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Gender: Male Meaning of Royce: "son of the king" Origin of Royce: English Royce's Popularity in 2018: #436

The name Royce is a boy's name of English origin meaning "son of the king". Royce is ranked #436 on our popularity charts and is often added to lists like Soap Opera Baby Names and discussed in our forums with posts like "Boys Makeover- Two Middles".

From the experts:

It may seem like an indecisive cross between Roy and Reece, but Royce was fairly popular in the 1930s and '40s. It has seen a resurgence in recent years, helped by some well-known athlete bearers. The Latin pop singer Prince Royce also has brought renown to the name. And some aspirational parents may see the name as a way to associate with the Rolls-Royce brand.

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Famous People Named Royce

Pop Culture References for the name Royce

Roy, Royz, Roice

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Comments

eveyalecia Says:

2017-01-24T20:00:45

Seriously? THIS is where you would start?

orphanedhanyou Says:

2014-09-15T11:37:06

there are far worse names out there, but I don't like the car connection. prefer Roy (my uncles name), think it deserves a lot more attention. short, masculine I love it.

bailibsmum Says:

2014-09-15T11:03:12

Since watching R.I.P.D I actually like the name Roycephus :)

Navicular Says:

2014-09-15T08:42:00

Wow. There is so much dislike for this name. I disagree with the description (which sounds biased in my opinion). Roy is awful far worse than Royce.
My brother has this name and everyone I've met loves it.

NaomiNY Says:

2014-05-29T15:48:16

Isn't this a car? Rolls Royce?

Rush1986 Says:

2014-05-29T14:52:35

"Make up your mind: Roy or Reece, but not both" this sums it up pretty perfectly.

lesliemarion Says:

2014-04-10T00:32:10

I don't believe in outlawing names, but if I did, this is where I would start.