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Boy Names Ending with -no

-no names for baby boys, with 548 entries. -no names are somewhat popular baby names for boys. The names have been increasing in popularity since the 1950s. At the modest height of their usage in 2017, 0.260% of baby boys were given -no names. There were 7 -no names ranked within the top 1000 baby names then. In 2017, within all -no names, the Italian and Spanish Emiliano was the most commonly used, with a ranking of #208 and a usage of 0.0949%.


Acianothe blue bottle flower ... language of origin is Spanish and it is also ... not popular as a baby boy name ...

Acilinoeagle ... largely used in Spanish and it is ... variant transcription of Aquila ...

Acindinoout of danger ... origin is Old Greek ... unusual as a baby boy name ... not ranked within the top 1000 ...

Acquilinoeagle ... origin is Latin ... form of Aquila ... not regularly used as a baby boy ...

Acyanothe blue bottle flower ... language of origin is Spanish ... form of Aciano ... an uncommon baby name for boys ...

Adelinodaring prince ... language of origin is Old Greek ... not regularly used as a baby name for ...

Adinoadorned ...The origin of Adino is Hebrew ... rarely used as a baby name for boys ...

Adrianoman from Hadria; dark one ... largely used in the English, Italian, ... Its origin is Latin ...

Adrinoman from Hadria; dark one ... language of origin is Latin ... derivative of Adrian ...

Agamemnovery resolute ...The origin of Agamemno is Old Greek ... variant of Agamemnon ...

Agostinoaugust, dignified, holy ... has its origins in the Latin language ... variant transcription of August ...

Agustinoaugust, dignified, holy; majestic ... used mostly in the Spanish language ... derivative of Augustine ...

Aidanohe who distinguishes himself; little ... its origins in the Celtic and Germanic ...

Akeanofrom the shining field ...The origin of Akeano is Japanese ... variant of Akeno ...

Akeenofrom the shining field ... has its origins in the Japanese language ... form of Akeno ...

Akenofrom the shining field ... derived from Japanese origins ... unusual as a baby name for boys ...

Akeynofrom the shining field ... has its origins in the Japanese language ... variation of Akeno ...

Akilianoman from Hadria; dark one ... language of origin is Latin ... predominantly used in the English and ...

Akilinoeagle ... of Latin origin ... variation of Aquila ... not frequently used as a baby boy ...

Akinofrom the shining field ... derived from Japanese origins ... variant of Akeno ...

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