Etymology of Baby Boy Names
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brad - "broad"
Old English origin - Bradford, Bradley, Broderick
brom - "broom, brambles"
Old English origin - Bramwell, Brandon, Branton
bryn - "hill"
Old English origin - Brent
Welsh origin - Bryn, Brynmor
mawr - "large"
Welsh origin - Brynmor, Gwynfor, Trevor
gaudere - "to rejoice"
Latin origin - Caio, Gaudenz, Kai
kalos - "fair, beautiful, handsome"
Old Greek origin - Calimero, Callisto, Kaloyan
car - "love"
Welsh origin - Caradog, Carwyn, Ceri
karmel - "fruit garden, fruitful land"
Hebrew origin - Carmelo, Karmel
Hebrew-Latin origin - Carmine
cath - "warrior, battle"
Celtic origin - Cathal, Cathán, Duncan
chandra - "moon"
Sanskrit origin - Chand, Chandrakant, Ramachandra
Chukwu - "God"
African-Igbo origin - Chukwubuikem, Chukwudi, Chukwuma
clif - "cliff, riverbank, slope"
Old English origin - Clifford, Clifton, Clive
kol - "coal, black"
Old English origin - Colby, Cole, Colton
ceann - "head"
Celtic origin - Conn, Duncan, Kennedy
kyrios - "lord"
Old Greek origin - Cyriacus, Cyril, Cyrus
daman - "to tame, to subdue, to kill"
Latin origin - Damasus
Old Greek origin - Damian, Damon
darragh - "oak, oak tree"
Celtic origin - Dara, Dubhdara, Mac Dara
del - "of the"
Old French origin - Del, Delroy
Spanish origin - Delmar
roi - "king"
Celtic origin - Roy
French origin - Leroy
Old French origin - Delroy
ham - "home, house"
Old English origin - Denham, Gershom, Graham