Boy Names Ending with -nz

-nz names for baby boys, with 35 entries. -nz names are rarely used baby names for boys. At the modest height of their usage in 1913, 0.005% of baby boys were given -nz names. There was 1 -nz name ranked within the top 1000 baby names then. -nz names have since experienced a decline in popularity, and are used only on an infrequent scale now.


noble and ready ... largely used in Slavic and its origin ... variant transcription of Alfonso ...
noble and ready ... has its origins in the Gothic language ... variant transcription of Alfonso ...
chance ... of English origin ... derivative of Chance ... not popular as a baby name for boys ...
plain ... of English origin ... form of Clarence ... not popular as a baby name for boys ...
steadfast, constant ... derived from Latin origins ... variant of Constantine ...
fort, fertile land ... has its origins in the Celtic language ... variation of Denzel ...
one who climbs to the top ... derived from English-American origins ... form of Dins ...
dark-haired ...has its origins in the Celtic language ... variation of Dolan ... uncommon as a baby boy name ...
one who climbs to the top ... of English-American origin ... derivative of Dins ... not in the top 1000 names ...
giant ... of Germanic origin ... variant transcription of Enzo ... seldom used as a baby name for boys ...
blossoming, flourishing, from Florence ... used predominantly in the German ... variant of Florens ...
noble and ready ... used chiefly in the English language and ... diminutive form of Alfonso ...
Frenchman, free one ... a German name of Italian and Germanic ... name was introduced into the Habsburg royal ...
resembling a goose ... origin is Spanish ... derivative of Ganso ... not frequently used as a baby boy name ...
to rejoice ... largely used in the German language ... not regularly used as a baby name for ...
fight, whole, safe ... has its origins in the Germanic language ... variation of Gonzalo ...
house owner, lord of the manor ... of Germanic origin and it is used mainly ... form of Henry ...
a German name of Latin origin ... The generic name has been used by various popes ... rare as a baby boy name ...
son of Jan ... used mostly in English and it is of Dutch ... derivative of Janzen ...
used predominantly in German and ... variant of Karlheinz ... seldom used as a baby name for ...
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