Showing 1761 - 1780 of 1983 results. Page: 89 of 100
# Name Origin Meaning Gender Save

1761 Bronson Anglo-Saxon Son of the dark man. M
1762 Bronson English Son of a dark man. M
1763 Bronson German Brown's son. M
1764 Bronsonn English Variant of Bronson: Son of a dark man. M
1765 Bronsson English Variant of Bronson: Son of a dark man. M
1766 Brook English Lives by the stream. M
1767 Brooke English Lives by the stream. M
1768 Brookes English Variant of Brook: Brook; stream. M
1769 Brooks English Variant of Brook: Brook; stream. M

1770 Brookson English Son of Brooke. M
1771 Brooksone English Son of Brooke. M
1772 Bror Scandinavian Diminutive of Broder: Brother. M
1773 Brothaigh Gaelic From Brodie. M
1774 Brougher English Lives at the fortress. M
1775 Broughton English From the fortress town. M
1776 Brown English Brown (colour name). M
1777 Bruce English Thick brush. Surname since medieval times; now a common given name. Folklore tale of 14th century Robert King of Scotland: (the Bruce) who learned the value of perseverance from watching a spider spin a web. M
1778 Bruce French From Brys. M
1779 Bruce Scottish Surname since medieval times; now a common given name. Folklore tale of 14th century Robert King of Scotland: ('the Bruce') who learned the value of perseverance from watching a spider spin a web. M
1780 Brucey English Diminutive of Bruce: Thick brush. Surname since medieval times; now a common given name. Folklore tale of 14th century Robert King of Scotland: (the Bruce) who learned the value of perseverance from watching a spider spin a web. M