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Abel
Adagio
Alaric
Alasdair
Albion
Alvis
Angelo
Aragon
Aramis
Archie
Areion
Arsenio
Arthur
Asher
Aspen
Atreyu
Atticus
Auberon
Aubin, Aubyn
Audric, Alderic
Augustus


Balthazar
Basil
Baylor
Beircheart
Bellamy
Bevan
Bex, Bexley
Bix, Bixley
Blair
Bowie
Bram
Breccan
Brian
Brightwen


Campbell
Carew
Cardinal
Carlo
Carnelian
Caroll
Carrick
Cashel
Casper
Catkin
Cedric
Chariton
Cheshire
Cian
Cofa
Connelly
Corbeau
Coriander
Crispin
Croix


Darcy
Dario, Darius
Dashiell
Dempsey
Denzel
Dominic
Dorian
Dover
Draco
Drake
Dylan


Edison
Ellery
Ellis
Elvis
Emrys
Eugene
Everett
Ezra


Falcon
Felix
Fife, Fifer
Florizel
Floyd
Forest
Franklin


Galt
Garden
Garland
Garnet
Gennady
Gennaro
Gerard
Giordano
Gordon
Gunther
Gus
Gustav


Hadrian
Hallow
Halsten
Harvey
Humphrey


Ian
Idris
Imber
Indiana
Indio
Ingram


Jove
Juniper
Justice


Keanu
Kellan
Kit
Kitterick
Koa
Kol
Kyrian


Leander
Leif
Leland
Lewis
Linden
Lionel
Lorcan
Lucan
Lupin
Lyle


Macsen
Marco
Mars
Marvel
Maui
Massimo
Matteo
Maxen
Maynard
Mercade
Merrick
Monroe


Nicander
Nicolai
Nolan
North


Oberon
Odin
Onyx
Oren (Orin, Oran)
Orion
Orlando
Orpheus
Oslo
Osric


Paladin
Palmer
Peregrine
Peter
Pherrick
Pieran
Pippin
Polaris


Quade
Quillan
Quillon
Quince


Rafferty
Rainer
Ramsay
Reagan
Reeve
Remy
Rhodri
Rhydian
Riley
Riordan
Robin
Rochester
Rodion
Rohan
Romaric
Romilly
Rowan
Ruslan


Sailor
Samhain
Seamus
Season
Sebastian
Seeley
Seneca
Shawn
Sheldon
Shenoah
Shepherd
Sheridan
Sixten
Sixtus
Solomon
Soren
Stellan
Sutton


Tabrett
Taliesin
Tannen
Tarragon
Thayer
Theodore
Theron
Tiger
Tigris
Tobin
Topher
Tyr


Ulysses


Valerian
Varin
Viggo
Vincent
Vincenzo


Wallace
Welles, Wellesley
Wendell
Winston
Wycliff


Xander


Yarden
Yardley


Zander
Zephyr
Zerin
Ziggy

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The baby name Allifair, alternatively spelled Alifair, Alafair, or Alafare, has a very interesting history. This girl's name suddenly popped into existence in the U.S. around the mid 1800's, with no mention why or how.

Some history buffs may be familiar with the Hatfield-McCoy "New Year's Day" Massacre, in which a long-time hatred between families (including Union vs Confederacy differences) finally escalated into an all-out violent battle. Alifair was the name of Randolph McCoy's daughter, born in 1858, who suffered from Polio as a child but remained productive. During an attack on the McCoy home, Alifair was shot and killed. There was later a legal trial for her murder. Ironically, there was an Alifair Hatfield born in 1873 in Kentucky.

So how did she get her name? There are records of others in 1809, 1815, 1819, 1831, 1870, 1883, 1920 and 1923. 1767 or 1787 seems to be the earliest it was recorded. It could come from Alfher/Alvar/Aelfhere…