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Boy Names Ending with -t

T ending baby names and what they mean, with 341 results. -t names are used more often as masculine names. The trendier boy names here are August (#170), Bennett (#120), Emmett (#114), Everett (#95) and Rhett (#167), while Pickett (TOP 1%) and Luckett (3%) are popular -t last names.

Aart - Ascot | August - Berndt | Bert - Calumet | Calvert - Corbet | Corbett - Davenport | Deforest - Eginhardt | .. - .. | Zygmunt

Aart - Ascot

Arthur and variants

Art1, Arrt, Aart
Var. of Arthur. From Celtic. .. His name was first found in .. Aarit is also a somewhat popular baby name.

Abbott and variants

Abbott, var. Abott, Abot, Abbot
Based on Old English language. "Father, priest." Abbott (UPPER 1%), Abott (67%), comparable to Adsitt (UPPER 65%), Abbitt (23%), are common -tt suffix surnames.

Adnot, Adnet
Forms of Adam. Origin fr. Hebrew. "Earth." Abnet and Aonet are creative forms.

Var. of Ahmed. Origin fr. Arabic language. "Highly praised or one who constantly thanks God." Rare. Ahmet is not found in the US Census.

Albert and variants

Albert, var. Ulbricht, Elbrecht, Elbert, Delbert, Bert, Dalbert, Aubert, Alvert, Albrekt, Ailbert, Albrecht, Adelbert1, Adelbrecht, Adelbert2, Adalbert, Adalbrecht, Abert
Origin fr. Old English language. "Noble, bright." Albert (TOP 4%), Bert (37%), Delbert (31%) and Elbert (37%) are common as male names.

Var. of Alban. Derived fr. Latin language. "From Alba." Not Top 2000 name.

Alcott, var. Alkott, Allcott, Allcot, Alcot
Stems fr. Old English word. "The old cottage." Rare. Alcott, Allcott, Alkott, like Ascott, have the androgynous-sounding -ott ending.

Allart, Alhart
Var. of Allard. Derived fr. Old English word. "Noble and brave." Rare. Alhart, Allart, like Abert, Ailbert, end with -rt.


From Hebrew language. "Comrade, friend." Also a girls' name. Amit was favored by parents 4 decades ago.

Based on Hindi. "Immortal." Amrit is rare as a baby name. See also Amit.

Top 2000 baby names ranking of -t names: Abbott, Adelbert, Albert, Amit, Arnett

Top 2000 baby names ranking of -t names: Art, Bert, Delbert, Elbert

Form of Amadeus. Stems fr. Latin. "God's love." Unusual, with the -ot suffix for Amyot, like Ascot, Abot. See also Amit.

Form of Harold. Derivative of Scandinavian, Old English languages. "Army ruler." Outside Top 2000.

Var. of Archibald. Source fr. Old French, Old German languages. "Genuine, bold, brave." Archambault is rare as a children's name.

Form of Arnaud. Source fr. French, Italian languages. Variant of Arnold. Outside Top 2000.

Arnout, Arnot1, Arndt, Arnault2
Var. of Arnold. Source fr. Old French, Old German words. "Eagle ruler." Arnault, Arnot, etc. are seldom found as men's names.

Arnett and variants

Arnett, var. Ornet, Arnott, Arnot2, Arnet, Arnat
Derived fr. Old French, English words. "Little eagle." Arnat, Arnet, Arnot, Arnott and Ornet are more exclusive as boys' names among the forms of Arnett.

Form of Aric. Root fr. Old Norse element. "Complete ruler." A rare boys' name.

Irish mythology .. Art is a conventional (TOP 58%) male name, and exists commonly (TOP 22%) as a last name.

Form of Artemas. Stems fr. Greek. "Follower of the goddess Artemis." Less used today. Art was last listed in 1970-1979 in the Top 2000. See also Ardy.

Ascot, var. Escott, Escot, Ascott
Root fr. Old English language. "Eastern cottage." Unique. Ascot, Escot (cf. Arnot, Adnot) use the unconventional -ot suffix.

