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1 MarkMark is popularly used as a male given name in English language or many European countries. Originally, it was from old Latin "Mart-kos" meaning "consecrated to the god Mars", "God of war" or "to be warlike". This name Mark is formed from Marcus. The author of the second Gospel in the New Testament was Saint Mark, He is the patron saint of Venice.
2 Paulsmall or modest
3 Charlesa non-noble freeman
4 CraigDwells at the crag. From the Celtic word meaning rock or crag.
5 FrankA diminutive of the Latin Francis, meaning Frenchman or free one. Famous bearer: American singer Frank Sinatra.
6 ScottFrom Scotland; a Gael. Surname.
7 BruceThick 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.
8 RossPromontory. From the peninsula. A Scottish place name and surname.
9 Ralphwolf
10 Keithforest, forest
11 Carlmeans the same as guy
12 WadeFord (as in river crossing); 'Advancer'; Medieval given name from Scandinavian mythology.
13 RoyKing; regal.
14 Chrisanointed
15 Larsthe award-winning
16 Guywood, forest, forest
17 BradDiminutive of Bradley: Broad clearing in the wood. From a surname and place name based on the Old English words for broad clearing and broad wood. Famous Bearer: Movie star Brad (Bradley) Pitt.
18 Karla non-noble freeman
19 Nickvictor by the people, loved by all
20 সানজিদ
21 DaleLives in the valley. Surname.
22 Marcson of Mars
23 SamDiminutive of Samson: Sun child; bright sun.
24 Kaykeyholder
25 NeilVariant of Neill: Champion.
26 ZeynHandsome, beautiful
27 Gagea pledge, a pawn
28 KurtDiminutive of the German variant of Conrad: Bold counsel. Honest advisor.
29 Bobbeautifully by fame
30 JensGod is gracious
31 GlennDerived from the Gaelic 'gleana', meaning valley. Used both as a surname and given name. Famous bearer: Canadian actor Glenn Ford.
32 KirkFrom the church.
33 SethAnointed; compensation. Seth was the third son of Adam and Eve. Eve considered him to be a replacement for her dead son, Abel.
34 Rickruler King
35 WyattGuide; wide; wood. Famous Bearer: Wild west hero and frontier marshal Wyatt Earp (1848-1929).
36 Chadhappy
37 Perrock
38 NielsThe horned
39 DougDiminutive of Douglas: Dark water. In the seventeenth century, this name was as popular for girls as for boys.
40 LloydGrey. One with grey hair. In common use as both a surname and first name.
41 ChanceFortune; a gamble. Variant of Chauncey.
42 Bertbeautifully by noble behavior
43 Dirkpowerful among the people
44 Fredpowerful protector
45 GlenDerived from the Gaelic 'gleana', meaning valley. Used both as a surname and given name. Famous bearer: American singer Glen Campbell.
46 TroyTroy derives from the ancient Greek city of Troy; also from an Irish surname meaning 'soldier.'.
47 Billwith the will as strong as a helmet
48 GregDiminutive of Gregory, meaning 'on the watch'. Often used as an independent name.
49 ChaseHuntsman.
50 SageHealing herb
51 Ulfwolf
52 SaadHappiness
53 Dickpowerful among the people
54 ClaudeFrom the Roman clan name Claudius, derived from the latin meaning lame. F: Claudette, Claudia, Claudine.
55 Luukfrom Lucania, light
56 SvenBoy, Young Man
57 WillShall
58 StarrRigid
59 B
60 GeertStrong with the spear
61 RhysArdour; rashness.
62 GrantOriginally a Scottish surname derived from the French 'grand', meaning tall or great. Now common both as a surname and given name. Famous bearer: American President Ulysses S. Grant.
63 JobPersecuted. In the Old Testament, Job was remembered for his great patience ('the patience of Job').
64 BrettA native of Brittany: (France) or Britain: (England). Derived from the surname Breton or Briton, Brett and Bret became popular first names after 19th-century US writer Bret Harte. Brett became very popular in Australia in the mid-20th century.
65 Morne
66 Poop
67 DaveDiminutive of David: Beloved or friend, adopted from the Hebrew. David was a common name of Scottish kings in the Middle Ages.
68 Kaleshapely, clean
69 ReeseArdent; fiery.
70 Pjorn
71 Bramfather of many nations
72 MitchWho is like God
73 ReeceArdent; fiery.
74 HansYahweh is gracious
75 Renz
76 Djose
77 Fat
78 EarlNobleman. Based on the English title of Earl. Famous bearer: jazz pianist Earl 'Fatha' Hines;.
79 CliveCliff. Lives at the cliffs. From an English surname and place name. Famous bearer 18th century British soldier and statesman Robert Clive was known as 'Clive of India'.Lives at the cliffs.
80 FoxThe crafty mammal with russet-colored fur
81 GijsIntelligent.
82 VicVictor
83 MilfredClaimed as a combination of Mil-Camil from (name of the grandfather) and fred from Alfred or Manfred.
84 JarredDescendant
85 Bartbright or shiny
86 ಚೇತನ
87 Joostnickname for the Devil
88 Trân
89 StijnA German name related to stone, meaning `stone weapon'. An abbreviation of Augustinus, Constantinus and others.
90 Leart
91 ಶ್ರೇಯಸ್
92 SierkPowerful
93 BrynnFrom the hill.
94 Mirnes
95 BlakeDark; dark-haired. Can also mean the reverse: 'fair; pale.' Blakeman.
96 ClarkMasculinity
97 Daxwater
98 Bruh
99 Rensthe award-winning
100 NealVariant of Neill: Champion.

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