Boy Names of Breton language or origin

Breton names for baby boys, with 73 entries. Breton names are somewhat popular baby names for boys. At the height of their usage in 1972, 2.975% of baby boys were given Breton names. There were 6 Breton names ranked within the top 1000 baby names then. Breton names have since experienced a decline in frequency, and are of only occasional use now. In 2018, 6 Breton names listed among the top 1000, with a combined usage of 0.378%. Within all Breton names, the Breton, English, German, and Scottish Alan was the most commonly used, with a ranking of #172 and a usage of 0.1163%.


rampart ...The origin of Ael is the Breton language ... a rarely used baby name for boys ...
little rock, harmony, peace ... used chiefly in the Breton, English, ... a classic favorite ...
stone, bear, disciple, prince, chief ... used predominantly in the Breton and ...
breton ... largely used in the English language and ... first name is derived from the surname, which ...
strength, power, force ... used predominantly in the English, ... name was widely used in Ireland because of ...
armed warrior ... language of origin is Breton ... a rarely used baby name for boys ...
from the castle tower, from the ... its origins in the Breton, Germanic, Irish ... variant form of Carl ...
from the castle tower, from the ... its origins in the Breton, Germanic, Irish ... variant of Carl ...
from the castle tower, from the ... used predominantly in the English, ... variant of Carlin ...
from the castle tower, from the ... its origins in the Breton, Germanic, Irish ... derivative of Carl ...
from the castle tower, from the ... derived from Breton, Germanic, Irish Gaelic, ...
from the castle tower, from the ... derived from Breton, Germanic, Irish ... variant of Carl ...
from the castle tower, from the ... primarily used in English and its ... seldom used as a baby name for boys ...
from the castle tower, from the ... its origins in the Breton, Germanic, Irish ... form of Carl ...
from the castle tower, from the ... origin is Breton, Germanic, Irish Gaelic, and ... variant form of Carl ...
man, free man, from the castle tower, from the island fort, small champion, settlement of free men, peasant settlement ...
from the castle tower, from the ... an English name of Breton origin ... variant of Carlisle ...
from the castle tower, from the ... its origins in the Breton, Germanic, Irish ... derivative of Carl ...
from the castle tower, from the ... derived from Breton, Germanic, Irish ... variant of Carl ...
from the castle tower, from the ... origin of Caroly is Breton, Germanic, Irish ... variant of Carl ...
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