English boy names

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English boy names starting with A

A-Jay – A modern name used for boys who have a first name beginning with A and a middle or surname beginning with J.

Aaden – Variant of Aiden, tiny but fierce, brought from far away.

Aaran – Variant spelling of English Aaron, meaning ‘light-bringer.’

Aaren – the name has several meanings In Scandinavian the meaning of the name Aaren is: Lofty or inspired. it also means high mountain

Aaric

Aaric – Rule with Mercy, Graceful Ruler

Aaron – English form of Greek Aaron (Hebrew Aharon), meaning ‘light-bringer.’ In the bible, this is the name of the older brother of Moses.

Aarron – Variant spelling of English Aaron, meaning ‘light-bringer.’

Aart – Celtic – Stone, bear, German – Thor, The Eagle , A variant form of Arthur

Aayden – Variant of Aiden, tiny but fierce, brought from far away.

Ab – Short form of English Abner, meaning ‘father of light.’

Abacuck – One who likes to seek adventure and travel

Abaddon – Anglicized form of Greek Abaddon, meaning ‘destruction, ruination.’ In the New Testament bible, this is the name of the place of destruction. And it is a name given to the angel of the bottomless pit, the Destroyer Apollyon.

Abbe – My Father is Joyful , A Variant of Abby

Abbey – Diminutive variant of Abbas, Abbott, Abelard, and Abner

Abbo – A Condiment (Mudama Origin)

Abbot

Abbot – Variant spelling of English Abbott, meaning ‘abbot, father, priest.’

Abbott – Leader of a monastery

Abbott – English occupational surname transferred to forename use, meaning ‘abbot, father, priest,’ from Latin abbas ‘priest,’ from Greek abbas, from Aramaic aba ‘father.’ First used as a forename in the 19th century.

Abdon – Anglicized form of Hebrew Abdown, meaning ‘servant, worshiper.’ In the bible, this is the name of several characters, including one of the judges who ruled over Israel.

Abe – Short form of Hebrew Abraham, meaning ‘father of a multitude,’ and other names beginning with Ab-.

Abednego – Means ‘servant of Nebo’ in Akkadian, Nebo being the Babylonian god of wisdom. In the Old Testament Abednego is the Babylonian name given to Azariah, one of the three men cast into a blazing furnace but saved from harm by God, as told in the Book of Daniel

Abel – In the bible, this is the name of the second son of Adam and Eve who was killed by his jealous brother Cain. Anglicized form of Greek Habel, meaning ‘vanity,’ i.e. ‘transitory.’

Abell – Variant spelling of English Abel, meaning ‘vanity,’ i.e. ‘transitory.’

Aben – Stands for father of many or multitude

Abhatha – A cultural and enthusiastic person

Abhigita – A happy go lucky and spontaneous person

Abia – Anglicized form of Hebrew unisex Abiyah, meaning ‘Yahweh is my father.’ In the bible, this is the name of a son of Samuel, the mother of Hezekiah, a member of the tribe of Benjamin, a king of Judah, and several other characters.

Abiah – Anglicized form of Hebrew unisex Abiyah, meaning ‘Yahweh is my father.’ In the bible, this is the name of a son of Samuel, the mother of Hezekiah, a member of the tribe of Benjamin, a king of Judah, and several other characters.

Abida – Anglicized form of Hebrew Abiyda, meaning ‘father of knowledge.’ In the bible, this is the name of one of Midian’s five sons. Compare with feminine Abida.

Abidah – Variant spelling of English Abida, meaning ‘father of knowledge.’

Abidan – Anglicized form of Hebrew Abiydan, meaning ‘my father is judge.’ In the bible, this is the name of a leader of the tribe of Benjamin.

Abiel – Anglicized form of Hebrew Abiy’el, meaning ‘El (God) is (my) father.’ In the bible, this is the name of Saul’s grandfather.

Abihail – Anglicized form of Hebrew unisex Abiyhayil, meaning ‘father of might.’ In the bible, this is the name of the father of Esther, a Levite who was the head of the house of Merari, and several other characters.

Abihu – Anglicized form of Hebrew Abiyhuw, meaning ‘he is (my) father.’ In the bible, this is the name of a son of Aaron who was slain (along with his brother Nadab) by God for offering incense contrary to the law.

Abijah – Anglicized form of Hebrew unisex Abiyah, meaning ‘Yahweh is my father.’ In the bible, this is the name of a son of Samuel, the mother of Hezekiah, a member of the tribe of Benjamin, a king of Judah, and several other characters.

Abilene

Abimael – Anglicized form of Hebrew Abiyma’el, meaning ‘my father is El (God).’ In the bible, this is the name of Joktan’s ninth son (of 13), a descendant of Shem.

Abimelech – Anglicized form of Hebrew Abiymelek, meaning ‘Melek is father’ or ‘my father is king.’ In the bible, this is the name name of several characters, including the king of Gerar who took Abraham’s wife Sarah and was forced by God to return her. Also spelled Avimelech.

Abinoam – Anglicized form of Hebrew Abiyno’am, meaning ‘father of pleasantness.’ In the bible, this is the name of the father of Barak.

Abiram – Anglicized form of Hebrew Abiyram, meaning ‘my father is exalted.’ In the bible, this is the name of the eldest son of Hiel the Bethelite, and the name of a son of Eliab who joined Korah in his rebellion against Moses.

Abishai – Anglicized form of Hebrew Abiyshay, meaning ‘my father is Jesse’ or ‘my father is a gift.’ In the bible, this is the name of the eldest son of David’s sister Zeruiah. He was the only one to accompany David when he went to the camp of Saul (1 Sam. 26:5-12).

Abishalom – Anglicized form of Hebrew Abiyshalowm, meaning ‘father of peace.’ In the bible, this is the name of the father-in-law of Rehoboam.

Abiud – Anglicized form of Greek Abioud, meaning ‘my father is majesty.’ In the bible, this is the name of the son of Bela.

Ablamar – A bright, lonely and accepting being

Able – Variant spelling of English Abel, meaning ‘vanity,’ i.e. ‘transitory.’

Abnar – English variant spelling of Hebrew Abner, meaning ‘father of light.’

Abner – Hebrew name meaning ‘father of light.’ In the bible, this is the name of a cousin of Saul who was also a commander of his army. In use by the English. Also spelled Avner.

Abnor – English variant spelling of Hebrew Abner, meaning ‘father of light.’

Abnur – English variant spelling of Hebrew Abner, meaning ‘father of light.’

Abo – Father, Short form of name Abott

Abot – Variant spelling of English Abbott, meaning ‘father.’

Abott – Variant spelling of English Abbott, meaning ‘father.’

Abraham – Hebrew name meaning ‘father of a multitude.’ In the bible, this is the name of the founding patriarch of the Israelites. Also spelled Avraham.

Abram – In use by the English. Greek form of Hebrew Abram, meaning ‘father of elevation.’

Absalom – Contracted form of English Abishalom, meaning ‘father of peace.’ In the bible, this is the name of a son of king David.

Abygayle – One who is the father of many people

Ace

Ace – English byname transferred to forename use, meaning ‘number one.’ Compare with another form of Ace.

Acer – Pet form of English Ace, meaning ‘number one.’

Acey – Pet form of English Ace, meaning ‘number one.’

Achan – Anglicized form of Hebrew Akan, meaning ‘one who troubles.’ In the bible, this is the name of an Israelite who stole forbidden items during the assault on Jericho, for which he was stoned to death.

Achar – Anglicized form of Hebrew Akar, meaning ‘one who troubles.’ In the bible, this is the name of an Israelite who stole forbidden items during the assault on Jericho, for which he was stoned to death.

Achaz – Hebrew – God is Holding, One that Takes or Possesses

Achestan – The stony land bearing oak trees

Achim – Possibly means ‘he will establish’ in Hebrew. In the New Testament this name is listed as an ancestor of Jesus

Achraf – Most Honorable One, A variant of Ashraf

Acie – Pet form of English Ace, meaning ‘number one.’

Acke – Short form of English Ackerley, meaning ‘oak meadow.’ Compare with another form of Acke.

Acker – The name Acker is a boy’s name of English origin meaning ‘meadow of oak trees’.

Ackerlea – Variant spelling of English Ackerley, meaning ‘oak meadow.’

Ackerleigh – Meadow Of Oak Trees, means division of land in English, a variant of Ackerley

Ackerley – English surname transferred to forename use, meaning ‘oak meadow.’

Ackerly – Variant spelling of English Ackerley, meaning ‘oak meadow.’

Acklea – Variant spelling of English Ackley, meaning ‘oak meadow.’

Ackley

Ackley – Contracted form of English Ackerley, meaning ‘oak meadow.’

Acklie – Variant spelling of English Ackley, meaning ‘oak meadow.’

Acton – From the town or settlement near the oak trees

Acton – The name Acton is a boy’s name of English origin meaning ‘village with oak trees’.

Acwald – who is from the forest of oak

Acwuld – who belongs to the wood of oak

Acwulf – A wolf from the oak meadows

Adair – One who is fortunate and powerful

Adalia – Anglicized form of Hebrew Adalya, of Persian derivation, meaning ‘I shall be drawn up of God.’ In the bible, this is the name of the fifth son of Haman.

Adaliah – Variant spelling of English Adalia, meaning ‘I shall be drawn up of God.’

Adalson – Son of All

Adam

Adam – In use by the English. Greek form of Hebrew Adam, meaning ‘the red earth.’

Adamsson – The son of Adam, from earth

Adare – English variant spelling of Scottish Adair, meaning ‘the ford of the oaks.’

Adcok – The offspring or the son of Adam

Addam – English variant spelling of Hebrew Adam, meaning ‘earth’ or ‘red.’

Addaneye – One who is living on a noble person’s island

Adde – Noble, Kind, Wise, Polite

Addi – A Variant of Adde, Noble, Nobility

Addie – Son of Adam

Addis – Son of Adam

Addis – Son of Adam, Son of the Red Earth, A derivative of name Adam

Addisen – Form of ADDISON – son of Adam

Addison – Son of Adam

Addison – Originally a last name derived from the name Adam. It has become popular as a first name, especially for girls.

Addisson – Form of ADDISON – son of Adam

Addisyn – Form of ADDISON – son of Adam

Addney – Lives on the Noble’s Island, A variant of Adney

Addy – Son of Adam

Addyson – Form of ADDISON – son of Adam

Adelard – noble strength in German, A variant of Abelard

Adem – Hebrew – Man, Old Greek – Manly, Brave

Aden – Anglicized form of Gaelic Aedan, meaning ‘fire.’

Adeno – Variant spelling of English Adino, meaning ‘soft, delicate’ or ‘his ornament.’

Adey – A short form of Adam, of the earth

Adgar – A happy and peaceful spear

Adim – In Hebrew – Man, A variant of name Adam

Adin – Anglicized form of Hebrew Adiyn, meaning ‘dainty, delicate.’ In the bible, this is the name of an ancestor of a family of exiles who returned with Zerubbabel.

Adina – Anglicized form of Hebrew unisex Adiyna, meaning ‘slender.’ In the bible, this is a masculine name only, the name of one of King David’s captains.

Adino – Anglicized form of Hebrew Adiynow, meaning ‘soft, delicate’ or ‘his ornament.’ In the bible, this is the name of one of King David’s warriors.

Adiran – Latin – Man from Hadria, Dark One, A variant form of Adrian

Adisen – Form of ADDISON – son of Adam

Adison – Variant spelling of English unisex Addison, meaning ‘son of Adam.’

Adisson – Variant spelling of English unisex Addison, meaning ‘son of Adam.’

Adisyn – Form of ADDISON – son of Adam

Adken – Made of oak, strong, variant of Aiken

Adken – Oaken, A variant of Adkin which means Man in Hebrew

Adkins – Made of oak, strong, son of Aiken

Adkins – Son of Aiken, A variant of Adam

Adkyn – Oaken, A variant of Adkin which means Man in Hebrew

Adlai – Anglicized form of Hebrew Adlay, meaning ‘justice of God.’ In the bible, this is the name of an ancestor of Shaphat, the overseer of David’s herds.

Admiral – A high rank in the navy

Adney – English name derived from the Old Norman French family name Oudinot, meaning ‘the noble’s island.’

Adny – Lives on the Noble’s Island, A variant of Adney

Ado – Awe-inspiring, Highborn, Without Further Ceremony, Noble, Nobility

Adolf – Distinguished or strong wolf

Adolfo – Variant of Adolf, strong, cunning, quick.

Adolph – English form of Latin Adolphus, meaning ‘noble wolf.’

Adolphus – noble wolf, A derivative of name Ado

Adonia – Variant spelling of English Adonijah, meaning ‘my Lord is Jehovah.’ Compare with feminine Adonia.

Adonijah – Anglicized form of Hebrew Adoniyah, meaning ‘my Lord is Jehovah.’ In the bible, this is the name of the fourth son of David, and a couple of other characters.

Adras – Means Manly in Greek

Adred – The old counsel, the aged

Adrian

Adrian – English name derived from Latin Adrianus, meaning ‘from Hadria.’

Adrion

Adstan – A noble stone, honourable stone

Adysen – Form of ADDISON – son of Adam

Adyson – Form of ADDISON – son of Adam

Aeccestane – The stone of a swordsman

Aecci – A cool headed, informal and energetic person

Aedan – An Irish name which is diminutive form of name Aed implying fire and means born of fire

Aedelflete – A fast noble person

Aednoth – A medieval monk, a prelate

Aeduin – A rich or blessed friend

Aeduuard – A rich guard of wealth and fortune

Aeduuin – A blessed friend, a rich one

Aefic – The King’s high reeve

Aegheard – A protector cowherd

Aegthryth – The protector of strength

Aeker – Meadow Of Oak Trees, means division of land in English, a variant of Ackerley

Aekerley – From the oak tree meadow, a surname and variant of Ackerley

Aekerley – Meadow Of Oak Trees, means division of land in English, a variant of Ackerley

Aekerman – Man of Oak, A derivative name from Aeker

Aekley – Meadow Of Oak Trees, means division of land in English, a variant of Ackerley

Aeldredus – The noble red-haired person

Aelfdane

Aelfraed – Wise

Aelfryth – The king of mystical powers

Aelfstan – A magical stone with supernatural powers

Aelfthryth – The strength or elf or super powers

Aelfwald – A forest of supernatural powers

Aelfwaru – The guard of the mystical powers

Aelfweard – The guardian of supernatural powers

Aelfwin – Friend of the mystical powers

Aelfwine – A friend of elves, or nymphs

Aelmer – A famous nobleman for his nobility

Aelred – A noble wise man or counsellor

Aembriht – A balanced, rational and confident person

Aenedleah – From the awe inspiring one”s meadow, variant of Ansley

Aenedleah – One who is from an awesome meadows

Aenescumb – Lives in the valley of the majestic one

Aenescumb – One who lives in the valley of majestic people

Aengifu – The gift for the eye

Aengus – Irish Anglicized form of Gaelic Aonghas, meaning ‘excellent valor.’

Aescwig – A fight or rumble near the ash tree

Aescwine – Spear Friend

Aescwyn – The winner or victor from the ash tree

Aesoburne – One who is born near the ash tree

Aethel – A noble snake or one from the Aethelind

Aethelard – One who descends from the noble snake

Aethelbald – Noble and Bold, A King of Mercia

Aethelbeorht – The bright noble snake

Aethelbeorn – One who is born of a noble snake

Aethelberht – Noble or bright

Aethelberht – The bright and shining noble snake

Aethelbert – Noble or bright

Aethelbert – Bright Nobility

Aethelburh – The brightness or a noble snake

Aetheldred – A noble snake counsellor

Aethelfrid – The peaceful noble snake

Aethelfrith – Noble Peace

Aethelgar – The spear of a noble snake

Aethelgifu – A gift of the noble snake

Aethelgyth – The gift from the noble snake

Aethelhard – Noble Strength

Aethelheah – The high noble snake

Aethelhelm – A covering of the noble snake

Aethelhere – Name of a King

Aethelhild – The battle of the noble snake

Aethelhun – A gift from the noble snake

Aethelind – A noble snake

Aethelisdun – The fort of a noble snake

Aethelmod – The modesty of a noble snake

Aethelmund – The protection of a noble snake

Aethelnoth – The distress or the need of a noble snake

Aethelraed – the counsel of noble snake

Aethelred – Wise or learned counselor

Aethelric – The king of the noble snake

Aethelsige – The win or victory of noble snake

Aethelstan – Noble Stone

Aethelstun – The town of the noble snake

Aethelu – The kindness of a noble snake

Aethelulf – The gentleness of a noble snake

Aethelwald – The forest of the noble snake

Aethelwalh – A noble snake from the forest

Aethelwaru – The war of the noble snake

Aethelweah – The storm of noble snake

Aethelweard – The noble snake guard

Aethelwig – The fight of a noble snake

Aethelwin – The victory of the noble snake

Aethelwine – The friend of a noble snake

Aethelwold – The noble snake from the open upland

Aethelwulf – Noble Wolf

Aethelwyne – The companion or friend of the noble snake

Aetheston – The noble hills from the England

Aethilwald – The noble snake of the forest

Aethretun – One who lives at the town of spring

Aetla – The father, or the father of

Aetta – An estate ruler, one who owns an estate

Aettin – One who is from the estate

Affoyon – Clean, helpful and nonchalant person, welcome

Affton – Variant spelling of English unisex Afton, derived from the name of the River Afton in Ayrshire, Scotland, made famous in Burns’ poem ‘Sweet Afton.’

Africa – Cave

Aftan – Suitable for both a girl and a Boy which means powerful, intellectual, poise, charming and attractive.

Afton – Old English surname transferred to unisex forename use, derived from the name of the River Afton in Ayrshire, Scotland, made famous in Burns’ poem ‘Sweet Afton.’

Agag – Roof, Upper Floor

Agathon – A Greek name that means Good

Age – Old Norse – Representatives of Ancestors, Derivative of Aage

Agilberht – Name of a Bishop

Agilbert – One who is responsible, dominating, persistent, compassionate, intelligent, hard working and zealous.

Aginhart – One whit the aging heart

Aglovale – In Arthurian legend, the name of a knight of the Round Table

Agravadain – A systematic, talented and friendly human

Agravaine – A name of the Knight of the Round Table. Means the brother of the hawk

Aguisel – A very old english name with lost meaning

Agyans – Bright Frame

Ahab – Anglicized form of Hebrew Ach’ab, meaning ‘brother of father, uncle.’ In the bible, this is the name of a king of Israel, the husband of Jezebel.

Ahaziah – Anglicized form of Hebrew Achazyah, meaning ‘God holds’ or ‘whom God holds.’ In the bible, this is the name of a son of Ahab and a son of Jehoram.

Ahearn – Variant spelling of English Ahern, meaning ‘lord of horses.’

Aherin – Variant spelling of English Ahern, meaning ‘lord of horses.’

Ahern – Irish surname transferred to forename use, from an Anglicized form of Gaelic O hEachthighearna ‘descendant of Eachthighearna,’ hence ‘lord of horses.’

Aherne – Variant spelling of English Ahern, meaning ‘lord of horses.’

Ahiam – Anglicized form of Hebrew Achiyam, meaning ‘mother’s brother,’ i.e. ‘uncle.’ In the bible, this is the name of one of King David’s warriors.

Ahian – Anglicized form of Hebrew Achyan, meaning ‘brotherly’ or ‘fraternal.’ In the bible, this is the name of a member of the tribe of Manasseh.

Ahiram – Anglicized form of Hebrew Achiyram, meaning ‘brother of height.’ In the bible, this is the name of a son of Benjamin.

Ahmaad – Most highly adored , or most praised , variation of the name muhammad

Ahmoua – Whale

Aiah – Anglicized form of Hebrew unisex Ayah, meaning ‘falcon’ or ‘vulture.’ In the bible, this is the name of the father of Rizpah, and a Horite, the son of Zibeon.

Aiattaua – Beautiful, Maori, male.

Aicken – English – Made of Oak, A variant of name Aiken

Aidan – Anglicized form of Gaelic Aedan, meaning ‘little fire.’

Aidanne – Strength of GodThe Memory of the Lord

Aiden – Variant spelling of English Aidan, meaning ‘little fire.’

Aidis – Battle seasoned

Aidrian – From the Adriatic Sea

Aidric – A variation of Eadric and Edric meaning beloved and blessed leader.

Aidyn – Variant of Aiden, tiny but fierce, brought from far away.

Aij – Impressive

Aiken

Aiken – Made from oak trees

Aikin – English – Made of Oak, A variant of name Aiken

Ailbe – Celtic: White, A variant of the name is Ailbhe

Ailbric – Nobel

Ailean – Celtic – Little Rock, Harmony Peace, English – Fair, Noble, Bright, A variant of name Alan.

Ailfrid – Wise Counselor, Old English : Elf Counsel , A variant of name Alfred

Ailhiet – practical, responsible.

Ailin – Celtic – Little Rock, Harmony Peace, English – Fair, Noble, Bright, A variant of name Alan.

Ailith – seasoned warrior

Aillard – Middle English and Old French form of Old High German Adalhard, meaning ‘noble strength.’

Aillmer – variant of Aylmer

Ailmar – highly sensitive, idealistic

Ailmund – Good nature

Ailred – sensitive, idealistic

Ailuin – Goo person

Ailward – Variant spelling of Middle English Aylward, meaning either ‘noble guard’ or ‘elf guard.’

Ailwin – Wise friend

Aimerey – English variant spelling of French Aimery, meaning ‘home-ruler.’

Aimery – English variant spelling of Norman French Aimeri, meaning ‘home-ruler.’

Aindrea – Strong.

Ainsley – From the field of hermits

Ainslie – Variation of AINSLEY

Ainsworth – English – From Ann’s Estate , A variant name is Annsworth

Aircol – A talented, systematic and technical individual

Airell – Nobleman

Aisford – English – Lives by the Ash Tree Ford

Aisley

Aisley – English – From the ash tree meadow, Dwells at the Ash Tree Grove

Aiston – From the Ash Tree Farm

Aitzin – An open, faithful, thoughtful and philosophical one

Aj – Aj’ is an abbrievative name usually based a person’s initials.

Ake – Old Norse – Representatives of Ancestors, A Derivative from name Aage

Akin – Yoruban – Brave, Heroic , Hebrew – Man

Akker – Meadow Of Oak Trees, means division of land in English.

Akl – A thoughtful, serious and determined individual

Aksel – A variant of name Axel which means Defender of Men in Old Greek

Akta – Greek – Good, A name variant of Agatha

Al – Familiar form for names beginning with Al

Al – Short form of English names beginning with Al-. Compare with another form of Al.

Aladdin – Anglicized form of Arabic Ala Al-din, meaning ‘nobility of faith.’

Alan

Alan – Old Celtic name, possibly having the same origin as Irish Gaelic Ailin, from ailin, a diminutive of ail ‘rock,’ hence ‘little rock.’

Aland – Bright as the sun

Alann – English variant spelling of Celtic Alan, possibly meaning ‘little rock.’

Alban – English name derived from Latin Albanus, meaning ‘like Albus,’ i.e. ‘white.’

Albany – Coming from Alba

Albert

Albert – Middle English form of Anglo-Saxon ?thelbert, meaning ‘bright nobility.’ Compare with other forms of Albert.

Albie – White, rock

Albin

Albin – English name derived from Latin Albinus, meaning ‘like Albus,’ i.e. ‘white.’

Alby – Pet form of English Alban, meaning ‘like Albus,’ i.e. ‘white.’

Alceu – Sicilian form of Alcaeus. it means strength.

Alcott – Coming from the old cottage

Aldan – A variant spelling of the Old English name Alden, meaning ‘old friend’.

Alden – Old friend, wise friend. Variant of Alvin. A surname derived from Aldwyn. Related to the Alder tree.

Alden – Variant spelling of Middle English Aldin, meaning ‘old friend.’ Or from the surname Alden, having several possible meanings: ‘old hill,’ ‘high castle’ or ‘high town.’

Alder – From the alder tree

Aldford – Variant spelling of Old English Alford, meaning ‘old river-ford.’

Aldin – Variant spelling of Middle English Aldine, meaning ‘old friend.’

Aldine – Middle English form of Anglo-Saxon Ealdwine, meaning ‘old friend.’

Aldis – Variant spelling of Old English Aldous, possibly meaning ‘from the old house.’

Aldon – Old friend, wise friend. Variant of Alvin. A surname derived from Aldwyn. Related to the Alder tree.

Aldon – Variant spelling of Middle English Alden, meaning ‘old friend.’

Aldous – From a surname common in the Middle Ages, thought to be of Anglo-Saxon origin, probably a contraction of Old English ald-house, hence ‘from the old house.’

Aldred – Wise Counselor, Old English : Elf Counsel , A variant of name Alfred

Aldric

Aldrich

Aldrich – Middle English form of Anglo-Saxon ?thelric, meaning ‘noble ruler.’ Compare with another form of Aldrich.

Aldridge – From the surname which was derived from Middle English Aldrich, meaning ‘noble ruler.’

Aldrin

Alduin – English: Noble,Wise Friend, A derivative of name Aldwin

Aldus – Variant spelling of Old English Aldous, probably meaning ‘from the old house.’

Aldway – Noble war

Aldwen – Variant spelling of Middle English Aldwin, meaning ‘old friend.’

Aldwin

Aldwin – Middle English form of Anglo-Saxon Ealdwine, meaning ‘old friend.’

Aldwine – Wise friend, variant of Alvin

Aldwyn – Old English – Old Friend , A variant of name Alden

Alec – Short form of English Alexander, meaning ‘defender of mankind.’ Compare with other forms of Alec.

Aleck – Short form of English Alexander, meaning ‘defender of mankind.’

Alek – Old Greek – Defender of Men, A variant of name Alec and Alexander

Aleko – Old Greek – Defender of Men, A variant of name Alec and Alexander

Aleks – Old Greek – Defender of Men, A variant of name Alec and Alexander

Aleman – One who is from the Germanic Alamanni tribe

Alen – Celtic – Little Rock, Harmony Peace, English – Fair, Noble, Bright, A variant of name Alan.

Aler – From the Alder Tree

Aleric – English variant spelling of Visigothic Alaric, meaning ‘all-powerful, ruler of all.’

Alerick – English variant spelling of Visigothic Alaric, meaning ‘all-powerful, ruler of all.’

Alesh – Protected by God

Alex

Alex – English unisex short form of Alexandra and Alexander, meaning ‘defender of mankind.’

Alexander – Anglicized form of Latin Alexandrus (Greek Alexandros), meaning ‘defender of mankind.’ In the New Testament bible, this is the name of a son of Simon, a relative of the high priest, a Jew in Acts 19:33, and a coppersmith who opposed Paul.

Alexavier – Variant of Alexander, ready for battle, leader, soldier.

Alf – Short form of English Alfred, meaning ‘elf counsel.’ Compare with other forms of Alf.

Alfie James – Diminutive of Alfred, and means ‘inspired advice’.

Alfie-Joe – Alfie is derived from the name Alfred and means ‘old peace’ or ‘inspired advice’. Joe has a meaning of ‘add another son’ or ‘to increase’.

Alfie – Pet form of English Alfred, meaning ‘elf counsel.’

Alfonzo – English name derived from Latin Alfonsus, meaning ‘noble and ready.’

Alford – From the old ford

Alford – Old English habitational surname transferred to forename use, from the name of various places most of which were composed of the Old English elements eald ‘old’ and ford ‘ford,’ hence ‘old river-ford.’

Alfred

Alfred – One possible meaning of Alfred is ‘old peace’. Another is a two element name – ‘aelf’ and ‘raed’ which translates as ‘elf counsel’.

Alfredo – Variant of Alfred, the name means wise advisor.

Alfrid – Wise Counselor, Old English : Elf Counsel , A variant of name Alfred

Alfy – Sage, Wise, Old English : Elf Counsel , A variant of name Alfie

Algar – Old English: Elf Spear, Derived from name Aelfgar, A variant name is Alga

Alger – The name Alger is a boy’s name of English origin meaning ‘clever warrior’.

Algernon – English name derived from the old Norman French byname algernon, from aux gernons, for someone ‘moustached.’

Algie – Moustached

Algis – Germanic: Spear, Variation names include Algiss, Algyss and Algysse

Algy – Old French: Moustachioed, Derived from the name Algernon

Alian – High, Supreme, Great, One who climbs upwards

Alic – Short form of English Alexander, meaning ‘defender of mankind.’

Aliceson – Son of Alice, Originally one of the few male names to reference a woman, variants of Aliceson are much more widely used for girls today.

Alick – Short form of English Alexander, meaning ‘defender of mankind.’

Alik – Greek: Defender of men, Protector of Mankind, Russian: Helper of Man

Alin – Celtic – Little Rock, Harmony Peace, English – Fair, Noble, Bright, A variant of name Alan.

Alisander – Protector of Human race

Alix – Variant spelling of English unisex Alex, meaning ‘defender of mankind.’

Alkmund – Protector of the temple

Alkott – From the Old Cottage

All – Diminutive of Alfred, Sage

Allan – English variant spelling of Celtic Alan, possibly meaning ‘little rock.’

Allard – Variant spelling of Middle English and Old French Aillard, meaning ‘noble strength.’

Allaric – English variant spelling of Visigothic Alaric, meaning ‘all-powerful, ruler of all.’

Allarick – English variant spelling of Visigothic Alaric, meaning ‘all-powerful, ruler of all.’

Allaster – Anglicized form of Gaelic Alaster, meaning ‘defender of mankind.’

Allastir – Anglicized form of Gaelic Alaster, meaning ‘defender of mankind.’

Allayne – Comely

Allcot – From the Old Cottage

Alldred – Old Counsel

Alldrich – Old Leader, elderly person incharge

Alldridge – Old Front-runner

Allen – English variant spelling of Celtic Alan, possibly meaning ‘little rock.’

Alleric – English variant spelling of Visigothic Alaric, meaning ‘all-powerful, ruler of all.’

Allerick – English variant spelling of Visigothic Alaric, meaning ‘all-powerful, ruler of all.’

Alleyn – Celtic – Little Rock, Harmony Peace, English – Fair, Noble, Bright, A variant of name Alan.

Alleyne – Celtic – Little Rock, Harmony Peace, English – Fair, Noble, Bright, A variant of name Alan.

Allgar – Variant spelling of Middle English Algar, meaning ‘elf spear.’

Allger – Variant spelling of Middle English Algar, meaning ‘elf spear.’

Allin – English variant spelling of Celtic Alan, possibly meaning ‘little rock.’

Allisoun – Son of the Highborn

Allisson – Alice’s son or little Alice

Allistair – Anglicized form of Scottish Gaelic Alastair, meaning ‘defender of mankind.’

Allister – Greek: Defender of men, Protector of Mankind, A variant of name Alistair

Allistir – Anglicized form of Gaelic Alaster, meaning ‘defender of mankind.’

Allmer – Highborn and Renowned

Allnut – Noble and daring person, a surname

Allon – Anglicized form of Hebrew Allown, meaning ‘oak tree.’ In the bible, this is the name of a son of Simeon.

Allred – Wise, Red Haired Man

Allric – English variant spelling of Visigothic Alaric, meaning ‘all-powerful, ruler of all.’

Allsop – Surname, means Aelle’s hop

Allsun – Noble, Honest, Kind

Allton – From the Old Town

Allu – Celtic – Little Rock, Harmony Peace, English – Fair, Noble, Bright, A variant of name Alan.

Allyn – Celtic – Little Rock, Harmony Peace, English – Fair, Noble, Bright, A variant of name Alan.

Allysdair – Anglicized form of Irish Gaelic Alasdair, meaning ‘defender of mankind.’

Allysdare – Anglicized form of Irish Gaelic Alasdair, meaning ‘defender of mankind.’

Allysson – Noble, majestic, magnificient, Kind

Allystair – Anglicized form of Scottish Gaelic Alastair, meaning ‘defender of mankind.’

Allyster – Anglicized form of Gaelic Alaster, meaning ‘defender of mankind.’

Almarick – One who works hard

Almer – Infamous, Noble Man, A variant of the name Almar

Almo – Noble, Famous, Popular

Almond – Noble protection

Alnoth – Noble, Bold, Daring, A variant of the name Aethelnoth

Aloc – Altered Level of Consciousness. ALOC

Aloin – Noble Friend

Alon – Variant spelling of English Allon, meaning ‘oak tree.’

Alonzo – English variant spelling of Spanish Alonso, meaning ‘noble and ready.’

Aloysius – Well-known fighter

Alpha – English unisex name derived from the first letter of the Greek alphabet.

Alphonzo – English variant spelling of Spanish Alphonso, meaning ‘noble and ready.’

Alpin – Scottish Anglicized form of Gaelic Ailpein, possibly meaning ‘white.’

Alpine – English name, probably derived from the vocabulary word alpine, meaning ‘of the Swiss Alps.’

Alson – Son of a specific person now unknown, possibly Alice or any of the English names beginning with ‘Al’

Alson – Son of All

Alston – From the nobleman”s town, possibly from the elf”s town, surname

Alston – Nobleman’s home

Altair – Modern English unisex name derived from the name of the brightest star in the constellation Aquila, from an Arabic word meaning ‘the bird’ or ‘the flyer.’

Altin – Old English: Town at the river source, A variant name of Alton

Alton – Old English surname transferred to forename use, derived from the name of many places most of which meant either ‘old town’ or ‘settlement at the (river) source.’

Aluin – English: Noble,Wise Friend, A derivative of name Alwin

Alured – Variant spelling of Middle English Alvred, meaning ‘elf counsel.’

Alva – Variant of ALVAH. A famous bearer of this name was the inventor Thomas Alva Edison (1847-1931)

Alvah – Means ‘his highness’ in Hebrew. This name is mentioned in the Old Testament as belonging to a descendant of Esau

Alvar – Old English – Elf Army, Supernatural Army, Gothic – Guard for all, A variant of name Alvaro

Alven – English variant spelling of Norman French Alvin, meaning ‘elf friend.’

Alvie – English pet form of Norman French Alvin, meaning ‘elf friend.’

Alvin – The name Alvin is a boy’s name of English origin meaning ‘noble friend, friend of the elves’.

Alvred – Middle English form of Latin Alvredus, meaning ‘elf counsel.’

Alvy – English pet form of Norman French Alvin, meaning ‘elf friend.’

Alvyn – Teutonic: Loved by All, German: Friend, English: Noble,Wise Friend, A variant of name Alwin

Alwin

Alwin – Variant spelling of Middle English Elwin, meaning ‘elf friend.’ Compare with other forms of Alwin.

Alwyn

Alwyn – Variant spelling of Middle English Alwin, meaning ‘elf friend.’

Alysdair – Anglicized form of Irish Gaelic Alasdair, meaning ‘defender of mankind.’

Alysdare – Anglicized form of Irish Gaelic Alasdair, meaning ‘defender of mankind.’

Alystair – Anglicized form of Gaelic Alaster, meaning ‘defender of mankind.’

Alyster – Anglicized form of Gaelic Alaster, meaning ‘defender of mankind.’

Amal – Means ‘work’ in Hebrew. This was the name of an Asherite in the Old Testament

Amaria – Variant spelling of English Amariah, meaning ‘whom God spoke of.’

Amariah – Anglicized form of Hebrew Amaryah, meaning ‘whom God spoke of.’ In the bible, this is the name of a priest who lived in the time of King Jehoshaphat.

Amasai – Anglicized form of Hebrew Amasay, meaning ‘burdensome.’ In the bible, this is the name of a warrior and chief of the captains, a Kohathite ancestor of Samuel, a priest, and another Kohathite Levite who lived in the time of the reign of king Hezekiah of Judah.

Ambie – Pet form of English Ambrose, meaning ‘immortal.’

Ambrose – English form of Latin Ambrosius, meaning ‘immortal.’

Amby – Pet form of English Ambrose, meaning ‘immortal.’

Amery – Variant spelling of English Amory, meaning ‘home-ruler.’

Ami – Anglicized form of Hebrew Amiy, meaning ‘bond-servant.’ In the bible, this is the name of a servant of King Solomon.

Amitai – Variant spelling of English Amittai, meaning ‘my truth.’

Amitan – They are endless and have a trustworthy personality

Amittai – Anglicized form of Hebrew Amittay, meaning ‘my truth.’ In the bible, this is the name of Jonah’s father.

Amlodi – Anglicized form of Icelandic Amlo?i, possibly meaning ‘heavy’ or ‘the dullard.’

Ammerie – They are divine rulers of the universe who are noble, inoffensive and beloved

Ammiel – Anglicized form of Hebrew Ammiy’el, meaning ‘one of the family of God.’ In the bible, this is the name of several characters, including a spy from the tribe of Dan who died in the plague.

Ammihud – Anglicized form of Hebrew Ammiyhuwd, meaning ‘one of the people of Judah.’ In the bible, this is the name of several characters, including the father of Shemuel.

Amminadab – Anglicized form of Greek Aminadab, meaning ‘servant of the prince.’ In the New Testament bible, this is the name of an ancestor of Christ.

Ammon – Anglicized form of Hebrew Ammown, meaning ‘kindred, tribal.’ In the bible, this is the name of a son of Lot by his younger daughter. Compare with another form of Ammon.

Amon – Anglicized form of Hebrew Amown, meaning ‘skilled workman.’ In the bible, this is the name of a king of Judah, a governor of Samaria, and a descendant of one one of Solomon’s servants. Compare with another form of Amon.

Amory – Brave, powerful. See also Emory.

Amory – English surname transferred to forename use, derived from the Norman French personal name Aimeri, meaning ‘home-ruler.’

Amos – Anglicized form of Greek Amos, meaning ‘strong.’ In the New Testament bible, this is the name of an ancestor of Christ.

Amoz – Anglicized form of Hebrew Amowts, meaning ‘strong.’ In the bible, this is the name of the father of Isaiah the prophet.

Amran – Anglicized form of Hebrew Chamran, meaning ‘the people is exalted’ or ‘their slime.’ In the bible, this is the name of a son of a descendant of Esau.

Amsden – Old English – Name derived from the Oxfordshire place name Ambrosden

Anakin – This name became popular as a boy’s name after the making of the Star Wars saga by George Lucas, who named his Darth Vader character after the surname of director Ken Annakin, a variant spelling of the Low German female personal name Anniken, a form of Hannah, meaning ‘favor, grace.’

Anani – Anglicized form of Hebrew Ananiy, meaning ‘my cloud.’ In the bible, this is the name of the 7th son of Elioenai, descendant of David.

Ananiah – Anglicized form of Hebrew Ananya, meaning ‘Jehovah clouds’ or ‘what Jehovah covers.’ In the bible, this is the name of an ancestor of Azariah who lived in the time of Nehemiah and assisted in rebuilding the city wall.

Ananias – Anglicized form of Greek Hananias, meaning ‘whom Jehovah has graciously given.’ In the New Testament bible, this is the name of the husband of Sapphira, a Christian at Damascus, and a son of Nedebaeus (Greek Nabadias).

Anders – Old Greek – Man, Manly, Virility, Latin – Priceless, A variant of name Anderson

Anderson – English patronymic surname transferred to forename use, meaning ‘son of Andrew.’

Andor – The one who is filled with virility and manlyhood

Andre – A masculine man who are manly and well built

Andrei – Old Greek – Male, Manly, Brave, Virility, A variant of name Andre

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Andrew – Anglicized form of Greek Andreas, meaning ‘man, warrior.’ In the bible, this is the name of an apostle of Christ and brother to Simon Peter. He is said to have been crucified at Patrae in Archaia.

Andrias – Old Greek – Male, Manly, Brave, Virility, A variant of name Andreas

Andric – Old Greek – Male, Manly, Brave, Virility, A variant of name Andreas

Andriel – Manly, brave. Modern variant of Andrew.

Andriel – Old Greek – Male, Manly, Brave, Virility, A variant of name Andrew

Andy – Manly, brave, variant of Andrew

Andy – Unisex pet form of English Andrew and Andrea, meaning ‘man, warrior.’

Angel – English unisex name derived from Latin Angelus, meaning ‘angel, messenger.’ Once used as a man’s name in England. It is now almost strictly a feminine name.

Angus – English surname transferred to forename use, derived from the name of a county of Scotland, which took its name from Gaelic Aonghus (supposedly from Aongus Fer), meaning ‘excellent valor.’

Aniam – A People, The Strength, Sorrow of People

Anjal – Greek – Heavenly Messenger, A variant of name Angel

Anscom – From the valley of the majestic one, surname

Anscom – English surname transferred to forename use, meaning ‘stone-enclosed valley.’

Anscomb – English – From the valley of the majestic one, A variant of name Anscom

Anse – German – Protected by God, English – Son of Agnes, A variant of name Ansel

Ansel

Ansel – Blessed

Ansell – German – Protected by God, A variant of name Ansel

Anselm – German – Protected by God, A derivative from Anshelm

Ansin – English – Son of Agnes, Son of Ann, A variant of name Anson

Ansleigh – Old English – Wood, Clearing, Meadow, Hermitage, Solitary, A variant of name Ansley

Ansley – From the awe inspiring one”s meadow, surname

Ansley – From the pasture land of the noble

Anson – English patronymic surname transferred to forename use, which may have been based on any of a number of Middle English names, i.e. ‘son of Ansel’ or ‘son Agnes.’

Anthon – Latin – Priceless, Inestimable, A variant of name is Anton

Anthony

Anthony – English form of Latin Antonius, possibly meaning ‘invaluable.’

Antony – Variant spelling of English Anthony, possibly meaning ‘invaluable.’

Antuan – English variant spelling of French Antoine, possibly meaning ‘invaluable.’

Antwan – Modern English variant spelling of French Antoine, possibly meaning ‘invaluable.’

Aodhan – Celtic – Fire, Brightness, Splendour, A variant of the name Aodh

Apiatan – Native American – Wooden Lance.

Apollon – Old Greek – To destroy, A variant of the name Apollo

Apollos – Old Greek – To destroy, A variant of the name Apollo

Apollyon – Anglicized form of Greek Apollyon, meaning ‘destroyer.’ In the New Testament bible, this is the name of the angel-prince of the infernal regions, the minister of death and author of havoc on earth. He is also known by the name Abaddon.

Araldo – Army ruler

Aralt – Army ruler

Aran – Hebrew – Enlighted, mountain of strength, exalted, A variant of name Aaron

Ararat – Sacred Land or High Land

Arastoo – Aristotle, the one with fantastic purpose

Arathorn – Eagle king

Arch – Daring and precious

Archard – French – Powerful, A variant of name Archird

Archer

Archer – The name Archer is a boy’s name of English origin meaning ‘bowman’.

Archerd – French – Powerful, A variant of name Archird

Archere – Old English – Bowman, Archer, A variant of the name Archer

Archi – The shaven head of the monks, ray of light

Archibald

Archibald – Anglicized form of Scottish Gaelic Gilleasbaig, meaning ‘bishop’s servant.’

Archibaldo – A bald man

Archibold – Germanic – Truly Brave, A variant of the name Archibald

Archie – Genuine and bold, variant of Archibald

Archie – Pet form of English Archibald, meaning ‘genuine courage.’

Arda – Derived from the Latin name Arden, meaning ‘great forrest’.

Ardal – Anglicized form of Irish Gaelic Ardghal, meaning ‘high valor.’

Ardan – Latin – Green Forest, A variant of the name Arden

Ardel – Latin – Eager, A variant of the name Ardell

Ardell – From the hare”s dell

Ardell – Latin – Eager, The Variant names are Ardel, Ardelle and Ardele

Arden – English habitational surname transferred to unisex forename use, derived from Celtic ard, meaning ‘high,’ hence ‘from the high place.’

Ardley – English – Ardent Meadow, Variant names are Ardlea, Ardleah, Ardlee etc

Ardolf – Home loving wolf

Ardolf – Home Loving Wolf, A variant of the name Ardwolf

Ardolph – Home loving wolf

Ardolph – Home Loving Wolf, A variant of the name Ardwolf

Ardon – Anglicized form of Hebrew Ardown, meaning ‘fugitive.’ In the bible, this is the name of a son of Caleb.

Ardwolf – Home Loving Wolf

Areli – Anglicized form of Hebrew Ar’eliy, meaning ‘lion of God.’ In the bible, this is the name of a son of Gad.

Aretas – Greek form of an Aramaic name, of unknown meaning. This was the name of four Nabataean kings of Petra in Jordan, including the first king (2nd century BC). King Aretas IV is mentioned briefly in the New Testament

Arian – Greek – Braver, Albanian – Golden Life, A variant of name is Arion

Aric – Variant spelling of English Eric, meaning ‘ever-ruler.’

Arick

Arick – Old Norse – Ever Ruling, Island Ruler, Germanic – Powerful Ruler

Aridai – Anglicized form of Hebrew Ariyday, meaning ‘the lion is enough.’ In the bible, this is the name of the ninth of Haman’s ten sons who were hanged by the Jews.

Arieh – Anglicized form of Hebrew Aryeh, meaning ‘lion.’ In the bible, this is the name of an officer of king Pekahiah.

Ariel – Anglicized form of Hebrew unisex Ari’el, meaning ‘lion of god.’ In the bible, this is a name applied to the city of Jerusalem, and the name of a chief of the returning exiles. In the Apocrypha, this is the name of an archangel who rules the waters. It is also the name of a moon of Uranus, and the name of a spirit in Shakespeare’s play ‘The Tempest.’

Arik

Arik – Variant spelling of English Eric, meaning ‘ever-ruler.’ Compare with another form of Arik.

Arin – Variant spelling of English Aaron, meaning ‘light-bringer.’ Compare with feminine Arin.

Arlea – Wild-spirited

Arledge – Lake of the hares, a surname and variant of Harlake

Arledge – The name Arledge is a boy’s name of English origin meaning ‘dweller at the rabbit lake’.

Arleigh – English – Bowman, Hunter, Hare Clearing, Hare Meadow, Variant name of Arley

Arlen – Oath

Arley – English – Bowman, Hunter, Hare Clearing, Hare Meadow, Derived from Harley

Arlie – Variant spelling of English Arley, meaning ‘rocky meadow.’

Arlington – From the settlement of Alffrith

Arlo – Between two hills

Arly – English – Bowman, Hunter, Variant of the name Arley

Armistead – The name Armistead is a boy’s name of English origin meaning ‘hermit’s place’.

Armstead – Living next to the house of a hermit

Armstrang – English – Man with a Strong Arm in Battle, Variant of English name Armstrong

Armstrong – English – Man with a Strong Arm in Battle, Variant names are Armstrang and ArmStron

Arn – Short form of English Arnold, meaning ‘eagle power.’ Compare with another form of Arn.

Arnatt – English – Little Eagle, A variant of name Arnette

Arndell – English – From the Eagle’s Dell

Arne – Medieval short form of English Arnold, meaning ‘eagle power.’ Compare with another form of Arne.

Arnet – English – Little Eagle, A variant of name Arnette

Arnett – Little eagle

Arnett – English – Little Eagle, A variant of name Arnette

Arnie – Pet form of English Arnold, meaning ‘eagle power.’

Arnold – Strong as an eagle

Arnold – The name Arnold is a boy’s name of English origin meaning ‘ruler, strong as an eagle’.

Arny – Pet form of English Arnold, meaning ‘eagle power.’

Aroldo – Army ruler

Arran – Variant spelling of English Aaron, meaning ‘light-bringer.’

Arrick

Arrick – Germanic – Powerful Ruler, Old Norse – Ever Ruling, Lone Ruler, Island Ruler, A variant of Aric

Arron – Hebrew – Enlighted, mountain of strength, Exalted, A variant of name Aaron

Arry – Army ruler

Arryn – Variant spelling of English Aaron, meaning ‘light-bringer.’

Arsen – Greek – Virile, A variation of Arsenio

Art – Noble, courageous, abbreviation of Arthur

Art – English short form of Celtic Arthur, possibly meaning ‘bear-man.’ Compare with another form of Art.

Artagnan – Name of one of the Three Musketeers, It means leader

Artair – Bear

Arte – Celtic – Stone, Bear, Germanic – Thor, The Eagle, A variant of name Arthur

Arth – Celtic – Stone, Bear, Germanic – Thor, The Eagle, A variant of name Arthur

Arther – Celtic – Stone, Bear, Germanic – Thor, The Eagle, A variant of name Arthur

Arthur – Noble, courageous, possibly related to the obscure Roman family name Artorius. Other possible sources include an Irish Gaelic word meaning ‘stone,’ and artos, the Celtic word for ‘bear.’ Most English speakers will associate this name with legendary King Arthur. Also, from the Icelandic, meaning a follower of Thor, the Norse god of war.

Arthur – Celtic Arthurian legend name of a famous King of Britain. The name is of obscure etymology, possibly composed of Welsh art/arth ‘bear’ and Brittonic gur ‘man,’ hence ‘bear-man.’ The earliest mention of him is in Welsh texts, where he is never called ‘king,’ but rather dux bellorum, meaning ‘war leader.’ Medieval Welsh texts call him ameraudur ’emperor’ which could also mean ‘war leader.’ In early Welsh works the word art was used as a figurative synonym for ‘warrior.’

Artie – Abbreviation of Arthur noble, courageous.

Artie – English pet form of Celtic Arthur, possibly meaning ‘bear-man.’

Artur – Early English form of Celtic Arthur, possibly meaning ‘bear-man.’

Artus – Bear

Arty – Celtic – Stone, Bear, Germanic – Thor, The Eagle, A variant of name Arthur

Arundel – From the eagle”s dell

Arundel – From the Eagle’s Valley

Arvel – Welsh – Wept Over, Arval is a variant of name Arvel

Arvin – Possibly a variant spelling of English Irvin, meaning ‘fresh water’ or ‘green water.’

Arvis – English – Friend of the People, A variant of name Arvin

Arvon – English – Friend of the People, A variant of name Arvin

Arwood – English – From the Fir Forest

Arwyn – English – Friend of the People, A variant of name Arvin

Asaf – Variant spelling of English Asaph, meaning ‘collector, gatherer.’

Asaph – Anglicized form of Hebrew Acaph, meaning ‘collector, gatherer.’ In the bible, this is the name of several characters, including King David’s chief musician.

Asareel – Anglicized form of Hebrew Asar’el, meaning ‘whom God has bound (by a vow).’

Asbel – A creative and lighted individual, energy

Asbjorn – God of bears

Asbury – A fort close to ash trees

Ascferth – One who resides near Esat cottage

Aschere – A constructive, progressive and excited being

Aschton – A tree settlement, East town

Ascil – A perfect and noblest person of the world

Ascot – From the eastern cottage, An ascot is commonly known as a broad neck scarf or tie which is considered sophisticated and is usually worn with formal wear. Berkshire, England hosts the famous Ascot horse races.

Ascot – English – Style of necktie, A variant of name is Ascott

Ascott – English – Style of necktie, A variant of name Ascot

Aselaphes – A positive and self assuring person, greatest

Ash – Ash tree, the root of several English names and therefore a familiar variant of them, including Ashley and Ashton

Ash – Short form of English unisex Ashley, meaning ‘ash-tree grove.’

Ashbie – One from the ash tree farm

Ashburn – Lives near the ash tree brook, surname

Ashburn – Lives Near the Ash Tree Brook

Ashby – Coming from the ash tree farm

Ashcroft – Ash tree farm

Ashdon – Of Old English origin meaning ‘ash tree’, a wood valued for its durability and flexibility.

Asheley – One who lives in the groves of ash tree

Ashelie – Ash tree meadow

Ashely – One who lives in the groves of ash tree

Ashenford – River ford seen near the ash trees

Asher – Hebrew name derived from the word ashar, meaning ‘happy.’ In the bible, this is the name of a son of Jacob. In use by the English.

Ashford – One who lives by the ash tree ford

Ashian – Ash tree meadow

Ashlan – From the ash-tree meadow

Ashland – Land of ash

Ashle – One who lives in the ash tree grove

Ashleay – The one who loves their neighbor, a meadow

Ashlee – Ash tree

Ashlei – meadow, clearing of forest, pure and trustworthy

Ashleigh – Ash tree

Ashley Ash Wood – One who resides in the Ash tree grove

Ashley – English surname transferred to unisex forename use, composed of the Old English elements ‘ash’ and leah ‘wood,’ hence ‘ash-tree grove.’

Ashlie – Ash tree

Ashlin – English – Ash Wood, A variant of name Ashley

Ashly – Ash tree

Ashman – Old English – Seaman, Pirate, One who travelled in Ash Wood Boat, German – Boatman

Ashraf – Derived from the English name Ashley meaning ‘ash wood’.

Ashriel – Anglicized form of Hebrew Asriy’el, meaning ‘vow of God.’ In the bible, this is the name of a son and great-grandson of Manasseh, and a son of Gilead.

Ashten – From the Ash tree

Ashtin – Variant of Ashton, the name means coming from town of ash trees.

Ashton – English habitational surname transferred to unisex forename use, from the name of various places composed of the Old English elements ?sc ‘ash tree’ and tun ‘settlement,’ hence ‘ash tree settlement.’

Ashtton – From the Ash tree

Ashtun – From the Ash tree

Ashtyn – Variant of Ashton, the name means coming from town of ash trees.

Ashur – Anglicized form of Hebrew Ashchuwr, meaning ‘blackness.’ In the bible, this is the name of a son of the father of Temeni.

Ashwin

Ashwin – Of Old English origin meaning ‘ash tree’, a wood valued for its durability and flexibility.

Ashwith – One who came from Ashwith tree

Ashworth – An Ash tree, a settlement, enduring being

Asia – English unisex name derived from the name of the continent, which was possibly derived from Assyrian asu, meaning ‘east.’

Asitanga – One who has expressive and optimistic being

Asner – Hebrew – Happy, Blessed, Cute

Asshur – Anglicized form of Hebrew Ashshuwr, meaning ‘a step.’ In the bible, this is the name second son of Shem. It is also a name applied to the nation of Assyria and its people.

Assur – Anglicized form of Hebrew Ashshuwr, meaning ‘a step.’ In the bible, this is the name second son of Shem. It is also a name applied to the nation of Assyria and its people.

Asten – Derived from the surname originally derived from a place name, meaning ‘east town’.

Astlabor – A sharp-witted, optimistic being

Aston – English habitational surname transferred to unisex forename use, from the name of various places composed of the Old English elements east ‘east’ and tun ‘settlement,’ hence ‘east settlement.’

Astrophel – English literary name from Astrophel and Stella, a famous sonnet composed by Philip Sidney in the 1580s, composed of the Greek elements aster ‘star’ and phil ‘friend, lover,’ hence ‘star lover.’

At – One who is devoted and faithful

Athelhard – They grab the opportunity and are tactful

Athelheah – one whith free thinking, progressive and a risk taker

Athelmod – A high spirited, alert and lively person

Athelstan – Variant spelling of Middle English Ethelstan, meaning ‘noble stone.’

Athemar – Noble or famous

Atherol – A person who is a dweller at a spring farm

Atheron – Spring Season, one who is fromm a small town near river

Atherton – From the town or settlement near the spring, surname

Atherton – A person from a spring town

Athmarr – A noble and a famous person

Athmore – A person from the moor

Athruis – They are honest and reserved people

Atkinsone – Son of aiken

Atlea – Someone from the meadow

Atleigh – Someone who is from woods

Atley – From the Meadow

Atmore – Someone from an uncultivated upland

Atre – Celtic – Stone, bear, German – Thor, The Eagle , A variant form of Arthur

Atrit – A refined and adventurous being

Attewater – A person who is sweleer at the water

Attewode – A person who lives in the forest

Atteworthe – A person who lives at the farmstead

Attin – Hebrew – Man, A variant of name Adam meaning red earth

Attison – A gracious person

Attkins – Hebrew – Man, A variant of name Adam meaning red earth

Attlee – Someone from the meadow

Attley – A person who hails from meadows

Attmore – English – From the Moor

Attwell – Lives by the Spring, Someone who lived by the stream

Attwood – A topographical surname which has very old roots

Atwood – Lives near or in the woods, surname

Atwood – Lives in the Forest, Someone who lived by the wood

Atwoode – Someone at the wood

Atworth – Lives at the Farmstead.

Aubelet – An old English name

Auberon – Rules with elf-wisdom, highborn, possible variant of Aubrey

Auberon

Aubinnet – They are progressive, fun loving and free thinking

Aubour – Nature name

Aubrey – English unisex form of Norman French Alberi, meaning ‘elf ruler.’

Aubry – Masculine variant spelling of English unisex Aubrey, meaning ‘elf ruler.’

Aubyn – English variant spelling of French Aubin, meaning ‘like Albus,’ i.e. ‘white.’

Auday – To arrive at a spot

Audel – From the ancient valley or dell, surname

Audel – English – Old Friend

Auden – English – Old Friend, Scandinavian – Deserted, Desolate, Variant of Alden

Audie – English – Guardian of Riches, Noble Strength, Variant of name Audey

Audley – English habitational surname transferred to forename use, derived from the name of a place in Staffordshire, composed of Old English Ealdgyth and leah ‘meadow, woodland clearing,’ hence ‘Ealdgyth’s meadow.’

Audrey – Of noble strength

Audric

Audric – This name means someone who is a wise ruler.

August – Short form of Latin Augustus, meaning ‘venerable.’ In use by the English and Germans.

Augusta – Majestic and grand

Augustan – Great and venerable ruler

Augustas – A great ruler

Augusten – Someone who is great and magnificient

Augustin – Romanian form of Augustinus

Augustine – English form of Latin Augustinus, meaning ‘venerable.’

Auicatus – A healer, a just and powerful King

Aulay – Anglicized form of Scottish Gaelic Amhlaibh, meaning ‘heir of the ancestors.’

Auren – Heard or Laurel, A variant of name is Auron

Aurick – Eternal ruler, forever strong, variant of Eric

Auronee – A Firewood

Austen – Variant of Augustine.

Austen – Variant spelling of English Austin, meaning ‘venerable.’

Austeyn – A powerful and great person

Austin

Austin – English surname transferred to forename use, from Old French Aousten, from Roman Latin Augustinus, meaning ‘venerable.’

Austyn – Unisex form of English Austin, meaning ‘venerable.’

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Autti – Hardworking people, has imagination and tender nature

Autumn – English unisex name derived from the season name, from Latin autumnus, thought to be of Etruscan origin. Harvest was the original English name for the season, Autumn replaced it in the 16th century.

Auveray – A vigilant, amiable and youthful person

Auvrai – A vivacious, relaxed and mature being

Auy – They are pleasant, sufficient and important

Avajay – Victory, one who always wins

Avalloch – A level- headed, honest individual

Avarloch – An able, adaptive and rational individual

Averay – An alluring, adorable and youthful person

Averel – Middle English masculine form of Anglo-Saxon Eoforhild, meaning ‘boar battle.’

Averil

Averill – English surname (Averill) transferred to forename use, meaning ‘the hill sown with oats.’

Avery – English surname transferred to unisex forename use, originally a Norman French form of Middle English Alfred, meaning ‘elf counsel.’

Avicati – An artistic and virtuous being who loves to enjoy company

Avien – One who has a noble strength and is powerful

Avier – A vigorous and loving human being, Hare’s meadow

Avilion – A golden rainbow, beautiful and unique

Avitamos – A tender hearted men, mature

Avitorix – Tactful person who loves adventure

Avon – English name which derived from the name of any of several rivers in England which got their name from Celtic afon, meaning ‘river.’

Avree – One who is a wise ruler

Avrel – One with strength and has a fighting boar’s power

Awentia – A plant who has a nice smell

Axa – Harmony, peace loving

Axton – The name Axton is a boy’s name of English origin meaning ‘sword stone’.

Aydan – Enduring

Ayden – Enduring

Ayer – Inheritor

Ayers – Heir to a fortune, Ayers rock is an impressive and memorable landmark in Australia.

Ayers – Son of Ayer

Aykin – One who is made out of Oak

Ayl – Noble, famous

Aylbricht – A lonesome, analytic and happy individual

Ayler – One who loves the world

Aylewynus – An admirable and lovely human being

Aylmer – Highborn and renowned, variant of Elmer

Aylmer – English surname transferred to forename use, derived from a contracted form of Athelmare, meaning ‘nobly famous.’

Aylmerus – An accepting, level headed individual

Aylward – Middle English form of Anglo-Saxon ?thelweard ‘noble guard’ or ?lfweard ‘elf guard.’

Aylwin – EnglishGermanic: ElfNobleWise Friend, A variant of name Alvin

Aylworth – A well read, opportunity loving person

Aymery – Variant spelling of English Aimery, meaning ‘home-ruler.’

Aynulf – A fearless and poerful person

Azal – Anglicized form of Hebrew Atsel, meaning ‘noble.’ In the bible, this is the name of a place near Jerusalem, and a descendant of Saul.

Azaniah – Anglicized form of Hebrew Azanyah, meaning ‘God hears.’ In the bible, this is the name of the father of Jeshua.

Azarael – Anglicized form of Hebrew Azar’el, meaning ‘God has helped’ or ‘whom God helps.’ In the bible, this is the name of many characters, including a son of Bani, one of King David’s warriors, and a priest and musician.

Azareel – Anglicized form of Hebrew Azar’el, meaning ‘God has helped’ or ‘whom God helps.’ In the bible, this is the name of many characters, including a son of Bani, one of King David’s warriors, and a priest and musician.

Azariah – Anglicized form of Aramaic/Hebrew Azarya, meaning ‘help of God.’ In the bible, this is the name of several characters, including one of the three young men thrown into the fiery furnace by Nebuchadnezzar.

Azazel – Anglicized form of Hebrew Aza’zel, meaning ‘entire removal’ and ‘scapegoat.’ In the bible, this word is found in the law of the day of atonement (Leviticus 16:8, 10, 26). It refers to a goat used for sacrifice for the sins of the people. In modern times, Azazel was interpreted as a Satanic, goat-like demon. The name has even been used for the ‘Angel of Death.’

Azaziah – Anglicized form of Hebrew Azazyahuw, meaning ‘Yahweh is mighty.’ In the bible, this is the name of several minor characters, including the father of Hoshea.

Azel – Anglicized form of Hebrew Atsel, meaning ‘noble.’ In the bible, this is the name of a place near Jerusalem, and a descendant of Saul.

Azrael – Anglicized form of Arabic Azra’il, the name of the ‘Angel of Death’ who separates the soul from the body upon death.

Azriel – Anglicized form of Arabic Azra’il, the name of the ‘Angel of Death’ who separates the soul from the body upon death.

Azuriah – Variant spelling of English Azariah, meaning ‘help of God.’

English boy names starting with B

Baal-Zebub – Anglicized form of Hebrew Ba’al-Zebuwb, meaning ‘lord of the fly.’ In the bible, this is the name of a Philistine deity worshiped at Ekron.

Baalzebub – Anglicized form of Hebrew Ba’al-Zebuwb, meaning ‘lord of the fly.’ In the bible, this is the name of a Philistine deity worshiped at Ekron.

Baanan – One who is Bright and Radiant, Smart and Knowledgeable

Babe – This was once a popular American English pet name for athletes, especially in the early 1900s, before and after Babe Ruth. Compare with feminine Babe.

Babson – The name Babson is a boy’s name of English origin meaning ‘son of Barbara’.

Baby – Infant human

Babyboy – A literal way of naming a baby boy.

