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Boy Names Ending with -ne

Ne ending baby names and what they mean, with 194 results. -ne names are used more often as feminine names. These boy names were at the apex of their popularity in the 1930s (ADOPTION OF 1.7%) and have become significantly less common since (ADOPTION 0.6%, 67.2% LESS), with names like Duane becoming somewhat dated. The trendier boy names in this compilation are Kane (#319), Zane (#200), Zayne (#404), Boone (#669) and Lane (#290), while Gagne (TOP 2%) and Browne (1%) are common -ne last names. Here is the list of -ne names for girls.

-ne names

Agustine - Beirne | Beirne - Celestine | Channe - Delaine | Deshane - Faine | Fontaine - Heine | Herne - Langhorne | .. - .. | Tune - Zane

Agustine - Beirne

August and variants

Augustine1, Agustine
Var. of August. Origin fr. Latin language. "Great, magnificient." Agustine, Augustine (cf. Agostine, Aubertine) are common -tine suffix last names.

Hearne, Aherne, Ahearne
Forms of Ahearn. Derivative of Celtic language. "Horse-lord." Ahearan and Ahearie are creative variations.

Var. of Aimon. Origin fr. Old German element. "Fatherland." Only rarely used as a boys' name, Aimone is used more frequently as a surname. See also Amon.

Aldwynne, Aldwinne
Forms of Aldwin. Derived fr. Old English language. "Old friend." Aldwinne and Aldwynne are not Top 2000 names.

Form of Algernon. Derived fr. Old French element. "Wearing a mustache." Algernone is uncommon as a boys' name.

Alleyne, Allayne
Forms of Alan. Stems fr. Old German element. "Precious." Outside Top 2000.

Root fr. Old German language. "Work ruler." Unisex name. Almarine is not frequently adopted as a birth name.

Mcalpine, Alpine
Forms of Alpin. Derived fr. Scottish, Gaelic elements. "Fair." Compare surnames Aline (TOP 80%), Alpin (82%).

Form of Alden. Derived fr. Old English. "Old friend." Alwine is a rare given name, occurring regularly (TOP 15%) as a surname. See also Alpine.

Anthony and variants

Antonine, Antone, Antoine1, Anthone
Forms of Anthony. Based on Latin. English form of the old Roman .. Anthone and variants became less trendy last year, dropping -8 positions as boys' names with Antoine falling the most.

Top 2000 baby names ranking of -ne names: Antione, Antoine, Antone, Antwone, Arne

Top 2000 baby names ranking of -ne names: Augustine, Bane

Antoine and variants

Antoine2, var. Antwone, Antwoine, Antwaine, Antuwayne, Antuwaine, Antione
Origin fr. French word. Variant of Anthony .. Antoine and variants became less popular in 2018, falling -8 rankings as baby names with Antoine falling the most.


Source fr. Old Norse. "Eagle." Arne is irregularly used as a masculine name, occurring commonly (TOP 25%) as a last name. See also Arno.

Form of Arnold. Root fr. Old French, Old German languages. "Eagle ruler." Adoption of Arne was common among parents in the 1910s. See also Arnet.

Var. of Aaron. Root fr. Hebrew word. "Mountain of strength." Aronne is not often adopted as a children's name. See also Arnoe.

Var. of Arsenio. Origin fr. Spanish, Greek. "Masculine." Not in Top 2000. See also Arjen.

Origin fr. Latin element. "Great, magnificient." Unisex name. Augustine is a frequently occurring (TOP 66%) given name, and appears often (TOP 2%) as a surname.


Var. of Branislav. Based on Slavic. "Glorious defender." Bane is a scarce masculine name, existing commonly (UPPER 4%) as a last name. See also Bale.

Form of Bainbridge. Origin fr. Irish, Gaelic element. "Pale bridge." Bayne is not frequently used as a birth name. See also Boyn.

Var. of Beau. Source fr. French language. "Handsome; admirer; sweetheart." Beaudine is rare as a boys' name.

Stems fr. Old Norse language. "Bear." Not in Top 2000. See also Beirnie.

Quick Reference

Summary Index of names [and variants] for -ne names for boys.

