Acacio - Bronco
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Acacio 1 .. Root fr. Greek element. "Thorny tree." Acacio is intermittently used as a given name. .. [Accacio]
Amarillo 2 .. The name has a certain rakish flair. Rare as a given name.
Barnes 3 .. The name's slightly rakish aura possibly goes back to Jake Barnes, hero of Hemingway's novel "The Sun Also Rises". Unique as a name for boys, Barnes is used more frequently as a surname. See also Burns.
Bram 4 .. Derivative of Scottish, Irish, Gaelic words. "A thicket of wild gorse." Rare as a birth name, Bram occurs more frequently as a surname. See also Cram. .. [Bramm, Bran, .. 1 more]
Bronco 5 .. Root fr. Mexican, Spanish languages. "Rough, unbroken horse." Bronco is intermittently used as a given name. See also Branch. .. [Bronko]
Summary of all Wild names (and their 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]