Bacon – Selling pork

Badgar – English – The Burrowing Mammal, Derivative of the name Badger

Bahz – Name of a famous Hakeem, faithful

Bailee – Originally an occupational surname meaning ‘bailiff’ may also mean ‘berry wood’.

Bailey – The name Bailey can be used as both a male or female name and has the meanings ‘baliff’ and ‘berry wood’. This meaning comes from the job title ‘baliff’

Bailie – Of Old English origin meaning ‘baliff, berry wood’ a variation of the name Bailey.

Baillie – A civil person, they are steward

Bailor – One who has a majestic personality

Baily – From the Old English term ‘baile’ meaning ‘the outer wall of a castle’.

Bainbridge

Bainbridge – Useful bridge

Baines – White

Baird – Minstrel, a medieval musical entertainer

Baker – Occupation name

Baker – The name Baker is a boy’s name of English origin.

Bakur – A baker or a thunderbolt

Balamy – Derived from bellamy which means good looking. It symbolizes compassion and forgiveness.

Balder – Means ‘ prince’ or brave warrior or ‘Son of Odin’

Baldewyne – One who has a desire to please everyone

Baldhere – Bold army

Baldhere – It is a variation of the name Balder. It also means ‘ a bold and courageous army.’

Baldred – It as the name of a courageous man who pleaded for the freedom of Scottish. The name symbolizes leadership and Initiative.

Baldric – It means a brave and courageous ruler. It symbolises great heights and a fearless warrior.

Baldrick – It means power and bravery.

Balduino – Bold friend

Baldwin – English form of French Baldoin, meaning ‘brave friend.’

Baldwulf – It symbolizes bright and assertive mind. It shows a light hearted person.

Bale – Lives in the valley, variant of Vail

Balin – Valiant

Balizs – One who is very nice and close to heart

Baljekar – One who rise above the mountains

Ballard – From an Old English derogatory name for a bald-headed person, it became a surname, then transferred to forename, derived from Middle English balled, meaning ’rounded like a ball,’ hence ‘bald-headed.’

Ballinamore – Irish surname transferred to forename use, from an Anglicized form of Gaelic Beal an Atha Moir, meaning ‘mouth of the big ford.’

Ballinderry – Irish surname transferred to forename use, from an Anglicized form of Gaelic Baile an Doire, meaning ‘town of the oak wood.’

Balthasar – Anglicized form of Greek Baltasar, meaning ‘Ba’al protect the king.’ Early Christians assigned names to the three Magi (‘wise men from the east’) who visited the baby Jesus. They are mentioned but not named in the bible, Balthasar is one of them, the other two are Casper and Melchior.

Balthazar – Variant spelling of English Balthasar, meaning ‘Ba’al protect the king.’

Balther – The name means ‘saint’

Bambi – English unisex name, derived from the Italian word bambino, meaning ‘child.’

Bambie – Variant spelling of English unisex Bambi, meaning ‘child.’

Bana – Slayer, Arrow, Number, An aromatic plant, a slayer

Banaing – Son of Bana, son of the slayer

Banaing – Son of the Slayer

Banbrigge – Lives Near the Bridge over the White Water

Bancrofft – Pasture, Field of Beans

Bancroft – The name Bancroft is a boy’s name of English origin meaning ‘field of beans, dweller near the bean farm’.

Band – Broom Covered Hill

Bani – Anglicized form of Hebrew Baniy, meaning ‘built.’ In the bible, this is the name of several characters, including one of David’s warriors.

Banjamen – Right-hand Son, Similar to Benedict

Banjamino – Son of my right hand

Banjamon – Most loved son

Banjiman – Variant of Benjamin,Right-hand Son

Banjo – Andrew Barton ‘Banjo’ Paterson was a poet who wrote the lyrics to the song ‘Walzing Matilda’ which is the unofficial national song of Australia .

Bank – Field of Beans

Bankroft – Pasture

Banks – Banks refers to the edge or bank of a river.

Banner – Flag, ensign bearer.

Banner – The name Banner is a boy’s name of English origin meaning ‘flag bearer’.

Banning – Son of the slayer

Banyan – The Banyan Tree

Baphomet – An Idol or Diety which the Knights Templar were worshiping

Baptist – English form of French Baptiste, meaning ‘baptist.’

Bar-Jesus – Anglicized form of Greek Bariesou, meaning ‘son of Jesus.’ In the New Testament bible, this is the name of a false prophet.

Bar – Boar, Place Name, Where Birches Grow, One who Sings Ballads, Earth, Land

Barclay – The name Barclay is a boy’s name of English origin meaning ‘where birches grow’.

Barcley – Birch Valley, Place Name, Where Birches Grow

Barcvni – English name for Boys

Bardan – Lives near the boar”s den

Bardan – Lives Near the Boar’s Den, From the

Bardaric – ax ruler

Bardarik – axe ruler

Bardawulf – axe and wolf

Barden – Lives near the boar”s den

Barden – The name Barden is a boy’s name of English origin meaning ‘barley valley’.

Bardene – From the boar valley

Bardo

Bardolf – The name Bardolf is a boy’s name of English origin meaning ‘axe-wolf’.

Bardolph

Bardolphe – A bright wolf

Bardou – Axe-wielding wolf

Bardoul – Bright wolf, ax-wielding wolf

Bardrick – Soldier who wields an axe

Bardulf – Bright wolf, ax-wielding wolf

Bardulph – Axe-wolf

Baret – Argumentative

Barett – Argumentative

Barker – The name Barker is a boy’s name of English origin meaning ‘tanner’.

Barklay – Place Name, Where Birches Grow

Barkley – From the Birch Tree Meadow, Place Name, Where Birches Grow

Barklie – Place Name, Where Birches Grow

Barley – The name Barley is a boy’s name of English origin meaning ‘grower or seller of barley’.

Barlow – The name Barlow is a boy’s name of English origin meaning ‘bare hillside’.

Barlowe – Place Name, The Bare Hillside

Barnabus – Son of consolation

Barnaby – The name Barnaby is a boy’s name of English origin meaning ‘son of consolation’.

Barnard – Strong as a bear, variant of Bernard

Barnes – The name Barnes is a boy’s name of English origin meaning ‘someone who lives or works near the barn’.

Barneston – From the Town of Barnes

Barnet – Of Honorable Birth, From the Land That was Burned

Barnett – The name Barnett is a boy’s name of English origin meaning ‘place cleared by burning’.

Barney – English pet form of Bernard ‘bold as a bear’ and Greek Barnabas ‘son of exhortation.’

Barnham – From the Baron’s Home

Barnie – From the Land That was Burned, Diminutive of Bernard, Brave, Bear, Courageous, Son of Comfort

Barnum – The name Barnum is a boy’s name of English origin meaning ‘baron’s home’.

Barocunas – English name for Boys

Baron – Warrior, a title of nobility used as a given name

Baron – The name Baron is a boy’s name of English origin.

Baronet – From the Land That was Burned

Baronett – From the Land That was Burned

Barrclay – Birch Valley, Place Name, Where Birches Grow

Barret – English byname for a quarrelsome person. It became a surname, then transferred to a forename, derived from Middle English barat, a derivative of barater, meaning ‘to haggle,’ hence ‘haggler.’

Barrett

Barrett – From a surname probably meaning ‘strife’ in Middle English, originally given to a quarrelsome person

Barrette – Argumentative

Barric – From the barley or the grain farm, surname

Barric – The name Barric is a boy’s name of English origin meaning ‘grain farm’.

Barrick – A barley farm

Barrie – Variant spelling of English Barry, meaning ‘fair-headed.’

Barrik – Grain farm, one who is like a blessing

Barrington – A town in England, refers to a fenced-in place

Barrington – A troublesome tribe or person

Barris – Son of Harry

Barrivendi – English name for Boys

Barrlow – Hillside

Barron – Warrior, variant of the title Baron

Barron – The name Barron is a boy’s name of English origin.

Barrow – Living by a grove

Barrton – Place Name, Barley Settlement

Barry – Fair-haired

Barry – Anglicized form of Irish Gaelic Barra, meaning ‘fair-headed.’

Barse – Fresh-water perch

Bart – Ploughman

Bart – Short form of English Bartholomew, meaning ‘son of Talmai.’

Bartel – Variant of Bartholomew often used as a surname

Bartel – From the Barley Farm, Farmer’s Son, Son of Talmai

Barth – Son of the earth, variant of Bartholomew, often used as a surname

Barthelmy – Son of a Farmer, Both Surname and Given Name

Bartholomeo – Son of a Farmer, Both Surname and Given Name

Bartholomew – English form of French Bartholomieu, meaning ‘son of Talmai.’ In the New Testament bible, this is the name of one of the twelve apostles.

Bartholomieu – Son of a Farmer, Both Surname and Given Name

Bartilmew – English name for Boys

Bartle – Diminutive of Bartholomew Dating to the 13th Century, Most Used Commonly as a Surname in Modern Times

Bartlet – Diminutive of Bartholomew Dating to the 13th Century, Most Used Commonly as a Surname in Modern Times, Farmer’s Son

Bartlett – The farmer”s son, This surname is also a variant of Bartholomew. John Bartlett”s Familiar Quotations is one to the most referenced resources for speech writers and students in the English language.

Bartlett – Diminutive of Bartholomew, Son of a Farmer, From the Barley Farm, Ploughman, Farmer’s Son

Bartley – From the Birch Tree Meadows, Son of Talmai, Son of the One who Abounds in Furrows

Bartolo – Son of a Farmer, Both Surname and Given Name, Ploughman

Bartolomeu – son of Talmai, son of the one who

Barton – From the barley town of settlement, surname

Barton – The name Barton is a boy’s name of English origin meaning ‘from the barley settlement’.

Bartram – Glorious raven.

Barty – son of Talmai, son of the one who

Baruch – Anglicized form of Hebrew Baruwk, meaning ‘blessed.’ In the bible, this is the name of several characters, including a faithful attendant of Jeremiah to whom the apocryphal Book of Baruch is ascribed.

Barwick – Coming from a corn farm

Barwon – Barwon is Aboriginal for ‘Wide River’

Barzilai – Anglicized form of Hebrew Barzillay, meaning ‘man of iron.’

Barzillai – Anglicized form of Hebrew Barzillay, meaning ‘man of iron.’ In the bible, this is the name of several characters, including a Gileadite leader who helped David against Absalom’s rebellion.

Bas – Short form of English Basil, meaning ‘king’ or ‘basil (the herb).’

Bascom – Of English origin meaning: from Boscombe (a suburb of Bournemouth in the UK).

Base – The Short One

Baseem – Smiling

Bash – Forerunner, strike hard and violently

Basil – Kingly: Saint Basil the Great was a fourth-century bishop who was one of the fathers of the early Christian church. This was also the name of two Byzantine emperors.

Basil – English form of French Basile, meaning ‘king.’ Also sometimes given as an herb name.

Basilio – Noble, Royal, Kingly, Rose

Bass – Short, small, petit

Basset – Short, Little Person

Bassett – English name derived from the Old French word basset, a byname for a short person, derived from a diminutive form of the word basse (‘low, short’), hence, ‘shorty.’

Bastian – Short form of English Sebastian, meaning ‘from Sebaste.’

Basuca – One who is imaginative

Bat – Son of Tolmai

Bater – The Grey Quail

Bates – The name Bates is a boy’s name of English origin.

Batista – Baptist, To Dip

Batu – Loyal, faithful, devoted individual

Baudier – Light and Innocence

Baudoin – Brave Friend, fearless companion

Baudoyn – English name for Boys

Baul – Snail

Bavol – Wind, strom

Bawden – dweller by the top

Bax – Baker, a person who make bread and cakes

Baxley – The name Baxley is a boy’s name of English origin meaning ‘baker’s meadow’.

Baxter – Baker, an occupational surname transferred to first name use in 19th century

Baxter – Old English occupational surname transferred to forename use, derived from the word ‘female baker,’ the feminine form of ‘(male) baker.’

Bay – Variant of Bayard auburn-haired.

Bay – Bay is Sea Inlet

Bayard – The name Bayard is a boy’s name of English origin meaning ‘russet-haired’.

Bayarde – Brown Hair

Bayhard – Reddish Brown Hair

Baylen – Variant of Bayard auburn-haired.

Bayley – Meaning ‘baliff’ and ‘berry wood’, it is also used as a girls name.

Bayli – bailiff, berry wood

Baylin – Baylin is an English surname

Bayly – Steward, warden

Baynbridge – Light Bridge

Bayne – This name means a bridge.

Baynebridge – Insipid Bridge

Baynes – Bond

Baz – Pet form of English Basil, meaning ‘king’ or ‘basil (the herb).’

Bazlurrahman – Generosity of the All-merciful

Bazyl – Royal

Beac – One who is spreckled

Beach – Close to Beech Trees

Beacon

Beada – A surname, meaning a barm of cows

Beadumund – Bold protector

Beadured – English name for Boys

Beaduric – One who is powerful

Beadutun – From the Warrior’s Estate

Beadwheard – A bold guard

Beagga – He who is small

Beagmund – One who brings peace

Beagnoth – English name for Boys

Beal – The name Beal is a boy’s name of English origin meaning ‘fair, handsome’.

Beald – A handsome man

Bealdwine – bold friend, brave friend

Beaman – The name Beaman is a boy’s name of English origin meaning ‘beekeeper’.

Beamann – Beekeeper, Honey producer

Beamen – Beekeeper.

Beamer – The name Beamer is a boy’s name of English origin meaning ‘trumpet player’.

Bean

Beanburh – A bold fortress

Beanstan – A strong stone

Bear – This creative name has the dual meaning of the powerful, furry animal and the concept of support or holding up.

Beard – One who has beard

Beardsley – Beard

Beasley – Bent grass wood

Beather – English name for Boys

Beaton – From the Warrior’s Estate

Beau – Originally an English pet name meaning ‘handsome,’ derived from the French word, beau, meaning ‘beautiful.’ Later, in the 19th century, it was used as a word meaning ‘admirer’ or ‘sweetheart.’ Its use as a forename seems to have been due to Wren’s novel Beau Geste (1924) and the character Beau Wilkes in Mitchell’s Gone With the Wind (1936).

Beauden – Elaboration of French beau ‘beautiful’, using the popular den suffix sound found in such names as Braden, Hayden and Aidan. This name has become popular in New Zealand due to rugby player Beauden Barrett (1991-)

Beaumund – One who is prostected

Beauvivant – English name for Boys

Beavis – Variant spelling of English Bevis, possibly meaning ‘shining one.’

Beck – Brook

Beck – Beck means person who lives near the brook.

Becker – Living near a stream

Beckett – Little mouth, a surname

Beckett – From an English surname that could be derived from various sources, including from Middle English beke meaning ‘beak’ or bekke meaning ‘stream, brook’

Beckham – Place of the small stream, well-known surname thanks to the soccer star David Beckham

Beckham – The name Beckham is a boy’s name of English origin meaning ‘homestead by the stream’.

Beda – Battle Maid, Prayer

Bede – The name Bede is a boy’s name of English origin meaning ‘prayer’.

Bedenis – English name for Boys

Bedford – Derived from the English Place Name

Bedfrith – English name for Boys

Bedgeat – A comanding spear

Bedhelm – Commander in ballte

Bedivere – Anglicized form of Welsh Bedwyr, possibly meaning ‘grave-knower,’ inferring ‘one who knows (Arthur’s) grave.’ In Arthurian legend, this is the name of a Knight of the Round Table who returned Excalibur to the Lady of the Lake after King Arthur’s death. Described as being one-handed, he was still an excellent warrior. In Welsh, his full name was Bedwyr Bedrydant, meaning ‘Bedivere of the Perfect Sinews.’

Bedla – A place name

Bedric – A powerful commander

Bedwig – War comander

Beech – The name Beech is a boy’s name of English origin meaning ‘beech tree’.

Beecher – Lives by the beech tree, surname

Beecher – Living near a beech tree

Beechy – Diminutive of Beacher, Close to Beech Trees

Beelzebub – Anglicized form of Greek Beelzeboul, meaning ‘lord of dung.’ In the New Testament bible, this is a name for Satan, the prince of evil spirits.

Beeman – Beekeeper

Begild – English name for Boys

Begin – To start from the beginning

Behrtferth – A bright peace

Behrtwald – A bright rule

Beirne – Place Name, The Brook

Bek – Brook

Belarius – A musical instrument, cymbeline

Belcher – The name Belcher is a boy’s name of English origin meaning ‘pretty face’.

Beldane – Lives in the beautiful glen valley

Belden – The name Belden is a boy’s name of English origin meaning ‘pretty valley’.

Beldene – Lives in the beautiful glen valley

Beldin – Beautiful Vale or Valley

Beldon – Lives in the Beautiful Glen, Child of the Unspoiled Glen, Place Name, Pretty Valley

Belgr – An aggressive, independent and ambitious being

Bell

Bellamey – Good-looking Companion

Bellamie – Beautiful Companion

Bellamy

Bellden – Striking Vale or Valley

Belldon – Beautiful Vale or Valley

Bellingham – A surname that means people from the homestead of bears

Bellow – The name Bellow is a boy’s name of English origin meaning ‘bellows maker’.

Beloc – One from the barn

Belshazzar – Anglicized form of Hebrew Belsha’tstsar, meaning ‘Ba’al protect the king.’ In the bible, this is the name of a king of Babylon at the time of its fall, he to whom Daniel interpreted the writing on the wall.

Belteshazzar – Anglicized form of Babylonian Beltesha’tstsar, meaning ‘Ba’al’s prince.’ In the bible, this is Daniel the prophet’s Babylonian name.

Belton – Coming from a farm in fenny country

Belvin – An English surname related to the Germanic given name Baldwin, meaning ‘bold friend’

Belvine – A place of fens that belong to the burg. A surname

Bemeere – Trumpeter

Ben

Ben-Oni – Anglicized form of Hebrew Ben-Owniy, meaning ‘son of my sorrow.’ In the bible, this is the name given to Benjamin by his mother Rachel as she died giving birth to him.

Ben – Short form of English Benjamin ‘son of the right hand’ and Benedict ‘blessed.’

Benaiah – Anglicized form of Hebrew Benayah and Benayahu, meaning ‘God has built.’ In the bible, this is the name of the captain of David’s guard and many other characters.

Benajah – God built

Benecroft – From the bean field, surname and variant of Bancroft

Benedetto – Blessed

Benedick – Similar to Benedict, Blessed

Benedict – English form of French Benedict, meaning ‘blessed.’

Benedikt – Happy, Blessed,used as a title for a beatified person

Benejamen – Right-hand Son, Similar to Benedict

Benet – Variant spelling of English Bennett, meaning ‘blessed.’ Compare with another form of Benet.

Benett – Variant spelling of English Bennett, meaning ‘blessed.’

Bengy – He is the son of the south

Beniah – Benaiah means ‘The Lord builds’ which was the inspiration

Benjaman – Right-hand Son, Similar to Benedict

Benjamen – Son of the Right Hand

Benjamin – Anglicized form of Greek Beniamin from Hebrew Binyamin, meaning ‘son of the right hand.’ In the bible, this is the name of one of the founders of the twelve tribes of Israel, the youngest of Jacob’s twelve sons. His birth name was Benoni, given to him by his mother who died giving birth to him. Not wanting his son to bear such an ill-omened name, Jacob changed his name to Binyamin/Benjamin, because he was the only son born in southern Canaan instead of northern Mesopotamia. Compare with another form of Benjamin.

Benjammin – One who is the child of the south

Benji

Benji – Pet form of English Benjamin, meaning ‘son of the right hand.’

Benjie – Pet form of English Benjamin, meaning ‘son of the right hand.’

Benjy – Pet form of English Benjamin, meaning ‘son of the right hand.’

Bennajah – A man who is well built

Benne – Blessed

Bennet – Variant of Benedict

Bennet – Variant spelling of English Bennett, meaning ‘blessed.’

Bennett – Variant of Benedict

Bennett – The name Bennett is a boy’s name of English origin meaning ‘blessed’.

Bennettte – Blessed

Bennie – Pet form of English Benjamin ‘son of the right hand’ and Benedict ‘blessed.’

Benny

Benny – Pet form of English Benjamin ‘son of the right hand’ and Benedict ‘blessed.’

Benoc – A location or shed for cows.

Benon – Industrious

Benoni – Anglicized form of Hebrew Ben-Owniy, meaning ‘son of my sorrow.’ In the bible, this is the name given to Benjamin by his mother Rachel as she died giving birth to him.

Benson – Son of Benjamin, surname

Benson – The name Benson is a boy’s name of English origin meaning ‘son of Ben’.

Benssen – Ben’s Son, Surname

Bensson – Ben’s Son, Surname

Bent – Blessed, Happy, Form of Benedict

Bentleah – From the Bent Grass Meadow

Bentlee – Bentlee means grassy area. It can also be used for girls.

Bentley – From the meadow of coarse or bent grass

Bentley – English surname transferred to forename use, derived from the name of various places composed of the Old English elements beonet, ‘bent grass’ and leah ‘clearing, meadow’ hence ‘bent grass meadow.’

Bentlie – From the Meadow with Coarse Grass

Bently – Variant of Bentley, literally means, ‘bent grass,’ flexible with his time.

Benton – Settlement near the bent or coarse grass, surname

Benton – English surname transferred to forename use, derived from the name of a place in Northumbria composed of the Old English elements beonet ‘bent grass’ and tun ‘enclosure, settlement,’ hence ‘bent grass settlement.’

Benython – An english name for Boys, from Benny’s town

Beoba – One who was born in the cow barn

Beocc – A place or farm house.

Beoda – He who lives near the cow barns

Beofa – A habitation or farmstead.

Beorcol – A refined, clear cut and efficient individual

Beorht – Glorious

Beorhthram – Bright Raven

Beorhthramm – Glorious Raven

Beorhttun – From the Fortified Town

Beorn – Warrior

Beornet – Leader

Beornham – From the Nobleman’s Home

Beornheard – The Old English Variant of the German Bernard

Beornwulf – Name of a King

Beotta – A person with spontaneous being, bashful and active

Beowulf – The name Beowulf is a boy’s name of English origin meaning ‘bee wolf’.

Beppe – Yahweh will add (another son), one who is added by God

Bera – A Well, Declaring

Bereket – ‘Blessings’, one who is blessed and is hospitable

Beren – Beren also known as Beren Erchamion is a fictional character

Berend – Bear Brave, Brave Like a Bear

Beresford – The name Beresford is a boy’s name of English origin meaning ‘ford where barley grows’.

Bergen – Place name of a town in Norway

Berger – Shepherd, To Help, Mountain Dweller

Bergess – Town citizen who is free and independent

Beri – My Corn

Berick – Grain farm, one who can reach great heights

Beringer – ‘Old German meaning ‘big game hunter’ or ‘strong like a bear’ Popular in England and Western Europe

Berk – From the Birch Tree Meadow, Place Name, Where Birches Grow, From the Fortified Settlement, Solid, Firm, Strong

Berke – From a fortified castle

Berkeley

Berkeley – English habitational surname transferred to forename use, composed of the Old English elements be(o)rc ‘birch’ and leah ‘clearing, meadow, pasture,’ hence ‘birch tree meadow.’

Berkie – Place Name, Where Birches Grow

Berkley – Birch meadow

Berklie – Place Name, Where Birches Grow

Berky – Place Name, Where Birches Grow

Berlin – Son of Bert, the capital of Germany

Berluse – One who is a born hard worker, sociable and handyman

Bernard – English form of Anglo-Saxon Beornheard, meaning ‘bold as a bear.’ Compare with another form of Bernard.

Bernardus – Brave Like a Bear

Bernie – Pet form of English Bernard, meaning ‘bold as a bear.’

Berold – The name Berold is a boy’s name of English origin meaning ‘bear rule’.

Berresford – Barley Field

Berrin – Bear

Berry – Variant spelling of English Barry, meaning ‘fair-headed.’ Compare with feminine Berry.

Bersh – One year

Bert – Modern English name derived from Old English beorht, meaning ‘bright.’ Used as a short form of longer names containing the same element.

Bertholdt – Means ‘bright ruler’ from the Germanic element beraht ‘bright’ combined with wald ‘rule’

Bertie – Industrious, variant of Bert

Bertie – Pet form of English Bert, meaning ‘bright.’ Compare with feminine Bertie.

Bertin – Industrious, variant of Bert

Bertin – Bright, Industrious

Bertold – Bright Strength

Berton – From the fortified town

Berton – Variation of Bertram origin meaning bright raven’, ‘fortified enclosure’.

Bertrada – One who counsels brightly

Bertram

Berwick – From the barley grange

Berwick – From the Barley Grange

Berwin – The name Berwin is a boy’s name of English origin meaning ‘bright friend’.

Bethuel – Anglicized form of Hebrew Bethuw’el, meaning ‘God destroys’ or ‘man of God.’ In the bible, this is the name of a town and also the name of the father of Rebecca.

Beton – A surname, meaning a bright and famous one

Betuel – Variant spelling of English Bethuel, meaning ‘God destroys’ or ‘man of God.’

Betune – A surname, rarely used as a given name. Means a person who is renown and bright

Beval – Like the wind

Bevan – English surname transferred to forename use, from the Anglicized form of Welsh ap Iefan, meaning ‘son of Evan.’

Beverley – From the beaver stream, beaver meadow, traditionally a boys” name, now more popularly used for girls, especially in the U.S.

Beverley – English surname transferred to forename use, derived from the name of a place in Humberside composed of the Old English elements beofor ‘beaver’ and leac ‘stream,’ hence ‘beaver stream.’ The feminine form of the name is spelled without the second ‘e’–Beverly.

Beverly – From the beaver stream or meadow

Bevis – English surname transferred to forename use, probably from the Old French place name Beauvais, in Oise, France which got its name from the Belgic tribe of the Bellovaci (Belovasci) that some say is the name of the Fir Bolg (the ancient Irish ‘shining ones’) of Celtic mythology.

Beyhild – One who lives in the warrior bay

Beyren – Place Name, Barn for Cows

Bezaleel – Anglicized form of Hebrew Betsalel, meaning ‘in the shadow.’ In the bible, this is the name of a son of Uri who was one of the architects of the tabernacle, and the name of an Israelite.

Bhavnik – Flower

Bickford – From the hewer”s ford

Bickford – The name Bickford is a boy’s name of English origin meaning ‘axman’s ford’.

Biecaford – From the Hewer’s Ford

Biedeluue – An expresssive, happy natured and friendly one, command

Biff – Originally an American English boxing term, this name was later used as a byname for a tough-guy. Finally it transferred to a forename, and it still carries the same original meaning, ‘a blow with the fist.’

Bigvai – Anglicized form of Hebrew Bigvay, meaning ‘gardener, husbandman’ or ‘in my bodies.’ In the bible, this is the name of a man who was a leader amongst the Babylonian exile returnees.

Bijantha – A refined, happy and easy going person

Bil – halberd

Bill

Bill – The name Bill is a boy’s name of English origin meaning ‘resolute protection’.

Billy

Billy – Pet form of English William, meaning ‘will-helmet.’

Bing – Pet A Form Of Bingham

Bingham – Town Of The Hollow

Binh – Vase, Jar

Binidittu – A form of Benedict, meaning blessed.

Binky – Field of Beans

Birch – Close to birch trees

Birchard – One who lives on the hard breaches

Birche – Birch

Birdee – birdlike, a child’s term for a bird, a score of one stroke under par at a hole in Golf

Birdhill – From the Bird Hill

Birghiva – A hard worker, diligent and brave person

Birk – Birch tree, where the birch trees grow, surname

Birk – Place Name, Where Birch Trees Grow, From the Fortified Settlement, From a Birch Tree, Bright, Shining

Birket – Area of Birch Trees

Birkett – From the birch covered coastland, surname

Birkett – The name Birkett is a boy’s name of English origin meaning ‘birch coastland’.

Birkey – From the island of birch trees, surname

Birkhead – Lives at the Birch Headland

Birkit – Area of Birch Trees

Birkitt – Area of Birch Trees

Birky – Birch Island

Birley – From the meadow with the cattle byre (shed), surname

Birley – The name Birley is a boy’s name of English origin meaning ‘meadow with the cow shed’.

Birly – Meadow with the Cow Byre

Birney – From the island with the brook, surname

Birney – The name Birney is a boy’s name of English origin meaning ‘island with the brook’.

Birny – Small River, Stream with an Island, Island with a Brook

Biron – From the cottage

Birtle – The name Birtle is a boy’s name of English origin meaning ‘hill of birds’.

Bishop – The name Bishop is a boy’s name of English origin.

Bitanig – From the Preserving Land

Bitel – An equally adaptable and hospitable and imaginable

Biutta – A persevering, lovely and diligent individual

Black – Dark, Dark Skinned

Blackburn – The name Blackburn is a boy’s name of English origin meaning ‘black brook’.

Blackwell – The name Blackwell is a boy’s name of English origin meaning ‘black well or stream’.

Blade – Knife, Sword

Blaec – Black, White

Blaecman – A man who is fair and white

Blaedla – A loyal, alluring and authentic individual

Blagdan – From the shadowy Valley

Blagden – From the Dark Valley

Blagdon – From the gloomy Valley

Blaiddudd – A patient, practical, optimistic and reasonable person

Blaike – Dark, fair

Blain – English surname transferred to forename use, derived from the old Scottish Gaelic personal name Blaan, meaning ‘little yellow one.’

Blaine – Surname of uncertain meaning.

Blaine – Variant spelling of English Blain, meaning ‘little yellow one.’

Blaise

Blaize – English variant spelling of French Blaise, meaning ‘talks with a lisp.’

Blake – Black or white

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) ‘black,’ and, 2) blac ‘white.’ It can therefore mean either ‘black’ or ‘white.’

Blakeleigh – Dark, Fair

Blakeley – From the dark meadow, from the pale meadow, surname

Blakeley – Dark, Fair

Blakely

Blakely

Blakey – Blond

Blakey – Dark, Fair

Blakie – Dark, Fair

Blamore – He who comes from the dark, black hill

Blane – Variant of Blaine.

Blaney – Slender, Thin, Variant of Blaine

Blanford – The name Blanford is a boy’s name of English origin meaning ‘gray man’s ford’.

Blas – Stutters

Blayke – Light

Blayson – A man who stutters

Blaze

Blaze – Variant spelling of English Blaize, meaning ‘talks with a lisp.’

Bleddyn – Wolf Hero

Bledgur – A self possessed and self made individual

Bledud – A name of a King from teh Arthurian age

Bleiddgu – One who likes to achieves success and ambition

Blench – A man who likes to play tricks on others

Bligh – The name Bligh is a boy’s name of English origin.

Bliss – Old English unisex name derived from the vocabulary word bliss, meaning ‘joy, happiness.’

Blissot – A blessed person

Blocc – An occupational name for a craftsman who uses blocks in his work

Bloom – A nature name.

Blu – A modern and fashionable spelling for the color ‘blue’.

Blue – The color blue

Blues – The name Blues is a boy’s name of English origin.

Bluford – One who comes from the blue ford

Blunt – A dull, blunt person

Bly – The name Bly is a boy’s name of English origin meaning ‘friendly’.

Blythe – Merry

Blythe – Old English surname transferred to unisex forename use, derived from the word bli?e, meaning ‘cheerful, happy.’

Boaz – Anglicized form of Hebrew Bo’az, meaning ‘swiftness.’ In the bible, this is the name of a Bethlehemite who married Ruth.

Bob – The name Bob is a boy’s name of English origin meaning ‘bright fame’.

Bobak – A variant of Babak, a Persian name which means ‘little father.’

Bobb – bright famous one, famously famous

Bobbi – Unisex pet form of English Robert and Roberta, meaning ‘bright fame.’

Bobbie – Abbreviation of Robert.

Bobby – Familiar form of Robert, also a nickname for British policemen

Bobby – Pet form of English Robert, meaning ‘bright fame.’

Bobe – A short for Roberta, a woman who is a renown light

Bobi – He who is like a very bright flame

Boc – A man who is like a deer

Bocleah – He who is from a buck meadow

Bocley – Lives at the buck meadow, surname

Bocley – A man who lives in the buck meadow

Boda – He who commands an army

Boddr – An occupational name for one who makes planks and boards

Boden – The name Boden is a boy’s name of German, English origin meaning ‘hill shaped like a bow or floor’.

Bodkin – A name that means needle

Bodvoci – One who appreciates life and refined objects, has emotional control

Bohort – A name of King arthur’s uncle

Bolt – A word name, meaning a lightning, a flash

Bolton – The specific meaning of this name is unclear, though the ending ‘ton’ likely indicates that it refers to a town or settlement.

Bolton – The name Bolton is a boy’s name of English origin meaning ‘dwelling in an enclosure’.

Bond – The name Bond is a boy’s name of English origin meaning ‘peasant farmer’.

Bondig – One who is on liberty, a free man

Bonds – A son of the farmer

Boniface – Short form of Latin Bonifatius, meaning ‘good destiny/fate.’ In use by the French and occasionally the English.

Bonner – A surname that means one of good bearing

Bono – All things are good

Boo

Booker – English occupational surname transferred to forename use, originally denoting both a ‘book-binder’ and a ‘scribe.’

Boone – Good, a blessing

Boot – One who has a house

Booth – The name Booth is a boy’s name of English origin meaning ‘small dwelling place, shed’.

Boothe – A person whose home is in a hut

Boq – A made up name. Used for one of the characters in the Wonderful Wizard of Oz

Borden – The name Borden is a boy’s name of English origin meaning ‘den of the boar’.

Boromir – One who is a faithful jewel

Bors – A name of the uncle of King Arthur

Bort – He who comes from a fortified place

Bosley – The name Bosley is a boy’s name of English origin meaning ‘meadow near the woods’.

Boston – Boston means area by the trees. It is also the capital city of Massachusetts.

Boswell – The name Boswell is a boy’s name of English origin meaning ‘well near the woods’.

Bosworth – One who lives at the acttle enclosure

Botewolf – A name that means Herald Wolf

Botham – The name Botham is a boy’s name of English origin meaning ‘he who lives in a broad valley’.

Bothe – Lives in a hut

Bothe – A man whose home is in a hut

Botolf – He is a herald wolf

Botolph – One who is like a herald wolf

Botolphe – A man who is like a herald wolf

Botwolf – He who is wolf-like

Bourne – The name Bourne is a boy’s name of English origin meaning ‘one who lives near a stream’.

Bouvier – means a herdsman

Bow – it means a small son. it is a diminutive of the name ‘Bowden’

Bowdoin – a messenger. it can also be spelled as ‘Bowden’

Bowdyn – variant of the name ‘Bowden’

Bowie – Prominent landmark

Bowman – an archer (family name)

Boy – Boy means coming from the woods.

Boyce – Living beside a wood

Boyer – The name Boyer is a boy’s name of English origin meaning ‘bow-maker, cattle herder’.

Brace – name usually used as a surname.It is derived from the french word ‘bras’ which means arms.

Brachtmar – A spontaneous person, God is an oath

Brad – Broad, a nickname for Bradley and other names beginning with Brad-.

Brad – Short form of English names beginning with Brad-, from Old English brad, meaning ‘broad.’

Bradan – A person from the ‘broad valley’, salmon

Bradburn – From the broad brook

Bradburn – English surname transferred to forename use, composed of the Old English elements brad ‘broad’ and burna ‘stream,’ hence ‘broad stream.’

Bradbury – The name Bradbury is a boy’s name of English origin meaning ‘dweller near the wood fort’.

Bradd – Broad, wide.

Bradd – Broad clearing in the woods

Braddock – This nature-based name means a broadly-spreading oak tree.

Braddon – Salmon

Braden – Salmon

Braden – English surname transferred to forename use, from an Anglicized form of Irish Gaelic O Bradain, meaning ‘descendant of Bradan,’ hence ‘salmon.’

Bradene – From the broad valley

Bradford – From the broad ford

Bradford – English habitational surname transferred to forename use, composed of the Old English elements brad ‘broad’ and ford ‘ford, river crossing’ hence ‘broad river crossing.’

Bradin – A person who is from a wide valley.

Bradlea – Alternate spelling for the name ‘Bradley’, means a wide area in the woods.

Bradlee – English surnames related to Bradley Broad clearing in the wood.

Bradlee – A spelling variant of Bradley, this English name means a large meadow.

Bradleigh – Another spelling for the name ‘Bradley’, it means a field

Bradley – From the broad meadow, a surname adapted to widespread first name use

Bradley – English habitational surname transferred to forename use, composed of the Old English elements brad ‘broad’ and leah ‘meadow, woodland clearing,’ broad meadow.’

Bradli – Alternate spelling for the name ‘Bradley’, broad wood or clearing

Bradly – A spelling variant of Bradley, this English name means a large meadow.

Bradney – Hailing from a broad meadow, a grassland

Bradon – Salmon

Bradshaw – Broad clearing in the wood

Bradshaw – The name Bradshaw is a boy’s name of English origin meaning ‘broad forest’.

Bradwell – Hailing from a broad spring

Brady – From the wide island

Brady – Irish surname transferred to unisex forename use, derived from an Anglicized form of Gaelic O Bradaigh ‘descendant of Bradach,’ hence ‘large-chested.’

Bradyn – From the broad valley

Bradyn – One who hails from a broad valley

Braedan – A hillside that is broad and spacy

Braeden – Variant spelling of English Braden, meaning ‘salmon.’

Braedon – Variant of the English surname Braddon which means ‘someone from the broad valley.’

Braedyn – Variant of Braden, youthful, joyous, full of life.

Braegd – Tall, elevated, high and lofty

Braelin – A person who is intelligent, bright and wise

Braelyn – This combination name means beautiful lake or brave lake. It combines Brae meaning brave as well as beautiful with Lyn meaning Lake.

Braenci – A quick, clever headed, humble natured person

Braeton – Hailing from a wide, broad valley

Bragwaine – A friend from the fortress

Braham – The name Braham is a boy’s name of English origin meaning ‘flood plain’.

Braiden – Variant of Braeden, the name means far-reaching and wide.

Braidy – Variant spelling of English unisex Brady, possibly meaning ‘large-chested.’

Brainard – The name Brainard is a boy’s name of English origin meaning ‘courageous raven’.

Brainerd – A bold raven, a bird that resembles a crow

Braison – One who hails from the Manor farm

Braith – Covered with many spots or patches

Braleah – A land or field situated on a hill side

Bram

Bramley – The clearing of the broom

Brammel – Thorn bushes surrounding a tiny hole of water

Bramwel – Derived from the name of a place in Britain

Bramwell – The name Bramwell is a boy’s name of English origin meaning ‘well where the gorse grows’.

Bramwyll – A well in a broom, A raven well

Bran – Short form of English Brandon, meaning ‘broom-covered hill,’ and other names beginning with Bran-. Compare with other forms of Bran.

Brancen – A diligent, youthful, beloved and faithful person

Branch – Tree branch

Brand

Brand – The name Brand is a boy’s name of English origin meaning ‘firebrand, sword’.

Branddun – From the beacon hill

Brandeban – A brilliant, systematic, versatile and assertive being

Brandeharz – A self centered, friendly and unique individual, pleasant

Brandelz – An alcoholic beverage, spirit

Branden

Branden – Variant spelling of English Brandon, meaning ‘broom-covered hill.’

Brandin – Beacon on the hill or gorse-covered hill.

Brandin – A hill that is covered with beacon, a fiery sign

Brandle – A person who is charismatic, charming and self made

Brandon – From the beacon hill or broom hill, sometimes used as a variant of Brendan

Brandon Lee – Derived from the word ‘brom’ which means ‘hill’ or ‘broom hill’. It also means ‘prince’. Lee also has an English origin and means ‘meadow’ or ‘clearing’

Brandon-Lee – Brandon is from Middle English meaning ‘flaming torch, sword’ and Lee, meaning ‘Meadow’ or ‘Broad Clearing’.

Brandon – English surname transferred to forename use, from the name of various places most of which were composed of the Old English elements brom ‘broom’ and dun ‘hill,’ hence ‘broom-covered hill.’

Brandt – English surname transferred to forename use, from Anglo-Saxon Brand, meaning ‘blade, sword.’

Brandyn – Beacon on the hill or gorse-covered hill.

Brandyn – A broom hill, a hill covered with bushy growth

Branford – The ford of Brand

Brangu – A term for the crossbreed of beef cattle, between Brahman and Angus

Brangui – Crossbreed of two species of cattle

Brangwayn – A fair raven, raven is a bird that resembles crow

Branhard – A raven that is bold and strong

Branhui – A responsible, stable and generous individual

Branley – The name Branley is a boy’s name of English origin meaning ‘raven meadow’.

Brannock – A fiery sword, a fiery beacon

Brannon – Variant spelling of English Brandon, meaning ‘broom-covered hill.’

Brannt – Proud, having a high opinion of oneself

Bransen – This name literally means the son of Brandon.

Branson – The name Branson is a boy’s name of English origin meaning ‘son of the raven’.

Brant – Variant spelling of English Brandt, meaning ‘blade, sword.’

Brantley – Proud

Brantley – Coming from a land cleared by fire

Branton – A settlement with thick growth of plants

Brantson – Variant of Brand. Mohawk Indian Joseph Brant was a renowned strategist who fought for the British during the American Revolution, and a devout scholar who translated Christian religious works into his native Indian tongue.

Brantson – A reknowned person who fought for the British

Branud – A systematic, thoughtful and has individuality

Branui – An easy going, humble and cool headed person

Branwel – The name of a place in Britain

Branwell – A well of broom, a well of thick growth

Branxton – The town of Bracca

Brasias – A blunt, affectionate and youthful individual

Brassias – Smart, amiable and bold person, resourceful

Brastias – One of Sir Arthur’s captains

Braston – A town of brass

Braulio – A meadow situated on a hillside

Bravecci – Inspirational, congenial, smart and innocent person

Bravicci – A practical and patient person with brave heart

Brawley – From meadow at the slope of the hill, surname

Brawley – The name Brawley is a boy’s name of English origin meaning ‘meadow at the slope of the hill’.

Brax – Brick’s town

Braxston – Brick’s town

Braxten – Variant of Braxton, calm, precise, particular about details.

Braxton – Brock´s town

Braxton – The name Braxton is a boy’s name of English origin meaning ‘Brock’s settlement’.

Braxtyn – Calm, precise, particular about details.

Bray – To cry out

Brayan – Cry

Braydan – Variant of Braden, the name means wide

Brayden – Salmon

Brayden – Variant spelling of English Braden, meaning ‘salmon.’

Braydin – Variant of the English surname Braddon which means someone from the broad valley.

Braydon

Brayen – Cry

Braylan – Variant of Braylyn, the name means from the lake & brick layer. It can also be used for girls.

Braylen – Variant of Braylyn, the name means from the lake & brick layer. It can also be used for girls.

Braylon – Variant of Braylyn, the name means from the lake & brick layer. It can also be used for girls.

Brayon – Cry

Brayson – Influenced by the outdoors, enjoys being surrounded by nature.

Brayton – A variant of the English surname Braddon which means ‘someone from the broad valley.’

Breahha – A place name in old England, a town Breahha

Breaker – The name Breaker is a boy’s name of English origin.

Bregan – Responsible and able individual, level headed

Breid – One who is born to achieve great depths and heights

Brelan – A hill covered with beacons

Brelyn – A popular, desirable and dual natured individual

Breme – A man who lives near a swamp

Bremen – A town in Germany

Brend – Steep, sudden increase or decrease

Brendan – Anglicized form of Irish Gaelic Breandan, meaning ‘prince.’

Brenden – Variant spelling of English Brendan, meaning ‘prince.’

Brendon – Variant spelling of English Brendan, meaning ‘prince.’

Brennan – Irish surname transferred to forename use, from an Anglicized form of Gaelic O Braonain, ‘descendant of Braonan,’ hence ‘little drop.’

Brenner – The name Brenner is a boy’s name of English origin meaning ‘to burn’.

Brent – Hilltop

Brent – English surname transferred to forename use having several possible origins: From an Old English byname for a criminal who had been ‘branded.’ For example, the surname Brendcheke ‘burned cheek’ came from such a byname.

Brentan – A mountain or a hill

Brenten – The top of a hill or peak

Brentley – Variant of Brent, the name means a hill or mountain.

Brently – Hilltop. Variant of Brent.

Brenton – Hilltop. Variant of Brent.

Brenton – Habitational surname transferred to forename use, composed of the Old English elements bryne, meaning ‘fire, flame,’ and tun ‘enclosure, settlement, town,’ hence ‘fire town.’

Brentyn – A hilltop that is very steep

Brenunda – One who is as as strong and as brave as a bear

Bret – Variant spelling of English Brett, meaning ‘a Breton.’

Brett – Brit, a person from Britain or Brittany, derived from a French surname of that meaning, but co-opted by English as a first name for both girls and boys

Brett – Originally a surname refering to a person from Brittany.

Breuse – One who is a knight

Brevin – A modern name that is invented and has no specific meanng

Brevyn – A contemporary made up name

Brewer – One who brews. A surname

Brewnor – A well educated, bashful and respected being

Brewster – The name Brewster is a boy’s name of English origin meaning ‘brewer’.

Brewstere – An occupationalsurname, meaning a brewer

Breyden – Variant of Braden, the name means wide

Breyer – A confident person with a strong sense of duty

Brian – Old French derogatory byname derived from the Old Occitan word brian, meaning ‘maggot.’ Compare with another form of Brian.

Briar – English unisex name derived from the plant name briar, from Old English brer, meaning ‘prickly bush.’

Briauail – Dynamic, restless and a loyal companion

Bricen – A son of a noble

Brick – He is like a brik

Brickman – A man made of briks

Brictric – Son of Alger, a powerful or strong ruler

Bridge – A word name, a bridge

Bridgeley – A person who is from the meadow near the bridge

Bridger – Bridger means a person who either builds bridges or lives near one.

Brifard – Inventive, resourceful and optimistic personality

Brig – Bridge

Brigbam – One whose home is near the bridge

Brigg – A man from the village that is located near the bridge

Briggebam – He lives close to the bridge

Briggere – His home is close to bridge

Briggs – Literally means ‘bridges,’ able to have friendships with people of all different backgrounds

Brigham – English surname transferred to forename use, from a place name composed of the Old English elements brycg ‘bridge’ and ham ‘homestead,’ hence ‘homestead by the bridge.’

Brighton – From the bright town, a seaside town in Southern England, surname

Brighton – Prosperous city at the height of business operations.

Brik – One who comes from the place of bridges

Brilane – One who is from the Brigham Lane

Brilee – A noble man from the woodland meadow

Briley – One who is like a briar wood

Brill – He is from the land of hills. A surname

Brindley – Derived from the name Brinley , meaning ‘burnt wood’.

Brindly – A wood burnt

Brinkley – One who comes from the Brinca’s Field

Brinlee – A meadow that is burtn

Brinleigh – He comes from the burnt meadow

Brinley – Derived from the surname Brindley, meaning ‘burnt wood’.

Brinlie – He lives near the burnt meadow

Brinly – One from the burnt field

Brinton – From Brinton

Brinton – A place name, one from Brinton

Brinxley – A rare english name

Brinxton – A male english rare name

Brioc – A high noble individual

Briscoe – English surname transferred to forename use, from the name of various places, most of which were composed of the Old Norse elements birki ‘birch’ and ‘wood,’ hence ‘birch wood.’

Brishen – Born during a rain

Bristol – One who comes from the place with bridges

Bristow – By the bridge

Brisyn – A modern, made up name from Brice

Brit – A man who is from Britain

Britain – A place name. One who is from Britain

Brithael – An english name for Boys, associanted with Britain

Brithnoth – A surname of British origin

Brithreth – With British roots

Brithun – A British Boy

Brittain – A place name, an island of Britain

Brittan – A person who is British

Britton – Brit, a person from Britain, derived from a French surname of that meaning, but co-opted as a first name by English speakers, variant of Brett

Britton – English surname transferred to forename use, meaning ‘from Britain.’

Brittoni – A man from Little Britain

Brittony – A native of Britain

Brittyn – A person who is a Britain native

Brityn – An individual who comes from Britain

Brityne – A British man

Brixton – This English name relates to a Saxon Lord.

Brocfael – One with the face of a badger

Brochfael – A badge prince

Brochmail – A male name from the Arthurian era

Brochuail – An old English Boy name

Brock – Badger, variant of Brook

Brock – Surname transferred to forename use, derived from Old English brocc meaning ‘badger.’

Brocke – He who has a badger-face

Brockley – He comes from the fields near a waterside

Brockton – The name Brockton is a boy’s name of English origin meaning ‘badger settlement’.

Brocleah – He comes from the badger meadow

Brocleigh – One who is from the meadow of badgers

Brocly – A person who is from the badger meadow

Brocuail – To be like a badger

Broderick – Welsh surname transferred to forename use, from an Anglicized form of the personal name Rhydderch, meaning ‘reddish-brown.’

Brodie – Modern English variant spelling of Irish Brody, meaning ‘ditch.’

Brodrig – One who comes from the broad ridge

Brohomagli – A very old english name

Brok – An animal. A Badger

Brom – The name Brom is a boy’s name of English origin, meaning meadow where broom grows’.

Bromley – From the broom covered meadow (broom is a shrub related to heather, with showy yellow flowers), surname

Bromley – The name Bromley is a boy’s name of English origin meaning ‘meadow where broom grows’.

Bronsen – A brown man’s son

Bronsin – One who is a male child of the Brown man

Bronson – Brown”s son.

Bronson – The name Bronson is a boy’s name of English origin meaning ‘son of brown-haired one’.

Bronsonn – A male child of the brown-haired man

Bronze – A coppery-brown color

Brook – A small stream

Brook – English surname transferred to unisex forename use, from Old English broc, meaning ‘brook, stream.’

Brooke – Little stream

Brooke – Variant spelling of English unisex Brook, meaning ‘brook, stream.’

Brookee – A little one from the brook

Brookes – To come from the place of many brooks

Brookie – A person who is from the small brook, a small stream

Brooklan – One who is from the land of brooks

Brooklee – One who comes from the meadow with a brook

Brookley – He who is from the brook meadow

Brooklyn – Small stream, borough of New York City

Brooklynn – Popularised by David and Victoria Beckham who named their first child after the New York suburb of this name. Also means ‘broken land’.

Brooklynne – Borough of New York City

Brooks – Small stream

Brooks – The name Brooks is a boy’s name of English origin meaning ‘of the brook’.

Brooksley – A little one who comes from the lands of water streams

Brookson – A son of the one who lives by the brook

Brooky – A brook-like one

Broox – One from the small water creek

Broque – He is like a badger

Brose – Short form of English Ambrose, meaning ‘immortal.’

Brough – A surname meaning one from the fortress

Brougher – A man who lives in the fortress

Broughton – One who lives in the town with a fortress

Brown – The name Brown is a boy’s name of English origin.

Browyn – One from the war fortress

Bruce

Bruce – Scottish surname transferred to forename use, possibly meaning ‘woods, thicket.’ It was originally a Norman French baronial name but the exact location from which it was derived has not been identified and the number of possibilities are numerous. In use by the English.

Bruin – The name Bruin is a boy’s name of English, Dutch origin meaning ‘bear or brown’.

Brunloc – One who is of brown hair

Bruno – German name derived from the word braun, meaning ‘brown.’ In use by the English.

Brunout – A brown-haired individual

Bruns – A man of dark skin

Brutus – Roman Latin name meaning ‘heavy’ or ‘the dullard.’ In use by the English.

Bryan

Bryan – English surname transferred to forename use, derived from Irish Brian, meaning ‘high hill.’

Bryant – Popular variant of Brian

Bryant – English surname transferred to forename use, derived from Irish Brian, meaning ‘high hill.’

Brychain – A speckled one

Bryden – Variant of Braden, youthful, joyous, full of life.

Brydger – One who lives near the bridge

Brydon – A person from the hill

Bryer – A strong man

Bryland – A made up name, meaning brown land of rye

Brylee – A strong one from the woodland meadow

Brylen – Variant of Brilynn, a girl’s name meaning strong & powerful.

Bryning – One like a flames of fire

Bryon – Variant spelling of English Bryan, meaning ‘high hill.’

Bryson – The name Bryson is a boy’s name of English origin meaning ‘son of Brice’.

Bryton – Bryton means coming from Britain.

Buck – Male deer

Buck – From the American English pet name for a ‘high-spirited young man,’ from the vocabulary word buck, meaning ‘male deer or goat.’

Buckley – The name Buckley is a boy’s name of English origin meaning ‘meadow of the deer’.

Bucklie – One from the deer-grazin meadow

Buckly – One who comes from the deer meadow

Buckminster – The name Buckminster is a boy’s name of English origin meaning ‘monastery where deer dwell’.

Bucky – A deer-like man

Bud – Short form of English Buddy, meaning ‘companion.’

Budd – Brother

Buddey – A nickname. Means buddy, brother, bro

Buddie – Brother

Buddy – English name derived from the vocabulary, which may be an altered form of ‘brother’ or, more likely, a variant spelling of British butty, meaning ‘companion.’

Budec – An english male name

Buford – One from the ford that is near the castle

Buham – One from the homestead near a stream

Bull – One who has great phisical strenght, a bull-man

Bun – To tie hair int a knot

Bunny – To be like a little rabbit

Bunty – From the rhyme about the baby bunting

Bunyan – The name Bunyan is a boy’s name of English origin meaning ‘swelling’.

Burbank – The name Burbank is a boy’s name of English origin meaning ‘riverbank where burrs grow’.

Burch – Birch tree, variant of Old English Birk

Burdett – Surname used as a given name.

Burdette – Bird

Burdon – A Boy whose home is in the castle

Bureig – To live in the fortified meadow

Burford – The name Burford is a boy’s name of English origin meaning ‘ford near the castle’.

Burgard – One from the castle with strong walls

Burgeis – A man who lives in the town

Burges – A man from the town

Burgess – Lives in town

Burgess – The name Burgess is a boy’s name of English origin meaning ‘inhabitant of a fortified town’.

Burghal – An individual who lives in the town

Burghard – A man who is as strong as a castle

Burghred – A man with the strenght of a castle

Burgred – One from the red town

Burgtun – He came from the fortress town

Burgundy – From Burgundy

Burhbank – A man whose hme is the hill near the castle

Burhdon – One who lives at the castle

Burhleag – To come fom the castle meadow

Burhred – To live in the red castle

Burhtred – One who is from the red fortress

Burhtun – He lives in the fortress town

Burke – Fortified hill. See also Berkley.

Burke – From a fortress

Burkitt – One who comes from the place of brich trees

Burl – The name Burl is a boy’s name of English origin meaning ‘butler’.

Burleigh – The name Burleigh is a boy’s name of English origin meaning ‘meadow belonging to a manor’.

Burley – From the castle”s meadow, from the fortified meadow, from the meadow of knotted wood, surname

Burley – His home is the castle meadow

Burn – One whose home is near the stream

Burne – The name Burne is a boy’s name of English origin meaning ‘the brook’.

Burnell – A burnt hill

Burnet – The name Burnet is a boy’s name of English origin meaning ‘brown’.

Burnett – Dark haired person

Burney – Irish surname transferred to forename use, from an Anglicized form of Gaelic Mac Biorna ‘son of Biorna,’ hence ‘bear.’

Burns – A plave that a person comes from, a home

Burnu – A Boy who comes from the brook

Burpinder – He who is the king of all kings

Burr – The name Burr is a boy’s name of English origin meaning ‘bristle’.

Burrell – One who lives by the swamps

Burris – One who dwells in towns

Burroughs – The name Burroughs is a boy’s name of English origin meaning ‘dwelling place’.

Bursone – Son of the one who lives near a stream

Burt – Short form of English Burton, meaning ‘fortified settlement.’

Burtie – Fortress

Burton – English surname transferred to forename use, composed of the Old English elements burh ‘fortress, protection’ and tun ‘enclosure, settlement,’ hence ‘fortified settlement.’

Busby – The name Busby is a boy’s name of English origin meaning ‘shrub farm’.

Busharat – The bearer of the good news

Bushr – AOne who keeps the cattle

Busr – A Boy who keeps the kattle

Buster – English slang term for someone who breaks things transferred to forename use, originally derived from the verb bust, meaning ‘to break, smash,’ hence ‘breaker, destroyer, smasher.’

Butch – Originally a short from of the occupational surname Butcher. Later it was used to address a stranger in a sort of derogatory manner. For example, ‘Listen here, Butch…’

Butcher – The name Butcher is a boy’s name of English origin.

Butler – The name Butler is a boy’s name of English origin.

Buttel – One who is a messenger

Butterfly – A word name. A beautifu butterfly

Buxton – The name Buxton is a boy’s name of English origin meaning ‘boulders that rock at a touch’.

Buz – Anglicized form of Hebrew Buwz, meaning ‘contempt.’ In the bible, this is the name of a son of Nachor.

Byatt – The name Byatt is a boy’s name of English origin meaning ‘by the enclosure’.

Byford – One who lives near a river crossing

Byota – An ecology of the place. The flora and fauna

Byram – The name Byram is a boy’s name of English origin, meaning barn for cows’.

Byrd – A person who is like a bird

Byren – He who is at the cow sheds

Byrguith – An English name for Boys

Byrne – From the brook

Byrne – Irish surname transferred to forename use, from an Anglicized form of Gaelic O Broin ‘descendant of Bran,’ hence ‘raven.’

Byrom – One who lives near the barn

Byron – The cattle herder or from the cow sheds

Byron – English surname transferred to forename use, from the Old English phrase (‘at the byres or cattle-sheds’). The name was usually given to someone whose job it was to look after cattle.

Bysshe – English surname transferred to forename use, from a variant spelling of the surname Bush, meaning ‘bush.’

Byttel – An English place name

Byttic – An English male name

English boy names starting with C

Cabe – He who is a ropemaker

Cabell – A name of a ropemaker

Cable

Cable – A person who makes ropes

Cactus – A desert plant

Cacumattus – A very old and rare name

Cad – Friendly

Cada – An animal who is an orphan

Cadabyr – A person who comes from the warrior’s town

Cadby – From the settlement of the fighting men or warrior”s town, surname

Cadby – He comes from the settlement of the warrior

Cadda – To be at war with someone

Caddaham – One who comes from the land of the warrior

Caddam – One from the warrior’s land

Caddaric – A leader in the battle

Caddarik – He who leads in the battle

Caddawyc – He is from the warrior’s town

Cade – Round or barrel

Cade – English surname transferred to forename use, originally a byname for someone or something ’round and lumpy.’

Caden – Irish surname transferred to forename use, from McCadden, an Anglicized form of Gaelic Mac Cadain ‘son of Cadan,’ hence ‘little battle.’

Cadence – English unisex name derived from the vocabulary word, from Latin cadens ‘to fall,’ hence ‘flow of rhythm.’

Cadi – Round

Cadman – Warrior

Cadogan – Anglicized form of Welsh Cadwgawn, meaning ‘battle glory.’

Cador – A name of the King Arthur’s nephew

Cadryche – Friendly

Cadwallon – A king’s name

Cadwared – An English Boy name

Caedmon – One who fights in the battle

Caedwalla – A name of the King Arthur’s nephew

Caedyn – A round man

Caefca – A Boy name of English origin

Caegel – An independent, self assured and confident individual

Caegi – An English name for Boys

Caegin – An English Boy name

Caegla – An old English name

Cael – Variant of Cale, kind-hearted and sweet.

Caelic – Heavenly man

Caelin – He who is like heaven

Caelius – A person from heaven

Caelyn – Meadow, waterfall pool

Caeman – Crocodile

Caemon – Crocodile

Caerdin – One who is a wood carder

Caersewiella – One who lives at the watercress spring

Caerwyn – One from the white fortress

Cage – A vonfiding space

Cai – Brother of King Arthur

Caiaphas – Meaning unknown, probably of Aramaic origin. In the New Testament this is the name of the Jewish high priest who condemns Jesus

Caid – Round

Caiden – A son of Cadan

Caidence – A cadence, rhythm

Caidyn – A variant of Cadence, a musical term meaning the flow of sound in a song or poem.

Cailae – A strongfold, a fort

Caillou – A bald headed man

Cain – Anglicized form of Hebrew Qayin (‘acquired, possessed’) and Greek Kain (‘maker, fabricator’ i.e. ‘smith’). In the bible, this is the name of Adam and Eve’s first son who killed his brother Abel.

Cainan – Anglicized form of Hebrew Qeynan, meaning ‘possession.’ In the bible, this is the name of a son of Enosh.

Cairo – American English name derived from the name of the Egyptian city of Cairo, from Arabic al-Qahira, meaning ‘victorious.’

Cairon – A man from Cairo

Cal – Bold, abbreviation of names beginning with Cal

Cal – Short form of English Calvin ‘little bald one,’ and other names beginning with Cal-.

Calahan – One who loves churches and temploms

Calbert – The name Calbert is a boy’s name of English origin meaning ‘calf-herder’.

Calbex – He who is a shepard

Calder – Cold brook, surname

Calder – English surname transferred to forename use, probably from the place name Calder in Cumbria, composed of the Welsh elements caled ‘hard, violent,’ and dwfr ‘stream, water,’ hence ‘violent water.’

Caldre – One who comes from the stony river

Caldwell – A man from the cold springs

Cale – Short form of English Caleb, meaning ‘dog’ or ‘rabid.’

Caleb – Anglicized form of Hebrew Kaleb, meaning ‘dog’ or ‘rabid.’ In the bible, this is the name of one of the twelve spies sent into Israel by Moses.

Caledon – A tough person

Calem – He is like a dove

Calemund – A dove-like man

Calfhierde – ne who herds sheeps

Calhoun – Fighter

Caliburn – A variation of the King Arthur’s sword name

Calix – A chalice, a grail

Callaghan – A son of a content man

Callan – Slim

Calles – One who is like a stone

Callister – He is Alister’s son

Calum – A dove-like person

Calvert – English occupational surname transferred to forename use, derived from Middle English calfhirde, meaning ‘calf-herder.’

Calvex – A man who is a shepard

Calvin – English name derived from Latin Calvinus, meaning ‘little bald one.’

Cam – Short form of Scottish unisex Cameron (‘crooked nose’), and other names beginning with Cam-.

Camberlie – One who comes from Camberly

Cambridge – A King

Camden – English surname transferred to forename use, composed of the Old English elements camp ‘enclosure’ and denu ‘valley,’ hence ‘enclosed valley.’

Camdyn – Free-spirited, refused to make plans, goes with the flow.

Cameron – Scottish surname transferred to unisex forename use, from the name of the great Highland clans whose ancestor had an ungraceful proboscis, composed of the Gaelic elements cam ‘bent, crooked’ and sron ‘nose,’ hence ‘crooked nose.’

Camillo – A noble-born person

Camilo – A child that is free-born

Camlach – An english Boy

Camp – English short form of Scottish Campbell, meaning ‘crooked mouth.’

Campion – Norman French surname transferred to English forename use, derived from the word campion, which was originally a status name for a professional ‘champion.’

Campu – He comes from the field

Camron – English masculine variant spelling of Scottish Cameron, meaning ‘crooked nose.’

