1.  ADHAM: (ادھم): Arabic name meaning "black."ADHAM (ادھم): Arabic
name meaning "black."

2.  
BLAKE: Old English byname for a person having unusually dark or
light hair or skin. It later became a surname then a popular forename. It
comes from two Old English words: 1) bl�c "black," and, 2) blāc "white." It
can therefore mean either "black" or "white."  

3.  
CARRAN: Anglicized form of Irish Gaelic Ciarán, meaning
"little black one."  

4.
 CATAHECASSA: Native American Shawnee name meaning "black
hoof."

5.  
ČERNOBOG: Czech form of Russian Chernobog, meaning "black god."
In Slavic mythology, this is the name of a god of evil and darkness, the
counterpart of Belobog ("white god").  

6.  
CHAM: (חָם): Hebrew name meaning "blackness" or "heat." In the
bible, this is the name of Noah's second son. The Anglicized form is Ham.

7.  
CHERNOBOG: (Чернобог): Russian form of Slavic Crnobog, composed
of the elements cherno "black" and bog "god," hence "black god." In
Slavic mythology, this is the name of a god of evil and darkness, the
counterpart of Belobog ("white god").

8.  
CHOGAN: Native American Algonquin name meaning "blackbird."  

9.  
CIAR: Old Gaelic name derived from the word ciar, meaning "black."

10.  
CIARÁN: Irish name composed of Gaelic ciar "black" and
a diminutive suffix, hence "little` black one."

11.  
CIARDHA: Gaelic name derived from the word ciar, meaning "black,
dark."

12.  
COLA: Anglo-Saxon equivalent of Old Norse Kolr, a byname for a
dark, swarthy person, meaning "black, coal."

13.  
COLBY: English surname transferred to forename use, composed of
the Old Norse elements kolr "black, coal" and býr "settlement," hence
"coal settlement."

14.  
COLE: English surname transferred to forename use, derived from
Old English Cola, meaning "black, coal." This name is also sometimes used
as a pet form of Nicholas, meaning "victor of the people."

15.  
CRNOBOG: Variant form of Russian Czernobog, meaning "black
god." In mythology, this is the name of a god of evil and darkness, the
counterpart of Belobog ("white god").

16.
 CUSH: Anglicized form of Hebrew Kuwsh, meaning "black," i.e.
"Ethiopian." In the bible, this is the name of a land and its people. It is
also the name of a Benjamite and the son of Ham and grandson of Noah.

17.  
CZERNOBOG: (Чернобог): Russian form of Slavic Zherneboh,
meaning "black god."

18.  
DAVEN: Variant spelling of English Davin, meaning "little black
one." Compare with another form of Daven.

19.  
DAVIN: Scottish surname transferred to forename use, from an
Anglicized form of Gaelic  Ó Duibhín "descendant of Duibhín," hence "little
black one."

20.  
DEWAYNE: Elaborated form of English Dwayne, meaning "little
black one."

21.
 DOUG: Short form of English Douglas, meaning "black stream."

22.  
DOUGAL: Anglicized form of Irish Gaelic Dubhghall, meaning
"black stranger."

23.  
DOUGIE:   1.Pet form of English Douglas, meaning "black stream."
2. Pet form of English Dougal, meaning "black stranger."  

24.  
DOUGLAS: Scottish surname transferred to forename use, from an
Anglicized form of Gaelic  Dùbhghlas, meaning "black stream."

25.  
DOYLE: Anglicized form of Irish Gaelic Dubhghall, meaning "black
stranger."

26.  
DUANE: Anglicized form of Irish Gaelic  Dubhán, originally a
byname from a diminutive of Gaelic dubh, meaning "little black one."

27.  
DUBHÁN: Irish Gaelic name, originally a byname, composed
of  dubh "black" and a diminutive suffix, hence "little black one."

28.  
DUBHALTACH: Irish Gaelic name, probably composed of the
elements dubh "black" and fholtach "-haired," hence "black-haired."

29.  
DUBHDARA: Irish Gaelic name composed of the elements dubh
"black, dark" and dara "oak," hence "black oak."

30.  
DUBHGHALL: Irish Gaelic name composed of the elements dubh
"black, dark" and gall "stranger," hence "black stranger." This is said to
have been a byname applied to the Danes, in contrast to the fair Norse
settlers of Norway and Iceland.

31.  
DÙBHGHLAS: Scottish Gaelic name composed of the elements dùbh
"black, dark" and glas "stream," hence "black stream."

32.  
DUBHSHLÁINE: Irish Gaelic name composed of the elements dubh
"dark, black" and slán "challenge, defiance," hence "black challenger."

33.  
DUDLEY: Anglicized form of Irish Gaelic Dara "oak," Dubhdara
"black oak," and Dubhaltach "black-haired." Compare with another form of
Dudley.

34.  
DUFF:  1.Scottish name derived from the Gaelic byname dùbh,
meaning "black, dark."
2.Short form of English Duffy, meaning "black peace."

35.  
DUFFY: Anglicized form of Scottish Gaelic  Mac Dhuibhshíthe "son
of Duibhshíth," hence "black peace."

36.  
DUGAL: Variant spelling of English Dougal, meaning "black
stranger."

37.  
DUGALD: Variant form of Scottish  Dùghall, meaning "black
stranger."

38.  
DÙGHALL: Scottish form of Irish Gaelic Dubhghall, meaning "black
stranger."

39.  
DUIBHÍN: Gaelic byname meaning "little black one."

40.  
DUIBHSHÍTH: Old Scottish Gaelic name composed of the elements
dùbh "black" and síth "peace," hence "black peace."

41.  
DUNSTAN: Anglo-Saxon name composed of the elements dun "black,
dark" and stan "stone," hence "black stone" or "dark stone."

