Boy Names Ending with -vil

-vil names are rarely used baby names for boys. At the modest height of their usage in 1921, 0.014% of baby boys were given -vil names. There were 2 -vil 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 ...is derived from Welsh origins ... form of Arvel ... rare as a baby boy name ...
wind, air ... language of origin is English Gypsy ... form of Bavol ... not in the top 1000 names ...
wind, air, like the wind ... origin of Bevil is the English Gypsy ... derivative of Bavol ...
eagle town ... derived from English origins ... variant transcription of Darvell ...
sea ... origin is Sanskrit ... variation of Urvil ... a rare baby boy name ... not listed in the top 1000 ...
village with oak trees ... of English origin ... variant form of Glanville ... not in the top 1000 names ...
village in the glen ...has its origins in the Irish language ... variant transcription of Glenville ...
village in the glen ...has its origins in the Irish language ... variant form of Glenville ...
large city ...is of Old French origin ... derivative of Granville ... not widely used as a baby name for ...
large city ...has its origins in the Old French language ... variant of Granville ...
one who is pure, chaste ... derived from Sanskrit origins ... variation of Keval ...
bad village ...is of Old French origin ... derivative of Melville ... not commonly used as a baby boy name ...
hero's village ... has its origins in the English language ... variant form of Manville ...
one who comes from the great state ...has its origins in the French language ... form of Manneville ...
one who comes from the great state ...has its origins in the French language ... variation of Manneville ...
hero's village, one who comes from ... origin of Manvil is the French and English ... derivative of Manneville ...
bad village ... used chiefly in English and its origin is Old ... variant of Melville ...
who is like God? ... has its origins in the Hebrew language ... variant form of Michael ...
village by the sea ...is derived from French origins ... derivative of Nerville ... not in the top 1000 names ...
from the new town ... largely used in English and its origin ... variant of Neville ...
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