Boy Names of Slang theme

Slang names for baby boys, with 10 entries. Slang names are somewhat popular baby names for boys. At the height of their usage in 1927, 1.146% of baby boys were given Slang names. There were 4 Slang names ranked within the top 1000 baby names then. Slang names have since experienced a decline in frequency, and in recent years they are of only occasional use. In 2018, 2 Slang names listed among the top 1000, with a combined usage of 0.477%. Within all Slang names, the English and Dutch Jack was the most commonly used, with a ranking of #28 and a usage of 0.458%.
boy, brother ... origin, as well as its use, is in the English ... an American nickname derived from the ...
person who breaks things, fellow, ... primarily used in English and it is ... uncommon as a baby boy name ...
hey!, Yahweh will add (another son) ... of Spanish and Hebrew origin, and it is ... Its ranking then was #832 ...
man from Cyprus ... largely used in the English, German, ... first name is derived from the Roman surname ...
gay, man of God, hero of God, my ... used predominantly in the Irish and ... variant of Gabriel ...
son of Jack, Yahweh may protect, ... largely used in the English and Dutch ... form of Jackson ...
son of, son of the dark stranger, ... used predominantly in the English and ... variant of Macdougal ...
who is like God? ... of Hebrew origin, and it is predominantly ... contraction of Michael ...
strong defender ... used predominantly in the English ... Domesday Book recorded the name as the ...
strong defender, male, manly, brave, ... used chiefly in the English language, ... diminutive form of Andrew ...

Gender
boy (10)
unisex (4)
Starts with
Ends with
Contains

Language
english (9)
greek (4)
hebrew (4)
german (3)
irish (3)
french (2)
latin (2)
american (1)
dutch (1)
polish (1)
roman (1)
spanish (1)
See {num} moreSee less
Theme
slang (10)
element (4)
humanity (2)
independent (2)
medieval (2)
modern (2)
brother (1)
catholic (1)
elf (1)
folk (1)
heir (1)
hero (1)
honor (1)
island (1)
john (1)
missionary (1)
obscure (1)
powerful (1)
protector (1)
quiet (1)
revival (1)
revolutionary (1)
spring (1)
strength (1)
terror (1)
wolf (1)
wulf (1)
See {num} moreSee less
Syllable
1 (6)
2 (3)
3 (1)



hide variants (10)