red\ as a boyâs name is pronounced JARE-ed. It is of Hebrew origin, and the meaning of Jared is âdescendingâ. Related to Jordan. Biblical: Jared was a pre-Flood ancestor of Jesus. Jered was a descendant of Judah. The modern popularity of Jared initially was perhaps due to the character Jarrod on the 1960s TV Western âBig Valleyâ.
Jared has 15 variant forms: Jarad, Jarid, Jarod, Jarrad, Jarrard, Jarred, Jarrid, Jarrod, Jaryd, Jerad, Jered, Jerod, Jerrad, Jerred and Jerrod.
stan\ as a boyâs name (also used as girlâs name Tristan), is pronounced TRISS-tan. It is of Celtic origin. From a Celtic name. In Arthurian legend, Tristan (sometimes called Tristram) was a Knight of the Round Table and the tragic hero of the medieval tale âTristan and Isoldeâ. The tale has been retold in many poems and operas. This ancient name may derive from a Pictish original, Drostan, but the form was probably influenced by the French term âtristeâ, meaning âsadâ. The name is popular in Spain.
Tristan has 9 variant forms: Tris, Tristam, Tristen, Tristian, Tristin, Triston, Tristram, Tristyn and Trystan.