4 Simple names related to or that mean simple for boys, listing Simple baby names 1-4. Benedict is a popular name. Bancroft, Crane and Vere are uncommon names. View Simple baby names below for name meanings or search Simple names for girls.
Bancroft ... One of the Anglo-Saxon place names used as given names to refer to simple ... [Ban, Bancrofft, Banfield, Bank, Binky]
Benedict ... whose rule of the great monastery at Monte Cassino in Italy is simple, restrained, and practical ... [Ben, Bendick, Bendict, Benedetto, Benedick, ... 18 more]
Crane ... Probably an occupational name referring to the simple hoisting machine that resembles the long-legged bird ... [Crain, Craine, Crayn, Crayne]
Vere ... An upper-class surname in England with connotations of nobility due to Tennyson's poem "Lady Clara Vere de Vere" which praises the simple values of simple folk.
Related words: bald, bare, bluff, chaste, cheerful, classic, classical, clean, clear, dry, excellent, express, flat, frank, friendly, garden, genuine, good, gracious, green, honest, household, individual, informal, innocent, light, literal, low, luminous, modest, natural, open, pale, peaceful, perfect, plain, poor, pure, quiet, real, righteous, round, royal, rustic, slow, small, smooth, square, upright, whole. Partial list of 16 results related to simple below. Click on above related words for more results.
Lysander ... Lysander was a Spartan naval and military commander in 400 BC ... [Lesandro, Lisandro, Lizandro, Lysandros]
Hastings ... "Son of the austere man." [Hastey, Hastie, Hasting, Hasty]
Janus ... one of which looked forward and the other backward ... [Gennadi, Gennaro, Janan, Janiusz, Januarius, ... 4 more]
Balder ... Here, "bald" does not mean "hairless", but "brave" ... [Baldor, Baldur, Baudier]
Barlow ... "The bare hillside." ... [Barlowe, Barrlow]
Hutton ... "Settlement on the bluff." ... [Hutten]
Algernon ... Oscar Wilde used it for a brainless fop in "The Importance of Being Earnest" ... [Al, Alger, Algernone, Algey, Algie, ... 3 more]
Candido ... The term "candid" has come to mean "frank, without guile". [Candide, Candidio]
Afif ... "Chaste."
Alaire ... "Cheerful." ... [Alair, Helier, Hilarie, Hilary, Larie, ... 1 more]
Dana ... published the maritime classic "Two Years Before the Mast" ... [Dane, Danie]
Apollo ... Apollo has come to symbolize the classical and intellectual aspects of thought ... [Apollon, Apollos, Apolo]
Algernon ... The Normans were usually clean-shaven ... [Al, Alger, Algernone, Algey, Algie, ... 3 more]
Akira ... "Bright, clear, ideal."
Quentin ... Author Quentin Crisp. [Quent, Quenten, Quenton, Quint, Quinten, ... 3 more]
Avital ... In a dry climate like that of Israel's ... [Amital]