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Capricorn boys names

22nd March 2007 |By | 1 Comment


Keywords for choosing a name for a Capricorn baby

Symbol: The Goat: mountains, agility
Planet: Saturn: father, maturity, wise, dark, old
Timing: Night, winter: months of December and January, Christmas
Element: Earth: barren hillsides, woods, stony mountains
Quality: Cardinal: initiating, willing to change
Traits: Serious, cautious, ordered, traditional
Appearance: Dark skinned or dark‐haired, bearded
Other links: Powerful, successful, noble; rocks, forests

Names for Capricorn Boys

Name Origin Meaning
Hebrew exalted, high mountain
Abraham Hebrew father of a multitude
Aldous Teutonic old, wise or great
Altman Teutonic an old or wise man
Algernon French bearded
Aram Hebrew from the heights
Bertram Teutonic a bright raven, illustrious one
Bran Celtic raven
Clifton Old English dweller by the cleft rock
Old English settlement on the summit
Clive Old English cliff
Colby Old Norse from the dark country
Old English/Teutonic dark and swarthy
Old French a raven
Craig Scottish Gaelic a rock or crag
Old French dark
Dolan Irish Gaelic dark‐haired
Donald Scottish Gaelic the dark ruler of the world
Donahue Irish Gaelic a warrior dressed in brown
Donelly Gaelic the dark brave one
Donovan Irish Gaelic dark warrior
Dougal Gaelic a dark stranger
Douglas Scottish Gaelic from the dark stream
Doyle Gaelic a dark stranger
Irish Gaelic a little dark one
Duff Scottish dark‐haired
Dunbar Gaelic a dark branch
Duncan Scottish Gaelic dark‐skinned warrior
Dunstan Old English from the dark hill
Ebenezer Hebrew the rock of help
Eldridge Old English from the alder tree ridge
Emil Teutonic industrious
Ethan Hebrew steadfast, long lived
Flint Old English a hard stone
Giles Greek a young goat
Gordon Scottish Gaelic triangular hill
Graham Old English from the grey homestead
Hamilton Old English from the crooked hill
Harel Hebrew God’s mountain
Teutonic dweller by the ledge or dark forest
Heathcliff English from the heath on the cliff
Heath Old English high plain
Hutton Old English from the farm on the hill
Hollis Old English from the grove of holly
Ingram Teutonic the raven
Jethro Hebrew excellence
Kane Irish Gaelic dark, warlike
Kean Irish Gaelic the ancient one
Keenan Irish Gaelic the little ancient one
Kendrick Celtic a hill
Kinnard Irish Gaelic from the high hill
Kieran Irish Gaelic dark or black
Landon Old English from the long hill
Leslie Scottish Gaelic garden of the hollies (from the grey stronghold)
Lloyd Welsh the grey‐haired one
Lombard Latin long‐bearded
Malvern Old Welsh the bare hill
Latin dark‐skinned, swarthy
Merrick Welsh dark‐skinned
Old English raven; friend of the sea
Italian a mountain
Nero Latin dark‐haired
Nicholas Greek people’s victory; of Christimas
Nigel Latin dark, black‐haired
Noel Old French Christmas
Celtic from the high hill
Onslow Old English from the hill of the zealous one
Parnel Latin stone
Peter Greek a rock; one of Christ’s apostles
Pierson English son of Peter
Phineas Egyptian dark‐skinned
Ridley Old English from the cleared wood
Rochester Old English a rocky fortress
Rock Old English from the rock
Rockley Old English from the rocky meadow
Seldon Old English from the house on the hill
Sierra Latin from the mountains
Slate Middle English a fine‐grained rock
Stanford Old English a dweller at the rocky ford
Stanhope Old English from the stony valley
Stanton Old English from the rocky estate
Sten Swedish a stone
Tor Celtic a rock
Tynan Gaelic the dark one
Wynstan Old English the battle stone
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One Reply to “Capricorn boys names”

  1. Thomas

    Great post! Have nice day ! 🙂 kezvv

    Reply· Sep 15, 2017 11:14pm

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