Boy Names of Hungarian language or origin

Hungarian names for baby boys, with 526 entries. Hungarian names are popular baby names for boys. At the height of their usage in 1937, 6.137% of baby boys were given Hungarian names. There were 8 Hungarian names ranked within the top 1000 baby names then. Hungarian names have since experienced a decline in frequency, but in recent years they are nonetheless of heavy use. In 2018, 8 Hungarian names listed among the top 1000, with a combined usage of 2.022%. Within all Hungarian names, the Dutch, English, German, Hungarian, and Slavic Alexander was the most commonly used, with a ranking of #11 and a usage of 0.6216%.


breath, vapor, son ... primarily used in Hungarian and its language ... form of Abel ...
man ... mainly used in the Hungarian language and it ... variant form of Adam ...
ornament, adornment, jewel, man, ... largely used in the Hungarian, Yiddish, ... variant of Adam ...
man from Hadria, dark one ... of Latin origin and it is used mainly ... variant of Adrian ...
man, man from Hadria, dark one ... largely used in the Hungarian and ... variant of Adam ...
august, dignified, holy ... primarily used in Hungarian and it is of Latin ... form of Augustine ...
august, dignified, holy ... used mostly in the Hungarian language ... derivative of Augustine ...
born feet first ... used chiefly in the Hungarian language ... unusual as a baby name for boys ...
paragon of faith ... mainly used in the Hungarian language ... variant form of Aladdin ...
origin is Old French, and its use, Hungarian ... variant transcription of Aloysius ...
defender of men ... a Dutch, English, German, Hungarian, ... name was first borne by Paris the prince ...
defender of men ... largely used in the Catalan, ... variant of Alexander ... unusual as a baby name for boys ...
inspired advice, old peace ... its origins in the Old English language and ... variation of Alfred ...
immortal, divine ... of Old Greek origin and it is used mainly in ... derivative of Ambrose ...
immortal, divine ... has its origins in the Old Greek language ... variant form of Ambrose ...
resurrection ... has its origins in the Old Greek language ... form of Anastasius ...
male, manly, brave, virility ... used chiefly in the Albanian, English, ... variant of Andrew ...
male, manly, brave, virility ... language of origin is Old Greek, and it is ... variation of Andreas ...
male, manly, brave, virility ... largely used in the Hungarian, Spanish, ... variant of Andreas ...
male, manly, brave, virility ... primarily used in the Hungarian language and ... form of Andrew ...
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