Boy Names of Indoeuropean language or origin

Indoeuropean names for baby boys, with 34 entries. Indoeuropean names are somewhat popular baby names for boys. At the modest height of their usage in 1948, 0.346% of baby boys were given Indoeuropean names. There was 1 Indoeuropean name ranked within the top 1000 baby names then. Indoeuropean names have since experienced a decline in frequency, and in recent years they are of occasional use. In 2018, 4 Indoeuropean names listed among the top 1000, with a combined usage of 0.138%, having regained their popularity somewhat in the recent decade. Within all Indoeuropean names, the English and Scandinavian Odin was the most commonly used, with a ranking of #338 and a usage of 0.0513%.


to destroy, strength ... largely used in the Italian language ... known from Apollo, son of Zeus and Leto, ...
light, deity, father, Yahweh is ... origin is Latin and Indoeuropean, and its use, ... derivative of Jove ...
light, deity ... used mostly in Welsh and it is of Indoeuropean ... derivative of Zeus ...
light, deity ... language of origin is Indoeuropean ... form of Iau ... not popular as a baby boy name ...
light, deity, father, Yahweh is ... used chiefly in English ... Its origin is Latin and Indoeuropean ...
light, deity, father ...The origin of Jup is the Indoeuropean language ... form of Jupiter ...
light, deity, father ... of Indoeuropean origin ... variant of Jupiter ... not popular as a baby name for boys ...
light, deity, father ... largely used in the Dutch, English, ... derived from Indoeuropean origins ...
light, deity, father ... of Indoeuropean origin, and it is used mainly ... variation of Jupiter ...
light, deity, father ... of Indoeuropean origin ... derivative of Jupiter ... not in the top 1000 names ...
light, deity, father ... derived from Indoeuropean origins ... variant of Jupiter ...
light, deity, father ... origin of Jupyter is the Indoeuropean ... variant of Jupiter ...
shining one ... used predominantly in Welsh and it is ... Welsh mythology and the Mabinogi, Lleu Llaw ...
shining one, lion-like, leader, ... used mostly in Welsh and it is of ... from the combination of the names ...
shining one ... used chiefly in the Irish language, and its ... Irish mythology, Lug was an Irish god and High ...
wet, water ... primarily used in English and French ... of Latin origin ... not often used as a baby boy name ...
fury, inspiration, to blow, to inspire ... has its origins in the Old Norse language ... was #338 in rank then ...
lover of horses, friend of horses ... largely used in the English language ... a classic favorite ...
three, from the house by the rock ... used predominantly in the English ... variation of Tremain ...
light, deity ... largely used in the Scandinavian language ... name was borne in Norse mythology by the son ...
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