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Boy Names Starting with Con-
Con- baby names and what they mean, with 17 results. Con- names are used more often as masculine names. Usage of these boy names was at its most widespread 11 years ago (adoption of 0.7%) and is somewhat lower today (adoption 0.49%, 29.7% less), with names like Connie becoming less stylish. Connor (#54) is the most fashionable birth name here, while Conkle (top 9%) and Condie (14%) are familiar Con- last names. Here is the list of Con- names for girls.
Con - ConynghamCon1, Connie1▼
Var. of Cornelius. Stems fr. Latin. "Horn." Can is also a somewhat popular boys' name.Conall, var. Conal, Conn1, Connal, Connell
From Irish, Scottish, Gaelic, Celtic. "Strong wolf." Common, and Conall is similar to popular -all last names Carnall (upper 48%), Croxall (65%).Conan, var. Con2, Conant, Conn2, Connie2▼
Stems fr. English, Irish, Gaelic elements. "Hound, wolf; high." Used somewhat widely as baby names, Conan, Connie, etc. are similar to the popular Ronan.Concord
Source fr. Middle English element. "Peace." Gender-neutral name. Not in Top 2000.Coney
Based on Middle English word. "Rabbit." Coney is not in the Top 2000. See also Conwy.Conlan, var. Conlen, Conley1, Conlin, Conlon, Connlyn
From Irish, Gaelic word. "Hero." Conley and forms grew in popularity in the 1910s and have remained common. Conley2
Source fr. Gaelic word. Anglicized form of Conlaodh (Gaelic), possibly .. Conley became more popular in 2015, gaining +79 positions as a birth name to reach #1922. See also Coley.Conn3
Root fr. Irish, Gaelic word. "Chief." Conn, like the similar Como, occurs more usually as a last name. See also Jonn.Connor▲, var. Conn4, Conner, Conor
From Irish, Gaelic. "Hound-lover." Conn (top 2%), Conner (1%), Connor (1%) and Conor (70%) exist regularly as surnames.Conrad, var. Con3, Connie3▼, Conrade, Conrado
From Old German language. "Brave, bold ruler or counsel." Adoption of Conrad and variants as children's names in 2015 was up significantly compared to 10 years ago.
Origin fr. Irish, Gaelic element. "Wise advisor or man." Compare last names Connoy (top 84%), Conrow (22%). See also Conor.Consalvo
Var. of Gonzalo. Based on Spanish, Latin words. "Battle." Colsalvo and Consalco are creative forms.Constant1
Derived fr. Latin language. "Steadfast." Adoption of Constant was elevated during 1910-1919. See also Constanz.Constantine, var. Constans, Constanz, Constant2, Constantin, Constantino, Constantius
Derivative of Latin. "Constant, steadfast." Constantine, Constant and Constantino are more commonly used as boys' names among these variant forms.Consuel, var. Consuelo
Stems fr. Spanish element. "Consolation." Consuel and Consuelo were not Top birth names in 2015.Conway, var. Conwy
Root fr. Welsh, Irish, Gaelic elements. "Holy river; hound of the plain." Less widespread today. Conway was the version last appearing (1960-1969) in the Top 2000.Conyngham
Var. of Cunningham. Derived fr. Irish, Gaelic language. "Village of the milk pail." Conyngham is seldom adopted as a birth name.
Summary Index of names [and variants] for Con- names for boys.1. Con - Conyngham
Cornelius [Con, Connie▼], Conall [Conn, Conal, Connal, Connell], Conan [Con, Conn, Connie▼, Conant], Concord, Coney, Conlan [Conlen, Conley, Conlin, Conlon, Connlyn], Conley, Conn, Connor▲ [Conn, Conor, Conner], Conrad [Con, Connie▼, Conrade, Conrado], Conroy, Gonzalo [Consalvo], Constant, Constantine [Constanz, Constans, Constant, Constantin, Constantino, Constantius], Consuel [Consuelo], Conway [Conwy], Cunningham [Conyngham]