Camulorix – A male English name

Cana – A jealous, possessive man

Canaan – Meaning unknown. In the Old Testament this is the name of a son of Ham. He is said to be the ancestor of the Canaanite people

Canan – Anglicized form of Hebrew Chanan, meaning ‘compassionate, merciful.’ In the bible, this is the name of many characters, including a chief of the tribe of Benjamin.

Cananda – He comes from a village

Candid – One who shines britht white

Candor – An honest, candor person

Canne – One who is from the valley of the deep

Cannon – The name Cannon is a boy’s name of English origin.

Canton – A place name. One who comes from Canton

Cantwine – Like a Cantonian wine

Canyon – Nature name

Canyon – Ravine, gorge

Capricorn – A zodiac sigh, a goat

Captain – One who is a chief

Caracy – A well spoken, truthful and kind hearted person

Carados – A legendary ancestor to Gwent kings

Carberry – One who comes from the tree hedge

Carbrey – Anglicized form of Gaelic Cairbre, meaning ‘charioteer.’ In Irish and Scottish use.

Carbry – Variant spelling of English Carbrey, meaning ‘charioteer.’

Carda – One with a teasle head

Carden – He who cards wood

Cardiff – A place name, one who is from Cardiff

Cardwell – One who comes from the cold stream

Carey – Variant spelling of English unisex Cary, meaning ‘dark one.’

Cari – Variant spelling of English unisex Cary, meaning ‘dark one.’

Cariston – A modern, but rare English name

Carl – Strong, manly, See also Karl

Carl – Older spelling of German Karl, meaning ‘man.’

Carlatun – One who comes from the farm of Clarl

Carlay – He is a men’s man

Carlen – Settlement

Carleton – From Charles” town or settlement, surname

Carleton – The name Carleton is a boy’s name of English origin meaning ‘settlement of free men’.

Carlin – Settlement

Carlisle – From the walled city

Carlisle – From the name of a city in northwest England where the Romans settled and named Lugovalio ‘place of Lugovalos.’ Lugovalio was later shortened to Leol and prefixed with the British word caer ‘fortress,’ rendering the name Carleol, ‘fortress of Lugovalos,’ from which Carlyle was derived. In Arthurian legend, this was the name of the place where Guinevere’s affair with Sir Lancelot was exposed, and where she was sentenced to death.

Carlson – A town of free men

Carlton – A popular variation of Charleton, meaning ‘settlement of free men’, ‘peasant settlement’ (Old English), ‘man’ and ‘free man’ (German).

Carltonn – Settlement

Carltton – Settlement

Carlus – One who comes from the tower of fre men

Carlyle – Variant spelling of English Carlisle, meaning ‘fortress of Luguvalos.’

Carmel – One who does the harvest

Carmelide – An Arthurian name. A name of Guinevere’s father

Carmi – Anglicized form of Hebrew Karmiy, meaning ‘a vinedresser’ or ‘my vineyard.’ In the bible, this is the name of a Judaite, father of Achan, and the name of the fourth son of Reuben.

Carmichael – A surname. One who comes from the Michael’s fort

Carnell – Defender of the castle.

Carnell – He who defends the castle

Carol – A hymn or a song

Caroll – He is a manly one

Carr – From the wetlands or marshlands

Carran – Anglicized form of Irish Gaelic Ciaran, meaning ‘little black one.’

Carree – He is manly

Carrington – Origin is not entirely clear, but it refers to a town, possibly Charles” town, English surname

Carrington – A person from the Marsh town

Carrol – Variant spelling of English Carroll, meaning ‘hacker.’

Carroll – Anglicized form of Irish Gaelic Cearbhall, meaning ‘hacker.’

Carrow – The rock or the spur of a hill

Carrson – Unknown

Carsan – Unknown

Carsci – A fighter and a brave warrior, passionate individual

Carsin – Unknown

Carsino – Unknown

Carson – son of the marsh-dweller

Carsten – He is a follower of Christ

Carston – A town of the Christ’s followers

Carswell – Near the well where the watercress grows, surname

Carswell – He is from the place of the watercress

Carsyn – Variant of Carson, doesn’t mind getting his hands dirty, hard worker.

Cart – One who is from the mossy place

Cartah – Carter

Carter – Drives a cart, from a surname and occupational name

Carter – Traditionally a last name used by a cart driver. Well-known Carters: President Jimmy Carter, Dr. Carter, character on the TV show E.R., Carter Bays, creator of How I Met Your Mother.

Cartere – A man who uses the cart

Cartie – Carter

Cartier – Variant of Carter, love traveling, visiting far off places.

Cartland – From the land between the streams

Cartland – He comes from the land that is between the streams

Cartwright – A man who builds carts

Carvay – A man who sculptors wood

Carver – Carves wood or sculpts

Carver – English occupational surname transferred to forename use, meaning ‘carver’ of wood or stone.

Carville – Rock house

Cary – Irish surname transferred to unisex forename use, from an Anglicized form of Gaelic O Ciardha ‘descendant of Ciardha,’ hence ‘dark one.’

Caryl – One who is very much a man

Caryll – He is free

Cascade – To fall, a cascade

Cascaida – A falling, descending land

Case – Container

Casey – American English name bestowed in honor of the folk hero Casey Jones who got this byname from his place of birth, Cayce, Kentucky, which came from the Irish surname Cayce, an Anglicized form of Gaelic i?? Cathasaigh ‘descendant of Cathasach,’ hence ‘vigilant, wakeful.’ Compare with feminine Casey.

Cash – The name Cash is a boy’s name of English, Latin origin meaning ‘hollow’.

Cashton – One who is from the hollow town

Casimir – English form of Latin Casimiria, meaning ‘commands peace.’

Cason – Variant of Carson, the name means a free man.

Casper – English form of Spanish Gaspar, meaning ‘treasure bearer.’ Early Christians assigned names to the three Magi (‘wise men from the east’) who visited the baby Jesus. They are mentioned but not named in the bible, Casper is one of them, the other two are Balthasar and Melchior. Also spelled Jasper and Kasper.

Caspian – Caspian sea

Cassel – One who owns many castles

Cassidy – English surname transferred to unisex forename use, derived from an Anglicized form of Gaelic O Caiside, ‘descendant of Caiside,’ hence ‘curly(-headed).’

Cassiel – God’s speed

Cassio – A man who is empty because of his vanity

Cassius – His vanity made him empty

Castel – A castle. One who lives in a castel

Caster – From the Roman camp

Caster – A man from the Roman camp

Castiel – A God’s shield

Castin – A good natured, energetic, sensitive, emotional and able person

Castle – He is from a castle

Caston – Caston means someone who lives near a chestnut tree.

Casukhela – Name of son of Cadan, youthful and brave fighter

Caswell – One who is from watercress stream

Caswyn – A friend from the well

Catacvs – English male name

Catel – A warrior with eagle helmet

Catell – A warrior that wears the eagle helmet

Caten – A wise and knowledgable man

Cater – One who works as a caterer

Catgen – Affectionate, emotional and clever individual

Catgual – One who has a imaginative and creative mind, interesting being

Catguare – A capable, resourceful, practical and versatile being

Catguaret – A respectful, cool headed and unsophisticated, capable being

Catgucaun – A considerate, materialistic and friendly being, trustworthy

Catgucauni – One who is successful, passionate and energetic human being

Catguocaun – An over sensitive, humble and nurturing individual, honest

Catguoret – A respected, reasonable and serious minded individual

Caticvvs – One who has intense personal nature and strong desire

Catigern – English name derived from Latin Catigernus, meaning ‘battle lord.’ In Arthurian legend, this is the name of a son of Vortigern.

Catoci – A tolerant, hopeful, alluring and insightful person

Catomagli – A person who is passionate and compassionate individual

Catotigirni – A self satisfied, reasonable and respected being

Cattle – One who herds the cettle

Caturugus – Good tempered, interesting, humble and ordinary being

Catvrvgi – A godly, understanding, tender and soulful person

Caulfield – One who is from the caulfields

Caullin – They who are triumphant

Caulton – One from the calf farm

Cavall – A name of the dog of King Artur

Caveti – A responsible, dare devil, fun loving and detail oriented person

Cavetus – An alluring, self centered and fantastic human being

Caxton – Clark’s town

Cayden – Son of Cadan

Cayle – A bold man

Cayman – Crocodile

Caymon – Crocodile

Caysen – Variant of Kason, the name means untainted.

Ceacca – He who comes from the clearing or a glade

Ceadd – A war-like and fierce man

Ceadda – She is a war-like one

Ceaddi – One who is fierce

Ceadel – An organized, eccentric, versatile and caring being

Ceadela – One who throws hospitable reception, loving and social

Ceadwalla – A King’s name

Ceadwealla – An English name for Boys

Ceafor – A male English name

Cealli – To be close the sky

Ceanatis – A self cemtered, talented, organized and easy going person

Ceapmann – A man who is a merchant

Cearl – from latin clarus, means clear

Ceaster – One who comes from the fortified town

Ceastun – He who comes from the camp

Ceatwe – Name of a majestic and charming Elf

Cebbi – A bashful, candid and friendly natured person

Cecil – Anglicized form of Welsh Seissylt, meaning ‘sixth.’

Ced – A Boy who is kind and loved

Ceda – Friendly

Cedar – Tree

Cedda – He is very friendly

Ceder – Tree

Cederic – Friendly

Cederick – Friendly

Cederrick – Friendly

Cedrec – Friendly

Cedric – English name coined by Sir Walter Scott for a character in his novel Ivanhoe, thought to possibly be a variant spelling of Anglo-Saxon Cerdic, meaning ‘war chief.’

Cedrick – Friendly

Cedrik – Friendly

Cei – The one who is keeper of key, charming and humane

Ceitimor – A considerate and tidy individual

Celdtun – A farm which is fed in spring

Cempa – A clever, emotional and wonderful being who is a coal seller

Cenbeorht – A normal, energetic and reliable individual

Cenberet – An ethical, energetic and bashful individual

Cenehard – A guardian angel

Ceneric – A brave, fierce and rich ruler

Cenewig – A brave, fierce and bold ruler

Cenewyg – A bold and brave warrior

Cenfirth – A noble, energetic and high-spirited person

Cenfrith – A talented, hard working and a realistic individual

Cenfus – An unsophisticated man

Cenhere – An easy- going and rational person

Cenric – Middle English form of Anglo-Saxon Ceneric, meaning ‘keen power.’

Centweald – An elegant, beautiful one who is very valuable and lovable

Centwine – A noble and wise king

Cenwalch – A naughty, well spoken boy

Cenweard – A wonderful and wise guardian

Cenwulf – The one filled with joy, humor and positivity

Ceobba – An educated individual

Ceofa – A frank coal seller and bold individual

Ceofel – They have a intuitive, absorbing and reflective way of thinking and are passionate

Ceol – A swelling, The one of the ship

Ceola – The throat

Ceolbald – An assertive and confident individual

Ceolbeald – A level- headed, balanced and daring

Ceolbeorht – A daring seaman

Ceolfrid – A lonesome person

Ceolfrih – A level- headed, balanced and daring, an abbot

Ceolfrith – An abbot, they have a balanced and stable head

Ceolheard – An open minded man

Ceolhelm – A progressive, intense, exciting person with a sense of humour

Ceolhere – A high-spirited person

Ceolla – A level- headed, balanced and daring

Ceolmaer – A cheerful and mature individual

Ceolnoth – A competent, noble and outspoken person

Ceolred – Pure joy, love and experiences bliss

Ceolswith – A self-satisfied being

Ceolweald – Fresh, humane and progressive

Ceomma – A unique name who is beautiful and witty

Ceonred – A clean, observant being

Ceorra – They are fearless, neat and active

Ceowald – A lonely and diligent human being

Cerdic – Name of King, the beloved one

Cerenhir – Charismatic, candid and rational

Cerennhir – Compassionate being

Certa – A coal seller

Cesare – King

Cetewind – The one fron the cottage

Cetuur – An idealist man

Ceylon – Sri Lanka

Cezar – King

Chad – Warrior, a medieval given name from abbreviations of surnames Chadwick and Chadwell. Chad is also a seventeenth-century saint and an African country.

Chad – The name Chad is a boy’s name of English origin meaning ‘battle warrior’.

Chadburn – The one who is from wildcat stream

Chadburne – The one from brook

Chadbyrne – From the wildcat brook

Chadbyrne – The one from a river, a strange individual

Chadda – The one who is born in battle

Chadler – Battle

Chadley – Battle

Chadli – Battle

Chadlin – Battle

Chadly – Battle

Chadman – Battle

Chado – Battle

Chadrick – War or warrior

Chadron – A witty, helpful and a warrior

Chadwick – From the warrior”s town, originally a surname

Chadwick – English surname transferred to forename use, meaning ‘Ceadda’s dairy farm.’

Chadwik – From the warrior”s town

Chadwyk – From the warrior”s town

Chadwyk – The one coming from Brook

Chain – A lucky and peaceful individual

Chaise – An efficient hunter

Chal – Son, a brave young boy

Chaleins – A sharp-sighted young lad

Chalmers – A servant

Chambers – The one who is a servant

Champion – A winner and a savior

Chance – English unisex name derived from the vocabulary word, meaning ‘chance.’

Chanceller – The one having good luck

Chancellor – Record keeper

Chancellor – The name Chancellor is a boy’s name of English origin meaning ‘chief secretary’.

Chancey – Last name, a chancellor

Chandler – Candlemaker.

Chandler – Old French occupational surname transferred to English forename use, meaning ‘candle merchant.’

Chandon – A type of Parrot

Chanlan – High-spirited, alluring boy

Chann – Officer of Church, also a young Wolf

Channe – Young wolf.

Channe – A young Wolf

Channer – A wise and charming being

Channing – Of uncertain origin, possibly related to French meaning canal or indicating a church official, The spelling is suggestive of a paternal meaning such as Chan or Cana”s child.

Channing – Channing means aware, knowing something.

Chanse – A great fortune holder

Chap – A born trader or the one who is a businessman

Chapelle – Living near a church

Chaplin – The name Chaplin is a boy’s name of English origin meaning ‘clergyman of a chapel’.

Chapman – Name of a merchant

Chappy – A trader

Chariton – Peasant, filled with kindness

Charle – Man, a youth and a free man

Charles

Charles – English and French form of German Karl, meaning ‘man.’

Charleston – From Charles” town or settlement, surname, variant of Carleton, famous seaport city in South Carolina

Charleston – Free man

Charleton – A strong and kind man, settlement

Charley – .

Charley – Variant spelling of English unisex Charlie, meaning ‘man.’

Charlie

Charlie – Unisex pet form of English Charles and Charlene, meaning ‘man.’

Charlies – Nickname of Charles

Charlton – English surname transferred to forename use, derived from the name of many places named from Old English ceorlatun, meaning ‘settlement of the free peasants.’

Charly

Chars – A manly farmer

Charsey – A brave human being

Chas – Free man

Chas – Pet form of English Charles, meaning ‘man.’

Chase – Huntsman

Chase – Middle English surname (of Norman French origin) transferred to forename use, meaning ‘hunter.’

Chasen – This English boy’s name means to chase or someone who hunts.

Chatham – Soldier’s land

Chatwin – Friend, warlike

Chatwyn – The friend who is warlike

Chaucer – The name Chaucer is a boy’s name of English origin meaning ‘maker of breeches’.

Chaunce – An officer holder who has a good fortune

Chaunceler – Chancellor

Chaunceler – A Chancellor, the one who keeps records

Chauncey – English surname transferred to forename use, derived from a variant of the Norman French surname Chancey, originally a baronial habitational name (Chance), meaning ‘good fortune.’

Chauncy – Fortune, luck, from the French

Chauncy – Variant spelling of English Chauncey, meaning ‘good fortune.’

Chayse – A hunter

Chaz

Chaz – Pet form of English Charles, meaning ‘man.’

Chazz – A man, farmer

Checo – A small child

Cheever – The name Cheever is a boy’s name of English origin meaning ‘female goat’.

Chelone – The one resembling a flowering plant

Chelsa – A port for limestone

Chelton – A variant of Chilton, a farm near well

Chenaniah – Anglicized form of Hebrew Kenanyah, meaning ‘Jehovah establishes’ or ‘whom Jehovah defends.’ In the bible, this is the name of a Levite who was the chief of the Temple singers who conducted the music when the Ark of the Covenant was moved from the house of Obed-edom to Jerusalem.

Cherokee – Unisex name derived from the English pronunciation of Tsa-la-gi, a name that the Native American Cherokee people used to refer to themselves, meaning ‘principal people.’

Ches – Clearing camp

Chesed – Anglicized form of Hebrew Kesed, meaning ‘increase.’ In the bible, this is the name of the 4th son of Nahor.

Cheslea – Meadow

Chesley – Meadow

Chesli – Meadow

Cheslie – Meadow

Chesney – Unknown

Chess – Soldier’s camp

Chesslea – Meadow

Chessley – Meadow

Chesslie – Meadow

Chessnea – Unknown (possibly from an English surname)

Chessni – Unknown (possibly from an English surname)

Chessnie – Unknown (possibly from an English surname)

Chester – Lives at the camp of the soldiers, an old Roman (Rochester) settlement in Britain

Chester – English surname transferred to forename use, derived from the city name Chester, from an Old English form of Latin castra, meaning ‘legionary camp.’

Cheston – Camping, an activity

Chet – The name Chet is a boy’s name of English origin meaning ‘fortress, walled town’.

Chetwin – From the small house on the twisted or winding path

Cheyanne – Variant spelling of English unisex Cheyenne, meaning ‘little Sahiya’ or ‘little red-talker.’

Cheyenne – English unisex name derived from the name of the Native American people, from Dakota Sioux Sahiyena, meaning ‘little Sahiya’ or ‘little red-talker.’

Chicane – Piece of road

Chick

Childers – A house with a child

Chiles – The first born child

Chill – Relaxed one, town by the River

Chilton – From the town or settlement near the well, surname

Chilton – Settlement, place where people reside

Chip – Pet form of English Charles ‘man’ and Christopher ‘Christ-bearer.’

Chisholm – Coming from Chisholm

Chistoferus – Strong willed

Chresta – Follower of Lord Jesus, the son of God

Chris – A nickname for Christian or Christopher, though Chris easily stands as an independent name

Chris – English unisex short form of longer names beginning with Chris-.

Christ – The Annointed, blessed by God himself

Christan – One who is a Christianity by religion and believes that Jesus is the son of God

Christean – One who has faith in Christianityity religion

Christeen – One whose religion is Christanity and follows Jesus

Christiam – A Christianity

Christian – English name derived from Latin Christianus, meaning ‘believer’ or ‘follower of Christ.’ In the bible, this is the name first given to the worshippers of Jesus by the Gentiles, but from the second century onward accepted by them as a title of honor.

Christmas – English name derived from the name of the holiday, from Old English Cristes m?sse, meaning ‘Christ festival.’

Christof – The one who holds Jesus Christ in his heart

Christofer – One who has Christ in his heart

Christoff – One who holds Christ and his teachings in his heart

Christoffer – He who holds the son of God, Christ, in his heart

Christoforo – Jesus Christ bearer

Christoforus – One who has Christ in his heart

Christop – One who is bearer of Jesus Christ

Christoper – He who is Bearer of Christ

Christopher – English form of Latin Christophorus, meaning ‘Christ-bearer.’

Chroferus – A self satisfied, interesting and helpful natured

Chroseus – One who is restless, fantastic and versatile human

Chrysanthos – A golden flower

Chrysogon – A Medieval English name of Greek origin

Chrystin – A follower of Jesus Christ, the Son of God

Chuck – Famous bearer, one who gives or yields upholds

Chuckie – Pet form of English Charles, meaning ‘man.’

Chuckster – Free

Chucky – Free man, one who can act or think the way he wants

Chur – One who sells coal for a living

Churchill – Lives near the church by the hill, surname

Churchill – The name Churchill is a boy’s name of English origin meaning ‘hill of the church’.

Churchyll – Someone who dwells at the Church hill

Chydleluve – A warrior, one who fights for the safety of his king

Ciaba – The seller of coal, a fuel obtained from the remains of dead and decaying plants

Cibba – A considerate, responsible and a devotee

Cica – A coal seller, the son of the dark man

Cicca – One who makes a living by selling coal

Cicero – Chickpea, a pulse from the pea family, an edible seed

Cid – From a large island

Cidda – The seller of coal, a metamorphic rock

Cidrich – A humble cooperative and cunning human being

Ciedda – A clearing in the hollow

Cifa – The one who sells coal for a living

Cilciuhinn – An interesting, understanding, cheerful and likable being

Cilda – One who is a seller of coal, Son of a dusky man

Cimeilliauc – A candid, eager and insightful individual, alluring

Cimesetli – A soft hearted, considerate and lonely person

Cimorene – One who loves nature, responsible and diligent being

Cinan – Head, chief, one who is the chief presider

Cinbran – A normal, blunt, youthful and noble person

Cincenn – A noble, cheerful and independent individual

Cingal – A self confident, independent and gorgeous person

Cingen – One who loves to sing. A surname

Cingeswell – One who lives for the praise of his king, who makes his king happy

Cingeswiella – One who lives for the happiness of his king, like the spring season

Cingetorix – One who is considered as the king of warriors, leader of warriors, best warrior

Cingual – An annular one

Cingualan – A round person

Cinguali – A curcle. A round man

Cini – A coal seller, one who is a bearer of Christ

Cinmarch – One who is annular, round

Cinnhor – An optimistic, loyal, honest and reserved person

Cinnor – A temple of antiques in Jerusalem

Cintugnatus – A graceful, articulate and trusting individual, untiring

Cintusmus – A logical, patient, patient and methodical individual

Cinuin – One who appreciates beauty and naughty, witty

Cinuoc – An English name associated with a chief

Ciorra – A comforting, inexperienced and responsible individual

Cipio – A walking stick, something that helps a cripple to walk

Cippa – Coal seller or the son of the dark man

Circehyll – One who lives at the hills of the church

Ciss – Dimunitive for any name related to Christ, e.g, Christopher

Citoc – One who is the son of a dark man, an intense person

Citta – One’s thoughts and intellect, one’s collection of thoughts

Ciuarheru – A creative, beautiful and goal oriented individual

Cj – Cj’ is an abbrievative name usually based a person’s initials.

Clac – The bearer of Christ, the coal seller

Clacc – The son of a man who is dark in colour

Clae – Clay

Claeborn – Clay

Claeborne – Clay

Claebourn – Clay

Claeburn – Clay

Claec – Dark, not light, the shade of sky at night

Claeg – One who is subjected to death, mortal

Claegborne – One who hails from Claybrook, a habitational place

Claegtun – Mortal, one who can die, opposite of immortal

Claellus – A name of the Arthurian Knight

Claeton – Clay town

Clai – Clay

Claiborn – Clay

Claiborne – One who is earth-born, one who is born from the earth

Claiburn – Clay

Claiburne – Clay

Claiton – Clay town

Clancey – Variant spelling of English Clancy, meaning ‘red warrior.’

Clancy – Irish surname transferred to forename use, from an Anglicized form of Gaelic Mac Fhlannchaidh, ‘son of Flannchadh,’ hence ‘red warrior.’

Clarance – Something that is very bright and dazzling

Clare – Short form of English Clarence, meaning ‘illustrious.’ Compare with feminine Clare.

Clarembald – A bold and famous one

Claren – One who lives by the Clare River

Clarence – English name derived from the Latin title Dux Clarentiae (‘Duke Illustrious’) first borne by a son of Edward III who was married to the heiress of Clare in Suffolk, hence ‘illustrious.’

Clarey – Clear, obvious, easy to understand, evident

Clariance – Derived from Clare, meaning clear and bright and dazzling

Clark – Surname and occupational name for a clerk or secretary.

Clark – Of Old English origin, Clark is from the word ‘clerc’ meaning ‘clerk’ or ‘cleric’. Originally a surname for someone who worked in the clergy, it became a popular first name from Clark Gable the actor in Gone with the wind and the character Clark Kent in t

Clarke – The name Clarke was originally used as a surname and it means ‘clerk’, ‘cleric’ or ‘scholar’.

Clarkston – The town of a clerk, a place where a clerk hails from

Claud – Derived from the name ‘Claudius’, who was a 7th century saint

Claude

Claude – Taken from the name of a 7th century saint named Claudius

Clauds – Taken from a 7th century saint’s name, ‘ Claudius’, which means ‘lame’

Clavance – A British royal family

Claxton – The town of Clark’s, in the settlement of Jamaica

Clay – The name Clay is a boy’s name of English origin, meaning place with good clay’.

Clayborne – From the brook near the clay

Clayborne – Clay

Claybourn – Clay

Claybourne – One who is mortal, can die at any point in his lifetime

Clayburn – One who hails from Clay brook, a place in Jamaica

Clayd – Clay

Clayland – Derived from the name ‘Clayton’, a settlement that is made of clay

Clayne – A town situated near a place called Clayland

Clayson – Derived from ‘Nicholas’, meaning victory of the people

Claytan – Clay town

Clayten – A settlement near the land made of clay

Claytin – A town next to a clay bed, a land made of clay

Clayton – English habitational surname transferred to forename use, composed of the Old English elements cli??g ‘clay’ and tun ‘enclosure, settlement,’ hence ‘clay settlement.’

Cleavant – A river bank that is very steep, and falls sharply

Cleave – A cliff, a rock face, an escarpment at the edge of a sea

Cleavon – The name Cleavon is a boy’s name of English origin meaning ‘of the cliff’.

Clem – English short form of Latin Clement, meaning ‘gentle and merciful.’

Cleme – Tender, gentle, good natured, lenient, understanding

Clement – Short form of Latin Clementius, meaning ‘gentle and merciful.’ meaning ‘gentle and merciful.’ In the bible, this is the name of a companion of Paul.

Clements – English surname transferred to forename use, derived from Latin Clemens or Clement, meaning ‘gentle and merciful.’

Clemeth – He is merciful and a gentle person

Clemmie – Pet form of English Clem, meaning ‘gentle and merciful.’

Clenton – Hill town

Cleon – One who hails from the cliff, famous and illustrious in Greek

Clerc – Derived from the word ‘Clerk’ or ‘secretary’. Also means intelligent in Latin

Clerk – Cleric, wise

Cletis – Variant spelling of Latin Cletus, meaning famous, renowned.’

Cletus – Latin form of Greek Kleitos, meaning famous, renowned.’

Cleve – Short form of English Cleveland, meaning ‘sloped land.’

Cleveland – Hilly land, from the cliff, a geographical name, most notably in Ohio

Cleveland – English surname transferred to forename use, composed of the Old English elements clif ‘cliff, bank, slope,’ and land ‘land,’ hence ‘sloped land.’

Clif – A man who is brave, fearless, daring and bold

Cliff – Originally a short form of English Clifford (‘cliff river crossing)’, this name became an independent name, meaning simply ‘cliff.’

Cliffeton – Cliff town

Clifford – Lives near the ford by the cliff, Children will recognize this name for the beloved, classic canine character Clifford the Big Red Dog

Clifford – English surname transferred to forename use, composed of the Old English elements clif ‘cliff, bank, slope’ and ford ‘ford,’ hence ‘cliff river crossing.’

Clifftan – Cliff town

Clifften – Cliff town

Cliffton – From the town or settlement near the cliff, surname

Cliffton – A farm located near a cliff, A cliff near a farm

Cliffy – Cliff town

Clifland – From the land near the cliffs, surname

Clifland – A land that is hilly, a land filled with hills

Clift – A cliff or slope, a ridge located at the corner of a river

Cliften – Cliff town

Clifton – English surname transferred to forename use, composed of the Old English elements clif ‘cliff, bank, slope’ and tun ‘enclosure, settlement,’ hence ‘cliff settlement.’

Cliftun – A farm located adjacent to a cliff

Clindon – Hill town

Clint – The name Clint is a boy’s name of English origin, meaning hilltop town’.

Clintan – Hill town

Clinten – Hill town

Clintin – Hill town

Clinton – Surname, from the headland estate or hillside town

Clinton – English surname transferred to forename use, meaning ‘settlement near the headland.’

Clinttun – One who hails from the headland estate

Clintwood – A town, where people reside, another meaning is hill, an elevation on the land

Clive – Lives near a cliff

Clive – English surname transferred to forename use, from the name of various places, derived from Old English clif, meaning ‘bank, cliff, slope.’

Clochides – A hard working, impulsive and a daydreamer

Clodwal – An icy cold, blue man

Cloud – A condensed form of water vapours that is present in the atmosphere, can also mean a state of worry or unease

Clutarigas – An active minded, humble and serious individual

Clvtori – An old male name

Clyce – An era, a phase, a course of time

Clyde – English name derived from the name of the Scottish river Cledwyn, of uncertain origin, but probably having a similar etymology to Irish Clodagh, meaning ‘muddy.’

Clyff – Cliff

Clyfford – Cliff

Clyffton – One who hails from a farm located near a cliff

Clyfland – One who lives in a cliff land, a land consisting of cliffs

Clyford – Walking through liquid substance like waves or lots of water with great effort

Clyfton – Cliff town

Clyftun – ‘Clyf’ means cliff and ‘tun’ means town. A town containing many cliffs

Clyndon – Hill town

Clynt – One who hails from a town located near a hill

Clyntan – Hill town

Clynten – Hill town

Clynton – Hill town

Clyntwood – Hill town

Clyve – A person who lives at the cliffs, one who hails from the cliffs

Cnapa – One who is the bearer and follower of Christ

Cnebba – An expressive, talented and intellectual human

Co – With, mutually, together, jointly

Coal – A rocky type material used as a fuel, occuring at usually underground

Coale – Black

Coalfield – An area of land where coal is found in huge amounts

Cobalt – A transition metal used in the making of steel and in jet turbines

Cobb – One who replaces or supplants, heel of the foot

Cobe – Protected

Cobee – One who is saved and protected by God, one who is safe in the hands of God

Cobey – Protected

Cobie – One who is protected and shielded

Cobreigen – The son of the Earth, The one who is born from clay or sand

Coburn – The name of a country

Coby – One who acts as a supplanter, one who replaces or takes place of someone else

Cocca – A type of grain or eatable seed

Codee – Helpful

Codell – One who has a helping nature and helps others in need

Codey – Helpful

Codi – Cushion, a cloth stuffed with cotton, used for comfort

Codie – Variant spelling of English unisex Cody, meaning ‘helper.’

Cody – Pillow

Cody – Irish surname transferred to unisex forename use, from a variant spelling of the surname Cuddihy (also spelled Cuddy), an Anglicized form of Gaelic O Cuidighthigh ‘descendant of Cuidightheach,’ hence ‘helper.’

Coel – A spelling variant of the name Cole, meaning ‘charcoal’.

Coeman – A merchant, one who does the job of buying and selling goods, and is a businessman

Coen – One who advices others in a bold fashion

Coenhelm – A brave and bold persin

Coenred – A bold red man

Coenwalh – A bold one who rules

Cofa – One who is considered as the son of the dark man, the bearer of Jesus Christ

Cofahealh – One who lives on the caves or its slopes, residing on the cave slopes

Cofsi – The son of a dark or dusky man

Cohha – The bearer of Christ, one who is called as a coal seller

Coifi – The chief of Priests, one who performs rituals of God

Coilbrit – He who is like a hummingburd

Coimagni – A great, grand man

Coineus – A creative, mindful and energetic individual

Col – A short term for Nicholas, meaning victory of the men

Cola – People’s victory

Colan – A child, a young Boy of less age

Colbee – Coal town

Colben – ‘Col’ stands for the victory of men and ‘ben’ stands for son of

Colbert – English surname transferred to forename use, from the French form of German Kolbert, a variant of Kolber, an occupational name for a ‘maker of wooden clubs’ and later an ‘armor-maker,’ from Middle High German kolbe, meaning ‘cudgel, club.’

Colbey – A town where coal is obtained, A coal town

Colbi – Coal town

Colbie – A place or town where coal is found, a town of coal

Colborn – A stream or river that is at a very low temperature, a cold river or stream

Colby – Dark-skinned or from a coal town, The name Colby became more prominent following an ”80s television series The Colbys.

Colby – English surname transferred to forename use, composed of the Old Norse elements kolr ‘black, coal’ and byr ‘settlement,’ hence ‘coal settlement.’

Colden – Coal town

Cole – Dark, also a nickname for Nicholas

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.’

Coleman – The name Coleman is a boy’s name of English origin meaning ‘servant of Nicholas’.

Colemann – One who is tanned or dark skinned or dusky

Coleridge – The name Coleridge is a boy’s name of English origin meaning ‘ridge where charcoal is burnt’.

Coleton – A town from where coal is obtained

Coletun – Hailing from the town where coal is obtained, from a coal town

Coley – One who is dark and dusky like the coal

Colfre – Someone who is as peaceful, amicable and undisturbed as the dove.

Colie – Black

Colier – A trader of charcoal, one who does the business of buying and selling charcoal

Colin

Colin – Anglicized form of Scottish Gaelic Cailean, meaning ‘whelp, young pup.’

Colis – One who is the son of a dark or dusky man

Collayer – One whose job is to mine coal from beneath the ground

Collby – One who hails from a dark farm, where there is no form of light

Collens – The son of a king named Collen

Colles – Glue, a substance used to stick things together

Collier – Coal miner or merchant, surname and occupational name

Collier – The name Collier is a boy’s name of English origin meaning ‘coal miner’.

Collin

Collin – Variant spelling of English Colin, meaning ‘whelp, young pup.’

Collins – The victory or triumph of the men

Collis – One who is the son of the dark man or a coal seller

Collton – Coal town

Collye – A word name of English meaning

Collyer – A trader of charcoal in England, someone who buys and sells charcoal

Colm – Short form of English Malcolm, meaning ‘devotee of St. Columb.’ Compare with another form of Colm.

Colman – English form of Irish Colman, meaning ‘dove.’

Colmann – Dove

Colonel – A rank in military given to a high post, usually given to an experienced soldier

Colony – A group of people in a settlement, province or territory

Colsen – Coal, a form of carbon that is black in colour

Colson – Triumph of people, the victorious people

Colston – This location name is the name of a city in Scotland. It also means coal town.

Colt – From the dark town

Colt – English name derived from the vocabulary word colt, from Old English colt, which originally meant ‘young ass’ or ‘young camel.’

Colte – Young horse

Colten

Colten – Colten translates to a town of coal. It can also be spelled Kolton if you wish.

Colter – Horse herdsman Variant of Colt young horse,frisky.

Colter – Colter is an English name meaning ‘young horse’ or ‘someone who herds horses.’

Coltere – A person who rides and takes care of horses, a horseman

Coltin – Variant of Colton, hard worker, does not shy away from roughness.

Colton – From the coal town or dark town

Colton – English surname transferred to forename use, derived from a place name composed of the Old English personal name Cola and the word tun ‘enclosure, settlement,’ hence ‘Cola’s settlement.’

Coltrane – Variant of Colt young horse,frisky.

Coltrane – A young, agile, playful horse that is full of energy

Coltyn – A spelling variant of Colton, this English name has two meanings: a town where colts are bred as well as a place where coal is mined.

Colver – One who is as peaceful as the dove

Colville – Black

Colvin – The black colour, the darkest of all colours

Colvyr – One who resembles a dove, peaceful and calm

Colyer – A person who is a charcoal merchant, deals with charcoal and its products

Colyn

Colys – Son of the Dark Man

Commodore – A title for an officer who has been assigned to command more than one ship

Conan – Anglicized form of Irish Gaelic Conan, meaning ‘little hound.’

Conand – One who gives the command

Conbrinun – A friendly natured, happy, easy going and alluring being

Concenn – One who is concentrated

Concord – Calm, peace, tranquility, non-violence, still and quiet

Condaf – English name for Boys

Condede – To acknowledge something to be truth

Conetoci – An English baby Boy

Conewalch – A comforting, relaxed and optimistic person

Coney – Rabbit, a herbivorous animal that lives in burrows

Confucius – Anglicized form of Chinese Kong Fu Zi. Kong is the surname, meaning ‘hole’ or ‘opening.’ Fu is the generation name, meaning ‘husband, master, man,’ and Zi is the given name, meaning ‘son.’

Confur – One who is comforting, humble and talented

Congen – A free, sensitive, reasonable individual

Conguean – One who is strongly responsible and generous being

Conhinoci – An expressive, detail oriented and joyous being

Conhinog – One who is expressive, detail oriented and imaginative

Conlan – A rare variant of the name Quinlan derived from the Irish surname meaning ‘slender’.

Conlec – An English male name

Conley – Anglicized form of Irish Gaelic Conlaed, meaning ‘purifying fire.’

Connell – Anglicized form of Irish Gaelic Conall, meaning ‘hound of valor.’

Conner – Variant spelling of English Connor, meaning ‘hound-lover.’

Connie – Hero, a courageous person, who is respected and admired by all

Connor – Anglicized form of Irish Conchobhar, meaning ‘hound-lover.’

Conor – Variant spelling of English Connor, meaning ‘hound-lover.’

Conrad – Variant spelling of German Konrad, meaning ‘bold counsel.’ In use by the English.

Constantine – Anglicized form of Irish Gaelic Conn, having several possible meanings including ‘chief, freeman, head, hound, intelligence, strength.’ In Arthurian legend, this is the name of the successor to King Arthur. He was the son of Cador of Cornwall who fought in the Battle of Camlann and was one of the few survivors. Just before Arthur was taken to Avalon, Cador passed the crown onto his son, Constantine. Compare with another form of Constantine.

Constantinos – Stable and steady, constant, something that can never change

Constantinus – Persistent and abiding, conatant, does not change

Conthigirni – A person who is a doglover

Conuan – A name for a large ravine, neat and generous

Conuetu – One who is diligent, reserved and gorgeous person

Conway – Irish surname transferred to forename use, an Anglicized form of Gaelic O Conbhuide ‘descendant of Cu Bhuidhe,’ hence ‘yellow hound.’

Conyers – A famous city in Georgia

Cook – An occupation of cooking food, a person who excels in making food

Coolidge – To be extremely protective and careful

Coop – One who makes barrels and other wooden materials for a living

Cooper – Barrel maker

Cooper – English occupational surname transferred to forename use, from Dutch kuper, from kup ‘tub, container,’ which in English became coop. A cooper was a maker and/or fixer of vessels such as buckets and barrels.

Coopersmith – Manufacturer of wooden objects like barrels, tubs, buckets, etc

Coos – The top or summit, the peak, the highest limit

Copeland – A purchased land, a land that is bought

Copernicus – The belief that the planets revolve around the sun, derived from the Copernicus theory by Nicholas Copernicus

Copper – A reddish brown mineral,metal used for making tools and objects

Corbaleng – A versatile, sensitive and content human being

Corbalengi – Loyal, brilliant and fantastic human being

Corbalengus – A good natured, skillful and cultured person

Corban – A sharp, steep, almost perpendicular hill

Corben

Corben – One whose hair is as black as the raven bird

Corbet – Hair as black as the raven bird

Corbett – Raven, a black bird that resembles a crow

Corbin

Corbin – From an Old French and Middle English byname composed of the word corb, ‘crow, raven,’ and a diminutive suffix, hence ‘little crow’ or ‘little raven.’

Corbitt – Black haired, the raven, that is black coloured and resembles a crow

Corby

Corbyn – Variant of Corbin, mysterious, keeps his emotions to himself.

Cord

Cord – Bold or wise counselor

Cordale – One who mkes chords and strings, a chord maker

Corday – The maker of chords, a strings and chord manufacturer

Cordell – English occupational surname transferred to forename use, from a diminutive form of Old French corde, ‘rope,’ hence ‘little roper.’ The occupation consisted of making strings, cords, ropes, etc.

Corey – English name, possibly of Irish Gaelic origin, from a place name meaning ‘deep hollow, ravine.’

Cori – Variant spelling of English Corey, possibly meaning ‘deep hollow, ravine.’

Corie – Variant spelling of English Corey, possibly meaning ‘deep hollow, ravine.’

Corinth – Satisfied, contented, can also mean ornament

Corky – A hollow in a mountain or a hill

Corliss – Cheerful and generous

Cornal – Derived from the name of a town

Cornelius – Anglicized form of Irish Gaelic Conn, having several possible meanings including ‘chief, freeman, head, hound, intelligence, strength.’ Compare with another form of Cornelius.

Cornell – The name of a town in Britain

Cornwallis – Person hailing from a town named Cornwall

Correy – A vacant space or hollow in a hill

Corrick – A hollow or vacant space in a hill

Corryn – The colour ‘grey’, a mixture of black and white

Cors – Son of the dark man

Corsabrin – A detail oriented, deep natured and generous being

Cort – A man who works at the court, a courtier. Also means ‘short’ or ‘stunted’ in Norse. Means ‘courageous’ in German

Cortland – A short, small piece of land

Cortlandt – A land where farming is done, a farming land

Cortney – Variant spelling of English unisex Courtney, meaning ‘short nose.’

Corvin – Raven-haired.

Corvin – A raven

Corwan – A loyal friend, a liver friend

Corwin – Friend of the heart, close, very dear friend

Corwin – A white castle or fort

Corwine – A close friend, a friend close to the heart

Corwyn – A best friend, the best companion, the friend closest to the heart

Cory

Cory – Variant spelling of English Corey, possibly meaning ‘deep hollow, ravine.’

Coryell – One who wears a protection for his head, one who wears a helmet

Corzen – A kinsman, a cousin. Used as a surname

Cossa – A courteous and efficient human being

Coster – Derived from Costermonger, Seller of Costard (a type of Apple), It is an unusual first name but a more common surname.

Costi – A free detailed and creative person

Cotton – It is a dimunitive of Old french Cot(t)e ‘coat (of mail)’, orignates from old English meaning ‘?at the cottages or huts’.

Coty – Variant spelling of English Cody, meaning ‘helper.’

Coulter – Back country

Couper – Barrel maker

Court – Reference to the residence of the lord of a manor, From Old French’Yard or enclosure’, From English ‘Small, Short’, Also refers to Courtier and court attendent.

Courtland – Dweller in court

Courtlandt – Land of the Court, alternate form of ‘Courtland’

Courtnay – Lives in the court, Courtdweller

Courtney

Courtney – English surname transferred to unisex forename use, derived from the French baronial name Courtenay, from the byname court nez, meaning ‘short nose.’

Cove – Bay, Inlet, Shelter, Hut, Originated from Old English word ‘cofa’

Covell – Derived from the Old English word ‘Cloak’, therefore it is a nickname for the habitual user of cloak, name for a cloakmaker, Lives at the cave slope

Covin – People’s victory, Dove, Cub

Covington – Habitational name from ‘Covinton’ in Lanarkshire and Old English form ‘Cofington’.

Cowal – Anglicized form of Irish Gaelic Comhghall, meaning ‘joint pledge.’

Cowan – The original bearer of the name are the people who lived in EnglishScottish border region, Also refers to Twin, Hillside hollow

Cowell – A hill where cows grazed

Cowessess – Little Child, Infant

Coy – Seeks refuge in quiet places, friendly but shy.

Cradelmas – An effective, silent and likable person

Craeda – A confident and reserved person

Crandall – From the dell or valley of the cranes, surname

Crandall – Literally means ‘Valley of the Cranes’, could be used to describe someone from the Crane Valley

Crandell – Invariant to Crandall, Means ‘Valley of the Cranes’

Crane

Crane – The name Crane is a boy’s name of English origin meaning ‘crane’.

Cranleah – Originated from the name ‘Cranley’, Meadow of the Cranes

Cranley – From the meadow of the cranes, surname

Cranley – Someone from the Crane meadow, Literally means Meadow of the Cranes

Cranly – Another form of the name ‘Cranley’, Meaning Meadow of the Cranes

Cranston – From the Crane estate which a significant location near Ipswich, Masachussets

Cranstun – Invariant to ‘Cranston’, signifies a person from the Crane Estate nearby ipswich, Masachussets

Crashaiou – One who has a clever mind

Craven – The name Craven is a boy’s name of English origin meaning ‘garlic place’.

Crawford – English byname for someone with splayed feet, transferred to surname then to forename, composed of the Old English elements crawe ‘crow’ and fot ‘foot,’ hence ‘crow-foot.’

Crayton – Rocky, Settlement, Name originated from ‘Creighton’

Creasy – Graceful, Pleasant, Kind

Crebba – A bold, accurate and balanced being

Credan – Derived from the Latin word ‘Credanus’

Cree – Someone who trades fur, Hunstman

Creed – Compliant, with a strong opinion, Guiding Principle

Creighton – From the rocky town or settlement, surname

Creighton – The name Creighton is a boy’s name of English origin meaning ‘hilltop town, rocky place’.

Creketun – Someone who lives at the Creek town

Creoda – Belief, Opinion, Conviction

Creola – Habitant of the Native land Creole

Crespin – Curly-haired. The 3rd century martyr Saint Crispin is known as patron of shoemakers.

Cresson – A topographic name for someone residing near a stream, hill, lake or a tree

Crew – From the Old French for ‘augmentation.’

Crew – The name Crew is a boy’s name of English origin.

Cricket – Resembling a chirping insect of the night.

Criddi – A respectful and cool headed individual

Crisiant – Crystal, Clear, Bright

Crispian – Variant spelling of English Crispin, meaning ‘curly(-headed).’

Crispin

Crispin – English name derived from Latin Crispinus, meaning ‘curly(-headed).’

Crispino – Italian, Spanish and Portuguese form of ‘Crispin’ meaning Curlyhaired

Cristofuru – Sicilian form of Christopher. It means bearing Christ.

Croc – The name given to the lizard of the river

Crockett – Originated from the English word ‘Croket’ meaning ‘a large curl’ (referring too hairstyle)

Croften – A person from the enclosed town, town with enclosed fields

Crofton – English habitational surname transferred to forename use, composed of the Old English elements croft ‘paddock, vegetable garden,’ and tun ‘enclosure, settlement,’ hence ‘garden settlement.’

Crompton – From the winding town or settlement

Cromwell – Lives by the winding stream

Cromwell – Refers to a person who lives nearby a winding stream, From the crooked well

Crosby – Enjoys being the centerof attention, loves socializing.

Croslea – Meadow beside cross

Crosleigh – Near cross Meadow

Cross – Cross or the Crucifix

Croston – A settlement by the cross

Crow – The bird crow

Crowford – Name of a place

Croydon – Valley of saffron

Cru – The name Cru is a boy’s name of English origin.

Cruise – A very bold or daring person

Crusoe – The name Crusoe is a boy’s name of English origin.

Crympel – A relaxed, young person

Cubba – A bold man

Cubele – A bashful, intelligent being

Cuchein – An understanding person

Cucola – A lonesome artist

Cuda – Miracle baby

Cudbert – The famous one

Cudbriht – A dependent, bold, famous person

Cuddey – A youthful, creative person

Cuddy – Bright, famous

Cuelino – A logical, noble person

Cufa – A dark coal seller

Cufel – A literary man

Cufna – Phoenix, a very rare bird

Cugga – Understanding person

Cuha – A clear-headed person

Cuichelm – A hard working, light hearted individual

Cuithbrig – A famous individual

Cula – A dark born coal seller

Culbart – A mighty Seaman

Culbert – The know all

Cullen – Irish surname transferred to forename use, an Anglicized form of Gaelic O Coileain, ‘descendant of Coilean,’ hence ‘whelp, young pup.’

Culley – White as a Dove

Culver – The name Culver is a boy’s name of English origin meaning ‘dove’.

Cumbra – Name of a district in the valley

Cummum – Meadow near the River

Cunatami – An amusing person, son of Cunotamus

Cunbran – A normal, blunt person

Cunda – To understand

Cunedog – A neat and daring person

Cunobarrus – Rational one

Cunocennos – A compassionate person

Cunogusus – Famous, Brilliant

Cunovindus – A careful and neat person

Cunuaret – Head Chief

Cupere – The one making Barrels

Cuppa – The proud one

Currer – One who cures leather

Currier – The name Currier is a boy’s name of English origin meaning ‘person who dressed leather after it was tanned’.

Curt – Courteous

Curt – Short form of English Curtis, meaning ‘courteous.’

Curtis – English surname transferred to forename use, derived from a byname for a ‘courteous’ person, from Old French curteis. The name later became associated with Middle English curt ‘short’ and hose ‘leggings,’ taking on the meaning ‘short leggings.’

Curtiss – Son of a Dark man

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.

Cussa – Admirable, worthy of respect

Custer – A sexton, sacristan

Cutbertus – A bright spirited person

Cuthbert – The name Cuthbert is a boy’s name of English origin meaning ‘famous, brilliant’.

Cuthert – Best quality

Cuthgils – A graceful individual

Cuthsa – A happy, tactful person

Cuthsige – A choosy person

Cuthwin – Embodiment of purity

Cutler – The name Cutler is a boy’s name of English origin meaning ‘knife maker’.

Cutter – To cut Gem

Cutulf – Tender person

Cvlidori – The famous one, steady

Cvnaci – Reserved, serious person

Cvnogeni – Perfect person

Cwic – A wise, comical being

Cy – Master, lord.

Cy – English short form of Latin Cyrus, meaning ‘like the sun.’

Cyan – Greenish blue color

Cyan – A greenish blue color

Cybba – Analytical, an intelligent being

Cyd – Public Hill

Cydda – A clean-cut person

Cydifor – A diligent individual

Cydrych – A cheerful person

Cyfa – A fashionable person

Cyfel – A frank, lonesome person

Cyhha – Name of an English place

Cyler – Dove in the Woods

Cylla – Monster of Sea

Cymbeline – Anglicized form of Celtic Cunobelinus, meaning ‘hound of Belenus.’

Cymen – Name of a place near river

Cymesa – Meticulous person

Cynebehrt – An ethical and trustful being

Cynebil – A young, emotional and blunt person

Cynegels – A logical and smart person

Cynegisl – A Godly, self-sufficient person

Cyneheah – A good-natured, affectionate and easy-going person

Cynehere – An effective being

Cynel – A youthful person

Cynelaf – A noble, logical being

Cyneley – Lives near the royal meadow, surname

Cyneley – The one living in a meadow

Cynemaer – An alluring, eager and competent person

Cynered – A clean-cut and refined individual

Cynestan – A clean, tender and normal person

Cyneswith – Well-Spoken

Cyngur – Good-tempered

Cynlas – A self-satisfied, adventuresome person

Cynog – A confident, self assured person

Cynred – A trustworthy, intense and active people

Cynric – A powerful and mighty royal King

Cynrik – The one who is royal born

Cynsige – A nurturing, creative and extravagant person

Cynwallon – Lovely and affectionate person

Cynwared – A witty, youthful and nurturing being

Cyny – A coal seller

Cypher – Message, peaceful one

Cyppa – A progressive person

Cyppel – A loyal boy

Cyril

Cyril – English masculine form of French unisex Cyrille, meaning ‘lord.’

Cyrtla – A respectful man

Cyrus – Latin form of Greek Kyros, meaning ‘like the sun.’ In the bible, this is the name of the king of Persia, Cyrus the Great, conqueror of Babylon, who freed the captive Jews.

César – King

English boy names starting with D

D’Artagnan – (pronounced dar-tan-yun): French habitational surname transferred to forename use, meaning ‘from Artagnan.’ This was the name of the hero of Alexandre Dumas’ novel The Three Musketeers. The French form of the name is d’Artagnan, the English form is D’Artagnan (capital ‘D’).

Dabbs – The one from Albinius

Dabney – Judge, one who imparts justice

Dac – The one of practical nature

Dace – One from the South, noble

Dacey

Dacey – Irish surname transferred to unisex forename use, from an Anglicized form of Gaelic Deiseach (originally a name for a member of the Deise), ‘a tenant, a vassal,’ a word tracing back to Indo-European *dem-s, meaning ‘house.’

Dacian – Name of an ancient place

Dack – One with deep inner sense

Dado – Wealthy guard

Daduidog – A daredevil

Daecca – One who has supernatural powers

Daeccel – The choosy one

Daedca – A blacksmith

Daeddel – A Dove in the woods

Daeddi – A direct individual

Daedheah – A happy and eager person

Daegel – Dark stream

Daegga – A genuine and rhyming individual

Daegheard – Realist, one living in reality

Daegla – An affectionate person

Daelan – Rhyming variant of Waylon – a historical blacksmith with supernatural powers.

Daelan – Supernatural blacksmith

Daelyn – Small valley

Daevon – A pool

Daewon – Merciful, humane

Dafa – An able person

Dagger – The name Dagger is a boy’s name of English origin.

Dagwood – From the shiny forest, A dagwood is a large, multi-layered sandwich with numerous fillings. The sandwich is named after Dagwood Bumstead, the well-known character who eats giant sandwiches in the comic strip Blondie.

Dagwood – The name Dagwood is a boy’s name of English origin meaning ‘shining forest’.

Dail – Lives in the dale

Dailon – A daydreamer

Dain

Dain – The one who is from Denmark

Daine – From Denmark, adventure loving

Dainton – An alternative spelling of the name Denton, originally a surname meaning ‘vally town’.

Daiton – Dairy town

Dakota – English unisex name derived from the name that the Native American Sioux people call themselves, meaning ‘allies.’

Dalas – Meadow, house

Dalbert – Proud, noble

Dale – Lives in the dell or valley, originally a surname

Dale – From the English for ‘Dale’ or ‘Valley’, used as a name from the 19th century and is particularly popular in the United States.

Dalee – One who lives by the valley

Dalen – The one who has supernatural powers

Daley – Irish surname transferred to forename use, from an Anglicized form of Gaelic O Dalaigh, ‘descendant of Dalach,’ hence ‘assembly, gathering.’

Dallas – English surname transferred to unisex forename use, derived from the Scottish place name Dalfhas, composed of the Gaelic elements dail ‘meadow’ and fhas ‘stance,’ hence ‘meadow stance,’ i.e. a meadow used by cattle droves as an overnight dwelling.

Dallen – Lives in the dale

Dallin – The name Dallin is a boy’s name of English origin meaning ‘from the valley’.

Dallton – The settlement

Dalten – Name of a valley

Dalton – From the town or settlement in the dale, closely related to the name Denton, surname

Dalton – English surname transferred to forename use, from various place names composed of the Old English elements d?l ‘valley’ and tun ‘enclosure, settlement,’ hence ‘valley settlement.’

Dalw – Beloning to a valley

Dalwin – A very good friend

Dalwyn – Bestest friend

Daly – Variant spelling of English Daley, meaning ‘assembly, gathering.’

Dalyn – Rhyming variant of Waylon – a historical blacksmith with supernatural powers.

Dalyn – Blacksmith who knows magic

Damari – Unclear

Damian – English name derived from Latin Damianus, meaning ‘to tame, to subdue’ and euphemistically ‘to kill.’

Damion – Tame

Damion – Variant spelling of English Damian, meaning ‘to tame, to subdue’ and euphemistically ‘to kill.’

Damon

Damon – The name Damon is a boy’s name of English origin, meaning to tame, subdue’.

Damoni – Variant of Damon, the name means to discipline and tame.

Dan

Dan – Short form of Hebrew Daniy, meaning ‘judge.’ In the bible, this is the name of Jacob’s fifth son (of 12).

Dana – From Denmark

Dana – English surname transferred to unisex forename use, possibly meaning ‘from Denmark.’

Dancer

Dancesa – One with gentle and romantic nature

Dane

Dane – A dialectal variant spelling of English Dean, meaning ‘dean, ecclesiastical supervisor.’

Danforth – A hidden fort

Danger – A word name

Daniel – Anglicized form of Greek Daniel (Hebrew Daniyel), meaning ‘God is my judge.’ In the bible, this is the name of the hero of the Book of Daniel, who was cast into a den of lions but saved by God.

Danior – Born with teeth

Danni – Variant spelling of English Danny, meaning ‘God is my judge.’ Compare with feminine Danni.

Dannie – Variant spelling of English Danny, meaning ‘God is my judge.’

Danny

Danny – Pet form of English Daniel, meaning ‘God is my judge.’

Danon – The one from Denmark, charming

Danpreet – One loving charity

Danvin – Faithful friend

Darb – Grazing place for Deer

Darbey – Grazing park for Deer

Darbie – Name of a place where Deer graze

Darby – English surname transferred to unisex forename use, possibly a corruption of Derby, a shire of England, so called from doire, meaning ‘a forest abounding in deer.’

Darcie – Variant spelling of English unisex Darcy, meaning ‘from Arcy.’

Darcy – English surname transferred to unisex forename use, meaning ‘from Arcy.’

Dardan – One who lived near troy

Darden – English surname transferred to forename use, probably of Norman French origin, meaning ‘from Ardern.’

Darell – Variant spelling of English Darrell, meaning ‘from Airelle.’

Daren – Great

Daren – English surname transferred to forename use, from the Norman French baronial name d’Araines, meaning ‘from Araines.’

Darence – A blending name

Darian – English unisex name derived from Roman Latin Darius, meaning ‘possesses a lot, wealthy.’

Dariel

Dariel – Variant of Darrel, forthcoming, sharing and giving.

Darien – Variant spelling of English unisex Darian, meaning ‘possesses a lot, wealthy.’

Darin – Variant spelling of English Daren, meaning ‘from Araines.’

Darley – A Deer

Darnal – To hide

Darnall – Secret which is well kept

Darneil – A hidden chamber

Darnel – Perfect hiding place

Darnell – English surname transferred to unisex forename use, composed of the Old English elements derne ‘hidden, secret’ and halh ‘nook,’ hence ‘hidden/secret nook.’

Darold – From Airelle, lord of the manor

Daron – Great

Daron – A great man

Darrance – Rely, desire

Darrbie – The one who is free from hatred and envy

Darrby – Fertile, free from envy

Darrel

Darrel – Variant spelling of English Darrell, meaning ‘from Airelle.’

Darrell – Dearly loved

Darrell – English surname transferred to forename use, from the Norman French baronial name d’Airelle, meaning ‘from Airelle.’

Darren – Great

Darren – Variant spelling of English Daren, meaning ‘from Araines.’

Darrence – Uncertain meaning or origin, perhaps is a blend of Darryl and Clarence

Darrence – Combination name

Darrick

Darrik – One who rules the land

Darrill – The one who is adored by everyone

Darrin – Great

Darrin – A spelling variant of the English and Welsh names Daren and Darren, meaning great.

Darrion – Variant of Darian, the name means a present.

Darrol – Darling and a kind hearted individual

Darrold – Name depicting pride and honour

Darroll – A special person

Darrow – The name Darrow is a boy’s name of English origin meaning ‘spear’.

Darryl – From a French surname and place name D”Arel (from Arielle in Calvados), used as both a surname and given name since the eleventh century

Darryl – Unisex form of English Darrell, meaning ‘from Airelle.’

Darryll

Dart – The name Dart is a boy’s name of English origin.

Darthmouth – Name of Port

Darton – The name Darton is a boy’s name of English origin meaning ‘deer town’.

Darvin – A steady friend

Darwin – Friend of the deer, The original meaning has taken on the similar sounding but different meaning of dear friend.

Darwin – English surname transferred to forename use, probably derived from a Middle English personal name composed of the Old English elements deor ‘dear’ and wine ‘friend,’ hence ‘dear friend.’

Darwun – Dear friend

Darwyn – Dear friend

Darwynne – Dear friend

Daryl

Daryl – In French, the name Daryl can be seen as both a surname and as a first name, and means ‘open’. Alternatively, in English the name means ‘darling’.

Daryle – The one who is open

Daryll

Daryon – Good person

Dash – Nickname for Dashiell, bounces back after setbacks easily.

Dashaun – Yahweh is great

Dashee – One who is on fast

Dashel – Charming man

Dashiell – (pron. daSHEEL): Americanized form of the French surname De Chiel used as a personal name, composed of the French elements de ‘of’ and chiel ‘heaven,’ hence ‘from heaven.’

Dathan – Possibly means ‘fountain’ in Hebrew. In the Old Testament this is the name of one of the conspirators against Moses

Datuidoci – A daring and capable fellow

Daughtry – A high bank

Daulton – The name Daulton is a boy’s name of English origin.

Davante – A pure and lovng individual

Dave

Dave – English short form of Hebrew David, meaning ‘beloved.’

Daveen – Beloved, Feminine of David

Daven – Variant spelling of English Davin, meaning ‘little black one.’ Compare with another form of Daven.

Davenja – An educated and nice person

Davenport – The name Davenport is a boy’s name of English origin.

Daveon – One who is love and cherished by people

Davey – English pet form of Hebrew David, meaning ‘beloved.’ Compare with another form of Davey.

Davian

Davian – Variant of David, the name means he who is loved.

David – Hebrew name meaning ‘beloved.’ In the bible, this is the name of a son of Jesse. David was the second king of Israel and father of King Solomon. As a youth he killed a giant named Goliath with his slingshot.

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Davidson – The name Davidson is a boy’s name of English origin meaning ‘David’s son’.

Davidsone – One who has deep inner desires

Davie – English pet form of Hebrew David, meaning ‘beloved.’ Compare with another form of Davie.

Davin – Scottish surname transferred to forename use, from an Anglicized form of Gaelic O Duibhin ‘descendant of Duibhin,’ hence ‘little black one.’

Davion

Davion – Variant of Davon, the name means he who is loved.

Daviot

Daviot – A spiritual teacher and a beloved being

Davis – David”s son, a surname

Davis – English surname transferred to forename use, from Hebrew David, meaning ‘beloved.’

Davison – Son of David, an enthusiastic being

Davit – An eager and dynamic individual

Davonte – Davonte means a body of water such as a river.

Davy – English pet form of Hebrew David, meaning ‘beloved.’ Compare with another form of Davy.

Daw – English pet form of Hebrew David, meaning ‘beloved.’ Compare with another form of Daw.

Dawe – A lucky and beloved individual

Dawid – Greatest king of Israel, beloved

Dawson – David”s son, a surname

Dawson – English surname, transferred to forename use, meaning ‘son of Daw (David).’

Dawsyn – Son of David, wonderful being

Dax – American English form of German Dachs, meaning ‘badger.’

Daxton – Reference to the French town Dax.

Daxton – French town name, sensitive

Day – Dairy town

Daye – English surname transferred to forename use, possibly originally a nickname for Anglo-Saxon names containing the element di??g, meaning ‘day,’ such as D?gberht and D?gmund.

Dayl – A valley of flower

Daylan – Rhyming variant of Waylon, a historical blacksmith with supernatural powers.

Daylan – A variant of the English name Dallan, this unisex name has many spelling variants.

Dayle – Lives in the dale

Daylen – From the settlement of Dalla’s descendents

Daylin – Rhyming variant of Waylon – a historical blacksmith with supernatural powers.

Daylon – Rhyming variant of Waylon – a historical blacksmith with supernatural powers.

Daylon – A blacksmith who has powers

Dayn – Valley

Dayne – One who is from Denmark, a companion

Dayner – One from Denmark, a doer

Dayson – Surname. Variant of David beloved.

Dayson – A lovely and beloved individual

Dayton – English surname transferred to forename use, composed of the Old English elements dic ‘ditch, dike’ and tun ‘enclosure, settlement,’ hence ‘dike settlement.’

Daytun – Dairy town

De’Shawn – Variant of Deshaun, coming from Shaun and meaning God is good.

Deacon – English occupational surname transferred to forename use, from the Greek word diakonos, meaning ‘servant.’

