Foreign Names

Foreign names and what they mean, for foreign for men.

Balfour - Xenophon

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Balfour 1 .. .. its author, British Foreign Secretary Arthur .. Rare. Balfour, Ballfour, like Gilmour, Zaylour, use the popular masculine -our ending. [Balfer, Balfor, .. 2 more]

Frayne 2 .. Derivative of Middle English element. "Foreign." Frayne, Fraine (cf. Franse, Fray) are popular Fra- prefix surnames. English playwright and novelist Michael Frayn. [Fraine, Frean, .. 3 more]

Galbraith 3 .. Derived fr. Scottish, Gaelic. "Foreign Briton." Uncommon. Galbraith, Gallbraith (cf. Goldsmith, Griffith) use the popular androgynous-sounding -ith suffix. Surname from gall meaning stranger and .. [Galbrait, Galbreath, .. 2 more]

Gallagher 4 .. Root fr. Irish, Gaelic language. "Foreign helper." Popular as last name, and Gallagher (top 1%) is similar to popular last names Caragher (top 72%), Meagher (4%), which also end with -gher. .. ", from gall "stranger, foreign" and cabhair " ..

Galloway 5 .. Stems fr. Gaelic element. "Foreign Gael." Common as surnames, and Galloway (top 1%), Gallway (97%), Galway (34%) are similar to common surnames Dilloway (top 64%), Jacoway (46%), which also end with -way. Another name for a Scot. [Gallway, .. 1 more]

Monroe 6 .. .. which by forbidding foreign interference in .. Monroe is commonly used as a version. [Monro, Munro, .. 1 more]

Xenophon 7 .. Derivative of Greek word. "Foreign voice." Not Top 1000 names. Xenophon was a Greek historian of .. [Xeno]

Top 1000 baby names ranking of Foreign names: Monroe

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Balfour - Xenophon
Balfour [Balfer, Balfor, Balfore, Ballfour], Frayne [Frayn, Frean, Freen, Fraine, Freyne], Galbraith [Galbrait, Galbreath, Gallbraith, Gallbreath], Gallagher, Galloway [Galway, Gallway], Monroe [Monro, Munro, Munroe], Xenophon [Xeno]