Quick Reference

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

1. Aart - Ascot
Arthur [Art, ..], Abbott [Abott, ..], Adam [Adnot, ..], Ahmed [Ahmet], Albert [Ulbricht, ..], Alban [Albinet], Alcott [Alkott, ..], Allard [Allart, ..], Amit, Amrit, Amadeus [Amyot], Harold [Aralt], Archibald [Archambault], Arnaud [Arnault], Arnold [Arnout, ..], Arnett [Ornet, ..], Aric [Arrict], Art, Artemas [Art], Ascot [Escott, ..]

August, Averett [Averret, ..], Bancroft [Bancrofft], Baptist, Battista [Baptist], Barnett [Baronett, ..], Barrett [Barret, ..], Bertram [Bert, ..], Barton [Bart], Bart [Bartt, ..], Bartholomew [Bat, ..], Bartlet [Bartlitt, ..], Bassett [Basset], Beaufort, Beaumont, Beckett, Belmont [Bellmont], Benedict [Bent, ..], Bennett [Benoit, ..], Bernard [Bernt, ..]

Bert [Burt], Berthold [Bertolt, ..], Berton [Burt, ..], Burton [Burtt, ..], Birkett [Burkitt, ..], Bogart [Bogaart], Booth [Boot], Brand [Brant, ..], Brant [Brantt, ..], Brent [Brentt, ..], Brett [Britt, ..], Brian [Bryent, ..], Brockhoist, Bryant [Briant], Burchard [Burkhart, ..], Burdett, Burnet [Burnett, ..], Burt, Cabot [Cabbot], Calumet [Callumet]

Calvert [Calbert], Charles [Charlot], Cherut [Herut, ..], Chester [Chet], Rochester [Chet], Cleavant [Cleevont, ..], Clement [Kliment, ..], Clifton [Clift], Clinton [Klint, ..], Canute [Knut, ..], Knute [Knut, ..], Cobb [Cobbett], Colbert [Culbert, ..], Colby [Colbert], Nicholas [Nicollet, ..], Colt, Conan [Conant], Constantine [Constant], Constant, Corbin [Corbitt, ..]

Corbett [Corbet], Conrad [Kurt, ..], Cort [Kurt, ..], Courtland [Courtlandt, ..], Covert [Couvert], Crisanto [Crizant], Crockett [Croquett, ..], Crofton [Crofft, ..], Courtney [Curt], Curtis [Curt], Curt [Kurt], Cuthbert, Dag [Daggett, ..], Dagobert [Dagbert], Daivat, Dalbert [Delbert], Da- [Damont], Dainard [Daneardt, ..], Dart, Davenport

Deforest [Defforest], Delbert [Dilbert, ..], Delmon [Delmont], Dennis [Diot, ..], Jeremiah [Dermott, ..], Dermot [Dermott], Derwin [Derwent], De- [Dewitt], Dewitt [Witt, ..], Diarmid [Diarmait], Desiderio [Diderot], Dumont, Durand [Durrant, ..], Dwight, Eberhard [Evert, ..], Eckhard [Ekkehardt, ..], Edbert, Efrat [Ephrat], Egbert [Eckbert, ..], Eginhard [Einhardt, ..]

Egmont, Eilert, Elbert, Elijah [Elyott, ..], Elias [Elliot, ..], Eliphalet [Eliphelet, ..], Elliot [Elyott, ..], Emmet [Emmott, ..], Endicott [Endecott], Engelbert [Inglebert, ..], Erhard [Erhart, ..], Ernest [Ernst, ..], Escott [Escot], Ethelbert [Bert], Everest, Everard [Everhart, ..], Everett [Ewart, ..], Ewart [Ewert, ..], Edward [Ewart], Fabian [Fabert]

Ferrand [Ferrant, ..], Faust, Filbert [Phillbert, ..], Flint [Flynt], Florent, Forest [Forrest], Franchot, Francis [Franchot], Fremont, Frost, Fulbright [Phillbert, ..], Gaillard [Gaillardet], Galbraith [Galbrait], Galt, Galton [Galt], Gannet [Gannett], Garnet [Garnett], Gerard [Jerrott, ..], Gerald [Jarrett, ..], Garret [Jarrott, ..]

