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480 Baby boy names with two syllables

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5AbelBreath; son; breathing spirit. In the Old Testament, Abel was the son of Adam and Eve who was killed by his brother Cain in a fit of jealousy.
6AbrahánVariant of Abraham: Father of many.
7Abramfather of many nations
8Achielhero of the Trojan War
9AdamRed, a reference to either the red skin or the red earth of Eden from which the Old Testament Adam was created in Genesis 2. Famous bearer: 7th century Irish St Adamnan, meaning 'little adam', was the biographer of St Columba.
10AdanVariant of Adam 'From the red earth.'.
11AdelNoble, Kind
12AdhémarNoted fighter
14AdolfVariant of Adolph: Noble wolf.
16AdorjánPerson From Hadria (Northern Italy)
17Adricoming from or resident of Adria
18AdrianFrom the Latin Hadrianus meaning of Adria or of the Adriatic sea region. Pope Adrian IV was a 12 century British Pope who became popular in the 1980s when Sue Townsend published 'The Secret Diary of Adrian Mole'.
19AhmadHighly praised or one who constantly thanks God
20AibelThe name Aibel mostly came up for men in England and Wales. This is a rare given name. This name of Aibel has made you serious-minded, responsible, and stable.
21Aicodull black, dark
22AidanLittle fire, ardent. Aidan was popular in Ireland in the 7th century after the famous Irish monk Aidan, and was revived in the early 19th century. It is used as a female name as well.
23AidenLittle Fire
24Aimanbeauty of the moon
25AinsleyDerived from the Brittish Nottinghamshire place name of Annesley. From Ann's meadow. From the awe inspiring one's meadow.
26AirenMountain of strength
27AladárHungarian form of Aladdin, one Arab. name meaning 'servant of Allah. " Found in Dubbeldam.
29Albertbeautifully by noble behavior
30AldenVariant of Aldwyn: From the Old English Ealdwine meaning old friend. A common name in the Middle Ages. Also wise friend, or from the old manor.
31AldoOriginally an Old German name meaning old. Popular in Italy and among North American families of Italian descent. Aldo was an 8th century saint. Old or wise.
32AlecOriginally a diminutive of Alexander, now frequently used as an independent name, Alec became very popular in the middle of the 20th century because of British actor Sir Alec Guinness.
33AlfieEleven counsel
34AliNoble, Sublime
37AllieDiminutive of Alan: Harmony, stone, or noble. Also fair, handsome. Originally a saint's name, it was reintroduced to Britain during the Norman Conquest, remained popular throughout the Middle Ages, and was revived in the 19th century.
38AlvaroTruth-speaker or guardian.
39AlvinWise friend. From the Old English Aetheiwine, and also Aefwine, both meaning noble friend. Various forms of Alvin in use after the Norman Conquest became surnames, and also first names.
43AmosStrong; carried; brave. Amos was an 8th century B.C. Old Testament prophet.
44AndiDiminutive of Andrew: Brave; Manly. Famous Bearer: Prince Andrew.
45Andreasmanlike, manly, brave
46Andreimanlike, manly, brave
47AndrewManly; brave. In the Bible the first of the twelve apostles chosen was Andrew. The name comes from the Greek word andros, which means "strong, manly and courageous." Andrew is patron saint of Scotland and Russia. See also Jedrick and Kendrick.
48AndyDiminutive of Andrew: Manly. From the Greek Andrew. Has long been a popular Scottish name, because St. Andrew is the Patron Saint of Scotland after whom the town of St Andrews was named.
49AngusUnnaturally strong; singular; only choice. Scots Celtic god Angus Og helped his people with his wisdom and intelligence. The Aberdeen Angus is a Scottish breed of black cattle.
52AnumGhanian name given to the fifth born child.
53ArchieA popular diminutive of Archibald, meaning true and bold, valuable. Famous bearers: a ventriloquist's dummy in the radio programme 'Educating Archie'; a philisophical cockroach created by American writer Don Marquis.
54Ariecoming from or resident of Adria
55ArielSprite; lion of God. A biblical alternate name for Jerusalem. Name of a prankish spirit in Shakespeare's The Tempest.
56ArisOriginating from Adria (near Venice) or dull black / dark or male / Dapper
57ArjunWhite, Clear
58ArkoHe who reigns as an eagle, from Adria or dull black / dark
59ArmandArmy man; soldier. Famous Bearer: romantic actor Armand Assante.
