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Boy Names Starting with Bar-

Bar- baby names and what they mean, with 34 results. Bar- names are used more often as masculine names. These boy names were at the top of their popularity during 1950-1959 (USAGE OF 0.3%) and are now much less conventional (USAGE 0.1%, 75.8%), with names such as Barry becoming less fashionable. Barrett (#313) is the most trendy boy name among these, while Bartz (TOP 4%) and Barley (5%) are conventional Bar- last names.

Bar- names

Bar - Barney | Barnum - Baruch

Bar - Barney

Barr1, Barde1, Bard1, Bar1
Var. of Baird. Source fr. Gaelic, Scottish, Irish languages. "Poet, one who sings ballads." Common as surnames. Compare Bard (TOP 3%) and popular surnames Bisard (TOP 64%), Bierd (67%), which also end with -rd.

Barrclay1, Barklie1, Barkley1, Barklay1, Bar2
Forms of Berkeley. Derivative of Old English element. "The birch tree meadow." Bar (upper 20%) and Barkley (2%) exist often as surnames.

Barack, var. Barrak, Barak
Derived fr. Hebrew, Swahili, African languages. "Lightning; blessing." Compare last names Barck (UPPER 55%), Barac (83%).

Baram
Derivative of Hebrew word. "The nation's son." A rare baby name, Baram is found more commonly as a last name. See also Byrum.

Barber, var. Barbour, Barbar
Derivative of Old French word. "Beard." Barbor and Berber are creative forms.

Barclay and variantsBarclay, var. Bartley, Barrclay2, Barklie2, Barkley2, Barklay2, Bar3, Barcley
Based on Scottish, Old English. "Birch tree meadow." Barkley and variants were popular as birth names during 1900-1909.

Bard2, var. Barr2, Bardon1, Bardo, Barden1, Barde2, Bar4
Source fr. English, Irish languages. "Minstrel, singer-poet." Uncommon, with the androgynous-sounding -rd suffix for Bard, like Byford.

Barden2, var. Bardon2
Stems fr. Old English word. "Barley valley." Barden and Bardon are infrequently used male names.

Bardolf, var. Bardulph, Bardulf, Bardoul, Bardou, Bardolph
Root fr. Old English word. "Axe-wolf." Not in Top 2000.

Bardrick, var. Bardrich, Bardric
Derived fr. Teutonic element. "Axe-ruler." Unique. Bardrick, similar to Brick, Barrick, has the -ick ending.

Top 2000 baby names ranking of Bar- names: Barnard, Barnet, Barnett, Barney, Barnie

Top 2000 baby names ranking of Bar- names: Barrie, Barron, Barry, Bartley

Barek
Root fr. Arabic language. "Noble." Barek is unique as a children's name. See also Tarek.

Barend
Origin fr. Old German. "Hard bear." Not in Top 2000. See also Brand.

Barker
Based on Old English element. .. Used more frequently in the 19th .. Uncommon. Barker, similar to Baker, Becker, ends with -ker.

Barksdale
Source fr. Old English. "Birch valley." Barksdale is a sparsely used male name, occurring frequently (upper 2%) as a last name.

Barlow, var. Barrlow, Barlowe
Stems fr. Old English language. "The bare hillside." Not in popularity charts.

Barnabas and variantsBarnabas, var. Barny1, Barnie1, Barni, Barney1, Barnebus, Barnaby, Barnebas, Barnabus, Barnabie, Barnabey, Barnabee, Barnaba, Barnabe, Barna
Based on Greek, Aramaic languages. "Son of consolation." Usage of Barney as a children's name has dwindled circa the 1880s.

Bernard and variantsBarny2, Barnie2, Barnhardo, Barnhard, Barney2, Barnard, Barnardo
Forms of Bernard. Source fr. Old French, Old German languages. "Strong, brave bear." Less popular today. Barney was the version last appearing (1980-1989) in the Top 2000.

Barnes
Derivative of Old English language. "Near the barns." Outside Top 2000. See also Burns.

Barnett and variantsBarnett, var. Barry, Barron, Barrie, Baronett, Baronet, Barney3, Barnie3, Barnet
Source fr. Old English. "Burned clearing." Barney (top 58%) and Barry (11%) are conventional given names.

Barney4, var. Barny3, Barnie4
Origin fr. English element. Pet form of Barnabas and Barnaby .. Barney is found often (upper 1%) as a surname.