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Top 1700s boy names include Thomas, James, Joseph, and Henry. Unique 18th century names for girls include Hester, Mercy, Lavinia, Sophronia, and Theodosia. Unique Colonial names for boys include Amias, Hezekiah, Nehemiah, and Philomon. Pilgrim names had their heyday in the 18th century.What do 1700s names mean?
1. Ada (F) (English origin) means "adornment". 2. Agatha (F) (English origin) means "good woman". One of the classic names you can give to your baby girl. 3. Alexandra (M) (English origin) means "defender". 4. Alice (F) (English origin) means "nobility". Alice was one of the most common names in the 1700s. 5. Alma (F) (Celtic origin) means "good".What are some popular Puritan names from the 17th century?
Puritans in the 17th century, but .. Common. Compare Artemas, Artimas and popular -mas surnames Armas (TOP 5%), Admas (80%). [ Arty, Artimus, Artie, Artemus, Artemis, Artemio, .. 4 more] .. the Puritans in the 17th century. Asa is a commonly occurring (UPPER 93%) masculine name, whereas Ase is uncommonly used.