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Boy Names related to Winning

Winning names for baby boys, with 9 entries. Winning names are somewhat popular as baby boy names. At the peak of their usage in 1914, 0.407% of baby boys were given Winning names. The names have dropped in popularity since then, and in recent times they are used on a modest scale. In 2016, 4 Winning names listed among the top 1000, with a total usage of 0.373%, experiencing a small resurgence in the recent decade. Out of all Winning names, the Dutch, English, French, and Scandinavian Vincent was the most regularly used, with a ranking of #104 and a usage of 0.1895%.


Akiva Yahweh may protect; holder of heel; ... origin and use are both in the Hebrew ...

Ashley ash wood ... used chiefly in the English language and its ... unusual as a baby name for boys ...

Atticus from Attica ... used mostly in English and it is of Latin ... meaning 'from Attica', was the nickname of ...

Grant great ... largely used in the English and Scottish ... (1822-1885), who was a general in the Civil War ...

Jaisukh joy of winning ... origin is Sanskrit ... rare as a baby boy name ...

Jethro excellence, abundance ... used chiefly in the English language and its ... an unusual baby name for boys ...

Nelson son of Neil, son of Nell; champion, ... a Dutch and English name of Celtic and ... a classic favorite ...

Ocean ocean ... derived from English origins ... also known as the name given by Oscar-winning ...

Vincent winning, conquering; to win, to ... largely used in the Dutch, English, French, ... a classic favorite ...

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