Hares names and what they mean, for hares, rabbit.
Arledge - WarrenPage 1/1 of 9 Hares names.
Arledge 1 .. Derivative of Old English element. "Lake with the hares." Amledge, Anledge and Atledge are kreatif forms. Place name .. [Arlidge, .. 2 more]
Coney 2 .. Source fr. Middle English. "Rabbit." Coneys (top 64%) is a popular surname similar to Coney (top 5%). See also Cheney.
Harden 3 .. Stems fr. Old English language. "Valley of the hares." Not in popularity charts. Place name. [Hardin, .. 1 more]
Harford 4 .. Derived fr. Old English language. "Ford of the hares." Not in Top 1000. First used as a given name in the 19 .. [Harfurd, .. 2 more]
Hargrove 5 .. Derived fr. Old English language. "Grove of the hares." Hargrave (top 3%), Hargreaves (9%) and Hargrove (1%) are found regularly as surnames. [Hargrave, .. 1 more]
Harvey▲ 6 .. .. upstaged by a giant invisible rabbit .. Prominent, with the androgynous -ey suffix for Harvey, Hervey like Hagley. [Harv, Harve, .. 6 more]
Harwood 7 .. Derivative of Old English element. "Wood of the hares." Not in Top 1000. [Harewood]
Peter 8 .. .. Peter Rabbit; film directors Peter Jackson .. Usage of Peterson and forms expanded during 1900-1909 and is lower today, with Pedro, Pete and Pierre becoming less trendy. [Boutros, Pedro, Pekka, Per, Petre, Pierce, .. 16 more]
Warren▼ 9 .. .. the haphazard tunnels of a rabbit .. Frequently used as birth names, Warrin, Warren, etc. are similar to the popular Darrin. [Ware, Warrin, Warriner, .. 1 more]
Summary of Hares names (and variants) for boys.Arledge - Warren
Arledge [Arlidge, Arlledge, Arrledge], Coney, Harden [Hardin, Hardon], Harford [Harfurd, Harrford, Harrfurd], Hargrove [Hargrave, Hargreaves], Harvey▲ [Herv, Harv, Harve, Harvy, Herve, Hervey, Harvee, Harvie], Harwood [Harewood], Peter [Piet, Pyotr, Piotr, Piero, Pierce, Pieter, Pietro, Pierre, ..], Warren▼ [Ware, Waring, Warrin, Warriner]