Baby Names associated with New for Boys
New baby names and what they mean, for new.
Andreas - GabrielPage 1/3 of 54 New names.
Andreas 1 .. The original New Testament Greek form .. Common as surname, and Andreas (top 7%) is comparable to popular -as surname Arras (top 18%). Unisex name.
Athol 2 .. Source fr. Gaelic language. "New Ireland." Athol and Atholl are uncommon as boys' names. Place name .. [Atholl]
Bartlet 3 .. with old money New England connotations. Outside Top 1000. [Bartlett, Bartlitt]
Boden 4 .. Root fr. Scandinavian, Old French languages. "One who brings news." Boden and Bodie were Top birth names in 2014. Saint Bodey (16th century) was an .. [Bodey, .. 5 more]
Brockhoist 5 .. .. family name in Old New York. Not in Top 1000.
Calvert 6 .. .. ousted by the new Protestant regime .. Carlvert, Caxvert and Celvert are kreatif variations. [Calbert]
Chauncey▼ 7 .. .. coinage from a New England surname .. Prominent, with usage of 0.1074% for Chauncey and variants as birth names in 2014, but lower than 0.1087% the previous year. [Chance, Chauncy, .. 4 more]
Cimarron 8 .. Great Plains from New Mexico to .. Unique. Simarron, var. (cf. Chevron) ends with the unusual -ron. [Cimeron, .. 2 more]
Clinton▼ 9 .. .. century governor of New York, De .. Prevalent, with the -ton suffix for Clinton like Clyffeton. [Clint, .. 2 more]
Concord 10 .. .. capital city of New Hampshire and .. Unisex name. A baby name that is little-used, Concord is used more conventionally as a surname.
Constantine▼ 11 .. .. Russia as the new home of .. Constans, Constant, Constantin, Constantino and Constantius are more rare as variations of Constantine. [Constans, Constantino, Constantius, Costa, Konstanz, .. 5 more]
Dabney 12 .. .. immigrant to the New World named .. Outside Top 1000. [Dabnee, .. 2 more]
Darrien 13 .. to one of New York City's .. Somewhat frequently used as baby names, Darrien, Darrion, etc. are pronounced like the familiar Darin. [Darian, Darion, Darrian, Darrion, Darryen, .. 1 more]
Eleazar 14 .. .. form used in the New Testament .. Frequently used as children's names, Eli, Eleazar, etc. are pronounced like the common Eloy. [Elazar, Eleasar, .. 6 more]
Elijah▲ 15 .. In the New Testament it appears .. Adoption of Elijah and variants as birth names in 2014 was up 24% compared to 10 years ago. [Eli, Elia, Elija, Eljah, .. 11 more]
Emmanuel▲ 16 .. .. Emmanuel is used in the New .. Emmanuel, Emmonuel, etc. became less popular in 2014, falling on average -2 rankings as baby names with Manuel dropping the most. [Eman, Emonuel, .. 21 more]
Erie 17 .. lived in western New York State .. Unusual, with the -ie suffix like Everlie. See also Arie.
Evangel 18 .. Source fr. Greek word. "Good news." Evangel, Evangelo, etc. are not in the Top 1000. Masculine form of Evangeline. [Evangelin, Evangelo, Vangelis, .. 4 more]
Fiorello 19 .. New York mayor Fiorello La Guardia. Not Top 1000 name.
Gabriel▲ 20 .. .. Zacharias in the New Testament, and .. Ranked in Top 1000. [Gab, Gabby, Gabe, Gabi, Gabie, Gabor, Gabrielli, Gabriello, Garbriele, Gavriel, .. 11 more]
Summary of New names (and variants) for boys.Andreas - Gabriel
Andreas, Athol [Atholl], Bartlet [Bartlett, Bartlitt], Boden [Bodie, Bodey, Bodin, Bodine, Bowden, Bowdoin], Brockhoist, Calvert [Calbert], Chauncey▼ [Chance, Chauncy, Chaunsy, Chancey, Chaunsey, Chawncey], Cimarron [Simeron, Cimeron, Simarron], Clinton▼ [Klint, Clint, Clintt], Concord, Constantine▼ [Costa, Konstanz, Konstantin, Konstantio, Constantino, Constantius, ..], Dabney [Dabny, Dabnee, Dabnie], Darrien [Darion, Darian, Darrian, Darrion, Darryan, Darryen], Eleazar [Eli, Ely, Elie, Eliazar, Eliezer, Eleazaro, ..], Elijah▲ [Ely, Lige, Ellis, Elyot, Elliot, Elyott, ..], Emmanuel▲ [Manolo, Manola, Manual, Manuel, Manuela, Manuelo, ..], Erie, Evangel [Vangelo, Vangelis, Evangelo, Vangelios, Evangelos, Evangelino], Fiorello, Gabriel▲ [Gay, Gavril, Jabril, Jibril, Gavriel, Gavrilo, ..]Gamaliel - Paul
Gamaliel [Gmali, Gamliel], Harmony [Harmonio], James [Jim, Jimbo, Jimmy, Jemmy, Jimmie, Seamus, ..], Lindsay▼ [Linzy, Linsey, Linsay, Lyndsay, Lyndsey, Lyndsie, ..], Mario▲ [Marius, Meirion, Marianus], Mark [Marq, Markus, Markov, Marque, Marques, Marquus, ..], Masefield, Monroe▼ [Monro, Munro, Munroe], Nashua, Neander, Nelson▼ [Nels, Nils, Niles, Nilson, Nelsen, Nilsson, ..], Neville [Nev, Nevil, Nevile, Nevill, Nevyle], Newbury [Newbery, Newberry], Newcomb [Newcombe], Newell▼ [Newel, Newall, Newhall], Newland, Newlin, Newport, Newton▼, Paul [Pol, Poll, Poul, Pavlo, Pawel, Pavlik, ..]Rudy - Zuni
Rudy▼ [Rudi, Rudee, Rudelle], Rush▼, Saviero, Savion▼ [Xavion, Savionn], Seneca, Skyler▲ [Skylar, Skylor, Skylen, Skielor, Skyelar, Skyller, ..], Tammany, Taos, Trenton▲ [Trenten, Trentin], Vermont, Wagner [Wagoner, Waggoner], Wyandanch, Xavier▲ [Xavi, Xever, Zavier, Xayvion, Xaviell, Xathieur, ..], Zuni