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U- Names for Boys

U baby names and what they mean, with 44 results. Uriah (#591) and Uriel (#492) are two of the more contemporarily stylish birth names in this list, while Urie (TOP 15%) and Ummel (31%) are common U- surnames. Here is the list of U- names for girls.

Ubadah - Ulysses | Umar - Usamah | Usher - Uziel

Ubadah - Ulysses

Top 2000 baby names ranking of U- names: Ulises, Ulysses

Based on Arabic language. "Serves God." Unconventional. Compare Ubadah with popular last names Ullah (TOP 13%), Umlah (100%), which also end with -ah.

Origin fr. Italian. Variant of Hubert (Old German) bright .. Unique. Uberto is not listed in the US Demographics. See also Umberto.

Ulberto, Uberto2
Var. of Hubert. Root fr. Old German word. "Bright or shining intellect." Uberso and Uberudi are creative forms.

From Hindi word. "Rising, showing up." Not in Top 2000.

Udell, var. Udall, Udel, Udale
From Old English. "Yew-tree valley." Udell (UPPER 11%) and Udall (24%) exist commonly as last names.

From Hebrew word. "My torch, burning stick." Udi is a scarce male name.

Short form of Ulric. Udo is not a Top 2000 name.

Udolf, var. Udolph, Udolfo
Stems fr. Old English. "Wolf-wealth." Not in Top 2000.

Ugolin, Ugo1
Forms of Hugh. Source fr. Old French, Old German. "Soul, mind, intellect." Not in popularity charts.

Form of Hugo. Derived fr. Latin, Old French, Old German. "Soul, mind, intellect." Rather unusual as a boys' name, Ugo occurs more often as a surname.

Root fr. Italian word. "A thinker." Ugo is not in the Top 2000.

Stems fr. Native American Indian word. "Deep valley." Ukiah is infrequently used as a men's name. See also Uriah.

Form of Albert. Source fr. Old English. "Noble, bright." Ulbricht is a rare male name, appearing commonly (UPPER 28%) as a last name.

From Old German word. "Wolf." Rare. Ulf is not found in the US Demographics.

Origin fr. Irish, Gaelic. "Little William." Not in popularity charts. See also Alick.

Source fr. Norse word. "Glory." Ull was not a Top birth name in 2018.

Ulrick1, Ulrich1, Ullrich
Forms of Alaric. Stems fr. Old German word. "Noble, regal ruler." Compare last names Ulich, Uldrich.

Ulmer, var. Ulmar, Ullmar
Derivative of Old English element. "Fame of the wolf." Ulmer, Ullmar and Ulmar are barely found as given names, and Ulmer exists often (UPPER 3%) as a surname.

Ulric, var. Ulrik, Ulrick2, Ulrich2, Udo2, Ullric
Derivative of English, Old German words. "Power of the wolf." Not in Top 2000.

Ulysses and variants

Ulysses, var. Ulisse, Ulises
Derived fr. Latin, Greek elements. Variant of the Greek name Odysseus .. Ulysses and Ulises are more commonplace as boys' names compared to Ulisse.

Quick Reference

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

1. Ubadah - Ulysses
Ubadah, Uberto, Hubert [Uberto, Ulberto], Udayan, Udell [Udel, Udall, Udale], Udi, Udo, Udolf [Udolph, Udolfo], Hugh [Ugo, Ugolin], Hugo [Ugo], Ugo, Ukiah, Albert [Ulbricht], Ulf, Ulick, Ull, Alaric [Ulrick, Ulrich, Ullrich], Ulmer [Ulmar, Ullmar], Ulric [Udo, Ulrik, Ulrick, Ulrich, Ullric], Ulysses [Ulisse, Ulises]

Umar [Umer], Umber [Umbro], Humbert [Umberto], Umberto, Umed, Umi [Umee], Uncas, Indio [Undeio], Unwin [Unwyn, Unwinn], Updike [Updyke], Upshaw, Upton, Upwood, Urban [Urbane, Urbano, Urbain, Urbanus, Urbaine], Uri, Uriah [Uri, Uria, Urija, Urias, Uriyah, Urijah], Uriel, Urso [Ursus, Ursel, Ursins, Ursino, Ursinus], Orson [Urson], Usamah

Usher [Ussher], Uther, Uziah [Uzziah], Uziel [Uzziel, Uzziah]

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