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Boys Names

Origin

Meaning

Oakes Middle English The dweller by the Oak trees.
Oakley Middle English One who lives at the Oak tree meadow.
Obadiah Hebrew The servant of God.
Obelix Greek pillar of strength
Oberon   A character in William Shakespeare's A Midsummer Night's Dream.
Obert Teutonic Wealthy and bright.
Obiajulu African the heart is consoled
Ochen Ugandan one of the twins
Octavius Latin The eighth born.
Oddvar Norse the spear?s point
Odell Old Norse Wealthy.
Odern Aboriginal By the sea.
Odil French rich
Odin Old Norse The Scandinavian God of war.
Odion Nigerian first of twins
Odolf Teutonic A noble wolf.
Odon Hungarian wealthy protector
Odysseus Greek full of wrath
Ogden Old English From the valley of Oak trees.
Ogilvie Celtic From the high hill.
Ogilvy Old Scottish from the high peak
Oglesby Old English Awe-inspiring.
Oguz Hungarian arrow
Okan Turkish  
Okely Middle English One who lives at the Oak tree meadow.
Okko Finnish From the name Oscar.
Olaf Old Norse/Scandinavian Ancestor.
Olcay Turkish  
Oldrich Czech one with riches and power
Oleg Russian The name of an early prince of Kiev.
Oleos Spanish holy oil used in church
Olier Breton  
Olin Old English holly
Oliver Latin An Olive tree or branch. A symbol of peace.
Olivier   From Shakespeare's play As You Like It.
Ollie   An Olive tree or branch. A symbol of peace.
Omar Arabic First born son.
Omarjeet Hindu  
Ompoly Hungarian Ampleumian
Ond Hungarian tenth child
Onslow Old English The hill of the zealous one.
Onur Turkish  
Ora Latin/Polynesian Latin: Light, golden. Polynesian: Life. A boy or girl's name.
Orad Aboriginal Earth.
Oram Old English From the enclosure by the riverbank.
Oran Irish Gaelic Pale-skinned.
Orazio Italian From a Roman family name.
Orban Hungarian A city dweller.
Ordway Old English The spear fighter.
Orelious Orelius  
Oren Hebrew A tree. Also see Oran.
Orestes Greek A man of the mountain. A hero of Greek mythology.
Orfeo Italian A name from ancient mythology.
Orford Old English A dweller at the ford.
Orion Greek The son of light. The name of a constellation.
Orlan Old English From the pointed land. A boy or girl's name.
Orlando Italian Italian form of Roland. Famed throughout the land. The name of Shakespeare's hero in As You Like It.
Orman Old English spearman
Ormond Old English A spearman.
Ormos Hungarian like a cliff
Oroiti Polynesian The slow-footed one.
Orpheus Greek A name from ancient mythology.
Orran Irish Gaelic Pale-skinned.
Orren Irish Gaelic Pale-skinned.
Orrin Irish Gaelic Pale-skinned.
Orsen Old French from Latin A little bear.
Orsino   A little bear.
Orson Old French from Latin A little bear.
Orton Old English From the farm by the river.
Orville Old French Golden city.
Orvin Old English A spear friend.
Osaze Hebrew favoured by God
Osbert Old English Divinely bright or famous.
Osborn Old English A divine warrior.
Osborne Hebrew soldier of God
Oscar Old English A divine spearman.
Osgood Old Norse A pagan god.
Osip Russian God shall add.
Oskar German A divine spearman.
Oskari Finnish A divine spearman.
Osman Arabic An Ottoman Turk, or a servant of God.
Osmar Old English Divinely glorious.
Osmond Old English A divine protector.
Osric Old English A divine ruler.
Ossian Latin fawn
Oswald Old English Divinely powerful.
Oswin Old English A friend of God, or a divine friend.
Oszlar Hungarian  
Otello Italian Italian forms of Otto. Rich, prosperous.
Othello Italian Prosperous.
