Conall - Gonzalo
Page 1/1 of 17 Con- grouped names.
Concord 2 Source fr. Middle English element. "Peace." Gender-neutral name. Concord (top 94%), like Sanford (top 1%), Record (6%), is a popular -ord suffix surname.
Conley 5 Source fr. Gaelic word. Anglicized form of Conlaodh (Gaelic), possibly .. Uncommon. Conley (cf. Darnley, Denley) ends with the popular masculine-sounding -nley. See also Colley.
Conn 6 Root fr. Irish, Gaelic word. "Chief." Conn, like the similar Como, occurs more usually as a last name. See also Jonn. ..
Conrad▼ [Con, Connie▼, Conrade, Conrado, .. 6 more] 8 From Old German language. "Brave, bold ruler or counsel." Adoption of Conrad and variants as children's names in 2014 was up 34% compared to 10 years ago. ..
Conroy 9 Origin fr. Irish, Gaelic element. "Wise advisor or man." Popular as last name. Compare Conroy (top 1%) with common last names Haroy (top 97%), Stroy (44%), which also end with -roy. See also Conor.
Constant 10 Derived fr. Latin language. "Steadfast." Unusual. Constant (cf. Guerrant, Farrant) ends with the popular masculine -ant. See also Constanz. ..
Coney 14 Based on Middle English word. "Rabbit." Coney is not in the Top 1000. See also Conwy.
[Conyngham, .. 1 more] Var. of Cunningham 16 Derived fr. Irish, Gaelic language. "Village of the milk pail." Conyngham is seldom adopted as a birth name.
[Consalvo, .. 3 more] Var. of Gonzalo 17 Based on Spanish, Latin words. "Battle." Consalvo (top 24%), like Monsalvo (top 84%), Desalvo (7%), is a common -vo suffix surname. ..
Summary of all names (grouped by variations) for Con- names for boys.
[Conall - Gonzalo]
Conall [Connell, ..], Concord, Conan [Connie, ..], Conlan [Connlyn, ..], Conley, Conn, Connor [Conor, ..], Conrad [Conrado, ..], Conroy, Constant, Constantine [Constantius, ..], Consuel [Consuelo], Conway [Conwy], Coney, Cornelius [Connie], Cunningham [Conyngham], Gonzalo [Consalvo]