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100 Perfect Middle Names For Briggs [Catchy & Cool]

TheBiranchi Team has collected a new list of the Top 100 most perfect middle names for Briggs, which might sound perfect for your newborn.

In this article, you will get to know the meaning, gender, and origin of the name Briggs. Also, we have arranged a list of the best middle names for Briggs, and a comprehensive list of the Most Famous People Named Briggs.

Briggs: Meaning & Origin

100 Best Middle Names For Briggs

Are you looking for a perfect middle name for Briggs? Check out these awesome middle names:

  1. Briggs Aaron
  2. Briggs Abbott
  3. Briggs Abraham
  4. Briggs Abram
  5. Briggs Adler
  6. Briggs Adrian
  7. Briggs Adriel
  8. Briggs Aidan
  9. Briggs Alan
  10. Briggs Albert
  11. Briggs Alden
  12. Briggs Aldo
  13. Briggs Alejandro
  14. Briggs Alex
  15. Briggs Alfred
  16. Briggs Alijah
  17. Briggs Alistair
  18. Briggs Allen
  19. Briggs Bishop
  20. Briggs Bjorn
  21. Briggs Blaine
  22. Briggs Bradley
  23. Briggs Caspian
  24. Briggs Castiel
  25. Briggs Cedric
  26. Briggs Chandler
  27. Briggs Dante
  28. Briggs Darian
  29. Briggs Darius
  30. Briggs Darren
  31. Briggs Elias
  32. Briggs Eliel
  33. Briggs Elijah
  34. Briggs Eliseo
  35. Briggs Fisher
  36. Briggs Fletcher
  37. Briggs Flynn
  38. Briggs Forrest
  39. Briggs Gatlin
  40. Briggs Gavin
  41. Briggs Genesis
  42. Briggs George
  43. Briggs Harris
  44. Briggs Harrison
  45. Briggs Harry
  46. Briggs Harvey
  47. Briggs Ira
  48. Briggs Isaac
  49. Briggs Isaiah
  50. Briggs Ivan
  51. Briggs Jeffery
  52. Briggs Jensen
  53. Briggs Jeremy
  54. Briggs Jericho
  55. Briggs Kobe
  56. Briggs Kyle
  57. Briggs Kylen
  58. Briggs Kyler
  59. Briggs Layton
  60. Briggs Leandro
  61. Briggs Ledger
  62. Briggs Legend
  63. Briggs Marley
  64. Briggs Marlon
  65. Briggs Marshall
  66. Briggs Martin
  67. Briggs Nelson
  68. Briggs Noah
  69. Briggs Nolan
  70. Briggs Norman
  71. Briggs Omar
  72. Briggs Onyx
  73. Briggs Orlando
  74. Briggs Otis
  75. Briggs Philip
  76. Briggs Porter
  77. Briggs Preston
  78. Briggs Princeton
  79. Briggs Quincy
  80. Briggs Quinton
  81. Briggs Rhys
  82. Briggs Richard
  83. Briggs Riley
  84. Briggs Rio
  85. Briggs Stanley
  86. Briggs Stephen
  87. Briggs Sterling
  88. Briggs Stetson
  89. Briggs Titan
  90. Briggs Titus
  91. Briggs Tommy
  92. Briggs Travis
  93. Briggs Wallace
  94. Briggs Walter
  95. Briggs Warren
  96. Briggs Watson
  97. Briggs Yosef
  98. Briggs Zachary
  99. Briggs Zane
  100. Briggs Zion

Nicknames For Brayden

Nicknames are a great way to show your newborn you love them. Here are a few of the most popular Briggs nicknames:

  • Briggsy

Names Similar to Briggs

Check out these similar-sounding names list to discover more names that are similar to Briggs.

  • Brigham
  • Brynn
  • Briley
  • Bridger
  • Brinley
  • Brinleigh
  • Bryson
  • Brysen
  • Bridget
  • Brycen

Most Famous People Named Briggs

Our names have the potential to influence our behavior, physical appearance, career path and life choices, popularity, and how others perceive us.  If a child has a story behind his name, it can motivate him to be like his namesake and to emulate that person’s good qualities.

