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Best Boys' Baby Names Of 2010

This is a list of the most popular boys' baby names of 2010. People could name there babies after famous movie stars or perhaps favorite movies.

Best Boys' Baby Names Of 2010

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Caden

Caden is possibly derived from the surname Mac Cadain, meaning "son of Cadan", a name possibly derived from the Irish name Cathan, meaning "battle."

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Lucas

The name Lucas is a male first name of Greek Latin origin. Lucas name is variant of Luke and It is a Popular name in Germany meaning "Man from Lucania" in Germany and "Bringer of Light" in Irish. Lucas was a physician in Rome and an early convert to Christianity.

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Liam

Liam is a short form of the Irish name William originating from the Germanic name Willahelm. As a hebrew name Liam means "My people; I have a nation".

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Mason

It is of English origin, and the meaning of Mason is "one who works with stone". Occupational name. Used as given name since the mid 19th century.

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Caleb

It is of Hebrew origin, and the meaning of Caleb is "faith, devotion, whole hearted". Biblical: Caleb, a companion of Moses and Joshua, was noted for his astute powers of observation and fearlessness in the face of overwhelming odds; his devotion to God is symbolized by the "dog" in some traditions.

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Brayden

Brayden is a variant of Braden (Irish, Gaelic), and the meaning of Brayden is "descendant of Bradan".

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Connor

Connor (from Conchobar, an Irish name meaning "Wolf Kin", or "Lover of Hounds"), sometimes spelled Conor when used as a first name.

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Matthew

Matthew is the English spelling of the Hebrew name Matityahu. It was first named to Matthew the Evangelist, who was one of the twelve disciples and credited with the authorship of the Gospel of Matthew. The name Matthew has been translated into the Irish name Maitiu. Matthew has also been used as an anglicisation of the native Irish name Mahon, meaning bear. Matt is the most common hypocoristic form of the name in English.

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Michael

It is of Hebrew origin, and the meaning of Michael is "who resembles God?". Biblical: Michael is the archangel (chief or principal angel) who defeats the dragon.

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Landon

It is of Old English origin, and the meaning of Landon is "long hill". Place name. Lando is familiar due to the character Lando Calrissian from "Star Wars".

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