Gareth [Garret], Geraint [Jeraint, ..], Garrard [Gerhardt], Gerritt [Gerrit, ..], Gilbert [Guilbert, ..], Gilchrist [Gillchrist], Gillett [Gelett], Goddard [Gotthart, ..], Goldsmith [Goldshmidt, ..], Grant, Guerrant, Hackett [Hackitt, ..], Halbert [Halburt], Hamlet [Hamnett, ..], Harcourt, Harjit [Harjeet], Harpreet, Hart, Haslett [Hazlitt, ..], Helmut [Hellmut]

Herbert [Heribert, ..], Heribert, Henry [Heriot], Hewett [Hewlitt, ..], Hildebrand [Hildebrandt], Hippolytus [Hippolit], Hobart [Hoebart, ..], Holt, Horst [Hurst], Hoyt, Hubert [Hobart, ..], Hulbert [Hulburt, ..], Humbert, Hunt, Hunter [Hunt], Huntington [Hunt], Hurlbert [Hurlbutt, ..], Hurst [Horst, ..], Hyatt [Hiatt, ..], Inglebert [Ingelbert, ..]

Innocenzio [Innocent], Ismat, Jacques [Jacot], Jacob [Jacquet], Jarrett [Jerrott, ..], Jordan [Jerrott, ..], John [Jeannot], Jet [Jett], Justin [Just, ..], Junius [Junot], Kenneth [Kennett, ..], Kent [Kentt, ..], Kermit, Kershet, Kiefer [Kiefert], Kit [Kitt], Christian [Kit], Christopher [Kitt, ..], Klein [Kleinert], Klemens [Kliment, ..]

Knightley [Knight], Kolton [Kolt], Konstantin [Konstant], Konrad [Kort], Kort, Kristian [Krist], Kurt [Kort], Lambert [Landbert, ..], Lamont, La- [Lamont], Lancelot [Launcelot], Lawrence [Lorant, ..], Leggett [Liggett, ..], Leonard [Lennart], Levant, Lindhurst [Lyndhurst, ..], Lockhart, Lorenzo [Lorent], Lot, Mochan [Machent]

Muhammad [Muhamet, ..], Martin [Mart], Matthew [Matt, ..], Maynard [Meinhardt], Meinhard [Meinhardt], Merritt [Meritt, ..], Michael [Michelet], Milton [Milt], Mohajit, Mordecai [Mort], Mortimer [Mort], Nat, Nathan [Nat], Nathaniel [Nat], Nesbit [Nisbett, ..], Newport, Norbert [Bert], Obert, Osbert, Osman [Osmont, ..]

Otto [Ot], Packard [Packert], Page [Pagett, ..], Patrick [Pat], Peter [Piet], Pitt, Plantagenet, Platt, Porat, Pratt, Prescott [Prestcott, ..], Prewitt [Pruitt, ..], Quentin [Quint, ..], Radbert, Rainart [Reinhart, ..], Reginald [Rheinallt, ..], Ranjit [Ranjeet], Raymond [Rayment], Reynard [Reinhardt], Rene [Renat]

Reynold [Renault], Rhett, Richard [Rickert, ..], Rigoberto [Rigobert], Robert [Ruprecht, ..], Roosevelt, Roxbert, Rupert [Ruprecht], Rycroft [Ryecroft], Saint, Sandhurst [Sandhirst], Sargent [Serjeant, ..], Schubert [Shubert], Scott [Scot], Scout, Seabert [Seibert, ..], Sennett [Sennet], Shabat [Shabbat], Skeet, Somerset [Summerset, ..]

Steinar [Steinhardt, ..], Stewart [Stuart], Stoddard [Stoddart], Stuart [Stewart], Sujay [Sujit], Taft, Taggart [Taggert], Tait, Tate [Taitt, ..], Talbet [Tallbott, ..], Tarrant [Tarrent], Tempest [Tempestt], Tennant [Tennent, ..], Theobald [Tybault, ..], Thorbert [Torbert], Thornycroft [Thorneycroft], Tobias [Tobit], Toussaint, Traugott, Tremont

Trent, Vermont, Vincent [Vinicent], Wainwright [Waynwright, ..], Walcott [Wolcott, ..], Walter [Wat, ..], Watt, Westbrook [West], Westcott [Westcot, ..], Wheelwright, Wilbert [Wilburt], Willet [Willett], William [Wilmott, ..], Wolcott, Wolfert, Wolfe [Wolfhart], Wright, Wyatt [Wiatt], Yaphet [Japhet], Yehudi [Yehudit, ..]

Sigmund [Zygmunt]

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