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Good baby names and what they mean, for good, best, highest, greater, with 83 results. Usage of these boy names reached its apex in the year 2009 (ADOPTION OF 2.3%) and is almost as widespread today (ADOPTION 2%, 13%), but with names such as Lemuel becoming somewhat dated. The most trendy names for newborns among these are Santiago (#81), Ace (#255), Tobias (#275), Zion (#183) and Adonis (#366), while Omara (TOP 5%) and Omori (23%) are conventional surnames. Here is the list of Good names for girls.

Good names

Ace - Candido | Chance - Gentry | Godfrey - Naren | Naveed - Venturo | Wenceslaus - Zion

Ace - Candido


Stems fr. English language. "Number one, the best." Widely used, with usage of 0.08% for Ace and variants as baby names in 2018, higher than 0.067% the year before. .. card with the highest face value .. [Acie, Acer, .. 2 more]


Stems fr. Greek. "Extremely good looking, handsome." Adonnis is also a slightly prominent baby name. Greek mythology .. [Adonys, Adones, Adohnes, .. 2 more]

Derived fr. Greek. "Good, honorable." Unusual, but Agathias is comparable to common -as last names Attias (TOP 40%), Athas (34%). The masculine form of Agatha. [Agathos, .. 2 more]

Stems fr. Arabic element. "Perfect." Ahmal and Aimal are creative forms. [Aqmal]


.. and ruled the greater part of .. Alasdair, Alastair, Alaster, Alaxander and Alcander are more unconventional as versions of Alexander. [Zandros, Xander, Saunders, Sascha, Sandy, Sandie, Sandros, Sandero, Sacha, Lexo, .. 60 more]


.. by Muhammad as excellent names for .. A very conventional baby name (#309 A YEAR AGO), Ali also occurs frequently as a surname. [Alia]

From Arabic language. "Greater glory." Unique, with the common -ad ending for Amjad, like Ahmaad, Arpad. [Amjed]

.. of his first best selling novel, .. Rare as boys' names, but Amory, Aimory, etc. sound like the more conventional Amir. [Amry, .. 3 more]


Derivative of Greek. "Best." Uncommon, with usage of 0.005% for Aris and Arris as boys' names in 2018, higher than 0.004% a year ago. Short form of Aristeo used in .. [Arris]

Root fr. Spanish, Greek. "Best." Rare, with usage of 0.005% for Aristeo and variants as baby names in 2018, higher than 0.004% in 2017. [Aristos, Aristo, .. 2 more]

Top 2000 baby names ranking of Good names: Ace, Adonis, Alexander, Ali, Aris

Top 2000 baby names ranking of Good names: Boone, Candido

From Greek element. "Best." Ari is a trendy version. From the word "aristos" .. [Aristide, Ari, .. 1 more]

Source fr. Greek word. "The best of all." Ary (TOP 10%), Arie (44%) and Ari (62%) occur frequently as last names. From the phrase "aristos totalis" .. [Ary, .. 5 more]

.. is called "the good", and reigns .. Compare surnames Baldes (UPPER 36%), Baldez (37%). [Baudier, .. 2 more]

.. considered a token of good luck. Berilo and Berillo are not Top 2000 names. [Berillo]

Root fr. French language. "Good friend." Bonamy and Bonami are unusual as boys' names. [Bonami]

Based on Latin word. "Good fortune." Bonaventura, Bonaventure and Bueaventura are rarely found as men's names. [Bueaventura, .. 1 more]


Root fr. Old French, Latin. "Good." Boone became more popular in 2018, rising +49 positions as a boys' name to reach #669. See also Roone. In origin from Old French "bon" ..

Source fr. Italian. "Excellent, courageous." Bravo, Brahvo and Bravvo are not frequently adopted as children's names. The exclamation that accompanies a brilliant .. [Bravvo, .. 1 more]

.. the French word "bon", or "good" .. Bunyan is uncommon as a boys' name.


.. is for the best in the .. Adoption of Candide and variants soared 5 decades ago. [Candidio, .. 1 more]

Quick Reference

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

1. Ace - Candido
Ace [Acie, Acey, ..], Adonis [Adonys, Adones, ..], Agathias [Agathos, Agathius], Akmal [Aqmal], Alexander [Zandro, Zandros, ..], Ali [Alia], Amjad [Amjed], Amory [Amry, Amorey, ..], Aris [Arris], Aristeo [Aristo, Aristos, ..], Aristides [Aristide, Aristeides], Aristotle [Ary, Arri, ..], Balder [Baldur, Baudier], Berilo [Berillo], Bonamy [Bonami], Bonaventure [Bueaventura, Bonaventura], Boone, Bravo [Bravvo, Brahvo], Bunyan, Candido [Candide, Candidio]

Chance [Choncey, Chauncy, ..], Cullen [Cullin, Cullinan], Debonair [Debonnair, Debonnaire], Denali, Devin [Devyn, Devynn, ..], Ebisu, Eugene [Yevgeny, Yevgeni, ..], Euodias, Eusebius [Eusevio, Eusevios, ..], Eustace [Stacey, Jevstachi, ..], Evan [Van, Owen, ..], Evander, Evangel [Vangelo, Vangelis, ..], Evaristus [Evaristo, Evariste], Fadile [Fazil, Fadle, ..], Felim [Phelim, Feidhlim], Galahad [Galath], Ganesh [Ganesha], Gautam [Gotama], Gentry

Godfrey [Jul, Gyrd, ..], Gomer, Goodman [Guttman, Guttmann], Goodwin [Goodwyn, Goodwynn], Goodyear, Hakon [Hako, Hakan, ..], Hasani [Hasan], Hassan [Hasani, Hassain], Hideo, Hussein [Husein, Hussain, ..], Kamal [Kamil, Kameel], Kenneth [Kenny, Kennith, ..], Kibo, Lakshman, Lemuel [Lem, Lemmie], Maccoy [Mccoy], Maimon [Malmun], Major [Mayor, Mayer], Makoto, Naren

Naveed [Navid], Noam, Olimpio [Olympus, Olympios, ..], Omari, Osher, Pawnee, Perfecto, Rashad [Rashod, Rashaad], Santiago [Santigo, Santiaco, ..], Seraphim [Seraph, Seraphimus, ..], Sohan [Sohil], Speed, Sujay [Sujit], Syon, Tavi [Tavee], Tobias [Toby, Tobyn, ..], Toby [Tobi, Tobie, ..], Tuvya [Tuvyah, Tuviyahu, ..], Vander, Venturo [Venturio]

Wenceslaus [Wenzel, Wiencyslaw, ..], Yazid [Yazeed], Zion [Sion]

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