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Barry is beyond classic! It's no wonder why parents are choosing Barry as a way to pick a name so safe and timeless that it's whipped around again to actually be edgy. This Gaelic gem is a fun way to skip over Harry or Brad to give your baby boy a name with rare charm.

Meaning of the name Barry:

Gaelic: Fair-headed

Origin of the name Barry:

Gaelic. Barry is a very old Gaelic name that means fair-headed. It refers to a person with light-colored hair. It's believed that Barry is an Anglicized version of Báire,

Style of the name Barry:


Gender of the name Barry:

Barry has traditionally been a male name.

Pronunciation of the name Barry:


Syllables in the name Barry


Emotion evoked from the name Barry:

The name Barry comes across as a classic name for a boy that is strong and simple. Those who know about its roots will have visions of Ireland running through their minds when they hear it.

Alternative spellings for the name Barry:


Nicknames for the name Barry:

Bare, Bear.

Popularity of the name Barry:

According to the Social Security Administration index, Barry made the list of the top 1,000 baby names every year from 1900 to 2004. The name spent almost 80 years in the top 100!

Related names for the name Barry:


Great middle names for Barry and their meanings:

Famous people with the name Barry:

  • Barry Bonds (American baseball player)
  • Barry Gibb (member of the Bee Gees)
  • Barry Sanders (American football player)
  • Barry Van Dyke (American actor)
  • Barry White (American singer)

Barrys in movies/pop culture:

  • Barry (character from “American Dad”)
  • Barry Allen (real name of The Flash)
  • Barry Evans (character from “EastEnders”)
  • Barry Benson (character from “Bee Movie”)
  • Barry Berkman (character on “Barry”)
  • Barry Goldberg (character on “The Goldbergs”)
  • Barry Kripke (character on “The Big Bang Theory”)
  • Barry the Chopper (character from Fullmetal Alchemist”)
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