Wild Names

Wild names and what they mean, for wild, rough, thorny, rakish for men. Here is the list of Wild names for girls. These boy names were at the apex of their popularity in 1994 and have remained as popular to this day, but with names such as Larkin becoming less stylish. Wyatt (#39) and Cody (#220) are two of the more fashionable baby names in this compilation, with Wyatt undergoing a rekindling in usage.

Acacio - Bronco

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Acacio 1 .. Root fr. Greek element. "Thorny tree." Acacio is an uncommonly used male name. .. [Accacio]

Amarillo 2 .. The name has a certain rakish flair. Unique as a birth name.

Barnes 3 .. The name's slightly rakish aura possibly goes back to Jake Barnes, hero of Hemingway's novel "The Sun Also Rises". Seldom used as a given name for baby boys, occurring more often as a last name. See also Bernis.

Bram 4 .. Derivative of Scottish, Irish, Gaelic words. "A thicket of wild gorse." Bram is a scarce first name, appearing commonly (Top 84%) as a last name in the US Census. See also Brian. .. [Bramm, Bran, .. 1 more]

Bronco 5 .. Root fr. Mexican, Spanish languages. "Rough, unbroken horse." Seldom used as a given name. See also Branko. .. [Bronko]

Popularity of Wild baby names

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Quick Index

Summary of all Wild names (and variants) for boys.

[Acacio - Bronco]
Acacio [Accacio], Amarillo, Barnes, Bram [Bran, Bramm, Brann], Bronco [Bronko]

[Cody - Rowdon]
Cody [Kody, Codey, Codie, Codell], Dingo, Garvan [Garvin], Garvey [Garvy, Garve, Garvie, Garrvie], Girvin [Girvan, Girven, Girvon], Larkin, Moreland [Morland, Moorland], Reno, Rodeo, Rowdon

[Ruford - Wilder]
Ruford [Rufford], Saguaro [Seguaro], Sassacus, Stetson [Stetcyn, Stettson], Terach [Terah], Tex, Thorndike, Thornley [Thornly, Thornlea, Thornleigh], Thornycroft [Thorneycroft], Wilder [Wild, Wilde]

[Wyatt - Wyatt]
Wyatt [Wye, Wiatt, Wyeth]