Go through the list of popular personalities named Briggs:

Adam Briggs, stage name Briggs (rapper), Australian rapper
Alfie Briggs (1888–1952), Scottish footballer
Allan Briggs (businessman), founder of Briggs Communications
Allan Briggs (1873–1951), American Olympic sport shooter
Andrew Briggs (George Andrew Davidson Briggs, born 1950) British scientist
Andy Briggs (born 1972), British author and screenwriter
Andy Briggs (businessman) (born 1966), British insurance executive
Ann-Kio Briggs (born 1952), English-born Nigerian environmental and human rights activist
Anne Briggs (born 1944), English folk singer
Annie M. Briggs (born 1987), Canadian actress
Ansel Briggs (1806–1881), American politician
Arthur E. Briggs (1881–1969), California teacher, law school dean and politician
Asa Briggs (1921–2016), English historian
Barbara G. Briggs (born 1934), Australian botanist
Barry Briggs (born 1934), New Zealand World Motorcycle speedway champion
Benjamin Briggs (1835–1872), captain of the Mary Celeste
Bill Briggs (disambiguation), multiple people, including:
Bill Briggs (defensive end) (born 1943), American footballer
Bill Briggs (American football coach), American football coach
Bill Briggs (Canadian football), Canadian football player
Bill Briggs (skier), American extreme skier and ski school director
Billy Briggs (born 1977), American musician
Bob Briggs (American football) (1945–1997), in American Football League and NFL
Bob Briggs (Australian footballer) (1883–1955), Australian rules footballer
Bob Briggs (chemist) (1905–1975), New Zealand organic chemist
Carlos Briggs (born 1964), American basketball player
Charles Briggs (disambiguation), multiple people
Charles Briggs (cricketer) (1873–1949), Hampshire cricketer
Charles Briggs (Royal Navy officer) (1858–1951), British admiral
Charles A. Briggs, Central Intelligence Agency Office of Inspector General, 1982
Charles Augustus Briggs (1841–1913), American Hebrew scholar and theologian
Charles Frederick Briggs (1804–1877), American journalist, “Harry Franco”
Charles James Briggs (1865–1941), British Major-General
Charles L. Briggs (born 1953), American anthropologist
Charlie Briggs (actor) (1932–1985), American actor
Charlie Briggs (baseball) (1860–1920), baseball player
Charlie Briggs (footballer) (1911–1993), English football goalkeeper
Chuck Briggs (1960–2000), American punk rock guitarist
Clare Briggs (1875–1930), American comics artist
Danny Briggs (born 1991), English cricketer
Dave Briggs (journalist) (born 1976), American television news anchor
David Briggs (disambiguation), multiple people
David Briggs, inventor of Who Wants to Be a Millionaire?
David Briggs (American musician) (born 1943), American keyboardist and record producer
David Briggs (Australian musician) (born 1951), Australian guitarist with Little River Band
David Briggs (English musician) (born 1962), English organist and composer
David Briggs (headmaster) (1917–2020), English headmaster of King’s College School, Cambridge
David Briggs (record producer) (1944–1995), American record producer
David Briggs, High Sheriff of Cheshire
David T. Briggs (born 1954), president of Erie Plating Company
Derek Briggs (born 1950), Irish paleontologist
Everett Francis Briggs (1908–2006), American Catholic priest and miners’ activist
Frank Briggs (disambiguation), several people, including
Francis Stewart Briggs (1897–1966), Australian aviator
Frank Briggs (footballer) (1917–1984), English soccer player
Frank A. Briggs (1858–1898), American Governor of the state of North Dakota
Frank O. Briggs (1851–1913), U.S. Senator from New Jersey
Frank P. Briggs (1894–1992), U.S. Senator from Missouri
Gary Briggs (musician), British guitarist
Gary Briggs (footballer) (born 1959), British footballer
George N. Briggs, American politician
Gilbert Briggs (1890–1978), English founder of Wharfedale loudspeakers
Greg Briggs (born 1968), American football player