Otis Greek Keen of hearing.
Ottavio Italian The eighth born.
Otto Teutonic Rich, prosperous.
Otway Teutonic Fortunate in battle.
Ove Scandinavian A well-known Scandinavian name.
Ovid Latin lamb
Owen Welsh Well-born. Also a Welsh form of John (see Evan).
Oxford Old English From the ford of the oxen. An English university city.
Oxton Old English From the ox enclosure.
Oz Hebrew strength
Ozan Turkish  
Ozaner Turkish  
Ozias Old English From the ox enclosure.
Ozor Hungarian name of an ethnic group
Ozsvot Hungarian deity, might

P

Paavo Finnish Finnish form of Paul.
Pablo Spanish Small. Spanish form of Paul.
Pacifico Spanish from Latin Peaceful.
Packard Old English one who packs
Paco Native American Gold eagle. Also a Spanish nickname of Francis.
Paddy Latin Noble, wellborn. From the name Patrick.
Padget French A young attendant or page.
Padgett French A young attendant or page.
Padmakar Hindu  
Padraig Irish Gaelic Noble, wellborn.
Padruig Scottish Gaelic Noble, wellborn.
Page French A young attendant or page. A boy or girl's name.
Pahniro Latin Born on Palm Sunday.
Paige Old English/French A young child. French: A young attendant or page. A boy or girl's name.
Paine Old French A countryman.
Paki Egyptian a witness
Palani Hawaiian A free man.
Pallav Hindu  
Palmer Old English A palm-bearing pilgrim.
Palti Hebrew my escape
Pan   The Greek God of nature.
Pancho Spanish Tuft, plume.
Pancras Greek All-powerful. The name of an early saint.
Pancrazio Italian supreme ruler, all powerful
Pandarus   From Shakespeare's play Troilus & Cressida.
Pandita Hindu scholar
Pandya Hindu  
Pankaj Hindu lotus flower
Panos Greek a rock
Panthino   From Shakespeare's play Two Gentlemen of Verona.
Panyin Ghanese older of twins
Paolo Italian Italian form of Paul. Small.
Parag Hindu  
Paramartha Hindu great entity
Paras Hindu touchstone
Paris Greek A character in Greek mythology.
Park Old English From the park.
Parker Old English The park-keeper.
Parkin Old English Little Peter. A stone or rock.
Parlan Gaelic ploughman, farmer
Parolles   From Shakespeare's play All's Well that Ends Well.
Parr Old English A dweller by the cattle pen.
Parri Aboriginal A stream.
Parrish Old English From the church parish.
Parry Welsh The son of Harry. Army power, or ruler of the army.
Parsefal Old French To pierce the valley.
Parsifal Old French To pierce the valley.
Parth Hindu A name given to Arjun by Lord Krishna
Partha Hindu A name given to Arjun by Lord Krishna
Pasang Tibetan/Sherpa Born on a Friday. A boy or girl's name.
Pascal Latin Born at Easter.
Pat Latin Nobleman. The name of the patron saint of Ireland.
Patamon Native American raging
Patern Breton Padern, Padarn
Patony Hungarian  
Patrick Latin Nobleman. The name of the patron saint of Ireland.
Patroclus   From Shakespeare's play Troilus & Cressida.
Patton Old English A warrior.
Paul Latin Small. Also see Pollock.
Paulo African Place of rest.
Pavel Polish/Russian/Swedish Small. Also see Pollock.
Pax Latin Peace.
Paxton Old English From the estate of the warrior.
Payton Old English A dweller on the warrior's farm.
Pazman Hungarian right, man
Peace Latin peace
Pearce Greek A stone or rock. Also see Ferris, Parkin and Pierson.
Peder Greek stone
Pedr Welsh A stone or rock. Also see Ferris, Parkin and Pierson.
Pedrek Cornish/Welsh The name of a famous Celtic saint (Petroc).
