Baby Names associated with Sir for Boys
Sir baby names and what they mean, for sir.
Alexander - GoldsmithPage 1/2 of 34 Sir names.
Alexander▲ 1 .. .. actors Sir Alec Guinness, Alec Baldwin .. Listed in Top 1000. [Al, Alaster, Alcander, Alec, Alek, Aleksander, Aleksandr, Aleksanteri, Alesandro, Alessandro, .. 60 more]
Allaster 2 .. .. a minstrel in Sir Walter Scott's .. Not in popularity charts. See also Alyster.
Ashton▲ 3 .. .. Choreographer Sir Frederick Ashton; museum executive .. Ashton (upper 2%), Aston (5%), like Arton (upper 70%), are popular -ton suffix last names. [Ash, Ashford, .. 4 more]
Athelstan 4 .. .. revived somewhat by Sir Walter Scott's .. Athelstan is not a Top 1000 name.
Barry▼ 5 .. .. the fame of Sir James Barrie .. Bari, Baris, Barree, Barrey and Barrie are more unique as forms of Barry. [Bari, Barree, Barrie, Baris, .. 5 more]
Burton▼ 6 .. .. explorer and writer Sir Richard Burton .. Burt and variants peaked in popularity in the 1880s and are now less popular, with Burt, Bert and Burton becoming less trendy. [Bert, Burt, .. 1 more]
Cai 7 .. .. of King Arthur's seneschal, Sir Kay .. Not that common as a children's name, Cai is found more commonly as a last name. [Caio, Caw, .. 1 more]
Cedric▼ 8 .. .. was invented by Sir Walter Scott .. Sedrick and variants rose in popularity during 1970-1979 and are now less popular, with Cedric, Rickey, Cedrick and Rick becoming less trendy. [Caddaric, Sedrik, .. 9 more]
Churchill 9 .. .. by English statesman Sir Winston Churchill. Chrichill, Churchael and Curchill are kreatif variations. [Churchil]
Conan 10 .. .. Sherlock Holmes mysteries Sir Arthur Conan .. Conan, like the similar-sounding Cannan, occurs more often as a surname. [Con, Conant, Conn, .. 1 more]
Douglas▼ 11 .. .. key figures in Sir Walter Scott's .. Douglas, Doug and Douglass are commonplace as forms. [Doug, Douglass, .. 1 more]
Drake▲ 12 .. .. English explorer Sir Francis Drake. Drake has gained increasing favor since the 1880s. [Draco, Drakon, .. 2 more]
Eden▲ 13 .. .. English statesman Sir Anthony Eden. Popular as baby names, Eden, Edyn, etc. are similar to the familiar Elden. [Eaden, Eadin, Edin, Ednan, .. 3 more]
Edmund▼ 14 .. .. explorer Sir Edmund Hillary; Governor Edmund .. Well-used, with usage of 0.0205% for Edmund and variants as birth names in 2014, higher than 0.0198% the previous year. [Eadmund, Eddy, Edmonde, Edmundo, Ned, Odon, .. 14 more]
Everest 15 .. .. surveyor of India, Sir George Everest .. Unique. Everest, like Earnest, ends with the androgynous -st.
Francis▼ 16 .. .. philosopher Sir Francis Bacon; composer Franz .. Adoption of Francis, Franche, etc. as children's names in 2014 was 1.8% less than 2013. [Chico, Ferenc, Fran, Franco, Franche, Frank, Frants, Frasco, Frasquito, Proinsias, .. 33 more]
Gareth 17 .. Sir Gareth, noted for his modesty .. Garth (top 7%), Gary (1%) and Gaz (74%) exist frequently as last names. [Garith, Garyth, .. 5 more]
Garnet 18 .. .. famous Victorian soldier, Sir Garnet Wolseley .. Uncommon. Garnet, like Gaillardet, ends with the androgynous -et. [Garnett]
Geraint 19 .. .. Sir Geraint is a knight in .. Rather quirky as a children's name. [Gerant, Jeraint, .. 1 more]
Goldsmith 20 .. Financier Sir James Goldsmith. Goldsmith, Goldschmidt and Goldshmidt are rarely used as birth names. [Goldschmidt, Goldshmidt]
Summary of Sir names (and variants) for boys.Alexander - Goldsmith
Alexander▲ [Sasha, Zander, Xander, Zandro, Zandros, Saunder, Saunders, Sikander, ..], Allaster, Ashton▲ [Ash, Aston, Ashtin, Ashtun, Ashford, Assheton], Athelstan, Barry▼ [Baz, Bazz, Berry, Baris, Barree, Barrey, Barrie, Barrington], Burton▼ [Bert, Burt, Burtt], Cai [Kai, Caw, Caio], Cedric▼ [Rick, Cedro, Ricky, Cedrik, Sedrik, Sedric, Rickey, Sedrick, ..], Churchill [Churchil], Conan [Con, Conn, Connie, Conant], Douglas▼ [Doug, Dugaid, Douglass], Drake▲ [Draco, Drago, Drakon, Dracon], Eden▲ [Edin, Edyn, Edon, Edun, Eaden, Ednan, Eadin], Edmund▼ [Ted, Ned, Odon, Teddy, Edmwnd, Neddie, Eumann, Edmundo, ..], Everest, Francis▼ [Paco, Pancho, Paquito, Pacorro, Panchito, Frascuelo, Frasquito, Proinsias, ..], Gareth [Gaz, Gary, Garth, Garith, Garret, Garyth, Garreth], Garnet [Garnett], Geraint [Gerant, Jerant, Jeraint], Goldsmith [Goldshmidt, Goldschmidt]Ivan - Winston
Ivan [Iwan, Ifan, Ivano, Ivanhoe], Kenelm [Kenhelm, Kennelm], Mallory [Malory, Mallery, Mallorie], Marmion [Marmyon, Marmeon, Marmionn], Napier [Neper], Nash▲, Paul [Pol, Poul, Poll, Pavel, Pavle, Pawel, Pavlo, Pavlik, ..], Peel [Peele], Raleigh▼ [Rawly, Ralegh, Rawley, Rawleigh], Roderick▼ [Ruy, Rory, Roric, Rurek, Rurik, Rodryk, Rorick, Rodryck, ..], Sacheverell [Sachie], Wallace▼ [Welsh, Walsh, Wally, Welch, Wallas, Wallie, Wallis, Wallach], Waverley [Waverlee, Waverley], Winston▲ [Win, Winn, Winsten, Wynston, Wynstan, Winstonn]