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Boy Names Starting with Bo-

Bo- baby names and what they mean, with 43 results. Bo- names are used more often as masculine names. Adoption of these boy names reached its apex in the 1930s (usage of 1%) and has become significantly lower since (usage 0.17%, 83%), with names like Bobby becoming somewhat outmoded. The most trendy boy names here are Bowen (#516), Bodhi (#499), Bo (#616), Boone (#940) and Bodie (#965), while Boehm (top 2%) and Bock (2%) are common Bo- surnames. Here is the list of Bo- names for girls.

Bo- names

Bo - Booth | Borak - Boyce | Boyd - Boynton

Bo - Booth

Beau and variantsBo1, Boe1
Forms of Beau. Derivative of French element. "Handsome; admirer; sweetheart." Boy is also a slightly prominent baby name.

Bo2, var. Boe2
Root fr. Scandinavian. .. nickname of William. Bo is a frequently occurring (top 85%) male name, whereas Boe is unconventional.

Boaz and variantsBoaz, var. Boas, Boase
From Hebrew word. .. Biblical. Boaz (cf. Beaz, Braz) is a popular -az suffix last name.

Robert and variantsBob1, Bobbie1, Bobby1
Var. of Robert. From Old German. "Bright fame." Bob, Bobbie, etc. became more popular in 2015, rising +14 rankings as children's names with Bobby gaining the most.

Bob2, var. Bobbee, Bobbey, Bobbie2, Bobby2
Derived fr. Old English. Short form of Robert, of later .. Adoption of Bob, Bobbey, etc. as baby names in 2015 was up 4.3% compared to the previous year.

Boden and variantsBoden, var. Bodey, Bodie, Bodin, Bodine, Bowdoin, Bowden
Derivative of Scandinavian, Old French. "Shelter; one who brings news." Used frequently as boys' names, Bodie, Boden, etc. are similar to the conventional Brodie.

Name of the tree under which .. Adoption of Bodhi as a birth name in 2015 was up 34.5% compared to the previous year. See also Bodie.

Bogart, var. Bogaard, Bogaart, Bogaerd, Bogey, Bogy, Bogie
Source fr. Old French, Old German words. "Bow strength; orchard." Bogard (top 5%), Bogar (14%) are popular surnames.

Bogdan and variantsBogdan, var. Boban, Bohdan
Derivative of Slavic language. "God's gift." Boban (top 55%), Bogdan (7%) and Bohdan (77%) occur often as surnames.

Bohemond, var. Boamund, Bohemund
Derived fr. Italian language. Bohemond, Prince of Antioch (11th century) .. Not in Top 2000.

Top 2000 baby names ranking of Bo- names: Bo, Boaz, Bob, Bobbie, Bobby

Top 2000 baby names ranking of Bo- names: Boden, Bodhi, Bodie, Bohdan, Bonifacio

Top 2000 baby names ranking of Bo- names: Booker, Boone

Bolivar, var. Bolevar, Bollivar
Derivative of Spanish, Polish elements. "Mighty, warlike." Belvar and Blivar are creative forms.

Bolton, var. Bollton, Bolten, Boltin
.. Singer Michael Bolton. Unique. Bolton, Bollton (compare Brenton, Bretton) have the common -ton suffix.

Bonamy, var. Bonami
Stems fr. French. "Good friend." Bonamy and Bonami are not in the Top 2000.

Bonar, var. Bonnar, Bonner
Derived fr. Old French. "Gentle, mannerly." Not in popularity charts.

Bonaventure, var. Bonaventura
From Latin word. "Good fortune." Not in Top 2000.

Origin fr. Middle English, Old English. "Peasant farmer." Bond is not in the Top 2000.

Boniface and variantsBoniface, var. Bonfecio, Boni, Bonifacio, Bonifacius, Bonifacy
Derivative of Latin language. "Fortunate, auspicious." Bonifacio is prevalent as a boys' name among the variant forms of Boniface.

Stems fr. Old English. Transferred use of the surname, in .. A slightly untypical birth name, Booker is used more often as a last name. See also Hooker.

Stems fr. Old French, Latin languages. "Good." Prominent, with usage of 0.012% for Boone as a baby name in 2015, higher than 0.01% the year before. See also Bayne.

Booth, var. Boot, Boote, Boothe, Both
Based on Middle English, Scandinavian words. "Dwelling place." Unusual as baby names, but Booth, Boote, etc. sound like the more popular Bodie.

Quick Reference

Summary Index of names [and variants] for Bo- names for boys.

1. Bo - Booth
Beau [Bo, Boe], Bo [Boe], Boaz [Boas, Boase], Robert [Bob, Bobby, Bobbie], Bob [Bobby, Bobbee, Bobbie, Bobbey], Boden [Bodie, Bodey, Bodin, Bodine, Bowden, Bowdoin], Bodhi, Bogart [Bogy, Bogey, Bogie, Bogaard, Bogaerd, Bogaart], Bogdan [Boban, Bohdan], Bohemond [Boamund, Bohemund], Bolivar [Bolevar, Bollivar], Bolton [Boltin, Bolten, Bollton], Bonamy [Bonami], Bonar [Bonnar, Bonner], Bonaventure [Bonaventura], Bond, Boniface [Boni, Bonifacy, Bonfecio, Bonifacio, Bonifacius], Booker, Boone, Booth [Boot, Both, Boote, Boothe]

Borak, Barden [Borden, Bordon], Borden [Bordin], Borg, Boris [Borja, Borys, Boriss, Borris], Baruch [Boruch], Bosley [Bosly, Boslee, Boslea, Bosleigh], Boston, Boswell, Bosworth, Botolf [Botulf, Botolff, Botolph, Botulph], Bourbon [Borbon], Burke [Bourke], Burns [Bourn, Bourne], Bourne [Born, Borne, Bourn], Peter [Boutros], Bouvier, Bowen [Bowie, Bowin], Bowie [Bow, Bowen], Boyce

Boyd [Boid], Boyne [Boyn, Boine, Boyde], Boynton

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