Deagmund – One who acts like a bridge, a protector

Deakin – A messenger or a servant of God

Dealbeorht – Proud person, passionate

Dealbert – A proud and prosperous individual

Dean – From the valley

Dean – English occupational surname transferred to forename use, from the Latin word decanus, meaning ‘dean, ecclesiastical supervisor.’

Deandre – English elaborated form of French Andre, meaning ‘man, warrior.’

Deane – An angel, bright and bold

Dearborn – From the deer brook

Dearborn – One who has great mental and physical strength

Dearbourn – A Deer near a river, one who has experience

Dearbourne – One with great health, deep river

Dearburne – A brook which is near a river

Dearg – An alluring and bold person

Deasia – An insightful and diligent person

Deavon – Variant of the English county name Devon.

Deavon – One who loves adventure and are passionate

Deaw – An ethical and diligent person

Debson – One who has authority and is renowned

Decker – Roofer

Declan – Anglicized form of Irish Gaelic Deaglan, meaning ‘fully good.’

Dee – English unisex short form of longer names beginning with the letter ‘D.’ In some cases, it may be of Scottish origin, associated with the River Dee, possibly meaning ‘dark water.’ Compare with strictly feminine Dee.

Deedar – One wth beautiful eyes and vision, prized one

Deemer – English surname transferred to forename use, derived from Old English demere, meaning ‘judge.’

Deems – Son of servant, one with focus

Deerborn – Deer by a river, quick tempered

Deerward – One who guards Deers by the river

Deforest – The name Deforest is a boy’s name of English origin meaning ‘living near the forest’.

Deforrest – Variant spelling of English Deforest, meaning ‘from the forest.’

Deheuwynt – A majestic being

Deison – Son of Dennis, mighty being

Deke – A dusty servant who works very hard

Dekle – A leader, one who has wealth of creative talents

Del – The one who is of the valley

Delaia – Variant spelling of English Delaiah, meaning ‘God has drawn.’

Delaiah – Anglicized form of Hebrew Delayah, meaning ‘God has drawn.’ Hebrew name meaning ‘God has drawn.’ In the bible, this is the name of several characters, including a descendant of Zerubbabel.

Delaire – One who is born out of air

Delaney – Irish surname transferred to unisex forename use, from an Anglicized form of Gaelic O Dubhshlaine ‘descendant of Dubhshlaine,’ hence ‘black challenger.’

Delano – A swamp land, a dark being

Delavan – A proud friend, sensitive person

Delbert – Proud, noble, variant of Dalbert

Delbert – Probably a Middle English form of Anglo-Saxon ??elbert, meaning ‘bright nobility.’

Delevan – A good and trustworthy friend

Delgadina – A loyal and languishing being

Delio – A determined and steady person, coming from heaven

Dell – English surname transferred to forename use, originally a byname for someone who ‘lives in a dell/hollow.’

Delman – Man who came from pond, valley

Delmar – English name possibly derived from Spanish del mar, meaning ‘of the sea.’ Once popular among African Americans.

Delmon – One who is of the mountain

Delmont – Topographic name,coming from mountain

Delon – A faithful and confident being

Delos – Name of a place in Greece

Delroy – English name possibly derived from the Old French phrase del roy, meaning ‘son or servant of the king.’

Delton – A farmstead in a wooded valley

Delvan – A darling and beloved individual

Delvin – Delvin means good and trusted friend.

Delvon – God-like, a broadminded person

Delwyn – A wonderful being

Delwynn – A thoughtful friend, brave

Demarion – One who is dedicated to Mars, manly

Demason – A successful and brilliant writer, optimistic

Demasone – Son of a Judge

Demelza – Strong fort, the popular one

Deming – Alternate spelling of the English surname Deeming, meaning ‘act of judging.’ Compare with another form of Deming.

Dempsey

Dempster – Judge

Den – English short form of longer names beginning with Den-.

Denahi – A high ranking officer

Dene – Variant spelling of English Dean, meaning ‘dean, ecclesiastical supervisor.’

Deneheard – One who is in true depth of nature

Denewulf – A warm hearted, neat and fearless individual

Denham – The name Denham is a boy’s name of English origin meaning ‘village in a valley’.

Denholm – A valley island, strong relationship with family

Denis – Anglicized form of Irish Gaelic Donnchadh, meaning ‘brown warrior.’ Compare with another form of Denis.

Denison – Son of Dennis, have great power

Denley – Meadow which is filled with flowers

Denlie – A meadow which is in the valley

Denly – A positive and beautiful being

Denman – One who resides in a valley

Dennie – Roman God of growth, winemaker

Dennis – English form of Latin Dionysius, meaning ‘follower of Dionysos.’

Dennison – The name Dennison is a boy’s name of English origin meaning ‘son of Dennis’.

Denny – Pet form of English Dennis, meaning ‘follower of Dionysos.’

Dennyson – The intuitive, imaginative son of Dennis

Denston – A normal and outspoken person

Dent – A hill, tooth, independent

Denten – Name of a valley town

Dentin – Small town in a valley

Denton – From the town or settlement in the den, a surname closely related to the name Dalton

Denton – English surname transferred to forename use, composed of the Old English elements denu ‘valley’ and tun ‘enclosure, settlement,’ hence ‘valley settlement.’

Denver – From the elements ‘denu’ meaning ‘valley’ and ‘ferian’ meaning ‘to carry/ to transport’ , this name was originally a surname and is also the name of the capital city of Colorado.

Denys – Variant spelling of English Dennis, meaning ‘follower of Dionysos.’

Denzal – Fort

Denzel – Fort

Denzell – Name of a place in Cornwall, self reliable

Denziel – A youthful ans powerful being

Denzil – A nobleman who is a brave as well as gentle

Denzyl – Fort

Deon – English variant spelling of French Dion, meaning ‘god, Zeus.’

Deondre – Deondre means coming from Andrew. It can also be spelled Deandre.

Deonne – English variant spelling of French Dion, meaning ‘god, Zeus.’

Deonta – An enduring person

Deontae – An enduring individual

Deonte – Deonte is a mix of the names Deon and Dante meaning coming from Zeus & lasting forever.

Derby – Deertown

Derby – Variant spelling of English unisex Darby, meaning ‘deer farm.’

Derek – People’s ruler

Derek – English name derived from Dutch Diederik, meaning ‘first of the people, king of nations.’

Derick – Variant spelling of English Derek, meaning ‘first of the people, king of nations.’

Dermot – Anglicized form of Irish Gaelic Diarmaid, meaning ‘without envy.’

Derrek

Derren – Variant spelling of English Daren, meaning ‘from Araines.’

Derrick – People’s ruler

Derrick – Variant spelling of English Derek, meaning ‘first of the people, king of nations.’

Derrik

Derry – Anglicized form of Irish Gaelic Daire, meaning ‘fertile, fruitful.’

Derryl – From a French surname and place name, D”Arel (from Arielle in Calvados)

Derryl – Variant spelling of English unisex Darryl, meaning ‘from Airelle.’

Derwent – Place name referring to Derwent rivers in England and Australia

Derwin – Friend of the deer, The original meaning has taken on the similar sounding but different meaning of dear friend.

Derwin – The name Derwin is a boy’s name of English origin meaning ‘dear friend’.

Deryck – Variant spelling of English Derek, meaning ‘first of the people, king of nations.’

Desean – Variant of Deshaun, coming from Shaun and meaning God is good.

Deshaun – Variant spelling of English Deshawn, meaning ‘God is gracious.’

Deshawn – Elaborated form of English Shawn, meaning ‘God is gracious.’

Desmond – Anglicized form of Irish Gaelic Deas-Mhumhan, meaning ‘man from south Munster.’

Destry

Dev

Dev – From Devon

Devan

Devan – Variant spelling of English unisex Devon, meaning ‘worshiper of the god Dumnonos.’

Deven – Variant spelling of English unisex Devon, meaning ‘worshiper of the god Dumnonos.’

Deveon – Variant of the English county name Devon.

Devereau

Devereaux

Deverel

Deverell

Deverell – from a surname, upland river

Devereux – French surname transferred to English forename use, meaning ‘from Evreux.’ Evreux is a commune of Normandy, France which got its name from the Eburovices, the name of a gallic tribe, meaning ‘those which overcome by the yew.’ Yew wood was used to make weapons: bows, arrows, spears, etc.

Devil – English form of Greek Diabolos, meaning ‘accuser, slanderer.’ In the bible, this is a title for Satan, the prince of demons and author of evil, who estranges men from God and entices them to sin. Figuratively, the devil is a man who, by opposing the cause of God, may be said to act the part of the devil or to side with him.

Devin – Irish surname transferred to forename use, derived from the surname Devine, an Anglicized form of Gaelic O Daimhin, ‘descendant of Daimhin,’ hence ‘little fawn.’

Devion – Variant of the English county name Devon.

Devon – Place name, the name of a county in England

Devon – English unisex name derived from the county name, from a British tribal name, meaning ‘worshiper of the god Dumnonos.’

Devontae – Variant of Devonte, the name means son of Devon.

Devonte – Of a little deer

Devvon – Of Devon

Dewayne – Elaborated form of English Dwayne, meaning ‘little black one.’

Dewey – English form of Welsh Dewi, meaning ‘beloved.’

Dexter – English surname transferred to forename use, originally denoting a female ‘dyer,’ but by the time it became a personal name it had already become strongly associated with Latin dexter ‘auspicious, right-handed,’ and was usually chosen as a name because of this.

Deye – Variant spelling of English Daye, meaning ‘day.’

Deylin – Rhyming variant of Waylon – a historical blacksmith with supernatural powers.

Dezi – English variant spelling of Italian/Spanish Desi, meaning ‘longing.’

Dharvin – Blend of Daryl and Marvin

Dhelweard – Middle English name derived from Anglo-Saxon ?dhelweard, meaning ‘noble guard.’

Diadama – One who strives for life

Diamond – English unisex name derived from the vocabulary word, meaning ‘diamond’ for girls and ‘bright protector’ for boys. This is the birthstone for the month of April.

Diamont – A determined person, they are precious

Dib – Eloquent, one who has given a word

Dibin – One who has a strong heart and mind

Dibri – Anglicized form of Hebrew Dibriy, meaning ‘my word’ or ‘eloquent.’ In the bible, this is the name of a man whose daughter married an Egyptian.

Dibric – An idealistic and sensitive person

Dibyendu – Blacksmith who has powers

Dica – Hard worker, one with supernatural powers

Diccel – A clean cut, lively and energetic person

Diccin – A casual daydreamer, neat individual

Dick

Dick – Short form of English Richard, meaning ‘powerful ruler.’ Compare with another form of Dick.

Dickens – A beloved and famous King

Dickie – Pet form of English Richard, meaning ‘powerful ruler.’

Dickinson – The name Dickinson is a boy’s name of English origin meaning ‘son of Dick’.

Dickon – Derived from name Richard, powerful person

Dickons – A blessed and peaceful, powerful ruler

Dickson – Dick’s son

Dicky – Pet form of English Richard, meaning ‘powerful ruler.’

Dicla – A caring and daring individual

Dicon – Blacksmith who has powers, historical figure

Diesel – A modern name derived from the name of the petroleum-based fuel, used primarily in English and Australian languages to symbolize virility and speed.

Dig – One who is anxious to attain fame and success

Digby – English surname transferred to forename use, from a place name composed of the Old Norse elements diki ‘ditch’ and byr ‘settlement,’ hence ‘ditch-settlement.’

Diggory – English form of French Degare, probably meaning ‘strayed, lost.’

Digory – Cornish and English form of French Degare, probably meaning ‘strayed, lost.’

Digoth – A tactful and happy person

Dikesone – One who has immense love and care for nature

Dikk – A person who is nature loving

Dikla – Variant spelling of English Diklah, meaning ‘palm grove.’

Diklah – Anglicized form of Hebrew Diqlah, meaning ‘palm grove.’ In the bible, this is the name of a son of Joktan.

Dilbert – Variant spelling of English Delbert, meaning ‘bright nobility.’

Diliso – A beautiful and vast sky, joy

Dillard – A faithful person, a good little boy

Dillon – English form of Welsh Dylan, meaning ‘great sea.’

Dimitrie – One who is the master of directions, strength

Dinal – One who has intense desire to associate with people

Dinesh – One who is Jehovah’s judgement

Dinias – A deliberate, insightful and normal person

Dinis – Anglicized form of Irish Gaelic Donnchadh, meaning ‘brown warrior.’ Compare with another form of Dinis.

Dino – From the dene

Diondre – They are a blend of Dion and Andre, lovable person

Dionise – One who shines very brightly, creative

Dionites – They have an army of staff

Dionte – Dionysius, a King of mercy

Diricus – An interesting and studious individuals

Discovery

Dish – One who has a pure heart and soul

Dishan – Anglicized form of Hebrew Diyshan, meaning ‘a species of gazelle’ or ‘a thresher.’ In the bible, this is the name of the fifth son of Seir.

Dismas – Anglicized form of Greek Dysmas, meaning ‘sunset.’ This name is not actually found in the bible but was given by Christians to the thief who was crucified beside Jesus.

Disney – Coming from Isigny

Disnu – One who has a desire to change the world

Dissaith – A day dreamer and a hard working person

Dit – A say, one who puts his time to good use

Diuaret – A meditative and stable person, light of heaven

Diuin – A stable and firm person, part of divine

Divers – A hero from the heaven, plays for the team

Diversity

Dives – One who is a rich man, wealthy one

Divine – A modern name meaning literally ‘divine’ or a variant of the name Divina from the Hebrew for ”beloved’ or ‘friend’.

Dix – A strong and efficient ruler

Dixon – Son of Dick

Dixon – Dixon translates to the son of Dick.

Dj – A believer of truth, high congenital capacity

Doane – Rolling hills

Doane – The name Doane is a boy’s name of English origin meaning ‘low, rolling hills’.

Dob – Medieval pet form of English Robert, meaning ‘bright fame.’

Dobagni – It means a motivated person

Dobbins – A serious minded,responsible and stable person

Dobbs – Gift from God, A person who is clever , responsible and makes good judgements

Dobitvci – A person who has natural interest in the welfare of his men

Dobson – Bright, Famous ,A gift from God

Dobu – A honest and faithful and extremely fortunate person who will bring prosperity in what he does

Dobyn – A person who takes responsibility seriously and wants to serve the society

Doc – A healer, A person who has logical and analytical approach to life

Docc – A person who is quick and capable of assimlating new ideas easily

Dock – It means the seventh son

Doctor

Docunni – A person who has strong desire for success

Dodd – It is used to denote a lumpish person

Dodda – Blacksmith with supernatural powers

Dodde – A person who is adaptable and creative

Dodge – The name Dodge is a boy’s name of English origin, meaning famous warrior’.

Dodson – The name Dodson is a boy’s name of English origin meaning ‘Roger’s son’.

Dodynel – A person who desires for peace

Dofngarth – The one who is very brilliant

Dofran – A person who is of an inventive mind

Dolph – Short form of English Adolph, meaning ‘noble wolf.’

Dolvett – They are very efficient beings

Dom – Short form of English Dominic, meaning ‘belongs to the lord.’

Dome – One who belongs to the Lord and is a powerful

Domek – Spiritual and responsible person

Domenic – Variant spelling of English Dominic, meaning ‘belongs to the lord.’

Domenick – It means of the Lord

Domgeat – A good natured person

Domicio – The almighty Lord

Dominic – English name derived from Latin Dominicus, meaning ‘belongs to the Lord.’ This is a name traditionally given to a child born on Sunday.

Dominick

Dominick – Older spelling of English Dominic, meaning ‘belongs to the lord.’

Dominy – Belonging to the God

Domitilo – Variant of the Latin Dominic of the Lord

Domnici – A master, clever and has a protecting nature

Domo – A person who belongs to the lord

Don – Short form of English Donald, meaning ‘world ruler.’

Donaghy – Anglicized form of Irish Gaelic Donnchadh, meaning ‘brown warrior.’

Donal – Anglicized form of Irish Gaelic Donal, meaning ‘world ruler.’

Donald – Anglicized form of Scottish Gaelic Domhnall, meaning ‘world ruler.’

Donall – Variant spelling of English Donal, meaning ‘world ruler.’

Dondre – Abbreviation of Dionysius

Donestan – A diligent, tidy and naive being

Donn – The king of Underworld

Donne – They are the king of the underworld

Donnie – Variant spelling of English Donny, meaning ‘world ruler.’

Donny

Donny – Pet form of English Donald, meaning ‘world ruler.’

Donogh – Anglicized form of Irish Gaelic Donnchadh, meaning ‘brown warrior.’

Donough – Variant spelling of English Donogh, meaning ‘brown warrior.’

Donovan – Irish surname transferred to forename use, from an Anglicized form of Gaelic O Donndubhain, ‘descendant of Donndubhan,’ hence ‘little dark brown one.’

Donovian – They are open minded and nice individuals

Donston – A diplomatic and noble human being

Donta – They are interesting and enduring being

Dontae – Enduring, contemporary phonetic variant of Dante

Dontae – An enduring, nice, able and everlasting person

Dontaye – They are enduring, humble and have inner desire

Donte – Enduring, contemporary phonetic variant of Dante

Donte – They are contemporary and enduring people

Dontell – Contemporary phonetic variant of Dante enduring.

Dontrell – Contemporary phonetic variant of Dante enduring.

Dontrell – One with inner desire and has spiritual matters

Doogie – Dark water, desire to lead

Door – An open door, one with huge heart

Doran – Irish surname transferred to forename use, from an Anglicized form of Gaelic O Deoradhain, ‘descendant of Deoradhan,’ hence ‘exile, wanderer.’ Compare with another form of Doran.

Dore – Short form of English Isidore, meaning ‘gift of Isis.’

Dorian – Descendant of Dorus. Dorian was a character in Oscar Wilde”s novel The Picture of Dorian Gray who was given his wish that his portrait would age while he remained young and handsome.

Dorian – English name coined by Oscar Wilde for a character in his novel The Portrait of Dorian Gray, 1891. Probably derived from Latin Dorianus, meaning ‘of the Dorian tribe.’

Dorien – Descendant of Dorus. Dorian was a character in Oscar Wilde”s novel The Picture of Dorian Gray who was given his wish that his portrait would age while he remained young and handsome.

Dorien – Name of the legendary hero of Greece

Dorion – Descendant of Dorus. Dorian was a character in Oscar Wilde”s novel The Picture of Dorian Gray who was given his wish that his portrait would age while he remained young and handsome.

Dornar – A clever and quick witted individual, sight

Doron – A present, they are helping natured

Dorrance – A stranger who has a inner desire

Dorrel – They are stranger and have a great sense of humour

Dorrell – A stranger who is sensitive and love limelight

Dorren – A stranger who is very confident

Dorrin – Variant of Dorran stranger.

Dorset – The name Dorset is a boy’s name of English origin.

Dorsey

Dory – Golden-haired

Doug – Short form of English Douglas, meaning ‘black stream.’

Dougal – Anglicized form of Irish Gaelic Dubhghall, meaning ‘black stranger.’

Dougie – Pet form of English Douglas, meaning ‘black stream.’

Douglas – Scottish surname transferred to forename use, from an Anglicized form of Gaelic Dubhghlas, meaning ‘black stream.’

Doune – The one who comes down of a hill

Doyle – Anglicized form of Irish Gaelic Dubhghall, meaning ‘black stranger.’

Draca – An interesting person, has a secret desire

Dracon – A modern and mighty Dragon, has a desire to understand

Draden – A tribe leader, they are related to the dorset

Drago – Dragon, duck

Draik – Dragon, duck

Draike – Dragon, duck

Draincun – An authentic, restless and noble person

Drake – Dragon

Drake – English surname transferred to forename use, having several possible origins: 1) from the byname Draca, meaning ‘snake’ or ‘dragon.’ 2) from Middle English drake, meaning ‘male duck.’ 3) from Old Norse Draki, meaning ‘snake’ or ‘monster.’

Draper – The name Draper is a boy’s name of English origin meaning ‘cloth merchant’.

Draven – Surname, original meaning unknown

Draven – This name is primarily used in English and is a variation of the English Darvin, itself a variant of Darwin, meaning ‘old friend’.

Drayce – They are modern Dragon, mighty and intelligent

Draycen – They are the gift, variant of a Greek name

Drayden – One who is the ruler of the world, mighty chief

Draydon – A fantastic human being

Drayk – Dragon, duck

Drayke – One who has power of a dragon or a male duck

Drayson – One who has the best conduct manners

Drayton – From a farm where heavy goods are dragged

Drdhahanu – One with a over sensitive nature

Dre – One who is fun to hang out with and is social

Dreamwulf – Modern, lovely and wholesome person

Drean – A modern and ethical person

Dremca – A reliable and energetic person, reasonable

Dremic – They are strong and realistic human being

Drew – Manly, brave, variant of Andrew

Drew – A name predominantly used in English, may be a pet form of Andrew , meaning ‘man’ or ‘of a man’.

Drewe – A wise person who is very noble

Drewone – A reasonable person, nice ad energetic

Dreyden – Dreyden means valley and land that is dry.

Drian – One who takes innitiative and loves to travel

Dridan – An individual who is a from a dry valley

Driden – One who is from a dry valley and likes adventure

Driscoll – Irish surname transferred to forename use, from an Anglicized form of Gaelic O h-Eidirsceoil ‘son of the messenger,’ from eidirsceol, composed of the elements eidir ‘between’ and sceal ‘story, news,’ hence ‘go-between, intermediary, messenger, news bearer.’

Driskoll – Variant spelling of English Driscoll, meaning ‘go-between, intermediary, messenger, news bearer.’

Drithelm – A reserved and confident individual

Drover – The name Drover is a boy’s name of English origin meaning ‘driver of sheep or cattle’.

Drue – A manly person.

Drugo – A daring and realistic kind of person

Drummer

Dryden – The name Dryden is a boy’s name of English origin meaning ‘dry valley’.

Drygedene – They belong to the dry valley

Dryhthelm – They are realistic and happy people

Drythelm – A religious and realistic person, high spirited

Du – Wealthy guard

Duana – Little dark One

Duane – Anglicized form of Irish Gaelic Dubhan, originally a byname from a diminutive of Gaelic dubh, meaning ‘little black one.’

Duard – Wealthy Guardian, who protects and saves

Duarte – Guardian of wealth

Dubb – A playful person, adventurous

Dubricii – A brilliant, untiring and idealistic being

Dubricio – An informal, organized and bold

Dubricus – A smart, bold and dignified being

Ducca – A Duke, a habitational name

Duccel – A cool headed, comforting and emotional being

Duce – A sweet and pleasant individual

Dud – Short form of English Dudley, meaning ‘Dudda’s meadow.’

Duda – Wealthy guard

Dudd – One who is praised and worshipped

Dudda – Variant spelling of Old English Dudde, meaning ‘cloak, mantle.’

Dudde – From Old English dudde ‘cloak, mantle,’ which later produced the word duds ‘ragged clothing’ and dud which became a byname for a person ‘dressed raggedly.’

Duddel – Ambitious and loving person, diplomatic

Duddela – They are loyal, diplomatic and untiring

Duddy – People’s Meadow, a black descendent

Dudely – Dudda’s cleaning, they are lively

Dudemaer – A diplomatic and ethical, moderate being

Dudley – Anglicized form of Irish Gaelic Dara ‘oak,’ Dubhdara ‘black oak,’ and Dubhaltach ‘black-haired.’

Dudu – Wealthy guard

Duduc – A daring, organized and untiring being

Duff – Short form of English Duffy, meaning ‘black peace.’ Compare with another form of Duff.

Duffy – Anglicized form of Scottish Gaelic Mac Dhuibhshithe ‘son of Duibhshith,’ hence ‘black peace.’

Dugal – Variant spelling of English Dougal, meaning ‘black stranger.’

Dugan – To be worthy

Duke

Duke – English name derived from the vocabulary word duke, from Latin dux, meaning ‘commander, leader.’

Dulan – Of Old English origin meaning ‘settlement of the descendants of Dalla’, and it is a variation of the English Dallin.

Dumbbutt – A fun loving person

Dumgual – Lucky, mature and likable person

Dumnagual – One who is a guardian angel

Dumngual – A decent, understaning and honest being

Duncan – Anglicized form of Scottish Gaelic Donnchadh, meaning ‘brown warrior.’

Dungar – They are filled with energy

Dunham – A homestead on the top of hill

Dunky – Pet form of English Duncan, meaning ‘brown warrior.’

Dunleah – A beautiful hill meadow

Dunn – Anglicized form of Irish Gaelic O Duinn ‘descendant of Donn,’ hence ‘brown.’

Dunnagual – A strong personality

Dunnuca – A non judgemental, communicative and diligent being

Dunstan – The name Dunstan is a boy’s name of English origin meaning ‘dark stone’.

Dunston – Hilltop, one who likes limelight

Dunton – From the town or settlement on the hill

Durable – One who maintains a lasting impression

Duran

Durell – One who is King’s doorman, strong

Durham – The name Durham is a boy’s name of English origin meaning ‘hill peninsula’.

Durnell – The name Durnell is a boy’s name of English origin meaning ‘grower of darnel’.

Durnore – Effective and responsible person

Durrant – Enduring and firm individual

Durrell – A strong King’s doorman

Durriken – Fortune-telling

Durward – Keeper of the gate

Durward – The name Durward is a boy’s name of English origin meaning ‘doorkeeper’.

Durwood – A gatekeeper, they cannot be defeated

Dusta – A powerful person

Dustin – A fighter

Dustin – English surname transferred to forename use, probably ultimately from Old Norse Thorsteinn, meaning ‘Thor’s stone.’

Duston – A dusty place , a soldier

Dusty

Dusty – Pet form of English Dustin, probably meaning ‘Thor’s stone.’

Dustyn – A brave one in a dusty place

Dutton – An enclosure or the settlement

Dvnocati – A vigilant and naughty person

Dwade – Dark traveler. Blend of Dwayne and Wade

Dwade – They are the dark traveller

Dwaine – Carter or cartwright

Dwan – A notable and interesting being

Dwane – Variant spelling of English Dwayne, meaning ‘little black one.’

Dwayne

Dwayne – Variant spelling of English Duane, meaning ‘little black one.’

Dwennon – One who always remains original

Dwight – English surname transferred to forename use, from the feminine personal name Diot, a pet form of Dionysia, meaning ‘follower of Dionysos.’

Dwighte – The Latin God of the wine

Dwit – A famous person who is the God of wine

Dwy – A kind hearted, romantic individual

Dydda – An amusing, direct and youthful being

Dye – Pet form of English Dennis, meaning ‘follower of Dionysos.’

Dyer – Name for the dyer of cloth

Dyfnwal – A youthful, diligent and mild being

Dyl – Short form of Welsh Dylan, meaning ‘great sea.’

Dylan – Welsh name composed of the elements dy ‘great’ and llanw ‘sea,’ hence ‘great sea.’ In mythology, this is the name of a sea god, son of Aranrhod, and twin brother to Lleu Llaw Gyffes.

Dyne – A dean who is from the valley

Dyson – This English surname means ‘son of Di.’ It is also a variant of Tyson.

Dyttel – Loving and compassionate human being

English boy names starting with E

Eabba – It is derived from the hebrew word abba which means ‘Father’

Eadbeald – A heavenly light

Eadbeorht – The name eadbehort means ‘Wealthy’

Eadburt – Its derived from the word eadbert which means wealthy.

Eade – Middle English pet form of Hebrew Adam, meaning ‘earth’ or ‘red.’

Eadelmarr – A person who is noble.

Eadfrid – A serious-minded and responsible person.

Eadfrith – They are generous human beings

Eadgar – It means a very powerful person.

Eadger – One who is fortunate and powerful

Eadheard – Ethical and easygoing person

Eadhed – One who has earned respect of many

Eadhere – A self-centered person.

Eadlac – A happy and content person

Eadmer – A respected and diplomatic person

Eadmod – A homestead, providing protection

Eadmund – One who has riches and is a protector

Eadnod – An energetic and alluring being

Eadnoth – An ethical and analytical person

Eadric – They are manly and wealthy ruler

Eadsele – One who is from Edward’s estate

Eadsige – Analytical, smart and intellectual being

Eadstan – A superior person

Eadulf – A person who has an intense desire to serve others and be the helping hand in the society.

Eaduuard – A majestic personality

Eadwardsone – A person with the desire to serve humanity.

Eadweald – It means ‘Prosperous Ruler’.

Eadweard – Ed means ‘Rich’ and weard means ‘Guardian’.

Eahfrid – A diplomatic and honorable human being

Ealdbehrt – The one who is independent and happy

Ealdbeorht – The one who is in love with nature

Ealdfrith – A serious minded and stable person

Ealdhelm – A helmet, they are venerable being

Ealdhere – Accomodating and level headed person

Ealdred – Happy and efficient, realistic being

Ealdun – From the elves”valley

Ealdun – One who is from the elves’s valley

Ealdwine – One who is a true old friend

Ealdwode – They are the one who have power and health

Ealdwulf – A clear minded, intelligent being

Ealfled – An authentic, loyal and effective person

Ealgmund – Earnest, level headed and composed individual

Ealhdun – One who belongs to the valley of the Elves

Ealhelm – A high spirited, energetic person

Ealhhard – A brave and kind individual

Ealhheard – A helpful, honest and authentic being

Ealhhere – One who is a temple army

Ealhhun – They are friendly natured and have strength

Ealhmund – One who is very good natured

Ealhsige – Attractive, loyal and humble person

Eallard – One who is a brave person

Ealric – They are very brave, wise and happy

Eambald – A mature and bashful one

Eames – The name Eames is a boy’s name of English, Irish origin meaning ‘son of the uncle’.

Eamon – Anglicized form of Irish Gaelic Eamon, meaning ‘protector of prosperity.’

Ean – God is gracious

Eanbald – The one who is easygoing and accurate person

Eanbeorht – A normal, reliable and high spirited person

Eanfrith – A nonjudgemental and frank person

Eanhere – A forgiving, alluring and passionate person

Eanlac – Analytical, forgiving and ethical person

Eanmaer – An experienced, modest and accomodating being

Eann – God is gracious

Eanne – God is gracious

Eanred – One with a great spiritual insight

Eansige – A self assured, naive and well spoken person

Eanulf – An autentic human being

Eanwine – A wholesome and insightful being

Eanwulf – A happy and content person, genius

Earcanwald – One who has a mystic personality

Earconbehrt – A loving and caring individual

Eardly – One who is from a capable and efficient family

Eardnoth – A direct, natty and artistic being

Eardwul – A happy-go-lucky person.

Earl – Nobleman, a name based on the English aristocratic title

Earl – Aristocratic title transferred to byname and finally to forename, from Old English eorl, meaning ‘nobleman, prince, warrior.’

Earle – Variant spelling of English Earl, meaning ‘nobleman, prince, warrior.’

Earley – It means eagle wood.

Earlie – Derived from the word earl it means a noble person.

Earn – A serious minded individual

Earnest – Variant spelling of English Ernest, meaning ‘battle (to the death), serious business.’

Earnmund – Achievers and high rankers

Earnwulf – Ethical, wholesome and noble being

Earon – From the River Town

Earpwald – A well bred, philosophical person

Earvin – Friend or handsome, variant of Irving

Earvin – A thrifty friend, they are happy

Earwine – The one who is white river, a friend of sea

Earwyn – One who is the friend of sea

Eason – English patronymic surname transferred to forename use, meaning ‘son of Eade.’

Easter – English unisex name derived from the holiday name ‘Easter,’ which is related to Old English Eosturmona?/Eastermona?, meaning ‘April.’

Easterwine – A person who is a quick thinker and appreciates arts .

Eastman – The name Eastman is a boy’s name of English origin meaning ‘grace protector’.

Easton – From the eastern town, surname

Easton – Easton means an area of land in the east. It is also known to mean land of stones.

Eastre – The bright Moon, content

Eastyn – Variant of Easton, the name means an area of land in the east. It is also known to mean land of stones.

Eata – Its derived from the word eta which means to shine.

Eaton – Town or settlement by the river, surname

Eaton – The name Eaton is a boy’s name of English origin meaning ‘riverside’.

Eatton – Derived from the word eaton it means island settlement.

Eatun – An enclosure or settlement

Eb – English short form of longer names beginning with Eb-.

Eban – Ebony, black

Ebbie – Pet form of English Ebenezer, meaning ‘stone of help.’

Ebby – Variant spelling of English Ebbie, meaning ‘stone of help.’

Eben – Short form of EBENEZER

Ebenezer – Anglicized form of Hebrew Eben-haezer, meaning ‘foundation stone, stone of help.’ In the bible, this is the name of the place where the Israelites were defeated by the Philistines. It is also the name of a memorial stone set up by Samuel after the Israelites got their revenge. Ebenezer was first used as a forename by 17th century Puritans.

Eber – Anglicized form of Irish Gaelic Eibhear, meaning ‘bow warrior.’ Compare with other forms of Eber.

Eborard – A very expressive,adventerous and spontaneous nature person.

Ebull – A secretive person, one who is like Bull

Ebulus – member of a good counsel

Ecci – Emotional person who is energized

Ecga – An emotional, clever and good individual

Ecgbald – A brave friend, they are clever minded

Ecgbehrt – Has analytical mind and is bright and shiny

Ecgbeorht – One who has high level of understanding, quick thinker and intelligent

Ecgel – One who is born with a friendly nature

Ecgheard – A clever person, who is sharp witted

Ecghere – One who is clever and makes decisions at right time

Ecgi – A stable, warm and motherly being

Ecgric – Loud as a thunder, having strong desire to succeed

Ecgtheow – Peace, quiet, harmony, a heroic name

Ecgwine – One who is quick in actions, spontaneous and generous

Ed

Ed – Short form of English Edward, meaning ‘guardian of prosperity.’ Used also as a short form of other longer names beginning with Ed-.

Edan – Variant spelling of English Aidan, meaning ‘little fire.’

Edbert – One who is a born wealthy, bright person

Edd – Guardian of wealth

Eddgar – Wealthy, spear

Eddie – Pet form of English Edward, meaning ‘guardian of prosperity.’

Eddis – Brave and powerful son of Edward

Eddrick – A good fortune, determine and stubborn

Eddricus – Strong in material sense and is idealistic

Edduardo – Guardian of wealth

Eddy

Eddy – From the Old English name Eadward meaning ‘happy, fortunate, rich’, this is also a pet form of the English Edward.

Eddye – An independent, protector and saviour, wealthy friend

Ede

Eded – One who is full of joy and is a delight

Edelmarr – One who is having a high rank

Eden – Hebrew unisex name meaning ‘delight’ or ‘place of pleasure.’ In the bible, this is the name of the garden in which Adam and Eve lived.

Eder – Means ‘flock’ in Hebrew. This was the name of a son of Beriah in the Old Testament

Edgar – From Old English origin eadig meaning ‘happy, fortunate, rich’ and gar meaning ‘spear’.

Edgardo – Prosperity from the spear

Edgarr – Wealthy, spear

Edgars – Latvia version of Edgar, meaning fortunate and powerful.

Edged – One who is cutting, sarcastic in nature

Edgerton – A blessed town, posperous warrior

Edgyue – One who is propsperous in war

Edilfred – A noble and propsperous ruler

Edin – Unclear

Edison – Son of Edward

Edison – Edison means ‘son of Edward’. The name was originally coined as a surname.

Edlen – One who is like a high waterfall

Edlyn – Noble woman

Edma – A prosperous guardian, one who shows light and way

Edmar – One who is like a wealthy sea

Edme – One who lives in a very fine protection

Edmee – Honourable and a gift of almighty

Edmod – Rich defender, they are born to defend and protect

Edmond – From Old English origin eadig meaning ‘happy, fortunate’ and mund meaning ‘guardian’.

Edmonn – Of High status in society

Edmund – Wealthy protector

Edmund – Originated in Old English, Edmund means ‘wealthy guard’ or ‘protector of wealth’ and became a popular royal name in early Britain.

Edmundo – Protector of wealth

Edo – Guardian of wealth and health

Edoardo – Guardian of wealth

Edom – From Hebrew (‘adom) meaning ‘red’. According to the Old Testament, Esau, who is described as having red skin, was given this name because he traded his birthright for a helping of red broth. The bible goes on to tell that Esau was the founder of the ancient nation of Edom, located to the south of the kingdom of Judah

Edric – The name Edric is a boy’s name of English origin meaning ‘wealthy ruler’.

Edrich – Full of energy

Edrick – Strong and healthy

Edrik – Strong and efficient person

Edsel – The name Edsel is a boy’s name of English origin meaning ‘wealthy man’s estate’.

Edson – English surname transferred to forename use, meaning ‘son of Ed.’

Edu – Wealthy guard

Eduard – Wealthy guard

Eduarda – Famous bearer of light and energy

Eduardo – Variant of Edward, the name means expensive guard.

Eduino – Wealthy companion, one who has lot of money

Eduinus – Imaginative and naive being

Edulf – One who is of good personality

Edun – Middle English form of Anglo-Saxon Eadhun, meaning ‘rich Hun.’

Edus – Owner of many spears

Edvard – Guardian of wealth

Edvin – Rich or wealthy friend

Edwald – Wealthy ruler

Edwald – Wealth and fortune, the one who is fortunate

Edwaldo – Wealthy ruler

Edward – Prosperous guardian

Edward-James – Derived from the words ‘ead’ which means ‘wealth’ and ‘weard’ which means ‘guard’. James is an English name that means ‘protect’ ‘heal’ or ‘supplanter’.

Edward – Derived from the words ‘ead’ which means ‘wealth’ and ‘weard’ which means ‘guard’, it is generally taken to mean ‘guardian.’

Edwarda – Rich and famous person

Edwarde – A wealthy guard

Edwardo – Form of EDWARD – guardian of prosperity

Edwards – Guard, one who is a good defender

Edwardson – Son of a guardian, Edward

Edwardus – Son of edward, fortunate friend

Edwarya – Great and truthful person, one who can enjoy life

Edwen – Friend of wealth

Edwin – Wealthy friend

Edwin – The name Edwin is a boy’s name of English origin meaning ‘wealthy friend’.

Edwyn – Variant spelling of Middle English Edwin, meaning ‘rich friend.’

Edyope – Deliberate, young and polite being

Eegelwin – One who can spread peace and well being

Eetu – Wealthy guard

Eferhard – Brave and efficient warrior, they have power

Eferleah – A meadow, valley filled with flowers

Egbert – Middle English form of Anglo-Saxon Ecgbryht, meaning ‘bright edge.’

Egbin – A blunt, informal person, honorable

Egbryht – Entertaining and warm hearted being

Egelwin – A warm hearted and impulsive person

Egferth – An excitable, homey and respectful beings

Egfrith – They are wonderful human beings

Egred – A sweet singing bird

Egwine – A very good friend who is kind and noble

Ehlyson – One who shows compassion

Ehud – Anglicized form of Hebrew Echuwd, meaning ‘joining together, united.’ In the bible, this is the name of a great grandson of Benjamin.

Eideard – Wealthy guard

Eidniuet – A neat daydreamer

Eilmund – A light hearted, generous human being

Eilwen – Old friend with a white brow

Einbresel – One who works for greater good

Ekewaka – The protector or guardian of riches or wealth

Eklinga – A lovely and humble human being

El – Derived from Eleanor

Elada – Anglicized form of Hebrew El’adah, meaning ‘whom God puts on.’ In the bible, this is the name of a descendant of Ephraim. Compare with another form of Elada.

Eladah – Anglicized form of Hebrew El’adah, meaning ‘whom God puts on.’ In the bible, this is the name of a descendant of Ephraim.

Elam – Possibly means either ‘hidden’ or ‘eternity’ in Hebrew. This was the name of several characters in the Old Testament, including a son of Shem who was the ancestor of the Elamite peoples

Elaputra – One who has a bright future ahead

Elavarasi – A wise counsellor

Elave – A highly intellectual person

Elbert – The name Elbert is a boy’s name of English origin, meaning noble, bright’.

Elbhen – The child of the living beings

Elbie – Pet form of English Elbert, meaning ‘bright nobility.’

Elbridge – English name composed of the Old English elements eald ‘old’ and bric ‘bridge,’ hence ‘old bridge.’ This was the name of the fifth vice president of the United States, Elbridge Thomas Gerry.

Elci – One with imaginative and creative mind

Elcu – A light hearted and exciting human being

Eldad – Means ‘God has loved’ in Hebrew. In the Old Testament he is one of the two elders who prophesizes in the Israelite camp

Eldan – One who resides in the valley of Elves

Elden – Elf friend, noble friend, implies supernaturally good or wise friend, variant of Alvin or Alden

Elden – The name Elden is a boy’s name of English origin meaning ‘noble friend’.

Elder – From near the elder tree, has also come to mean older, wiser, and is a governing officer of a church

Eldid – One who is a believer in God

Eldin – Variant spelling of Middle English Aldin, meaning ‘old friend.’

Eldis – Variant spelling of Old English Aldous, probably meaning ‘from the old house.’

Eldon – English surname transferred to forename use, composed of the masculine name Ella and the Old English word dun ‘hill,’ hence ‘Ella’s hill.’

Eldous – Variant spelling of Old English Aldous, probably meaning ‘from the old house.’

Eldra – One who is always taking God as oath

Eldred – The name Eldred is a boy’s name of English origin meaning ‘old counsel’.

Eldrian – A wise counselor of the battle

Eldric – An old and wise ruler

Eldrich – The one who has intellect of a sage

Eldrick – A sage like ruler

Eldrid – The one who is a wise ruler

Eldridge – The name Eldridge is a boy’s name of English origin meaning ‘old, wise leader’.

Eldrige – Wise ruler who is also a battle counsellor

Eldritch – Old and insightful person

Elduin – A lonely and diplomatic person

Eldur – One who is from the Elder tree

Eldwen – Variant spelling of Middle English Eldwin, meaning ‘old friend.’

Eldwin – Variant spelling of Middle English Aldwin, meaning ‘old friend.’

Eldwynn – One who is like an old friend

Eleazar – Anglicized form of Hebrew Elazar, meaning ‘God has helped.’ In the bible, this is the name of several characters, including a high priest son of Aaron.

Eledon – One who climbs the Leader’s hill

Eleos – One who can appreciate the beautiful nature

Elery – A cheerful person who shares happiness

Elewa – They are exciting and determined

Elford – One who came from the Alder tree

Elfred – Sage, wise, supernaturally so, counsel of the elves, variant of Alfred

Elfrid – An inspired advice who wants peace

Elfstan – Solemn, lonely and efficient

Elgar – Variant spelling of Middle English Algar, meaning ‘elf spear.’

Elger – Variant spelling of English Algar, meaning ‘elf spear.’

Elgin – Noble, white.

Elgin – A white and noble person

Elgine – They are noble and white

Elgued – An energetic and educated individual

Elhanan – Anglicized form of Hebrew Elchanan, meaning ‘God is gracious.’ In the bible, this is the name of a warrior of King David’s army.

Eli – Anglicized form of Hebrew Eliy, meaning ‘ascending.’ In the bible, this is the name of a high priest and last of the Judges in the days of Samuel. Compare with another form of Eli.

Eliab – Anglicized form of Hebrew Eliyab, meaning ‘my God is Father.’ In the bible, this is the name of a leader of the tribe of Zebulun.

Eliah – Anglicized form of Hebrew Eliyah, meaning ‘the Lord is my God.’ In the bible, this is the name of several characters, including the prophet who lived in during the reign of Ahab.

Eliakim – Means ‘God rises’ in Hebrew. In the Old Testament this is the name of the master of Hezekiah’s household

Eliasaph – Anglicized form of Hebrew Elyacaph, meaning ‘God increases the family.’ In the bible, this is the name of a leader of the tribe of Gad.

Elifaz – Anglicized form of Hebrew Eliyphaz, meaning ‘my God is pure gold.’ In the bible, this is the name of Job’s three friends.

Elifelet – Anglicized form of Hebrew Eliyphelet, meaning ‘my God is deliverance.’ In the bible, this is the name of many characters, including King David’s youngest son. Also spelled Eliphelet.

Elige – One who has very big ideas

Elihoenai – Anglicized form of Hebrew Elyehoweynay, meaning ‘unto God are my eyes.’ In the bible, this is the name of many characters, including a priest and a Korahite temple doorkeeper.

Elihu – Anglicized form of Hebrew Eliyhuw, meaning ‘He is my God.’ In the bible, this is the name of many characters, including a friend of Job.

Elijachuh – One with vivid imagination

Elijah – Anglicized form of Greek Elias (Hebrew Eliyah), meaning ‘the Lord is my God.’ In the bible, this is the name of several characters, including the prophet who lived in during the reign of Ahab.

Elimelech – Anglicized form of Hebrew Eliymelek, meaning ‘my God is King.’ In the bible, this is the name of the husband of Naomi.

Elinui – A responsible and imaginative being

Elinwy – They are insightful, lonely and youthful

Elio – Variant of ‘Elliot,’ which is derived from the biblical prophet’s name Elijah, meaning the Lord is my God.

Elioenai – Anglicized form of Hebrew Elyehoweynay, meaning ‘unto God are my eyes.’ In the bible, this is the name of many characters, including a priest and a Korahite temple doorkeeper.

Eliot – Variant spelling of English Elliot, meaning ‘the Lord is my God.’

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Eliott – Variant spelling of English Elliot, meaning ‘the Lord is my God.’

Eliphalet – Anglicized form of Hebrew Eliyphelet, meaning ‘my God is deliverance.’ In the bible, this is the name of many characters, including King David’s youngest son.

Eliphaz – Anglicized form of Hebrew Eliyphaz, meaning ‘my God is pure gold.’ In the bible, this is the name of Job’s three friends.

Eliphelet – Anglicized form of Hebrew Eliyphelet, meaning ‘my God is deliverance.’ In the bible, this is the name of many characters, including King David’s youngest son.

Elisael – Excited and lonesome individual

Elisha – Anglicized form of Hebrew Eliysha, meaning ‘God is salvation.’ In the bible, this is the name of the prophet who succeeded Elijah.

Elishua – Anglicized form of Hebrew Eliyshuwa, meaning ‘my God is savior.’ In the bible, this is the name of a son of King David.

Elisota – Ellis’s son, one who is a good warrior

Elissa – They are Eliss’s son, strong and mighty

Eliud – Anglicized form of Greek Elioud, meaning ‘God his glory.’ In the New Testament bible, this is the name of an ancestor of Christ.

Elizeus – One who can seek and understand truth

Elkana – Variant spelling of English Elkanah, meaning either ‘God has created’ or ‘God has possessed.’

Elkanah – Anglicized form of Hebrew Elqanah, meaning either ‘God has created’ or ‘God has possessed.’ In the bible, this is the name of many characters, including one of the sons of Korah.

Ella – Middle English form of Anglo-Saxon ?lla, meaning ‘all, universal.’ Compare with feminine Ella.

Ellder – Another form of Elder tree, has strength

Elldred – An old and wise counsel

Eller – A cheerful person who lives near an Alder tree

Ellerey – A charming and cheerful person, an Alder tree

Ellerie – One who has a cheerful and friendly personlaity

Ellery – Island with elder trees, may also be a derivation of Hilary, meaning joyful

Ellery – From an Old English place name meaning ‘island of elder trees.’

Ellgar – Variant spelling of Middle English Elgar, meaning ‘elf spear.’

Ellger – Variant spelling of Middle English Elger, meaning ‘elf spear.’

Ellington – One who belongs to the Ella’s town

Elliot

Elliot – English surname transferred to forename use, originally a Norman French diminutive form of Old French Elie, meaning ‘the Lord is my God.’

Elliott – The Lord is my God, variant of Elijah

Elliott – Variant spelling of English Elliot, meaning ‘the Lord is my God.’

Ellis – The Lord is my God, variant of Elijah

Ellis – form of ELIJAH – Lord is my God. Formerly a surname

Ellison – Son of Elder

Ellison – Salvation, one who is the Son of Elder

Elliston – The God is Jehovah

Ellmer – One who has a noble heart and soul

Ellson – A person who is fully dedicated

Ellston – The one who belongs to the farm

Ellswerth – Closure, a habitational name

Ellsworth – The name Ellsworth is a boy’s name of English origin meaning ‘nobleman’s estate’.

Ellton – One who is a brave God’s fighter

Ellvis – Wise friend

Ellwood – The one who belongs to the old forest

Elmer – The name Elmer may remind you of the silly cartoon character Elmer Fudd, but it actually means noble.

Elmet – An independent and dependent person

Elmir – The person who is very noble

Elmo – One who acts like helmet and provides protection

Elmoor – One who resides in the Elm tree

Elmore – From the moor with the elm trees, surname

Elmore – The name Elmore is a boy’s name of English origin meaning ‘moor with elm trees’.

Elora – One who is ready for battle

Elpalet – Anglicized form of Hebrew Eliyphelet, meaning ‘my God is deliverance.’

Elphaba – A literary name

Elphege – A responsible and noble person

Elphyn – A hardworking fellow who works for greater good

Elric – Middle English form of Anglo-Saxon ?lfric, meaning ‘elf ruler.’

Elrick – A habitational name, a noble ruler

Elrod – Frequently found in southern states of the U.S., this name is an English altered spelling of the German surname Ellrodt which is probably from the place name Ellierode, a village in the Solling mountains in the valley of Schottelbach Creek, meaning ‘wood clearing at the water.’

Elrond – Tolkien literary name meaning ‘star dome.’

Elroy – The name Elroy is a boy’s name of English origin, meaning the king’.

Elsdon – English surname transferred to forename use, composed of the feminine personal name Elli and Old English denu ‘valley,’ hence ‘Elli’s valley.’

Elsin – noble and true.

Elson – From the old town. Surname.

Elstan – this means elf stone

Elston – this means my god is Jehovah from Elijah or someone from old town.

Elsworth – this means someone who is from the estate of the noble.

Elton – From the old town

Elton – English surname transferred to forename use, composed of the Middle English personal name Ella and tun ‘enclosure, settlement,’ hence ‘Ella’s settlement.’

Elured – this means someone who is very smart

Eluret – this means someone of royal origin

Eluric – this means an old wise ruler.

Elvern – this name means a wise elf friend.

Elvet – the meaning of this name is swan stream.

Elvey – this name means elf warrior

Elvin – Elf friend, noble friend, variant of Alvin.

Elvin – From Old English origin meaning ‘noble friend’ a spelling variant of the name Alvin.

Elvis – Perhaps an English form of Scandinavian Alvis, meaning ‘all wise.’

Elvy – this name means elf warrior or elf friend.

Elweard – Variant spelling of Middle English Aylward, meaning ‘elf guard’ or ‘noble guard.’

Elwell – this name means someone from old spring.

Elwen – the meaning of this name is old friend.

Elwin – Elf friend, noble friend, variant of Alvin.

Elwin – Variant spelling of Middle English Alwin, meaning ‘elf friend.’

Elwold – this name means an old forest tree.

Elwood – From the old forest

Elwood – English surname transferred to forename use, possibly composed of the Old English elements ellern ‘elder tree’ and wudu ‘wood,’ hence ‘elder tree forest.’

Elwyn – Variant spelling of Middle English Elwin, meaning ‘elf friend.’

Elyakim – Anglicized form of Hebrew Elyaqiym or Greek Eliakim, meaning ‘God will establish.’

Elyakum – Anglicized form of Hebrew Elyaqiym or Greek Eliakim, meaning ‘God will establish.’

Elyasaf – Anglicized form of Hebrew Elyacaph, meaning ‘God increases the family.’ In the bible, this is the name of a leader of the tribe of Gad.

Ember – smoldering remains of a fire

Embrace – it means to hug someone or show affection.

Embre – someone who rules the hearts and homes of people.

Embry – this name means someone who is good at winning people’s hearts and as a result enters their hearts and homes.

Emersen – Emery’s Son

Emerson – this name is often used for describing a strong and powerful leader who is extremely brave.

Emery – Brave, powerfu, variant of Amory.

Emery – English surname transferred to forename use, derived from the German personal name Emeric, meaning ‘work-power.’

Emeryth – it means an industrious leader with work power.

Emest – it has meanings like serious, being determined or a feeling of earnest or great vigour.

Emet – this means whole or universal truth.

Emil – German and Scandinavian name derived from Latin ?milius, meaning ‘rival.’ In use by the English.

Emit – someone who has everything or is universal.

Emitt – a powerful person known all over the universe.

Emmanuel – Latin form of Greek Emmanouel, meaning ‘God is with us.’ In the Old Testament bible, this is the name of the promised Messiah as prophesied by Isaiah. In the New Testament, it is a name given to Christ by Matthew. In use by the English and French.

Emmerson – Variant spelling of English Emerson, meaning ‘son of Emery.’

Emmersyn – this name signifies someone who is powerful and brave at heart.

Emmet – English surname transferred to forename use, derived from the French feminine personal name Emmet, meaning ‘entire, whole.’ Compare with another form of Emmet.

Emmete – someone who has great strength and is hugely powerful.

Emmeton – a person born out of power.

Emmett – Industrious, strong

Emmett – Variant spelling of English Emmet, meaning ‘entire, whole.’ Compare with another form of Emmett.

Emmit – it means the entirety or the universe.

Emmitt – the whole universe in its entirety.

Emmot – powerful and strong.

Emmota – this is a name which signifies someone who is strong and extremely powerful.

Emmott – tough, extremely powerful and strong built.

Emms – it means someone who is a son of the universe.

Emmyrson – Emery’s Son

Emory – Warrior, eager to particpate in battle and prove himself.

Empa – a leader of the people derived from the word emperor.

Ems – the whole universe.

Emyrson – Emery’s Son

Enda – Anglicized form of Irish Gaelic Eanna, meaning ‘bird-like.’

Enderby – it is a famous English surname.

Endicott – The name Endicott is a boy’s name of English origin meaning ‘beyond the cottage’.

Engeled – a description of the word angelic or a possible old English refrence to England.

Engelram – an extremely pure soul or an angel.

Enniaun – the family name of a great writer during ancient Roman civilization.

Enoch – Anglicized form of Greek Henoch (Hebrew Chanowk), meaning ‘dedicated’ or ‘initiated.’ In the bible, this is the name of the eldest son of Cain, and a son of Jared the father of Methuselah.

Enos – Variant spelling of English Enosh, meaning ‘man, human being.’

Enosh – Anglicized form of Hebrew Enowsh, meaning ‘man, human being.’ In the bible, this is the name of a son of Seth.

Eodgar – Wealthy, spear

Eofor – a boar in Old English.

Eoforwic – someone from the bear state.

Eorland – a noblemen’s land.

Eorlland – a land belonging to noblemen.

Eorlson – a nobleman’s son.

Eormenburh – people belonging to noblemen’s land

Eormengard – a strong person from a nobleman’s land.

Eormenread – somebody who has undertaken a public oath.

Ephah – Anglicized form of Hebrew unisex Eyphah, meaning ‘darkness’ or ‘gloomy.’ In the bible, this is the name of several characters, including a son of Midian and one of Caleb’s concubines.

Epic – a long story or novel.

Epicelena – a very long narrative or story or novel.

Eragon – a fictional character who rides a dragon.

Eral – somebody of nobility.

Erchambaut – a British word meaning loved by all.

Erconbert – an old king of Kent.

Erek – Variant spelling of English Eric, meaning ‘ever-ruler.’

Erembour – a character from mythology who rides shadows.

Eric – English form of German Erich, meaning ‘ever-ruler.’

Erick – Variant spelling of English Eric, meaning ‘ever-ruler.’

Erickson – son of Erik, son of ruler.

Erico – someone who rules the people of a land.

Ericson – son of a ruler named Erik.

Erik – Variant spelling of English Eric, meaning ‘ever-ruler.’ Compare with another form of Erik.

Erkenbaud – an ancient king of Northumberland.

Erl – a warrior or nobleman.

Erland – a leader.

Erle – Variant spelling of English Earl, meaning ‘nobleman, prince, warrior.’

Erlend – a stranger.

Erman – whole, immense or universal or army man.

Ermenred – a historical figure featuring in England’s monarchical pedigree.

Ermin – Greek word meaning universal or whole.

Ern – Short form of English Ernest, meaning ‘battle (to the death), serious business.’

Ernest – English form of German Ernust, meaning ‘battle (to the death), serious business.’

Ernestino – an earnest and determined effort.

Ernie – Pet form of English Ernest, meaning ‘battle (to the death), serious business.’

Ernoldus – eagle ruler or strong as an eagle.

Ernst – a word which means serious and determined.

Ernulf – a Christianity religious figure of historical period.

Ernwyd – a fictional character who is a Hobbit.

Errol – Scottish surname transferred to forename use, from a place name possibly meaning ‘to wander.’

Erroll – Variant spelling of Scottish Errol, possibly meaning ‘to wander.’

Erryn – it means exalted or strong.

Erskine – Over the knife

Ervin

Ervin – Variant spelling of English Erwin, meaning ‘boar friend.’ Compare with another form of Ervin.

Ervine – a beautiful friend.

Erving – a descendant of Eiramhon.

Ervins – green fresh water or beautiful friend.

Ervyn – a word which means someone who is a beautiful friend.

Erwin – Medieval English form of Anglo-Saxon Eoforwin, meaning ‘boar friend.’ Compare with another form of Erwin.

Erwinek – friend at sea.

Erwinn – fresh green water or a beautiful friend.

Erwyn – a word which in essence means a beautiful friend or green and fresh water.

Erwyna – a feminized word which has the meaning of a beautiful friend or fresh and green water.

Erwynn – in essence it means water that is green and fresh or a beautiful friend.

Eryk – Variant spelling of English Eric, meaning ‘ever-ruler.’

Esben – God of bears

Esclamor – an Arthurian word used in literature for someone who is attracted towards nature.

Esco – a person who is in deep love with the nature.

Esmond – The name Esmond is a boy’s name of English origin meaning ‘graceful protection’.

Esmund – Variant spelling of Middle English Esmond, meaning ‘gracious protector.’

Esota – a baby born at easter.

Espen – God of bears

Esrlson – a nobleman’s son.

Essery – a cart maker.

Essex – an ancient king from Shakespearen legend.

Estcott – someone who is from the east cottage.

Estmond – Variant spelling of Middle English Estmund, meaning ‘gracious protector.’

Estmund – Middle English form of Anglo-Saxon Eastmund, meaning ‘gracious protector.’

Eston – generally a surname meaning from east town.

Estorause – an Arthurian king.

Eternus – a word meaning to infinity or forever.

Etguino – a name which has the meaning of forever after or till infinity.

Etguinum – till eternity or forever or till the ending of time.

Ethan – Anglicized form of Hebrew Eythan, meaning ‘enduring, long-lived.’ In the bible, this is the name of several characters, including a grandson of Judah.

Ethanael – god has given me strength.

Ethaniel – this is an English language name used for someone whose strength has been given by god.

Ethann – a gift from an island or someone who is strong and sturdy.

Ethbin – popularized by Saint Ethbin an ancient religious figure.

Ethelard – a German mascuilinized word which means noble.

Ethelbert – The name Ethelbert is a boy’s name of English origin meaning ‘highborn, shining’.

Ethiopia – a name of a country.

Eton – Coming from a river settlement

Euan – Anglicized form of Scottish Gaelic Eoghan, meaning ‘born of yew.’

Eugene – Anglicized form of Irish Gaelic Eoghan, meaning ‘born of yew.’

Euseby – English name derived from Latin Eusebius, meaning ‘pious.’

Eustace – English form of French Eustache, meaning ‘fruitful.’

Evald – someone as battle ready as a boar.

Evan – Anglicized form of Welsh Iefan, meaning ‘God is gracious.’

Evans – Surname, God is good

Evelyn – English surname transferred to unisex forename use, derived from the Norman French personal name Aveline, meaning ‘little Eve.’ Compare with strictly feminine Evelyn.

Evening – the dusk or time of the day when the sun sets.

Ever – Strong like a boar

Ever – strong as a boar.

Everard – Brave boar, variant of Eberhard

Everard – The name Everard is a boy’s name of English origin meaning ‘hardy’.

Everest – the tallest mountain in the whole world.

Everet – English variation of Eberhard, origin meaning brave boar’, ‘brave as a wild boar’.

Everett – Brave boar, variant of Eberhard and Everard

Everett – English surname transferred to forename use, from a variant of Norman French Everard, meaning ‘strong as a boar.’

Everette – a person during ancient ages who was extremely brave like a wild boar.

Everhard – someone who is always hard and strong and sturdy.

Everitt – Variant spelling of English Everett, meaning ‘strong as a boar.’

Everley – From the boar”s meadow, from Ever”s meadow, surname, may evoke thoughts of the melodious Everly Brothers singing duo

Everly

Evert – describes someone who is as strong as a wild boar

Everten – a German word for a wild boar or someone as strong as a bear.

Everwyn – Boar friend

Evian

Evil – One who is not a good person, an evil one

Evolengi – A long-lived man

Evolengus – To have a long life

Evrad – He who is a brave boar

Evram – Variation of Avram, meaning the father of many nations

Evrard – A man who is strong as a boar

Ewain – Variant spelling of Middle English Ywain, meaning ‘well born.’

Ewan – Anglicized form of Scottish Gaelic Eoghan, meaning ‘born of yew.’

Ewane – Variant spelling of English Ewan, meaning ‘well born.’

Ewart – A guard who is rich

Ewball – An independent and confident individual

Eweheorde – Someone who keeps the sheep together in a flock.

Ewel – He somes form the spring of water

Ewell – A man who is from the water spring

Ewen – Variant spelling of English Ewan, meaning ‘born of yew.’

Exene – A self sufficient, responsible and reasonable being

Eyan – To feel the graciousness of God

Eylgar – A clever minded, analytical and original being

Ezechiall – He who is made stronger by God

Ezechiel – The God made him stronger

Ezekial – A name means ‘God strenghtens’

Ezekiel – Anglicized form of Hebrew Yechezqel, meaning ‘God will strengthen.’ In the bible, this is the name of a prophet, the author of the Book of Ezekiel. Also spelled Jehezekel.

Ezequiel – One made stronger by God

Ezri – He who enjoys helping people

English boy names starting with F

Fabian

Fabian – English form of Latin Fabianus, meaning ‘like Fabius.’

Fabion

Fable – Name means a story.

Facca – The sheep in the pasture.

Fadda – The flock of the sheep in the meadow.

Faegan

Faegan – A joyful person

Faer – Traveler

Faer – A man who loves to travel

Faerwald – Powerful traveler

Faerwald – A person who is mighty travelor

Fain – Joyful

Fain – He who is joyful

Faine – Good-natured.

Faine – One who has a good nature

Fairbanks – The name Fairbanks is a boy’s name of English origin meaning ‘bank along the pathway’.

Fairchild – The name Fairchild is a boy’s name of English origin meaning ‘fair-haired child’.

Fairfax – One with blonde hair

Fairlay – A meadow of bulls

Fairlee – A bull meadow

Fairleigh – One who is from the ram meadow

Fairlie – One who is from the bull’s pasture

Fairlight – A light that is shining bright

Fairly – One from the clearing where the ferns grow

Fairman – A good looking man

Fairouz – A white rose

Fajahat – One with good natured personality, charming and funny individual

Falca – A versatile, desirable and generous human being

Falcon – Surname relating to falconry.

