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11 Wild names and what they mean, for wild for baby boys, listing 1-11. Here is the list of Wild names for girls.
Bram .. "A thicket of wild gorse." ..
Cody .. Use as a given name has been influenced by Buffalo Bill Cody (1846-1917), the showman of the Wild West.
Dingo .. The wild dogs of Australia, similar to foxes.
Moreland .. A moor is a large, rolling expanse of swampy, infertile, and wild land.
Rodeo .. A name with connotations of cowboys and the Wild West.
Saguaro .. Saguaro National Monument is a wild area in Arizona.
Sassacus .. "Wild man." ..
Terach .. "Wild goat." ..
Tex Modern name of the Lone Star state which has a rakish aura due to association with cowboys and the Wild West.
Wyatt .. Wild West Sheriff Wyatt Earp.
Cody and Wyatt are commonly used names, while Bram, Dingo, Moreland, Rodeo, Saguaro, Sassacus, Terach, Tex and Wilder are rare in comparison. (2000 U.S. Census)
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Alaric .. Historical: Alaric I was the Gothic king of the Visigoths who plundered Rome in AD 410 ..
Clare .. In Thomas Hardy's tragic novel "Tess of the D'Urbervilles", Tess falls in love with, and is abandoned by, a man named Angel Clare.
Dudley .. The absurd Canadian Mountie Dudley Doright was a staple character in the 1960s "Rocky and Bullwinkle Show" ..
Brendan .. Saint Brendan of Ireland (sixth century), known as "the Voyager", is famed for his scholarship and adventurous traveling, including a seven-year voyage to a land that some think may have been North America ..
Odysseus .. "Angry man." ..
Breed .. Possibly an occupational name to do with animal breeding ..
Conan .. Made famous by Conan the Barbarian, the fictional character from novels and movies in the 1980s ..
Rowdy .. "Boisterous." ..
Archibald .. "Genuine, bold, brave." ..
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