60ArneHe who reigns as an Eagle
61ArnieDiminutive of Arnold: The eagle rules; strong as an eagle. Famous Bearer: Movie star and producer/directer Arnold Schwarzennegger.
62ArnoldHe who reigns as an Eagle
63AronVariant of Aaron: Lofty; exalted; high mountain.
64ArthurFrom the Roman clan name Artorius, meaning noble, courageous. Famous bearer: Legendary sixth century King Arthur of Britain and his Round Table of knights. This legend dates to the early 9th century.
66AsaPhysician. Asa was the name of an Old Testament king of Judah, and after disuse, the name was revived by 17th century Puritans. Famous bearer: historian Asa Briggs.Healer.
67AshleyLives in the ash tree grove. Derived from a surname and place name based on the Old English word for ash wood. Famous bearer: Ashley, the male character in Margaret Mitchell's popular 'Gone with the Wind'. Both a male and female name.
68Aubreypresiding over otherworldly beings
69Augustwho is praised
73AxelMy Father Is Peace
75AymanHoly, Right-hand Worker
76BaileyCourtyard within castle walls; steward or public official. Surname or given name.
77BarryFair haired. Also from the Irish word for spear. Used regurarly throughout the English-speaking world since the early 20th century.
79Benjaminson of happiness
80BennettVariant of Benedict, meaning blessed, from the Old French. Became a common British surname after being introduced to Britian during the Norman Conquest.
81Bennieson of happiness
82Bennyson of happiness
84Bernardstrong and brave as a bear
87BillieDiminutive of William: Will-helmet. Famous Bearers: poet and playwright William Shakespeare (1564-1616) and William Wordsworth (1770-1850).
88BillyDiminutive of William: Will-helmet. Famous Bearers: poet and playwright William Shakespeare (1564-1616) and William Wordsworth (1770-1850).
89Bobbybeautifully by fame
92BradenFrom The Wide Valley
93BradleyBroad clearing in the wood. From a surname and place name based on the Old English words for broad clearing and broad wood. Famous Bearer: Movie star Brad (Bradley) Pitt.
94BrandonDerived from a surname and place name based on the Old English for 'hill covered with broom'. Broom is a prolific weed. Also, 'From the beacon hill'.
95BraydenBroad hillside.
96BrendanPrince. Some scholars believe Brendan means 'stinking hair' Famous bearer: 6th century Irish abbot St Brendan founded a monastery at Clonfert in County Galway; then is said to have sailed across the Atlantic on a voyage of discovery.
97BrendenPrince; smelly hair. Variant of Brendan.
102CalebMeaning dog, or bold. Famous bearer: Caleb was one of twelve Islaelite leaders sent by Moses to explore the Promised Land.
103CalvinBald. Famous Bearers: Early 20th century American President Coolidge; fashion designer Calvin Klein.
105CarltonPeasants' settlement. Derived from a surname and place name; based on Old English.Free men's town.
106CaryStream. Cary became a popular masculine first name in mid-2Oth century because of actor Cary Grant, whose real name was Archibald Leach.
107CaseyFrom a polish word meaning 'Proclamation of peace.' A diminutive of Casirnir, Cassandra, or Catherine. Popularized as a boy's name by the American folk song 'Casey Jones'.
109CedricCedric was a character in Sir Walter Scott's 1819 novel Ivanhoe. Possibly derived from a misspelling of Cerdic, a 6th-century king of Wessex, or from the Welsh Cedrych, meaning bounty-pattern.
110Charliea non-noble freeman
111ChesterFrom an English surname and place name, but ultimately based on the Latin 'castra' meaning camp. Famous people: American president Chester A. Arthur.
112ChrétienAnointed, bearer of Christ
115ClarenceFrom the surname and place name Clare, meaning bright or clear. Famous bearers: George, Duke of Clarence, brother of King Edward IV and King Richard III, who is traditionally believed to have drowned in Malmsey wine.
116ClaytonDerived from a surname and place name, based on the Old English 'claeg' meaning clay and 'tun' meaning settlement. Also, mortal.
117CliffordFord near a slope. From an Old English surname and place name, used commonly as a first name since the late 19th century. Famous bearer: pianist Sir Clifford Curzon.
118CliftonSettlement on a cliff. From an Old English surname and place name, used only occasionally as a first name.
119ClintonSettlement on a hill, or from the headland estate. From an Old English surname and place name.
121ColbyOne who has dark hair.
122ColinA variant of Nicholas, which means 'people's victory', from a French diminutive.
123CollinVariant of Colin: Of a triumphant people; young boy.