42.  
DWANE: Variant spelling of English Dwayne, meaning "little black
one."

43.  
DWAYNE: Variant spelling of English Duane, meaning "little black
one."

44.  
FEIREFIZ: In the German Arthurian epic poem, Parzival, Sir
Percival has a mulatto half-brother, Feirefiz, meaning "black and white
son," whom he meets near the end of the poem. During a fight with  
Feirefiz, Percival's sword breaks, but  Feirefiz does not slay him.
As they are talking, they learn that they both have the same father.

45.  
FERRER: From a Catalan occupational surname
meaning "blacksmith." Once popular with Catholics who gave the name in
honor of the Valencian saint  Vicente Ferrer.

46.  
HAM: Anglicized form of Hebrew Cham, meaning "blackness" or
"heat." In the bible, this is the name of Noah's second son.

47.  
KALI: (काली): Hindi myth name of the wife of Shiva, meaning "the
black one" and "devourer of time." Compare with another form of Kali.

48.  
KEMOSIRI: Egyptian name meaning "black Osiris."

49.  
KIARAN: Anglicized form of Irish Gaelic Ciarán, meaning "little
black one."

50.
 KIERAN: Variant spelling of English Kiaran, meaning "little black
one."

51.  
KIERON: Variant spelling of English Kiaran, meaning "little black
one."

52.  
KISHAN: Modern form of Hindi Krishna, meaning "the black" and
"the blue."

53.  
KISHEN: Variant spelling of Hindi Kishan, meaning "the black" and
"the blue."

54.  
KISTNA: Variant form of Hindi Krishna, meaning "the black" and
"the blue."

55.  
KOLR: Old Norse byname for a dark-complexioned person, derived
from the word kolr, meaning "black, coal."

56.  
KOLUR: Icelandic form of Old Norse Kolr, meaning "black, coal."

57.  
KRISHNA: (कृष्ण): Hindi myth name of an incarnation of Vishnu,
meaning "the black" and "the blue."

58.  
KRSNA: (कृष्ण): Original form of Hindi Krishna, meaning "the black"
and "the blue."

59.
 KUSH: Variant spelling of Hebrew Kuwsh, meaning "black," i.e.
"Ethiopian."

60.  
KUWSH: (כּוּשׁ): Hebrew name meaning "black," i.e. "Ethiopian." In
the bible, this is the name of a land and its people. It is also the name
of a Benjamite and the son of Ham and grandson of Noah. The Anglicized
form is Cush.

61.  
KYRAN: Variant spelling of English Kieran, meaning "little black
one."

62.  
LONÁN: Irish name composed of the Gaelic word lon "blackbird" and
a diminutive suffix, hence "little blackbird."

63.  
NERO: Roman name, possibly meaning "black." Compare with
another form of Nero.

64.  
NIGELLUS: Latin form of Norman French Nihel "champion," but
sometimes used as a diminutive form of the word niger "black," thus "little
black one."

65.  
PIRAN: Proto-Celtic form of Irish Ciarán, meaning "little black one."
In use by the Cornish.  

66.
 RAMA: (राम): Hindi myth name of a hero of the Ramayana, meaning
"black, dark" or "darkness." Compare with another form of Rama.

67.  
RAMAKRISHNA: (रामकृष्ण): Hindi compound name composed of the
names Rama "black, dark" or "darkness" and Krishna "the black/blue."  

68.  
SEVAG: Armenian name meaning "black-eyed."

69.  
SHYAM: (श्याम): Hindi name derived from the Sanskrit
element syama, meaning "black, blue." In mythology, this is a name
belonging to Krishna.

70.
 SHYAMAL: (श्यामल): Variant spelling of Hindi Shyam, meaning
"black, blue."

71.  
SIAVASH: (سیاوش): Variant spelling of Persian Siyavash, meaning
"possesses black stallions." In the ancient epic poem Shahnameh, this is the
name of a king, the son of Shah Kavakhous, a Shah of the Pishdak
Dynasty.

72.  
SIYAVASH: (سیاوش): Persian name meaning "possesses black
stallions." In the ancient epic poem Shahnameh, this is the name of a king,
the son of Shah Kavakhous, a Shah of the Pishdak Dynasty.

73.  
SUCKI: Native American Algonquin name meaning "black."

74.  
TJERNOBOG: Danish form of Slavic Crnobog, meaning "black god."
In Slavic mythology, this is the name of a god of evil and darkness, the
counterpart of Belobog ("white god").

75.  
TLILPOTONQUI: Nahuatl name meaning "feathered in black."

76.  
TŠERNOBOG: Finnish form of Slavic Crnobog, meaning "black god."
In Slavic mythology, this is the name of a god of evil and darkness, the
counterpart of Belobog ("white god").

77.  
TUCSON: Modern English name derived from the name of a city in
Arizona, from the Spanish form of O'odham Cuk Son, meaning "black
base."

78.  
ZERNEBOG: Variant form of Russian Czernobog, meaning "black
god."

79.  
ZHERNEBOH: Slavic name meaning "black god."
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