Boy Names of Continental theme

Continental names for baby boys, related also with europe with 30 entries. Continental names are very popular baby names for boys. At the height of their usage in 1901, 12.845% of baby boys were given Continental names. There were 21 Continental names ranked within the top 1000 baby names then. Continental names have since experienced a decline in frequency, but are nonetheless used on a very heavy scale now. In 2018, 15 Continental names listed among the top 1000, with a combined usage of 3.262%. Within all Continental names, the Dutch, English, German, Hungarian, and Slavic Alexander was the most commonly used, with a ranking of #11 and a usage of 0.6216%.

pain, lipless ... an English, German, and Latinized ... name is of disputed origin, it could be ...
used chiefly in the Slavic language and ... name is common among people in South Eastern ...
little rock, harmony, peace ... used chiefly in the Breton, English, ... popular as a baby name for boys ...
nobly famous, white ... largely used in the Irish, Dutch, ... Old German Adalbert was shortened to Albert ...
defender of men ... a Dutch, English, German, Hungarian, ... name was first borne by Paris the prince ...
lion, best, excellent ... of Hebrew origin and it is also used ... name has been associated with the Yiddish ...
little father ... origin is Gothic, and its use, Hungarian ... name was borne by Attila the Hun (406-453), ...
royal, kingly, valiant, brave ... used mostly in Arabic, Czech, English, ... Basil the Great was a well known ...
declaration of peace, destroyer ... used predominantly in the English and ... the name was interpreted as ...
Christian, follower of Christ ... used chiefly in the English, French, ... very popular as a baby name for ...
crow, talkative person, war horn ... used chiefly in the English and French ... use of the name is however an ...
bear, to whisper, beloved, favorite, ... used predominantly in the English and ... diminutive form of David ...
wealthy guard, protector of wealth ... largely used in the English, German, ... ranked at #130 then ...
guardian of riches ... used chiefly in the English and Polish ... name survived the Norman Conquest and was ...
my God is Yahweh ... largely used in the English, Finnish, ... name is used as the Greek cognate of Elijah ...
well born, noble ... an English and French name of Old Greek ... name in its various forms has been borne by ...
Frenchman, free one ... used predominantly in the English ... name owes its popularity to the Italian ...
peaceful ruler ... an English name of Germanic origin ... name was introduced by the Normans to England ...
house owner, lord of the manor ... an English name of Germanic origin ... very popular as a baby name for boys, ...
army-bright, bright army ... language of origin is Germanic, and it is ... a rare baby name for boys ...
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