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Popular Dutch boy names

#Name Meaning
1 AaronLofty; exalted; high mountain. Biblically, Aaron was Moses' older brother (and keeper by God's command). He was first high priest of the Israelites, remembered for the miraculous blossoming of his staff or rod.
2 Albertbeautifully by noble behavior
3 AlexAbbreviation of the Greek name Alexander, meaning defender of mankind. The name is common among English, German and Dutch speakers.
4 AlexanderGuardian
5 Andre
6 Andrémanlike, manly, brave
7 AnthonyAnthony(or Antony) is a given name for men. It originates from a Roman family name 'Antonius'. Its full name is Marcus Antonius means Mark Antony in English. The name appears in many countries in different forms like Antoine in French, Antonio in Spanish and Italian, António or Antônio in Portuguese, Anton in Russian, etc. Anthony means "flower", which came from a Greek word "anthos".
8 Ariecoming from or resident of Adria
9 ArjanFrom Adria
10 ArjenOne from the city of Adria
11 ArneHe who reigns as an Eagle
12 ArnoHe who reigns as an Eagle
13 ArthurFrom the Roman clan name Artorius, meaning noble, courageous. Famous bearer: Legendary sixth century King Arthur of Britain and his Round Table of knights. This legend dates to the early 9th century.
14 Bartbright or shiny
15 BasMajestic
16 Benson of happiness
17 Benjaminson of happiness
18 Bertbeautifully by noble behavior
19 Bjornbear
20 Bobbeautifully by fame
21 Bramfather of many nations
22 BrentDerived from a surname and place name; based on the Old English words for high place, steep hill, or burnt. Used occasionally as a first name in North America since the 1930s.
23 Brianhigh
24 BryanBryan is a name that is usually given to boys. It is a variant of the name Brian. It comes from an Old Celtic language word meaning "high", or "noble".
25 Casfrom Lucania, light
26 Caspertreasurer
27 CedricCedric was a character in Sir Walter Scott's 1819 novel Ivanhoe. Possibly derived from a misspelling of Cerdic, a 6th-century king of Wessex, or from the Welsh Cedrych, meaning bounty-pattern.
28 CeesThe horned
29 Chrisanointed
30 Christiaananointed
31 CoenExperienced in counseling
32 ColinA variant of Nicholas, which means 'people's victory', from a French diminutive.
33 DaanComes from the name Daniel. Hebrew: `my judge is G-d'. Name of one of the four prophets from the first testament. Because of his ability to explain dreams, Daniel was given an influential position at the court. Holy name: Daniel the Stylite, a Greek sain
34 Damianrestrain
35 DaniMy judge is God, Near, near
36 DanielGod is my judge
37 DannyGod is my judge
38 DaveDiminutive of David: Beloved or friend, adopted from the Hebrew. David was a common name of Scottish kings in the Middle Ages.
39 DavidDavid is a both used as a male given name and a surname, and is mostly a given name in English and French Hebrew origin. The name was derived from the Hebrew name "Dawid", which means "Darling" or "Beloved". David is often shortened to "Dave/Davey/Davie/Davy". David was the second and greatest of the kings of Israel in the 10th century BC.
40 DavyDiminutive of David: Beloved or friend, adopted from the Hebrew. David was a common name of Scottish kings in the Middle Ages.
41 Dennisfertility
42 Dimitrison of Demeter
43 Dirkpowerful among the people
44 DouweDove
45 Driesmanlike, manly, brave
46 DylanSon of the wave, born near the sea, influence. Famous bearers: Welsh poet Dylan Thomas, American folk singer Bob Dylan.
47 Eddywealth, guardian of the property
48 Edwinrich friend
49 EmielGentle, friendly, competitor
50 Ericruler of the Law
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Popular Dutch girl names

#Name Meaning
1 Agneschaste, pure, holy
2 AlexandraFeminine of Alexander. Defender of mankind.
3 AliciaOf noble birth
4 AmandaFrom the Latin word amanda, meaning "lovable." Literary; poets and playwrights brought this name into popular usage in the seventeenth century.
5 AmberA jewel name that became popular in the 19th century, from the name of the yellowish resin used in jewellery-making. Used regularly since the publication of 2Oth century writer Kathleen Winsor's novel 'Forever Amber. '.
6 AmyDearly loved; Beloved. From the Old French Amee, which derives from the Latin amatus meaning loved. In common use after publication of American Louisa May Alcott's 'Little Women'.
7 Andreamanlike, manly, brave
8 AngelaFeminine form of Angelo: Messenger of God; angel.
9 Angelique
10 AnitaGracious, sweet and bitter, sad
11 AnjaFinnish and Slovene version of the given name Anna.
12 AnkeDutch form of Anne.
13 AnnaGracious, sweet and bitter, sad
14 Annecharming, gracious
15 AnnekeLittle Ann
16 Anneliescharming, gracious
17 AnnemarieGracious, sweet and bitter, sad
18 AnnemiekeGracious, sweet and bitter, sad
19 AnnikaVariant of Ann: A variant of Hannah introduced to Britain in the 13th century, made popular in the 14th century by the cult of St Anne. The form of the name varies with fashion:.
20 AnoukFavor, Grace
21 AshleyLives in the ash tree grove. Derived from a surname and place name based on the Old English word for ash wood. Famous bearer: Ashley, the male character in Margaret Mitchell's popular 'Gone with the Wind'. Both a male and female name.
22 Astriddivine beauty
23 Barbara"Savage" or "wild"
24 BiancaWhite; shining. A variant of the French Blanche.
25 BoDiminutive of Beauregard: Respected; regarded highly (literal translation is Beautiful/handsome gaze). Also a variant of Beau: Handsome.
26 Brendasword
27 BrigitteVariant of Bridget: Derived from the Irish name Brighid, meaning 'the high one' or 'strength.' Brighid was a mythological Celtic goddess of fire and poetry. This name has been used regularly in the British Isles since the 17th century.'Strength.
28 BrittBrit. A native of Brittany: (France) or Britain: (England).
29 Carlameans the same as guy
30 CarmenGarden. The Spanish form of the Hebrew Carmel. Famous bearer: Bizet's opera 'Carmen', first performed in 1875.
31 Carolinemeans the same as guy
32 ChantalSong
33 CharlotteDiminutive of Charlotte: A feminine form of Charles, meaning man or manly. Alternate meaning, tiny and feminine.
34 ChayenneThis name goes back to the band Chayenne. The origin of the name is unknown, it is possible to link Cheyenne.
35 Cheyennecapital of Wyoming
36 CindyDimunitive of Cynthia, Lucinda, and Cinderella.
37 Claudialame
38 CynthiaFrom Kinthos
39 Dagmarpeace
40 DaisyDay's eye, from the old English. Also a flower name. Also a translation of the French Marguerite, and used as a pet form of Margaret. The use of Daisy in the chorus of the song A bicycle built for two made the name Daisy famous.
41 DanaMy judge is God
42 DanielleGod is my judge
43 DaniqueGod is my judge
44 DaphneVictory.
45 DeborahBee. Deborah was the Biblical prophetess who summoned Barak to battle against an army of invaders. After the battle she wrote a victory song which is part of the Book of Judges.
46 DemiAbbreviation of Demetria - the mythological goddess of corn and harvest.
47 Denisefertility
48 Desireethe required
49 DianaFrom the Greek goddess of the moon.
50 DominiqueOf the Lord. From the Latin Dominic. This French spelling is used primarily for girls.
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