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Boy Names related to Ruling

Ruling names for baby boys, with 9 entries. Ruling names are rather popular as baby boy names. The names grew in popularity from the 1930s up to the 1970s. At the peak of their usage in 1972, 1.339% of baby boys were given Ruling names. The names have dropped in popularity since then. In 2016, 2 Ruling names listed among the top 1000, with a total usage of 0.655%. Out of all Ruling names, the English, French, German, Scandinavian, and Spanish Sebastian was the most regularly used, with a ranking of #24 and a usage of 0.5102%.


Baldwin bold friend, brave friend ... language of origin is Germanic ... not popular as a baby boy name ...

Eric ever ruling, lone ruler, island ... largely used in the English, French, and ... were given the name Eric ...

Faisal judge, arbiter ... largely used in the Arabic and English ... including King Faisal I of Iraq (1885-1933) ...

Rudolph famous wolf ... of Germanic origin and it is used mainly in ... actor and pop icon Rudolph Valentino (Rodolfo ...

Sebastian man from Sebasta ... mainly used in English, French, German, ... very popular as a baby boy name, and it is ...

Swaraj self-ruling ... of Sanskrit origin and it is used mainly in ... rare as a baby boy name ...

Viriato one who wears the ruling bracelets ... has its origins in the Portuguese language ...

Wadron a might raven; a ruling raven ... has its origins in the Germanic language ...

Whelan descendant of Faolán; little wolf ... used mostly in the English language and its ...

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