Boy Names Ending with -mas

-mas names are somewhat popular baby names for boys. At the height of their usage in 1951, 2.535% of baby boys were given -mas names. There were 2 -mas names ranked within the top 1000 baby names then. -mas names have since experienced a decline in frequency, and in recent years they are of only occasional use. In 2018, 2 -mas names listed among the top 1000, with a combined usage of 0.369%. Within all -mas names, the Dutch, English, French, German, and Scandinavian Thomas was the most commonly used, with a ranking of #49 and a usage of 0.3514%.

man ... has its origins in the Hebrew language and ... variant transcription of Adam ...
dear ... has its origins in the Finnish language and ... not often used as a baby boy name ...
follower of Artemis, safe, butcher ... used chiefly in the English language ...
follower of Artemis, safe, butcher ... used mostly in English and its ... derivative of Artemas ...
circular ... language of origin is Sanskrit and it is ... variant transcription of Camasa ...
Christmas ... language of origin is English and it is also ... first name is derived from the name of the ...
derived from Latin origins ... variant transcription of Comus ... uncommon as a baby name for boys ...
order, harmony, beauty, universe ... used chiefly in Greek and Italian ... Its origin is Old Greek ...
order, harmony, beauty, universe ... origin is Old Greek ... variation of Cosmo ...
person living in an isolated house ...The origin of Delmas is the Catalan language ... was #565 in rank then ...
follower of Demeter ... has its origins in the Old Greek language ... variation of Demetrius ...
origin and use are both in the Spanish language ... not popular as a baby name for boys ...
loyal comrade, follower of Demeter ...The origin of Dimas is Old Greek ... variant transcription of Demetrius ...
farmer ... of Catalan origin and it is used largely ... rarely used as a baby name for boys ...
a good man ...The origin of Lomas is the Spanish language ... an infrequently used baby name for boys ...
oar ... origin is Latin ... derivative of Remus ... not frequently used as a baby boy name ...
Yahweh may protect, holder of heel, ...The origin of Seamas is Hebrew ... variation of James ...
Yahweh may protect, holder of heel, ... used mostly in Scottish and Irish, and it is ... derivative of Jacob ...
Yahweh may protect, holder of heel, ... derived from Hebrew origins ... variation of James ...
twin ... primarily used in Hungarian and Spanish, ... form of Thomas ... uncommon as a baby name for boys ...
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