Harlan Briggs (1879–1952), American actor
Harold Briggs (disambiguation), multiple people
Harold Douglas Briggs (1877–1944), senior Royal Navy and Royal Air Force officer
Harold Rawdon Briggs, director of operations for the British Army in Malaya 1950–1951
Harold Briggs (politician) (1870–1945), British Conservative Member of Parliament
Henry Briggs (disambiguation), multiple people
Henry Briggs (mathematician) (1561–1630), English mathematician
Henry Perronet Briggs (1793–1844), English painter
Henry Shaw Briggs (1824–1887), Union Army general in the American Civil War
Sir Henry Briggs (politician) (1844–1919), Australian politician
Henry Briggs (footballer) (1871–1913), English footballer
Ian Briggs (born 1958), British television writer
Jack Briggs (disambiguation)
Jack Briggs (broadcaster), American radio broadcaster
Jack Briggs (cricketer) (1916–1984), English cricketer
Jack Briggs (actor) (1920–1998), husband of American actress Ginger Rogers
James Briggs (disambiguation), any of several people
James Briggs (musician) (born 1978), American keyboardist and saxophonist
James E. Briggs (1906–1979), United States Air Force general
James Frankland Briggs (1827–1905), United States Representative from New Hampshire
Jamie Briggs (born 1977), Australian politician
Jason W. Briggs (1821–1899), American Latter Day Saint leader
Jean Briggs (1929–2016), American-born Canadian anthropologist, ethnographer and linguist
Jeff Briggs (born 1957), American composer and former computer games executive
Jimmy Briggs (1937–2011), Scottish footballer
Joe Bob Briggs, pseudonym of John Irving Bloom (born 1953), American film critic and actor
John Briggs (disambiguation), multiple people by the name of John, Johnny, and other variations
John Briggs (author), American author and university lecturer
John Briggs (baseball) (1934–2018), American baseball pitcher
John Briggs (bishop) (1789–1861), Vicar Apostolic of the Northern District of England
John Briggs (East India Company officer) (1785–1875), British officer and author
John Briggs (politician) (1930–2020), American politician
John Briggs, activist from Florida, member of the Gainesville Eight
John Joseph Briggs (1819–1876), writer
John Q. Briggs (1848–1921), American Republican State Senator (1907–1911)
John R. Briggs Jr. (1822–1872), American politician in Wisconsin
John Thomas Briggs (1781–1865), accountant-general of the Royal Navy
Johnny Briggs (cricketer) (1862–1902), English cricketer
Johnny Briggs (actor) (1935–2021), English actor in soap opera Coronation Street
Johnny Briggs (baseball) (born 1944), American former baseball outfielder
Jon Briggs (born 1965), English voice actor and journalist
Jonny Briggs, eponymous character in a BBC children’s television programme, first broadcast in 1985
Josephine Briggs, American nephrologist
Karen Briggs (disambiguation), multiple people
Karen Briggs (musician) (born 1963), American violinist
Karen Briggs (judoka) (born 1963), British judoka
Katharine Cook Briggs (1875–1968), American co-inventor of the Myers-Briggs personality test
Katharine Mary Briggs (1898–1980), British author
Kenneth Briggs (born 1933), English cricketer and RAF officer
Kevin “She’kspere” Briggs, American record producer
Kim Briggs (handballer) (born 1977), Australian handball player and coach
Lance Briggs (born 1980), American football player
Lauren Briggs (born 1979), English squash player
LeBaron Russell Briggs (1855–1934), American educator
Leland Lawrence Briggs (1893–1975), American accounting scholar
Lyman James Briggs (1874–1963), American physicist and civil servant
Margaret Jane Briggs (1892–1961), New Zealand show-ring rider
Mary Blatchley Briggs (1846– 1910), American writer and women’s organizer
Matt Briggs (born 1970), American writer
Matthew Briggs (born 1991), English footballer
Melancthon J. Briggs (1846–1923), American politician
Michael Briggs (disambiguation), multiple people
