Boy Names of Sir theme

Sir names for baby boys, with 35 entries. The title ‘Sir’ is believed to have been first documented in the 13th century as an honor to a knight. Names that mean ‘Sir’ are mostly of African origin. Sir names are popular baby names for boys. At the height of their usage in 1931, 5.888% of baby boys were given Sir names. There were 18 Sir names ranked within the top 1000 baby names then. Sir names have since experienced a decline in frequency, but are nonetheless used on a heavy scale now. In 2018, 19 Sir names listed among the top 1000, with a combined usage of 2.386%. Within all Sir names, the English Anthony was the most commonly used, with a ranking of #38 and a usage of 0.4149%.

defender of men ... used chiefly in the English and ... name is Anglicized from the Gaelic Alasdair, ...
friendship, beloved ... largely used in the English language and ... The name is of obscure origin ...
male, manly, brave, virility ... largely used in the English, Greek, and ... variant of Andreas ...
priceless, inestimable ... largely used in the English language ... first name is from the Roman family name ...
rock, coastal rocks, marsh area ... used chiefly in the English, Irish, and ... of Old Norse origin ...
pattern of generosity, amiable ... origin is Welsh, and its use, English and ... an all-time favorite ...
merciful, gentle ... used predominantly in the English and ... name had been popular for popes in the Middle ...
dog, great ... largely used in the English language and ... first name could be Anglicized from Cónán ...
dandy, male, manly, brave, virility ... an English and Scottish name of Old ... diminutive form of Andrew ...
wealthy spear, owner of many spears ... largely used in the English, French, ... a classic favorite ...
white hawk ... has its origins in the Welsh language, and ... name is of uncertain origin, it could be from ...
gravelly place, gray house ... largely used in the English and ... name is from a Scottish family name that is ...
to rejoice, victorious, open, beginning, ... a Dutch, Finnish, Frisian, German, ... variant of Gerard ...
bold defender ... primarily used in English and its ... name was borne by the 9th century Saint Kenelm ...
sir ... derived from Old Greek origins ... rare as a baby boy name ... not listed in the top 1000 ...
the servant ... language of origin is Old French and it is ... The name could be from the Old French l'ancel ...
field on river Leven ... has its origins in the Scottish language ... used largely in English and Scottish ...
Lincoln's wetland, Lincoln's island ... used predominantly in the English and ... ranked at #669 then ...
my messenger ... used chiefly in the English, Gaelic, ... name was borne in the Bible by the last of ...
disciple of Maedóc, fortunate, good ... used mostly in the English and Irish ... derivative of Madoc ...
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