Boy Names of Gothic language or origin

Gothic names are somewhat popular baby names for boys. At the height of their usage in 1954, 1.229% of baby boys were given Gothic names. There were 13 Gothic names ranked within the top 1000 baby names then. Gothic names have since experienced a decline in frequency, and are of occasional use now. In 2018, 9 Gothic names listed among the top 1000, with a combined usage of 0.271%. Within all Gothic names, the Dutch, English, and German Derek was the most commonly used, with a ranking of #257 and a usage of 0.0725%.

noble and ready ... of Gothic origin and it is ... variant of Alfonso ... not listed in the top 1000 names ...
noble and ready ... origin is Gothic, and its use, Galician and ... derivative of Alfonso ...
noble and ready ... language of origin is Gothic ... variant form of Alonzo ...
noble and ready ... of Gothic origin ... variant transcription of Alonzo ...
ruler of all, noble ruler, heritage, ... largely used in the English language ... variant of Ulrich ...
guard of all ... an English name of Gothic origin ... variant of Alvaro ... unusual as a baby boy name ...
guard of all ... origin is Gothic ... form of Alvaro ... not popular as a baby name for boys ...
guard of all ... primarily used in the Catalan language ... form of Alvaro ...
guard of all ... derived from Gothic origins ... variant transcription of Alvaro ...
noble and ready, inspired advice, ... used chiefly in the English language and ... variant of Alfie ...
noble and ready, inspired advice, ... largely used in the English and Spanish ... form of Alf ...
noble and ready ... of Gothic origin and it is used largely ... variant form of Alfonso ...
noble and ready ... of Gothic origin and it is used mainly in ... variation of Alfonso ...
noble and ready ... has its origins in the Gothic language ... used largely in Dutch, German, and Polish ...
noble and ready ... language of origin is Gothic ... variant transcription of Alfonso ... ranked at #860 then ...
noble and ready ... of Gothic origin ... variant of Alfonso ... not often used as a baby boy name ...
noble and ready ...The origin of Alfonsino is Gothic ... variation of Alfonso ...
noble and ready ... an English, Italian, and Spanish name ... The name is of disputed origin ...
noble and ready ... of Gothic origin ... used mainly in the English and Latin ... derivative of Alfonso ...
noble and ready ... largely used in Slavic and its origin ... variant transcription of Alfonso ...
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