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Boys Names: Adjectives and Nouns

Here is a list of names bestowed upon American males in 2011 that are adjective and nouns. Just like the Girls Adjective and Nouns list, months of the year, seasons and birds’ names are excluded, as well as some of the regular English words already commonly accepted as proper first names, although on this list we did include Hale, because it seemed more than coincidental that exactly 20 boys were named Hale and 20 were named Hearty. Twins maybe?

Be that as it may, there is also the possibility that at least some, if not all, of the 6 boys named Brain were really named Brian. Any Brian, even anyone who has ever lived with a Brian who gets mail, will surely agree with that. Typos happen on birth records and they are later corrected.

Some of these names also appear on the girls list, making them unisex names. There were 54 Messiahs on the girls list, but no Demons.

Over 1000:

1602 – Chance
1597 – Drake
1301 – Cash

100-1000

950 – Colt
722 – King
635 – River
634 – Maverick
544 – Prince
502 – Justice
431 – Trace
422 – Kale
368 – Messiah
362 – Sincere
352 – Case
331 – Marquis
312 – Maxim
261 – Blaze
258 – Eden
215 – Legend
208 – Crew
196 – Major
162 – Bishop
147 – Royal
146 – Duke
141 – Jet
133 – Dash
133 – Ever
133 – Haven
130 – Baron
127 – Rowdy
121 – Diesel
119 – Canon
118 – Coy
100 – Canyon

50-99

91 – Nobel
86 – Fox
85 – Bear
78 – Cadence
76 – Seven
74 – Sky
71 – Ledger
69 – Ransom
68 – Ocean
68 – Rider
62 – Wilder
60 – Knowledge
59 – Journey
57 – Cedar
56 – Onyx
55 – Banks
54 – Ash
54 – Blade
54 – Rivers
53 – Cage
53 – Sunny
52 – Cache
52 – Earnest
51 – Baker
51 – Lake
51 – Scout
51 – Storm

The number to the right of each name signifies the number of births attributed to the name in 2011. Continue to Page 2 for more names.

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