Falcon – Falcon keeper

Falconer – A falcon keeper

Falconner – One who trains falcons

Falk – Surname meaning falcon

Falkner – One who hunts with falcons

Fallon – A supremem person

Falta – English name for Boys

Fan – Short from Francis, a famous bearer

Fane – Joyful, good-natured

Fane – The name Fane is a boy’s name of English origin meaning ‘happy, joyous’.

Fannvci – A rational and thoughtful natured individual, efficient

Fanucus – English name for Boys

Faolan – One who runs with the wolves

Faragars – An accepting, rational and refined individual

Faran – He who moves forward

Faren – Grey

Farewell – An english greeting, mening a beautiful well

Farin – An adventurous person

Faris – Iron strong

Faris – From the English meaning ‘Iron strong’, it is a derivative of the name ‘Ferris’.

Farl – He who is from the fern clearing

Farlay – A man who lives on the fern fields

Farleigh – He who comes from the bull’s pasture

Farley – From the bull”s meadow or the sheep”s meadow, surname

Farley – English habitational surname transferred to unisex forename use, composed of the Old English elements fearn ‘fern’ and leah ‘clearing, meadow,’ hence ‘fern meadow.’

Farlow – One who comes from the pasture of bulls

Farly – One who lives near a bull’s pasture

Farmer – Occupational name

Farnall – One who comes from the slope of ferns

Farnam – A Boy whose home is the fern meadow

Farnell – A person who came from the fern slope

Farnham – From the fern land or home, surname

Farnham – He who came from the field of ferns

Farnlea – A male from the fern fields

Farnlee – He is from the fern meadow

Farnleigh – He is from the fern fields

Farnley – From the fern meadow, surname

Farnley – A person who lives on the fern fields

Farnly – He is from the valley of ferns

Farnum – A Boy from the meadow of fern

Farold – A traveler of power

Faron – The name Faron is a boy’s name of French, English origin meaning ‘handsome servant’.

Farquhar – Scottish Anglicized form of Gaelic Fearchar, meaning ‘dear man.’

Farr – One who loves to travel

Farran

Farran – English surname transferred to forename use, from the French name Ferrand, meaning ‘ardent for peace.’

Farrar – The name Farrar is a boy’s name of English origin meaning ‘blacksmith, metalworker’.

Farrell – Irish surname transferred to forename use, from an Anglicized form of Gaelic O Fearghail ‘descendant of Fearghal,’ hence ‘man of valor.’

Farren – He who is of adventurous nature

Farrier – An iron grey person. A surname

Farrin – One who is close to the lands

Farris – Iron strong.

Farris – One with the strenght of the iron

Farrleigh – One who is from the sheep meadow

Farrley – A person from the sheep meadow

Farron – One who is a servant and handsome

Farrow – One who is like an iron. An English surname

Farrs – Son of Farr

Farrs – He who likes the travels

Farrun – An iron grey man

Farryn – An adventurous Boy

Fars – Son of Farr

Fars – A travelor’s son

Farson – Son of Farr

Farson – A male child of the travelor

Farun – From the fern fields

Faryn – A person who leads an adventurous life

Fat – A huge man, a fat man

Faulconer – One who trains falcons

Faulconner – He who trains falcons

Faulkener – He who is a falconer

Faulkner – The name Faulkner is a boy’s name of English origin meaning ‘falconer’.

Favian

Favien – A man who is brave

Favour – Faye, a pet form of Favour is of Old English origin meaning ‘fay, fairy’.

Fawcett – One who comes from the colourfull hills. Mostly used as a surname

Fawke – Altered form of medieval English Fulke, meaning ‘tribe.’

Fawkes – An english surname, meaning one who is like a falcon

Faxon – The name Faxon is a boy’s name of English origin meaning ‘hair’.

Fayne – A joyful Boy

Fealca – One who is in love with out doors and a nature lover, intelligent

Fealcna – An ancient english personel name.

Fearn – One who dwells among the ferns

Fearne – He who is among the ferns

Fearnhamm – He who comes from the fern field

Fearnhealh – He came from the slope of the ferns

Fearnleah – To come from the fern covered lands

Feather – One soft as a feather

Featherstone – A stone of feathers

Febian – One who is from the Fabius clan

February – A second month of the year

Feerouzah – Reference to Turquoise, a semi-precious stone of Turkish origin

Feilding – A topographical English name, meaning open lands

Felabeorbt – A brilliant young Boy

Felabeorht – A Boy who shines birlliantly

Felamaere – A renown and famous Boy

Felding – He who lives in the fields

Feldon – One whose estate has a lot of fields

Feldtun – He who comes from the fields

Feldun – A Boy from the fields

Feleogild – A name of one of the saints.

Felgild – A challenging, humble and unique person, dynamic person

Felician – A lucky and fortunate Boy

Felim – Anglicized form of Irish Gaelic Feidhlim, possibly meaning ‘ever good.’

Felis – Medieval English form of Latin Felix, meaning ‘happy’ or ‘lucky.’ Compare with another form of Felis.

Felix – Latin name meaning ‘happy’ or ‘lucky.’ In the bible, this is the name of a Roman procurator of Judea.

Fell – A Boy from the rough hill

Felman – A man who dwells near the crag

Felot – One who has a charming personality, a felt maker

Felten – A healthy and vigourous man. Used mainly as a surname in England

Feltin – One who si healthy

Felton – From the settlement in the field, surname

Felton – From a settlement near a pasture

Felyse – Medieval English form of Latin Felix, meaning ‘happy’ or ‘lucky.’

Fen – One who marshes

Fenil – Name of French Flower, Foam, Soap-nut Tree

Fenix – One who is like a Phoenix. Also means maple

Fenmore – A very dear love

Fenton – English surname transferred to forename use, composed of the Old English elements fenn ‘fen, marsh’ and tun ‘enclosure, settlement,’ hence ‘marsh settlement.’

Fenwick – One who lives near the dairy farm

Fenwicke – A person who lives on the dairy farm

Feolma – He comes from the meadow of the sheep

Feologild – A name of the medieval English Archbishop

Feolomaer – One who has seeking and exploring nature, justice

Feoluca – A name of a lake in the English country.

Feolugeld – One of the lakes in English land.

Feolumaer – The name of a lake in english harmony.

Ferd – Short form of English Ferdinand, meaning ‘ardent for peace.’

Ferdie – Pet form of English Ferdinand, meaning ‘ardent for peace.’

Ferdinand – Anglicized form of Irish Gaelic Fearghus, meaning ‘strong-man.’

Ferdy – Pet form of English Ferdinand, meaning ‘ardent for peace.’

Fergal – Anglicized form of Irish Gaelic Fearghal, meaning ‘man of valor.’

Fergie – Pet form of English Fergus, meaning ‘strong-man.’

Fergus – Irish and Scottish Anglicized form of Gaelic Fearghus, meaning ‘strong-man.’ In Irish mythology, this was the name an Ulster hero.

Fern – A green, shade loving plant. A fern.

Fernald – One from the fern lands

Fernall – He comes from the fern covered hillside

Fernham – To come from a meadow where fern grows

Fernlea – To be from the fern meadows

Fernlee – To have home in the fern meadows

Fernleigh – He can be found in the fern fields

Fernley – One who comes from the fern lads

Fernly – He is from the fern lands

Ferrant – A surname, means a grey haired one

Ferrin – A servant who is most handsome

Ferron – One who works with the iron

Fester – Low German pet form of Latin Silvester, meaning ‘from the forest.’

Festus – Roman Latin name derived from the word festus, meaning ‘festival.’ In the bible, this is the name of the successor of Felix, the procurator of Judea who refused to bow to the pressure of the Jews who wanted him to condemn St. Paul to death for preaching. He is also known by the name Porcius.

Fews – One who is a saddle-tree maker

Fey – One who is like a tree on the beach

Fidelity – To stay true and faithful

Fido – Latin name meaning ‘I trust.’ Once a popular name for dogs.

Field – A landscape. A man from the field

Fielder – The name Fielder is a boy’s name of English origin meaning ‘dweller in open country’.

Fielding – The name Fielding is a boy’s name of English origin.

Fien – A man of elegance

Fife – From Fife

Filander – Variant spelling of English Philander, meaning ‘with love for people.’

Filbert – English form of Latin Filbertus, meaning ‘very bright.’

Filbuk – Extremely intutive and witty

Fillin – Anglicized form of Irish Gaelic Faolan, meaning ‘little wolf.’

Fillmore – A highly famous personality

Filmarr – Extremely well-known, praiseful and law abiding person

Filmer – A person who is very popular

Filmore – The name Filmore is a boy’s name of English origin meaning ‘very famous’.

Finbar – Irish Anglicized form of Gaelic Fionnbarr, meaning ‘fair-headed.’

Finbarr – Variant spelling of English Finbar, meaning ‘fair-headed.’

Fincee – A pet form derived from the surname Finchley, meaning ‘clearing of finches’.

Finch – Breeder or seller of finches

Findlay – Variant spelling of English Finley, meaning ‘white champion.’

Finesse – The name Finesse is a boy’s name of English origin.

Fingal – Scottish Anglicized form of Gaelic Fionnghall, meaning ‘white valor.’

Fingall – Variant spelling of English Fingal, meaning ‘white valor.’

Fingra – Green pasture where cows like to stay and eat grass.

Finian – Variant spelling of English Finnian, meaning ‘little white one.’

Finis – The End, the final one

Finlay – Variant spelling of English Finley, meaning ‘white champion.’

Finley – Scottish Anglicized form of Gaelic Fionnlagh, meaning ‘white champion.’

Finn – Blond

Finnbar – Irish Anglicized form of Gaelic Fionnbarr, meaning ‘fair-headed.’

Finnegan – Irish surname transferred to forename use, from an Anglicized form of Gaelic O Fionnagain ‘descendant of Fionnagan,’ hence ‘tiny little white one.’

Finnian – Irish Anglicized form of Gaelic Finnen, meaning ‘little white one.’

Finnick – The name Finnick is a boy’s name of English, Anglo-Saxon origin.

Finnula – A fair-shouldered person

Finola – One with white shoulders

Fintan – Anglicized form of Irish Gaelic Fiontan, meaning ‘white fire.’

Fion – Fair or white (latinised version of fionn)

Fionnan – A fair descendant (derived from fionn)

Fionnbhar – A person who has fair hair

Firasah – A highly insightful and perceptive person

Firdows – The place of Eternal Paradise

Firenze – A blossoming flower, Italian name for the city Florence

Firman – Traveler, more common as a surname

Firman – Fair,White (in English), A mandate or edict (in Arabic), Firm (in Latin)

Firmin – An unyielding and firm person (derived from Latin Firmus meaning firm)

Firmino – A steadfast, unwavering and firm personality

Firouzah – Reference to Turquoise, a semi-precious stone of Turkish origin

Firoz – A victorious and blessed individual, also refers to turquoise, the precious gem

Firyal – A person’s name

Fischer – Fischer refers to a person who fishes.

Fisher – Literally means, ‘fisherman,’ lover of nature and wildlife.

Fisk – The name Fisk is a boy’s name of English origin meaning ‘fisherman’.

Fitela – Mythologically, both, the son, as well as the nephew of Sigemund, a Norse Hero

Fitz – Surname prefix meaning son of, sometimes a familiar form name for these Fitz- names

Fitzgerald – Son of a powerful ruler

Fitzhugh – The name Fitzhugh is a boy’s name of English origin meaning ‘son of intelligence’.

Fitzpatrick – Son of Patrick

Fitzroy – The name Fitzroy is a boy’s name of English origin meaning ‘son of the king’.

Fitzwilliam – The name Fitzwilliam is a boy’s name of English origin meaning ‘son of William’.

Flannery – Irish surname transferred to forename use, from an Anglicized form of Gaelic O Flannabhra ‘descendant of Flannabhra,’ hence ‘red eyebrows.’

Flash – The name Flash is a boy’s name of English origin.

Fleet – The name Fleet is a boy’s name of English origin.

Fleetwood – The name Fleetwood is a boy’s name of English origin meaning ‘woods with a stream’.

Fleming – The name Fleming is a boy’s name of English origin meaning ‘man from Flanders’.

Flemming – From Flanders in Normandy

Fletch – One who feathers arrows

Fletcher – Profession name, arrow maker

Fletcher – English occupational surname transferred to forename use, from Old French flechier (from Germanic fleche ‘arrow’), meaning ‘maker of arrows.’

Flint – Place-name and surname. Flint stone produces a spark of fire when struck by steel.

Flint – English name derived from the Old English/Low German word, flint, meaning ‘stone splinter,’ originally used as a byname for someone ‘hard and tough as flint.’ Compare with another form of Flint.

Floemus – As per Arthurian legend, steward to the King of Orkeney

Floor – Soon to blossom, derived from Latin word florere

Florence – Compare with feminine Florence. Anglicized form of Irish Gaelic Flaithri, meaning ‘prince-king.’

Florentijn – A Dutch form to represent ‘flowering’, understanding

Florenz – The word is French for ‘a flower or blossom’

Florry – Anglicized form of Irish Gaelic Flaithri, meaning ‘prince-king.’ Compare with feminine Florry.

Flower – As the name suggests, it represents ‘a bloom, blossom or flower’

Floyd – Gray

Floyd – It means something gray-colored or gray-haired

Flurry – English unisex name derived from the vocabulary word meaning ‘snow squall.’

Flynn – Irish surname transferred to forename use, from an Anglicized form of Gaelic O Floinn, meaning ‘descendant of Flann,’ hence ‘red, ruddy.’

Flynt – A version of the name ‘Flint’, it refers to a hard rock, Also means a river stream

Fobb – A flexible and energetic person

Fobba – Female version of Fobb, deep and sensitive

Focca – A field where grass are grown to be made into hay.

Folca – Has great nature, a good looking person, folk

Foley – Irish surname transferred to forename use, derived from an Anglicized form of Gaelic O Foghladha ‘descendant of Foghlaidh,’ hence ‘pirate, plunderer.’

Folker – A name referring to the guardian of people or tribe of people

Folsom – A homeland, often a variant of Foulsham, a habitative name

Fon – A noble and ready individual, patient

Fonz – Short form of English Alfonzo, meaning ‘noble and ready.’

Fonzie – Pet form of English Alfonzo, meaning ‘noble and ready.’

Ford – English surname transferred to forename use, from the Old English word ford, meaning ‘ford, river crossing.’

Fordon – To destroy

Foreman – It is used to mean a leader and ‘front-man’ of a team

Forest

Forest – Variant spelling of English Forrest, meaning ‘lives in or by an enclosed wood.’

Forever

Forrest – English surname transferred to forename use, meaning ‘lives in or by an enclosed wood.’

Forrester – Keeps the forest

Forrester – An alternate of the word ‘Forester’, it means he keeper of the woods or forest

Forster – The name Forster is a boy’s name of English origin meaning ‘scissors maker’.

Forthred – A name given to the Counsel

Fortitude – The name Fortitude is a boy’s name of English origin.

Fortune – Taking it’s meaning literally from the name, Fortune means ‘fortune’, ‘wealth’ and ‘luck’. It is a name that is rarely given.

Forwin – Bulky food like grass or hay.

Foster – English occupational surname transferred to forename use, which could have derived from any of the following: 1) Middle English foster, meaning ‘foster-parent,’ 2) forster, meaning ‘forester,’ 3) forster, meaning ‘shearer,’ or 4) fuyster, meaning ‘saddle-tree maker.’

Fowke – Variant form of English Fulke, meaning ‘people, tribe.’

Fox – Nature name

Fox – A fox is a clever, sleek animal in the dog family. The name Fox is a popular surname but is occasionally used as a boy’s first name.

Fraeta – An effective and affectionate person

Fraine – Someone who is a stranger or foreigner

Fraley – Refers to a friar, i.e. a person belonging to a particular (religious) community or cult

Frameca – A tender, agreeable and adorable being

Framela – An excited, lonesome and able being

France – Short form of English Francis, meaning ‘French.’

Francis – English name derived from Latin Franciscus, meaning ‘French.’ This name is sometimes mistakenly given to girls instead of the identically pronounced feminine form, Frances.

Francisco – Variant of Francis, the name means coming from France.

Frank – Free man, a nickname for Francis or Franklin but not uncommon as an independent name

Frank – English name originally derived from the name of a Germanic tribe called the Franks, meaning ‘French.’ It is also used as a short form of Franklin ‘freeman’ and Francis ‘French.’

Frankie – Diminutive of Frank Free, a free man. Frankie is occasionally used for girls.

Frankie – Unisex pet form of English Frances and Francis, both meaning ‘French.’

Franklin – Free man, landholder

Franklin – English surname transferred to forename use, from the Middle English word frankeleyn, meaning ‘freeman.’

Franklyn – Variant spelling of English Franklin, meaning ‘freeman.’

Franky – Diminutive of Frank Free, a free man. Frankie is occasionally used for girls.

Frans – French

Franse – French

Fraricus – Latinised form of British name ‘Frederick’ which means a rich and mighty ruler

Fraser – French surname transferred to forename use, of Norman origin, but the derivation has been lost due to corruption of form by association with the French word fraise, meaning ‘strawberry.’ In English and Scottish use.

Frasier – curly-haired

Frayn – A person who is a foreigner

Frayne – Refers to a stranger or unknown person

Frazer – English variant spelling of French Fraser, meaning ‘strawberry.’

Frazier – Variant spelling of English Frazer, meaning ‘strawberry.’

Frean – A foreigner or stranger, Variant of the name ‘Frayne’

Freawine – Son of Frithugar, in the Anglo-Saxon Chronicle

Freca – A person who is bold and daring

Fred – Short form of English Frederick, meaning ‘peaceful ruler.’

Freddie – Unisex pet form of English Frederick and Latin Frederica, both meaning ‘peaceful ruler.’

Freddy – Pet form of English Frederick, meaning ‘peaceful ruler.’

Frederick – English form of French Frederic, meaning ‘peaceful ruler.’

Fredric – Variant spelling of English Frederick, meaning ‘peaceful ruler.’

Fredrick – Variant spelling of English Frederick, meaning ‘peaceful ruler.’

Fredrik – Variant spelling of English Frederick, meaning ‘peaceful ruler.’ Compare with another form of Fredrik.

Free – As the name suggests, it refers to a free and unbound individual

Freeborn – As the name translates, it means a person who is born with freedom

Freedman – A servant who has been freed

Freeman – As the name translates, it refers to a person who is free and unrestricted

Freemon – Referring to a ‘free man’

Freen – Meaning a stranger or foreigner, Alternate of ‘Frayne’

Freothul – One who is always in search of opportunities

Freothulaf – A logical and analytical being

Freowine – Noble friend

Freowine – Refers to a honest mate or buddy.

Frewen – Honest mate or upright friend.

Frewyn – Noble friend

Frewyn – True friend or upright buddy.

Freydolf – Lothario or Casanova who lives peacefully among the community.

Freydulf – Romeo who lives happily among the people.

Fricker – Derived from Middle English word frik(i)en, which means to move briskly or nimbly.

Fridayweed – The fury or rage on Friday

Fridolph – Peaceful wolf

Fridulf – Romeo of harmony.

Friduwulf – Peaceful wolf

Friduwulf – Lothario of peace.

Fridwolf – Peaceful wolf

Fridwolf – Womanizer who lives happily in the society.

Friend – A companion or a mate

Frigedag – Means Friday or Frige’s day.

Frika – The one who is daring and brave.

Frioc – From the field of the sheep or bulls.

Frith – Refers to freedom from slavery.

Frithona – God has been provided.

Frithowulf – Seducer who lives peacefully among the society.

Frithu – A talented and fearless person

Frithugeorn – Hard working person who likes to travel

Frithulaf – A peaceful lover and friend

Frodo – The person who is intelligent in his mind.

Frolle – A logical, light hearted person, orderly

Frost – The person who is having pale color or dull color beard.

Fugeltun – Form the park land of the people.

Fui – A generous and helpful person

Fulaton – Farm house of the multitude.

Fulbright – The one who is an outstanding person or extraordinary man.

Fulca – One who is concentrated and patient being

Fulk – Modern form of Medieval English Fulke, meaning ‘people, tribe.’

Fulke – Medieval English form of Old Norse Folki, meaning ‘people, tribe.’

Fuller – The one who stitches clothes.

Fullere – Any material used to thicken.

Fullerton – Settlement of bird catchers

Fullofaudes – An alert and dependable individual, loyal

Fulton – The name Fulton is a boy’s name of English origin meaning ‘fields of the village’.

Furnald – The mountain covered by leaves.

Fygla – A locational name for enclosure

Fylmer – Refers to well known person or celebrity.

Fytch – The expensive white fur of ermine.

English boy names starting with G

Gaarwine – A close mate with a spear.

Gabba – The whirling water

Gabby – Pet form of English Gabriel, meaning ‘man of God’ or ‘warrior of God.’

Gabe – Pet form of English Gabriel, meaning ‘man of God’ or ‘warrior of God.’

Gable – English surname transferred to forename use, possibly originally a habitational name derived from a place named from Old Norse gafl, meaning ‘gable,’ a term used to denote a ‘triangular-shaped hill.’

Gabriel – Anglicized form of Greek Gabriel (Hebrew Gabriyel), meaning ‘man of God’ or ‘warrior of God.’ This is the name of one of the seven archangels of religious lore. In the bible, he is known as the messenger angel, he is one of the two highest-ranking angels, and apart from Michael is the only other angel given a name in the Old Testament where he is first mentioned in the Book of Daniel. He is the angel who announced the births of John the Baptist and Jesus. He is said to watch over Iran (Persia), and in Ezekiel’s vision of the cherubim (the four sacred animals), the face of the eagle corresponds to him. In ancient astrology, he corresponds to the sign of Taurus and rules over the moon.

Gad – Means ‘fortune, luck’ in Hebrew. In the Old Testament, Gad is the first son of Jacob by Leah’s slave-girl Zilpah, and the ancestor of one of the twelve tribes of the Israelites. His name is explained in Genesis 30:11. Another Gad in the Old Testament is a prophet of King David

Gadd – Refers to thorns or point.

Gaddiel – Anglicized form of Hebrew Gaddiyel, meaning ‘God is my fortune.’ In the bible, this is the name of one of the twelve scouts sent by Moses to explore the Promised Land.

Gadge – God is my strength, God’s Able Bodied One.

Gadiel – Variant spelling of English Gaddiel, meaning ‘God is my fortune.’

Gaena – One who loves nature and out door

Gaenbald – A person who is a reserved and respected person

Gaenbeald – One who is versatile and religious person

Gaenburh – An alluring, noble and high spirited

Gaera – A person who is respectable and noble

Gaerwulf – One who is easy going and helpful by nature

Gaete – A refined and attractive individual, tactful

Gafa – An understanding and involved person

Gage – English occupational surname transferred to forename use, from the Middle English word gage (‘pledge, surety’ against money lent), hence ‘moneylender.’

Gaheres – A sensitive, mature and loyal person

Gaheriet – An inspiring and affectionate person

Gaidon – One who appreciates life and beauty

Gaige – Variant spelling English Gage, meaning ‘moneylender.’

Gaihom – A sensitive, refined and practical person

Gail – Variant spelling of English Gale, meaning ‘calm, tranquil.’

Gaillard – Person who is bliss and strong.

Gailyn – Refers to a visitor or guest.

Gaines – Ingenious or clever man

Gair – Variant spelling of English Gare, meaning ‘spear.’

Galahad – English Arthurian legend name of a Knight of the Round Table, known as ‘the Knight Valiant.’ He was the illegitimate son of Lancelot and Elaine of Carbonek, renowned for his gallantry and purity, as well as being one of the three achievers of the Holy Grail. The name was invented by the author of La Queste del Saint Graal and was probably derived from Gilead, the Anglicized form of Hebrew Gilad, meaning ‘hard, stony region.’

Gale – Lively, now rarely given as a name for boys

Gale – English unisex name derived from the vocabulary word gale, meaning ‘sea storm.’ Compare with strictly feminine Gale.

Galefridus – A spontaneous and detail loving person

Galen – Calm

Galen – English name derived from Roman Galenus, meaning ‘calm, seas.’ Compare with another form of Galen.

Galeun – From the town on the high ground

Galeun – The city which is situated on a high place.

Galilee – Anglicized form of Hebrew Galiyl, meaning ‘rolling, turning’ or ‘circuit, region, ring.’ In the bible, this is the name of a circuit or ring (Galilee) of the Gentiles. Not used as a personal name.

Galilhai – A person who is unique and passive

Gallagher – Irish surname transferred to forename use, from an Anglicized form of Gaelic O Gallchobhair ‘descendant of Gallchobhar,’ hence ‘foreign help.’

Gallant – A name for high spirited and cheerful person

Gallcun – A creative, passionate and patient being

Galleron – A person who is extremely generous and passive

Gallifrey – Refers to fantastic or unreal.

Gallton – Proprietor of an parkland.

Gallun – Systematic and passive individual

Galofort – A detailed and metriculous person

Galogrinans – An interesting and analytical person

Galt – The land full of timber.

Galton – Steep, wooded land

Galton – The name Galton is a boy’s name of English origin meaning ‘a rented estate’.

Galusie – Passive and easy going person

Gamaliel – Anglicized form of Hebrew Gamliyel, meaning ‘God is my reward.’

Gamliel – Anglicized form of Hebrew Gamliyel, meaning ‘God is my reward.’

Gann – One who protects with a spear.

Ganulf – A person who has scientific and patient mind

Garaden – Comes from the mountain which reflects as a triangle in shape.

Garadin – Refers to a fountain which has three points.

Garadun – A mountain which has three corners.

Garadyn – A hill which has 3 angles.

Garafeld – A meadow which resembles as a shape of triangle.

Garald – Army ruler

Garatun – The person who lives in a triangle shaped farmhouse.

Garaut – One of a great surnames.

Garbeorht – One who is self expressive and loyal

Garc – One who is born with original ideas

Gard – The person who works in a garden.

Gardener – Refers to a person who is a worker in garden.

Gardie – A person who guides towards the garden.

Gardner – One who is a care-taker of a garden

Gare – Short form of English Gary, meaning ‘spear.’

Gared – Variant of Garret from Gerald rules by the spear.

Gared – A person who is very powerful in handling a spear.

Garek – A person who leads the nation with a spear.

Garet – Brave with a spear

Gareth – Welsh name, perhaps derived from Celtic Gahareet, meaning ‘old.’ In Arthurian legend, this is the name of a Knight of the Round Table, the son of Lot and Morgause, therefore Arthur’s nephew. A very popular name in Wales. In use by the English.

Garett – Variant of Gerald rules by the spear.

Garey – Variant spelling of English Gary, meaning ‘spear.’

Garfield – From the spear field, surname

Garfield – English surname transferred to forename use, composed of the Old English elements gara ‘triangular’ (a derivative of gar ‘spear’) and feld ‘open country,’ hence ‘lives by a triangular field.’

Garhault – A logical, able and over sensitive person

Gari – Spear

Garick – Refers to an oak timber.

Gariland – A person comes from the land of spear.

Garland – English surname transferred to forename use, composed of the Old English elements gara ‘triangular’ (a derivative of gar ‘spear’) and land ‘estate, cultivated land,’ hence ‘from the triangular estate.’ Compare with another form of Garland.

Garlon – A winning crown that places on the head of a victor.

Garman – Spearman

Garmann – A person who is very talented in handling the spear.

Garmond – The one who defends with a spear.

Garmund – A person who shelters others with a spear.

Garner

Garner – One who is the keeper of grain

Garnet – Armed with a spear

Garnet – English surname transferred to unisex forename use, meaning ‘garnet (the gem),’ derived from a Middle English altered form of Old French (pome) grenate, ‘fruit full of seeds,’ the same source from which came the name of the precious stone.

Garnett – Masculine variant spelling of English unisex Garnet, meaning ‘garnet (the gem).’

Garnier – Gloomy red color priceless gem stone.

Garr – Refers to junior Gar or son of Gar.

Garrad – Variant of Garret from Gerald rules by the spear.

Garrard – Brave with a spear

Garrard – The person who is bold and strong as javelin or spear.

Garraway – Person who engages in battle by holding a spear in his hands.

Garred – The one who commands others with his spear.

Garret – Variant of Gerald rules by the spear.

Garret – Variant spelling of English Garrett, meaning ‘spear ruler.’

Garrett – Variant of Gerald rules by the spear.

Garrett – Irish surname transferred to forename use, from an Anglicized form of Gaelic Georoid, meaning ‘spear ruler.’

Garrey – Spear.

Garrick – Rules by the spear

Garrick – English topographic surname transferred to forename use, from the American spelling of the French surname Garrigue, from Old Provencal garrique, meaning ‘grove of holm oaks.’ Compare with another form of Garrick.

Garridan – You hid

Garrie – One of the weapons used in the battle field , spear.

Garrison – Spear-fortified town

Garrison – Spear Fortified Town, Old English – Son of Garret, Son of Gary, From Garriston, A variant of name Garret

Garritt – Variant of Gerald name, (who commands the people with the power of the spear)

Garroway – The person who is fighting with a javelin only.

Garrson – Son of Gar

Garrson – Junior Gar or son of Gar (Spearman)

Garrwood – The forest or woodland which is full of green trees and bushes.

Garry – Spear.

Garry – From the surname ‘Garriston’ meaning ‘Son of Garret ‘ or ‘son of Gary’. The name contains the germanic element ‘gar’ meaning ‘spear’.

Garryck – The one who is ruling the domain by the power of spear.

Garrytt – One who has the power of a spear

Garson – Son of Gar

Garsone – Son of Gar

Garsone – One who was born to Gar, the man of spear.

Garth

Garth – English surname transferred to forename use, from Old Norse gar?r (‘enclosure’), denoting someone who ‘lives beside an enclosure.’ Compare with another form of Garth.

Garton – From the wedge-shaped or three-cornered town or settlement, a surname and probable variant of Gordon

Garton – Triangle shaped landmark or place.

Gartrett – One who rules by the spear, attractive

Garu – One who is powerful like a spear

Garvan – Anglicized form of Irish Gaelic Garbhan, meaning ‘little rough one.’

Garwen – The one who is excellent in handling spear.

Garwig – The one who leads the battle with spear.

Garwin – One who likes spear a lot.

Garwood – From the fir forest, surname

Garwood – Refers to the person who comes from evergreen woodland.

Garwyn – The one who keeps the spear always near him.

Garwynn – Person who holds the spear very close to him.

Gary – English surname transferred to forename use, originally a short form of Germanic names containing the element gar, meaning ‘spear.’

Garyson – Junior Gary or the son of Gary (spear)

Gates – Refers to hurdles or barricades.

Gatlin – Old English gaedeling which means Companion or Kinsman

Gatsby – A left-handed person, or a person from Gat

Gauge – A person who measures

Gaukroger – Great and at the same time awkward.

Gauwyn – Variant of Gawain (white hawk).

Gaven – This Scottish name means white hawk. It has a similar sound to the popular name Owen but it’s more unique.

Gawain – Middle English name probably derived from Welsh Gwalchgwyn ‘white hawk’ or Gwalchmei ‘May hawk.’ In Arthurian legend, this is the name of a Knight of the Round Table. He was the eldest son of Morgause and King Lot of Orkney, cousin to Sir Ywain, and nephew to Arthur. He was brother to Agravain, Gaheris, Gareth, and Mordred, the father of Florence, Gingalain, and Lovell. He is noted for his fierce loyalty to his king, for being a defender of the poor, and for being a ladies’ man. He is also called Gwalltafwyn, meaning ‘hair like rain.’

Gawen – Battle hawk

Gawyn – Bird hawk that is used in the battle field.

Gay – Short form of English names beginning with Gay-, such as Gabriel ‘man of God’ or ‘warrior of God,’ and Gaylord, meaning ‘dandy.’ Compare with feminine Gay.

Gayelord – Variant spelling of English Gaylord, meaning ‘dandy.’

Gayle – Cheerful, jovial

Gaylon – Variant spelling of English Galen, meaning ‘calm, tranquil.’

Gaylord – English surname transferred to forename use, from a respelling of the Old French byname Gaillard, meaning ‘dandy.’

Gaynes – Becoming a wealthiest person or who is getting more money.

Gaynor – Irish Anglicized form of Gaelic Fionnbarr, meaning ‘fair-headed.’ Compare with feminine Gaynor.

Gearalt – Anglicized form of Irish Gaelic Gearoid, ‘spear ruler.’

Gearard – One who is mighty as spear.

Gearey – One who is unpredictable or unstable.

Gearie – English – Changeable, A variant of the name Geary

Geary – Someone who is willing to make concessions.

Geatela – An expressive and happy individual

Gebmund – The protection of the God of earth

Ged – Pet form of English Gerard, meaning ‘spear strong.’

Gedalia – Variant spelling of English Gedaliah, meaning ‘God is great.’

Gedaliah – Anglicized form of Hebrew Gedalyah, meaning ‘God is great.’ In the bible, this is the name of many characters, including the governor of Judah appointed by Nebuchadnezzar.

Gede – One of the weapons, sword, mere, puddle.

Geerardt – A hard or a bold spear

Geffrey – Contracted form of English Geoffrey, possibly meaning ‘God’s peace.’

Geffron – One who is spiritually calm and has great power.

Gehard – The person who is fluent in spear throw.

Gehry – The name Gehry is a boy’s name of English, Irish origin meaning ‘spear or fickle’.

Geldart – An occupational name for the tends of ox an horses

Geldfrith – A tender of peace and safety

Geldhere – The descendant of a wealthy person

Geldwine – The friend of a wealthy person

Gemail – One who is efficient and has thoughtful nature

Gemariah – Anglicized form of Hebrew Gemaryah, meaning ‘God has accomplished.’ In the bible, this is the name of the son of Hilkiah who bore Jeremiah’s letter to the captive Jews.

Gemini – From Latin geminus meaning ‘twin.’ In Astrology, it is a zodiac sign. In Astronomy, it is the name of a constellation. In Roman mythology, Castor and Pollux are the Gemini twins, the sons of Leda, brothers to Helen of Troy and Clytemnestra. In Greek they are called the Dioskouroi.

Gendoc – A direct, original and excited person

Gene

Gene – Short form of English Eugene, meaning ‘well born.’

General – The important person, high ranked

Genesis

Gentry – Gentry means on the top of the social scale, high-class.

Geoff – Short form of English Geoffrey, possibly meaning ‘God’s peace.’

Geoffrey – English form of French Geoffroi, possibly meaning ‘God’s peace.’

Geoffry – A concord of God.

Geogia – A farmer one who plough the land

Geol – The one who was born during the Christmas season.

Geor – Pet form of George that means a farmer

Geord – Short form of Geordie (cultivator)

Geordie – Byname for a person from the Tyneside region of England, derived from an Old English diminutive form of George, meaning ‘earth-worker, farmer.’

George

George – English form of French Georges, meaning ‘earth-worker, farmer.’

Georgie – Unisex pet form of English George and Georgia, meaning ‘earth-worker, farmer.’

Gera – Possibly means ‘a grain’ in Hebrew. This was the name of several members of the tribe of Benjamin in the Old Testament

Gerald

Gerald – The name Gerald is a boy’s name of English origin meaning ‘ruler with the spear’.

Gerard – The name Gerard is a boy’s name of English origin meaning ‘spear strength’.

German – A person who hails from Germany, a language

Gernebern – One who lives in a castle

Gerome – A form of Jerome

Gerrald – Form of Gerald rules by the spear.

Gerrard – Variant spelling of English Gerard, meaning ‘spear strong.’

Gerred – Variant of Garret from Gerald rules by the spear.

Gerred – The person who leading with spear.

Gerrell – Form of Gerald rules by the spear.

Gerret – One who has mighty power as spear.

Gerry – Unisex pet form of English Gerald and Geraldine, meaning ‘spear ruler.’ Also used as a pet form of other names beginning with Ger-, meaning ‘spear.’

Gershom – Anglicized form of Hebrew Gereshom, meaning ‘exile, expulsion.’ In the bible, this is the name of several characters, including a son of Moses.

Gershon – Anglicized form of Hebrew Gereshown, meaning ‘exile, expulsion.’ In the bible, this is the name of the first son of Levi.

Gertrudes – A mighty person with spear

Gervase – Middle English form of Norman French Gervaise, meaning ‘spear servant.’

Getla – One who belongs to the town of dark people

Gewargis – A form of George. It means farmer.

Gheraid – An ethical and good natured individual

Gherardo – English name meaning spear head

Ghiath – An individual who is aggresive and cares for personal gain

Gib – Gib is male name and means Servant of St.Bridget. It is a Scottish, German, English name that originates from an old German name Gil that means Bright Pledge.

Gibbesone – A male English name that means Son of Gilbert.

Gibbons – English name meaning spear head

Gibbs – Gibbs means Servant of St.Bridges. It is a male name of English, Irish and German origin. Gibbs is more used as a surname.

Gibby – Gibby is a male name and means Son of Gilbert. It is of English and Irish origin.

Gibson – Gilbert”s son, surname

Gibson – The name Gibson means Son of Gilbert. It is commonly used as a surname, rarely a given name. It is a male name of English origin.

Giby – Giby is a male name of English and German origin and is a deminutive of the name Gilbert.

Gicsa – Gicsa is a male name. It is of English origin and is used as a nickname of Gib, which means Servant of St.Bridges.

Gid – Short form of English Gideon, meaning ‘cutter down, hewer,’ i.e. ‘mighty warrior.’

Gideon – Anglicized form of Hebrew Gidown, meaning ‘cutter down, hewer,’ i.e. ‘mighty warrior.’ In the bible, this is the name of the warrior who defeated the Midianites.

Gifard – Variant spelling of English Giffard, meaning ‘chubby-cheeked.’

Giffard – The name Giffars means Puffy Cheeks, Brave Giver. It is a male name of English and German origin.

Gifflet – Gifflet is a male English name that is mentioned in old legends. According to one Arthurian legend Gifflet throws the Excalibur sword into the lake after King Arthur’s death.

Gifford – Brave

Gifford – Gifford is a male name. In English the name means Gift of Bravery, in French it is Chubby Cheeks and in Teutonic the name means Brave.

Gifuhard – The meaning of the name Gifuhard is Gift of Bravery. It is an English male name.

Giga – Giga is a male English, Georgian name. It originates from the Greek word for Giant.

Gil – Short form of English Gilbert, meaning ‘pledge-bright’ and other names beginning with Gil-. Compare with other forms of Gil.

Gilbert

Gilbert – English form of Old French Gilebert, meaning ‘pledge-bright.’

Gilead – Anglicized form of Hebrew Gilad, meaning ‘hard, stony region.’ In the bible, this is the name of region east of the Jordan River. It is also the name of several characters, including a grandson of Manasseh.

Giles – English form of French Gilles, meaning ‘shield of goatskin.’ This was the name of an 8th century saint of cripples.

Gilford – English surname transferred to forename use, derived from a variant of the surname Guilford, composed of Old English gylde ‘golden’ and ford ‘ford,’ hence ‘golden river crossing.’

Gill – Variant spelling of English Gil, meaning ‘pledge-bright.’

Gillam – A variant of William, is generous

Gillespie – Scottish Anglicized form of Gaelic Gilleasbaig, meaning ‘bishop’s servant.’

Gilloman – Gilloman is a male English name. Gilloman is a very rare name and originates from French and Gaelic name and means Young Man, The One full of Youth.

Gillson – Gillson is an English male name and means a Son of Gilbert, Son of the Bright Pledge.

Gilmar – The name Gilmar is a male English name. Gilmar means Famous Hostage.

Gilpin – Gilpin is a male English name and means Trusted, The One who can be Trusted.

Gilroy – Irish surname transferred to forename use, from an Anglicized form of Gaelic Mac Giolla Ruaidh, ‘son of the Ruadh,’ hence ‘red.’

Gim – Gim means Pricous Stone, Gem in Old English

Gimer – The name Gimer means Famous in Battle.

Gingalin – The name Gingalin has roots in Arthurian legends and means The Fair Unknown.

Gip – The name Gip means The Bright Pledge.

Giselbert – The meaning of the name is Trusted

Giselmaere – The meaning of the name is Famous Hostage.

Gistlerth – A restless and dynamic individual

Gistrerth – An over sensitive and friendly natured

Gladwin – English surname transferred to forename use, derived from Middle English Gladwyn, meaning ‘bright friend.’

Gladwinn – The meaning of the name is A Joyful Friend.

Gladwyn – Middle English form of Anglo-Saxon Gl?dwine, meaning ‘bright friend.’

Gladwynne – The name Gladwynne means a Friend who is Happy

Glanville – Old English surname transferred to forename use, meaning ‘clean field, clear open country.’

Gleawfrith – A confident and self assured individual

Glein – Glein means From the Valley

Glen – Scottish name derived from the word gleann, meaning ‘valley.’

Glendakay – A charismatic and friendly person

Glenden – Glenden means From the Dark Glen, From the Dark Valley

Glendin – The name Glendin means From the Dark Valley

Glendon – Glendon name means From the Dark Glen

Glendower – Anglicized form of Welsh Glyndwr, meaning ‘valley water.’

Glenn – Variant spelling of Scottish Glen, meaning ‘valley.’

Glenton – The name Glenton means The Man from the Valley

Glenwood – Glenwood is a male name and means Wood in the Valley

Gloier – A spontaneous and easy going person

Glover – The name Glover means A maker od a Seller of Gloves. Mostly used as a surname

Glywys – The name Glywys means The King from the Valley

Godbert – Godbert is an unusuall surname of old ages. It means bright god.

Goddard – The name is composition of two word. God which is used here to be meant as good and hard which meand strong and brave. As a whole Goddard means a good or greate brave person.

Godefrid – a person who loves to be in peace, a peace of god

Godefryd – a person who loves to be in peace, a peace of god

Godelive – A person who is God’s beloved.

Godewinus – The one with high ambitions, dynamic nature, generous and clever mind.

Godewyn – Old English – Friend of God, Good Friend, A variant of Godwin

Godfred – The one who will live in peace and give peace to others, who will love and give love to all others.

Godfrey – Peace of God

Godfrey – The one who will live in peace and give peace to others, who will love and give love to all others.

Godfry – It is the derived from German name Godfrid. The one who will live in peace and give peace to others, who will love and give love to all others.

Godhelm – Protection of God, Saved by the God, In care or guarianship of God, Guard from dangers and harms by God

Godhere – Army of God, Someone who will be on righteous path from God and will save and protect others

Godhold – Brave, Courageous, Ready to face the dangers and unpleasent conditions, Warrier

Godid – To whome one can share the memories and good or bad experiences. He will protect the secrets.

Godin – Good Protector, The one who will save and protect others with strong and courageous powers. Protector for all others.

Goding – the descendant of Goda, The person who lives with and after us, Who will help everyone, keep happy everyone

Godmaer – Good Water, One will be with good heart and good spoken who can raise in the public and can raise his voice.

Godman – To Shine, One who has the quality of forgiveness, to shine and to guide others. Who can create a better world for others.

Godmann – Good Man, It is the new version of GuA°mund. The one with good qualities and abilities.

Godmund – Protection, To one who will protect the family, nation or public. Who is ready to sacrifice for the nation.

Godred – God’s Peace. The one who will live in peace and give peace to others, who will love and give love to all others.

Godric – Power of god, God-ruler

Godric – Power of God, A physical aspect of war. Powerful, Strengthful. Having strong power.

Godsalm – Friendly, The one who loves to do friendship and warmly welcome all the good things in life.

Goduine – These are lively, expressive and having great verbal habits. They will keep the other ones happy with light chit chat.

Godun – The one who has hidden qualities of knowledge and wisdom. Owing a research and analytical mind.

Godvynus – The one who loves to live independent and adventerous life. who can lead and direct everyone to do. The one who will not give away.

Godwald – The one who inspire others with the verbal and imaginative skills.

Godwin – The one who wants to live with other loved one in a community with peace and love.

Godwine – God”s friend

Godwine – Friend of God, The one with good dees and qualities. Who will always be ready to help and lead others.

Godwinn – Friend of God, The one with good deeds and qualities. Who will always be ready to help and lead others.

Godwulf – People with this name will be talented and understandable. These persons will be the phhilosopher, scholoars or teachers.

Godwyn – The one who wants to live with other loved one in a community with peace and love.

Godwyna – People with this name will be talented and understandable. These persons will be the phhilosopher, scholoars or teachers.

Goeffrey – Peaceful, The one who will live in peace and give peace to others, who will love and give love to all others.

Goeuuin – Friend of God, The one with good dees and qualities. Who will always be ready to help and lead others.

Goffredo – God’s Peace, The one who will live in peace and give peace to others, who will love and give love to all others.

Gog – Anglicized form of Hebrew Gowg, meaning ‘mountain.’ In the bible, this is the name of a son of Shemaiah and the name of the prophetic prince of the land of Magog. In British legend, God and Magog are the names of two giant guardians of London. Geoffrey of Monmouth states that Gogmagog was one giant who was slain by the Cornish hero Corin.

Gold – Precious Metal, The one who is precious for the family and friends.

Golda – Old English name meaning ‘gold.’ Compare with feminine Golda.

Golden – Golden means shinny. A person who will shine his whole lifelike a precious stone. Literlay its meaning is blond.

Goldewin – Goldewin means companion of gold, that means a person with high level and valuable knowledge.

Goldewyn – Goldewin means companion of gold, that means a person with high level and valuable knowledge.

Goldin – Goldiin means a little piece of gold. Small but very valuable and precious.

Goldina – Goldiin means a little piece of gold. Small but very valuable and precious.

Goldine – Goldiin means a little piece of gold. Small but very valuable and precious.

Golding – Goldiin means a little piece of gold. Small but very valuable and precious.

Goldwin – Companion of God, The one with good deeds and qualities. Who will always be ready to help and lead others.

Goldwine – Companion of God, The one with good deeds and qualities. Who will always be ready to help and lead others.

Goldwinn – Companion of God, The one with good deeds and qualities. Who will always be ready to help and lead others.

Goldwyn – Golden Friend, The one who loves to do friendship and warmly welcome all the good things in life.

Goldwynn – Golden Friend, The one who loves to do friendship and warmly welcome all the good things in life.

Goliath – Anglicized form of Hebrew Golyath, meaning ‘exile.’ In the bible, this is the name of a Philistine giant slain by David. A shard of pottery unearthed by archaeologists digging at Tell es-Safi, bears two Proto-Semitic names (alwt and wlt) which are etymologically similar to Hebrew Galyat/Golyat/Golyath. The shard dates to around 950 BC, very close to the time when the bible says Goliath lived.

Gomer – English surname transferred to forename use, from a contracted form of Anglo-Saxon Godm?r, meaning ‘good fame.’ Compare with another form of Gomer.

Goode – Kind person

Goodife – One who has a happy life and leading life happily

Goodluck – One who has a good luck, a lucky person

Goodwin – Good friend or friend of God

Goodwin – English surname transferred to forename use, derived from Old English Godwin, meaning ‘God’s friend.’

Goodwine – Good friend

Goodwyn – Good friend

Gord – Short form of English Gordon, meaning ‘spacious fort.’

Gorden – Variant spelling of English Gordon, meaning ‘spacious fort.’

Gordon – Scottish surname transferred to forename use, from the name of a place in Berwickshire composed of the Welsh elements gor ‘spacious’ and din ‘fort,’ hence ‘spacious fort.’

Gore – The name Gore is a boy’s name of English origin meaning ‘wedge-shaped object’.

Gorloise – Gorloise are the people who establish their life with independence, determination and originality.

Gorlors – Gorloise are the people who establish their life with independence, determination and originality.

Gorma – People with this name have a deep inner need for quiet, and a desire to understand and analyze the world they live in, and to learn the deeper truths.

Gorn – Warrier, The one with wisdom and intelligence. The one who has hidden qualities of knowledge, research and wisdom. Owing a research and analytical mind.

Goro – Enlightened Son, Goro is especially enthusiastic and amiable, outgoing and to a great degree informative.

Gorvenal – A knight, The one who will lead the whole community or area.

Gouverrail – The one with sixth sense, high energy level, senstiveness and possess a high sense of awareness.

Gov – Lion’s Den, Brave person, The one who can fight or help someone at any cost.

Govam – People with this name have a deep inner need for quiet, and a desire to understand and analyze the world they live in, and to learn the deeper truths.

Govan – People with this name have a deep inner need for quiet, and a desire to understand and analyze the world they live in, and to learn the deeper truths.

Gowyn – God”s friend

Gowyn – God’s friend. A person who believe in god, pray to god and thinks that god is his best friend. For that person god becomes his friend.

Gracen – Gracen name is the varient of name grayson which means the son of a gray haired person. In simple words son of an intelligent person.

Graceson – Graceson name is the varient of name grayson which means the son of a gray haired person. In simple words son of an intelligent person.

Gracey – The name is varient of word grace. It means Grace of God.

Graci – The name is varient of word grace. It means Grace of God.

Gracia – The name is varient of word grace. It means decency and intelligence.

Gracian – The name is varient of word grace. It means decency and intelligence.

Gracin – Gracin name is the varient of name grayson which means the son of a gray haired person. In simple words son of an intelligent person.

Gracionna – Gracionna name is the varient of name grayson which means the son of a gray haired person. In simple words son of an intelligent person.

Graden – Graden name is the varient of name grayson which means the son of a gray haired person. In simple words son of an intelligent person.

Gradey – Graden name is the varient of name grayson which means the son of a gray haired person. In simple words son of an intelligent person.

Gradon – Gray-haired: son of the Gray family, son of Gregory.

Gradon – Graden name is the varient of name grayson which means the son of a gray haired person. In simple words son of an intelligent person.

Grady – Irish surname transferred to forename use, from an Anglicized form of Gaelic O Grada ‘descendant of Grada,’ hence ‘noble.’

Grae – Gray Hiared man. In simple word it means a very intelligent person.

Graega – Graden name is the varient of name grayson which means the son of a gray haired person. In simple words son of an intelligent person.

Graeme

Graeme – Graeme is a variation of the name Graham. It means ‘gray house’ or ‘gravelly place’.

Graeson – The judge’s son

Grafton – A settlement near a grave

Grahaem – A variant spelling of name Graham which means ‘From the great Meadow, Farm House’ in Old English

Graham

Graham – Scottish name derived from the surname Grantham, from a place name composed of the Old English elements grand ‘gravel’ and ham ‘home,’ hence ‘gravel home.’

Grainger – A person who oversees the granaries

Gram – Grand home

Granger

Granger – The name Granger is a boy’s name of English origin meaning ‘worker of the granary’.

Grangere – They are handsome and charming. Hey love to live in dream world.

Grant – Bestow or great, tall. The American General and president Ulysses S. Grant. Surname.

Grantham – From the great or grey land or fields, surname, possible variant of Grantley

Grantland – They are handsome and charming. Hey love to live in dream world.

Grantleigh – They are vesatile,responsible but lazy.They are active and fulfill all their promises.

Grantly – Grantly means the gray meadow. A meadow which is full of treasures.

Granville – English surname transferred to forename use, from a Norman baronial name composed of the elements grand ‘large’ and ville ‘settlement,’ hence ‘large settlement.’

Gravadain – Gravadain means a creative person who loves to explore the world and do new thing.

Graves – Graves is the surname which was use in old days.

Gray – Of Old English origin – graeg meaning ‘grey’, Greyfriars was the English nickname for Cistercian and Franciscan monks, whose habits were that color.

Grayden – Grayden means a person who have gray haired. Gray hair are sign of intelligence.

Graydon – The name Graydon is a boy’s name of English origin meaning ‘son of the gray-haired one’.

Grayer – Grayer means a person who have gray haired. Gray hair are sign of intelligence.

Graylin – Graylin means a person who have gray haired. Gray hair are sign of intelligence.

Grayling – Grayling means a person who have gray haired. Gray hair are sign of intelligence.

Graysen – Gray-haired: son of the Gray family, son of Gregory.

Graysen – Variant of Grayson, doesn’t take life for granted, thankful.

Grayson – Son of the reeve or Gray-haired: son of the Gray family, son of Gregory.

Grayson – They love truth and desire to understand and analyze the world.They are very broadminded and hardworking.

Greeley – The name Greeley is a boy’s name of English origin meaning ‘gray meadow’.

Green – Coming from a green place

Greenlee – From a green clearing

Greer – Scottish surname transferred to unisex forename use, derived from a contracted form of Gregor, meaning ‘watchful, vigilant.’

Greeshawn – Unclear

Greffen – Mythical beast

Greg

Greg – Short form of English Gregory, and Scottish Gregor, both meaning ‘watchful, vigilant.’

Gregg – Short form of English Gregory, and Scottish Gregor, meaning ‘watchful, vigilant.’

Greggory

Gregory

Gregory – English form of French Provencal Gregory, meaning ‘watchful, vigilant.’

Gregson – Awake or watchful

Grenville – Variant spelling of English Granville, meaning ‘large settlement.’

Gresham – Grassy place

Greshawn – Unclear

Grey – Variant spelling of English Gray, meaning ‘grey.’

Greydon – A person who leads everyone as a king or a leader.

Greylond – A person who leads everyone as a king or a leader.

Greysen – Variant of Grayson, doesn’t take life for granted, thankful.

Greyson – Gray-haired: son of the Gray family, son of Gregory.

Greyson – The name Greyson is a boy’s name of English origin meaning ‘son of the steward’.

Grier – Masculine variant spelling of English unisex Greer, meaning ‘watchful, vigilant.’

Griffin – Compare with another form of Griffin. Anglicized form of Irish Gaelic Griobhtha, meaning ‘griffin.’

Griffith – Anglicized form of Welsh Gruffudd, meaning ‘(?) chief/lord.’

Grifud – High Energy. Person who is always active and ready to do anything with great energy and power.

Grifudi – High Energy. Person who is always active and ready to do anything with great energy and power.

Grimbaud – Lively and Imaginative person who lives life with a great optimisim. A person who loves his life.

Grimcytel – Grimcytle means a person who knows how to manage and organize things to live a great life.

Grimold – Grimold is the varient of name grimbald. Which means a fierce bold and brave person.

Grimshaw – Grimshaw is an ancient, historical surname which reffers towards a brave and strong family.

Gringamore – Gringamore is a mesculine version of feminine name , which means a person who is not american. Or we can say a person from latin who is settled in america.

Grisham – Old English – Grassland farm, From the grazing, A variant name of Gresham

Grove – Grove of trees

Grover – Lives in the grove

Grover – English surname transferred to forename use, derived from Old English graf ‘grove,’ hence ‘lives in a grove.’

Grubbs – The name Grubbs also has German origins, where it means a Mine, Pit or a Hollow and was mostly given as an occupational surname to mine workers.

Guidgen – A first century Welsh saint who drove the resistance against the Romans.

Guidlovius – Guidlovius means the person who can guide a group or a cummunity.

Guilbert – Guilbert means a trusted person. Everyone can trust him.

Guilherme – determined protector. A person who is determind about the security and protection of his family.

Guitain – guitain means the person from gaeta. Gaeta is the ancient city of Italy.

Gulliver – Guliver is the surname of english persons.

Gullonar – They are individual and independence.They are good friends and establish every thing very well.

Gunware – occasionally,suffer with feelings of self-pity,finally success is limited.

Guordic – adventure,excitment and freedom.Clever,quick-witted and unusual adoptable.

Gurcimanu – graceful,respectful in nature,unsophisticated.

Gurcinnif – laxuary Italian fashion brand good or doing fine.

Gurdocui – They love, care and help other. They are of the generous personalities.

Guronui – Guronui means old or ancient like a hidden treasure.

Gus – English short form of Latin Augustus, meaning ‘venerable.’

Guthfrith – Guthfrith means the peach of God. Guth means God and Frith means Peace.

Guthlac – Guthlic was the name of an ancient saint of Christianitys.

Guthlaf – Guthald means an unpredictable person with a good and great nature.

Guthmaer – Gentle, understanding and soft natured person. Who loves everyone.

Guthred – Gentle, understanding and soft natured person. Who loves everyone.

Guthrie – Gentle, understanding and soft natured person. Who loves everyone.

Guto – A strong chief or a person who have ability to lead a group with management.

Guy – Variant form of Norman French Gy, a derivative of Latin Wido, meaning ‘wide.’ This name was popular until 1605 when Guy Fawkes tried to blow up Parliament after which it acquired the negative connotation ‘grotesque man.’ In Arthurian legend, this is the name of a son of Bevis of Hamptoun. In use by the English.

Gwari – An independent and positive person who lives life like a love story.

Gwasdewi – Generous and warm person. Gentle mind and loving for all.

Gybon – One who is a notable hostage

Gyles – Variant spelling of English Giles, meaning ‘shield of goatskin.’

English boy names starting with H

Habakkuk – Anglicized form of Hebrew Chabaqquwq, meaning ’embrace.’ In the bible, this is the name of a prophet.

Habbie – A per name from Hab, that is a variant of Robert, meaning famous and bright

Hackett – Person with a hooked nose

Hackman – Servant, one who serves

Hadad – Compare with other forms of Hadad. Anglicized form of Hebrew Adad, meaning ‘I shall move softly: I shall love.’ In the bible, this is the name of an Edomite enemy God raised up to punish Solomon for his sins.

Hadan – Hay valley

Haddan – A heath covered slope

Hadden – From the heath, near the hill of heather

Hadden – The name Hadden is a boy’s name of English origin meaning ‘heathery hill’.

Haddin – Hay valley

Haddon – Child of the heather-filled valley

Haden – Derived from Old English origin meaning ‘child from the heather hill’.

Hadley – From the heath or heather-covered meadow, a surname

Hadley – English surname transferred to unisex forename use, composed of the Old English elements h?? ‘heathland, heather, wasteland’ and leah ‘clearing, field, meadow’ hence ‘heather meadow.’

Hadly – variations of the name Hadley

Hado – Hay valley

Hadon – From the heath (heath meaning- open uncultivated land

Hadrian

Hadun – Hay valley

Hadwin – English surname transferred to forename use, composed of the Old English elements hadu ‘strife, war’ and win(e) ‘friend,’ hence ‘war-friend.’

Hadwyn – Companion during the war, Friend during wartime

Hadwyne – Buddy in warfare, companion in war time

Hadyn – Hay valley

Haeccel – Energetic, compassionate, cautious

Haecci – Idealistic, highly imaginative, intuitive

Haeccin – A person who have a deep inner desire

Haefen – Safety, shelter, well being

Haefer – A dude who looks cool but turns into an arrogant person before your eyes

Haeferic – One who owns the river meadow

Haele – Lives in the hall

Haemgils – woody hill, forsted hill

Haestingas – tribes of Anglo-Saxon Britain, Violent, aggressive, fierce

Haethbeorht – deep inner desire to lead, organize, supervise

Haethowine – Companion in war or in hard time

Hagai – Variant spelling of English Haggai, meaning ‘festive.’

Hagaleah – From the enclosed meadow, From the protective field

Hagalean – From the circumvented area, From the enclosed enclosure

Hagan – Young (In Gaelic), Little Hugh (In Irish) Strong defender (In Teutonic )

Hagaward – custodian of the hedged enclosed space

Haggai – Anglicized form of Hebrew Chaggai, meaning ‘festive.’ In the Old Testament bible, this is the name of one of the minor prophets.

Haggi – Anglicized form of Hebrew Chaggiy, meaning ‘festive.’ In the bible, this is the name of a son of Gad.

Haglee – Bordered by hedges, Surrounded by hedges

Hagleigh – enclosed meadow, together with grazing land

Hagley – From the hedged meadow, surname

Hagley – From the hedged enclosure

Hagly – From the hedged enclosed space

Haha – Exclamation of Surprise.

Haig – From the hedged enclosure

Haig – Middle English name meaning ‘to cut, to chop.’ Compare with another form of Haig.

Hailen – English – Hollow, A derivative of Halen

Hain – Enclosure

Haines – From the vine-covered cottage, surname

Haines – Enclosure

Haiuoen – Welsh Boy names

Hal – A familiar form usually for Henry but also for Halden, Hall, and related names

Hal – Pet form of English Henry, meaning ‘home-ruler.’

Halbert – Brilliant hero

Halbert – One who carries the halberd, a weapon

Halburt – Conqueror, Brave Man, Suparman

Halden

Hale – From the remote valley, healthy, an English surname and a Hawaiian variant of Harry

Hale – English surname transferred to forename use, derived from Old English halh ‘nook, recess,’ hence ‘lives in a nook.’

Halebeorht – Bright Hero

Halen – Valley

Haley

Halford – From the hall by the ford, from the valley ford

Halifax – From the holy or blessed field

Haligwiella – Resides by Holy Spring

Halin – Hall dweller, Dweller from the manor

Hall – English surname transferred to forename use, derived from Old English heall ‘hall,’ hence ‘lives at the hall.’

Hallam – Dweller in the remote Valley.

Halley – From a hall within an enclosure

Hallford – From the Valley Ford

Halliwell – Near or from the holy spring

Hallsey – From Hal’s Island

Hallstein – Settlement in a nook

Hallsten – English – Estate on the hill, A variant of name Halston

Hallsy – Variant of Halsey

Hallward – Guardian of the Hall

Halsey – From Hal”s island, surname

Halsey – An island, neck of land

Halsig – From Hal’s island

Halstead – Grounds of the manor, belonging to those grounds, surname

Halstead – An animal shed

Halsted – From the Manor Grounds

Halsten – English – Settlement in nook, Estate on the hill, A variant of name Halston

Halston – English – Settlement by the water, Estate on the hill, A variant of name Halton

Halsy – From Hal’s isle

Halton – From the town, estate on the hill

Halton – From the Hill-slope Estate

Haluin – An English male name with lost meaning

Halward – Custodian of the Hall

Halwell – Holy well

Ham – Means ‘hot, warm’ in Hebrew. In the Old Testament, Ham is one of Noah’s three sons, along with Shem and Japheth. He was the ancestor of the Egyptians and Canaanites

Hamblin – Home

Hambly – Home within an enclosed space

Hamelin – Lover of Home

Hamell – Variation of Hammil

Hamelstun – From the Grassy Estate

Hamelton – Home-lover’s Estate

Hamid – praised, commendable

Hamill – The name Hamill is a boy’s name of English origin meaning ‘scarred’.

Hamilton – From the proud town, estate, surname of one of the great families of Scotland

Hamilton – Scottish surname transferred to English forename use, composed of the Old English elements hamel ‘blunt, crooked, flat-topped’ and dun ‘hill,’ hence ‘flat-topped hill.’

Hamish – Anglicized form of Scottish Gaelic Seumas, meaning ‘supplanter.’

Hamlet – Middle English form of Old French Hamelet, meaning ‘tiny little village.’

Hamlin – Home

Hammer – tool that delivers a blow

Hammet – From the Little Home, Village

Hammett – The name Hammett is a boy’s name of English origin.

Hammond – English surname transferred to forename use, derived from Norman French Hamon, meaning ‘home.’

Hammood – Thankful, Gratified, Grateful

Hammud – Thankful, appreciative, Grateful

Hamna – Blessed Sparrow of Haven

Hamnet – House, Introduced from Germany During the Norman Conquest

Hamnett – From the small Home

Hamo – House or Home

Hamoelet – From the modest House

Hamon – House,name given during the Norman Conquest

Hamond – chief protector, guardian of the home

Hamp – Old English – High settlement, A variant of name Hampton

Hampton – This boy’s name means settlement or village. It is also a location name included in a number of villages including a town along the Thames River in England.

