Boy Names that Contain "mon"

"mon" names are somewhat popular as baby girl names. The names' popularity increased from the 1900s up to the 1970s; before that, they were of modest use only. Their usage peaked in 1973 with 0.613% of baby girls being given "mon" names. Within the top 1000 baby names then, there were 6 "mon" names. The names have slipped in popularity since then. In 2018, their total usage was 0.202% with 6 "mon" names listed among the top 1000. Among all "mon" names, Harmony (English) was the most widely used, with a ranking of #175 and a usage of 0.0904%.

origin and use are both in the English language ... uncommon as a baby girl name ...
a highly prized stone ...The origin of Almondeane is Latin ... variant transcription of Almodine ...
a highly prized stone ... has its origins in the Latin language ... variant form of Almodine ...
a highly prized stone ... has its origins in the Latin language ... variant transcription of Almodine ...
a highly prized stone ... origin is Latin ... form of Almodine ... infrequently used as a baby name ...
origin is English ... derivative of Almond ... not often used as a baby girl name ...
a highly prized stone ... origin is Latin ... variant form of Almodine ... not widely used as a baby name for ...
the blameless one ... derived from Old Greek origins ... seldom used as a baby name for girls ...
she who is victorious over men ...has its origins in the Old Greek language ...
windflower ... used mostly in English and Greek ... of Old Greek origin ... not in the top 1000 names ...
defensive army ... language of origin is Germanic ... not commonly used as a baby girl name ...
a chestnut color of brown ...The origin of Armona is Hebrew ... uncommon as a baby name for girls ...
a chestnut color of brown ... derived from Hebrew origins ... variant of Armona ...
harmony ...is derived from Spanish origins ... rare as a baby girl name ... not ranked within the top 1000 ...
a chestnut color of brown ... language of origin is Hebrew ... variant of Armona ...
fruit garden, fruitful land, song ... language of origin is Hebrew and it is ... variant of Carmen ...
fruit garden, fruitful land, song ... has its origins in the Hebrew language ... derivative of Carmen ...
charm, coral, maiden, virgin ... origin is English ... form of Charmaine ... not popular as a baby girl name ...
primarily used in English and it ... not popular as a baby girl name ... not in the top 1000 names ...
princess ... of Hebrew origin and it is also ... an infrequently used baby name for ...
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