124Conniesteadfast and persevering
125ConnorStrong willed or wise 'Hound-lover.' Also from the Irish 'Coachuhhar', meaning high desire. Famous bearers: In Irish mythology Connor was an early king of Ulster.; 20th century Irish diplomat Conor Cruise O'Brien.
127CoryFrom the round hill.
128CourtneyFrom the court, or short nose. From the surname of the aristocratic Courtenay family, based on the Old French word meaning short nose.
129CristianAnointed, bearer of Christ
130CurtisFrom a surname derived from the Old French 'curteis' meaning courteous..
132CyrilMaster; lord.
135DaniMy judge is God, Near, near
136DanielGod is my judge
137DannyGod is my judge
138DanteA diminutive of Durante, the Italian form of Durand meaning enduring. Famous bearer: The poet Dante Alighieri wrote 'The Divine Comedy' with its graphic description of medieval Hell known as 'Dante's Inferno.'.
139DarrellFrom a French surname and place name meaning 'Open.' Dates back to the eleventh century as both surname and given name.
141DarrylDarling, from the Old english 'deorling'. Also a variant of Darrell.
142DarylFrom a French surname and place name meaning 'Open.' Dates back to the eleventh century as both surname and given name.
143DavidDavid is a both used as a male given name and a surname, and is mostly a given name in English and French Hebrew origin. The name was derived from the Hebrew name "Dawid", which means "Darling" or "Beloved". David is often shortened to "Dave/Davey/Davie/Davy". David was the second and greatest of the kings of Israel in the 10th century BC.
144DejanGod is reconciling
145Denisagriculture, fertility, nature and wine
149DevanVariant of the English county name Devon.
150DevinDevotees of Dumnonos
151DevonA county in England noted for beautiful farmland.
152Diegohe heel grip
153DonaldGreat cheif, world mighty. From the Gaelic Domhnall. The name Donald has been borne by a number of early Scottish kings. Famous Bearers: Billionaire Donald Trump; actor Donald Sutherland.
154DouglasFrom the Gaelic 'dubhglas' meaning dark water, dark stream, or from the dark river. The Scottish Douglas clan had two historical branches: (Black Douglases and Red Douglases.) The lords of these clans figure in Sir Walter Scott's novels.
157DuncanFrom the Irish name Donnchadh, meaning brown warrior. Famous bearer: The Scottish king Duncan I was murdered by Macbeth in 1040.
158DustinA fighter. Famous bearer: American actor Dustin Hoffman.
160DylanSon of the wave, born near the sea, influence. Famous bearers: Welsh poet Dylan Thomas, American folk singer Bob Dylan.
162Eddiewealth, guardian of the property
163EdgarFortunate and powerful. From the Old English name Eadgar, a compound of 'ead' meaning rich or happy, and 'gar' meaning spear. Famous bearer: 10th-century king Edgar of England; American author Edgar Allen Poe.
165Edwardwealth, guardian of the property
166Edwinrich friend
167EelcoNobility, noble
168EliHigh, ascended, or 'my God'. Famous bearer: The Old Testament priest Eli cared for the prophet Samuel when Samuel was a child.
171EltonFrom the old town. A surname and place name. Famous bearer: Elton John.
172ElvisElf-wise friend. Variant of Alvin. Made famous by singer and actor Elvis Presley.
174EmmettMale variant of Emma; a premedieval girl's given name.
177Ericruler of the Law
178ErickComplete ruler
179Erikruler of the Law
180Erjandull black, dark
181ErnestSerious, determined. Earnestness or vigor, from the Old German Ernust.
182ErvinPerson From Irvine, Scotland
183ErwinVariant of Irwin: Boar friend. Sea friend.
185EthanStrong. Constancy. Famous bearer: Ethan Allen, soldier in the American War of Independence.
187EvaanGod's grace
188Evanthe archer
190FabianDerived from the Roman clan name Fabius; a name given several Roman emperors and 16 saints.
193Fennesecurity, courageous protector
194Fennosecurity, courageous protector
195Foekepeople, soldiers
196Foppegorgeous, shiny, radiant
197FrankieDiminutive of Frank: A diminutive of the Latin Francis, meaning Frenchman or free one. Famous bearer: American singer Frank Sinatra.
198FranklinFree man
199FreddieDiminutive of Frederic: From the Old German name Frithuric, meaning peaceful ruler.
201GabrielMan of God. God's able-bodied one. Famous bearer: The archangel Gabriel, who appears several times in the Bible.