Hamra – Fair Woman, Red

Hamraaz – Who has and shared the Secret

Hamraz – Confidant, Close friend

Hamuel – Anglicized form of Hebrew Chammuw’el, meaning ‘heat of God.’ In the bible, this is the name of a man of Simeon. Also, according to pseudo-Dionysius, this is the name of an archangel.

Hanael – Variant spelling of English Haniel, meaning ‘favored of God.’

Hanan – Anglicized form of Hebrew Chanan, meaning ‘compassionate, merciful.’ In the bible, this is the name of many characters, including a chief of the tribe of Benjamin. Compare with feminine Hanan.

Hanani – Anglicized form of Hebrew Chananiy, meaning ‘gracious’ or ‘favorable.’ In the bible, this is the name of several characters, including a brother of Nehemiah.

Hananiah – Anglicized form of Hebrew Chananyah, meaning ‘whom Jehovah has graciously given.’ In the bible, this is the name of many characters, including a friend of Daniel, a general, a priest, and an officer who lived during the reign of King Uzziah.

Hancarate – A thoughtful counseltor

Hancock – The name Hancock is a boy’s name of English origin meaning ‘shellfish-gatherer’.

Hand – Worker

Handlea – Elevated field

Handy – English – Skillful with one’s hands.

Haneca – An old English surname

Hanford – From the high ford

Haniel – Anglicized form of Hebrew Channiy’el, meaning ‘favored of God.’ In the bible, this is the name of a leader of the tribe of Asher. In Jewish lore, this is also the name of angel associated with the planet Venus.

Hank

Hank – Pet form of English Henry, meaning ‘home-ruler.’

Hanlea – From the Elevated field.

Hanlee – From the High Meadow

Hanley – Irish surname transferred to forename use, derived from O’Hanley, an Anglicized form of Gaelic O hAinle, meaning ‘descendant of Ainle,’ hence ‘champion.’

Hanly – From the High grazing land

Hanniel – Variant spelling of English Haniel, meaning ‘favored of God.’ In the bible, this is the name of a leader of the tribe of Asher. In Jewish lore, this is also the name of angel associated with the planet Venus.

Hanoch – Anglicized form of Hebrew Chanowk, meaning ‘dedicated’ or ‘initiated.’ In the bible, this is the name of the eldest son of Cain, and a son of Jared the father of Methuselah.

Hansford – He who comes from the stony ford

Hanson – Son of John

Hansse – Communication, Interaction, Friendship, Joy, Lightness.

Happy – English unisex name derived from the vocabulary word, meaning ‘happy.’ Compare with Gay and Merry.

Happyen – One who is happy

Harac – From the antique Oak Tree

Haraford – From the hare’s ford

Harald – Powerful man in the army

Harbor – A Sheltered Port, A place of refuge, A variant of Harbour

Harcourt – English surname transferred to forename use, composed of the Old English elements heafocere ‘falconer, hawker’ and cot ‘hut,’ hence ‘from the falconer’s/hawker’s hut.’

Harden – The name Harden is a boy’s name of English origin meaning ‘valley of the hares’.

Hardi – From the heart,variant of the English and German Hardy

Hardie – nickname for a brave or hotheaded man

Hardin – Harding variation, A pet (French) brave, strong German

Harding – English surname transferred to forename use, from a form of the Old English surname Hearding, from heard, meaning ‘brave, hardy, strong.’

Hardred – A firm man of red hair

Hardulph – Brave wolf, old Anglo Saxon the hill

Hardwin – Brave friend, Daring Friend

Hardwinn – Courageous Friend

Hardwyn – courageous associate

Hardwynn – Strong royal friend

Hardy – Pet name for longer English names containing Hard- or Hart-, meaning ‘brave, hardy, strong.’

Hardyn – Form of hare’s valley, Field of hares

Hare – the supreme pleasure energy of the Lord, Rabbit

Hareford – From the hare ford

Harelache – Lives at the hare’s lake

Hareleah – From the hare’s field

Hares – Hares are classified into the same family as rabbits

Harford – One who comes from the deer’s crossing place

Hargrave – A family name of ancient anglo saxon family name

Hargreave – Grove inhabited by hares

Hargrove – From the hare”s grove, surname

Hargrove – Old English – From the Hare’s Grove

Harhold – power, leader, ruler, from Germanic elements, King

Haris – Haris means ‘son of Harry’. It is a variation of the name Harry

Harison – Son of Harry

Harl – hare meadow, hare clearing (Harley)

Harlak – Resides at the hare’s lake

Harlake – Lives at the hare’s lake

Harlan – English surname transferred to forename use, from the name of various places composed of the Old English elements hara ‘hare’ and land ‘land,’ hence ‘hare’s land.’

Harland – English name derived from a Norman French byname for someone given to stirring up trouble, from the word hareler, meaning ‘to create a disturbance,’ hence ‘trouble-maker.’

Harlee – Hare meadow

Harleigh – From Old English origin meaning ‘hare meadow’ more popular as a baby boy’s name.

Harlem – A variant of name Harlim, Name of a vibrant neighborhood in the New York city

Harlen – hare land

Harley – From the hare”s meadow, Harley is a surname associated with the famous Harley-Davidson motorcycles. Traditionally a boys” name, now increasingly being used for both genders

Harley – English surname transferred to forename use, composed of the Old English elements h?r ‘rock’ and leah ‘meadow, pasture,’ hence ‘rocky meadow.’

Harlin – English surname transferred to forename use, from the Norman French personal name Herluin, meaning ‘noble friend’ or ‘noble warrior.’

Harlon – From the land or farm of the hares, from the army land, a surname and variant of Harland or Harley

Harlow – A variant of the surname based on the place name , meaning ‘hare clearing’ or ‘hare meadow’.

Harlowe – From the hare’s hill

Harly – Of Old English origin meaning ‘hare meadow’ a variant form of the name Harley.

Harlyn – A form of the name Harlan

Harman – soldier

Harmon

Harmon – English surname transferred to forename use, from the German personal name Harman, meaning ‘bold/hardy man.’

Harold

Harold – Middle English form of Anglo-Saxon Hereweald, meaning ‘army ruler.’

Harper – Minstrel

Harper – Originally a last name meaning someone who plays the harp. Well-known Harpers: Harper Lee, author of To Kill a Mockingbird, Paul Simon’s son, Neil Patrick Harris’s daughter.

Harpo – The name Harpo is a boy’s name of English origin.

Harree – Home ruler

Harrey – Home ruler

Harri – Variant spelling of English Harry, meaning ‘home-ruler.’ Compare with other forms of Harri.

Harrie – Variant spelling of English Harry, meaning ‘home-ruler.’

Harrington – The name Harrington is a boy’s name of English origin meaning ‘family farm’.

Harris – Son of Harry or diminutive of Harry

Harris – The name Harris is a boy’s name of English origin meaning ‘son of Harry’.

Harrison – Son of Harry, surname

Harrison – Derived from the boy’s name Harrison meaning ‘son of Harry’ Harry means ‘lord of the manor’ .

Harriss – A son of the man who rules the estate

Harrod – Ruled by the army

Harron – Plain or Level ground

Harry – Familiar form of Herald or Henry, Harry Potter is the young wizard in the extremely popular series of children”s books by J.K. Rowling.

Harry – Medieval diminutive form of English Henry, meaning ‘home-ruler.’

Harrye – An estate’s ruler

Harrys – Son of Harry

Harryson – Son of Harry

Harsent – an English poet and TV scriptwriter Norman

Hart – The name Hart is a boy’s name of English origin meaning ‘stag’.

Hartford – Near the stag or deer”s ford

Hartford – From the Stag’s Ford, Few of variants are Hartforde, Hartfurd, and Hartfurde

Hartlea – Field of deer

Hartley – From the stag”s meadow, surname

Hartley – English surname transferred to unisex forename use, composed of the Old English elements heorot ‘hart, male deer’ and leah ‘meadow, pasture,’ hence ‘deer meadow.’

Hartly – Stag Grazing land

Hartman – Fast runner

Hartun – From the gray estate

Hartwell – Water hole for stags

Hartwill – Stag pool, Lives near the stag’s spring

Hartwin – Brave friend

Hartwood – From the Stag’s Forest, Deer Forest, Variants are Harwood, Heortwode, and Heortwood

Harvard – The name Harvard is a boy’s name of English origin meaning ‘army guard’.

Harve – Short form of English Harvey, meaning ‘battle worthy.’

Harvee – Battleworthy

Harveson – Battleworthy

Harvey

Harvey – English surname transferred to forename use, from Old French Herve, from Breton Haerveu, meaning ‘battle worthy.’

Harvi – Battleworthy

Harvie – Variant spelling of English Harvey, meaning ‘battle worthy.’

Harvy – Derived from Breton origin meaning ‘worthy of battle’.

Harwin – A friend of the hare, a brave friend

Harwood – Deer wooded area

Harwoods – From the wood of hares

Harwyn – A friend of the hare

Harys – Son of Harry

Haryson – Son of Harry

Hascuil – A diligent person who has potential

Hasculf – Hasculf de Tany was a nobleman in medieval England

Hashub – Anglicized form of Hebrew Chashshuwb, meaning ‘considerate.’ In the bible, this is the name of several characters, including a son of Pahath-moab.

Haslet – From hazle-tree land

Haslett – From the Hazel Tree Land, One who dwelt at the head of the hazel wood, A variant of Hazlett

Haslitt – Belongs to hazel tree land

Hasshub – Anglicized form of Hebrew Chashshuwb, meaning ‘considerate.’ In the bible, this is the name of several characters, including a son of Pahath-moab.

Hastings – Violent

Hatcher – From flood gates of a dam

Hattem – A city in the eastern Netherlands

Havana – The capital city of Cuba

Havelock – English surname transferred to forename use, meaning, ‘sea war.’

Haven – Place of safety, shelter

Haven – English unisex name derived from Middle English haven (Old English h?fen), meaning ‘haven, refuge.’

Havih – An insightful, famous and priceless person

Havilah – Anglicized form of Hebrew Chaviylah, meaning ‘circle.’ In the bible, this is the name of a part of Eden through which the river Pison flowed, and the name of a son of Cush after whom a district in Arabia was named.

Haward – Anglicized form of Danish/Norwegian Havard, meaning ‘high guard.’ This is an older form of modern English Howard.

Hawes – The name Hawes is a boy’s name of English origin meaning ‘hedged area’.

Hawk – Hunting bird, When this name was created, hunting with hawks was considered an aristocratic sport.

Hawke – Hawk

Hawksley – A topographic name from Middle English Hauk – Open Country, Grassland, Field

Hawly – From the Hedged Meadow, A variant is Hawley

Hawthorn – One who lives near the hawthorn hedges

Hawthorne – Shrub related to the apple family, known for its pink and white flowers and its red fruit

Hawthorne – The name Hawthorne is a boy’s name of English origin meaning ‘lives where hawthorn hedges grow’.

Hayden – From the hedged valley, surname adapted to given name use

Hayden – English unisex name composed of the Old English elements heg ‘hay’ and denu ‘valley,’ hence ‘hay valley.’

Haydon – From the hedged in valley.

Haydrian – A variant of Hadrian meaning Son of Adrian

Hayes

Hayes – Holds his emotions inside, closes in around himself.

Haygen – A surname and Variant of name Hagan which means strong defender

Haynes – A surname, meaning a hawthorn berry fields

Hayward – Ward or guardian of the hedged area

Hayward – The name Hayward is a boy’s name of English origin meaning ‘guardian of the hedged enclosure’.

Haywood – English surname transferred to forename use, composed of the Old English elements (ge)haeg ‘enclosure’ and wudu ‘wood,’ hence ‘enclosed wood.’

Hazael – Anglicized form of Hebrew Chaza’el, meaning ‘one who sees God.’ In the bible, this is the name of a king of Syria.

Hazelton – The name Hazelton is a boy’s name of English origin meaning ‘settlement near hazel trees’.

Hazlett – From the Headland with hazel Trees

Hazlitt – Cliff with the hazel trees

Headd – A chief whose counsel was sought in the matters of law

Headley – Variant spelling of English Hedley, meaning ‘heather field.’

Heaf – From a heath

Heahfrith – responsible, stable, Serious-minded

Heahhbeorht – strife and war

Heahmund – easy-going, friendly nature

Heahred – sensitive, friendly, and practical nature

Heahweard – Chief guardian

Healhtun – From the hill slope estate

Healing – To restore to health

Healleah – From the manor house meadow

Heallstede – From the mansion house

Healum – Lives at the Hall’s Slopes

Heanleah – From the lofty meadow

Heard – Shepherd or cowherd

Hearda – Great lover of nature

Heardbehrt – Bright and glorious

Heardinc – strong sense

Heardind – From the hare”s valley

Heardind – from the hares valley

Heardred – Unconditional love, Gift, Goodness, Truth

Heardwine – Brave Friend

Heardwulf – Strong wolf, brave

Hearn – Horse lord, from the corner

Hearpere – HERPIST

Hearst – A variant spelling of Hurst, A topographic name for someone who lived on a wooded hill

Heartley – From the stag’s meadow. Stag wood or meadow, A variant of Hartley

Heath – An open area of land covered by heather or the heather itself, a familiar form for Heathcliff and related names

Heath – Derived literally from the English ‘heath’, this name was originally a surname but is now a popular first name.

Heathcliff – From the heath cliff or heath-covered cliff, the unforgettable romantic character from Emily Bronte”s Wuthering Heights

Heathcliff – The name Heathcliff is a boy’s name of English origin meaning ‘cliff near a heath’.

Heathclyf – From the secure cliff

Heathcote – From a heath

Heathdene – From the heath

Heathe – From the flowering shrubs

Heather – From the flowering bushes

Heathleah – From the heath covered meadow

Heathley – From the secure covered field

Heaton – From the high town or settlement, surname

Heaton – From a farm on a hill

Heaven – A paradise, a promised land

Hebbi – From the Heather Covered Meadow, From Heathers Field

Heber – Means ‘enclave’ in Hebrew. In the Old Testament this name is borne by a great-grandson of Jacob and also by the husband of Jael

Hebrewald – One who is a ruler of the srmies

Hebron – Anglicized form of Hebrew Ebron, meaning ‘alliance, association.’ In the bible, this is the name of a city in south Judah near where Abraham built an altar. It is also the name of the third son of Kohath and a descendant of Caleb.

Heck – English short form of Latin Hector, meaning ‘defend, hold fast.’

Hector – Anglicized form of Scottish Gaelic Eachann, meaning ‘brown horse.’ Compare with another form of Hector.

Hedley – English surname transferred to forename use, composed of the Old English elements h?? ‘heather’ and leah ‘clearing, field,’ hence ‘heather field’ or ‘heather meadow.’

Hedly – Field of heather

Heini – Active, agile, supple

Helaes – A person living in a hollow place

Helegor – A prear from the hollow lands

Heleward – A guardian of the hollow lands

Helewis – renowned warrior, Famous faghter

Helias – A Medieval English version of Elijah, meaning ‘my God is Yahweh’

Heller – From a hill

Hellerson – Son of Heller

Helmech – A very rare Medieval englihs name for Boys

Helmhead – One who always wears a hemet on his head

Helmheard – An army of helmets

Helmid – One who seeks challenge, like to travel and explore

Helouyn – A noble firends and warrior

Heloynet – A noble comrade

Help – A helpful person

Helpric – A powerful helper

Helyas – One whose god is Yahweh, a variation of Elihah

Helyes – His God is Yahweh

Henderson – The name Henderson is a boy’s name of English origin meaning ‘son of Henry’.

Heneage – One who excels, highly inspirational individual

Hengist – Old English name meaning ‘stallion.’ In English legend, this is the name of the brother of Horsa, and ruler of Kent. In Arthurian legend, he was killed by Uther Pendragon.

Henley – Derived from Old English meaning ‘from the high woods’or ‘from the woods filled with wild birds’.

Henly – Derived from the surname based on a place name, meaning ‘from high wood’ or ‘from the woods filled with wild birds’.

Hennepin – Big Water

Henocus – Henocus name have a deep inner desire for adventure

Henrie – Variant spelling of English Henry, meaning ‘home-ruler.’

Henry

Henry – English form of French Henri, meaning ‘home-ruler.’

Henrye – Variant spelling of English Henry, meaning ‘home-ruler.’

Henson – Son of Henry, A variant form of the English name Henderson

Heort – an adult male deer

Heortla – sensitive, imaginative, idealistic nature.

Heortwiella – Lives near the stag’s spring

Heortwode – From the stag’s forest

Heorulaf – quick, analytical, and clever mind

Heorulf – An army of wolves

Heorured – A responsible, hopeful and energetic being

Heoruweald – The rule of an army

Heoruwulf – A wolf army

Herald – One who proclaims, also a variant of Harold

Herald – A commander of the army

Heraldo – Army Ruler, Army Leader

Herb – English short form of German Herbert, meaning ‘bright army.’

Herbelot – Attentive, systamatic, technical

Herbie – English pet form of German Herbert, meaning ‘bright army.’

Herburga – A fortress of an anrmy

Here – Anglo-Saxon word meaning army

Herebeald – A bold man of the army

Herebeard – A brave man of the army

Herebehrt – Famous Warrior

Hereburg – An army’s fortress

Hereca – Thoughtful, introverted

Hereferth – A free soldier of the army

Hereford – a breed of hardy red-coated beef cattle

Herefrid – An army that brngs peace

Herefrith – A peaceful soldier

Heregeard – A strong spearman

Heregeorn – The soldier of the lands

Heregils – Army warrior of Gils

Heregod – God is here

Hereuuard – A defence army, a soldier who guards

Herevey – Battleworthy

Hereward – Guardian

Herford – An army of he fords

Hergualdi – Intense desire to be of service to others

Heriburg – Fortress

Heriht – Independent, highly creative nature heart

Herimann – self-assurance, independence, and confidence

Hering – Overly-sensitive nature

Herk – English short form of Latin Hercules, meaning ‘glory of Hera.’

Herlbert – Strong army

Herlebeorht – Tough army

Herlews – An army of noble fighters

Herman – English name derived from Latin Hermanus, meaning ‘army man.’ Compare with another form of Herman.

Hermind – A soldier who protects

Hern – Mythical Hunter

Herne – Mythical hunter

Herne – Fabulous Hunter

Hernox – Spontaneous, Impulsive

Heron – English bird name meaning simply ‘heron bird.’

Herrold – Powerful man in the army

Heruuord – An untiring, reasonable and discreet individual

Herve – Breton form of the Latin name Charivius

Hervey – Variant spelling of English Harvey, meaning ‘battle worthy.’

Hervi – battle worthy

Hervy – Battleworthy

Heston – An English surname meaning ‘one who came from Heston’, Farmstead, Settlement

Hetheclif – From the Heath Cliff

Heufric – A powerful battle

Hew – Heart, Bright in Mind and Spirit

Hewad – Homeland

Hewald – A male ruler

Hewet – Small, The Intelligent

Hewie – Variant spelling of English Hughie, meaning ‘heart,’ ‘mind,’ or ‘spirit.’

Hewin – A well-born, noble man

Hewitt – Little smart one

Hewlett – Little Hugh, Intelligent

Hewlitt – Mind Little Hugh, Intellect, Intelligent One

Hewrey – A noble man who lives near a rye field

Hewson – Settlement of Houses, Son of Hugh

Heywood – From the Hedged Forest

Hezekiah – Anglicized form of Hebrew Chizqiyah, meaning ‘God is my strength.’ In the bible, this is the name of a king of Judah and several other characters.

Hezron – Anglicized form of Hebrew Chetsrown, meaning ‘enclosed, surrounded by a wall.’ In the bible, this is the name of a son of Reuben.

Hiatt – From the High Gate

Hickory – Hickory is in reference to the tree.

Hid – From the hide

Hid – From the Hide

Hiel – Anglicized form of Hebrew Chiy’el, meaning ‘God lives.’ In the bible, this is the name of one of the rebuilders of Jericho.

Hilarius – Happy, Cheerful

Hilary – Cheerful, derived from the Latin Hilarius, Sir Edmund Hillary lead the first expedition to successfully climb Mount Everest.

Hilary – English unisex form of Latin Hilarius and Hilaria, meaning ‘joyful, happy.’ Originally, this was strictly a masculine name.

Hildbrand – War Sword

Hildilid – A warrior of the battle

Hildith – A fighter in the war

Hildred – A counseler in the battle

Hildwulf – One who is like a wolf in the battle

Hildyard – He sho is from the battle fields

Hilkiah – Anglicized form of Hebrew Chilqiyah, meaning ‘my portion is God.’ In the bible, this is the name of many characters, including the father of Eliakim, and a High Priest who lived in the time of King Josiah.

Hill – The name Hill is a boy’s name of English origin meaning ‘someone who lives by a hill’.

Hillard – cheerful, from the enclosure on

Hillary – Variant spelling of English unisex Hilary, meaning ‘joyful, happy.’

Hiller – From the Yard on a Hill

Hilton – From the town or settlement on the hill, surname

Hilton – The name Hilton is a boy’s name of English origin meaning ‘hill settlement’.

Hims – A persons dwelling place, a birthplace

Hinckley – Old English – Bear-Cub, Wood, Clearing, A habitational name from a place in Leicestershire

Hindrick – leader of the house

Hinton – English – High settlement, A variant is Henton

Hirah – Anglicized form of Hebrew Chiyrah, meaning ‘a noble race, nobility.’ In the bible, this is the name of a friend of Judah.

Hiraldo – Powerful man in the army

Hiram – Anglicized form of Hebrew Chiyram, meaning ‘free-born, noble.’ In the bible, this is the name of a king of Tyre and the name of the chief architect of Solomon’s temple.

Hirel – One who comes from the heathers field

Hiuel – A happy, idealistic and level headed person

Hixon – A variant spelling of Hickson, English surname meaning ‘son of Hick’

Hizkiah – Variant spelling of English Hezekiah, meaning ‘God is my strength.’

Hizkijah – Variant spelling of English Hezekiah, meaning ‘God is my strength.’

Hnaef – One who strikes or hews

Hob – The name Hob is a boy’s name of English origin meaning ‘bright fame’.

Hobart – The name Hobart is a boy’s name of English, Irish origin, meaning bright, shining intellect’.

Hobbes – The name Hobbes is a boy’s name of English origin meaning ‘bright fame’.

Hobbs – Son of Robert

Hobson – Robert’s son

Hoc – To Study

Hod – Praise, Confession, Member of Tribe of Asher, Splendor

Hodge – Middle English pet form of Anglo-Saxon Hro?gar, meaning ‘famous spear.’

Hodgson – The name Hodgson is a boy’s name of English origin meaning ‘son of Roger’.

Hogarth – A variant of Hoggard, Lamb Enclosure

Hohpe – A variation of the name hope, mening to give hope to people

Holbrook – A person who dwells near a brook

Holbrooke – From the Stream Near the Hollow

Holcomb – From the Deep Valley

Holdan – Deep valley

Holden – From the hollow in the valley, Holden Caulfield is the young, disillusioned main character of J.D. Salinger”s novel The Catcher in the Rye.

Holden – English surname transferred to forename use, composed of the Old English elements hol ‘deep, hollow, sunken’ and denu ‘valley,’ hence ‘deep valley.’

Holdin – From the Hollow Valley

Holdon – Deep valley

Holdun – Deep valley

Holdyn – From the unoccupied Valley

Holecomb – From the very deep Valley

Holecombe – A name for a deep hollow valley, energetic

Holgate – a township in the suburbs of York

Hollace – Near the Holly

Hollaman – It’s a fairly old and uncommon name.A variant of Holliman

Holland – A low lying area or valley

Hollis – From the grove of holly trees

Hollis – English surname transferred to unisex forename use, from Old English holegn ‘holly’ denoting someone who ‘lives near holly trees.’

Holly – Plant With Red Berries

Holman – Man from the valley.

Holman – Man from the Valley

Holmes – From the river islands, surname of the great fictional detective, Sherlock

Holmes – The name Holmes is a boy’s name of English origin meaning ‘from the island in the river’.

Holt – The name Holt is a boy’s name of English origin meaning ‘son of the unspoiled forests’.

Homar – Given as Hostage, Promised

Homayoon – Royal, Fortunate

Homen – Human

Hooker – The name Hooker is a boy’s name of English origin meaning ‘shepherd’s hook’.

Hooman – Good Nature, Having a Good Soul, A Character in Shahnameh

Hooper – The name Hooper is a boy’s name of English origin meaning ‘hoop-maker’.

Hopkin – English surname transferred to forename use, derived from a diminutive form of Old English Hob, hence ‘little Hob.’

Hopkins – A surname, means a famous man

Hopkinson – son of Hob

Hopper – The name Hopper is a boy’s name of English origin meaning ‘hop grower or seller’.

Horace – English and French form of Roman Latin Horatius, meaning ‘has good eyesight.’

Horatio – English name derived from Roman Latin Horatius, meaning ‘has good eyesight.’

Hori – A Prince, Freeborn, Moat

Horsa – Old English name meaning ‘horse.’ In English legend, this is the name of a warrior and brother of Hengist.

Horten – From the Gray Settlement

Horton – Surname created from an Old English place-name usually meaning ‘muddy farmstead’.

Hosea – Anglicized form of Hebrew Howshea, meaning ‘salvation.’ In the bible, this is the name of several characters, including the author of the Book of Hosea.

Hoshea – Anglicized form of Hebrew Howshea, meaning ‘salvation.’

Hot – A feeling of warmth

Houel – One who is killed by King Arthur

Houelt – One who seeks nature, restless and friendly

Houghton – From the estate or settlement on the headland

Houghton – The name Houghton is a boy’s name of English origin meaning ‘place in an enclosure’.

Houil – One who comes from the heather meadow

Houston – From the hill town, a surname and place name for a major city in Texas

Houston – Houston means ‘town on a hill’. It’s a surname and a city in Texas.

Howard – High watchman, noble watchman, an English surname of a historically powerful family

Howard – English surname transferred to forename use, from an Anglicized form (Haward) of Danish/Norwegian Havard, meaning ‘high guard.’

Howare – He will defend people

Howe – From the hill or ridge

Howel – The name Howel is a boy’s name of English origin meaning ‘land with hills’.

Howell – Anglicized form of Welsh Hywel, meaning ’eminent, conspicuous.’

Howerd – Guardian

Howie – Nichname for Howard, Howland and similar names

Howie – Pet form of English Howard, meaning ‘high guard.’

Howland – From the Land with Hills, From the Chiefs Land, A variant of Holland

Hoyt – English byname for a tall, skinny person, turned surname turned forename, from Middle English hoit, meaning ‘long stick.’

Hrapenly – From the Shouter’s Meadow

Hrethric – A character in Beowulf

Hring – Ring

Hristun – From the Brushwood Estate

Hroc – Crow

Hroca – Refers to multi colors covered field.

Hrocby – From the Crow’s Estate

Hroda – A nickname for the one who comes from Rhodes

Hrodwyn – One who is a friend of the fame

Hrothbeorht – A bright and famous person

Hrothlaf – One who has popular and creatie mindset

Hrothmaer – An able, helpful, tactful and obedient being

Hrothsige – A pleasing individual, reliable and high spirited

Hrychleah – From the Meadow’s Edge

Hrypanleah – From the Shouter’s Meadow

Huaetberct – A peson who is humble, independent and adorable

Huail – The pasture which is covered by many colors.

Hubbell – The name Hubbell is a boy’s name of English origin meaning ‘brave heart’.

Hubert – Hubert is Mind Bright

Hucc – Old English name derived from the element hux, meaning ‘insult, taunt.’ Possibly a byname before becoming a personal name.

Huck – English – Resembling the fruit, A variant of Huckleberry

Huckleberry – The name Huckleberry is a boy’s name of English, American origin.

Hud – Hugh’s son

Hudd – Variant spelling of English Hudde, meaning ‘heart,’ ‘mind,’ or ‘spirit.’

Hudde – Medieval pet form of English Hugh, meaning ‘heart,’ ‘mind,’ or ‘spirit.’

Hudson – Hudd’s son

Hudson – Originally a last name meaning ‘son of Hudde,’ a medieval first name and a nickname for both Hugh and Richard. Well-known Hudsons: actor Rock Hudson, actress Kate Hudson, New York’s Hudson River.

Hue – Variant spelling of English Hugh, meaning ‘heart,’ ‘mind,’ or ‘spirit.’

Huet – Medieval diminutive form of English Hue (‘heart,’ ‘mind,’ or ‘spirit’), hence ‘little heart/mind/spirit.’

Huey – Variant spelling of English Hughie, meaning ‘heart,’ ‘mind,’ or ‘spirit.’

Huffie – Pet form of English Humphrey, meaning ‘peaceful giant.’

Huffington – The name Huffington is a boy’s name of English origin meaning ‘Uffa’s town’.

Hug – One who is full of spirit.

Hugeburc – One who has a heart and a mind

Hugh – Intelligent, thoughtful

Hugh – The name Hugh is a boy’s name of German, English, Irish origin meaning ‘mind, intellect’.

Hughe – Variant spelling of English Hugh, meaning ‘heart,’ ‘mind,’ or ‘spirit.’

Hughie – Pet form of English Hugh, meaning ‘heart,’ ‘mind,’ or ‘spirit.’

Hughson – Hugh”s son, child, surname

Hugo – Latin form of Old French Hugon, meaning ‘heart,’ ‘mind,’ or ‘spirit.’

Hugone – intelligence

Huhha – active,attentive

Huicho – A fond name for Luis, in Spanish

Hum – Short form of English Humbert, possibly meaning ‘bright support.’

Humbert – English form of Norman Germanic Huncberct, possibly meaning ‘bright support.’

Humphrey – English name derived from Norman Germanic Hunfrid, meaning ‘giant peace.’

Humphry – Variant spelling of English Humphrey, meaning ‘giant peace.’

Hunbald – high spirit

Hunbeorht – energetic

Hund – from battleship field

Hunda – Old Norse – Dog Island, An uninhabited island in the Orkney archipelago in Scottish.

Hunfirth – creative person

Hunlaf – shrewed nature

Hunnt – One who hunts wildlife

Hunt – Pursue, a surname adapted to given name use and a familiar form of Hunter, Huntley, and similar names

Hunt – One who is a hunter

Hunta – He is a hunter

Huntar – An occupational name, one who hunts

Hunter – To hunt, an occupational name

Hunter – In the Middle Ages, Hunter was an English and Scottish last name for hunters and bird catchers. It’s used as both a boys’ and girls’ name, but is more popular for boys. Well-known Hunters: journalist Hunter S. Thompson, actress Holly Hunter.

Huntingden – A person from the hunting farm

Huntingdon – One who comes from the huntsman’s hill

Huntington – The name Huntington is a boy’s name of English origin meaning ‘hunter’s settlement’.

Huntingtun – He who is from the hunting farm

Huntir – A Boy who is a huntsman

Huntlea – A man from the huntsman’s meadow

Huntley – From the hunter”s meadow, surname

Huntley – English surname transferred to forename use, composed of the Old English elements hunta ‘hunter’ and leah ‘clearing, wood,’ hence ‘hunter’s wood.’

Huntly – One from the meadow of the hunters

Huntor – He came from the hunter’s town

Huntter – He who hunts

Huntyr – A person who is a huntsman

Hunwald – A rule of the Huns

Huri – Means ‘linen weaver’ in Hebrew. This was the name of the father of Abihail in the Old Testament

Hurl – A forceful throw

Hurlbart – A strenght of the army

Hurlburt – A strenght of the entire army

Hurley – A clearing in a corner

Hurst – The name Hurst is a boy’s name of English origin meaning ‘wooded hill’.

Hurste – He who lives in the forest

Huston – Old English – Settlement of houses, A variant of name Houston

Hutch – Middle English – The son of little Hugh, Settlement of houses, A variant of Hutchinson and Hutton

Hutchinson – Child of the hutch, child of the rural working class

Hutchison – Middle English – The son of little Hugh, Settlement of houses, A variant of Houston

Hutten – A knowledgable smart person

Hutton – One who comes from the settlement on the ridge

Huwel – One who is eminent or can be seen

Huweyn – A mature, self possessed, humble and bashful person

Huxeford – A Boy from the Hug’s ford

Huxford – One who comes from the Hugh’s ford

Huxley – English surname transferred to forename use, composed of the Old English personal name Hucc and the word leah ‘clearing, wood,’ hence ‘Hucc’s clearing/wood.’

Huxly – One from the meadow of spirits

Hwaessa – A systematic, versatile and able- goal oriented individual

Hwaetel – A logical, eccentric, friendly and well spoken being

Hwaetmund – An idealistic, reasonable and loving individual

Hwaetsige – A sensitive, humble, idealistic and imaginative being

Hwala – One who has intutive, reasonable and expressive being

Hweolere – He who makes wheels

Hwertun – One who comes from the hollow estate

Hwistlere – He is a piper

Hwitby – A man that comes from the white farm

Hwitcomb – A Boy from the white hollow

Hwitcumb – One from the white cavern

Hwithloew – He who comes from the white hill

Hwitloc – A man who is from the white fortress

Hwitmann – One who is a white man

Hyatt – From the high gate, surname.

Hyatt – The name Hyatt is a boy’s name of English origin meaning ‘lofty gate’.

Hycga – He is a God

Hyde – A name with several meanings, the oldest is likely deer and from the deer hide, but also may refer to a measure of land, or to the act of concealing

Hyde – The name Hyde is a boy’s name of English origin meaning ‘hide’.

Hyder – Tanner, an occupational name

Hydica – An english name for Boys

Hygelac – One who plays spirit nad mind games

Hyram – Variant spelling of English Hiram, meaning ‘free-born, noble.’

Hytha – An english name for Boys

Hyttin – A clearing of a woodland by man

English boy names starting with I

Ibri – Anglicized form of Hebrew Ibriy, meaning ‘Hebrew.’

Ichabod – Means ‘no glory’ in Hebrew. In the Old Testament he is the grandson of Eli and the son of Phinehas. This name was also used by Washington Irving for Ichabod Crane, the main character in his short story ‘The Legend of Sleepy Hollow’ (1820)

Idal – From the yew tree valley, a surname and variant of Udell

Ignatius – Anglicized form of Irish Gaelic Eighneachan, possibly meaning ‘man of force.’ Compare with another form of Ignatius.

Ike – Pet form of English Isaac, meaning ‘he will laugh.’

Imanuel – Variant spelling of English Immanuel, meaning ‘God is with us.’

Imla – Anglicized form of Hebrew Yimla, meaning ‘whom God will fill up.’ In the bible, this is the name of the father of Micaiah.

Imlah – Anglicized form of Hebrew Yimla, meaning ‘whom God will fill up.’ In the bible, this is the name of the father of Micaiah.

Immanuel – Anglicized form of Hebrew Immanuw’el, meaning ‘God is with us.’ In the bible, this is the name of the promised Messiah as prophesied by Isaiah. This form is also used in Germany.

Imri – Anglicized form of Hebrew Imriy, meaning ‘eloquent.’ In the bible, this is the name of a member of the tribe of Judah.

Indiana – English unisex name derived from the American state name, meaning ‘land of the Indians.’

Indigo – English unisex name, derived from vocabulary word indigo, from Greek indikon, meaning ‘blue dye from India.’

Indy – Pet form of English unisex Indiana, meaning ‘land of the Indians.’

Ingram – Angel, angelic

Ingram – English surname transferred to forename use, from a contracted form of Norman Germanic Engelram, meaning ‘Ing’s raven.’ Compare with another form of Ingram.

Innes – Scottish Anglicized unisex form of Gaelic Aonghas, meaning ‘excellent valor.’

Innocent – English name derived from Latin Innocentius, meaning ‘harmless, innocent.’

Ira – Anglicized form of Hebrew Iyra, meaning ‘watchful of a town.’ In the bible, this is the name of one king David’s officers and two of his warriors.

Irie – Cool, peace

Iriye – Cool, peace, harmony

Irv – Sea friend

Irvin – Variant spelling of English Irvine, meaning ‘fresh water’ or ‘green water.’

Irvine – Scottish surname transferred to English forename use, from the Celtic name of a river, composed of the Welsh elements ir/yr ‘fresh, green’ and afon ‘water,’ hence ‘fresh water’ or ‘green water.’

Irving – Friend from the sea or handsome friend

Irving – Scottish surname transferred to English forename use, composed of the Welsh elements ir/yr ‘fresh, green’ and afon ‘water,’ hence ‘fresh water’ or ‘green water.’

Irwin – The name Irwin is a boy’s name of English origin meaning ‘boar friend’.

Isa – Short form of English Isaac, meaning ‘he will laugh.’ Compare with another form of Isa.

Isaac – Anglicized form of Hebrew Yitzchak (Greek Isaak), meaning ‘he will laugh.’ In the bible, this is the name of the son of Abraham and father of Esau and Jacob.

Isador – Variant spelling of English Isidore, meaning ‘gift of Isis.’

Isadore – Variant spelling of English Isidore, meaning ‘gift of Isis.’

Isaiah – Anglicized form of Latin Isaias (Hebrew Yeshayah), meaning ‘God is salvation.’ In the bible, this is the name of one of the most famous prophets. Also spelled Jesaiah and Jeshaiah.

Isham – From or belonging to the iron one”s home

Isham – The name Isham is a boy’s name of English origin meaning ‘from the Iron One’s estate’.

Ishmael – Anglicized form of Hebrew Yishmael, meaning ‘God will hear.’ In the bible, this is the name of many characters, including a son of Abraham.

Ishmerai – Anglicized form of Hebrew Yishmeray, meaning ‘whom Jehovah keeps.’ In the bible, this is the name of a Benjamite.

Ishvi – Means ‘he resembles me’ in Hebrew. This is the name of a son of Asher in the Old Testament

Isiah – Variant spelling of English Isaiah, meaning ‘God is salvation.’

Isidore – Anglicized form of Latin Isidorus, meaning ‘gift of Isis.’

Israel – Anglicized form of Hebrew Yisrael, meaning ‘God prevails’ or ‘contender, soldier of God.’ In the bible, this is the name given to Jacob after wrestling with the angel.

Issac – Variant spelling of English Isaac, meaning ‘he will laugh.’

Issachar – Anglicized form of Hebrew Yissaskar, meaning ‘he is wages’ or ‘he brings wages.’ In the bible, this is the name of a Korahite and the name of the ninth son of Jacob.

Itai – Anglicized form of Hebrew Ittay, meaning ‘neighboring’ or ‘ with me.’ In the bible, this is the name of a Gittate and the name of one of King David’s warriors.

Itamar – Variant spelling of English Ithamar, meaning ‘land of palms.’

Ithai – Anglicized form of Hebrew Ittay, meaning ‘neighboring’ or ‘ with me.’ In the bible, this is the name of a Gittate and the name of one of King David’s warriors.

Ithamar – Anglicized form of Hebrew Iythamar, meaning ‘land of palms.’ In the bible, this is the name of the youngest son of Aaron.

Ithiel – Anglicized form of Hebrew Iythiyel, meaning ‘God is with me.’ In the bible, this is the name of a Benjamite and a disciple.

Itiel – Variant spelling of English Ithiel, meaning ‘God is with me.’ In the bible, this is the name of a Benjamite and a disciple.

Ivan – (Иван): Russian form of Greek Ioannes, meaning ‘God is gracious.’ In use by the English, Czechs and Ukrainians.

Ivanhoe – The name Ivanhoe is a boy’s name of English origin, meaning God is gracious’.

Iverson – Son of Ivor

Ives – The name Ives is a boy’s name of English origin meaning ‘yew wood’.

Ivey – A climbing evergreen ornamental plant.

Ivo

Ivo – Variant spelling of German Yvo, meaning ‘yew tree.’ Used infrequently by the English.

Ivory – Creamy-white woman

Iwdael – From the yew tree valley, a surname and variant of Udell

Izzy – Pet form of English Isidore, meaning ‘gift of Isis.’ Compare with feminine Izzy.

English boy names starting with J

Jaala – Means ‘wild goat’ in Hebrew. In the Old Testament this is the name of a servant of Solomon

Jaanai – Anglicized form of Hebrew Yaanay, meaning ‘whom Jehovah answers.’ In the bible, this is the name of a man in the tribe of Gad.

Jaasau – Anglicized form of Hebrew Yaasuw, meaning ‘they will do’ or ‘Jehovah made.’ In the bible, this is the name of a descendant of Bani.

Jaay – One who rejoices

Jabber – One who babbles, who talks a lot

Jabez – Anglicized form of Hebrew Yabets, meaning ‘pain, sorrow.’ In the bible, this is the name of a member of Caleb’s family.

Jabin – Anglicized form of Hebrew Yabiyn, meaning ‘whom God observes.’ In the bible, this is the name of two kings of the Hazor.

Jac – A variant spelling of the name Jack used predominately in English and Dutch languages.

Jacen – Variant of Jason, man of God.

Jachin – Anglicized form of Hebrew Yakiyn, meaning ‘he establishes’ or ‘whom God strengthens.’ In the bible, this is the name of several characters, including a son of Simeon.

Jaci – One who heals people

Jack

Jack Robert – The name Jack means ‘son of Jack,’ and the name Robert means ‘bright, famous one. Robert is also derived from Norman French.’

Jack-James – Jack’ a variant of the name ‘Jackson’, a pet name for the name ‘John’. James derived from the Hebrew ‘Yahweh may protect’.

Jack – A nickname for John and James that has become a name in its own right. It has long been used as a way to refer to any man, especially from the working classes, as in the expression, ‘a jack of all trades.’

Jacke – A man who believes that the God is gracious

Jackie

Jackie – Pet form of English Jack, meaning ‘supplanter’ or ‘God is gracious.’ Compare with feminine Jackie.

Jacksen – Son of the man who thinks the God is gracius

Jackson – Son of Jack or John, a surname

Jackson – From the surname meaning ‘son of Jack’, or from Scottish origin meaning ‘God has been gracious’

Jacky – A pet name, means the one who finds God to be gracious

Jaco – God might guard

Jacob – Anglicized form of Greek Iakob and Hebrew Yaaqob, meaning ‘supplanter.’ In the Old Testament bible, this is the name of a son of Isaac and Rebecca, and the twin brother of Esau. In the New Testament, it is the name of Mary’s father-in-law.

Jacobe – One who believes on God’s protection

Jacobson – Jacob”s child

Jacobson – A son of one who is protected by God

Jacoby – A supplanter

Jacolen – He who is a holder of the heel

Jacorey – Modern blend of Jay or possibly Jacob and Corey

Jacorian – Modern English names combining elements of the names Jacob and Cory

Jacy – Modern name possibly derived from the initials J.C. or as a familiar form of Jason

Jad – Familiar form of Jadrien and related names

Jada – Anglicized form of Hebrew Yada, meaning ‘he knows’ or ‘wise.’ In the bible, this is the name of a member of the tribe of Judah.

Jade – English unisex name derived from the name of the precious stone, meaning ‘jade.’

Jaden – Elaborated form of English unisex Jade, meaning ‘jade.’

Jadon – Anglicized form of Hebrew Yadown, meaning ‘judge,’ ‘thankful,’ or ‘whom God has judged.’ In the bible, this is the name of a man who helped Nehemiah rebuild the walls of Jerusalem.

Jadwyn – One who is a stonecutter’s friend

Jadyn – A variant the name Jayden which is derived from Jade, a green gemstone.

Jae

Jae – Variant spelling of English Jay, a short form of name beginning with the letter ‘J.’

Jaeden – A thankful person

Jaedon – He was heard by Jehovan

Jaedyn – Variant of Jaiden, a thinker, philisophical, wants to understand the world.

Jaeger – He who is a huntsman. A surname

Jaelyn – Variant of Jay, the name means winner. It also refers to a jay bird.

Jaenbeorht – An Archbishop’s name

Jafari – He who lives near the creek

Jafaru – A Boy whose home is near the creek

Jafet – Variant spelling of English Japheth, meaning ‘opened’ or ‘abundant, spacious.’

Jagar – Carter

Jager – Carter

Jagger – Peddler, carter

Jagger – Introspective and quiet, forms solid relationships.

Jago

Jaguar – A wild cat, to be like a jaguar

Jahleel – Anglicized form of Hebrew Yachleel, meaning ‘God waits’ or ‘whom God has made sick.’ In the bible, this is the name of a member of the tribe of Zebulun.

Jahzeel – Anglicized form of Hebrew Yachtse’el, meaning ‘whom God allots.’ In the bible, this is the name of a son of Naphtali.

Jai

Jai – Variant spelling of English Jay, a short form of longer names beginning with ‘J.’

Jaiden – Variant spelling of English unisex Jaden, meaning ‘jade.’

Jaimie – Variant spelling of English/Scottish Jamie, meaning ‘supplanter.’ Compare with feminine Jaimie.

Jair – Anglicized form of Hebrew Yaiyr, meaning ‘whom God enlightens.’ In the bible, this is the name of several characters, including a descendant of Manasseh.

Jairus – Anglicized form of Greek Iairos, meaning ‘whom God enlightens.’ In the bible, this is the name of several characters, including a descendant of Manasseh.

Jajaun – Modern blend of Jay and Juan

Jake – Abbreviation of Jacob.

Jake – Middle English variant form of English Jack ‘God is gracious.’

Jakob – Holder of the heel, name from the Old Testament

Jakodi – Oda’s child

Jaksen – Son of Jack, Son of a mainly one

Jakson – A mainly man’s son

Jal – wanderer

Jalen – Variant spelling of English Jalon, meaning ‘God lodges’ or ‘passing the night, tarrying.’

Jalex – Combination name of Jake and Alex

Jalon – Anglicized form of Hebrew Yalown, meaning ‘God lodges’ or ‘passing the night, tarrying.’ In the bible, this is the name of a son of Ezra and a descendent of Caleb.

Jamaar – Variant spelling of English Jamar, probably meaning either ‘to change’ or ‘happy and healthy.’

Jamad – One from the valley

Jamar – Modern American English name of uncertain origin. It may be from Hebrew Yamir, meaning ‘to change,’ or it may be a contracted form of the French surname Jamard, from German Gamhard, meaning ‘happy and healthy.’

Jamarcus – A modern name from the combination of element ‘Ja-‘ with Marcus

Jambert – Variation of Lambert meaning a bright place

James – Middle English and Old French vernacular form of Late Latin Jacomus, from Greek Iakobos, meaning ‘supplanter.’ In the New Testament bible, this is the name of several characters, including two apostles and a half-brother of Jesus.

Jamese – Hebrew – Yahweh may protect, Holder of Heel, Supplanter, A variant of name James

Jamesen – A supplanter

Jameson – Son of James

Jameson – Variant of James, the name means someone who takes the place of another person.

Jamey – Variant spelling of English/Scottish Jamie, meaning ‘supplanter.’

Jamie – English and Scottish pet form of James, meaning ‘supplanter.’ Compare with feminine Jamie.

Jamieson – English and Scottish patronymic surname transferred to forename use, meaning ‘son of Jamie.’

Jamin – Anglicized form of Hebrew Yamiyn, meaning ‘the right hand,’ ‘the right side,’ or ‘the right quarter.’ In the bible, this is the name of several characters, including a son of Simeon.

Jamis – Son of James

Jamison – Son of James

Jamison – Variant of James, the name means someone who takes the place of another person.

Jan – Middle English form of English John, meaning ‘God is gracious.’ Compare with other forms of Jan.

Jancarlos – Jancarlos means God is good. It is the English version of Juancarlos.

Jancis – Combination name of Jan and Francis, one who is from France

Jankin – Diminutive form of Middle English Jan, meaning ‘God is gracious.’

Jannon – One with fair hair

Janyd – Variant of the French name Gervaise spearman.

Janyd – A spearman

Janyl – Blend of Jar and Darell. See also Jerrell.

Janyl – A well loved carrier of spear

Japan – Place name, Japan

Japeth – Variant spelling of English Japheth, meaning ‘opened’ or ‘abundant, spacious.’

Japhet – Variant spelling of English Japheth, meaning ‘opened’ or ‘abundant, spacious.’

Japheth – Anglicized form of Hebrew Yepheth, meaning ‘opened’ or ‘abundant, spacious.’ In the bible, this is the name of the third son of Noah.

Jaran

Jareb – Anglicized form of Hebrew Yareb, meaning ‘contender.’ In the bible, this is an epithet given to the king of Assyria.

Jared – Anglicized form of Greek Iaret (Hebrew Yered), meaning ‘descent.’ In the bible, this is the name of the father of Enoch and a descendant of Judah. Also spelled Jered.

Jarel – Combination of Jar and Darell

Jareth – Probably a modern variant spelling of English Jared, meaning ‘descent.’

Jarin – A cry of rejoicing

Jarlath – Anglicized form of Irish Gaelic Iarfhlaith, meaning ‘lord of the west.’

Jarman – The name Jarman is a boy’s name of English origin, meaning from Germany’.

Jarnail – The Commanding Officer, General of an Army, A derivative of the name Janeil

Jarod – Variant spelling of English Jared, meaning ‘descent.’

Jaron – Anglicized form of Hebrew Yaron, meaning ‘to shout and sing.’

Jarrad – Variant of the French name Gervaise spearman.

Jarran – Modern variant of Israeli Jaron cry of rejoicing.

Jarred – Variant spelling of English Jared, meaning ‘descent.’

Jarrel – Modern variant of Gerald

Jarrel – A blend of Jar and Darell

Jarrell

Jarrell – Gerard’s son

Jarren – Modern variant of Israeli Jaron cry of rejoicing.

Jarren – A cry of happiness

Jarres – A stable, sensitive and imaginative being, super cool

Jarreth – A combination name of Jer and Gareth

Jarrett – The name Jarrett is a boy’s name of English origin, meaning spear strength’.

Jarrod – Spear, strong

Jarrod – Variant spelling of English Jared, meaning ‘descent.’

Jarron – Happy tears

Jarrott – Strenght of the spear

Jaruman – A bishop of Mercia

Jarvey – Old English- Spear, With Honor, A variant of name Gervaise

Jarvis

Jarvis – English surname transferred to forename use, derived from Middle English Gervase, meaning ‘spear servant.’

Jary – A spear

Jaryn – A cry of joy

Jashub – Anglicized form of Hebrew Yashuwb, meaning ‘he will return’ or ‘turning oneself.’ In the bible, this is the name of a son of Bani and a son of Issachar.

Jason – Latin form of Greek Iason, meaning ‘to heal.’ In mythology, this is the name of a son of ?son and leader of the Argonauts.

Jaspar – One who guards the treasure

Jasper – Variant of Caspar

Jasper – English form of Spanish Gaspar, meaning ‘treasure bearer.’ Early Christians assigned names to the three Magi (‘wise men from the east’) who visited the baby Jesus. They are mentioned but not named in the bible, Jasper is one of them, the other two are Balthasar and Melchior. Jasper is also the name of an opaque cryptocrystalline variety of quartz that may be red, yellow or brown in color. Also spelled Casper and Kasper.

Javan – Anglicized form of Hebrew Yavan, meaning ‘Ionia, Greece.’ In the bible, this is a place name and the name of a grandson of Noah.

Javaughn – Hebrew: Deceiver, one who makes sadness, Latin: Angel of Greece.

Javawnte – A derivative of the English name Javonte

Javon – Greek

Javonte – A variant of name Javawnte which is newly invented name

Jawa – A place name, Jawa

Jawaughn – Mighty Spearman, A variant of Javaughn

Jax – God has been gracious or has shown favor, variant of John or Jacques

Jax – Variant of Jackson, the name means son of Jack.

Jaxen – Variant of Jackson, the name means son of Jack.

Jaxin – Variant of Jackson, the name means son of Jack.

Jaxon – God has been gracious, has shown favor. Based on John or Jacques.

Jaxon – The name Jaxon is a boy’s name of English origin meaning ‘son of Jack’.

Jaxsen – Variant of Jackson, fights through any curveball life throws at him.

Jaxson – Variant of Jackson, the name means son of Jack.

Jaxsyn – A spelling variant of Jackson, an English surname which means ‘son of Jack.’

Jaxton – Variant of Jackson, the name means son of Jack.

Jaxtyn – Modern Invented Name

Jaxx – Variant of Jackson, fights through any curveball life throws at him.

Jaxxon – Variant of Jackson, fights through any curveball life throws at him.

Jaxyn – This alternate spelling of the name ‘Jackson’ means son of Jack.

Jay – Form of Jason, healer

Jay – This name is often used as nickname for any names beginning with the letter J. It is also from the Sanskrit meaning ‘victory’ or the German meaning ‘swift.’

Jayar – He who heals

Jaycob – Variant spelling of English Jacob, meaning ‘supplanter.’

Jaydan – Unclear

Jaydee – Name based on the way the initials J.D. sound

Jayden – Variant spelling of English unisex Jaden, meaning ‘jade.’

Jaydon – Variant spelling of English unisex Jaden, meaning ‘jade.’

Jaydyn – A variant the name Jayden which is derived from Jade, a green gemstone.

Jaye – Variant of names like Jason and Jacob.

Jaye – Variant spelling of English Jay, a short form of names beginning with the letter ‘J.’

Jaylan – A variation of the name Jalen or Jaylen , a modern and original American name.

Jaylen – Variant spelling of English Jalen, meaning ‘God lodges’ or ‘passing the night, tarrying.’

Jaylin – Variant spelling of English Jalen, meaning ‘God lodges’ or ‘passing the night, tarrying.’

Jaylon – Variant spelling of English Jalen, meaning ‘God lodges’ or ‘passing the night, tarrying.’

Jaylyn – Variant spelling of English Jalen, meaning ‘God lodges’ or ‘passing the night, tarrying.’

Jayme

Jaymes – Variant spelling of English James, meaning ‘supplanter.’

Jayron – Variant of names like Jason and Jacob.

Jayronn – Refers to doctor or therapist.

Jayshon – Unclear

Jayson – English variant spelling of Latin Jason, meaning ‘to heal.’

Jayston – The son of Jason.

Jaythan – Jaythan is a combination of Jay & Nathan. It means jay bird & God gives.

Jayvee – Phonetic name based on initials.

Jayvee – Resembles blue color jay bird.

Jayvi – A God who is independent and practical

Jaz – Unclear

Jazmina – Modern variant of Jasmine, blend of Jocelyn and the musical term jazz.

Jazz

Jeanelle – True grace is coming from God.

Jeb – Pet form of English Jacob, meaning ‘supplanter.’

Jecht – A restless and fortunate being

Jeckin – A variant of Jeckins which means Little John or John the Little

Jecori – Unclear

Jed – Short form of English Jedidiah, meaning ‘beloved of God’ or ‘friend of God.’

Jedda – The precious black shady gem stone.

Jedidiah – Anglicized form of Hebrew Yediydeyah, meaning ‘beloved of God,’ ‘delight of God,’ or ‘friend of God.’ In the bible, this is a name given to Solomon by Nathan.

Jeduthun – Anglicized form of Hebrew Yeduwthuwn, meaning ‘praising.’ In the bible, this is the name of a Levite of the family of Merari.

Jefery – Refers to freedom from dispute.

Jeff – Short form of English Jefferey, probably meaning ‘God’s peace.’

Jefferay – Form of Jeffrey (tourist)

Jefferey – Variant form of English Geoffrey, probably meaning ‘God’s peace.’

Jeffers – Son of Jeffrey

Jefferson – Son of Geoffrey, a surname adapted to occational given name use.

Jefferson – The name Jefferson is a boy’s name of English origin meaning ‘son of Jeffrey’.

Jeffersson – The son of Jeffer

Jeffery – Peaceful. Variant of Geoffrey in use since medieval times.

Jeffery – Variant spelling of English Jefferey, probably meaning ‘God’s peace.’

Jeffey – Concord of God.

Jeffie – Son of Jeffrey

Jefford – Gift of strength

Jeffrey – Peaceful

Jeffrey – The name Jeffrey is a boy’s name of German, English origin meaning ‘pledge of peace’.

Jeffrie – The person who has the harmony of God.

Jeffries – Life without troubles and temptations.

Jeffry – Variant spelling of English Jefferey, probably meaning ‘God’s peace.’

Jeffrye – A traveller or a district

Jeffy – Life with relax and calm.

Jehezekel – Anglicized form of Hebrew Yechezqel, meaning ‘God will strengthen.’ In the bible, this is the name of a prophet, the author of the Book of Ezekiel.

Jehiel – Anglicized form of Hebrew Yechiyel, meaning ‘ God lives’ or ‘whom God preserves alive.’ In the bible, this is the name of many characters, including a son of king Jehoshaphat.

Jehoahaz – Anglicized form of Hebrew Yehowachaz, meaning ‘Jehovah as seized’ or ‘whom Jehovah holds fast.’ In the bible, this is the name of two kings of Judah and a king of Israel.

Jehoash – Anglicized form of Hebrew Yehowash, meaning ‘given by the Lord’ or ‘whom Jehovah gave.’ In the bible, this is the name of a son of king Ahaziah and a son of king Jehoahaz.

Jehohanan – Anglicized form of Hebrew Yehowchanan, meaning ‘whom Jehovah gave.’ In the bible, this is the name of many characters, including a high priest who lived in the time of Ezra.

Jehoiachin – Anglicized form of Hebrew Yehowyakiyn, meaning ‘God establishes.’ In the bible, this is the name of a king of Judah, the son of Yehowyaqiym. He was imprisoned by Nebuchadnezzar.

Jehoiakim – Anglicized form of Hebrew Yehowyaqiym, meaning ‘Jehovah raises up.’ In the bible, this is the name of a king of Judah who was defeated by the Babylonians.

Jehonathan – Anglicized form of Hebrew Yehownathan, meaning ‘God has given.’ In the bible, this is the name of many characters, including the eldest son of Saul and a close friend of David.

Jehoram – Anglicized form of Hebrew Yehowram, meaning ‘God is exalted.’ In the bible, this is the name of several characters, including a king of Judah.

Jehosaphat – Variant spelling of English Jehoshaphat, meaning ‘God has judged’ or ‘whom God judges.’

Jehoshafat – Anglicized form of Hebrew Yehoshafat, meaning ‘God has judged’ or ‘whom God judges.’

Jehoshaphat – Anglicized form of Hebrew Yehowshaphat, meaning ‘God has judged’ or ‘whom God judges.’ In the bible, this is the name of many characters, including a king of Judah.

Jehoshua – Anglicized form of Hebrew Yehowshuwa, meaning ‘God is salvation.’ In the bible, this is the name of several characters, including the leader of the Israelites after Moses died. Joshua is another Anglicized form.

Jehovah – Anglicized form of Hebrew Yehovah, a pronunciation of God’s ineffable name, meaning ‘the existing one.’ The name was created by blending the letters of the tetragrammaton, YHWH, with the vowels from Adonai.

Jehu – Anglicized form of Hebrew Yehuw, meaning ‘God is He.’ In the bible, this is the name of several characters, including a king of Israel and a son of Hanani.

Jehudi – Anglicized form of Hebrew Yehuwdiy, meaning ‘Jew.’ In the bible, this is the name of a son of Nethaniah.

Jem – Pet form of English James ‘supplanter’ and Jeremy ‘Jehovah casts forth’ or ‘Jehovah hurls.’

Jemmy – Pet form of English James, meaning ‘supplanter.’

Jencarlos – Variant of Giancarlo, the name means God is good.

Jenkin – English surname transferred to forename use, from Middle English Jankin, meaning ‘God is gracious.’

Jenkins – God is merciful, God is Gracious

Jenner – An engineer who works among the armed people.

Jennings – Junior John or son of John.

Jennis – Variation of Jenny which is a diminutive of Jane and Jennifer.

Jennison – English – Son of Jan, Jennison is a variant of Jenison

Jenoah – Variants of Jenoa (knee or angle) and Genoah (From the city of Genoah)

Jenski – English – One who has come home, Coming Home.

Jenson – Junior Jen or born son of Jen.

Jenton – Jehovah has favoured with a son

Jenyd – The one who commands with a speed of spear.

Jeordie – A farmer, native of Tyneside

Jep – Short form of English Jephthah, meaning ‘he opens’ or ‘whom God sets free.’

Jephtha – Variant spelling of English Jephthah, meaning ‘he opens’ or ‘whom God sets free.’

Jephthah – Anglicized form of Greek Iephthae and Hebrew Yiphtach, meaning ‘he opens’ or ‘whom God sets free.’ In the bible, this is the name of a city and the name of a son of Gilead. Also spelled Jiphtah and Jephtha.

Jeptha – Variant spelling of English Jephthah, meaning ‘he opens’ or ‘whom God sets free.’

Jerahmeel – Anglicized form of Hebrew Yerachmeel, meaning ‘may God have pity’ or ‘whom God loves.’ In the bible, this is the name of several characters, including a son of Hezron.

Jerahmiel – Anglicized form of Hebrew Yerachmiel, meaning ‘may God have pity’ or ‘whom God loves.’ In the book of Enoch, this is the name of an archangel.

Jerald – Variant spelling of English Gerald, meaning ‘spear ruler.’

Jeramiah – Hebrew – Exalted by Yahweh, Appointed by Yahweh, A variant of the name Jeremiah

Jerande – The person who demands with a spear.

Jere – Short form of English Jeremiah, meaning ‘Jehovah casts forth’ or ‘Jehovah hurls.’

Jered – Anglicized form of Hebrew Yered, meaning ‘descent.’ In the bible, this is the name of the father of Enoch and a descendant of Judah. Also spelled Jared.

Jeremiah – Anglicized form of Greek Ieremias (‘Jehovah casts forth’ or ‘Jehovah hurls’) and Hebrew Yirmeyah (‘whom God has appointed’). In the bible, this is the name of many characters, including one of the six major prophets.

Jeremie – The Lord exalts, variant of Jeremiah

Jeremiel – Variant spelling of English Jerahmiel, meaning ‘may God have pity’ or ‘whom God loves.’

Jeremy – The Lord exalts, variant of Jeremiah

Jeremy – Variant form of English Jeremiah, meaning ‘Jehovah casts forth’ or ‘Jehovah hurls.’

Jeret – Brave with the spear

Jereth – Blend of jar and jer or gareth

Jerett – Spear strong. Variant of Garrett.

Jerett – Spear strong

Jeriah – Anglicized form of Hebrew Yeriyah, meaning ‘people of Jehovah’ or ‘taught by Jehovah.’ In the bible, this is the name of the chief of the house of Hebron. Also spelled Jerijah.

Jeric – A large town of fragrances

Jericho – Anglicized form of Hebrew Yeriychow, meaning ‘city of the moon’ or ‘place of fragrance.’ In the bible, this is the name of a city near the Dead Sea, abounding in fragrant products such as balsam and cyprus. Compare with another form of Jericho.

Jerick – Strong and gifted ruler

Jerijah – Anglicized form of Hebrew Yeriyah, meaning ‘people of Jehovah’ or ‘taught by Jehovah.’ In the bible, this is the name of the chief of the house of Hebron. Also spelled Jeriah.

Jerimiah – Hebrew – Exalted by Yahweh, Appointed by Yahweh, A variant of the name Jeremiah

Jermain

Jermaine

Jermaine – English variant spelling of French Germain, meaning ‘from Germany.’

