185 Famous names that mean famous for boys, listing Famous baby names 21-40. Barney, Bernard, Bertram, Bradley, Broderick, Bruce, Buster and Byron are popular names. Berkeley, Beverly, Bevis, Blythe, Bogart, Bond, Booth, Bouvier, Burbank, Burr, Cadfael and Caesar are uncommon names. View Famous baby names for name meanings, or search other baby names.
Barney ... Modern use likely refers to the famous large purple dinosaur. 
Berkeley ... In America probably most famous as the San Francisco suburb that is home to a branch of the University of California ... 
Bernard ... Three famous medieval saints bore the name ... 
Bertram ... "Bright, famous raven." ... 
Beverly ... Famous as a place name ... 
Bevis ... Place name: Beauvais is a town in France famous for the manufacture of tapestries ... 
Blythe ... Modern coinage. Made famous by the opening lines of Shelley's poem "To a Skylark" ... 
Bogart ... Made famous by actor Humphrey Bogart. 
Bond ... Made famous through the spy and his line "Bond. James Bond".
Booth ... Made famous in America by Lincoln's assassin John Wilkes Booth ... 
Bouvier ... Made famous by Jacqueline Bouvier Kennedy ...
Bradley ... The most famous American with this surname was General Omar N ... 
Broderick ... Also possibly (Old German) "famous power" ... 
Bruce ... The tale of its most famous member ... 
Burbank ... Place name. Luther Burbank was a famous plant breeder who introduced many useful strains of fruits and vegetables in America in the early 20th century.
Burr ... In America, made famous by Jefferson's Vice-President Aaron Burr ...
Buster ... Nickname made famous by silent film celebrity Buster Keaton ...
Byron ... Lord Byron in the 1850s was a poet famous for his wildness and debauchery. Literary ... 
Cadfael ... was a famous sixth-century saint in his native South Wales. 
Caesar ... The most famous bearer was Julius Caesar (104-44 BC) ... 
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