Boy Names of Suffix theme

Suffix names for baby boys, with 32 entries. Adding a suffix to a name is a fairly common way of distinguishing a name as a family name or a pet name. Adding a diminutive suffix, for example, makes a name sound more informal and personable.

Suffix names are somewhat popular baby names for boys. The names rose in popularity from the 1900s up to the 2000s; prior to that, they were of only occasional use. At the height of their usage in 2003, 0.904% of baby boys were given Suffix names. There were 11 Suffix names ranked within the top 1000 baby names then. Suffix names have since experienced a decline in frequency. In 2018, 7 Suffix names listed among the top 1000, with a combined usage of 0.264%. Within all Suffix names, the English, Gaelic, Irish, and Scottish Aidan was the most commonly used, with a ranking of #242 and a usage of 0.0805%.


little fire, fire, brightness, splendor ... used chiefly in the English, Gaelic, ... variant of Aodh ...
eternal ... language of origin is Hebrew and Unknown ... predominantly used in the English language ...
descendant of Braonán, tear drop, ... used chiefly in the English and Irish ... variant of Brendan ...
little battle ... mainly used in the Irish language and it is of ... an infrequently used baby name for ...
used mostly in the English language and ... modern name is formed from the popular prefix ...
language of origin is English-American and it is ... name is a recent coinage, probably under the ...
used chiefly in the English language ... derived from English-American and Celtic ... variant of Davonte ...
dyer, one who dyes ... largely used in the English language ... first name is derived from the surname, which ...
of brown hair or complexion ...has its origins in the Celtic language ... forms of the surname exist, such as ...
little dark one, descendant of Dubhán, descendant of the little dark one, to cause one to perceive ...
little wolf ... an English and Irish name of Celtic ... name is derived from the Gaelic 'faol' ...
white, fair ... used predominantly in English and ... name is derived from 'fionn' (meaning white, ...
thankful, jade ... largely used in the English language, ... a modern invented name with the popular ...
derived from English-American origins ... name is derived from the combination of the ...
little ancient one ... used predominantly in the English and ... name is Anglicized from Cianán, which is ...
little dark one, little dark-haired ... largely used in the English and Irish ... variant of Ciar ...
little wolf, wolf cub ... used chiefly in the English language ... nickname is itself of the elements 'lou', ...
fortunate, good, fire ... language of origin is Welsh, and it is used ... an uncommon baby boy name ...
seahill fort, mild, war-like, dedicated ... used predominantly in the English and ... variant of Mahlon ...
seahill fort ... an English, German, and Welsh name of ... name acquired the -lin diminutive suffix via ...
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