Jermane – Singer jermaine jackson

Jermayne – Treated like a brother

Jerod – Variant of Garrett rules by the spear.

Jerold – Variant spelling of English Gerald, meaning ‘spear ruler.’

Jerome – English form of French Jerome, meaning ‘holy name.’

Jeromy – Old Greek – Sacred Name, One who bears a holy name

Jerrald – One who rules with the spear

Jerrall – Strong, open-minded. Blend of Jerold and Darell.

Jerrall – Has a great strength

Jerrard – Variant spelling of English Gerrard, meaning ‘spear strong.’

Jerred – Variant spelling of English Jared, meaning ‘descent.’

Jerree – Tremendous spearman

Jerrell – Jerrell means strong and open to the world.

Jerren – Modern variant of Israeli Jaron cry of rejoicing.

Jerren – Cry of rejoicing

Jerrett – Spear strong, variant of Garrett

Jerrett – Strong spear

Jerric – Strong, gifted ruler. Blend of Jer- and Derrick.

Jerrick – Strong, gifted ruler. Blend of Jer- and Derrick.

Jerrick – Hebrew – City of Fragrance, Slavic – Strong, Fierce, Favor, Grace

Jerriel – Blend of jer and derrick, God has seen

Jerrin – Modern variant of Israeli Jaron cry of rejoicing.

Jerrison – Bestowed as an independent given name, Mighty spearman

Jerrod – Variant spelling of English Jared, meaning ‘descent.’

Jerrold

Jerrold – Variant spelling of English Gerald, meaning ‘spear ruler.’

Jerron – Modern variant of Israeli Jaron cry of rejoicing.

Jerry – Variation of names beginning with Jer

Jerry – Pet form of English Jeremy, meaning ‘Jehovah casts forth’ or ‘Jehovah hurls.’ Compare with feminine Jerry.

Jersey – An island that is full of grass

Jervaine – A newage English American name whose meaning is unknown

Jervais – Servant of the spear

Jervis – Variant of the French name Gervaise spearman

Jervis – Variant spelling of English Jarvis, meaning ‘spear servant.’

Jeryl – Strong, open-minded. Blend of Jerold and Darell.

Jeryl – Blend of jerold and darell, Mighty with a spear

Jerzy – Old Greek – Farmer, Earthworker, A variant name of George

Jesaiah – Anglicized form of Hebrew Yeshayah, meaning ‘God is salvation.’ In the bible, this is the name of one of the most famous prophets. Also spelled Isaiah and Jeshaiah.

Jeshaiah – Anglicized form of Hebrew Yeshayah, meaning ‘God is salvation.’ In the bible, this is the name of one of the most famous prophets. Also spelled Isaiah and Jesaiah.

Jeshua – Anglicized form of Hebrew Yeshuwa, meaning ‘he is saved.’ In the bible, this is the name of many characters, including a son of Nun.

Jesimiel – Anglicized form of Hebrew Yesiymael, meaning ‘whom God makes,’ or possibly more fully ‘whom God makes grow old.’ In the bible, this is the name of a Simeonite chief of the family of Shimei.

Jess – Short form of English Jesse, meaning ‘gift.’ Compare with feminine Jess.

Jesse

Jesse – Anglicized form of Hebrew Yishay, meaning ‘I possess’ or ‘wealthy.’ In the bible, this is the name of the father of King David.

Jet – A black gemstone

Jether – Anglicized form of Hebrew Yether, meaning ‘overhanging’ or ‘abundance.’ In the bible, this is the name of many characters, including the father-in-law of Moses. He is also known by the name Jethro.

Jethro – From the Hebrew name (Yitro), which was derived from the Hebrew word (yeter) meaning ‘abundance’. According to the Old Testament, Jethro was a Midianite priest who sheltered Moses when he fled Egypt. He was the father of Zipporah, who became Moses’s wife. A famous bearer of the name was Jethro Tull (1674-1741), an English inventor and agriculturist

Jetson – The name Jetson is a boy’s name of English origin.

Jett – A black mineral or intense black color

Jett – English name meaning ‘jet (the mineral),’ from Latin gagates, meaning ‘lapis, stone from Gagai,’ a town in Lycia, Asia Minor.

Jevic – An easy-going and energetic being

Jex – The name Jex is a boy’s name of English origin, meaning supplanter’.

Jez – Lord baal

Jim

Jim – people with this name have desire to help people in every possible way. they are adventurous, creative and possess artistic ability.

Jimi – Variant spelling of English Jimmy, meaning ‘supplanter.’

Jimmi – coomunicative , out going, positive and full of energy people who struggle hard to achieve their goals. They love travelling, friendship and new things.

Jimmie

Jimmie – Variant spelling of English Jimmy, meaning ‘supplanter.’

Jimmy

Jimmy – English pet form of English/French James, meaning ‘supplanter.’

Jimmyl – independent, quick in decisions, frank, straightforward and simply do not tolerate hypocrisy. They keep themselves constantly busy and feel powerful in helping others.

Jinny – it means white wave. People with this name are dynamic in nature and have powerful and strong attitude. They love to help others because of their variant nature.

Jioi – Farmer or earth worker. A form of George

Jiphtah – Anglicized form of Hebrew Yiphtach, meaning ‘he opens’ or ‘whom God sets free.’ In the bible, this is the name of a city and the name of a son of Gilead. Also spelled Jephthah.

Jo – Variant spelling of English Joe, meaning ‘(God) shall add (another son).’ Compare with feminine Jo.

Joab – Anglicized form of Hebrew Yowab, meaning ‘Jehovah is father’ or ‘whose father is Jehovah.’ In the bible, this is the name of several characters, including a commander of King David’s army.

Joachim – Contracted form of English Jehoiakim, meaning ‘Jehovah raises up.’

Joah – Anglicized form of Hebrew Yowach, meaning ‘Jehovah is brother’ or ‘whose brother is Jehovah.’ In the bible, this is the name of several characters, including a son of Asaph.

Joahaz – Anglicized form of Hebrew Yowachaz, meaning ‘Jehovah as seized’ or ‘whom Jehovah holds fast.’ In the bible, this is the name of the father of Joah, Josiah’s chronicler.

Joannic – Joannic means God is Gracious. It originates from the Hebrew name Yochanan. It is also used as a surname and is represented in Christian religion

Joash – Anglicized form of Hebrew Yowash, meaning ‘given by the Lord.’ In the bible, this is the name of several characters, including the father of Gideon.

Job – Anglicized form of Greek Iob (Hebrew Iyowb), meaning ‘hated, oppressed.’ In the bible, this is the name of a patient man who was severely tested by God.

Jobe – Persecuted, he that weeps and cries, variant of Job

Joby – Pet form of English Job, meaning ‘hated, oppressed.’

Jocelyn – English surname transferred to unisex forename use, derived from the Old French personal name Joscelin, meaning ‘Gaut.’

Jock – Scottish form of English Jack, meaning ‘God is gracious.’

Jodari – Unclear

Jody – Nickname for Joseph and Jude.

Jody – Pet form of English Joseph, meaning ‘(God) shall add (another son).’ Compare with feminine Jody.

Joe

Joe – The name Joe is a boy’s name of Hebrew, English origin meaning ‘Jehovah increases’.

Joel – English form of Greek Ioel (Hebrew Yowel), meaning ‘Jehovah is God’ or ‘to whom Jehovah is God.’ In the bible, this is the name of many characters, including one of the minor prophets.

Joey

Joey – Pet form of English Joseph, meaning ‘(God) shall add (another son).’

Joffrey – Peace of a stranger, God’s peace , reconciliation,amity.A man of calibre

Johanan – Anglicized form of Hebrew Yowchanan, meaning ‘God is gracious.’

John – Anglicized form of Greek Ioannes (Latin Johannes), meaning ‘God is gracious.’ In the bible, this is the name of many characters, including John the Baptist.

Johnathan – Variant spelling of English Jonathan, meaning ‘God has given.’

Johnathon – Variant spelling of English Jonathan, meaning ‘God has given.’

Johnie – Pet form of English John, meaning ‘God is gracious.’

Johnn

Johnnie

Johnnie – English unisex pet form of John and Johnna, both meaning ‘God is gracious.’

Johnny

Johnny – John means God is gracious and kind,pal means small and humble

Johnpaul – It is the patronym of the name John,literally meaning the son of John.

Johnson – Son of John, most common as a last name

Johnson – The name Johnson is a boy’s name of English origin meaning ‘son of John’.

Johntel – God is merciful

Jojo – Unisex pet form of English Joe ‘(God) shall add (another son)’ and Jo ‘God is gracious.’

Joktan – Anglicized form of Hebrew Yoqtan, meaning ‘small.’ In the bible, this is the name of a descendant of Shem.

Joldewin – people with this name are highly imaginative and are dreamers. They desire for true love and friends. They are visionary and also inspired by others.

Jolly – Cheerful, Happy, Merry, Joyous.

Jolyon – Medieval English variant spelling of Roman Latin Julian, meaning ‘descended from Jupiter (Jove).’

Jon – Variant of John or abbreviation of Jonathan, Jon is sometimes used in the French fashion, hyphenated with a second name like Jon-Carlo or Jon-Paul.

Jon – Pet form of English Jonathan, meaning ‘God has given.’ Compare with other forms of Jon.

Jona – Anglicized form of Latin Jonas (Greek Ionas), meaning ‘dove.’

Jonah – Anglicized form of Hebrew Yonah, meaning ‘dove.’ In the bible, this is the name of a prophet who was swallowed by a great fish.

Jonas – it means Dove. People with this name are very soft spoken and kind hearted. They love helping others and providing advice to family and friends.

Jonathan – Anglicized form of Hebrew Yownathan, meaning ‘God has given.’ In the bible, this is the name of the eldest son of Saul and a close friend of David.

Jonathon – Variant spelling of English Jonathan, meaning ‘God has given.’

Jones – The name Jones is a boy’s name of English origin meaning ‘God is gracious’.

Jonesy – The name Jonesy is a boy’s name of English origin meaning ‘God is gracious’.

Jonn

Jonn – such people are elegant and value their relations. They go in the profession of handcrafts or mechanic. They do dream big.

Jonnie

Jonny – Hebrew – Yahweh has given, Gift of Yahweh, Yahweh is gracious, A variant of name John

Jontae – Hebrew – Yahweh is gracious, Yahweh is merciful, A variant of name John

Jonty – A diminuative of the name Jonathan derived from the Hebrew Yonathan meaning God has given’ or ‘God is gracious’.

Jools – English form of French Jules, meaning ‘descended from Jupiter (Jove).’

Jophiel – Anglicized form of Hebrew Yophiel, meaning ‘beauty of God.’ In Jewish lore, this is the name of an archangel.

Jopie – Hebrew – Yahweh will add, God Will Multiply, A variant of Joseph

Joram – Anglicized form of Greek Ioram and Hebrew Yowram, meaning ‘God is exalted.’ In the bible, this is the name of several characters, including a king of Judah.

Jordain

Jordan – Anglicized form of Greek Iordanes and Hebrew unisex Yarden, meaning ‘flowing down.’ In the Old Testament bible, this is the name of a river in Palestine. In the New Testament, Jesus was baptized in this river by John the Baptist.

Jordanka – they are noble and charm in personality. They attain success easily and joyful.they always give you the attention and time properly.

Jordi – Variant spelling of English unisex Jordie, meaning ‘flowing down.’ Compare with another form of Jordi.

Jordie – Pet form of English unisex Jordan, meaning ‘flowing down.’

Jordon – Variant spelling of English unisex Jordan, meaning ‘flowing down.’

Jordy

Jordyn – Variant spelling of English unisex Jordan, meaning ‘flowing down.’

Jorell – Father

Jorge – A derivative of Greek word Georgos meaning Farmer, A Tiller of the Soil, Earth Worker

Jorrin – English – American – Loved by God, A variant form of the name Jorryn

Josaphat – Anglicized form of Greek Iosaphat, meaning ‘God has judged’ or ‘whom God judges.’ In the bible, this is the name of a king of Judah.

Jose Luis – God will increase, Illustrious in fight, Saint Like

Joseph – Anglicized form of Greek Ioseph (Hebrew Yehowceph and Yowceph), meaning ‘(God) shall add (another son).’ In the bible, this is the name of the husband of Mary the mother of Jesus, and the name of the eleventh son of Jacob who became an advisor to the pharaoh of Egypt.

Joses – Anglicized form of Greek Ioses, meaning ‘exalted.’ In the bible, this is the name of a brother of Jesus.

Josh – Short form of English Joshua, meaning ‘God is salvation.’

Joshaphat – Anglicized form of Hebrew Yowshaphat, meaning ‘God has judged’ or ‘whom God judges.’ In the bible, this is the name of a priest and the name of one of King David’s warriors.

Joshawa – Variant spelling of English Joshua, meaning ‘God is salvation.’

Joshua – Anglicized form of Hebrew Yehowshuwa, meaning ‘God is salvation.’ In the bible, this is the name of several characters, including the leader of the Israelites after Moses died. Jehoshua is another Anglicized form.

Josiah – Anglicized form of Hebrew Yoshiyah (Greek Josias), meaning ‘whom Jehovah heals.’ In the bible, this is the name of the sixteenth king of Judah.

Josilyn – Medieval male name adopted as a feminine name.

Joss – Pet form of English unisex Jocelyn, meaning ‘Gaut.’

Josse – Middle English form of Norman French Josce, meaning ‘lord.’

Jotham – Anglicized form of Hebrew Yowtham, meaning ‘God is perfect.’ In the bible, this is the name of several characters, including the youngest son of Gideon.

Jouaf – The name depicts an aggressive and independent character in person. People with this name have leadership and forceful qualities. Such people maintain the balance in their life.

Jouko – The name depicts an aggressive character in person. People with this name have leadership and forceful qualities. Such people maintain the balance in their life.

Joules – Joules are courageous, honest, creative, innovent and brilliant persons. They have leadership qualities.

Joumana – They are creative, brilliant and confident people specially infront of the audience. They like to accept the biggest challenges.

Jourdain – They are honest, intellectual and professional people. They feel themselves incomplete withour sharing their ideas or work routine.

Jourdon

Journey – Journey means a trip. It also the name of a popular ’80s band.

Jovani – Hebrew – Yahweh is gracious, Yahweh is merciful, A variant of name John

Jovian – Hebrew – Yahweh is gracious, Yahweh is merciful, A variant of name Jovan

Jovon – Hebrew – Yahweh is gracious, Yahweh is merciful, A variant of name Jovan

Jowan – Hebrew – Yahweh is gracious, Yahweh is merciful, A variant of name Jovan and John

Jowell – Variant of Jewell, the name means the Lord is my savior.

Joyce – English unisex form of Norman French Josce, meaning ‘lord.’ In the Middle Ages, this was a masculine name, now it is almost strictly feminine.

Joydev – such people are elegant and value their relations. They go in the profession of handcrafts or mechanic. They do dream big.

Jubal – Anglicized form of Hebrew Yuwbal, meaning ‘river, stream.’ In the bible, this is the name of a son of Lamech.

Jubilant – Great joy, Rejoicing, Celebrating Triumph.

Jucentius – they are noble and charm in personality. They attain success easily and joyful.they always give you the attention and time properly.

Juda – Variant spelling of English Judah, meaning ‘praised.’

Judah – Anglicized form of Hebrew Yehuwdah, meaning ‘praised.’ In the bible, this is the name of many characters, including the fourth son of Jacob and Leah, the founder of one of the twelve tribes of Israel.

Judd – To flow down, originally a familiar form of Jordan, but became more of a name in its own right centuries ago when it was used to refer to children who were baptized with water from the river Jordan. The name is also used as a variant of Judah.

Judd – Medieval pet form of English Jordan, meaning ‘flowing down.’

Jude – Another Anglicized form of Hebrew Yehuwdah, meaning ‘praised.’ In the bible, this is the name of the brother of James.

Judge – To judge

Judson – The name Judson is a boy’s name of English origin meaning ‘son of Jordan’.

Julaybib – Brave Martyr

Jules – French form of Roman Latin Julius, meaning ‘descended from Jupiter (Jove).’ In use by the English.

Julian

Julian – Short form of Roman Latin Julianus, meaning ‘descended from Jupiter (Jove).’ In use by the English.

Julien – the name is very plesant and so do their personality, they are joyful, cheerful and help to bring laughter in others life as well.

Julija – they are known because of being social and get fame. They become wealthy with the passage of time. They are admirable persons.

Julyan – English form of Roman Latin Julian, meaning ‘descended from Jupiter (Jove).’

Jun – Chinesee – Truth, Japanese – Obedient, Latin – Younger, Young Child

Junior – English pet name for a boy who has the same name as his father, derived from Latin junior, meaning ‘young.’

Junius – Latin – Dedicated to Juno, Younger, Young Child, A variant of the name Julius and Junior

Jurg – Old Greek – Farmer, Earth Worker, A variant form of the English George

Jurica – Croatian form of Simon, meaning farmer.

Juris – Old Greek – Farmer, Earth Worker, A variant form of the English George

Jurmin – One who is desirable and very strong

Jurrijn – Farmer, Earth Worker

Justain – Justain means Upright, Righteous

Justice – Just, upright, righteous

Justice – English unisex name derived from a Middle English and Old French byname for a fair-minded person, meaning ‘equity, justice.’

Justin

Justin – English form of Roman Latin Justinus, meaning ‘fair, just.’

Justis – Just, upright, righteous. Form of New Testament Biblical name Justus.

Justy – Unisex pet form of English Justin and Justine, both meaning ‘fair, just.’

Justyn

Jy – Sensitive and refind individual

Jye – The English meaning of the name is Jay Bird, in Sanskrit the name means Victory

English boy names starting with K

Kade

Kade – Variant spelling of English Cade, ’round and lumpy.’

Kaden – Variant spelling of English Caden, probably meaning ‘little battle.’

Kadence – This unisex name is derived from the musical term cadence which is the flow of sound in a song or poem.

Kadia – Rhyming, Pure, A variant of Cady meaning a rhythmic flow of sounds

Kadin – Companion

Kadyn – The name Kadyn means Fighter

Kae – Variant spelling of English Kay, meaning ‘lord.’ Compare with feminine Kae.

Kaeb – A trusted person who like surprises

Kaedee – Kaedee means Rhymingor Cady

Kaelem – Kealem means an Honest Man

Kaelyn – Form of CAELYN – Meadow, waterfall pool

Kaeson – This name is a variation of the name ‘Kyson,’ which means the son of Ky. It is also a surname.

Kaiden – Kaiden means Companion

Kaidyn – Kaidyn name means Friend, Companion

Kailene – Kailene name means He Who Keeps the Keys

Kailum – Kailum means The one who Has the Keys

Kaison – Keeper of the keys, modern variant of Kai

Kaison – Derived from Cawston which is the name of a place

Kaius – Kaius means to give praise.

Kale – Variant of Cale, kind-hearted and sweet. Can also refer to the increasingly popular vegetable.

Kalem – A truthful man

Kalen

Kallen – Slim

Kalten – An expressive and reasonable person

Kalvin – Hairless, Bald

Kam – Short form of English Kameron, meaning ‘crooked nose.’

Kamden – Kamden means a winding hill. It can also be spelled Camden.

Kamdyn – Variant of Camden, free-spirited, refused to make plans, goes with the flow.

Kameron – English masculine form of Scottish unisex Cameron, meaning ‘crooked nose.’

Kamren – Kamren name means Crooked Nose

Kamron – Kamrn means He has a Crooked Nose

Kamryn – The name means His Nose is Crooked

Kamrynn – Kamrynn means The One whose nose is Crooked

Kanahins – Hopeful and noble spirited individual

Kanca – Kanca means an Attractive Man

Kandot – A quick thinker who likes philosophy

Kandyhn – One who is great and polite individual

Kane – Anglicized form of Irish Gaelic Cathan, meaning ‘little battle.’

Kannon – Variation of Canon which refers to a Church official

Kaolin – Anglicized form of Gaelic Caolan, meaning ‘little slender one.’

Karac – A spiritual, religious and respectable being, fortunate

Karhedin – A quick one, honest and amusing

Karidena – An inspirational and talented human being

Karina – Karina means Pure

Karrington – Karrington menas One who is Admired

Karsen – Variant of Carson, doesn’t mind getting his hands dirty, hard worker.

Karson – Karson means A Christian

Karston – Karston means Anointed

Karter – Variant of Carter, the name means someone who brings things from one place to another.

Kase – Word name

Kasen – Variant of Carson, the name means a free man.

Kasey – Variant spelling of English unisex Casey, meaning ‘vigilant, wakeful.’

Kash – Kash means money, profit, it’s often spelled Cash.

Kason – Variant of Carson, the name means a free man.

Kasper – English form of Spanish Gaspar, meaning ‘treasure bearer.’ Early Christians assigned names to the three Magi (‘wise men from the east’) who visited the baby Jesus. They are mentioned but not named in the bible, Kasper is one of them, the other two are Balthasar and Melchior. Also spelled Casper and Jasper. Compare with another form of Kasper.

Kassidy – Variant spelling of English unisex Cassidy, meaning ‘curly(-headed).’

Kasyn – Variant of Kason, the name means untainted.

Kavon – Of a little deer

Kay – English form of Welsh Kai, meaning ‘lord.’ In Arthurian legend, this is the name of one of the first Knights of the Round Table. He was the son of Sir Ector, the foster brother of King Arthur, and is noted for having an acid tongue and boorish behavior, but mostly for trying to take credit when Arthur pulled the sword from the stone. Compare with another form of Kay.

Kaydence – This unisex name is derived from the musical term cadence which is the flow of sound in a song or poem.

Kaydin – A shortened form of Kaydence which comes from the musical term cadence meaning the flow of sound in a song or poem.

Kaylan – The name Kaylan means ‘keeper of the keys’ or ‘pure’.

Kaylin – Form of CAELYN – Meadow, waterfall pool

Kaysen – Modern Invented Name

Kean – Anglicized form of Irish Gaelic Cian, meaning ‘ancient, distant.’

Keanan

Keandre

Keane – Variant spelling of English Kean, meaning ‘ancient, distant.’

Keannen

Kearney – Irish surname transferred to forename use, from an Anglicized form of Gaelic O Cearnaigh ‘descendant of Cearnaigh,’ hence ‘victor, winner.’

Keatan – Shed town

Keatley – The name means Shed Town, mostly used as a surname

Keaton – English surname transferred to forename use, probably from the place name Keaton in Ermington, Devon, composed of the Cornish word kee ‘bank, hedge’ and Old English tun ‘settlement,’ hence ‘settlement on the bank.’

Keats – Keats means Shed Town, mostly used as a surname

Keddrick – Keddrick means Gifted with Splendor

Kedric – Battle or war leader, variant of Cedric

Kedric – Kedric means Gift of Splendor

Kedrick – Kedrick means Splendor is Given

Keduse – The name means She is a Gift of Splendor

Keeandre – The name means Keen Power

Keefe – Irish surname transferred to forename use, from an Anglicized form of Gaelic O Caoimh ‘descendant of Caomh,’ hence ‘beloved, comely.’

Keegan – Irish surname transferred to forename use, from an Anglicized form of Gaelic Mac Aodhagain ‘son of Aodhagan,’ hence ‘tiny little fire.’

Keelan – Irish surname transferred to unisex forename use, from a contracted form of the surname Keelahan, an Anglicized form of Gaelic O Ceileachain, ‘descendant of Ceileachain,’ hence ‘little companion.’

Keelin – Variant spelling of English unisex Keelan, meaning ‘little companion.’

Keenan – Anglicized form of Irish Gaelic Cianan, meaning ‘little ancient one.’

Keene

Keerth – Keeth means From the Woods

Keeton – Keetion means a Place where Hawks Soar

Kegan – Variant spelling of English Keegan, meaning ‘tiny little fire.’

Keifer – German – Pine Tree, Barrel Maker, Hebrew – Son of Lion.

Keir – Variant spelling of English Kerr, meaning ‘from the marshland.’

Keith – Scottish surname transferred to forename use, probably derived from a Celtic word meaning ‘forest, wood.’

Kelan – Variant spelling of English unisex Keelan, meaning ‘little companion.’

Kelby – From a settlement near a spring

Kelcey – Variant spelling of English unisex Kelsey, meaning ‘ship-victory.’

Keldan – From the port

Keleman – Gentle, Kind, A variant of name Clement

Kell – Short form of English unisex Kelly, meaning ‘bright-headed.’

Kelley – Variant spelling of English unisex Kelly, meaning ‘bright-headed.’

Kelly – Anglicized unisex form of Irish Gaelic Ceallach, meaning ‘bright-headed.’

Kelsey – From the island, possibly from the island of ships

Kelsey – English surname transferred to unisex forename use, derived from the Old Anglo-Saxon personal name Ceolsige, meaning ‘ship-victory.’

Kelten – Kelten means Town of Keels

Kelton – The name Kelton is a boy’s name of English origin meaning ‘town of the keels’.

Kelvan – River, narrow

Kelven – River man.

Kelvin – First used in the 1920s, this English name was derived from the name of a Scottish river, possibly meaning ‘friendly river.’

Kelvun – River, narrow

Kelvynn – River, narrow

Kemery – Kemery means From the place Cambrai

Kemp – English occupational surname transferred to forename use, from the Middle English word kempe ‘athlete, wrestler,’ from Old English kempa, meaning ‘champion, warrior.’

Kempe – Kempe means Champion, Athlete

Kempton – Kempton means Son of the Champion

Ken – Nickname of Kenneth and an abbreviation of names beginning with Ken-, Ken is also known as the main squeeze of the world famous Barbie doll.

Ken – Short form of English Kenneth, meaning both ‘born of fire’ and ‘comely, finely made.’ Also used as a nickname for other names that begin with Ken-. Compare with another form of Ken.

Kenan – Anglicized form of Hebrew Qeynan, meaning ‘possession.’ In the bible, this is the name of a son of Enosh. Also spelled Cainan.

Kenard – Old English – Bold, Keen, Royal, Warden, Guard, Brave, Hardy

Kenaz – Anglicized form of Hebrew Qenaz, meaning ‘hunter.’ In the bible, this is the name of a son of Eliphaz and a brother of Caleb.

Kendal

Kendal – Variant spelling of English unisex Kendall, meaning ‘exalted effigy.’

Kendall – Valley of the Kent, This surname has become a unisex name and likely refers to a river in England.

Kendall – English surname transferred to unisex forename use, derived from the Welsh masculine personal name Cynddelw, meaning ‘exalted effigy.’

Kendel – Kendel means The Royal Valley

Kendell – Kendell means The Valley of the Royals

Kendric – Kendric means Brave and Fearless Chief

Kendrick – English surname transferred to forename use, probably derived from the Middle English personal name Cenric, meaning ‘keen power.’

Kendriek – Kendriek means Royal Chieftain

Kendrik – Celtic – High Summit, Greatest Champion, Royal Ruler, Son of Harry, Royal Chieftain.

Kendrix – Kendrix means Royal Leader of the Clan

Kendryck – Kendryck means Son of Hary, A Brave Lader of Tribe

Kendryk – Kendryk menas Son a Hary, Chief

Kendul – Kendul means Chief is Brave

Kenelm – Bold defender, Saint Kenelm was a ninth-century prince (or perhaps king) of Mercia.

Kenelm – The name Kenelm is a boy’s name of English origin meaning ‘brave helmet, protection’.

Keneth – The name means Good-looking and a Handome Man

Keneweard – The name means Royal Protector

Kenewrec – Kenewrec means Royal and Brave

Kenith – Variant spelling of English Kenneth, meaning both ‘born of fire’ and ‘comely, finely made.’

Kenley – Kenley means The Meadow of the Royal’s

Kenlie – Kenlie means the Meadow of King’s and Queen’s

Kenly

Kenly – Kenly means Comes from the King’s Meadow

Kennaird – Kennaird means Bold

Kennald – Kannald means He is Bold

Kennan – Variant of Ken, Kenneth.

Kennard – English name probably derived from Anglo-Saxon Cyneweard, meaning ‘royal guard.’

Kenneally – Kenneally means Head of Wolf

Kennedy – Irish surname transferred to unisex forename use in honor of the assassinated American president John F. Kennedy, derived from an Anglicized form of Gaelic Cinneidigh, meaning ‘ugly head.’

Kenneth

Kenneth – Anglicized form of Scottish Gaelic Cinaed, meaning ‘born of fire.’ This was probably the first Anglicization.

Kennison – Kennison means The Son of the Beautifyl Woman

Kennith – Variant spelling of English Kenneth, meaning both ‘comely, finely made’ and ‘born of fire.’

Kenny – Pet form of English Kenneth, meaning both ‘comely, finely made’ and ‘born of fire.’

Kenric – Celtic – High Summit, Greatest Champion, Royal Ruler, Son of Harry, Royal Chieftain.

Kenrick – Variant spelling of English Kendrick, meaning ‘keen power.’

Kenrik – Celtic – High Summit, Greatest Champion, Royal Ruler, Son of Harry, Royal Chieftain.

Kensey – Kensey means The King’s Victory

Kensington – Kensington means The Cysinge Town

Kent – Compare with another form of Kent. English surname transferred to forename use, meaning ‘from Kent.’

Kentan – From Kent

Kentigern – Anglicized form of Scottish Gaelic Ceanntighern, meaning ‘head lord.’

Kentley – The name means From the Edge of the Meadow

Kenton – From the royal settlement or town, likely related to the county Kent in England, surname

Kenton – English surname transferred to forename use, composed of Old English Cena and tun ‘settlement,’ hence ‘Cena’s settlement.’

Kentrell – Variant of Kent, the name means on the edge.

Kenward – Bold guardian

Kenward – Kenward means Guardian, The Bold one who Guards

Kenway – Bold warrior

Kenway – Kenway means The Warrior who is Bold and Brave

Kenweard – The name means The One who is Bold, The Guardian

Kenyon – Irish surname transferred to forename use, from an Anglicized form of Gaelic Mac Coinin ‘son of Coinin,’ hence ‘little wolf.’

Kenzie – Short form of English unisex Mackenzie, meaning ‘comely, finely made.’

Kenzo – Meaning The town of Cynsige’s People

Keon – A modern name , possibly derived from the Hawaiian version of John, Keoni, or a variant of the name Cian from the Gaelic , meaning ‘ancient’.

Keondryc – Hill, power

Ker – house

Kermit – Anglicized form of Irish Gaelic Diarmaid, meaning ‘without envy.’

Kerr – Scottish surname transferred to English forename use, meaning ‘from the marshland.’

Kerrick – The name Kerrick is believed to have originated from Scotland or England as a blend of the words Carr or Karr, meaning rock or craig and edge or ridge. Could also be viewed as a variant of Kerr meaning marshland.

Kerrie – Variant spelling of English unisex Kerry, meaning ‘Ciar’s people.’

Kerrigan – Kerrick means King’s Rule

Kerry – English unisex name derived from the name of an Irish county, Ciarrai, meaning ‘Ciar’s people.’ Compare with strictly feminine Kerry.

Kerstin – The name means Watercress Island

Kerwin – From Curwen

Keshaun – Elaborated form of English Shaun, meaning ‘God is gracious.’

Keshawn – Elaborated form of English Shawn, meaning ‘God is gracious.’

Keshon – God is merciful

Keshori – Keshon means God’s Merciful

Kesri – Kesley means Ship, Victory

Ketama – A naive and compassionate person

Kevan – Variant spelling of English Kevin, meaning ‘little comely one.’

Kevin – Anglicized form of Irish Gaelic Caoimhin, meaning ‘little comely one.’

Kevyn – Variant spelling of English Kevin, meaning ‘little comely one.’

Keyan – Celtic – Born of the Yew, Greek – Well Born, Noble, A variant of Keon

Keyon – The name Keyon is a boy’s name of English origin meaning ‘guide, leading’.

Keyona – Keyona means He Who is Leading the People

Keytcn – A nurturing and creative individual

Keyton – A place where the hawks fly.

Khiry – Unclear

Khristopher – Variant of Kristopher, the name means bearing the name of Christ.

Kian – Anglicized form of Irish Gaelic Cian, meaning ‘ancient, distant.’

Kiaran – Anglicized form of Irish Gaelic Ciaran, meaning ‘little black one.’

Kieran – Variant spelling of English Kiaran, meaning ‘little black one.’

Kieron – Variant spelling of English Kiaran, meaning ‘little black one.’

Kiker – An altered spelling of German Giger, Habitational name for someone from Kieck

Killan – No meaning as this is a modern name, May be a variant of Killian which means little church

Killeen – Anglicized form of Irish Gaelic Cillin, meaning ‘little warrior.’

Killian – Variant spelling of English Killeen, meaning ‘little warrior.’ Compare with another form of Killian.

Kilvin – River, narrow

Kim – Warrior chief

Kim – Short form of English unisex Kimberley, meaning ‘King’s City Meadow.’ Compare with another form of Kim.

Kimball

Kimball – English surname transferred to forename use, from the Middle English personal name Kimbel, meaning ‘royal courage.’

Kimbel – Middle English form of Anglo-Saxon Cynebeal, meaning ‘royal courage.’

Kimberley – English surname transferred to unisex forename use, from the name of a South African town first brought to the public’s notice by the Boer War in the 19th century. The town was named for Lord Kimberley whose ancestors derived their name from a place in England composed of the Old English elements cyne ‘king,’ burg ‘city’ and leah ‘meadow, pasture,’ hence ‘King’s City Meadow.’

Kimberly – Cyneburg’s clearing

Kimmey – Kimmey means Chief

Kimmy – Meadow

Kimn – Kimn means Ruler

King – King is one of several titles occasionally used as given names.

King – King is a short form of the names Kingston and Kingsley. It means ‘from the King’s estate’ or ‘King’s field’. It was a surname given to members of the royal family.

Kingdon – Kingdon means From the King’s Hall

Kingman – Kingman means King’s man

Kingshuk – Kingsuk means The Ruler’s help

Kingsley – From the king”s meadow, surname

Kingsley – English surname transferred to unisex forename use, from the name of various places called Cyningesleah, composed of the Old English elements cyne ‘king,’ and leah ‘meadow, pasture,’ hence ‘king’s meadow.’

Kingslie – Kingslie means The Wood of the King

Kingsly – Kingsly means The Forest of the King

Kingston – From the king’s village or estate

Kingston – The name Kingston is a boy’s name of English origin meaning ‘king’s town’.

Kingswell – Kingswell means King’s Water Spring

Kinlee – Kinlee means White Warrior

Kinley – Kinley means The White Fighter

Kinnery – Kinnery means Relatives

Kinsey – Victorious

Kinsey – victorious prince

Kinsler – Kinsler means overprotective.

Kinsley – Kinsley means ‘King’s meadow’ or ‘King’s field’ and is used mainly in the English language.

Kinsly – Kinsly name means He Comes from the King’s Field

Kinsteon – Kinsteon means The Place of A King

Kip – Derived from Old English origin meaning ‘one from the pointed hill’ it is a short form of the English name Kipp.

Kipling – The name Kipling is a boy’s name of English origin.

Kipp – From the pointed hill

Kipp – Middle English name, possibly originally a byname meaning ‘fat man,’ from the Germanic root kupp, meaning ‘to swell.’

Kippar – From the pointed hill

Kippar – Kippar name means Pointed Hill

Kipper – Kipper means He Came from the Pointed Hill

Kippie – From the pointed hill

Kippie – Kippie means One from the Pointed Hill

Kipton – Kipton means One from the King’s Fortress

Kiptyn – Kiptyn means From the Royal Meadow

Kirby – English surname transferred to forename use, from the name of numerous places composed of the Old Norse elements kirkja ‘church’ and byr ‘settlement,’ hence ‘church settlement.’

Kirk – From the church, a nickname for many male English names related to churches, such as Kirkland and Kirkwood

Kirk – English surname transferred to forename use, originally an English and Scottish name for someone who ‘lives near a church,’ derived from the Old Norse word kirkja, meaning ‘church.’

Kirkby – Kirkby means Village with a Church

Kirkland – Kirkland means Land of the Church

Kirklea – Means from the Church’s Meadow

Kirklee – The name means Church Clearing

Kirkley – From the church”s meadow

Kirkley – Kirkley means From the Church’s Meadow

Kirkly – The name means From the Church meadow

Kirkwood – From the forest near the church, surname

Kirkwood – Kirkwood means Woods by the Church

Kirt – Kirt means Courteous

Kit – Pet form of English Christopher, meaning ‘Christ-bearer.’ Compare with another form of Kit.

Kitt – Kitt name means Bearer of the Christ

Klancy – Klancy means Red Warrior

Klay – The name means Clay

Klayton – A variant of Clayton which is derived from the surname given to someone who lived in a settlement of clay ground. It means ‘clay settlement’.

Kleef – Kleef means One from the Cliff

Klemens – Klemens means Merciful

Klement – Klement means He is full od Mercy

Kliff – The name means Cliff

Klimentini – The meaning of the name is He is Kind and full of Mercy

Klinten – Hill town

Klinton – Hill town

Klyve – Klyve means The River Bank

Knight – The name means a Knight

Knightley – The name means The Knight’s Meadow

Knocks – The name means He is from the Hills

Knowledge – Knowledge means information, data.

Knowles – The name means Little Hill

Knowlton – The name means The Grassy Slope in the Forest

Knowshon – One who has knowledge and wise attitude

Knox – From the hills

Knox – English surname transferred to forename use, from Old English cnocc ’round-topped hill,’ hence ‘lives on a hilltop.’

Knucker – Water monster

Kobe

Kobey – Protected

Kobie – Protected

Koby

Koby – Hebrew – Yahweh may protect, Holder of Heel, Supplanter, A diminutive form of name Jacob

Koda – Koda means The Allies, Partners

Kodey – Variant spelling of English unisex Kody, meaning ‘helper.’

Kodi – Kodi means Helpful, Beneficial

Kodie – Kodie means Cooperative

Kody – Variant spelling of English unisex Cody, meaning ‘helper.’

Koen – Koen means The Brave Counseler

Koenraad – The name means The Brave Counsel

Kohath – Anglicized form of Hebrew Qehath, meaning ‘assembly.’ In the bible, this is the name of a son of Levi and a grandson of Jacob.

Kohl – black

Kohlman – Dove

Koit – Day break, Estonian word meaning Dawn

Kolbe – Variant of Colby, the name means someone who works in the coal mines.

Kolby – Variant of Colby, the name means someone who works in the coal mines.

Kole – Variant spelling of English Cole, meaning ‘coal-black, swarthy.’

Kolman – Variant spelling of English Colman, meaning ‘dove.’ Compare with another form of Kolman.

Kolt – Youthful, young at heart, precious.

Koltan – Coal town

Kolter – Young horse

Kolton – Variant of Colton, the name translates to a town of coal.

Koltyn – A spelling variant of Colton, this English name has been known to have two meanings: a town where colts are bred as well as a place where coal is mined.

Konnor – Variant spelling of English Connor, meaning ‘hound-lover.’

Koop – Barrel maker

Kooper – Not afraid of unconventional dreams, does what he loves.

Korah – Anglicized form of Hebrew Qorach, meaning ‘bald’ or ‘ice.’ In the bible, this is the name of a Levite who led a rebellion against Moses and Aaron.

Korbin – Raven-haired

Korbin – Modern variant spelling of Middle English and Old French Corbin, meaning ‘little crow’ or ‘little raven.’

Korbyn – Variant of Corbin, mysterious, keeps his emotions to himself.

Kordae – The name means means Coal Worker, Dark Skinned

Kordale – The name means Cord Maker

Kordell – Also spelled ‘Cordell,’ this name means a rope-maker.

Korey – Variant spelling of English Corey, possibly meaning ‘deep hollow, ravine.’

Kori – Variant spelling of English Korey, possibly meaning ‘deep hollow, ravine.’

Koribella – Koribella is mostly used as a surname, means Holder of the Spear

Korie – Korie means a Seething Pool

Korrigan – Korrigan means Who is Good with Spear

Kortney – Variant spelling of English unisex Courtney, meaning ‘short nose.’

Kory – Variant spelling of English Korey, possibly meaning ‘deep hollow, ravine.’

Koshon – The name means Unclear

Kourtney – Variant spelling of English unisex Courtney, meaning ‘short nose.’

Kramer – Kramer is a Traveling Merchant

Kreshaun – The name means The God is Merciful

Krew – This variation of the word ‘crew’ means a group of people.

Kripl – A spontaneous and nature loving person

Kris – English unisex short form of longer names beginning with Kris-.

Krisann – Krissan means The one who Follows Christ

Kriss – Kriss means Follower of the Christ

Krissy – Krissy means The one who Follows Christ

Kristiyan – A variant of name Kristian and means Christian

Kristle – A lady of christals

Kristofer – A person who holds Christ in their heart

Kristofferson – The son of the Christian

Kristopher – Variant spelling of English Christopher, meaning ‘Christ-bearer.’

Krosbie – The name means Next to a Cross

Kruse – The name means Person with a Curly Hair

Krystine – Christian, A derivative of name Christine.

Kuepper – Barrel maker

Kurt – Short form of English Kurtis, meaning ‘courteous.’ Compare with another form of Kurt.

Kurtis – Variant spelling of English Curtis, meaning ‘courteous.’

Kyd – The name Kyd is a boy’s name of English origin.

Kygo – One who is born to protect

Kyler – Living near a narrow channel

Kylynne – A fortunate, happy and creative individual

Kymani – The name means Adventurous Traveller

Kymmy – Means Bold, Brave

Kynaston – English surname transferred to forename use, from the name of various places derived from Old English Cynefri?estun, meaning ‘settlement of Cynefri?.’

Kyne – Royal, Wild Goose, Barnacle Goose, A variant spelling is Kine

Kyneburg – The name means The Royal’s Valley

Kyng – Benevolent leader, of royalty and nobility.

Kynton – The name means From the Royal Manor

Kyran – Variant spelling of English Kieran, meaning ‘little black one.’

Kyrese – A modern name made up of random familiar name elements , most likely inspired by the popular, invented name Tyrese.

Kyrk – Dweller by the Church, Church, The Church of Scottish, A variant spelling is Kirk

Kyrkwode – The name means From the Forest of the Church

Kyrstyan – The name means he who has Christ in his Heart

Kyson – The name Kyson is a boy’s name of English origin meaning ‘son of Kyle’.

Kywan – God is merciful

English boy names starting with L

L’Pree – The prize

Laban – Derived from Hebrew (lavan) meaning ‘white’. In the Old Testament this is the name of the father of Rachel and Leah

Labor – The name means TO Work

Lach

Lach – Lach means Person who lives near a Water

Lache

Lache – Lache means His habitat is near Water

Lad – Lad means Young Man, Manservant

Ladainian – One who is from Denmark and follower of Christ

Ladbroc – Lives by the path by the brook

Ladbroc – Labroc means He Lives on the Path that is beside the brook

Ladd – Young boy

Ladd – The name Ladd is a boy’s name of English origin meaning ‘manservant, young man’.

Ladde – The name means He who Attends

Laddey – The name means Manservant

Laddie – Laddie means young Boy, a manservant

Laddy – The name means small Boy, a lad

Laec

Laec – A person who lives in the proximity of the Water

Laefertun – A man who comes from the Rush Farm

Laibrook – Laibrook means Lives by the Path by the Brook

Laidley – Laidley means From the Creek Meadow

Laidly – The name means From the Creek

Laighton – Laighton has the meaning of ‘from the meadow farm’, ‘herb garden’ or ‘settlement with a leek garden’.

Laiken – Laiken means Body of Water

Laikon – A water body, one wo lives by the water lake or water stream

Laine – Laine means From the Long Meadow

Lainglea – Long field or woodland

Laingleah – Long field or woodland

Lainglee – Long field or woodland

Laingleigh – Long field or woodland

Laingley – Long field or woodland

Laingli – Long field or woodland

Lainglie – Long field or woodland

Laingly – Long field or woodland

Laird – Head of the household

Laiton – Laiton has the meaning of ‘from the meadow farm’, ‘herb garden’ or ‘settlement with a leek garden’.

Lake – English name derived from the vocabulary word, from Latin lacus, meaning ‘pond, lake.’

Lakely – The name means Meadow Lake

Laken – This nature name is unisex and is a variant of the name Lake.

Laketon – Living by the Lake

Lakken – Derived from the word ‘lake’. This name is used as both a boys and a girls name.

Lamar

Lamb – A person with a young mind

Lambart – Variant form of English Lambert, meaning ‘land-bright.’

Lambert – Middle English form of Low German Lammert, meaning ‘land-bright.’

Lamech – Possibly means ‘to make low’ in Hebrew. This is the name of two characters in Genesis in the Old Testament, the first being a descendant of Cain, and the second being a descendant of Seth and the father of Noah

Lamel – God’s peace or peace from God

Lamont – Scottish surname transferred to English forename use, from the medieval Swedish personal name Lagman, meaning ‘lawman.’

Lamorak – Brother of Percival from Arthurian Legend

Lancaster – The name Lancaster is a boy’s name of English origin.

Lancdon – From the long hill

Lance – English name derived from the Old French word lance, meaning ‘lance (the weapon).’ Compare with another form of Lance.

Lancelot – From Arthurian Legent, Knight of Arthur, Knight of the Round Table, Lover of Guinevere

Land – Surname to one who lives in a country, one who lives in a forest glade

Landan – Faces major obstacles, but can deftly maneuver out of the way.

Landen – A name describing someone who came from the long hill

Lander – The name Lander is a boy’s name of English origin meaning ‘territory’.

Landers – People from the fields

Landin – A variation of the English name Landon, meaning ‘grassy meadow.’

Landly – A ruler or a noble person who owns land

Landoigne – The one who is of known land

Landoine – A ridge or a long hill

Landon – From the long hill

Landon – Traditionally a last name from places in England with the same name. It means ‘long hill’ or ‘ridge.’ Well-known Landons: Michael Landon, who played Pa on TV’s Little House on the Prairie.

Landor – Landowner, occupational name, place name

Landreth – Name of people who live near the stream, in the galdes

Landrus – From city Landresse

Landry – The one who rules the land

Landsden – A long strip of low hills

Landyn – Variant of Landon, the name means a long hill.

Lane – Path or small roadway

Lane – English topographic surname transferred to forename use, derived from Old English lane ‘narrow pathway,’ hence ‘lives by a lane.’

Lanford – The name Lanford is a boy’s name of English origin meaning ‘narrow way’.

Langden – Name describes the one who came from the long hill

Langdon – Ridge, long hill

Langdon – English habitational surname transferred to forename use, from the name of various places composed of the Old English elements lang ‘long’ and dun ‘hill,’ hence ‘long hill.’

Lange – Long, tall person

Langer – The one who is tall

Langford – English habitational surname transferred to forename use, composed of the Old English elements lang ‘long’ and ford ‘ford,’ hence ‘long river crossing.’

Langham – The one who crossed the shallows

Langlaua – An angel who once inhabited in England

Langlea – Long field or woodland

Langleah – From the long meadow

Langlee – The one who comes from the long meadow

Langleigh – Long meadow

Langley – From the long meadow, Langley, Virginia is well-known as the home of the Central Intelligence Agency

Langley – Long field

Langly – People who live on a long meadow

Langsden – Man from the long hill

Langsdon – Long stone

Langston – From the farm of the tall man, town of the giant, ‘Besides, They”ll see how beautiful I am And be ashamed— I, too, am America. —Langston Hughes, ‘I, Too’

Langston – The name Langston is a boy’s name of English origin meaning ‘tall man’s town’.

Langton – The long road

Langward – Tall Guardian

Langworth – Frome the long Paddock

Lanigan – the descendant of the supplier

Lankston – The one who lives in the Tall Peopl’s Town

Lanny – Pet form of English names beginning with Lan-.

Lanston – From the long estate

Lanston – One who come from the Long Estate

Laramie – From Laramie

Laran – The Psychic Powers and Abilities of the Comyn Cast, French – Thief.

Lari – crowned with laurel

Lark – Lark, a songbird, used predominantly for girls

Lark – English unisex name derived from the vocabulary word, from Old English lawcere, meaning ‘song-bird.’

Larke – Bird Lark that symbolises Daybreak and Lovers

Larken – A bird Lark with extravagan singing that is a symbol for Love and Daybreak

Larkin – English surname transferred to forename use, from a medieval pet form of English Laurence, meaning ‘of Laurentum.’

Larrie – Variant spelling of English Larry, meaning ‘of Laurentum.’

Larry

Larry – Pet form of English Laurence, meaning ‘of Laurentum.’

Lashon – God is merciful

Lathan – A contemporary rhyming variant of Nathan

Lathan – Is always grateful for what he has, and does not yearn for what is out of reach.

Lathel – from the barn, stead

Lathrop – Man from the farm with the barn

Latimer – The one who interprets Latin

Lattimer – Interpreter or Latin speaker

Latymer – Occupational name, interpreter

Laughton – Man from the Hill Town

Launce – God-like, servant of the god

Launcelot – Name from the Arthurian Legend, Knight of the round table

Launder – People from grassy, green plain

Laureano – Latin name meaning from the place where the laurel trees grow

Lauren

Lauren – Unisex form of English Laurence, meaning ‘of Laurentum.’

Laurence – English form of French Laurent, meaning ‘of Laurentum.’

Laurian

Laurie – Unisex pet form of English Lauren and Laurence, both meaning ‘of Laurentum.’

Lava – The one who has the titel of the Lord

Lavaine – A born leader, a person destined for greatness

Lavar – Unclear

Lave – An individual who has power, authorithy and colntrol

Lavern – Variant spelling of English Laverne, meaning ‘the alder (tree).’ Rarely used anymore. Compare with feminine Lavern.

Laverne – English name derived from the French surname Lavergne, meaning ‘the alder (tree).’ Rarely used anymore. Compare with feminine Laverne.

Lavey – Brought together, Joined, an Union of two people

Law – Town on a hill

Law – Middle English short form of English Lawrence, meaning ‘of Laurentum.’

Lawdon – One who lives on a farm on the hillside

Lawe – A person tho inhabites the Hillside

Lawerence – One who came from the place of Honor and Fame

Lawford – A person who is from the ford at the hill

Lawley – From the hill meadow, surname

Lawley – A person who came fron the meadow in the hills

Lawly – A meadow that is in the Hills

Lawrance – One who is from the city Laurentum

Lawren – A shoreline indentation, a bay

Lawrence

Lawrence – Variant spelling of English Laurence, meaning ‘of Laurentum.’

Lawrie – Pet form of English Lawrence, meaning ‘of Laurentum.’

Lawry – A person of a fiery and fiece character

Lawson – The name Lawson is a boy’s name of English origin meaning ‘son of Lawrence’.

Lawton – Who lives on the farm located on the side of the hill

Lawyer – Attorney, he who practices the law

Lay – One who lives on the farm in the meadow

Layne – Variant of Lane, the name means a path or road, just as a lane of the road.

Layten – Leek garden

Layton – From the meadow town or settlement, a surname and variant of Leighton

Layton – A variant of ‘Leighton’: meaning ‘herb garden’, derived from from a place name meaning ‘settlement with a leek garden’.

Laz – Pet form of English Larry, meaning ‘of Laurentum.’

Le – Meadow

Leaf – Dear, darling

Leal – Loyal, faithful

Leaman – Man of the Valley

Leamon – Rare given name meaning dear man

Leander

Leandrew – Lionlike person

Lear – The story of King Lear existed up to four centuries before Shakespeare”s play King Lear. Lear was a British king who reigned before the birth of Christ. Predated by references in British mythology to Lyr or Ler, Geoffrey of Monmouth recorded a story of King Lear and his daughters in his Historia Regum Britanniae of 1137.

Lear – Name of the Shakespearian king

Leavitt – Rare name, occupational, means Baker

Lebaron – People from the town Baron in Normandy

Ledger – The name Ledger is a boy’s name of English origin.

Lee – Meadow

Lee – This name has many meanings. Depedning on which name it is derived from it can mean ‘meadow’, ‘ash wood’, ‘Cyneburga’s land’, ‘weary’ and ‘antelope’. Can also be a girl’s name.

Leeland – From old English words wood and land, indicative of someone who lives naer a clearing

Leeman – Describing man of the valley

Leeroy – Variant spelling of English Leroy, meaning ‘the king.’

Leese – Rarely a given name, surname meaning an open place

Leeson – Derived from the English name Lee, meaning ‘meadow’.

Leferich – Surname given to man living next to the edge, ridge

Leffeyne – She who is darling and adreeable

Lefled – He hwo is both beautiful and dear

Lefric – A beloved and powerful individual

Lefrich – He who is powerful and pleasant

Lefricus – Authorative and beloved person

Lefsued – A pleasing person with enjoyable personality

Lefsuet – He who is dear and agreeable

Lefty – A person who is left-handed

Lefuuinus – From Old English ‘leof’ meaning dear, beloved

Lefwinus – A beloved, joyfull person

Lefwyne – A precious and cheerfull individual

Legacy – Heritage, Legacy, What a person leaves behind

Legend – A story of the past that is often fictitious

Lehi – From an Old Testament place name meaning ‘jawbone’ in Hebrew, so called because it was the site where the hero Samson defeated 1,000 warriors using only the jawbone of a donkey as a weapon. It is also used in the Book of Mormon as the name of a prophet

Leigh – Meadow, pasture, delicate

Leigh – Variant spelling of English unisex Lee, meaning ‘meadow.’

Leighland – The dweller by the fallow, unseeded land

Leighton – From the meadow town or settlement

Leighton – English surname transferred to unisex forename use, composed of the Old English elements leac ‘leek’ and tun ‘enclosure, settlement,’ hence ‘leek garden.’

Leiland – Feel safe with a boy who bears this name, which means protective or protected land.

Leland – From the meadow land, surname

Leland – English surname transferred to forename use, composed of the Middle English elements ley ‘fallow’ and land ‘land,’ hence ‘fallow land.’

Lele – A loyal and faithful person

Lem – Short form of English Lemuel, meaning ‘by God’ or ‘for God.’

Leman – From the valley

Leman – A person who comes from a valley

Lemon – A loved and cherised man, sweetheart

Lemony – A pen name, used by the author Daniel Handler

Lemuel – Anglicized form of Hebrew Lemuwel, meaning ‘by God’ or ‘for God.’ In the bible, this is the name of an unknown king, possibly Solomon. It is also the name of the main character (Lemuel Gulliver) in Jonathan Swift’s English novel Gulliver’s Travels.

Len – Bold as a lion, an abbreviation of Leonard

Len – Short form of English Leonard, meaning ‘lion-strong.’ Compare with another form of Len.

Lenard – Variant spelling of English Leonard, meaning ‘lion-strong.’

Lendall – From the lindell tree

Lendell – Lindel tree dell

Leng – The one who is long

Leni – Person who is devoted to God

Lennan – Lover, sweetheart

Lennard – Variant spelling of English Leonard, meaning ‘lion-strong.’

Lennerd – Brave Lion

Lennie – Bold as a lion. Abbreviation of Leonard.

Lennie – Pet form of English Leonard, meaning ‘lion-strong.’

Lennon – English surname transferred to forename use, from an Anglicized form of Gaelic O Leannain ‘descendant of Leannan,’ hence ‘little cloak.’

Lennor – Name representing Spring, Summer

Lenny

Lenny – Pet form of English Leonard, meaning ‘lion-strong.’

Lensar – with his parents

Lenwood – River in the woods

Leo – Lion

Leo – Short form of English Leonard, meaning ‘lion-strong.’ Compare with another form of Leo.

Leodbriht – The Bright King

Leodhere – King’s nation and army

Leodwald – King who rules the nation

Leof – The one who is loved, beloved

Leofard – A brave lion or the brave panther

Leofeca – Derivative name of Leofa, meaning dear friend

Leofgiest – Loved guest

Leofgifu – Gift of the loved ones

Leofheah – High, Illustrious love

Leofhere – Beloved Army

Leofnoth – Strong love

Leofred – Name from words Love and Elf

Leofric – Dear ruler, Husband of Lady Godiva

Leofricus – The one with power, dear one

Leofsa – Dear agreeable one

Leofsige – The one that gladly agreeas

Leofstan – Beloved, dear stone

Leofuuin – Dearest friend

Leofuuinus – Name representing beloved friend

Leofwig – Love of war

Leofwin – Dear friend

Leofwine – The friend who is very dear

Leofwynn – Beloved dear friend

Leolin – English variant form of Welsh Llywelyn, meaning ‘oath of Belenus.’

Leon – Greek name derived from the word leon, meaning ‘lion.’ In use by the English and Germans.

Leonard – English form of French Leonard, meaning ‘lion-strong.’

Leonarde – Lion-like bold men

Leonato – Name of the Governer of Messina

Leopold – One of the sons of Queen Victoria, Prince Leopold was named after a favorite uncle of hers. Though it sounds a bit stiff and Germanic, it is one path to the popular short form Leo.

Leopold – English form of French Leopold, meaning ‘people-bold.’

Leoric – From the Latin word Leo, means He is like a Lion

Leotis – A person who doesn’t have a care in the world

Leoton – A carefree perosn, someone who is tranquil

Leouard – He whose bravary can be compared to a lion

Leouric – An individual who resembles a lion

Leroi – English variant spelling of French Leroy, meaning ‘the king.’

Leroy – French name, meaning ‘the king.’ In use by the English.

Les – Short form of English unisex Lesley, meaning ‘garden of hollies.’

Lesley – Anglicized form of Scottish unisex Leslie, meaning ‘garden of hollies.’

Leslie – small meadow

Lesly – Variant spelling of English unisex Lesley, meaning ‘garden of hollies.’

Lester – English surname transferred to forename use, from the city name Leicester which was recorded in the 10th century as Ligora caester ‘Ligora’s fort.’ Ligora is related to Liguria, a very old place name of obscure origin, dating back to pre-Roman times. There has been some speculation concerning a possible connection between Ligora/Liguria and Celtic Lug, meaning ‘oath.’

Letard – An old medeval english surname

Letcher – A medeval doctor, a healer who uses leeches

Letric – A person full of energy

Leuerun – To make peace with each other

Leuuin – A dear friend or a dearest friend

Lev – English short form of English Levi, meaning ‘adhesion, joined to’ or ‘crown, garland.’ Compare with other forms of Lev.

Leveridge – People from town Leveridge

Leverton – Name meaning from the rush farm

Levi – Compare with another form of Levi. Anglicized form of Greek Leui (Hebrew Leviy), meaning ‘adhesion, joined to’ or ‘crown, garland.’ In the bible, this is the name of several characters, including the third son of Jacob.

Lew – Short form of English Lewis, meaning ‘famous warrior.’ Compare with another form of Lew.

Lewen – The one who is a beloved and dear friend

Lewin – English surname transferred to forename use, derived from the Anglo-Saxon personal name Leofwine, meaning ‘dear friend.’

Lewine – A beloved friend or a dear friend

Lewis – Renowned fighter, a form of Louis

Lewis – The name Lewis is a boy’s name of English origin meaning ‘renowned warrior’.

Lex – Short form of English unisex Alex, meaning ‘defender of mankind.’

Lexington – Town of the new law

Leycester – Name of town Leicestershire, meaning Roman town

Leyland – From Old English origin meaning ‘fallow land’, Leyland is a variant spelling of the English Leland

Leymah – The name means ”what is it about me?’

Leyman – Man from the meadow

Leyton – A variant of ‘Leighton’: meaning ‘herb garden’, derived from from a place name meaning ‘settlement with a leek garden’.

Liafwine – A clever and quick minded person

Liddell – A place name from a region in England and is also a river name

Lidin – A surname of Sweden Origin

Liellus – A little book, analytical natured

Lienart – A surname used in Medival England, means hard as a lion

Lieven – Dear friend

Lifton – A person who lives in the town beside the hill

Lightning – A bolt, a lighting in the sky

Lighton – A place name from a Yorkshire in North England, mostly used as a surname

Liliwin – Honest and hard working individual

Limitless – One who has no limits

Linc – Lakeside colony

Linc – Colony on the lake

Linch – From a bank or a slope

Lincoin – A settlement by the pool

Lincoln – Lakeside colony, This name of an early Roman settlement in England is widely recognized in the United States as the surname of President Abraham Lincoln.

Lincoln – Derived from a surname that comes from the English city. Contains the elements lyn, which means ‘lake’ in Welsh and the Latin word ‘colonia’ which means ‘settlement.

Lincon – Settlement by the water

Lind – Wetland belonging to Lincoln

Lindall – Linden tree valley

Linddun – A person who resided by the linden tree

Lindeberg – A resident of the Hill where linden trees grow

Lindell – Lives in the linden tree dell or valley, surname

Linden – The linden tree, this name describes a variety of popular ornamental shade trees

Linden – Variant spelling of English Lyndon, meaning ‘lime tree hill.’ Or from the vocabulary word, linden, meaning ‘lime tree.’

Lindhard – He is strong like a Linden tree

Lindisfarne – A name of a tidal island in England, known as a Holy Island

Lindlea – A wood of Linden trees

Lindlee – One who comes from the Lime woods

Lindleigh – A person who comes from the place of Lime trees

Lindley – From the linden tree meadow, surname

Lindley – One who lives in the Lime wood forest

Lindon – Variant spelling of English Lyndon, meaning ‘lime tree hill.’

Lindsai – From the Lincoln island, an island of lime trees

Lindsay – Island of linden trees

Lindsay – Scottish surname transferred to English unisex forename use, composed of the name Lincoln and the Old English word ey ‘wetland,’ hence ‘Lincoln’s wetlands.’ In Scotland, this is strictly a masculine name.

Lindsey – Variant spelling of English unisex Lindsay, meaning ‘Lincoln’s wetlands.’

Lindy – Form of LINDA. pretty

Line – From the bank

Linford – Old English surname transferred to forename use, composed of the elements hlyn ‘maple’ and ford ‘ford,’ hence ‘maple tree ford.’

Link – A link is a connection, but the name can also be a shortened form of Lincoln which refers to the U.S. President who freed the slaves. It is also a nature name and refers to a town by the water or a lake.

Linkin – A spelling variant of Lincoln, which refers to the president who freed the slaves. It is also a nature name and refers to a town by the water or a lake.

Linkoln – Settlement by the water

Linlee – One who comes from the fields of flax

Linleigh – The fields where flax flowers grow

Linnuis – A person who comes from the lake colony

Linny – He lives in the lake colony

Linsie – Person who is born in the Lindsey region in Old England

Linsly – He is born in the Lincoln’s wetland in Old England

Linton – English surname transferred to forename use, from the name of numerous places in England most of which were composed of the Old English elements lin ‘cotton, flax’ and tun ‘enclosure, settlement,’ hence ‘cotton/flax settlement.’

Lintonn – A field that is covered with falx plants

Lintun – A settlement of the flax plants

Linus – Latin form of Greek Linos, meaning either ‘a cry of grief’ or ‘flax, linen.’ In the bible, this is the name of one of Paul’s Christian associates. In mythology, this is the name of a musician, the personification of lamentation. He was killed by Apollo who was his rival in music. Another version of the story says he was killed by Hercules.

Linwood – Lives in the linden tree grove or forest, surname

Linwood – Woods where flax grow

Liofa – English name meaning beloved, loved

Lion – Lion

Lion – Place name, town in France, Lion, animal lion

Lionel – Young lion.

