80 America names that mean america for boys, listing America baby names 1-20. Aldo, Alfonso, Alphonse, Antonio, Austin, Basil and Bert are popular names. Abiel, Adler, Agnolo, Aldrich, Amerigo, Angus, Bancroft, Barker, Barnum, Bayard, Belmont, Berkeley and Beverly are uncommon names. View America baby names for name meanings, search America names for girls, or search other baby names.
Abiel ... Biblical name that the Puritans used in America ... 
Adler ... especially in America.
Agnolo ... More common in America in the Spanish form, Angelo.
Aldo ... An Italian and Spanish variant of Aldous that is occasionally used in America ... 
Aldrich ... A name that has some prominence in America as a family related to the Rockefellers. 
Alfonso ... but is seldom used in America ... 
Alphonse ... this form is less used in America ... 
Amerigo ... took its nickname of "America" from Italian explorer Amerigo Vespucci. 
Angus ... In America ... 
Antonio ... likely due to the number of Spanish-speaking immigrants to America ... 
Austin ... In America ... 
Bancroft ... Huwe Howe Bancroft was a prominent historian in the western America whose collection forms the nucleus of the Bancroft Library of the University of California. 
Barker ... In America ... 
Barnum ... In America ... founder of Barnum & Bailey's circus and one of America's great showmen. 
Basil ... More often used in Britain and Europe than in America ... 
Bayard ... In America ... 
Belmont ... A place name frequently found in America. 
Berkeley ... In America probably most famous as the San Francisco suburb that is home to a branch of the University of California ... 
Bert ... Its popularity among show-business types of a certain age (Miss America emcee Bert Parks; actors Burt Lancaster, Burt Reynolds) gives it a jaunty, masculine connotation. 
Beverly ... though more likely for girls in America ... 
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