Pedro Spanish A stone or rock. Also see Ferris, Parkin and Pierson.
Pedrog Cornish/Welsh The name of a famous Celtic saint (Petroc).
Pelin Turkish  
Pell Old English A scarf.
Pellegrin Hungarian pilgrim
Pelton Old English From the farm by a pool.
Pemba Tibetan/Sherpa Born on a Saturday.
Pembroke Celtic A broken hill.
Penley Old English From the enclosed meadow.
Penn Old English An enclosure or pen.
Penrice Cornish From the end of the ford.
Penrith Welsh The chief ford.
Penrod Teutonic A famous commander.
Penrose Cornish/Welsh The end or top of the moor.
Pentele Hungarian merciful, lion
Penwyn Welsh The fair-haired one.
Pepe Spanish God shall add.
Pepin Teutonic The petitioner, one who seeks a favour.
Pepper English from the pepper plant
Per Scandinavian Scandinavian form of Peter. A stone or rock.
Percival Old French To pierce the valley.
Percy Norman A Norman surname from a placename. Also from the name Percival.
Peregrine Latin A stranger or pilgrim. Also a type of falcon.
Pericles   From Shakespeare's play Pericles.
Peril Latin a trial or test
Perri English wanderer
Perry Old English/French The dweller by the pear tree. Also from the name Peregrine. A boy or girl's name.
Perth Celtic A thornbush thicket. Also cities in Scotland and Western Australia.
Pete   A rock.
Peter Greek A stone or rock. One of Christ?s apostles. Also see Ferris, Parkin and Pierson.
Petroc Cornish/Welsh The name of a famous Celtic saint.
Petruchio   From Shakespeare's play Taming of the Shrew.
Peverall French A piper.
Phelan Irish Gaelic As brave as a wolf.
Phelps Old English The son of Philip. A lover of horses.
Philario   A lover of horses. Also see Phelps and Phillips.
Philbert Teutonic Very bright.
Philemon Greek Loving.
Philip Greek A lover of horses. One of the new testament apostles. Also see Phelps and Phillips.
Phillip   A lover of horses. One of the new testament apostles. Also see Phelps and Phillips.
Phillips Old English The son of Philip. A lover of horses.
Philo Greek Loving.
Philostrate   From Shakespeare's play Midsummer-Night's Dream.
Philotus   From Shakespeare's play Timon of Athens.
Phineas Egyptian/Hebrew Egyptian: The Nubian (dark-skinned). Hebrew: An oracle.
Phoenix Greek The legendary bird that rose again from its own ashes. A boy or girl's name.
Phuoc Vietnamese good luck
Phuong Vietnamese destiny
Picerious Pi  
Pickford Old English From the ford at the peak.
Pierce Greek A stone or rock. Also see Ferris, Parkin and Pierson.
Piero Italian A stone or rock. Also see Ferris, Parkin and Pierson.
Pierpont French A stone bridge.
Pierre French A stone or rock. Also see Ferris, Parkin and Pierson.
Pierrot French A stone or rock. Also see Ferris, Parkin and Pierson.
Piers Greek A stone or rock. Also see Ferris, Parkin and Pierson.
Pierson English The son of Peter. A stone or rock.
Piet Dutch A stone or rock. Also see Ferris, Parkin and Pierson.
Pietro Italian A stone or rock. Also see Ferris, Parkin and Pierson.
Pilan Native American supreme essence
Pinch   From Shakespeare's play Comedy of Errors.
Pindan Aboriginal A desert.
Pindari Aboriginal From the high ground.
Pindarus   From Shakespeare's play Julius Caesar.
Pino Italian A lover of horses. From the name names such as Filippo. See Philip.
Pip   From the name Philip.
Piran Cornish A saint's name.
Pisanio   From Shakespeare's play Cymbeline.
Pistol   From Shakespeare's play Henry V and Merry Wives of Windsor.
Pita Maori Maori form of Peter. A stone or rock.