202GaétanOne from Gaeta, a town in Italy
204GarryDiminutive of Garret: Hard or bold spear. An Irish variant of the German Gerard, based on medieval pronunciation. Famous bearer: Irish statesman Garret FitzGerald.
205GaryStrong with the spear
206GavinA Scottish derivative of the Old German name Gawin, meaning 'district of land'. Also a variant of the Scottish name Gawain, meaning little hawk or white hawk.
208GeoffreyPeace of God
209Georgeeditor of the Earth
210Geraldruler with the iron spear
211GerardStrong with the spear
212Gerbrechtfamous with the spear
213GiaGod is gracious. Variant of Jane.
214GilbertBright pledge. From the Old German name Gisilbert. Famous bearer: Twelfth century British St. Gilbert founded the Gilbertine order, Sir W. S. Gilbert was half of the musical composing team Gilbert and Sullivan.
215GinoItalian form of Louis 'famous' Abbreviation of names like Gian and Giovanni.
216GordonFrom the marshes. A surname and given name adopted from a Scottish place name. One of Scotland's great clans.
218GrahamThis Scottish surname is a variant of the Lincolnshire place name Grantham, meaning Grant's homestead, and is also a common given name. Famous bearer: British writer Graham Greene.
219GriffinFrom Gryphon - A Fabled Monster
220HarleyFrom Old English hare wood (or meadow). From the hare's meadow.
221Haroldruler King
222Harryruler King
223HarveyFrom Celtic words for battle, strong, worthy, and ardent. Used commonly during the middle ages.
225Hendrikruler King
226Henryruler King
227Herbertheer, army
229HoraceVariant of Horatio: Timekeeper. Derived from the Roman clan name Horatius. The close friend of Hamlet in Shakespeare's tragedy.
231HubertBright; intelligent.
232Hugothinking mind, wise
233Huibrechtgorgeous, shiny, radiant
234HunterSearcher, especially for game
236IanYahweh is gracious
238IraObservant, heir
239IrvinVariant of Ervin: Beautiful.
240IrvingFrom the City. Friend, as a variant of Irvin.
241IsaacHe laughs. Laughter. The only son born to Abraham and his wife Sarah (in the Old Testament). Famous Bearers: British scientist Sir Isaac Newton (1642-1727) and the great violinist Itzhak Perlman.
242IsaäkHe will laugh
243IschaHe (God) may laugh, Yahweh is good / Yahweh is salvation
245JacksonGod has been gracious; has shown favor. Based on John or Jacques.
246Jacobhe heel grip
247Jacqueshe heel grip
248JadenJehovah has heard. A Biblical name.
250JanouYahweh is gracious
251Jaricoming from or resident of Adria
252JarnoThis is probably a fancy name. It is the name of a character in Goethe's novel "Wilhelm Meisters Wander Jahre" (1821). Also Finnish neogenesis of Jarmo, Jermo (a form of Jeremiah).
255Jasonto heal. Jason is a character of Greek mythology
257Javiernew home
258Jaydena contemporary spelling variant of the given name Jadon.
259JeffreyDerived from one of three Old German names, meaning district, traveler, or peaceful pledge. Famous bearer: Geoffrey Plantagenet was father to King Henry II; Geoffrey Cbaucer wrote 'The Canterbury Tales'.
260JeftaHeb. "He (God) opened" or "May He open. One of the judges of Israel (Judges 11.12). Vondel wrote about the history of Jephthah his famous tragedy of this name.
261Jellevalue, payment, retribution, sacrifice
262JelmerRenowned for nobility
263Jeltevalue, payment, retribution, sacrifice
264Jeroenwith a holy name
265Jerryruler with the iron spear
267JesperTreasure holder
268JibranOld Arabic name
269JimmieSomeone who grasps by the heel or supplanter
270Jimmyson of Demeter
271JinseSee Ine and Ene
272JohanYahweh is gracious
273JohannesYahweh is gracious
274JohnnyYahweh is gracious
275JonasDove. Variant of Hebrew Jonah.
276Jordanearth, land
277Jorgefarmer or husbandman
278JorickFriend ever, Country Worker
279JorikFriend of the ever
282JosephMay the Lord add
283JoshuaYahweh is salvation
284JuanYahweh is gracious
285JulianThe young man, dedicated to Jupiter
287Karelmeans the same as guy
290KelvinRiver man. From Old English words 'ship' and 'friend'. Famous Bearer: British physicist Lord Kelvin (1824-1907).
