Boy Names of Opera theme

Whether stage operas or soap operas, names of characters that are featured in entertainment usually gain some popularity among parents. For example, the French opera Carmen contributed to the name’s widespread use in the 19th century and beyond. Opera names are somewhat popular baby names for boys. The names rose in popularity from the 1950s up to the 1990s. At the height of their usage in 1996, 0.835% of baby boys were given Opera names. There were 7 Opera names ranked within the top 1000 baby names then. Opera names have since experienced a decline in frequency. In 2018, 6 Opera names listed among the top 1000, with a combined usage of 0.468%. Within all Opera names, the English, French, German, Romanian, and Welsh Tristan was the most commonly used, with a ranking of #123 and a usage of 0.1656%.

inspired advice, old peace ... largely used in the Dutch, English, ... was rather common before the Norman ...
guard of all, elf army, supernatural ... an Italian, Portuguese, Spanish, and ... variant of Alvar ...
work, hope, expectation, aspiration, ... an Arabic, English, and Hebrew name of ... variant of Emil ...
fight, battle, famous battle, battle ... has its origins in the Slavonic language ... contraction of Borislav ...
eagle ... language of origin is Old Greek and it is ... name is derived from Aëtius, a Roman family ...
faithful ... used predominantly in the English, ... name was borne by Saint Fidelis of Como ...
great ... largely used in the English and Scottish ... first name is from the Scottish surname, ...
excellence, abundance ... used chiefly in the English language ... name was borne in the Old Testament of the ...
Yahweh is gracious, Yahweh is merciful ... largely used in the Manx and Spanish ... variant of John ...
royal manor ... language of origin is Old English and it is used ... first name is from the surname, which was ...
origin, as well as its use, is in the English ... name was brought to public attention in the ...
victory, peace, protection, safety ... of Germanic origin ... used mainly in English and German ...
victory, guardian, defender, victorious ... language of origin is Germanic and Old Norse, ...
din, riot, tumult, sad ... used chiefly in the English, French, ... name is derived from either the Celtic ...







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