Baby Names, Baby Name Meanings

Title Names

31 Title names that mean title for boys, listing Title baby names 1-20. Alexander, Clarence, Delbert, Earl, Emmanuel, King, Major, Marquis and Marshall are popular names. Absalom, Barnett, Baron, Caesar, Chancellor, Duke, Goodman, Jarl, Khanh, Mahatma and Marmion are uncommon names. View Title baby names below for name meanings or search Title names for girls.

Absalom ... "Would God I had died for thee, O Absalom, my son, my son!" Also the title of a tragic novel by William Faulkner ... [7]

Alexander ... The name was probably coined originally as a title of the goddess Hera ... [70]

Barnett ... Also possibly from the English aristocratic title "baronet" ... [8]

Baron ... A title of nobility ... [4]

Caesar ... Caesar then became the title of the Roman emperors with the meaning "ruler" ... [9]

Chancellor ... Occupational name, surname and title of high office ... [4]

Clarence ... The title "Duke of Clarence" was created for a 14th-century royal prince who married a girl from the Clare family ... [11]

Delbert ... The variant Dilbert is the title of a popular comic strip. [4]

Duke ... Title used as a nickname or given name ...

Earl ... Name based on the English title ... The title was used as an equivalent of the French "comte" meaning "count" ... [10]

Emmanuel ... a name-title applied to the Messiah, Jesus ... [16]

Goodman ... Used to be a title, like Mister ... [3]

Jarl ... Roughly equivalent to the English title of Earl. [1]

Khanh ... Title used by central Asian tribal chieftains or ruling princes. [1]

King ... One of several titles occasionally used as given names ... Other male title names are Caesar, Count, Czar, Duke, Earl, Khanh, Prince, and Marquis ...

Mahatma ... A title for a person of great spiritual development which was given to Mohandas Gandhi.

Major ... Surname that is also a military title. [3]

Marmion ... Used by Sir Walter Scott as the title of a popular narrative poem. Rare. [3]

Marquis ... Originally a title of nobility for aristocrats whose holdings were situated in vulnerable border areas (the Marches) ... probably using Marquis as a title name ... [16]

Marshall ... Occupational name. Also a law enforcement title and a military title of great honor ... [7]

Popularity of Title names: Alexander, Baron, Caesar, Clarence, Delbert, Duke, Earl, Emmanuel, King, MajorPopularity of Title names: Marquis, Marshall

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