291KennethHandsome. Root of the surname MacKenzie. Famous Bearer: Kenneth Grahame (1859- 1932), author of The Wind in the Willows.
292KennyDiminutive of Kenneth: Handsome.
294KevinKevin is a male name of Gealic/Irish origin. On of the earliest people who carried the name was Saint Kevin, although it is not a biblical name.Kevin in Irish is: Caoimhghín. Caoimhghín comes from the Irish caomh which means: "kind, honest, handsome".
295Kylenarrow (le passage)
296Larrythe award-winning
297Laurencethe award-winning
298Lawrencethe award-winning
299LéandreStrong and brave as a lion
301Leonardlion, hard
302LeroyThe King (from 'le roi'). Originally a surname, it is now more common as a first name.
303LeslieScottish surname and place name. From Leslie.
304LeviAttached or pledged. Joined. Levi: third of Jacob's 12 sons, he became father of the tribe that was assigned priestly duties.
306Liamwith the will as strong as a helmet
307LindsayFrom the island of the lime tree. Although in the past, Lindsay was a common boys' name, today it is used more often for girls.
308LindseyVariant of Lindsay: From the island of the lime tree. Although in the past, Lindsay was a common boys' name, today it is used more often for girls.
309LinusFlax Colored
310LoganFinnian's servant.
312LorenVariant of Lorin: Variant of Laurence: From the place of laurel trees. Famous Bearer: conductor Lorin Maazel (born 1930).
313Louisglorious war hero
315Lucafrom Lucania, light
316Lucasfrom Lucania, light
317LyleThe island or from the island. From Old French 'L'isle'.
318MaartenThe little warrior
319MaicoMkracht, strength
321ManuelGod is with us
322MarcelDedicated to Mars, Roman god of war, warrior
323Marcoson of Mars
324Marcusson of Mars
327MarvinVariant of Mervyn: Form of Merlin: From the sea fortress.
328MasonWorker in stone. Surname.
330MatthewGift of the Lord
331MauriceMoor, inhabitant of Mauritania
333MaxwellMagnus' spring. Mac's well. Surname and place name.
335Mennopower, strength
336MeraalFrom Lamoraal?
337MerijnAppears in Ontario
339MicahVariant of Michael: Who is like God? Gift from God.
340MichaHebrew for "Who is like God"
341MichaelThe name Michael is usually used for males and can be changed to Michèle, Michelle, Michaela, Mechelle, Micheline, and Michaelle for female or even Mychal for either male or female. Michael is a Hebrew name meaning "Who is like God?". In English, it is shortened as Mike, Mikey, Mickey or Mick.
342MichaëlThe name Michael is usually for males and can be changed to Michèle, Michelle, Michaela, Mechelle, Micheline, and Michaelle for females or even Mychal for either male or female. Michael is a Hebrew name meaning "Who is like God?". In English it can be shortened as Mike, Mikey, Mickey or Mick.
344MichelHebrew for "Who is like God"
346MiguelHebrew for "Who is like God"
348MikaWho is like God
349Milanlove fame
350Milesshapely, clean
351MitchellWho is like God
353MojizStrange, miraculously
355MorrisMoor, inhabitant of Mauritania
356MounirBrilliant, brilliant
359NardusStrong or brave as a bear, strong or brave as a lion or strong by grace
361NathanGift from God
363NelsonSon of the Champion. Famous Bearer: South African President Nelson Mandela (born 1918).
364Neneservice, grace
365NiallVariant of Neill: Champion. A dynasty of Irish kings was founded by Niall of the Nine Hostages.
367NicoConqueror of the people
368Nicolasvictor by the people, loved by all
369NigelVariant of Neill: Champion. A dynasty of Irish kings was founded by Niall of the Nine Hostages.
370NikaBringing Victory
372Nivardguardian, guardian, protector
373NolanDescendent Of The Famous One
374NormanMan from the North. Vikings that settled in France were called Normans (hence the Normandy region of France).
378OnnoThe generous
380OwenYoung warrior. Also can be a variant of Eugene: Well-born.
382ParisThe French capital.
383PatrickPatrick is a given name for boys. It comes from a Latin name "Patricius" meaning "nobleman". It is popular because of Saint Patrick in Irish history, so there are more people who use the name in Ireland. There are variations of this name like Padraic, Pádraig, Pat, Rick, Ricky and Patricia.
385PercyDiminutive of Percival: Pierces the valley.
386PerryStone / unshakable rock, Reliable
388PhilipHorses friend
389PhillipFond of horses. One of the biblical 12 apostles.
