Boy Names of Farm theme

Farm names for baby boys, with 35 entries. ‘Farm’ names for boys are typical of names that describe a person’s place of origin or work. These names include Leighton, which means ‘one from the meadow farm’, Hancock, which means ‘one who owns a farm’ and Silsby, which means from ‘Sill’s farm’. Farm names are somewhat popular baby names for boys. The names rose in popularity from the 1960s up to the 2000s. At the modest height of their usage in 2001, 0.289% of baby boys were given Farm names. There were 2 Farm names ranked within the top 1000 baby names then. Farm names have since experienced a decline in popularity. In 2018, 3 Farm names listed among the top 1000, with a combined usage of 0.078%. Within all Farm names, the Irish and English Peyton was the most commonly used, with a ranking of #401 and a usage of 0.0408%.
farm pasture ... used chiefly in English and its origin ... an uncommon baby name for boys ...
grain farm ... origin is English ... a baby boy name of irregular use ... not ranked within the top 1000 ...
outlying barley farm ... of English origin and it is also ... an irregularly used baby boy name ...
barley farm ...The origin of Berwick is English ... rare as a baby boy name ... not listed in the top 1000 ...
from the manor farm ... of English origin and it is also used ... not widely used as a baby name for ...
from the farm near the reeds ... origin is English ... not often used as a baby boy name ...
Chad's dairy farm ... primarily used in the English ... first name is derived from the surname, which ...
coal town, Cola's town, Koli's town ... used predominantly in the English ... Its ranking then was #99 ...
young goat, goat skin ... origin is Old Greek, and its use, Dutch, ... name was popular among medieval English ...
grassland farm ... used mostly in English and its ... an uncommon baby name for boys ...
one who owns a farm ... origin is English ... not popular as a baby boy name ...
large farm ... used predominantly in English and its ... unusual as a baby boy name ...
from the crow's farm ... derived from English origins ... unusual as a baby boy name ...
from the white farm ... of English origin ... not commonly used as a baby boy name ...
farm by the spring ... primarily used in English and its ... first name is dervied from an Old Norse place ...
from the barn farm-stead ... origin is Old English, and its use, English ... an unusual baby boy name ...
one from the meadow farm ... of Old English origin and it is ... a somewhat popular baby name for ...
northern farm ... has its origins in the English language ... uncommon as a baby name for boys ...
farm of Paega, peacock town, nobleman, ... an Irish and English name of Latin, ... variant of Patrick ...
Hrafn's farm, farm by the river ... language of origin is Old English ... not popular as a baby name for boys ...
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