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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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Nicholas

Nicholas is derived from the Greek Nikolaos, a combination of the words for "victory" (nike) and "people" (laos). The name can be understood to mean victory of the people or "power of the people".

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Nathan

It is derived from Hebrew meaning giver (standard Hebrew Natan, Yiddish Nussen or Nosson, Tiberian Hebrew Natan). Familiar forms of Nathan used in English include Nat, Nath and Nate.

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Dylan

It is derived from the Welsh elements dy, meaning "great" and llanw, meaning "sea". It is usually a given name in Wales, and in Welsh the first syllable is most often pronounced closer to "dull" than to "dill".

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Evan

Evan is a Welsh masculine given name, although it has on the rare occasion been given to girls as well, as with actress Evan Rachel Wood. The name is derived from "lefan", one of the other Welsh forms of John and is closely related to "Ivan", "Ian", and "Juan"; the name John is derived from the ancient Hebrew name Yehohanan, which means "YHWH Is Gracious". Evan is also a Celtic name meaning "Young Warrior".

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Benjamin

Benjamin derived from Hebrew translating as "son of my right (hand)". It is often shortened to Ben, and sometimes to Benny, Bennie, Benjy or Benji. Benjamin is also a patronymic surname.

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Andrew

Andrew is derived from the old Greek aner/andros, meaning "manly" and, as consequence, "strong" and "courageous".

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Joshua

Joshua is a Biblical given name derived from the Hebrew Yehoshua. Although it is often etymologized as related to the root for "salvation," e.g. as "Jehovah rescues" or "Jehovah is salvation", the form of the word does not support this etymology. It is more likely Yeho-Shua, "YHWH's gift,"

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Luke

The name Luke derives from the name of a region in Italy, Lucania, through the ancient Greek name "Loukas", meaning "a native of Lucania". Luke, Lucas, Lucania and the ancient Lucani people would then share the same Indo-European root. Luke, in Greek Lukos means "wolf", or from the Greek word Leucos meaning "bright".

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Gabriel

Gabriel is a given name or surname derived from the Hebrew name "Gabriel" meaning "Able-Bodied One of God". It was popularized by the association with the Biblical archangel Gabriel.

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William

William is from the Norman language Williame (although Norman French was Latin-based and the proper name is Germanic) and is a cognate from the German Wilhelm, and of Germanic origin: wil = "will or desire"; helm; Old English "helm", "helmet, protection"; thus the Old German name Wilhelm and the Old Norse name Vilhjalmr have the same roots. The name William has today been interpreted to mean protector of the kingdom or realm.

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