Boy Names Ending with -ddy

-ddy names are rarely used baby names for boys. At the modest height of their usage in 1937, 0.121% of baby boys were given -ddy names. There were 4 -ddy names ranked within the top 1000 baby names then. The names have since fallen from favor, and are used only on an infrequent scale now.

man ... used chiefly in the Spanish language and ... diminutive form of Adam ...
ditch, muddy place, broad ridge ...is derived from Old English and Celtic origins ... variation of Broderick ...
friend, companion, brother ... mainly used in the English language and ... uncommon as a baby name for boys ...
battle, warrior ... origin is Old English ... variant transcription of Chad ...
son of Óda, son of Otto, son of ...has its origins in the Celtic language ... variant form of Cody ...
unresting, son of Edward, guardian ... largely used in the English language, and ... form of Edgar ...
peaceful ruler, man of peace, strong ... used chiefly in the English language, ... variant of Alfred ...
my fortune ... of Arabic origin ... variant of Gadi ... uncommon as a baby name for boys ...
spear rule, brave with the spear ... an English name of Germanic origin ... diminutive form of Gerald ...
hewer, one who cuts down, great ... language of origin is Hebrew ... variant transcription of Gideon ...
bright, friend ...The origin of Gladdy is Old English ... variant of Gladwin ...
from the heather meadow ... has its origins in the Old English ... variation of Hadley ...
the hand ... used chiefly in the English language and ... variant of Jed ... unusual as a baby name for boys ...
man ... primarily used in Scottish and it is of ... form of Adam ... uncommon as a baby name for boys ...
an attendant ... an English name of Middle English ... form of Ladd ... uncommon as a baby name for boys ...
chief's hill ... origin is English ... diminutive form of Ludlow ... unusual as a baby name for boys ...
son of Maud ... used chiefly in the English language and ... form of Madison ...
rich friend, friend of riches, blessed friend, wealthy spear, owner of many spears, guardian of riches, wealthy guard, protector of wealth ...
nobleman ... language of origin is Latin ... predominantly used in the English and Irish ...
one who lives by the pond ...The origin of Puddy is the Old English language ... diminutive of Putnam ...
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