Pitney Old English Preserving one's island.
Pitt Old English From the hollow.
Pius Latin Pious, devout. The name of several Popes.
Piusz Hungarian Pious, Pius
Piyush Hindu  
Placido Latin Calm, quiet.
Plato Greek Strong shoulders.
Platon Greek broad-shouldered
Platt Old French From the flat land or plateau.
Pluto Greek The mythological God of the underworld.
Pol Irish Gaelic Small. Also see Pollock.
Polixenes   From Shakespeare's play Winter's Tale.
Pollock Old English Little Paul. Small.
Polonius   From Shakespeare's play Hamlet.
Pomeroy French From the apple orchard.
Pompey   From Shakespeare's play Measure for Measure.
Pongor Hungarian all might
Pontius Latin The fifth.
Porter French The gatekeeper.
Powell Welsh The son of Howell. The eminent one.
Powys Welsh A man from Powys, a Welsh county.
Prabhakar Hindu cause of lustre
Prabodh Hindu  
Pradeep Hindu light
Praful Hindu  
Prakash Sanskrit Light, or famous.
Pramana Indonesian Wisdom.
Pramath Hindu  
Pramsu Hindu A scholar
Pranav Hindu OM
Pranay Hindu love, romance
Prasad Sanskrit Brightness.
Prasanth Hindu  
Prasata Hindu father of Draupad
Prashant Hindu  
Prasoon Hindu  
Prassana Hindu cheerful
Pratap Hindu  
Pratik Hindu symbol
Pratyush Hindu  
Praveen Hindu proficient
Prayag Hindu  
Preetish Hindu  
Prem Sanskrit Love.
Prentice Old English Beginner, learning.
Prescott Old English Priest's cottage.
Presley Old English From the priest's meadow.
Preston Old English From the priest's farm or town.
Prewitt Old French valiant one
Priam Greek A mythological king of Troy.
Price Welsh The son of the loving man.
Primel Breton Primael, Privel
Primo Latin The firstborn son.
Prince Latin The first in rank.
Prior Latin The head of a monastery or priory.
Prithu Hindu first Ksatriya, son of Vena
Privrata Hindu son of Satarupa
Probert Welsh The son of Robert. Famous, bright fame.
Proctor Latin The administrator or manager.
Proculeius   From Shakespeare's play Antony & Cleopatra.
Prometheus Greek Forethought.
Prosper Latin Fortunate. Prosperous.
Prospero   From Shakespeare's play The Tempest.
Proteus Greek Changeable.
Pryce Welsh The son of the loving man.
Pryderi Welsh To care for.
Pryor Latin The head of a monastery or priory.
Ptolemy Greek Ptolem?us
Publius   From Shakespeare's play Julius Caesar and Titus Andronicus.
Puck   From Shakespeare's play Midsummer-Night's Dream.
Pulkit Hindu  
Pundarik Hindu white in colour
Puranjay Hindu  
Purujit Hindu conqueror of many
Purvis Old French The purveyor, provider.
Pusan Hindu a sage
Puskara Hindu  
Putnam Old English from the sire's estate

Q

Qadir Arabic Powerful.
Qasim Arabic One who shares or distributes.
Quasim Arabic one who divides goods among his people
Quemby Old Norse From the woman's estate.
Quennel French The one who lives at the little Oak tree.
Quentin Latin The fifth, as in the fifth-born child. A boy or girl's name.
Quigley Irish Gaelic A spinning distaff.
Quillan Irish Gaelic A cub.
Quilliam Gaelic Gaelic form of William. A strong and resolute protector.
Quimby Old Norse From the woman's estate.
Quinby Scandinavian from the queen?s estate
Quince   From Shakespeare's play Midsummer-Night's Dream.
Quincy Latin/French The fifth, as in fifth child. A boy or girl's name.
Quinlan Irish Gaelic Well-shaped, athletic.
Quinn Irish Gaelic Wise and intelligent. A boy or girl's name.