1. Agustine - Beirne
August [Augustine, ..], Ahearn [Hearne, ..], Aimon [Aimone], Aldwin [Aldwynne, ..], Algernon [Algernone], Alan [Alleyne, ..], Almarine, Alpin [Mcalpine, ..], Alden [Alwine], Anthony [Antonine, ..], Antoine [Antwone, ..], Arne, Arnold [Arne], Aaron [Aronne], Arsenio [Arsene], Augustine, Branislav [Bane], Bainbridge [Bayne], Beau [Beaudine], Beirne

Burns [Byrne, ..], Belden [Belldene, ..], Bellarmine, Ben [Benne], Bern [Berne], Berwyn [Berwynne], Bjorn [Bjornsterne, ..], Blackburn [Blackburne], Blackstone, Blain [Blayne, ..], Boden [Bodine], Boone, Bourne [Burne, ..], Boyne [Boine], Caine, Cain [Kaine, ..], Cairn [Kairne, ..], Carmine, Carnell [Carne], Celesto [Selestine, ..]

Channing [Channe], Cheyenne [Shayanne], Cheyne [Chayne, ..], Clayton [Clayborne, ..], Claiborne [Claybourne, ..], Clayborne [Klaibourne, ..], Coburn [Cockburne, ..], Colburn [Colbourne], Colt [Coltrane], Constantine, Coyan [Coyne], Crane [Crayne, ..], Da- [Dawayne, ..], Dana [Dane], Dane [Dayne, ..], Daniel [Dane], Daquan [Dekwohnne, ..], Dean [Dene, ..], Dearborn [Dearburne], Delaney [Delane, ..]

Deshawn [Deshane], De- [Dewayne, ..], Devine, Doane, Don [Donne], Duane [Dwayne, ..], Dunn [Dunne], Dwayne [Dwane, ..], Edmund [Edmondine], Elgin [Elgine], Elvin [Elwynne], Aeneas [Enne], Ernest [Ernestine], Erskine [Ervine], Erving [Ervine], Ethelwin [Ethelwynne], Stephen [Etienne], Etienne, Eugene [Gene], Faine [Fane]

Fontaine [Fonteyne, ..], Fortune, Frayne [Freyne, ..], Gaetano [Gaetane], Gaynor [Gaine], Gaston [Gastone], Gavin [Gwayne, ..], Gaines [Gayne], Gene, Germain [Jermayne, ..], Gideon [Gideone], Gladstone, Gladwin [Gladwynne], Godwin [Goodwynne], Gunnar [Gunne], Gwayne, Hadwin [Hadwynne], Halden [Halfdane, ..], Hawthorne, Heinrich [Heine]

Herne [Hearne], Irving [Irvine], Ja- [Jamaine], John [Zane, ..], Jardine, Jermaine [Jermayne, ..], Je- [Jerone], Jerome [Jerrone], Jessamine, Jordan [Jourdaine], Junius [June], Kane [Keane, ..], Keane [Keyne, ..], Cian [Keane], Kearn [Kearne], Kern [Kearne], Klein [Kline], Kyrone [Kirone, ..], Lane [Layne, ..], Langhorne

Laverne [Luverne, ..], Napoleon [Napoleone, ..], Leon [Leone], Leonard [Leone], Le- [Lewayne, ..], Livingston [Livingstone], Lonnie [Lonne], Lorne, Macfarlane, Mar- [Markaine], Maynard [Mayne], Melbourne [Millburne, ..], Milburn [Millburne, ..], Montaine [Montayne, ..], Nairn [Nairne], Neptune, Osborn [Osburne, ..], Otto [Ottone], Paine [Payne], Peregrine

Radburn [Radburne, ..], Rayburn [Rayburne, ..], Raines [Rayne, ..], Ramon [Ramone], Raymond [Ramone], Raynor [Rayne, ..], Rankin [Rankine], Rashaun [Rashane], Reginald [Rene], Rene [Renne, ..], Ren [Renne], Rohan [Roane], Roman [Romaine], Rooney [Roone], Rune, Ryan [Ryne], Solomon [Salomone], Sanborn [Sandbourne, ..], Samson [Sansone], Selwyn [Selwynne]

Severn [Severne], Sean [Shane], Shane [Shayne, ..], Shavon [Shavonne], Sherborn [Sherburne, ..], Sherwin [Sherwynne], Shoshone, Signe, Simon [Simone], Sloan [Sloane], Sterne [Stearne], Stoney [Stone], Swaine [Swayne], Swinburne [Swynborne, ..], Tamerlane [Tamurlaine, ..], Thane [Thayne, ..], Thorne, Trahern [Traherne, ..], Tremain [Tremayne, ..], Truman [Trumaine]

Tune, Twain [Twaine], Tyquan [Tyquonne], Tyrone [Tyronne, ..], Urban [Urbane, ..], Valentine, Vane, Vernon [Verne], Walwyn [Walwynne], Washburn [Washburne, ..], Wayne, Welborne [Welbourne], Wynn [Wynne], Zane [Zayne, ..]

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