European names and what they mean, for european.
Cheyenne - TamerlanePage 1/1 of 10 European names.
Cheyenne 1 .. .. fierce opponents of European settlement in .. Cheyenco, Cheyenneco and Cheyenpe are kreatif variations. [Chayan, Shayanne, .. 2 more]
Comanche 2 .. .. horsemen who opposed European annexation of .. Not Top 1000 name.
Hovannes 3 From Central European, Hebrew. "God is gracious." Not in Top 1000. Variant of John via Johannes.
Hudson▲ 4 .. .. was the first European to visit .. Ranked in Top 1000. See also Judson.
Milan▲ 5 .. Usage in European languages is derived .. Popular as last name. Compare Milan (top 4%) and popular surname Milam (top 2%), which also begins with Mil-. See also Mellan.
Reynard 6 .. .. comes from medieval European animal stories .. Renauld and variants are seldom found as male names. [Raynard, Renard, Renauld, Reynardo, .. 5 more]
Rhinebeck 7 .. .. is a major European river on .. Rhinebeck and Rheinbeck are rarely used as children's names. [Rheinbeck]
Roland▼ 8 .. .. common in several European languages, and .. Prevalent, with the androgynous -land suffix for Roland, Rowland, etc. like Rockland. [Lannie, Rollie, Rolly, .. 13 more]
Seminole 9 .. .. Florida and resisted European American attempts .. Rather quaint as a birth name.
Tamerlane 10 .. the Lame, by Europeans during the .. Uncommon. Tamburlane, var. (cf. Tune) ends with the favored androgynous -ne. [Tamarlain, Tamberlain, .. 7 more]
Summary of European names (and variants) for boys.Cheyenne - Tamerlane
Cheyenne [Chayan, Shayan, Chayann, Shayanne], Comanche, Hovannes, Hudson▲, Milan▲, Reynard [Renard, Renaud, Rennard, Renauld, Renardo, Reynardo, Reinhard, Reinhardt], Rhinebeck [Rheinbeck], Roland▼ [Rowe, Rolly, Rollo, Rollie, Rollin, Rolland, Rollins, Rowland, ..], Seminole, Tamerlane [Tamurlayn, Tamarlayn, Tamberlane, Tamburlane, Tamurlaine, Tamberlain, Tamburlaine, Tamberlaine]