Boy Names of Village theme

oak-tree settlement ... origin, as well as its use, is in the English ... not popular as a baby boy name ...
wealthy spear, owner of many spears, ... largely used in the English, Gaelic, and ...
village ... language of origin is Germanic ... not often used as a baby boy name ...
man from Hadria, dark one ... used chiefly in the English, German, ... a town in northern Italy named after ...
leader of villages ... origin of Agesislao is the Old Greek ... a rarely used baby name for boys ...
old town, town at the river source ... largely used in the Hawaiian language, ... variant of Alton ...
town at the river source, Ella's ... largely used in the English language and ... rare as a baby boy name ...
Agnes town ... used predominantly in the English ... not regularly used as a baby name for ...
town of Aelfred, Aelffrith, or Eorl ... used chiefly in the English language ... Its ranking then was #863 ...
governor of his village ... origin is Old Greek ... not commonly used as a baby boy name ...
ash tree town ... used predominantly in the English ... first name is derived from the surname, which ...
settlement in the east, ash tree ... used mostly in English ... language of origin is Old English and ...
town by a spring ... origin, as well as its use, is in the English ... an unusual baby boy name ...
out of town birth ... has its origins in the African language ... not frequently used as a baby boy name ...
from the town of the troublemaking ... has its origins in the Germanic and ... variant transcription of Barry ...
barley settlement ... primarily used in English and it is of ... first name is derived from the English ...
son of Benedict ... of English origin and it is also ... first name is derived from the surname, which ...
from the fortified hill or castle, ... an English and German name of Germanic ... contraction of Berger ...
Beuze's settlement, settlement of the reckless one ... origin is Old French, and its use, English ...
from the town near the river Boyne ...The origin of Boynton is the Irish language ...

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