Boy Names of Protection theme

Protection names for baby boys, related also with armor with 69 entries. The word ‘protection’ conjures up a picture of a strong fortress or castle affording its inhabitants safety. The imagery is reminiscent of medieval times, where cities and towers of refuge were surrounded by high walls. Names which mean ‘protection’ tend to illustrate this picture of a well-defended castle, while others allude to protection that is divinely provided.

Protection names are fairly popular baby names for boys. At the height of their usage in 1943, 7.127% of baby boys were given Protection names. There were 16 Protection names ranked within the top 1000 baby names then. Protection names have since experienced a decline in frequency, and in recent years they are of only moderate use. In 2018, 5 Protection names listed among the top 1000, with a combined usage of 1.113%. Within all Protection names, the English and French William was the most commonly used, with a ranking of #3 and a usage of 0.7526%.

noble protection ...The origin of Adalmund is the English language ... not often used as a baby boy name ...
protection ... language of origin is Old Greek, and it is ... derivative of Aigeus ...
protection ... used predominantly in Greek and it is ... variation of Aegeus ...
awe, terror, fear, edge of a sword, ... origin is Old Norse, and its use, Scandinavian ...
protected by God ... largely used in the English, German, ... name was first introduced to Italy by the ...
eagle, peace, protection, safety ... of Germanic origin and it is used ...
the one with the beautiful armor ... language of origin is Italian and it is ... not in the top 1000 names ...
from the fortified hill or castle, ... an English and German name of Germanic ... contraction of Berger ...
bear, peace, protection, safety ... mainly used in the German language ... unusual as a baby boy name ...
from the fortified hill or castle ... has its origins in the Old Norse language ... not in the top 1000 names ...
peaceful protector ... has its origins in the Slavonic language ... not commonly used as a baby boy name ...
glorious protector ... a Czech and Slavic name of Slavonic ... rarely used as a baby name for boys ...
protection, from the fortified hill or castle, town citizen, to help ... origin is Germanic and English ...
from the fortified hill or castle ... used mostly in English and it is of Old ... Its ranking then was #957 ...
protection, fortress, castle, brave, ... origin is Germanic, and its use, German ...
fortified town ... used chiefly in English and its origin ... first name is taken from the surname, itself ...
people, race, fence, enclosure, ... largely used in the German language ... an infrequently used baby name for ...
wealthy guard, protector of wealth ... largely used in the English, German, ... ranked at #130 then ...
prosperous protection, wealthy guard, protector of wealth ... language of origin is Old English and English ...
edge of a sword, awe, terror, fear, ... used predominantly in Dutch, French, ... Its origin is Germanic ...
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