Michael Peter Briggs (scientist) (born 1944), British scientist and university administrator
Michael Briggs, Lord Briggs of Westbourne, British judge
Michael Briggs (police officer), police officer from New Hampshire, shot in 2006
Michael Briggs, Lord Briggs of Westbourne (born 1954), judge in England and Wales
Michael Briggs (racing driver) (born 1966), South African racing driver
Mike Briggs (politician) (born 1959), American politician
Mike Briggs (tennis) (born 1968), American tennis player
Nicholas Briggs (born 1961), British actor
Nimi Briggs (born 1944), Nigerian academic
Patricia Briggs (born 1965), American fantasy writer
Patrick Briggs (born 1940), English cricketer, rugby player and school headmaster
Paul Briggs (disambiguation), multiple people
Paul Briggs (American football) (1920–2011), American football tackle
Paul Briggs (animator) (born 1974), American artist, animator, and voice actor
Paul Briggs (boxer) (born 1975), Australian
Perry R. Briggs (1825–1918), American politician in Wisconsin
Raymond Briggs (1934–2022), English illustrator and author
Robert Briggs (disambiguation), several people
Robert Briggs (scientist) (1911–1983), cloning pioneer
Robert Briggs (American football) (born 1941), American football player
Robert Briggs (character), Hollywood screenwriter
Robert Briggs (MP) (died 1615), MP for Boroughbridge
Robert Briggs (poet) (1929–2015), American poet
Robert Briggs (publisher), American author and publisher, for Straight Arrow Press
Robert H. Briggs, American lawyer and historian
Robert O. Briggs (1927–2008), director of the University of California Marching Band
Robert P. Briggs (1903–1998), American businessman
Robert William Briggs (1911–1983), American biologist
Shannon Briggs (born 1971), American boxer
Stephen Briggs (born 1951), British Discworld adapter
Stephen Foster Briggs (1885–1976), American engineer, co-founder of the Briggs & Stratton Company
Ted Briggs (1923–2008), British seaman, survivor of HMS Hood
Thomas Briggs (disambiguation), multiple people
Thomas Briggs (coach), American football coach
Thomas Briggs (Royal Navy officer) (1780–1852), British naval officer
Thomas Briggs (died 1864), British banker, murdered by Franz Müller
Sir Thomas Graham Briggs (1833–1887), of the Briggs baronets, member Executive Council of Barbados
Tom Briggs (disambiguation), multiple people
Tom Briggs (footballer) (1919–1999), English footballer
Tom Briggs (gridiron football) (born 1970), American football player
Tommy Briggs (1923–1984), English footballer
Walter Briggs (disambiguation), multiple people
Walter Briggs Sr. (1877–1952), owner of the Detroit Tigers and Briggs Manufacturing Company
Walter Briggs Jr. (1912–1970), son of Walter Briggs Sr. and owner of the Detroit Tigers
William Briggs (disambiguation)
William Briggs (physician) (1642–1704), English physician and oculist
William Edward Briggs (1847–1903), English cotton manufacturer and Liberal politician
Sir William Edward Briggs Priestley (1859–1932), Liberal politician
William B. Briggs (born 1954), subject matter expert in sports and entertainment law
William Briggs (publisher) (1836–1922), Irish-born Canadian Methodist minister and publisher
William Perry Briggs (1856–1928), English medical officer of health
William James Harold Briggs, (Harold Briggs (politician) 1870–1945), British Conservative
William Ronald Briggs, (Ronnie Briggs 1943–2008), Northern Irish footballer
William Briggs, Canadian book publishing imprint later known as Ryerson Press

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Final Thoughts From TheBiranchi:

Naming a baby is so hard but it is an important decision you have to make as a parent. It can be fun, but the responsibility of naming another human being can make it a bit intimidating. After all, your child will carry that name throughout their life.

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