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Boy Names of Frisian usage or origin

Frisian names for baby boys, with 44 entries. Frisian names are somewhat popular baby names for boys. The names have been increasing in popularity since the 1980s. At the modest height of their usage in 2016, 0.142% of baby boys were given Frisian names. There was 1 Frisian name ranked within the top 1000 baby names then.


Boje boy; to live, to dwell, have a household ... largely used in Scandinavian and Frisian, and ...

Edzard edge of a sword; brave, hardy ... a Frisian and German name of Germanic ... variant form of Eckhard ...

Eilert edge of a sword; brave, hardy ... origin is Germanic, and its use, Frisian and ... variant form of Eckhard ...

Enno edge of a sword; awe, terror, fear; ... used predominantly in the Frisian and ... variant of Eginhard ...

Fiete peaceful ruler ... primarily used in Frisian and German, ... form of Frederick ... not in the top 1000 names ...

Fokko people, tribe; army, warrior ... used chiefly in Frisian and it is ... variant of Volker ...

Gerit brave with the spear ... largely used in the Frisian language and ... variant of Gerard ...

Gerrit brave with the spear ... used predominantly in the English and ... variant of Garret ... ranked at #903 then ...

Harbert army-bright, bright army ... used chiefly in Dutch and Frisian, and ... variant of Herbert ...

Harmen army man ... of Germanic origin and it is ... form of Herman ... not regularly used as a baby name for ...

Haro first son of the wild boar; army ... used chiefly in Japanese and Frisian, and ... variant of Herbert ...

Harro army man; army-bright, bright army; ... used chiefly in Frisian and its origin ... variant of Henry ...

Hauke heart, mind, spirit; a falcon, bird of prey; bright spirit, inspiration ...variant transcription of Hawk ...

Inko of Germanic origin and it is used mainly ... variant of Ingo ... not popular as a baby boy name ...

Jannes Yahweh is gracious, Yahweh is merciful ... used chiefly in Dutch, Frisian, and ... shortening of Johannes ...

Jelke Jupiter's child, downy ... used mostly in Frisian and German, and ... derivative of Julius ...

Jelmer nobly famous ... language of origin is Old English and it is ... derivative of Elmer ...

Kai to rejoice; victorious; open; beginning; ... a Dutch, Finnish, Frisian, German, ... variant of Gerard ...

Keno brave; tribe, clan ... used mostly in the Frisian language and ... derivative of Kuno ...

Klaes victor of the people ... of Old Greek origin and it is used ... variant transcription of Claus ...

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