Quinney Gaelic The son of the crafty one.
Quintin Latin The fifth, as in the fifth-born child.
Quinton Latin The fifth, as in the fifth-born child.
Quintus Latin Fifth, as in the fifth child.
Quirce Spanish The name of a 4th-century martyr.
Quirino Spanish The name of a 4th-century martyr.

R

Rab Scottish Scottish nickname for Robert. Famous, bright fame.
Rabbie Scottish Scottish nickname for Robert. Famous, bright fame.
Rad Old English A counsellor. Also a diminutive of names beginning with `rad'.
Radborne Old English From the red brook or stream.
Radcliff Old English red cliff
Radcliffe Old English From the red cliff.
Radek Czech Glad.
Radford Old English From the red ford.
Radley Old English From the red meadow.
Radman Slavic joy
Radnor Old English From the red shore.
Radomor Hungarian happy, peace
Raeburn Teutonic dweller by the stream where does drink
Rafael German/Portuguese/Spanish God heals, or healed by God.
Rafe   An alternative form and pronunciation of Ralph. Also see Raphael.
Raffaele Italian God heals, or healed by God.
Rafferty Irish Gaelic Prosperous.
Rafi Arabic The exalted one.
Rafiq Arabic A companion, a friend.
Rafu Japanese A net.
Raghnall Irish A wise and powerful ruler. Also see Reginald, Reynold and Ronson.
Ragin Hindu  
Ragnar Scandinavian A wise warrior.
Rahman Arabic Merciful.
Rahul Hindu  
Raibeart Scottish Scottish Gaelic form of Robert. Famous, bright fame.
Raidon Japanese thunder God
Raimy Raimee  
Rainer German A wise warrior.
Rainier French A wise warrior.
Raivata Hindu a Manu
Raj Sanskrit A king.
Rajan Hindu  
Rajanikant Hindu  
Rajendra Sanskrit A mighty king.
Rajesh Hindu  
Rajiv Sanskrit Striped.
Rakesh Hindu  
Raleigh Old English The meadow of the Roe deer.
Ralph Old English Wolf counsellor. A fearless adviser. Also see Rolf and Rudolph.
Ralston Old English A dweller on Ralph's farm or estate.
Ram Hindu Lord Rama
Raman Hindu  
Ramanuja Hindu a saint
Rambert Teutonic Mighty and brilliant.
Rambures   From Shakespeare's play Henry V.
Ramelan Indonesian A prophecy.
Rameses Egyptian Born of the sun.
Ramesh Sanskrit ruler of Rama
Ramiro Spanish A great judge or adviser.
Ramon Spanish A wise or mighty protector.
Ramsay Old English An island of wild garlic. Most commonly used in Scotland.
Ramsden Old English The ram's valley.
Ramsey Old English ram?s land
Ranald Old English A wise and powerful ruler. Also see Reginald, Reynold and Ronson.
Rance French a kind of Belgian marble
Rand   A wolf-like shield. From the name Randolph.
Randal Old English A wolf-like shield.
Randall Old English A wolf-like shield.
Randell Old English A wolf-like shield.
Randie   A wolf-like shield or the admired one. A boy or girl's name.
Randolph Old English A wolf-like shield.
Randy   A wolf-like shield or the admired one. A boy or girl's name.
Ranen Hebrew joyous
Ranger Old French The keeper of the forest.
Rangi Maori/Polynesian Heaven or the sky. A boy or girl's name.
Ranjan Hindu  
Ranjeet Hindu  
Ranjit Sanskrit The delighted one.
Rankin Old English A little shield.
Ransford Old English From the ford of the raven.
Ransley Old English From the meadow of the Raven.
Ransom Old English A warrior's son.
Rantidev Hindu devotee of Narayana
Ranulf Old Norse Wolf-like advice.
Raoul French French form of Ralph.
Raphael Hebrew God has healed. One of the four archangels in the Bible.
