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Q- Names for Boys
Q baby names and what they mean, with 18 results. Quincy (#599) and Quinn (#354) are two of the more contemporarily stylish birth names in this compilation, while Qian (top 11%) and Qin (14%) are common Q- last names. Here is the list of Q- names for girls.
Qadeer - Quintrell
Var. of Kadir. Derived fr. Arabic element. "Capable, competent." Qadeer (top 77%), like Quaderer (top 44%), Queer (42%), is a popular -er suffix surname.Qadir2, var. Qadar, Qadry
Origin fr. Arabic language. "Capable, competent." Qadir, Qadar and Qadry are seldom found as first names, and Qadir occurs frequently (top 30%) as a last name.Qasim
Derivative of Arabic. "Charitable, generous." Qasim is an unusual given name, existing often (top 56%) as a surname. See also Basim.Quade
Derivative of Gaelic language. From McQuade, a Scottish clan name. Quade is an uncommon men's name, registering often (upper 6%) as a surname.Quanah
Origin fr. Native American Indian. "Fragrant, sweet-smelling." Sparing use. Quanah is not listed in the US Census.Quennell, var. Quennel
Derivative of Old French. "Small oak." Quennel and Quennell are scarce men's names.Quentin, var. Quent, Quenten, Quenton, Quinten, Quint, Quintin, Quinton1, Quintus
Root fr. Latin. "Fifth." Quentin, Quinten, Quintin and Quinton were among 2015's Top names.Quigley
Source fr. Irish, Gaelic word. Possibly means distaff, or one with .. Quigley is rarely adopted as a baby name.Quillan, var. Quillen
Based on Irish, Gaelic. "Cub." Quillman (top 34%), Quillin (10%) are popular last names.Quiller
Source fr. Old English word. .. A quiller could have been a .. Quiller is not in the Top 2000. See also Quillen.
Var. of Achilles. Stems fr. Greek language. .. Mythology. Quill is a marginally favored birth name.Quimby, var. Quinby
Stems fr. Old Norse word. "Estate of the woman." Quimby (upper 4%) and Quinby (20%) appear regularly as surnames.Quin1
Origin fr. Spanish, Hebrew languages. "Counsel." Also used for girls. Less common today. Quin was last found in 2004 in the Top 2000.Quincy▲, var. Quin2, Quincey, Quinsy
Source fr. Old French word. "Estate of the fifth son." Quincy is conventional (top 55%) as a male name, while Quin, Quincey and Quinsy are unique.Quinlan1, var. Quindlen
Root fr. Irish, Gaelic. "Fit, shapely, strong." Quinlan and Quindlen are uncommon as masculine names.Quinn▲, var. Quinlan2, Quinnell
From Irish, Gaelic language. "Counsel." Adoption of Quinn and forms was widespread in 2009 and is lower today. Quinton2, var. Quinntan, Quinnten, Quinntin, Quintain, Quinnton, Quintan, Quintyn, Quintynn
Root fr. Old English word. "Queen's settlement." Quinntan, Quinnten, Quinntin, Quinnton and Quintain are more uncommon as boys' names among the forms of Quinton.Quintrell, var. Quantrell, Quentrell
Source fr. English word. "Dashing; elegant." Quantrell (upper 81%) and Quintrell (46%) appear frequently as last names.
Summary Index of names [and variants] for Q- names for boys.1. Qadeer - Quintrell
Kadir [Qadir, Qadeer], Qadir [Qadar, Qadry], Qasim, Quade, Quanah, Quennell [Quennel], Quentin [Quint, Quent, Quenton, Quenten, Quinten, Quinton, Quintin, Quintus], Quigley, Quillan [Quillen], Quiller, Achilles [Quilo], Quimby [Quinby], Quin, Quincy▲ [Quin, Quinsy, Quincey], Quinlan [Quindlen], Quinn▲ [Quinlan, Quinnell], Quinton [Quintyn, Quintan, Quinnten, Quinntan, Quinntin, Quintain, Quintynn, Quinnton], Quintrell [Quantrell, Quentrell]