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Boy Names Starting with Ste-
Ste- baby names and what they mean, with 17 results. Ste- names are used more often as masculine names. Usage of these boy names was at its most widespread 65 years ago (usage of 3.08%) and is now much lower (usage 0.31%, ▼90%), with names such as Stephen becoming less stylish. Sterling (#495) and Stetson (#774) are two of the more trendy names for newborns among these, while Stevison (top 32%) and Stehling (28%) are popular Ste- last names.
Steadman - StewartSteadman, var. Steadmann, Stedman
Derived fr. Old English word. "Farmstead occupant." Steadman, Stedman (cf. Sudman, Stidman) are common -dman suffix last names.Steed
Derivative of Old English element. "Stallion." Not that popular as a baby name, Steed occurs more often as a surname. See also Steen.Steele, var. Steel
Source fr. Old English word. "Like steel." Steel and Steele are rare as male names.Stefan1, var. Stefanos1, Steffan1, Steffen1, Steffon1, Stefonn, Stephonn
Derivative of German, Scandinavian, Greek words. "Garland, crown." Stefan (top 7%), Stefanos (81%), Steffan (10%) and Steffen (2%) occur frequently as last names.Stein, var. Steen, Sten, Steno, Stensen, Stenssen
Root fr. German. "Stone." Compare last names Steine (top 50%), Steib (18%).Steinar, var. Steinard, Steinart, Steinhardt
Source fr. Old Norse. "Stone fighter." Steinard and variants are rarely found as masculine names, and Steinhardt is found frequently (top 19%) as a last name.Stennis
Source fr. Scottish element. .. a place in the Orkneys, north .. Stennis is a rarely occurring first name, appearing commonly (top 15%) as a last name. See also Stannes.Stephanus1, var. Stefanas, Stefanos2, Stefanus, Stephanas, Stephanos1
From Greek. "Garland, crown." Stephanus, Stephanos, etc. are not frequently adopted as boys' names.Stephen▼, var. Steba, Steben, Stefan2, Stefano, Steffan2, Steffon2, Steffen2, Stefon, Stephan▼, Stephano, Stephanos2, Stephens, Stephanus2, Stephenson, Stephon▼, Stevan1, Steve1▼, Stevenson1, Steven1▼, Stevie1▼, Stevy
Based on Greek language. "Garland, crown." Adoption of Stephen, Stephenson, etc. as boys' names in 2015 was down 42% compared to 10 years ago.Stepney, var. Stepny
Origin fr. Old English element. "Stephen's island." Stepney and Stepny are scarcely used first names, and Stepney is found frequently (top 12%) as a last name.
Derived fr. English language. "Genuine, of high quality." Sterlyn is rare as a baby name among the variant forms of Sterling.Sterne, var. Stearn, Stearne, Stearns, Stern
Derived fr. Middle English, German. "Stern; star." Stearn and variants were not among 2015's Top names.Stetson▲, var. Stetcyn, Stettson
Possibly (Old English) "Stephen's son" .. Well-used, with usage of 0.016% for Stetson and variants as baby names in 2015, higher than 0.014% a year ago.Steve2▼, var. Stevie2▼
Derived fr. English, Greek. "Garland, crown." Widely used, with usage of 0.012% for Steve and Stevie as boys' names in 2015, but lower than 0.014% the year before.Steven2▼, var. Stevan2, Stevenson2, Stevon, Stevyn
Root fr. English, Greek languages. "Garland, crown." Stevan, Steven and Stevenson are more common as children's names among these variant forms.Steward1, Stewart1▼
Var. of Stuart. Stems fr. Old English language. "Steward." Less widespread today. Stewart was the form last listed (2008) in the Top 2000.Stewart2▼, var. Steward2
Stems fr. Old English language. "Steward." Stewart has faded in favor as a boys' name since 1950-1959.
Summary Index of names [and variants] for Ste- names for boys.1. Steadman - Stewart
Steadman [Stedman, Steadmann], Steed, Steele [Steel], Stefan [Steffan, Steffen, Steffon, Stefonn, Stefanos, Stephonn], Stein [Sten, Steen, Steno, Stensen, Stenssen], Steinar [Steinard, Steinart, Steinhardt], Stennis, Stephanus [Stefanas, Stefanos, Stefanus, Stephanas, Stephanos], Stephen▼ [Stevy, Steve▼, Stevan, Steven▼, Stevie▼, Stephon▼, Stevenson, Stephenson, ..], Stepney [Stepny], Sterling▲ [Sterlyn], Sterne [Stern, Stearn, Stearns, Stearne], Stetson▲ [Stetcyn, Stettson], Steve▼ [Stevie▼], Steven▼ [Stevan, Stevon, Stevyn, Stevenson], Stuart [Steward, Stewart▼], Stewart▼ [Steward]