Conall - Conley
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Conall [Conal, Conn, Connal, Connell] 1 From Irish, Scottish, Gaelic, Celtic words. "Strong wolf." The forms Conal, Conall, Conn, Connal and Connell are rarely used male names. Conn (Top 2%) and Connell (2%) appear frequently as last names according to the US Census. ..
Concord 2 Based on Middle English word. "Peace." Seldom used as a birth name for boys.
Conan [Con, Conant, Conn, Connie▼] 3 Origin fr. English, Irish, Gaelic elements. "Hound, wolf; high." The forms Connie and Conan are more prevalent as given names among the different variations of the name.
Conlan [Conlen, Conley, Conlin, Conlon, Connlyn] 4 Source fr. Irish, Gaelic element. "Hero." These names are barely found as male names. Conlan (Top 20%), Conley (1%), Conlin (9%) and Conlon (6%) occur frequently as last names according to the US Census.
Conley 5 From Gaelic. Anglicized form of Conlaodh (Gaelic), possibly from "connla" meaning "pure, chaste, sensible" and the personal name Aodh .. Unique as a name for newborns, Conley is found more commonly as a last name. See also Colley.
Summary of all names grouped by variations for Con- names for boys.
[Conall - Conley]
Conall [Conn, Conal, Connal, Connell], Concord, Conan [Conn, Conant, Connie], Conlan [Conlen, Conley, Conlin, Conlon, Connlyn], Conley
[Conn - Cornelius]
Conn, Connor [Conn, Conor, Conner], Conrad [Connie, Conrade, Conrado], Conroy, Constant, Constantine [Constanz, Constans, Constant, Constantin, Constantino, Constantius], Consuel [Consuelo], Conway [Conwy], Coney, Cornelius [Connie]
[Cunningham - Gonzalo]
Cunningham [Conyngham], Gonzalo [Consalvo]