43 18th names that mean 18th for boys, listing 18th baby names 1-20. Augustus, Bernard, Bradford, Clinton, Julian, Orville and Oscar are popular names. Addison, Antioco, Bayard, Boaz, Boone, Boswell, Ephraim, Garrick, Griffith, Livingston, Lothar, Mather and Oisin are uncommon names. View 18th baby names for name meanings, search 18th names for girls, or search other baby names.
Addison ... The English poet and essayist Joseph Addison was popular and influential through the 18th century. 
Antioco ... Antioch is a city in what is now Turkey that was a center of Christianity from around 300 AD until the 18th century. 
Augustus ... who brought it to Britain in the 18th century ... 
Bayard ... three generations of Bayards were Senators from Delaware in the 18th and 19th centuries. 
Bernard ... Fairly common until the 18th century ... 
Boaz ... Revived by the Puritans and occasionally used in England in the 17th and 18th centuries ... 
Boone ... Daniel Boone (18th century) ...
Boswell ... Place name. James Boswell (18th century) was a man of letters and the biographer of his contemporary ...
Bradford ... Another William Bradford (18th century) was a printer who played an important part in the American Revolution. 
Clinton ... An illustrious 18th-century governor of New York ... 
Ephraim ... Used mostly in the 18th and 19th centuries ... 
Garrick ... 18th century English actor David Garrick helped revive the fame of Shakespeare ... 
Griffith ... Used most often as a given name from the 16th to the 18th century.
Julian ... First used in the 18th century ... 
Livingston ... The Livingston family were prominent Hudson River landowners in the 18th and 19th centuries. 
Lothar ... The character Lothario in an early 18th-century English play gave this name connotations for awhile of a libertine or a careless seducer of women. 
Mather ... Surname of a dynasty of 17th and 18th century Massachusetts theologians, Richard, Increase ... 
Oisin ... The anglicized form Ossian was revived in the 18th century by Jasmes Macpherson as the name of the supposed author of some ancient Gaelic poetry which Macpherson claimed to have translated ... 
Orville ... This name was invented by Fanny Burney for a character in her 18th-century novel "Evelina" ... 
Oscar ... The name was revived by 18th century literary use ... 
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