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Boy Names associated with Sea


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Sea baby names and what they mean, with 63 results. Usage of these boy names was at its peak 2 decades ago (ADOPTION OF 1.4%) and is almost as widespread today (ADOPTION 1.1%, 18.1%), but with names such as Mervin becoming less trendy. Adrian (#62), Caspian (#801) and Kai (#113) are three of the more chic baby names here, while Albon (TOP 58%) and Amman (31%) are conventional last names. Here is the list of Sea names for girls.

Sea names

Adrian - Gannet | Hali - Murphy | Murrow - Sewell | Theseus - Zale

Adrian - Gannet


.. its name to the Adriatic Sea .. Aarian is also a moderately common baby name. [Haydrien, Hadrien, Aydrian, Adron, Adrien, Adreeyan, Adreyan, Adreean, Adrain, .. 18 more]

.. himself into the sea near Athens .. Unusual, but Aegeus, Aigeus are comparable to common last names Ausmus (TOP 13%), Aus (36%), with the -us suffix. [Aigeus, .. 1 more]

.. the mad sea captain in Herman .. Not in Top 2000. See also Ahava.

.. means to the sea or get .. Rather quaint as a boys' name. [Alomar]


.. seen from the sea, or from .. Less widespread today. Albion was last found in 1910-1919 in the Top 2000. See also Albinson.

Not related to the sea. Almarine, Almarin and Almarino are uncommon as children's names. [Almarino, .. 1 more]


.. country northeast of the Dead Sea .. Less popular today. Ammon was the variant last listed (2015) in the Top 2000. [Amnon, Amon]

.. Earth and the Sea, a wrestler .. Rather uncommon as a baby name. [Anteus, Anteo, Antaios]

.. fame of English sea captain William .. Blige (TOP 50%), Blight (25%) are conventional surnames. [Bly]


The Caspian Sea is the largest .. Caspian has gained increasing favor as a children's name since 1880-1889. See also Campian.

Top 2000 baby names ranking of Sea names: Adrian, Albion, Ammon, Caspian, Dee

Top 2000 baby names ranking of Sea names: Delmar, Dylan, Elmo

Derived fr. Greek. "Large fish or sea monster." Cetus was not a Top birth name in 2018. .. name of the sea monsters killed ..

.. of the legendary sea monster Nessie .. Not in popularity charts. Cross-gender use.

.. Hungary, and into the Black Sea. Danube and Donau are intermittently used masculine names. [Donau]


.. into the North Sea at Aberdeen. Less popular today. Dee was last listed in the 1970s in the Top 2000. Gender-neutral name.


Stems fr. Spanish, Old French words. "Of the sea." Delmar (UPPER 14%), Delmer (99%) and Delmore (19%) appear regularly as surnames. Place name and Spanish form of .. [Delmore, Delmer, .. 1 more]


Stems fr. Welsh language. "Son of the sea." Dylan (TOP 45%) and Dillon (79%) are commonly occurring as given names, whereas Dillan, Dyllan, Dyllon, Dylon and Dylonn are sparsely used. Mythology .. [Dylonn, Dyllan, .. 4 more]

Based on Old English language. "Wealthy sea." Uncommon as a birth name, but Edmar is similar to the more common Edgar. See also Elmar.


.. of ships at sea is called .. Less used today. Elmo was the version last listed (1960-1969) in the Top 2000. [Moe]

.. crossing the Irish Sea on horse .. Rather quirky as a birth name. [Fionnbharr, Fionbharr, Barra, .. 8 more]

A sea bird that lives on .. A rare children's name. [Gannett]

Quick Reference

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

1. Adrian - Gannet
Adrian [Hadrien, Haydrien, Haydrian, Hadriano, ..], Aegeus [Aigeus, Aigeos], Ahab, Alamar [Alomar], Albion, Almarine [Almarin, Almarino], Ammon [Amon, Amnon], Antaeus [Anteo, Anteus, Antaios], Bligh [Bly], Caspian, Cetus, Chessie, Danube [Donau], Dee, Delmar [Delmer, Delmor, Delmore], Dylan [Dylon, Dylonn, Dyllon, Dyllan, ..], Edmar, Elmo [Moe], Finbar [Fionn, Fionnbarr, Fionbharr, Fionnbharr, ..], Gannet [Gannett]

Hali, Havelock, Hurley [Hurly, Hurlee, Hurleigh], Kai [Kye, Keh, Kaj], Leomaris, Marino [Rien, Ries, Rinus, Marinus], Mario [Marius, Meirion, Marianus], Marion [Mariano], Marvin [Merwyn, Murvin, Merwin, Murvynn, ..], Meredith [Meridith, Merideth, Meredyth], Merlin [Merlyn, Merlen, Merlynn, Merlinn, ..], Merrill [Meryl, Merril, Merrel, Merrell, ..], Merritt [Merit, Meritt, Merrett], Mervin [Murvyn, Murvin, Merwyn, Merwinn, ..], Moab, Morgan [Morgen, Morgun, Morrgan], Mortimer [Mort, Morty, Mortymer], Murdock [Murdo, Murdoch, Murtagh, Murtaugh], Muriel, Murphy [Murfie, Murphie, Murphey, Murphee, ..]

Murrow [Morrow, Morrowe, Murough, Murrough], Naylor [Nailor, Nailer], Nemo, Neptune, Nereus [Nereo], Njord, Orman [Ormand], Pelagios [Pelayo, Pelagius], Perseus, Poseidon, Proteus, Salton, Seabert [Sebert, Seibert, Seabright], Seabrook [Seabrooke], Seabury, Seaton [Seton, Seeton], Seger [Segar, Seeger, Seager], Seton, Seward [Siward, Sewerd], Sewell [Sewall, Sewald]

Theseus, Triton, Zale [Zayle]

Usage comparison for Sea names