Rarna Sanskrit Pleasing. An alternative name for the Hindu God Vishnu.
Rashid Arabic The well guided one a director.
Rashne Persian judge
Rasmus Greek Worthy of love.
Rastus Greek The loving one.
Rata Aboriginal/Polynesian Aboriginal: A plant. Polynesian: The name of a great chief. A boy or girl's name.
Ratri Hindu night
Rauf Arabic The compassionate one.
Raul Italian The counsel of the wolf. A fearless adviser. Also see Rolf and Rudolph.
Raven Old English a raven
Ravi Sanskrit Of the sun.
Ravid Hebrew The wanderer.
Ravindra Hindu  
Ravinger Old English ravine
Rawiri Maori Maori form of David. The beloved, the adored one.
Rawley Old English From the meadow of the Roe deer.
Rawlins Old English son of a little wise wolf
Rawly Old English From the meadow of the Roe deer.
Rawson Old English The son of the little wolf.
Ray Old French A stream or a king. A boy or girl's name.
Rayburn Old English From the deer brook.
Raymon Teutonic A wise or mighty protector.
Raymond Teutonic Wise protection.
Raynard Teutonic Brave, or a fox.
Rayner German A wise warrior.
Raynold Old English A wise and powerful ruler. Also see Reginald and Ronald.
Razi African secret
Read Old English Red-haired.
Reading Old English Son of the redheaded one.
Reagan   Wise.
Rearden Irish Gaelic A royal poet.
Reardon Irish Gaelic A royal poet.
Rebel Latin The rebellious one. A boy or girl's name.
Redford Old English From the red ford.
Redman Old English A protector, an adviser.
Redmond Irish A wise or mighty protector.
Redmund Teutonic A wise or mighty protector.
Reece Welsh Ardent.
Reed Old English Red-haired.
Reede Old English Red-haired.
Rees Welsh Ardent.
Reese Welsh ardent one
Reeve Old English A steward.
Regan Irish Gaelic The descendant of a king. A boy or girl's name.
Regin Old Norse A figure from mythology.
Reginald Old English A wise and powerful ruler. Also see Reynold and Ronald.
Regis French Ruler, king.
Rego Hungarian  
Rehan Arabic  
Reid Old English Red-haired.
Reilly Irish Gaelic/Old English Irish Gaelic: Valiant. Old English: A Rye meadow.
Reinhard German Brave, or a fox.
Reinhold German A wise and powerful ruler. Also see Reginald and Ronald.
Remington Old English From the farm of ravens.
Remus Latin Fast. In legend, one of the brothers who founded Rome.
Remy French from Latin An oarsman.
Renaldo Spanish A wise and powerful ruler. Also see Reginald, Reynold and Ronson.
Renard Teutonic Brave, or a fox.
Renaud French Brave, or a fox.
Rendor Hungarian policeman
Rene Latin Reborn. A boy or girl's name.
Renfred Old English Mighty but peaceful.
Renfrew Celtic From the still river.
Rennard Teutonic Brave, or a fox.
Renny Irish Gaelic Small but powerful. A boy or girl's name.
Renshaw Old English From the forest of the Ravens.
Reuben Hebrew Behold a son. One of Jacob?s sons in the Bible.
Reuel Hebrew Friend of God.
Rex Latin A king. Also see Ray and Roy.
Rey Old French A king. Also see Raymond, Rex and Roy.
Reynaldo   From Shakespeare's play Hamlet.
Reynard Teutonic Brave, or a fox.
Reynold Old English A wise and powerful ruler. Also see Reginald and Ronald.
Rezse Hungarian  
Rhett English Possibly a form of Rhys, but most likely invented for Margaret Mitchell's character, Rhett Butler, in Gone with the Wind.
Rhisiart Welsh Brave and strong.
Rhodes Greek The place of roses. The name of an Aegean island.
Rhodri Welsh The ruler of the wheel.
Rhun Welsh Grand.
