Fintan [Fiontan, Fionntan], Finnegan [Finegan]

Frost, Fulvio, Gael [Gale], Galvin [Galven, Galvon, ..], Gannon, Gavin [Gwayn, Gwayne, ..], Gaynor [Gayner, Gaynnor, ..], Gilby [Gillby, Gillbie, ..], Giustino [Giusto, Giustiniano], Gwayne, Gwyn [Wyn, Gwynedd, ..], Gwynfor [Wynfor, Wynford], Heddwyn [Hedwyn, Hedwynn], Heimdall [Heiman, Heimann], Kenyon, Kerem, Laban [Lavan], Mackinley [Mckinlay, Mckinley], Minor [Mynor, Meinor, ..], Morgan [Morgun, Morrgan]

Odhran [Oran, Odran], Oran [Orren, Orrin, ..], Oren [Orren, Orrin, ..], Randi, Rubio, Trevin [Trevon, Trevyn, ..], Wapiti, Wedgwood [Wedgewood], Weissman [Weissmann], Wentworth, Whitbeck, Whitby [Whitbey, Whitebie], Whitcomb [Whitcumb, Whitcombe], White [Whitey], Whitehead, Whitelaw [Whitlaw], Whitfield, Whitford, Whitley, Whitlock

Whitman, Whitmore [Witmore, Wittemore, ..], Whitney, Whittaker [Whitaker, Whitacker], Wilbur [Wilber, Willbur], Wycliff [Wycliffe], Wycombe [Wycomb], Wyman, Wyn, Wynn [Wynne, Wynton, ..]

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