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Boy Names of Dutch language or origin

Dutch names for baby boys, with 433 entries. Germanic names form a large pool of traditional source names for the Dutch, as do biblical names. Many of these names have been adapted in their spelling and their pronunciation to follow closely with the Dutch language. Dutch names are very popular baby names for boys. At the height of their usage in 1953, 21.454% of baby boys were given Dutch names. There were 51 Dutch names ranked within the top 1000 baby names then. Dutch names have since experienced a decline in frequency, but are nonetheless used on a very heavy scale now. In 2017, 38 Dutch names listed among the top 1000, with a combined usage of 6.538%. Within all Dutch names, the Dutch, English, German, and Scandinavian Jacob was the most commonly used, with a ranking of #10 and a usage of 0.6676%.


Aartstone, bear; thor, the eagle ... of Celtic origin and it is used mainly in the ... variant form of Arthur ...

Absomber; noble strength; father of a multitude; father of light, father is light; priest ...

Abenoble strength; high father; father ... of Hebrew and Germanic origin ... used mainly in the English and Dutch ...

Abichnoble ... language of origin is Frisian and it is used ... rare as a baby boy name ...

Abrahamfather of a multitude ... used chiefly in the Dutch, English, ... the Bible, the patriarch Abram's name was ...

Adsettler; noble wolf; Yahweh is just; my ornament; man; man from Hadria; dark one; eagle ...form of Adam ...

Adalbertnobly famous ... mainly used in the Dutch, German, and ... Its language of origin is Germanic ...

Adamman; to make ... used chiefly in the Arabic, Dutch, ... the Bible, Adam was the first man created by ...

Adelbertnobly famous ... language of origin is Germanic, and it is used ... variation of Adalbert ...

Adelbrechtnobly famous ... of Germanic origin and it is ... form of Adalbert ... an infrequently used baby name for ...

Adriaanman from Hadria; dark one ... language of origin is Latin and it is ... variation of Adrian ...

Adriaenman from Hadria; dark one ... language of origin is Latin and it is used ... derivative of Adrian ...

Adrianusman from Hadria; dark one ... used mostly in the Dutch language and ... derivative of Adrian ...

Agosword ... primarily used in Dutch and it is of ... not commonly used as a baby boy name ...

Aikesword ... largely used in the Dutch language and it ... unusual as a baby boy name ...

Alardnoble strength ... mainly used in the Dutch and French ... Its language of origin is Germanic ...

Albertnobly famous; white ... largely used in the Irish, Dutch, ... Old German Adalbert was shortened to Albert ...

Alenoble ... used predominantly in the Dutch language ... infrequently used as a baby name for boys ...

Alexanderdefender of men ... a Dutch, English, German, Hungarian, ... name was first borne by Paris the prince ...

Alfonsnoble and ready ... has its origins in the Gothic language ... used largely in Dutch, German, and Polish ...

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