Boy Names that Contain "des"

"des" names are somewhat popular as baby girl names. The names' popularity increased from the 1940s up to the 2000s. Their usage peaked in 2000 with 0.778% of baby girls being given "des" names. Within the top 1000 baby names then, there were 9 "des" names. The names have substantially slipped in popularity since then. In 2018, their usage was only 0.064% with 1 "des" name listed among the top 1000.

son of Adam ... has its origins in the English language ... form of Addison ... uncommon as a baby girl name ...
the coming of the baby has opened ... origin is African-Yoruba ... variant transcription of Adesina ...
the coming of the baby has opened ... origin of Adeseanah is the African-Yoruba ... form of Adesina ...
the coming of the baby has opened ... derived from African-Yoruba origins ... derivative of Adesina ...
the coming of the baby has opened ... of African-Yoruba origin ... variant form of Adesina ...
the coming of the baby has opened ... origin of Adeseina is the African-Yoruba ... variation of Adesina ...
the coming of the baby has opened ... has its origins in the African-Yoruba ... derivative of Adesina ...
the coming of the baby has opened ... origin of Adesiena is the African-Yoruba ... variant form of Adesina ...
the coming of the baby has opened ... has its origins in the African-Yoruba ... rare as a baby girl name ...
the coming of the baby has opened ... language of origin is African-Yoruba, and it is ...
the coming of the baby has opened ... derived from African-Yoruba origins ... variant transcription of Adesina ...
the coming of the baby has opened ... has its origins in the African-Yoruba ... derivative of Adesina ...
the coming of the baby has opened ... origin of Adesyna is the African-Yoruba ... form of Adesina ...
the coming of the baby has opened ... has its origins in the African-Yoruba ... variant form of Adesina ...
defender of men ... of Old Greek origin ... variant transcription of Alexandra ... not listed in the top 1000 ...
woman from the Andes ... has its origins in the Latin language ... irregularly used as a baby girl name ...
of English origin ... In Arthurian legend, the mother of Alisander ... infrequently used as a baby name for ...
a distinguished lady ...has its origins in the Welsh language ... not often used as a baby girl name ...
queen mother, pure, incandescent ... largely used in English and it is ... variant transcription of Candace ...
brave, tribe, clan, fight ... of Germanic origin and it is used ... variant form of Kunigunde ...
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