Boy Names Ending with -val

-val names are uncommon baby names for boys. At the modest height of their usage in 1902, 0.050% of baby boys were given -val names. There were 4 -val names ranked within the top 1000 baby names then. The names have since fallen from favor, and are used only on an infrequent scale now.

wept over ... derived from Welsh origins ... derivative of Arvel ... uncommon as a baby boy name ...
wind, air ... origin is English Gypsy ... derivative of Bavol ... an uncommon baby name for boys ...
like the wind, wind, air ... origin of Beval is the English Gypsy ... derivative of Bavol ...
knight ...is of French origin ... derivative of Chevalier ... unusual as a baby boy name ...
bearing Christ ... origin of Cristoval is the Old Greek ... variation of Christopher ...
god-like, divine ... used chiefly in the Indian language and ... an unusual baby name for boys ...
bright white, pure ... of Sanskrit origin and it is used ... not commonly used as a baby boy name ...
origin is French ... name is derived from the combination of the ... not regularly used as a baby name for ...
ram's horn ... language of origin is Hebrew ... variant transcription of Jubal ...
one who is pure, chaste ...The origin of Keval is the Sanskrit language ... a seldom used baby name for boys ...
valley ...The origin of Laval is the French language ... variation of LaValle ...
pleasant valley ...The origin of Merival is the English language ... variant of Merivale ...
god of the sailing vessels ... of Latin origin ... not regularly used as a baby name for ...
from the new town ... largely used in English and it is ... variant transcription of Neville ...
northern town ...is of Old French origin ... derivative of Norville ... unusual as a baby name for boys ...
golden town ... has its origins in the French language ... variant of Orville ... unusual as a baby boy name ...
one who pierces the valley, hard ... primarily used in German and it is of Old ... form of Percival ...
one who pierces the valley, hard ... has its origins in the Old French ... derivative of Percival ...
one who pierces the valley, hard ... language of origin is Old French, and it is ... Its ranking then was #925 ...
one who pierces the valley, hard ...has its origins in the Old French language ... variation of Percival ...
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