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White baby names and what they mean, for white, fair, pale, blond.

These boy names reached the top of their popularity during the years 1910-1919 (usage of 0.0718%) and are almost as popular today (usage 0.0549%, 23.6%), but with names such as Kenyon, Minor, Morgan, Oran and Oren becoming somewhat outmoded. The trendier names for newborns among these are Blake (#84), Finn (#234), Finnegan (#464), Gael (#213) and Gannon (#413), and there is a resurgence in baby name usage for Gannon. Bonning (top 59%) and Bunning (26%) are popular surnames.

Here is the list of White names for girls.

pinAdil - Boyne

Page 1/5 of 90 White names.

Top 1000 baby names ranking of White names: Albin, Alva, Barry, Blake, Boyd

Adil 1 .. Origin fr. Arabic language. "Righteous, fair." Not in Top 1000. [Adeel, .. 1 more]

Alban 2 .. .. the Roman Empire called Alba "white" .. Ranked in Top 1000. [Al, Albie, Auban, Aubin, .. 13 more]

Albin 3 .. Based on English element. "White, pale skinned." Albin, Alpin, Aubin (cf. Allain) are popular -in suffix surnames. From the root word "albino" .. [Al, Alben, Albyn, .. 3 more]

Albion 4 .. Source fr. Latin, Celtic languages. "White; rock, crag." Adbion, Albionney and Anbion are kreatif variations. Albion is an ancient poetic name ..

Alfio 5 .. Derivative of Italian word. "White." Alfio was not a Top birth name in 2014. See also Alfie.

Alpin 6 .. Source fr. Scottish, Gaelic languages. "Fair." Uncommon, with the common -in ending for Alpin, Macalpin, Mcalpin like Acelin. From Albinus (Latin) "white" via Ailpein. [Alpine, Macalpin, .. 2 more]

Alva 7 .. Stems fr. Irish, Gaelic. "White." Not in Top 1000. Also related to Latin Albin .. [Alba, .. 1 more]

Arjuna 8 .. Derived fr. Hindi, Sanskrit. "White." Rather quaint as a birth name. Refers to the whiteness of milk .. [Arjun]

Bainbridge 9 .. From Irish, Gaelic. "Pale bridge." Bain (upper 1%), Bayne (4%) and Bainbridge (6%) are found regularly as surnames. Also a place name for an .. [Bain, Baynbridge, Baynebridge, .. 2 more]

Banning 10 .. Stems fr. Irish, Gaelic language. "Small fair one; son of the .. ." Not in popularity charts. See also Canning.

Barry 11 .. Source fr. Irish, Gaelic language. "Fair haired." Barry and Berry are generally used as forms. .. of "fionnbharr", meaning "fair haired" see .. [Bari, Barrey, Barrington, .. 6 more]

Berilo 12 .. Derivative of Spanish, Greek. "Pale green gemstone." Not Top 1000 names. Masculine version of Beryl .. [Berillo]

Bialas 13 .. Stems fr. Polish, Slavic words. "White haired child." Not in popularity charts. See also Beals.

Blake 14 .. Stems fr. Old English language. "pale, white." Popularly used, with usage of 0.3053% for Blake and variants as boys' names in 2014, though lower than 0.3083% the previous year. Transferred use of the surname .. [Blakely, .. 1 more]

Blakely 15 .. Derivative of Old English language. "pale meadow." Not in Top 1000. Place name .. [Blakelee, Blakeleigh, Blakelie, .. 1 more]

Blakeney 16 .. Derivative of Old English language. "white island." Not in Top 1000. Place name .. [Blakenie, Blakeny]

Blanco 17 .. From Spanish element. "Fair, white." Outside Top 1000. [Bianco]

Bowie 18 .. Derivative of Scottish, Gaelic words. "Blond." Usage of Bowie, Bowen, etc. as baby names in 2014 was 6.8% more than in 2013. Colonel James Bowie, scout and originator .. [Bow, Bowen]

Boyd 19 .. .. to Gaelic "buidhe", meaning "yellow, blond" .. Somewhat common as boys' names, Boyd and Boid are similar to the popular Bud. [Boid]

Boyne 20 .. Source fr. Irish, Gaelic language. "White cow." Not Top 1000 names. Also a historic place name in .. [Boine, .. 2 more]

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Summary of White names (and variants) for boys.

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