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Boy Names Starting with Au-

Au- baby names and what they mean, with 22 results. Au- names are used more often as feminine names. These boy names were at the height of their popularity 2 decades ago (ADOPTION OF 1.4%) and have become significantly less widespread since (ADOPTION 0.5%, 67.7%), with names such as Austen becoming somewhat dated. August (#170) and Augustine (#761) are two of the more fashionable names for newborns among these, while Augst (TOP 57%) and Aubut (44%) are familiar Au- last names. Here is the list of Au- names for girls.

Au- names

Auban - Austin | Autha - Autry

Auban - Austin

Aubin1, Auben, Auban
Var. of Alban. Source fr. Latin word. "From Alba." Aaban is a somewhat common boys' name.

Auberron1, Auberon1
Var. of Oberon. Stems fr. Old German. "Royal bear." Rare, but Auberon, Auberron are similar to popular -ron surnames Agron (UPPER 25%), Almiron (97%).

Auberon2, var. Auberron2
Origin fr. Old German word. "Noble or royal bear." Auberon and Auberron are not in the Top 2000.

Form of Albert. Source fr. Old English language. "Noble, bright." Scarce as a boys' name, but Aubert is comparable to the more common Hubert. See also Aubery.

Var. of Albin. Stems fr. English. "White, pale-skinned." Aubin is not frequently used as a children's name. See also Auban.

Aubrey and variants

Aubrey, var. Aubury, Aubry, Aubery, Auberon3, Aubary, Aube
From Old German element. "Elf or magical being, power." Usage of Aubrey, Auberon, etc. as boys' names in 2018 was up 31.8% compared to the previous decade.


Source fr. English word. "Moderate or reddish brown." Auburn is a scarcely used male name, existing frequently (UPPER 64%) as a last name. Unisex name.


Root fr. Old English element. "Old friend." Popular as a birth name, Auden is similar to the popular Arden. See also Adem.

Audey and variants

Audey, var. Audie
Root fr. Old English word. "Noble strength." Audey and Audie are scantly used as male names, and Audie appears commonly (UPPER 72%) as a last name.


Based on Old English. .. May be related to the surname .. Less widespread today. Audley was last listed in the 1900s in the Top 2000. See also Adley.

Top 2000 baby names ranking of Au- names: Aubrey, Aubry, Auburn, Auden, Audie

Top 2000 baby names ranking of Au- names: Audley, August, Auguste, Augustin, Augustine

Top 2000 baby names ranking of Au- names: Augusto, Augustus, Aurelio, Austen, Austin, Austyn

Var. of Aldrich. Stems fr. Old English language. "Old." Audric is not frequently adopted as a children's name.

Root fr. Old German. "Old." Audric is not often used as a baby name. See also Andric.

August and variants

August, var. Austin1, Austen1, Augy1, Augustus1, Augustino, Augusto1, Augustine1, Augustin1, Auguste1, Augie1
Source fr. Latin element. "Great, magnificient." August and Augustine have gained in popularity as birth names since 1980-1989.

Augustine and variants

Augustine2, var. Austyn1, Austin2, Austen2, Augy2, Augustin2, Augustyn, Augie2
Origin fr. Latin element. "Great, magnificient." Augustine and variants became less trendy in 2018, falling -104 positions as birth names with Austen leading the decline.

Augustus and variants

Augustus2, var. Austyn2, Austin3, Austen3, Augy3, Augustin3, Augusto2, Auguste2, Augie3, Auggie
Source fr. Latin word. "Great, magnificient." Auggie, Augie and Augy are more rarefied as baby names among the variations of Augustus.

Aundre, Aundray
Forms of Andre. Stems fr. French, Greek elements. "Man, warrior." Aundray and Aundre were not Top birth names in 2018.

Aurelio and variants

Aurelio, var. Aurelo, Aurelius, Aureliano, Aureli, Aurel
Source fr. Latin word. "Golden." Somewhat common as children's names, Aurelo, Aurelio, etc. are pronounced like the conventional Arlo.

Var. of Aaron. From Hebrew word. "Mountain of strength." Abron and Anron are creative variations.

Osten and variants

Austin4, Austen4
Var. of Osten. Origin fr. French, Latin elements. "Magnificient." Adoption of Austen and forms was more pronounced among parents 23 years ago and is now less.

Austin and variants

Austin5, var. Austyn3, Austen5
From French, Latin words. "Great, magnificient." Usage of Austin, Austen, etc. as baby names in 2018 was 34.5% less than the previous decade.

Quick Reference

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

1. Auban - Austin
Alban [Aubin, Auben, Auban], Oberon [Auberon, Auberron], Auberon [Auberron], Albert [Aubert], Albin [Aubin], Aubrey [Aube, Aubry, Aubury, Aubery, Aubary, Auberon], Auburn, Auden, Audey [Audie], Audley, Aldrich [Audric], Audric, August [Augy, Austin, Austen, Augusto, Augustus, Augustin, Augustino, Augustine, ..], Augustine [Augy, Augie, Austyn, Austin, Austen, Augustyn, Augustin], Augustus [Augy, Augie, Austyn, Austin, Austen, Augusto, Auguste, Augustin, ..], Andre [Aundre, Aundray], Aurelio [Aurel, Aurelo, Aureli, Aurelius, Aureliano], Aaron [Auron], Osten [Austin, Austen], Austin [Austyn, Austen]

Autha, Autry [Autrey]

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