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  • Fionn

  • Warren

  • Olin

  • Valor

  • Toivo

    Finnish

  • Gjon

    Albanian

  • Usko

    Finnish

  • Seoc

    Gaelic

  • Kees

    Apparently pronounced like CASE; Dutch.

  • Luka

    Slovenian

  • Roar

    http://www.nordicnames.de/wiki/Roar

  • Rowan

    Irish/English

  • Prior

    Scottish - surname used as first name

  • Gillis

    Scottish

  • Asa

  • True

  • Alder

  • Daku

    Aboriginal

  • Wilde

  • Carlisle

    GENDER: Masculine USAGE: English PRONOUNCED: KAHR-liel

  • Carlyle

  • Wild

  • Caelan

  • Huckleberry

  • Ian

  • Indigo

  • Kinnon

  • Mackinnon

  • Lane

  • Whitaker

  • Vesa

    m Finnish Means "sprout, young tree" in Finnish.

  • Hazard

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hazard_Stevens

  • Jacob

  • Jaakkima

    Finnish. Pronounced a bit like YAHH-kim-uh

  • Xoán

  • Nölke

  • Hrafn

  • Eino

  • Byrne

  • Bendt

  • Finn

  • Flynn

  • Wilson

  • Yngve

  • Quinn

  • Colin

  • Calder

  • Søren

  • Solo

  • Cyriak

    for Saint Cyriacus, the Recluse. He was born in Corinth in 449. As a young man he went to Palestine and became a monk, joining St. Euthymius the Great. Afterwards he was a disciple of St. Gerasimus near the Dead Sea. Cyriakus inhabited several monasteries. His favourite home was St Chariton's Cave in the wilderness of Tekoa. There Cyriakus died in 557. - The Greek liturgy has his feast on Sept 29. The AA. SS, place his death in 556. http://www.eparhija-prizren.com/en/news/celebration-st-kyriaks-day-miholdan-velika-hoca Alternate spelling Kyriak. Cyriak is a rare name, but it does occur. Bubak's book of given names > (Ksie~ga Naszych Imion) lists it, from Latin Cyriacus from Greek > Kyriakos (belonging to the Lord), with the English version being Cyriac. >

  • Theoden

    A fantastic name, even if it's from The Lord of the Rings.

  • Truett

    Easy to say, tough-sounding consonant-rich ending, and a sweet TRUE nickname. I like it.

  • Dónal

  • Elias

  • Ezra

  • Nikitas

  • Nikita

  • Amias

    Pronounce the i as an i, not an e.

  • Xurxo

  • Aitor

  • Kvothe

    Kvothe "pronounced nearly the same as 'Quothe' " -- character from Patrick Rothfuss' The Name of the Wind

  • Tukitaarvik

    In Inuktituk, Tukitaarvik means “a place to understand and be pointed in the right direction.”

  • Leander

  • Gray

  • Grey