Boy Names that Contain "ber"

"ber" names for baby boys, with 679 entries. "ber" names are somewhat popular baby names for boys. At the height of their usage in 1913, 2.617% of baby boys were given "ber" names. There were 24 "ber" names ranked within the top 1000 baby names then. "ber" names have since experienced a steep decline in frequency, and are of only occasional use now. In 2018, 3 "ber" names listed among the top 1000, with a combined usage of 0.092%. Within all "ber" names, the Czech, Dutch, English, French, German, Hungarian, Scandinavian, and Scottish Robert was the most commonly used, with a ranking of #71 and a usage of 0.2665%.


first son ...The origin of Abercio is the Old Greek language ... not popular as a baby boy name ...
crooked confluence ... used predominantly in the Scottish ... not frequently used as a baby boy ...
father of a multitude ... of Hebrew origin and it is ... variation of Abraham ...
from the apple tree meadow ... origin is Old English, and its use, English ... origin is Germanic ...
from the apple tree meadow ... language of origin is Old English and it is used ... derivative of Aberle ...
reddish brown ...The origin of Abern is English ... variant of Auburn ... rarely used as a baby name for boys ...
river's beginning ...has its origins in the Scottish language ... form of Abernethy ...
reddish brown ...The origin of Aberne is the English language ... variant of Auburn ...
river's beginning ...The origin of Abernethy is the Scottish language ... not popular as a baby name for boys ...
nobly famous ... has its origins in the Germanic language ... variant transcription of Albert ...
brilliant strength ... origin is Germanic ... rarely used as a baby name for boys ...
village ... language of origin is Germanic ... not often used as a baby boy name ...
noble bear ... used chiefly in German and its origin ... not widely used as a baby name for ...
nobly famous ... mainly used in the Dutch, German, and ... Its language of origin is Germanic ...
nobly famous ... language of origin is Germanic ... predominantly used in Spanish, Italian, and ...
nobly famous ... language of origin is Germanic, and it is used ... variation of Adalbert ...
famous for the sword ...The origin of Agberto is the Germanic language ... not frequently used as a baby boy ...
famous sword from combat ...The origin of Agilberto is Germanic ... unusual as a baby boy name ...
famous sword from combat ... has its origins in the Germanic ... variation of Agilberto ...
nobly famous ... largely used in the English language ... variant transcription of Albert ...
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