Rhydwyn Welsh A dweller by the white ford.
Rhys Welsh Ardent.
Rian Irish Gaelic A little king.
Ric Old Norse Honourable ruler. From the name Eric and Richard.
Richard Teutonic Brave and strong.
Richman Old English A powerful protector.
Rick   Brave and strong. From the name Eric and Richard.
Ricker Old English A powerful army.
Rico Spanish noble ruler
Rider Old English A horseman or knight.
Ridgeway Old English From the ridge road.
Ridgley Old English From the meadow's ridge.
Ridley Old English From the cleared wood.
Rigby Old English The valley of the ruler.
Rigg Old English From the ridge.
Rikard Scandinavian Brave and strong.
Rikin Hindu  
Riley Irish Gaelic/Old English Irish Gaelic: Valiant. Old English: A Rye meadow. A boy or girl's name.
Rimon Arabic pomegranite
Rinaldo Italian A wise and powerful ruler. Also see Reginald, Reynold and Ronson.
Ring Old English A ring.
Ringo Old English A bell-ringer.
Ringo Japanese Apple
Rinzen Tibetan/Sherpa The holder of intellect. A boy or girl's name.
Riordan Irish Gaelic A royal poet.
Ripley Old English From the shouter's meadow.
Rishab Hindu the musical note Re
Rishi Hindu  
Rishley Old English from the wild meadow
Rishon Hebrew first
Risley Old English From the brushwood meadow.
Riston Old English From the brushwood farm.
Ritchell Vietnamese nasty, gross
Ritchie Teutonic Brave and strong.
Ritter Teutonic A knight.
Rivers Latin, French stream of water
Rizal Philippino Rizzy
Roald Old Norse A famous ruler. A Norwegian form of Ronald.
Roan Irish Gaelic Little red-haired one.
Roarke Irish Gaelic A famed ruler.
Rob   Famous, bright fame.
Robert Teutonic Famous, bright fame.
Robertson   The son of Robert. Famous, bright fame.
Robi Hungarian shining with fame
Robin English A small bird. A boy or girl's name.
Robinson English The son of Robert or Robin. Famous, bright fame.
Robyn English A small bird. A boy or girl's name.
Rocco Teutonic To rest.
Rochester Old English A rocky fortress, or camp on the rocks.
Rock Old English From the rock.
Rockley Old English From the rocky meadow.
Rockwell Old English From the rocky well or spring.
Rocky Teutonic To rest.
Rod Teutonic A renowned ruler.
Rodd   A renowned ruler.
Roddie Teutonic A renowned ruler.
Roddy Teutonic A renowned ruler.
Roden Old English From the valley of the reeds. A boy or girl's name.
Roderick Teutonic A renowned ruler.
Roderigo Italian/Spanish A renowned ruler.
Rodman Teutonic A famous hero.
Rodney English Land near the water.
Rodolf Duch/German A famous wolf. Also see Ralph and Rolf.
Rodolfo Italian/Spanish A famous wolf. Also see Ralph and Rolf.
Rodrigo Italian/Spanish A renowned ruler.
Rodrigue French A renowned ruler.
Rodwell Old English From the Christian's well.
Rogan Irish Gaelic The red-haired one.
Rogelio Spanish beautiful one
Roger Teutonic A famous spearman or warrior.
Rohan Sanskrit Little red-haired one.
Rohit Hindu red color
Rokus Hungarian  
Roland Teutonic Famed throughout the land.
Roldan English powerful, mighty
Rolf Teutonic The famous wolf. Also see Ralph and Rudolph.
Rollo Teutonic From the famed land.
Roly Old English From the rough meadow.
Roman Latin A citizen of Rome.
Romeo Latin A pilgrim to Rome. A famous Shakespearian character.
Romney Welsh A curving river. A place name from Kent, England.
Romulus Latin One of the legendary brothers who founded Rome.
