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Boy Names Starting with Rock-

Rock- baby names and what they mean, with 7 results. Rock- names are used more often as masculine names. Adoption of these boy names was at its apex in the 1950s and has become significantly diminished since. Rockel (TOP 35%) and Rocka (92%) are familiar Rock- last names.

Rock- names

Rock - Rocky

Rocco and variants

Rocky1, Rocko, Rock1
Forms of Rocco. Derivative of German, Italian. "Rest." Rook is also a slightly prominent kid's name.


Var. of Rochester. Stems fr. Old English word. "Stone camp or fortress." Rock (TOP 1%), comparable to Bock (TOP 2%), Yock (41%), is a popular -ock suffix last name. See also Rick.

Rock3, var. Rocky2
Variant of Rocco .. Adoption of Rock and Rocky as birth names in 2018 was 11.1% more than the year before.

Rockley, var. Rockly, Rockleigh, Rocklee
From Old English word. "Rock meadow." Rodley and Rolley are creative forms.

Possibly an Old English place name. Unique, with the androgynous-sounding -in ending, like Rollin. See also Roslin.


Root fr. Old English. "Rock spring." Adoption of Rockwell as a birth name in 2018 was down 6.7% compared to the previous year.

Rocky and variants

Rocky3, var. Rockwell2, Rocklin2, Rockland, Rockford, Rock4
Derived fr. English word. .. Saint Roque (16th century) was a .. Rock (TOP 1%), Rockford (30%), Rocklin (43%), Rockwell (2%) and Rocky (66%) exist regularly as surnames.

Quick Reference

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

1. Rock - Rocky
Rocco [Rock, Rocky, Rocko], Rochester [Rock], Rock [Rocky], Rockley [Rockly, Rocklee, Rockleigh], Rocklin, Rockwell, Rocky [Rock, Rocklin, Rockwell, Rockland, Rockford]

Usage comparison for Rock- names