391RafaelGod has healed.
394RavicSon of Ra, son of the Sun
395Raymondprotection, guardian
400Richardpowerful, strong army
404RileyDescendant Of Roghallach
406RobertRobert is a masculine given name and surname. It is a Germanic name, from Old High German Hrodebert which means "bright with glory". Hruod means "fame, glory". Berht means "bright".
407Robinbeautifully by fame
411Rogerfamous with the spear
412Rolandbrave, brave
413RomanA citizen of Rome
414RonaldGuides, ruler
415Ronniegood ruler
416RoryRed. Sixteenth-century rebel chief Rory O'More is celebrated in Irish poetry.
417RudyAbbreviation of Rudolph: Famed wolf.
419Samuelthe heard by God
421SarelDude, man, man free
422SennaThe Senna Plant
423Sephtiseternal death
424ShelbyFrom the manor house 'Willow farm.' English surname used more for girls than boys given names.
425SheldonFrom the shield farm; flat-topped hill; steep-sided valley.
426ShilohThe one to whom it belongs. In the Bible Shiloh is a prophetic name for the Messiah; Also Shiloh is significant as the site of a crucial battle in the American Civil War.
427Shubhamauspicious or lucky
428SidneyWide Island: south of the water. This name has recently become popular for girls as well as boys. Famous Bearer: actor Sidney Poitier.
429SilasVariant of Sylvanus from a Greek name meaning 'forest; woods.' In the bible Silas was a missionary companion of Paul and Timothy.
430SkylarA spelling variation of the surname Schuyler.
431SkylerPhonetic spelling of Schuyler.
432SpencerKeeper of provisions. Famous Bearer: actor Spencer Tracy (1900-1967).
433StacyProductive. Abbreviation of Eustace.
434StanleyStony field; lives by the stony grove.
435StefanCrown; wreath. Variant of Stephen.
436StephenStephen is a male name. It comes from the Greek name "Stephanos or Stéfanos" meaning "wreath, crown, honour, reward"
437Steve(Win) wreath
438StevenVariant of Stephen 'Crown; wreath.'.
439StuartSteward. Stuart and Stewart are clan names of the royal house of Scotland; Stuart is the family name of many kings of England. Surname.
440SydneyVariant of Sidney: From Saint-Denis (place name). This name has recently become popular for girls as well as boys.
442TerenceOld form of the Roman clan name Terrance.
443TerrenceRoman clan name.
444TerryAbbreviation of Terrance and Terrell. Terry is also an Anglicized phonetic form of the French given name Thierry from an older Germanic name meaning 'powerful; ruler of the people.'.
446ThomasThomas is a male given name. It was formed from a Greek word of the Aramaic name "Ta'oma'" meaning "twin". After Saint Thomas Becket, it became popular in England. This name also has some female versions such as Thomasina, Tamsyn, Tamsin, Tasmina, Tasmino, Thomaida/Thomais, or Tammy.
448TiagoSaint James
450TijmenMan of the people
451TobyGod is my good
452TommyDerives from Thomas 'Twin.'.
454Tracywoman working at harvest
455TravisCrossing; crossroads; toll gate. In use as both a surname and a first name. Famous Bearers: American country music stars Randy Travis and Travis Tritt.
457TristanTumult; outcry. From the Celtic name Tristan. In Arthurian legend Tristan was a Knight of the Round Table and tragic hero of the medieval tale Tristram and Isolde.
458TuanChivalrous Lord, Gentlemanly
459Tygo(Good) fate, luck
461TyroneFrom Owen's territory. County Tyrone in Ireland. The late actor Tyrone Power.
462VernonAlder tree grove. Aristocratic surname brought to England at the time of the Norman conquest.
464Virgilthe youthful
466WallaceWelshman; stranger. Famous Bearer: Scottish hero Sir William Wallace (executed in 1305).Welshman; stranger.
467Walterruler of the army
468WarrenProtector; loyal. Famous Bearrer: Actor Warren Beatty.
469WayneCraftsman; wagon-wright; wagon driver. Famous Bearer: U.S. Actor John Wayne (1907-1979).
470WendellWanderer. Famous Bearer: American writer Sir Oliver Wendell Holmes.
471WesleyFrom the west meadow. John and Charles Wesley were the founders of Methodism.
472Wilbertruler of the army
473Willemwith the will as strong as a helmet
475WynandBrave in battle
476XanderProtector of men
477Xaviernew home
479YpeComing from Frisian names


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