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Riley female male Rylee Old English / Irish Rye meadow Brave, valiant; small stream John, Robert
Riley-Jack male English Combination of Riley meaning rye meadow and Jack meaning God is gracious
Ringo male English / Japanese Funny; ring Apple; may peace be with you
Rino male Reno Spanish origin / American Shortened version for names such as Moreno; used as a reference for City in Nevada
Rio female male Spanish origin / American River, water loving
River male English A place and nature name; from the river, stream, flowing water
Roarke male Rourke Irish A famed ruler; champion
Robbie male Robert Old German / English / French Variation of Robert meaning brilliant, renowned, shining, famed
Robert male Robbie Old German / English / French / Scottish Brilliant, renowned, shining, famed
Rocco male German / Italian Rest
Rohan male Irish / Hindi Red-haired, red Ascending; sandalwood
Roman male Latin Citizen of Rome
Romy female Belle
Ronald male English / German / Scottish Helpful; adviser to the King, ruler's counselor Mighty, powerful, ruler
Ronan male Irish / Gaelic Little seal
Rori female male Ella
Rory male Irish / Gaelic Red, famous ruler, The Red King
Rose female Scottish The flower name, a symbol of fragrance and love.
Rosemary female Latin Herb; symbol of remembrance; dew of the sea
Ross male Scottish / Gaelic Headland, cape, peninsula. May also be derived from the Gaelic word for red. Also the name of a place in Scotland.