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Boy Names associated with Bird


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Bird baby names and what they mean, for bird, with 24 results. These boy names were at the apex of their popularity in the 1940s (ADOPTION OF 1.8%) and are now significantly less popular (ADOPTION 0.2%, 91%), with names such as Jay becoming somewhat dated. Phoenix (#252) is the most contemporarily stylish birth name here, while Krane (TOP 19%) and Chrane (70%) are common last names. Here is the list of Bird names for girls.

Bird names

Altair - Starling | Talon - Vireo

Altair - Starling

Stems fr. Arabic element. "Bird." Aldair is a marginally favored kid's name. Also possibly of Latin origin .. [Altayr, .. 2 more]

Root fr. Old English. "Hill of birds." Unusual. Compare Birtle, Bertle and common last names Bettle (TOP 71%), Bristle (63%), with the -tle suffix. Place name. [Bertle]

Derived fr. Middle English language. "Bird." Burdett, like the similar Burkett, occurs more usually as a surname. [Burdette]


Source fr. Old English element. "Bird like." Somewhat atypical as a boys' name, Byrd is found more frequently as a surname. [Byrdie, Bird]

Derivative of Middle English element. "Brood of birds." Coveny (UPPER 58%), Cover (5%) are popular surnames. Author Stephen Covey. [Covvey]

.. that resembles the long legged bird .. Corne and Crase are creative forms. [Crayne, Crayn, .. 2 more]

.. refers to the water dwelling birds. Cranford, like the similar Crawford, exists more usually as a last name. [Cranfurd]

Bird name .. Not that popular as a children's name, Eagle is found more conventionally as a surname. See also Nagle.

Stems fr. Hebrew element. "Singing bird." Efron (UPPER 39%) and Ephron (87%) occur commonly as last names. [Ephron, Efroni]

Stems fr. Irish. "Bird." Unisex name. Enda is unique as a children's name. From ean ..

Top 2000 baby names ranking of Bird names: Byrd, Hawk, Jay, Larry, Phoenix

Top 2000 baby names ranking of Bird names: Raven, Starling

Origin fr. Old English language. "Bird trapper." Rather quaint as a children's name, Fowler is used more frequently as a surname. Occupational name.

A sea bird that lives on .. Not in Top 2000. [Gannett]


Source fr. Old English language. "Falcon, bird of prey." Somewhat atypical as a birth name, Hawk is used more frequently as a surname. From Middle English hauk, from Old .. [Hawke]


Stems fr. Latin element. "Blue crested bird." Jay, Jai, etc. became more trendy in 2018, rising +69 positions as birth names with Jai gaining the most. Also possibly from the Latin name .. [Jeh, Jaye, Jai, Jae, .. 2 more]


.. Basketball player Larry Bird; actor/comedian .. A conventional boys' name (#706 THE PAST YEAR) which is also used somewhat frequently as a surname. See also Parry.

Derived fr. Hawaiian language. "Bird." Not in popularity charts. [Pali]

.. the vegetable or the pea bird .. Outside Top 2000.


The mythical Arabian bird known as .. Fenix (TOP 87%), Phenix (17%) and Phoenix (7%) appear often as surnames. [Phenix, Fenix]


.. the large black bird related to .. Somewhat common as children's names, Rayven, Raven, etc. are similar to the conventional Raylen. [Rayvin, .. 2 more]


Bird name, though the name may .. Cross-gender use. Starling is irregularly used as a men's name, occurring often (TOP 2%) as a surname.

Quick Reference

Summary Index of Bird names [and variants] for boys.

1. Altair - Starling
Altair [Altayr, Altaer, Alltair], Birtle [Bertle], Burdett [Burdette], Byrd [Bird, Byrdie], Covey [Covvey], Crane [Crayn, Crain, Crayne, Craine], Cranford [Cranfurd], Eagle, Efron [Ephron, Efroni], Enda, Fowler, Gannet [Gannett], Hawk [Hawke], Jay [Jeh, Jai, Jae, Jaye, Jayron, Jayronn], Larry, Palila [Pali], Peabody, Phoenix [Fenix, Phenix], Raven [Rayvin, Rayven, Ravinn], Starling

Talon [Talin, Talen, Tallon, Tallin, Tallen, Tallan], Tern, Torio [Torrio], Vireo

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