Ronak Hindu  
Ronald Old English A wise and powerful ruler. Also see Reginald, Reynold and Ronson.
Ronan Irish Gaelic Little seal. A boy or girl's name.
Rongo Maori/Polynesian The God of rain and fertility.
Roni Hebrew My joy.
Ronin Japanese Samurai without a master
Ronit Hebrew/Irish Gaelic Hebrew: A song. Irish Gaelic: Prosperity.
Ronson Old English The son of Ronald. A wise and powerful ruler.
Rooney Irish Gaelic Red-haired.
Roosevelt Dutch field of roses
Roper Old English A ropemaker.
Rory Irish Gaelic The red king. A boy or girl's name.
Roscoe Old Norse From the Deer forest.
Rosencrantz   From Shakespeare's play Hamlet.
Roshan Persian Splendid. One who emanates light. A boy or girl's name.
Roslin Old French The small red-haired one.
Ross Scottish Gaelic Woody meadow.
Roswald Teutonic A mighty horse.
Roth German red-haired
Rothwell Old Norse From the red well or spring.
Rourke Irish Gaelic A famed ruler.
Routledge Old English From the red pool.
Rowell Old English From the deer spring.
Rowland Teutonic From the famed land.
Rowley Old English From the rough meadow.
Rowse Cornish From the heathland.
Rowson Old English The son of the red-haired man.
Roxbury Old English From the rock fortress.
Roy Old French/Scottish Gaelic Old French: A king. Scottish Gaelic: The red one. From the mane Royce, Royston and other similar names. Also see Ray and Rex.
Royce Old English The son of the king.
Roydon Old English From the hill of Rye.
Royston Old English An English placename.
Ruark Irish Gaelic A famed ruler.
Ruben Hebrew Behold a son. One of Jacob?s sons in the Bible.
Rubens Portuguese Behold a son. One of Jacob?s sons in the Bible.
Rubin Hebrew Behold a son. One of Jacob?s sons in the Bible.
Ruchir Hindu  
Rudd Old English Of a ruddy complexion.
Rudi Teutonic A famous wolf. Also see Ralph and Rolf.
Rudolph Teutonic A famous wolf. Also see Ralph and Rolf.
Rudy Teutonic A famous wolf. Also see Ralph and Rolf.
Rudyard Old English From the red enclosure.
Ruel Hebrew Friend of God.
Rufford Old English From the rough ford.
Rufus Latin Red-haired.
Rugby   From Shakespeare's play Merry Wives of Windsor.
Ruhinda Caymanian Prince of Cows
Rumford Old English From the wide ford.
Runako African handsome
Rune Old Norse Secret lore.
Rupert Teutonic Famous, bright fame. Also see Hopkin, Robert, Robertson and Robinson.
Rupesh Hindu  
Rurik Russian/Scandinavian Russian and Scandinavian form of Roderick. A renowned ruler.
Rush French red-haired
Rushford Old English From the ford with rushes.
Ruskin Teutonic The small red-haired one.
Russ   Red head. From the name Russell.
Russel Old French, Old English red-haired; fox-like
Russell Old French Red head.
Rusty   Red head. From the name Russell.
Rutger Dutch A famous spearman or warrior.
Rutherford Old English From the cattle ford.
Rutland Old Norse From the stump land.
Rutledge Old English From the red pool.
Rutley Old English From the stump meadow.
Ry   From the name Rylan and Ryman.
Ryan Irish Gaelic A little king.
Rycroft Old English From the Rye field.
Ryder Old English A horseman or knight.
Rylan Old English From the Rye land.
Ryle Old English From the hill of Rye.
Ryley Irish Gaelic/Old English Irish Gaelic: Valiant. Old English: A Rye meadow.
Rylie Old English A small stream.
Ryman Old English A rye seller.
Ryoichi Japanese first son of Ryo
Ryozo Japanese third son of Ryo
Ryton Old English From the rye farm.
Ryuichi Japanese first son of Ryu