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Boy Names Starting with Ale-
Ale- baby names and what they mean, with 13 results. Ale- names are used more often as feminine names. Adoption of these boy names was at its most widespread in the year 1995 (adoption of 1.9%) and is somewhat lower today (adoption 1.2%, ▼38.3%), with names such as Alexis becoming less fashionable. Alessandro (#680) and Alexander (#8) are two of the more chic boy names in this list, while Aleksandrov (top 82%) and Alexader (51%) are conventional Ale- last names. Here is the list of Ale- names for girls.
Alec - AlexisAlec1▼
Derived fr. English, Scottish, Greek words. "Man's defender, warrior." Alak and Alke are creative forms. See also Alejo.Aled
Origin fr. Welsh element. "Child." Unusual. Compare Aled with common last names Apted (top 73%), Alred (14%), which also end with -ed. See also Alldo.Aleister1, Alester
Forms of Alastair. Based on Scottish, Greek elements. "Man's defender." Sparing use. Aleister and Alester are not listed in the US Demographics.Aleister2
Form of Alistair. Stems fr. Greek language. "Man's defender." Uncommon. Aleister, similar to Alter, has the androgynous-sounding -ter ending. See also Alyster.Alejandro1, var. Alejandrino, Alejo1, Alexandro1
Origin fr. Spanish, Greek elements. "Man's defender, warrior." Usage of Alejandro, Alejo, etc. as children's names in 2015 was down 12.1% compared to the year before.Alek1
Root fr. Russian, Greek words. "Man's defender, warrior." Usage of Alek as a boys' name in 2015 was 7.7% more than in 2014. See also Aloj.Alem, var. Alerio
From Arabic element. "Wise man." Not Top 2000 names.Alen
Var. of Alan. Source fr. Old German. "Precious." Alen is prevalent as a children's name among the forms of Alan. See also Alec.Aleric, Alerick
Var. of Alaric. Root fr. Old German element. "Noble, regal ruler." Aleric and Alerick were not among 2015's Top names.Aleron
Source fr. Latin language. "Winged one." Aleron is a scarce first name. See also Aeron.
From Greek element. "Man's defender, warrior." Alec (upper 76%) and Alex (13%) are frequently occurring as men's names.Alexander▲, var. Alec3▼, Aleco2, Alejandro2, Alejo2, Alek3, Aleksandar, Aleko2, Aleksander, Aleksandr, Aleksanteri, Alesandro, Alessandri, Alessandre, Alessandro▲, Alex2, Alexan, Alexandre, Alexandros, Alexandro2, Alexei1, Alexi1, Alexio1, Alexis1▼
Root fr. Greek element. "Man's defender, warrior." Alec (upper 76%), Alejandro (25%), Alex (13%), Alexander (11%) and Alexis (53%) are common male names.Alexis2▼, var. Alejo3, Aleksei, Aleksi, Aleksio, Aleksios, Alexei2, Aleksius, Alexey, Alexi2, Alexio2, Alexios, Alexus, Alexius, Alexy
Source fr. Greek. "Defender." Alexis (top 4%), Alejo (5%), Alexy (35%) and Alexius (86%) exist often as surnames.
Summary Index of names [and variants] for Ale- names for boys.1. Alec - Alexis
Alec▼, Aled, Alastair [Alester, Aleister], Alistair [Aleister], Alejandro [Alejo, Alexandro, Alejandrino], Alek, Alem [Alerio], Alan [Alen], Alaric [Aleric, Alerick], Aleron, Alex [Alec▼, Alek, Aleco, Aleck, Aleks, Aleko, Alecko], Alexander▲ [Alexi, Alexan, Alexis▼, Alexei, Alexio, Alexandre, Alexandro, Alexandros, ..], Alexis▼ [Alexy, Alexi, Alexio, Alexei, Alexus, Alexey, Alexios, Alexius, ..]