Boy Names Ending with -ent

-ent names are somewhat popular baby names for boys. The names rose in popularity from the 1900s up to the 1960s; prior to that, they were of only occasional use. At the height of their usage in 1963, 0.579% of baby boys were given -ent names. There were 5 -ent names ranked within the top 1000 baby names then. -ent names have since experienced a decline in frequency. In 2018, 2 -ent names listed among the top 1000, with a combined usage of 0.199%. Within all -ent names, the Dutch, English, French, and Scandinavian Vincent was the most commonly used, with a ranking of #107 and a usage of 0.1841%.

born during Advent ...The origin of Advent is the French language ... form of Avent ...
great forest ... of Latin origin ... form of Arden ... not widely used as a baby name for ...
born during Advent ...The origin of Avent is the French language ... not commonly used as a baby boy name ...
the burrowing mammal ... origin is English ... form of Badger ... unusual as a baby boy name ...
the burrowing mammal ... derived from English origins ... variant of Badger ... not listed within the top 1000 ...
blessed, from the place where the ... language of origin is Latin, Old English, and ... variation of Benedict ...
hill, Bryni's town ... language of origin is Old English and it is used ... form of Brenton ...
strength, power, force ... largely used in English and its origin is ... variant transcription of Brian ...
merciful, gentle ... used predominantly in the English and ... name had been popular for popes in the Middle ...
merciful, gentle ... of Latin origin and it is used mainly in ... variant form of Clement ...
one who creates, increasing, growing ... derived from French origins ... rarely used as a baby name for boys ...
one who creates, increasing, growing ...has its origins in the French language ... variant form of Crescent ...
valley settlement ...The origin of Dent is Old English ... variation of Denton ... rare as a baby boy name ...
deer keeper ...The origin of Derwent is English ... variation of Derward ... not widely used as a baby name for ...
blossoming, flourishing ... language of origin is Latin and it is used ... derivative of Florentin ...
great ...is derived from Old French origins ... variant transcription of Grant ...
guiltless ... used mostly in the English and French ... a rarely used baby name for boys ...
hyacinth ... derived from Old Greek origins ... variant of Jacinto ... infrequently used as a baby name for ...
border, fair and fiery, royal manor ... origin is Celtic and Old English, and its use, ...
merciful, gentle ... used predominantly in Czech, English, ... derived from Latin origins ...
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