37 British names that mean british for boys, listing British baby names 21-37. Monty, Oscar, Percy, Randy, Sebastian, Trenton and Winston are popular names. Newcomb, Newell, Rainer, Rhodes, Rugby, Sandhurst, Tennyson, Thatcher, Thornycroft and Windsor are uncommon names. View British baby names for name meanings, or search other baby names.
Monty ... Given slightly ridiculous connotations by Monty Hall and British comedy troupe Monty Python.
Newcomb ... Place name. The old British word "combe" means a valley or the flank of a hill. 
Newell ... Place name. "Hall" is used in old British as a term for the local manor. 
Oscar ... this British name is now regarded as Scandinavian ... 
Percy ... A British aristocratic surname derived from Persius ... 
Rainer ... Mount Rainier is an important landmark named for a British naval officer ... 
Randy ... In British slang ... 
Rhodes ... Name of a Greek island and a British philanthropist, Cecil Rhodes ... 
Rugby ... Name of a famous British school ...
Sandhurst ... the Royal Military Academy Sandhurst (named after the village it is located) is the prestigious British Army officer training centre. 
Sebastian ... British use since the 1940s may have been influenced by a character in Evelyn Waugh's popular "Brideshead Revisited" ... 
Tennyson ... Used by 19th-century parents in homage to British Poet Layreate Alfred, Lord Tennyson. 
Thatcher ... Occupational name. Made famous by former British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher. 
Thornycroft ... Place name. "Croft" is an old British term for a small farm of five to ten acres ... 
Trenton ... it was the site of an American victory over the British and their Hessian mercenaries. 
Windsor ... and also the surname of the British royal family ... 
Winston ... Former British prime minister ... [British names 1 2]