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Boy Names Starting with Sch-
Sch- baby names and what they mean, with 8 results. Sch- names are used more often as masculine names. These boy names were at the peak of their popularity in 1995 (usage of 0.01%). Schweizer (top 7%) and Schaffner (5%) are common Sch- last names.
Schaeffer - SchuylerSchaeffer, var. Schaffer
Stems fr. German element. "Steward." Popular as last names. Compare Schaeffer (upper 1%), Schaffer (1%) and popular -er last names Schraer (upper 41%), Schweiker (57%).Scherman, Schermann
Forms of Sherman. Source fr. Old English. "Shear man." Schuermann (upper 23%), Schurmann (49%) are familiar last names.Schneider
Var. of Snyder. Derivative of Old German element. "Tailor." Schneider is not in the Top 2000.Schubert
Derived fr. German word. "Shoe-maker." Schubert is rarely used as a men's name, existing often (top 2%) as a surname.Schultz
Based on German element. "Village magistrate." A quirky boys' name, Schultz exists more conventionally as a surname.Schura
Var. of Shura. Derivative of Russian, Greek elements. "Man's defender." Schura is not often adopted as a children's name.Schuyler1, var. Schuylar, Schylar, Schyler1
Derivative of Danish element. "Scholar, protection." Less common today. Schuyler was the form last recorded (2004) in the Top 2000.Schuyler2, Schyler2
Var. of Skyler. Derivative of Danish element. "Fugitive; giving shelter." Schuyler and Schyler are sparsely used as given names, and Schuyler is found often (top 6%) as a surname.