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Wild baby names and what they mean, for wild, rough, thorny, rakish.

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Top 1000 baby names ranking of Wild names: Bascom, Cody, Larkin, Reno, Stetson

Acacio 1 .. Derivative of Greek language. "Thorny tree." Acaaz, Acacioai and Accio are kreatif forms. Spanish name .. [Accacio]

Amarillo 2 .. .. name has a certain rakish flair. Common as surname. Compare Amarillo (upper 85%) and common surname Amoriello (upper 56%), which also begins with Am-.

Barnes 3 .. The name's slightly rakish aura possibly .. Unique, with the androgynous -es ending like Burges. See also Barnet.

Bascom 4 .. Derivative of Old English element. "Thorny plant valley." Bascom is scarce as a masculine name, appearing regularly (top 9%) as a surname. See also Basim. Surname and place name from Boscombe ..

Bram 5 .. Source fr. Scottish, Irish, Gaelic languages. "A thicket of wild gorse; raven." Bram, like the similar Baron, exists more often as a last name. In Hebrew, short form of Abram .. [Bramm, Bran, Brann]

Bronco 6 .. Based on Mexican, Spanish languages. "Rough, unbroken horse." Not in Top 1000. A bronco is a horse that .. [Bronko]

Cody 7 .. .. , the showman of the Wild West. Usage of Cody, Kody, etc. as children's names in 2014 was down 1.3% compared to the previous year. [Codell, .. 3 more]

Dingo 8 .. The wild dogs of Australia, similar .. Uncommon. Dingo is not found in the US Census. See also Dino.

Garvan 9 .. Based on Gaelic language. "Rough." Rare. Garvan (cf. Gillman) uses the androgynous-sounding -an suffix. Anglicized form of the traditional Irish .. [Garvin]

Garvey 10 .. From Irish, Gaelic word. "Rough peace." Garvey, Garve, etc. are rarely found as men's names. [Garrvey, Garvie, .. 3 more]

Girvin 11 .. From Irish, Gaelic language. "Small rough one." Girven and variants were not Top birth names in 2014. [Girvan, Girven, .. 1 more]

Larkin 12 .. Derived fr. Irish, Gaelic word. "Rough, fierce." Less popular today. Larkin was last listed in the 1890s in the Top 1000. See also Larsen. Poet Philip Larkin.

Moreland 13 .. .. of swampy, infertile, and wild land. Moreland, Moorland and Morland were not among 2014's Top names. [Moorland, .. 1 more]

Reno 14 .. .. the name a rough and ready .. Less popular today. Reno last appeared in the 1920s in the Top 1000. See also Remi.

Rodeo 15 .. .. of cowboys and the Wild West. Outside Top 1000. See also Rodel.

Rowdon 16 .. Origin fr. English word. "Rough hill." Rowdon is rarely used as a masculine name, appearing often (top 97%) as a surname. See also Raydon.

Ruford 17 .. From Old English. "rough ford." Not Top 1000 names. Place name. [Rufford]

Saguaro 18 .. Monument is a wild area in .. Saguaro and Seguaro were not among 2014's Top names. [Seguaro]

Sassacus 19 .. Derived fr. Native American Indian word. "Wild man." Uncommon, with the -us ending like Severinus. Name of the last chief of ..

Stetson 20 .. hat, giving this name rakish connotations. Stetson, Stettson, etc. became more trendy in 2014, gaining on average +35 positions as boys' names with Stetson gaining the most. [Stetcyn, .. 1 more]

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Summary of Wild names (and variants) for boys.

Acacio - Stetson
Acacio [Accacio], Amarillo, Barnes, Bascom, Bram [Bran, Bramm, Brann], Bronco [Bronko], Cody [Kody, Codey, Codie, Codell], Dingo, Garvan [Garvin], Garvey [Garvy, Garve, Garvie, Garrvey, Garrvie], Girvin [Girvan, Girven, Girvon], Larkin, Moreland [Morland, Moorland], Reno, Rodeo, Rowdon, Ruford [Rufford], Saguaro [Seguaro], Sassacus, Stetson [Stetcyn, Stettson]

Terach - Wyatt
Terach [Terah], Tex, Thorndike, Thornley [Thornly, Thornlea, Thornleigh], Thornycroft [Thorneycroft], Wilder [Wild, Wilde], Wyatt [Wye, Wiatt, Wyeth]