Boy Names Ending with -tus

-tus names are somewhat popular baby names for boys. The names have been increasing in popularity since the 1960s. At the modest height of their usage in 2015, 0.108% of baby boys were given -tus names. There were 3 -tus names ranked within the top 1000 baby names then. In 2018, 3 -tus names listed among the top 1000, with a combined usage of 0.100%. Within all -tus names, the English, French, German, and Romanian Titus was the most commonly used, with a ranking of #312 and a usage of 0.0558%.

used predominantly in English and ... Its origin is Old Greek ... an uncommon baby boy name ...
given by god ... origin is Latin ... not regularly used as a baby boy ... not ranked within the top 1000 ...
Egypt ... used predominantly in the English ... an unusual baby boy name ... not listed in the top 1000 ...
beloved one, beloved ... has its origins in the Hebrew language ... variant of Agapito ...
beloved, beloved one ... has its origins in the Hebrew and Old ... variation of Agapito ...
nobly famous ... of Germanic origin and it is used ... derivative of Albert ... not in the top 1000 names ...
love of God, friendship, beloved ... used chiefly in German and its origin ... variant of Amadeus ...
called forth ... used chiefly in English and its ... variant of Anakletos ... not listed within the top 1000 ...
unconquerable, unconquered ... of Old Greek origin, and it is ... the Latin form of the name Aniketos (Old ...
stone, bear, thor, the eagle ... of Celtic origin and it is used mainly ... variation of Arthur ...
august, dignified, holy ... used chiefly in the English language ... variant of August ...
blessed ... origin is Latin ... variant of Benedict ... not regularly used as a baby name ...
bright, famous, angle, bright, famous, hook, will, desire, bright, famous, will, desire, protection, fortress, castle ...
coarse, oafish ... of Latin origin ... seldom used as a baby name for boys ... not in the top 1000 names ...
resembling the prickly plant ... language of origin is English-American ... variation of Cactus ...
resembling the prickly plant ... origin of Cactus is the English-American ...
resembling the prickly plant ... derived from English-American origins ... variant of Cactus ...
with curly hair ...The origin of Cincinnatus is Latin ... not frequently used as a baby boy ...
glorious, called forth ... used mostly in the English language and ... derivative of Anakletos ...
glorious ... used predominantly in the English ... not regularly used as a baby name for ...
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