Boy Names Ending with -mir

-mir names for baby boys, with 100 entries. -mir names are somewhat popular baby names for boys. The names have been increasing in popularity since the 1970s. At the modest height of their usage in 2018, 0.171% of baby boys were given -mir names. There were 3 -mir names ranked within the top 1000 baby names then. In 2018, within all -mir names, the Arabic, English, and Hebrew Amir was the most commonly used, with a ranking of #149 and a usage of 0.134%.

prince, ruler, emir, commander ... an Arabic and English name of Arabic ... derivative of Amir ...
primarily used in the Armenian and ... name could be ultimately of Greek origin, ...
prince, ruler, emir, commander, ... largely used in the Arabic, English, and ... ranked at #165 then ...
largely used in Slavic and it is derived ... uncommon as a baby boy name ... not listed within the top 1000 ...
resembling a lion ... language of origin is Islamic ... variation of Azmer ...
bold ... of Germanic origin ... variant transcription of Baldemar ... infrequently used as a baby name for ...
trumpet player ... derived from English origins ... variant of Beamer ... not popular as a baby name for boys ...
trumpet player ... origin is English ... variant transcription of Beamer ... not listed in the top 1000 names ...
good faith ... origin and use are both in the Albanian ... uncommon as a baby boy name ...
origin is varied ... seldom used as a baby name for boys ... not in the top 1000 names ...
peaceful ruler ... language of origin is Germanic and it is ... variant transcription of Jeffrey ...
greatness of God ... mainly used in the Czech language and ... infrequently used as a baby name for ...
faithful jewel ... an English name of Literary origin ... not commonly used as a baby boy name ...
peaceful protector ... has its origins in the Slavonic language ... not commonly used as a baby boy name ...
peace awakened ... has its origins in the Slavonic language ... not widely used as a baby name for ...
declaration of peace, destroyer ... used predominantly in the English and ... the name was interpreted as ...
declaration of peace, destroyer ... of Slavonic origin and it is ... variation of Casimir ...
declaration of peace, destroyer ... of Slavonic origin ... variant form of Casimir ...
fortress ...The origin of Cestmir is Czech ... not frequently used as a baby boy ...
to praise peace ... origin and use are both in the Polish language ... not commonly used as a baby boy ...
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