There are 9 European names for baby boys.
European names are somewhat popular baby names for boys. At the height of their usage in 1932, 2.909% of baby boys were given European names. There were 2 European names ranked within the top 1000 baby names then. European names have since experienced a decline in frequency, and in recent years they are of only occasional use. In 2011, 2 European names listed among the top 1000, with a combined usage of 0.359%. Within all European names, the English and French Charles was the most commonly used, with a ranking of #62 and a usage of 0.3427%.
|Apollo|| to destroy; strength ... ultimately be of Indo-European origin ... |
|Charles 62 || man, free man ... as well as eastern European forms such as Karel or ... |
|Cyril || of the lord ... popular with Eastern European Christians ... |
|Leif || heir, descendent ... was possibly the first European to set foot in North ... |
|Marinus|| of the sea; Mars; male, manly, virile; sea; war-like, dedicated to Mars; gleaming ...|
|Marquis 697 || marquis; war-like, dedicated to ... is also used in various European monarchies. ... |
|Theodoric|| ruler of the people ... widely celebrated in European folklore, thereby ... |
|Tor|| thunder, thunder god; peace, beautiful, ... is ultimately of Indo-european origin ... |
|Zeev|| wolf ... as a translation of European names of the same ... |