Lionel – Anglo-Norman diminutive form of French Leon (‘lion’), hence ‘little lion’ or ‘young lion.’ In Arthurian legend, this is the name of a Knight of the Round Table. He was the younger son of King Bors, and cousin to Lancelot and Hector de Maris. When King Bors died in battle, Lionel and Bors were rescued by the Lady of the Lake and raised by her, along with Lancelot, in her underwater kingdom.

Lister – Occupational name, textile dyer

Littleton – Rare name, mostly surname neaning comes from an old town place

Litton – The name Litton is a boy’s name of English origin meaning ‘settlement on the hill’.

Litwin – Surname describing people from Lithuania

Lively – Energetic, forceful and dynamic person

Livid – A furious person with an angry personality

Livingston – From Lyfing”s town

Livingston – The name Livingston is a boy’s name of English origin meaning ‘dear friend’s place’.

Livingstone – Leving’s town

Livjog – A fun loving individual, talented being

Livy – English form of Roman Latin Livius, possibly meaning ‘bluish.’

Ljiljan – Lily flower

Llacheu – The Son oh Arthur, from the Arthurian Legend

Loc

Lock – From the name Locke meaning fortified place or pond

Locke – Lives by tbe stronghold, a surname referring to a lock or locksmith

Locke – The name Locke is a boy’s name of English origin meaning ‘fortified place’.

Lockhart – Old nickname for someone who is brave, strong lock

Lockley – Place name, name given to someone who settles outside their birthplace, surname

Lockwood – Describing someone who is from enclosed wood

Loden – From the town by the pond

Lodge – The name Lodge is a boy’s name of English origin meaning ‘shelter’.

Loefel – One who is fearly loved

Loften – Owners of the loft house

Lofton – People from town Lofthouse

Lohot – A person who is lively and likes experience

Lon – English short form of Spanish Alonso, meaning ‘noble and ready.’ Compare with another form of Lon.

Londen – A modern place name, meaning one from London

London – Place name for the capital of the United Kingdom

London – English surname transferred to unisex forename use, denoting someone ‘from London.’ The name may have pre-Celtic roots, meaning something like ‘place at the unfordable river.’

Londyn – London

Loner – A person who enjoys solitude

Longfellow – The name Longfellow is a boy’s name of English origin meaning ‘tall one’.

Lonnell – A young lion, a lion cub

Lonni – A warrior who is noble and always battle-ready

Lonnie – Pet form of English Alonzo, meaning ‘noble and ready.’

Lonny – Variant spelling of English Lonnie, meaning ‘noble and ready.’

Lony – A man of noble and accessible character

Lonyn – Battle-ready, skillful and noble person

Lonzo – Short of Alonzo, A noble and ready person

Lorance – He came from the place of Lime trees

Lord – The name Lord is a boy’s name of English origin meaning ‘loaf-keeper’.

Loren

Loren – Variant spelling of English unisex Lauren, meaning ‘of Laurentum.’

Lorence

Lorentz – A variant of Lorenz which is a German form of Laurence

Lorian – A person who symbolises the honor of a victory

Loriann – He is a symbol of Honor and Victory

Lorimar – Occupational name, saddle maker

Lorin – Variant spelling of English unisex Loren, meaning ‘of Laurentum.’

Lorn – Variant spelling of English Lorne, of unknown meaning.

Lorne – English name derived from the place name Lorne, Scotland, of unknown meaning. The name was a part of a courtesy title for the Scottish Duke of Argyll’s eldest son and heir, the Marquess of Lorne, who also derived it from the place name.

Lorrin – Variant spelling of English Lorin, meaning ‘of Laurentum.’

Lorta – An expressive, funny and good natured individual

Loth – Arthurian name,French for Lion

Lotis – Lives by the stronghold, Surname referring to a Locksmith, Fortified Place

Loton – One who is from the farm on the hillside

Lou – English unisex short form of French Louis and Louise, both meaning ‘famous warrior.’

Louden – Valley of the wolves

Loudon – Man from the low valley

Loue – Renowed warrior

Louheithi – One with ggod judgements and has restless nature

Louie – Pet form of French Louis, meaning ‘famous warrior.’

Louis

Louis – Middle French form of Old French Loois, meaning ‘famous warrior.’

Loumarch – A lonely, amusing and moderate human being

Lovechild – Child born out of love

Lovel – Variant spelling of English Lovell, meaning ‘little wolf.’

Lovell – English surname transferred to forename use, from a variant spelling of English Lowell, meaning ‘little wolf.’

Lovely – Beautiful, charming and alluring one

Lovepal – Love to God

Loverich – Loved and appreciated person

Loverick – A person who loves deeply

Lovernaci – One who finds love easily

Lovernacus – Love has found him

Lovernii – One who is loved and respecred

Loverun – A feeling of love and adoration

Lovett – Small wolf

Lovice – A person in love

Lovino – A man who is loved by many

Lowden – From the low valley

Lowe – A person who is like a young wolf, used as a surname

Lowell – English surname transferred to forename use, derived from the Old Norman French byname Louvel, meaning ‘little wolf.’

Lowis – A warrior that fought famously in a battle

Lowise – Religious and devine one

Loxley – One who lives on the glade by the lake

Loyal

Loyal – Like its meaning in spoken English, this name means faithful, true to one’s word.

Loyd – Variant spelling of Welsh Lloyd, meaning ‘gray-haired.’

Lucas – Light giving, a form of Luke

Lucas – Contracted form of Latin Lucanus, meaning ‘from Lucania,’ a region of southern Italy. Lucania probably comes from the word lux, meaning ‘light.’ In the bible, this is the name of a Gentile Christian who was a companion of Paul. Luke is the Anglicized form.

Lucius – Form of Luke. Light, illumination.

Lucius – he who is luminous

Lucky – Fortunate, Lucky is also used as a nickname for Lucas and its variants.

Lucky – Pet form of English Luke, meaning ‘from Lucania.’ In some cases it may come directly from the vocabulary word, meaning simply ‘lucky.’

Lucus – From Latin word lux meaning light

Ludeca – A considerate and moderate individual

Ludlow – Surname derived from the name of the ancient town of Ludlow, in North Wales. Llud, in Welsh, signifies whatever connects or keeps together. Llud was also a prince of the Britons.

Ludlow – The name Ludlow is a boy’s name of English origin meaning ‘ruler’s hill’.

Ludlowe – From the Prince’s hill, Mountain of the King

Lufa – Enghlish name of the meaning love

Lufe – A name for love

Luffa – A logical, amusing and dignified individual

Luffechild – A lovechild

Lugobi – A light in the dark

Luhhede – One who has a great desire to change world, focused

Luke – Anglicized form of Greek Loukas (Latin Lucas), meaning ‘from Lucania,’ a region of southern Italy. Lucania probably comes from the word lux, meaning ‘light.’ In the bible, this is the name of a Gentile Christian who was a companion of Paul.

Lulling – Calming, Shoothing

Lulluc – An impressive and expressive human being

Luther – German name composed of the elements liut ‘people’ and heri ‘army, warrior,’ hence ‘people’s army.’

Luuaet – An unsophisticated, tolerant and lonely person

Luuarch – Loyal, untiring and humble being

Luveday – A day of reconsiliation, making peace

Lux – English unisex name derived from the Latin word lux, meaning ‘light.’

Lycan – A werewolf

Lydell – A pesron from the open dell

Lyfing – A dear wolf

Lyle – Scottish surname transferred to forename use, from the Norman French phrase de l’isle, meaning ‘from the island.’

Lyman – The name Lyman is a boy’s name of English origin meaning ‘meadow-dweller’.

Lyn – Borough of New York City

Lynd – One who lives by the linden tree

Lyndell – A linden tree valley

Lyndon

Lyndon – English surname transferred to forename use, derived from a place name composed of the Old English elements lind ‘linden, lime tree’ and dun ‘hill,’ hence ‘lime tree hill.’

Lyndzey – Another name for Lincon island

Lynford – One from the ford where the linden trees grow

Lynlee – A flax meadow

Lynton – Variant spelling of English Linton, meaning ‘cotton/flax settlement.’

Lyntonn – A flax settlement

Lynwood – A beautiful wood

Lynx – An anima name

Lyric – Lover of words and harmony, full of song.

Lyrik – This musical name is a variation of the English word ‘lyric,’ meaning words set to music or poetic words.

Lysander – Latin form of Greek Lysandros, meaning ‘freer, liberator.’ This was the name of the main character in Shakespeare’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream. In use by the English.

Lytton – A settlement in the hills

Lyulf – A compound of ‘wolf’ and ‘flame’

Lyulph – A flaming wolf

English boy names starting with M

Maachah – Anglicized form of Hebrew unisex Maakah, meaning ‘to press, to squeeze,’ i.e. ‘oppression.’ In the bible this is the name of many characters, including one of King David’s wives, and a son of Nahor.

Maaglant – A happy and versatile individual

Maaskelah – A capable and organized leader

Mabbe – English surname meaning loveable

Mabrey – One who brings joy and happiness

Mabyle – One who is holy or blessed

Macca – Common nickname in English speaking countries for someone whose surname begins with Mac or Mc meaning son of

Maccha – A variant of Macha, Hebrew – One who raises (brings up), Irish – Plain

Maccus – Celtic – Hammer, Latin – Great, A variant of name Magnus

Maccvtreni – One who has strong inner strength and is expressive

Mace – Heavy staff, a medieval weapon used by knights in the Middle Ages

Mace – English name which may mean either ‘mace (the spice)’ or ‘mace (the weapon).’

Macey – English surname transferred to unisex forename use, from a variant spelling of the surname Massey which was originally a pet form of Matthew, meaning ‘gift of God.’

Machutus – A name of a saint

Macie – Variant spelling of English unisex Macey, meaning ‘gift of God.’

Mack – Originally a short form of surnames, mostly Scottish, beginning with Mac-, meaning ‘son of,’ it is now sometimes given as a forename.

Mackenzi – Gaelic – Son of Coinneach, Son of Kenneth.

Mackenzie – Scottish surname transferred to unisex forename use, from an Anglicized form of Gaelic Mac Coinnich ‘son of Coinneach,’ hence ‘comely, finely made.’

Mackynzie – The son who has a handsome father

Macon – To make, a variant of Mason and the name of cities in France and the state of Georgia

Macon – Maker, one who makes things

Macoy – One from the linden tree hill

Macvdeceti – A sensitive, decent and good individual

Macvtreni – One who has a modern attitude and is tolerant

Macy – Variant spelling of English unisex Macey, meaning ‘gift of God.’

Madai – Anglicized form of Hebrew Maday, meaning ‘middle’ or ‘middle land.’ In the bible, this is the name of a place and the name of a son of Japheth and the people who descended from him.

Maddison – Variant spelling of English unisex Madison, meaning ‘son of Madde.’

Maddox – Son of Maddock

Maddox – English surname transferred to forename use, from the Welsh personal name Madog, meaning ‘little fortunate one’ or ‘little good one.’

Maddux – Lucky, finds himself in the right place at the right time.

Madi – Son of Mad, battle mighty

Madison – English surname transferred to unisex forename use, meaning ‘son of Madde.’

Madisson – Son of the Mighty Warrior, Son of Maud, A variant of Madison

Madog – Welsh – Fortunate, Good, Beneficent, Son of Madoc, A variant of Maddox

Mador – Name from Arthurian Legend, accuser of Guinevere

Madulf – One who is dedicated to war, warlike

Maed – Old English – From the Meadow

Maegenfrith – Combination of names Megan and Frith, meaning peace bringing pearl

Maegla – One who is warlike, warring, dedicated to Mars

Maelwine – Old English – Friend, Strong Friend, a variant transcription of the name Melvin

Maerec – A respectful, artistic and modern individual

Maeret – A form of Margaret,Pearl, Little Famous One

Maerewine – Famous Friend, Strong Friend, A variant form of Maelwine

Maerheard – A famous fighter

Maeron – Celtic – One who is bitter, A variant is Maeryn

Maersa – One who is gentle and calm person

Maeryn – Celtic – One who is bitter, A variant is Maeron

Maethelgar – One who is a famous spearman

Maethelwine – Council Friend, Strong friend, A variant of name Melvin

Maetthere – Powerful Army, Strong Army

Magen – Hebrew – Shield, Sanskrit – Engrossed, A variant spelling is Magan

Maggot – The larva of the fly

Magic – A supernatural power, an illusion

Maglicunas – A male place name of english origin

Maglocunos – A Prince, Hero, Chief Hound

Maglocvni – An English name orginates from a Welsh Mont

Maglorius – A name of a Welsh Monk

Maglus – A person dedicated to the God of War

Magott – A grub, worm

Mahala – Variant spelling of English unisex Mahalah, meaning ‘disease.’

Mahalah – Variant spelling of English unisex Mahlah, meaning ‘disease.’ In the bible, this is the name of a Gileadite (sex uncertain), and the name of the eldest of Zelophehad’s five daughters.

Mahali – Anglicized form of Hebrew Machliy, meaning ‘sick.’ In the bible, this is the name of a son of Merari. Also spelled Mahli.

Mahlah – Anglicized form of Hebrew unisex Machlah, meaning ‘disease.’ In the bible, this is the name of a Gileadite (sex uncertain), and the name of the eldest of Zelophehad’s five daughters.

Mahli – Anglicized form of Hebrew Machliy, meaning ‘sick.’ In the bible, this is the name of a son of Merari. Also spelled Mahali.

Mahlon – Anglicized form of Hebrew Machlown, meaning ‘sick.’ In the bible, this is the name of the son of Elimelech and Naomi.

Mahogony – A type of a wood, a Mahogony tree

Mahon – Anglicized form of Irish Gaelic Mathuin, meaning ‘bear calf.’

Maiales – Affectionate, emotional and serious person

Mailbrigit – A pretty and exalted one

Mailer – The name Mailer is a boy’s name of French, English origin meaning ‘enameler’.

Mairland – Of the Meadows, Someone from the meadows by the stream

Maisan – Old French – Mason, Stoneworker, A variant of Maison

Maison – Occupational name, stoneworker, French word for home

Maisoun – Variation of French word Maison meaning home, house

Maisun – Old French – Mason, Stoneworker, A variant of Maison

Maiti – Germanic – Mighty in Battle, Irish – Strong Battle Maiden, A variant of Matilda

Maitland – From the meadow land, possibly from Matthew”s land, surname

Maitland – English and Scottish surname transferred to forename use, derived from a byname for an ungracious person, from Anglo-Norman French maltalent/mautalent, meaning ‘bad tempered.’

Major – English surname transferred to forename use, from the Norman French personal name Mauger, meaning ‘work-spear.’

Makaio – Variant of Matthew, the name means given from God. Matthew is one of the Gospel writers in the bible.

Makenlee – A welsh name, someone’s son

Makepeace – One recognized for his skills in ending a discord

Malach – Anglicized form of Hebrew unisex Malak, meaning ‘angel, messenger.’ In the bible, malak is a word used to denote a messenger from God or from a private individual.

Malachai – Variant spelling of English Malachi, meaning ‘my messenger.’

Malachi – Anglicized form of Hebrew Malakiy, meaning ‘my messenger.’ In the bible, this is the name of the last of the Hebrew prophets.

Malachy – Variant spelling of English Malachi, meaning ‘my messenger.’

Malan – A little warrior

Malcant – A mature, admirable and nice person

Malcolm – Anglicized form of Scottish Gaelic Mael Coluim, meaning ‘devotee of St. Columb.’

Malcom – Variant spelling of English Malcolm, meaning ‘devotee of St. Columba.’

Maldred – One who is miscounseled

Malece – From The Woods, A variant of name Melissa which means Bee

Maled – Blonde, A Surname

Malfred – Germanic – Safe haven, Refuge, Malfrid is a variant of Malfred

Malin

Mallin – English – Little Warrior, Soldier, Little Strong Warrior

Mallorie – Old French – Unhappy, Unlucky, It is a spelling variant of Mallory

Mallory – English surname transferred to unisex forename use, derived from a Norman French byname for an unfortunate person, from Old French malheure, meaning ‘unfortunate, unhappy, unlucky.’

Malon – A little warrior

Malone – Irish surname transferred to forename use, from an Anglicized form of Gaelic O Maoil Eoin, meaning ‘devotee of St. Eoin (John).’

Malory – Old French – Unhappy, Unlucky, It is a spelling variant of Mallory

Malot – A child that was wished and prayed for. Used as a surname

Malt – One who is wild in a battle. An english surname

Malvin – Council friend

Malvinn – Celtic – Leader, Chief, English – Council-friend, Sword Friend, A variant is Malvynn

Malvynn – Celtic – Leader, Chief, English – Council-friend, Sword Friend, A variant is Malvinn

Malyn – Little warrior

Malyn – A warrior who is pettite or young

Man – A male human being

Manasseh – Anglicized form of Hebrew Menashsheh, meaning ‘causing to forget’ or ‘one who forgets.’ In the bible, this is the name of several characters, including the eldest son of Joseph.

Mancel – He who is from the Manse

Mandan – A beloved one

Mandel – Semitic – Wisdom, Knowledge, A variant of name Mendel

Mandell – Semitic – Wisdom, Knowledge, A variant of name Mendel

Mander – English Gypsy – From Me, A nickname of beggar

Maneaser – British Boy name

Manford – Protected ford, A variant of name Mundford which is a place name from Norfolk

Manfred – A man of peace

Manfredi – Sicilian form of Manfred. It means strength peace or peaceful.

Manfrid – Man of Peace, Hero’s Peace, Peaceful Strength, Powerful Peace, A variant of Manfred

Manfried – A peaceful man

Manfrit – Man of Peace, Hero’s Peace, Peaceful Strength, Powerful Peace, A variant of Manfred

Manice – One who is dedicated to war

Manlea – Old English – Shared Land, Manly, From the Man’s Meadow, A variant is Manley

Manleich – A land that is shared petween two or more people

Manleigh – Old English – Shared Land, Manly, From the Man’s Meadow, A variant is Manley

Manley – From the man”s meadow, a name with connotations of masculinity

Manley – English surname transferred to forename use, from the name of various places composed of the Old English elements (ge)m?ne ‘common, shared’ and leah ‘meadow, pasture,’ hence ‘common meadow.’ Its choice as a forename is probably due to its similarity to the word manly.

Manly – A strong, masculine man

Manni – A pet form of the name Emmanuel . Meaning ‘God is with us’.

Mannie – God is with us, abbreviation of Emmanuel

Manning – Son of a hero

Manning – son of the hero

Mannix – Anglicized form of Irish Gaelic Mainchin, meaning ‘little monk.’

Manny – The name Manny is a boy’s name of English origin, meaning God is with us’.

Manoth – A name for the Roman God

Mansfield – From the field by the small river, surname

Mansfield – Coming from a hilly pasture

Mansige – A man of victory

Manson – Fierce one

Manten – From the Man’s Town, Hero’s Town, A variant is Manton

Manton – From the Hero’s Town, From Mann’s Castle, A variant is Manten

Mapperley – A place name of an area in Nottingham, England

Maralyn – Blend of Marie or Mary and Lyn.

Marant – A warlike person

Marboar – An English male name

Marboart – A name given to Boys in England

Marc-Antoine – A gleaming and war-like man

Marc – A war-like person

March – English surname transferred to forename use, from the Norman French word march, meaning ‘boundary.’ Compare with other forms of March.

Marchland – From the March, Land in or along border regions : borderland

Marchman – From the March, Land in or along border regions : borderland

Mardel – Surname used as a given name.

Mardel – A boundary hill

Marden – From the valley with the pool, surname used as a given name

Marden – From the Valley with the Pool, An English Surname from location

Mardon – From the valley with the pool

Mardon – From the Valley with the Pool, An English Surname from location

Margiteut – A kind hearted, generous being

Margondes – A judgemental and hard working individual

Marhalt – A person who has a good heart and strong mind

Mariot – A place name of an old Normandian town Mariott

Marji – Variant of the French Margerie.

Mark

Mark – Anglicized form of Welsh March, meaning ‘horse.’ In Arthurian legend, this is the name of a king of Cornwall.

Markham – Border or boundary of a homestead, A diminutive of Marcach

Marko – Pet form of English Mark, meaning ‘defense’ or ‘of the sea.’ Compare with another form of Marko.

Markus – English form of Latin Marcus, meaning ‘defense’ or ‘of the sea.’ Compare with another form of Markus.

Marl – A lovely wood

Marlan – A little hawk

Marland – From the march. A Form of Merle.

Marland – Person who lives near a lake

Marlayne – A woman from Magdala, compassionate

Marlea – Pleasant Wood, From the Meadow Near the Lake, A variant of Marley

Marleigh – Pleasant Wood, From the Meadow Near the Lake, A variant of Marley

Marlen – Variant spelling of English Marlon, probably meaning ‘little one of the sea.’ Compare with another form of Marlen.

Marley – Near the meadow by the lake, surname

Marley – He who is from the march meadow

Marlie – Meaning ‘pleasant wood’, Marlie is a variant spelling of the English Marley.

Marlin – Unknown, breed of fish

Marlin – This name, which means opportunistic, is also the name of a large, elegant deep-sea fish.

Marlo – This name either means an optimistic outlook or a hill by a lake.

Marlon

Marlon – Probably an English contraction of French Marcelon, meaning ‘little one of the sea.’ This name was first brought to public attention by the American actor Marlon Brando whose family is said to be of French descent.

Marlow – He who is from the hill by the lake

Marlowe – Marshy, from the hill by the lake

Marlowe – English surname transferred to forename use, from a place name in Buckinghamshire, composed of the Old English elements mere ‘lake, pool’ and lafe ‘leavings, remnants,’ hence, ‘marshland.’

Marly – Pleasant Wood, From the Meadow Near the Lake, A variant of Marley

Marlyssa – Variant of Marlene Woman from Magdala.

Marmaduke – Anglicized form of Old Irish Mael-Maedoc, meaning ‘devotee of Maedoc.’

Maroney – A descendant of the hero. Used mainly as an English surname

Maronie – One who is the son of the hero

Marquez – Son of Marcus

Marquis – English name derived from the French title for the ‘governor of a border country,’ from Old French marchis (‘border country’). A Marquis ranks just below a Duke.

Marquise – Variant spelling of English Marquis, meaning ‘governor of a border country.’

Marrill – He has the light of the sea

Marrok – A knight that was thought to be a warewolf

Mars – A name of the God of War

Marsden – From the marsh valley

Marsden – The name Marsden is a boy’s name of English origin meaning ‘boundary valley’.

Marsdon – A person who is from the boundary of the valley

Marsh – From the marsh

Marsh – Marshal, Horse, Servant, From the Marsh or Swamp, Steward, Horse-keeper

Marshal – Steward

Marshal – Variant spelling of English Marshall, meaning either ‘keeper of horses’ or ‘shoeing smith.’

Marshall

Marshall – English surname transferred to forename use, from a Norman French occupational term denoting someone who was a ‘keeper of horses,’ composed of the Germanic elements morah ‘horse’ and scalc ‘servant.’ By the time it became a surname it had acquired the meaning ‘shoeing smith.’

Marshel – A servant who takes care of the horses

Marsten – he is from the town near the marsh

Marston – From the town or settlement near the marsh, surname

Marston – The name Marston is a boy’s name of English origin meaning ‘residence near a marshy place’.

Martell – This strong name means one who wields a hammer.

Martial – English form of Roman Latin Martialis, meaning ‘of/like Mars.’

Martie – Pet form of English Martin, meaning ‘of/like Mars.’

Martin

Martin – English form of Roman Latin Martinus, meaning ‘of/like Mars.’ Compare with another form of Martin.

Marty – Warrior of Mars.

Marty – Pet form of English Martin, meaning ‘of/like Mars.’

Martyn – Warrior of Mars.

Marven – Form of Mervin.

Marvin – Friend of the sea

Marvin – Variant spelling of English Mervin, meaning ‘marrow-eminent.’

Marvolo – One who is ill will, a character from Harry Potter

Marvyn – Variant spelling of English Marvin, meaning ‘marrow-eminent.’

Marwin – Famous friend

Marwood – One who is from the lake forest

Marylu – Derived from Mary Bitter. Mary was the biblical mother of Christ. Names like Dolores and Mercedes have been created to express aspects of Mary”s life and worship.

Marzal – A father of Martin, surname

Masel – A clergyman

Masen – Variant of Mason, good with his hands, and manual labor.

Mason

Mason – English occupational surname transferred to forename use, derived from French macon, meaning ‘mason, stone-worker.’

Massey

Massy – An English surname for the family who came from the town Manche in Normandy

Masterman – English occupational surname transferred to forename use, meaning ‘man of the master,’ i.e. ‘retainer’ or ‘servant.’

Maston – From the marsh settlement, An English Surname

Mat – Gift of Yahweh, Gift of God, Gift of the Lord, A variant of Matthew

Matania – Variant spelling of English Mattaniah, meaning ‘gift of God.’

Mather – A person who mows, Mower

Mathers – Son of Mather, A derivative of Matherson, Son of one who mows, Son of Mower

Mathew

Mathew – Variant spelling of English Matthew, meaning ‘gift of God.’

Mathews – Gift of the Lord, Son of Matthew, A form of the name Matheson

Mathias – Variant spelling of English Matthias, meaning ‘gift of God.’

Mathye – A gift from Jehovah

Matill – One who is a present from God

Matrim – Lady, Mistress of the House, Dedicated to Mars

Matson – A son of Matthew

Matt – Gift of God

Matt – Short form of English Matthew, meaning ‘gift of God.’

Mattaniah – Anglicized form of Hebrew Mattanyah, meaning ‘gift of God.’ In the bible, this is the name of many characters, this was Zedekiah’s name before the captivity, he changed it after becoming Judah’s last king.

Mattathiah – Anglicized form of Greek Mattathias, meaning ‘gift of God.’ In the bible, this is the name of one of Christ’s ancestors.

Matthew – English form of French Mathieu, meaning ‘gift of God.’ In the bible, this is the name of one of the twelve apostles and author of the first Gospel of the New Testament.

Matthias – Anglicized form of Greek Maththias, meaning ‘gift of God.’ In the bible, this is the name of the apostle who took the place of Judas Iscariot.

Mattie – Pet form of English Matthew, meaning ‘gift of God.’ Compare with feminine Mattie.

Mattithiah – Anglicized form of Hebrew Mattithyah, meaning ‘gift of God.’ In the bible, this is the name of several characters, including a member of the family of Nebo.

Mattox – Lover of the sea

Mattson – Son of Matthew

Matty – Variant spelling of English Mattie, meaning ‘gift of God.’ Compare with feminine Matty.

Matugenus – A good natured, naughty and smart being

Matz – Gift of Yahweh, Gift of God, Gift of the Lord, A variant of Matthew

Mauduit – A modern, unsophisticated being

Maunfeld – English – Hilly Pasture, From the Field by the Small River, A derivative of the English name Mansfield

Maurica – A dark-skinned one

Maurice

Maurice – Contracted form of Roman Latin Mauricius, meaning ‘dark-skinned, Moor.’ Introduced to Britain by the Normans. Infrequently used by the French and English.

Mav – Independent

Maverek – A man who is in independent

Maveric – Independent

Maverick

Maverick – English surname transferred to forename use, derived from the vocabulary word maverick, originally meaning ‘unbranded range animal.’ This was the surname of Samuel Maverick (1803-1870), a Texas cattleman who refused to brand his cattle. Its use as a personal name first began in the early 1990s after the release of the movie ‘Maverick’ starring Mel Gibson. The sense of ‘unconventional person,’ is first recorded in 1886, and seems to have developed from the notion of being ‘independent, masterless.’

Maverik – Independent

Mavis – English – Resembling a small bird

Mavoheni – An English baby Boy name

Mavrick – When a nineteenth-century American named Maverick refused to brand his calves as other ranchers did, his name came to signify an independent man who avoids conformity.

Mavrick – This variation of the word ‘maverick’ means independent or unconventional.

Max – English short form of both Latin Maximilian ‘the greatest rival’ and Scottish Maxwell ‘the stream of Mack.’

Maxden – A greatest man from Denmark

Maxfield – From Mack or Max”s field, surname

Maxfield – The name Maxfield is a boy’s name of English origin meaning ‘Mac’s field’.

Maxim – The greatest one

Maximilian

Maximilian – Short form of Latin Maximilianus, meaning ‘the greatest rival.’ In use by the English and Germans.

Maxson – This name means son of Max, which is derived from the Latin name Maximillion, meaning greatest.

Maxton

Maxton – Generous, loving, and compassionate.

Maxwell – Meaning ‘Mack’s pool’ or ‘strem’. Mack is derived from the Scandinavian name Magnus.

Mayfield – From the strong man”s field, surname

Maykn – Male name of English and Germanic origin

Maylin – A beautiful waterfall

Maynard – English surname transferred to forename use, derived from the Norman personal name Mainard, meaning ‘strong and hardy.’

Maynerd – Variant spelling of English Maynard, meaning ‘strong and hardy.’

Mayo – English name meaning field

Mayson – Variant spelling of English Mason, meaning ‘stone-worker.’

Mcarthur – A son of Arthur

Mccoy – Adept at sensing the feelings and emotions of those around them.

Mckenzie – Variant spelling of English unisex Mackenzie, meaning ‘comely, finely made.’

Mclovin – Created Name, A character from the movie Superbad who is a nerd

Me – One who is powerful and excited individual

Mead – English surname transferred to unisex forename use, denoting someone who ‘lives by a meadow.’

Meade – Variant spelling of English unisex Mead, meaning ‘lives by a meadow.’

Meapa – One who is warlike

Meappa – A warrior, one who is like war

Mearcred – A baby Boy name of British origin

Mearth – A hopeful, trustworthy and modern being

Mearthel – An english place name

Medad – Means ‘love’ in Hebrew. In the Old Testament Medad is one of the elders who prophesizes in the camp of the Israelites after the flight from Egypt

Medan – Resolving Quarrel and Fight, Judgement Process

Mede – One who is like a meadow

Medelant – A Boy who comes from the meadow

Medgar – One who has the spear of prosperity

Medgaud – A person who owns many spears

Medwin – Strong friend

Medwine – A friend who is strong and powerful

Medwyn – Strong friend

Medwyn – One who is a strong and powerful friend

Meed – Variant spelling of English unisex Mead, meaning ‘lives by a meadow.’

Mel – One who is fearless and daring, always having brashness and self confidence.

Melborn – From the mill stream

Melborn – One who belongs to the stream mill

Melbourne – From the mill stream

Melbourne – English surname transferred to forename use, composed of the Old English elements mylla ‘mill’ and burne ‘stream,’ hence ‘mill stream.’

Melburn – From the mill stream

Melburn – From the surge of the pounder or Dicer.

Melburne – Who hails from the stream of mill

Melbyrne – From the mill stream

Melbyrne – A Stream from the mill

Melden – English – Hill with a cross, Meldon is a derivative of Melden

Meldon – A factory on a tall mountain, bearable person in high risky times.

Meldrick – From the powerful mill

Meldrick – Commencing from the influential crusher

Meldrik – Sturdy and durable grinding factory

Meldryk – The person who is coming from the powerful mincing shop in the city

Melech – Anglicized form of Hebrew Melek, meaning ‘king.’ In the bible, this is the name of the second son of Micah.

Melehan – A friendly, sensitive and confident being

Meletios – One who is of Melitos, a desirable individual

Melhim – One who is demanding, motivated and active individual

Meliance – A diplomatic and refined individual

Mellal – A confident and a master of good personality

Mellist – An affectionate and easily compatible human

Melodean – One who produce great melodies

Melville – Scottish surname of Norman French origin, transferred to English forename use, from the name of various places in Normandy called Malleville, meaning ‘bad settlement.’

Melvin – Mill friend

Melvin – English name of uncertain origin, possibly an altered form of Melville, meaning ‘bad settlement.’

Melvon – Meaning uncertain but possibly friend of Michael.

Melvon – The person who provides cooperation or assistance to Michael, associate of Michael.

Melvyn – Strong friend. Possibly friend of Michael.

Melvyn – Variant spelling of English Melvin, meaning ‘bad settlement.’

Melwin – Old English – Sword Friend, Polished Chief, Protector, A variant of Melvin

Melwyn – Sturdy associate, solid comrade, stout work-mate.

Melwynn – Old English – Sword Friend, Polished Chief, Protector, A variant of Melvin

Memory – The ability of recording any information and recalling at the time when needed.

Men – A name given to the father of light

Menahem – Anglicized form of Hebrew Menachem, meaning ‘comforter.’ In the bible, this is the name of a king of Israel who was notorious for his cruelty.

Mendian – One who is settled near the hill, enclosure near the hills.

Meoc – Devoted to defaces, from the God defaces, engaged in war, disposed to warfare

Merari – Anglicized form of Hebrew Merariy, meaning ‘bitter, unhappy.’ In the bible, this is the name of the third son of Levi.

Meraugis – A spontaneous and happy go lucky person

Mercer – Merchant

Mercer – The business person engaged in retail trade. Dealer.

Merchbiu – A reserved and secretive individual

Merchelm – A King with an analytical mind

Merchfyw – A creative and imaginative beings

Merchguinus – A reliable, communicative and adventerous being

Merchia – One who serves others and is responsible

Merchiaun – A creative and inspirational person

Merchion – One who has sensitive yet practical nature, a King

Merchitir – A person who is great and has a soulful being

Merchuino – An emotional, deep and expressive person

Merchuiu – One who has the power to speak out heart, cool tempered

Merchwyn – A dynamic, steady and restless soul

Meredith – English unisex name derived from Welsh Meredydd, probably meaning ‘sea day’ or ‘sea sun.’

Merestun – English – From the town near the lake, A variation of the name Mereston

Merewala – An expressive and fun loving person

Merewald – Happy monarch or joyful leader.

Merewode – English – From the forest with the lake, A variant of Merewood

Merewood – English – From the forest with the lake, A derivative is Merewode

Merget – An energy driven person, sensitive being

Merick – A dark skinned person, a swarthy, a moor

Meridian – English – Imaginary circle around the Earth

Merik – A person who has a dark skin tone

Merild – A king or a ruler of war and battle

Merit – Variant spelling of English unisex Merritt, meaning ‘boundary gate.’ Compare with strictly feminine Merit.

Meritt – Old English – Boundary Gate, Little Famous One, A variant of the name Merritt

Meriwether – Happy weather

Merle – English unisex name, derived from the Old French word merle, meaning ‘blackbird.’ It first came to public notice in the 1930s with the actress Merle Oberon, and is mostly given to girls.

Merlin – English form of Latin Merlinus, the name of a famous wizard of Arthurian legend, meaning ‘sea-fort.’ Merlin was introduced into Arthurian legend by Geoffrey of Monmouth. According to Geoffrey, Merlin was the son of a demon and a princess. He became known for his prophetic abilities at a very young age and was consulted by King Vortigern to explain why his castle kept collapsing. Merlin revealed that there was an underground lake in which two dragons slept, a white one and a red one, representing the Saxons and Britons, and this was the portent for things to come. He is also called Myrddin Emrys, meaning ‘Merlin the Immortal.’

Merlow – From the hill by the lake

Merlow – From the mountain via the river.

Merlyn – Unisex form of English Merlin, meaning ‘sea fort.’

Merovius – A vigilant, metriculous and religious person

Merrel – The glittering ocean.

Merrett – Old English – Boundary Gate, Little Famous One, A variant of the name Merritt

Merrick – English surname transferred to forename use, from an Old Norman French personal name composed of the Germanic elements mari/meri ‘fame’ and ric ‘power,’ hence ‘famous power.’

Merril – The magnificient marine.

Merrilees – A merry meadow or wood, a shelter of happiness

Merrill – Shining sea.

Merrill – English surname transferred to unisex forename use, derived from the personal name Meriel, meaning ‘sea-bright.’

Merritt – Little famous one

Merritt – English surname transferred to unisex forename use, from the Old English term moere gaet, meaning ‘boundary gate.’

Merryweather – Happy weather, A nickname or surname for someone who is cheery, variant spelling of Merriweather

Mersc – From the Marsh

Merton – English surname transferred to forename use, derived from the name of various places composed of the Old English elements mere ‘lake, pool’ and tun ‘enclosure, settlement,’ hence ‘lake settlement.’

Merv – Short form of English Mervin, meaning ‘marrow-eminent.’

Mervin – Variant spelling of English Mervyn, meaning ‘marrow-eminent.’

Mervyn – Famous friend

Mervyn – Anglicized form of Welsh Merfyn, meaning ‘marrow-eminent.’

Merwyn – Famous friend

Merwyn – Lover of the Sea, Famous Friend, A form of Merlin

Meryl – Variant form of English unisex Merrill, meaning ‘sea-bright.’

Meryle – Variant spelling of English unisex Merrill, meaning ‘sea-bright.’

Mescagni – An energetic, responsible and happy being

Mescagnus – A lucky, spontaneous and happy person

Mesech – Anglicized form of Hebrew Meshek, meaning ‘to draw.’ In the bible, this is the name of a son of Japheth.

Meshach – Possibly means ‘who is what Aku is’ in Akkadian, Aku being the name of the Babylonian god of the moon. In the Book of Daniel in the Old Testament this is the Babylonian name of Mishael, one of the three men cast into a blazing furnace but saved from harm by God

Meshech – Anglicized form of Hebrew Meshek, meaning ‘to draw.’ In the bible, this is the name of a son of Japheth.

Methusael – Anglicized form of Hebrew Methuwshael, meaning ‘man of God.’ In the bible, this is the name of a descendant of Cain.

Methuselah – Anglicized form of Hebrew Methuwshelach, meaning ‘man of the dart.’ In the bible, this is the name of a son of Enoch. He lived to the age of 969 years.

Metushael – Variant spelling of English Methusael, meaning ‘man of God.’

Mevan – An independent and reasonable person

Meyrick – the person who rules over the seas.

Micah – Anglicized form of Hebrew Miyka, meaning ‘who is like God?’ In the bible, this is the name of several characters, including the father of Mattaniah.

Micaiah – Anglicized form of Hebrew Miyka, meaning ‘who is like God?’ In the bible, this is the name of several characters, including the father of Mattaniah.

Micajah – Variant spelling of English Micaiah, meaning ‘who is like God?’

Micha – Variant spelling of English Michah, meaning ‘who is like God?’

Michael – Anglicized form of Greek Michael (Hebrew Miyka’el), meaning ‘who is like God?’ or literally ‘El’s likeness.’ In the Old Testament bible, this is the name of many characters, including the prince of Angels, the first archangel who was closest to God and became the guardian angel of Israel. In the New Testament, he leads the angelic host against the Apocalyptic Dragon. The Dead Sea Scrolls contain a story entitled ‘The War of the Sons of Light and the Sons of Darkness,’ in which Michael is described as the ‘viceroy of heaven,’ a title said to once belong to Satan. His name was the war-cry of the angels when he led them in battle against their chief antagonist, Samael.

Michah – Anglicized form of Hebrew Miykah, meaning ‘who is like God?’ In the bible, this is the name of many characters, including a minor prophet.

Michaya – Variant spelling of English Micaiah, meaning ‘who is like God?’

Mick – Pet form of English Michael, meaning ‘who is like God?’ Rarely used anymore due to its use as a derogatory term for a Catholic Irishman.

Mickey – Unisex pet form of English Michael and Michaela, both meaning ‘who is like God?’

Micky – Pet form of English Michael, meaning ‘who is like God?’

Midian – Anglicized form of Hebrew Midyan, meaning ‘strife, war.’ In the bible, this is the name of a son of Abraham.

Mike – The name Mike is a boy’s name of English origin, meaning who is like God?’.

Miki – Pet form of English Michael, meaning ‘who is like God?’

Milam – From the house situated near mill

Milbourn – Mill Stream, Border, From the Mill Stream, A variant form of Melbourne

Milbourne – Mill Stream, Border, From the Mill Stream, A variant form of Melbourne

Milburegh – A small fort or fortress

Milburn – English surname transferred to forename use, from the name of a place in Cumbria, composed of the Old English elements mylen ‘mill’ and burna ‘stream,’ hence ‘mill-stream.’

Milbury – A person belongs to the land of mills

Milbyrne – The stream of water from the mill land

Mile – Middle English name of uncertain origin, but commonly associated with Latin Milo, meaning ‘soldier.’ Compare with another form of Mile.

Miles – Merciful, a short form of Michael

Miles – Patronymic form of English Mile, meaning ‘son of Mile.’

Milford – English surname transferred to forename use, derived from the name of numerous places composed of the Old English elements mylen ‘mill’ and ford ‘ford,’ hence ‘mill ford.’

Milgen – One who looks out for opportunities

Milias – A Hard working person

Milit – Comradeship, A short form of Military

Millard – Miller, one who grinds grain, occupational surname used as first name

Millard – English surname transferred to forename use, from a variant of the surname Millward, a form of Millweard, an old Anglo-Saxon occupational surname composed of the Old English elements mylen ‘mill’ and weard ‘guardian,’ hence ‘mill-guard.’

Millburn – Mill Stream, Border, From the Mill Stream, A variant form of Melbourne

Millburne – Mill Stream, Border, From the Mill Stream, A variant form of Melbourne

Millen – A worker who grinds grain

Miller – One who grinds grain, an occupational name

Miller – Of English origin, meaning ‘one who grinds grain’, while traditionally a surname, is now a popular first name.

Millford – A stream of water across the mill

Mills – From Near the Mills, Mile’s Son, A variant form is Mils

Millward – Mill Guard, Guardian of the Mill, A variant form is Millard

Milo – Soldier, form of Miles

Milret – One who has independent nature and is brave

Milt – From the Mill Town, Middle of settlements, A variant form of Milton.

Milton – From the mill town or settlement, possibly from the middle town or settlement, surname

Milton – From an English surname that was from a place name meaning ‘mill town’ in Old English. A famous bearer of the surname was John Milton (1608-1674), the poet who wrote ‘Paradise Lost’

Milward – Mill Guard, Guardian of the Mill, A variant form is Millard

Mimum – A warm hearted, supportive individual

Minadus – A focused and desirable individual

Miner – One who mines

Minto – Great, Habitational name from a place near Denholm, A Scottish Surname

Miquita – An educated and humble individual

Mission – A set of tasks to fulfil the duty or work

Mitch – Short form of English Mitchell, meaning ‘who is like God?’

Mitchell – Who is like the Lord, a variant of Michael

Mitchell – English surname transferred to forename use, from a medieval form of Michael, meaning ‘who is like God?’

Mitt – A cover for protection

Miy – The one whose father provides joy

Miykah – Hebrew name meaning ‘who is like God?’ In the bible, this is the name of many characters, including a minor prophet. The Anglicized form is Michah.

Mizell – Wood cutter, Tiny Gnat, A variant form of Meisel

Mizosuaniaka – A goal oriented, intense and defined human being

Mo – Pet form of English Morris, meaning ‘dark-skinned, Moor.’ Compare with feminine Mo.

Moab – Means ‘of his father’ in Hebrew. In the Old Testament this is the name of a son of Lot. He was the ancestor of the Moabites, a people who lived in the region called Moab to the east of Israel

Mocca – A refined, deep and creative being

Moe – The name Moe is a boy’s name of English origin meaning ‘delivered’.

Mogga – Meinwen means being of dedicate, fairer complexion in the physical appearance

Mohanavel – A diligent and hard working individual

Moise – Middle English form of French Moise, meaning ‘drawn out.’

Monedorix – An expressive and imaginative being

Montagew – From the peaked mountain

Montague – English surname transferred to forename use, originally a Norman baronial name composed of the Old French elements mont ‘hill, mountain’ and aigu ‘pointed,’ hence ‘pointed mountain.’

Monte – From the wealthy man”s mountain

Monte – Variant spelling of English Monty, meaning ‘pointed mountain.’

Montgomery – From the wealthy man”s mountain, Montgomery is also the state capital of Alabama.

Montgomery – English surname transferred to forename use, originally a Norman baronial name composed of Old French mont ‘hill’ and the Germanic personal name Gomeric, hence ‘hill of Gomeric.’

Montie – A hill or a hilly area

Montmorency – English surname transferred to forename use, originally a Norman baronial name composed of Old French mont ‘hill’ and Germanic Morency, hence ‘hill of Morency.’

Monty – Pet form of English Montague ‘pointed mountain,’ and more rarely Montgomery ‘hill of Gomeric.’

Moody – A brave spirit, an impulsive person

Mookaiyan – An independent, reliable and hopeful being

Mookandi – A deiligent and persevering individual

Moon Unit – A part or a portion of the moon

Moon-Unit – One that Orbits the Moon, Name of Frank Zappa’s daughter, An unisex name

Moor – Dark-skinned

Moore – The name Moore is a boy’s name of English origin meaning ‘the moors’.

Moorea – One who is like moon, or has beautiful looks of moon

Moorland – Marsh Land, From the Moor-land, A variant transcription of Moreland

Moorley – Marsh Clearing, From the Meadow on the Moor, A derivative of name Morley

Moorly – Marsh Clearing, From the Meadow on the Moor, A derivative of name Morley

Moppe – The clearance or the cleaning

Moral – The set of values of the mankind

Moraunt – A friendly and approachable being

Morcant – The bright and clear sea, a huge sea

Morcenou – An obedient, righteous and eager individual

Mordecai – Anglicized form of Hebrew Mordekay, meaning ‘devotee of Marduk (Mars)’ or ‘little man.’ In the bible, this is the name of a cousin of Queen Esther.

Mordechai – Variant spelling of English Mordecai, meaning ‘devotee of Marduk (Mars)’ or ‘little man.’

Mordred – Old English Arthurian legend name of a Knight of the Round Table who was the illegitimate son and traitor of King Arthur, possibly meaning ‘sea counsel.’ He was brother (or half-brother) to Agravain, Gaheris, Gareth, and Gawain, and noted for having crowned himself and married Guinevere while Arthur was waging war on Emperor Lucius of Rome. He was killed by Arthur at the Battle of Camlann.

Moreland – Marsh Land, From the Moor-land, A variant transcription of Moreland

Moreley – From the meadow on the moor, surname

Morgan – Welsh name, derived from ancient Celtic Morcant, probably meaning ‘sea circle.’ In use by the English as a unisex name.

Morgen – English variant spelling of Welsh Morgan, probably meaning ‘sea circle.’ In use by the English as a unisex name.

Morggan – A variant of Morgan, White Sea Dweller, Great and Bright Sea, One who dwells near the sea

Morgun – A variant of Morgan, White Sea Dweller, Great and Bright Sea, One who dwells near the sea

Moriarty – Irish surname transferred to forename use, from an Anglicized form of Gaelic O Muircheartaigh ‘descendant of Muircheartach,’ hence ‘skilled seaman.’

Moriddig – An outspoken, moral and grateful being

Morirex – A moor, who works in the plains

Morison – A dark-skinned person, one who work in open lands

Morkere – One who is darker in complexion

Morland – The land of moors, the wet land

Morlee – From the meadows of the grass land

Morleigh – Marsh Clearing, From the Meadow on the Moor, A derivative of name Morley

Morley – English surname transferred to forename use, from the name of numerous places composed of the Old English elements mor ‘marsh, moor,’ and leah ‘meadow, pasture,’ hence ‘marsh meadow.’

Morly – A person with the dark skin

Mormarch – A lake from the uncultivated land

Morrey – Dark-skinned, A Moor. Form of Maurice.

Morrey – An un-cultivated land

Morrie – Land of un-cultivated soil

Morris

Morris – Medieval English form of Roman Latin Maurice, meaning ‘dark-skinned, Moor.’

Morrisey – A dark colored person from the un-fertile land

Morrison – Dark-skinned, A Moor. Form of Maurice.

Morrison – The name Morrison is a boy’s name of English origin meaning ‘son of Morris’.

Morrissey – Irish surname transferred to forename use, from an Anglicized form of Gaelic O Muirgheasa ‘descendant of Muirgheas,’ hence ‘sea-taboo.’

Morrley – Marsh Clearing, From the Meadow on the Moor, A derivative of name Morley

Morrow – A warrior who fights in the sea

Morse – Dark-skinned, A Moor. Form of Maurice.

Mort – Short form of English Morton ‘settlement on the moor,’ and Mortimer ‘dead sea.’

Morten – The planet Mars, one who is from Mars

Morticia – The one who take care of the funerals

Mortimer – Anglicized form of Irish Gaelic Muiriartach, meaning ‘mariner, seaman.’

Morton – From the town or settlement near the moors, surname

Morton – English surname transferred to forename use, from the name of various places derived from Old English mortun, meaning ‘settlement on the moor.’

Morty – Pet form of English Morton ‘settlement on the moor,’ and Mortimer ‘dead sea.’

Moruarch – An moor land in the form of arch

Morven – child of the sea

Mose – Italian form of English Moses, meaning ‘drawn out.’

Moses – Anglicized form of Hebrew Moshe and Greek Mouses, meaning ‘drawn out.’ In the bible, this is the name of the leader who brought the Israelites out of bondage and led them to the promised land.

Moshon – A suitable word to describe someone in motion

Mosiah – Drawn out

Mosley – The family name for the Lords of a manor

Moss – Medieval form of Moses saved from the water.

Moss – English surname transferred to forename use, derived from medieval Jewish Moss (2), meaning ‘drawn out.’ Compare with another form of Moss.

Mostyn – The town of seedless plants

Moude – One who battle bravely

Mouric – A tanned person, dark complexion

Murdanie – Pet form of English Murdoch, meaning ‘sea warrior.’

Murdie – Pet form of English Murdoch, meaning ‘sea warrior.’

Murdo – Pet form of English Murdoch, meaning ‘sea warrior.’

Murdoch – Anglicized form of Scottish Gaelic Muireadhach, meaning ‘sea warrior.’

Murdock – Scottish surname transferred to forename use, from an Anglicized form of Gaelic Muireadhach, meaning ‘sea warrior.’

Murdy – Pet form of English Murdoch, meaning ‘sea warrior.’

Murgatroyd – English surname transferred to forename use, derived from a place name meaning ‘the clearing belonging to Margaret.’

Murphy – Irish surname transferred to forename use, from an Anglicized form of Gaelic O Murchadha ‘descendant of Murchadh,’ hence ‘sea-warrior.’

Murray – Scottish surname transferred to forename use, from an Anglicized form of Scottish Gaelic Muireach, meaning ‘sea warrior.’

Murtagh – Anglicized form of Gaelic O Muircheartaigh ‘descendant of Muircheartach,’ hence ‘skilled seaman.’ Compare with another form of Murtagh.

Murty – Pet form of English Murdock, meaning ‘sea warrior.’

Myles – Merciful.

Myles – The name Myles is a boy’s name of English origin, meaning soldier or merciful’.

Myron – Greek name adopted by early English Christians because of its association with the gift of myrrh given to Jesus by the Magi, derived from the Greek word myron, meaning ‘myrrh.’

English boy names starting with N

Nacien – The person who comes from the north face.

Naftali – Anglicized form of Hebrew Naphtaliy, meaning ‘my strife’ or ‘wrestling.’

Nahor – Anglicized form of Greek Nachor (Hebrew Nachowr), meaning ‘snoring’ or ‘snorting.’ In the bible, this is the name of the son of Terah and brother of Abraham. Compare with another form of Nahor.

Nahum – Anglicized form of Hebrew Nachuwm, meaning ‘comfort.’ In the bible, this is the name of a minor prophet who foretold the fall of Nineveh.

Naisbit – The nose-bend of the river

Naisbitt – The nose-bend of a piece of ground

Nandy – Pet form of English Ferdinand, meaning ‘ardent for peace.’

Nanowne – A Greenlandic name, a Polar bear

Nap – A resourceful, practical and gorgeous being

Naphtali – Anglicized form of Hebrew Naphtaliy, meaning ‘my strife’ or ‘wrestling.’ In the bible, this is the name of a son of Jacob and Bilhah.

Narboar – A large body of water sparkling brilliantly in the daylight.

Narboart – A rational, balanced and tactful person

Nasappa – A reserved, strong and creative being

Nash – English topographic surname transferred to forename use, derived from Middle English atten ash (‘at the ash’), hence ‘lives by an ash tree.’

Nasmith – The name Nasmith is a boy’s name of English origin meaning ‘nail maker’.

Nat – Short form of English Nathan ‘a giver’ or ‘given of God’ and Nathaniel ‘given of God.’ Compare with another form of Nat.

Nate – The name Nate is a boy’s name of English origin, meaning gift of God’.

Nathan – Anglicized form of Greek Natham, meaning ‘a giver’ or ‘given of God.’ In the bible, this is the name of a son of David. Compare with another form of Nathan.

Nathaniel – English form of Greek Nathanael, meaning ‘given of God’ or ‘whom God gave.’ In the New Testament bible, this is the name of an apostle, probably the same person as Bartholomew.

Nature – Something natural, made by God

Navarsu – A person who likes to travel and experience

Nayland – The name Nayland is a boy’s name of English origin meaning ‘island-dweller’.

Naylor – The name Naylor is a boy’s name of English origin meaning ‘nailer’.

Neal

Neal – A variant of Neil, this English and Irish baby name means champion and undefeated.

Nealson – The born son of Victor.

Neas – Anglicized form of Irish Gaelic Eighneachan, possibly meaning ‘man of force.’

Nebuchadnezzar – Anglicized form of Hebrew Nebuwkadnetstsar, meaning ‘Nebo, defend my crown’ or ‘Nebo, defend my firstborn son.’ In the bible, this is the name of a ruler of Babylon who conquered Judah and Jerusalem and destroyed temples.

Nebuchadrezzar – Anglicized form of Hebrew Nebuwkadnetstsar, meaning ‘Nebo, defend my crown’ or ‘Nebo, defend my firstborn son.’ In the bible, this is the name of a ruler of Babylon who conquered Judah and Jerusalem and destroyed temples.

Necessity – unavoidable or extremely requisite

Nectovelius – People from the northern cliff

Ned – An Old English name, Ned means ‘guardian of the riches’ or ‘wealthy’. It is a pet name for Edward, Edgar, Edmund and Edwin and a name in its own right.

Nedabiah – Anglicized form of Hebrew Nedabyah, meaning ‘whom Jehovah impels.’ In the bible, this is the name of one of the sons of king Jehoiachin of Judah.

Neddie – The guardian who is rich and prosperous.

Neddy – The mate who is flush and well off.

Needham – The person in need of a place to stay.

Neeli – The one who is winning the competition.

Neely – Pet form of English Neal, meaning ‘champion.’

Neeta – The person who is acceptable and endurable.

Nehemiah – Anglicized form of Hebrew Nechemyah, meaning ‘Jehovah comforts’ or ‘whom Jehovah comforts.’ In the bible, this is the name of several characters, including a governor of Judah under the Persian king Artachshatra.

Neil – Anglicized form of Irish Gaelic Niall, arrived at this form via Norman French Nel, meaning ‘champion.’

Neill – Variant spelling of English Neil, meaning ‘champion.’

Neilson – The person who is having affection by the general public.

Neko – The butter made from the Sheep’s milk.

Nekoda – Anglicized form of Hebrew Neqowda, meaning ‘distinguished.’ In the bible, this is the name of the head of a family of Babylonian exiles.

Nelly

Nels – Son of Neil.

Nelsen – The born son of the victor (the champion)

Nelson – Son of Neil.

Nelson – English patronymic surname transferred to forename use, meaning ‘son of Neil.’

Nennius – The person comes from the northern face.

Neo – Modern English name derived from the Greek word neos, meaning ‘new.’ Compare with another form of Neo.

Nerian – The person who cares for others.

Nerovens – A knight from the northern region

Nesbit – The name Nesbit is a boy’s name of English origin meaning ‘land or river bend shaped like a nose’.

Nesbitt – Resembling nose-bend

Neshaun – God is graceful or elegant.

Neshvee – A good judge, pleasant and humble being

Nethaneel – Anglicized form of Hebrew Nethanel, meaning ‘given of God’ or ‘whom God gave.’ In the Old Testament bible, this is the name of many characters, including the fourth son of Jesse.

Nethaniah – Anglicized form of Hebrew Nethanyah, meaning ‘given of Jehovah’ or ‘whom Jehovah gave.’ In the bible, this is the name of several characters, including the father of the murderer of Gedaliah.

Nevada – English unisex name derived from the U.S. state name, meaning ‘snow-capped.’

Nevan – Variant spelling of English Nevin, meaning either ‘little bone’ or ‘little saint.’

Nevil – Variant spelling of English Neville, meaning ‘new town.’

Neville

Neville – English surname transferred to forename use, derived from a Norman baronial name meaning ‘new town.’

Nevin – Irish surname transferred to forename use, from an Anglicized form of either Gaelic Cnamhin, a nickname for a skinny man meaning ‘little bone,’ or from Gaelic Naomhan, meaning ‘little saint.’

New

Newbold – The name Newbold is a boy’s name of English origin meaning ‘new building’.

Newbury – The name Newbury is a boy’s name of English origin meaning ‘new borough, new settlement’.

Newell – The name Newell is a boy’s name of English origin, meaning new town’.

Newhall – The hall that is just made

Newland – The name Newland is a boy’s name of English origin meaning ‘new land’.

Newlands – The lands that war bought recently

Newlyn – From the shrine of Saint Newelina.

Newman – The name Newman is a boy’s name of English origin meaning ‘newcomer’.

Newport – The name Newport is a boy’s name of English origin meaning ‘new port’.

Newt – The name Newt is a boy’s name of English origin meaning ‘a small salamander’.

Newton – New town

Newton – English surname transferred to forename use, derived from the name of various places composed of the Old English elements neowe ‘new’ and tun ‘enclosure, settlement,’ hence ‘new settlement.’

Neyo – Deriving from the element ‘neos’, the name Neyo is a variant of the name Neo and translates as meaning ‘new’.

Ngahuia – An exotic person who can sing

Nic – English short form of Latin Dominic ‘belongs to the lord’ and English Nicholas ‘victor of the people.’

Nichasin – A quick, versatile and funloving person

Nicholas – Anglicized form of Irish Gaelic Aonghus, meaning ‘excellent valor.’

Nicholson – The name Nicholson is a boy’s name of English origin meaning ‘son of Nicol’.

Nick

Nick – Short form of English Nicholas/Nickolas, meaning ‘victor of the people.’

Nicklas – The winning person of the people.

Nickleby – The name Nickleby is a boy’s name of English origin meaning ‘Nicholas’s village’.

Nickolas – Variant spelling of English Nicholas, meaning ‘victor of the people.’

Nickole – The fighter who is fighting on behalf of people.

Nickson

Nickson – The overcomer fights for the people.

Nicky – Unisex pet form of English Nichole and Nicholas, meaning ‘victor of the people.’

Nico

Nicson – The born son of the victorious people.

Nidhogg – Anglicized form of Old Norse Ni?hoggr, meaning ‘dreaded striker.’ In mythology, this is the name of a dragon or serpent who gnaws at the roots of the world tree Yggdrasill.

Niel – Variant spelling of English Neil, meaning ‘champion.’ Compare with another form of Niel.

Niewheall – Newly constructed hall, fresh place.

Nigel – Champion, from the Irish Gaelic name Niall

Nigel – Middle English form of Latin Nigellus, meaning ‘champion.’

Nijel – Winner, conqueror, hero, overcomer.

Nikki – Abbreviation of Nicholas. Mythological Nike was Greek goddess of victory and root origin of Nicholas.

Nikko – Abbreviation of Nicholas. Mythological Nike was Greek goddess of victory and root origin of Nicholas.

Nikko – The deity of success.

Niko – Abbreviation of Nicholas. Mythological Nike was Greek goddess of victory and root origin of Nicholas.

Nikos – Abbreviation of Nicholas. Mythological Nike was Greek goddess of victory and root origin of Nicholas.

Nikson – The medical practitioner in the armed forces.

Nile – Victor, winner, defeater, titleholder.

Niles

Niles – English patronymic surname transferred to forename use, meaning ‘son of Neal.’

Nilson – The born son of the winner or conqueror or victor.

Nilton – Mill town

Nimbus – Modern English name derived from the vocabulary word, nimbus, originally meaning ‘bright cloud surrounding a god,’ from Latin nimbus ‘cloud.’ It may also be related to nebula ‘cloud, mist.’

Nimkeek – An optimistic and healthy human

Nimrod – Anglicized form of Hebrew Nimrowd, meaning ‘rebel.’ In the bible, this is the name of a great-grandson of Noah who was a renowned hunter.

Ninadha – An understanding and happy individual

Ninel – Name of a saint, imaginative and fertile

Nionne – One who is the Greek God of wine

Nireekshat – The procedure of doing something

Nirek – Who hails from the northern region

Niren – The person who comes along from northern part.

Nirgranth – One who is coming from the northern part of the nation.

Nirgun – From the northern face.

Nirguna – Comes from the North region

Niria – The person of the north.

Nirijhar – The mankind form the north side.

Nirjarini – Person from the north side.

Nirjhar – North side human being.

Nirjis – One of the main directions , north.

Nirjvar – Coming from north direction.

Nirlep – Residing at northern part.

Nirlepa – One who dwells in the north face.

Nirlipth – One who is staying at North part.

Nirlobh – Native from northern cliff.

Nirlobha – Living in north side.

Nirmada – One person hailing from northern part

Nirmail – One who owns a farm in north part.

Nirmal – The one who dwells in the north side farm house.

Nirmala – The proprietor of the north farm house..

Nirmalan – Wood from the northern forests

Nirmalbir – The farm house which is situated in the northern part.

Nirmalcheet – The one who found good to settle in north part.

Nirmalchit – A town or village in Northern part

Nirmaldeep – A village located in northern region

Nirmaljog – Staying in the north face.

Nirmalkaram – The one closer to heart from the north side.

Nirmalpreet – A very close companion

Nirmalprem – Close buddy from the north face.

Nirmalsev – Protector who comes from the north cliff.

Nirmaltek – Water falling in spring season in the north part.

Nirmalya – One of the climate seasons that comes from the north side.

Nirmama – Timber or lumber from the north part.

Nirman – Loving mate who resides in north part.

Nirmantu – Close chum who lives in the northern cliff.

Nirmanyu – The soldier at the northern entrance.

Nirmay – Good companion from the north part.

Nirmayi – Close mate from north part.

Nirmohi – Person from the northern section

Nirmol – Person residing in north section.

Nirmolak – A wolf from the northern areas

Nisa – Harbour or bay that is situated in the woodland.

Nivek – Modern English name created by spelling Kevin (‘little comely one’) backwards.

Niven – Anglicized form of Irish Naomhan, meaning either ‘little saint.’

Nixen – The Son of Nick

Nixon – Abbreviation of Nicholas, possibly meaning Nick”s son, The mythological Nike was the Greek goddess of victory and root origin of Nicholas.

Nixon – The name Nixon is a boy’s name of English origin meaning ‘son of Nicholas’.

Noah – Anglicized form of Greek Noe (Hebrew Noach), meaning ‘rest.’ In the bible, this is the name of the last antediluvian patriarch, the main character of the flood story. Compare with feminine Noah.

Noble – English name derived from the vocabulary word, from Latin nobilis, meaning ‘noble.’

Noel – English form of French Noel, meaning ‘day of birth.’

Nog – A grog or a wooden cup

Nogah – Anglicized form of Hebrew Nogahh, meaning ‘shining splendor,’ as of the fire or the sun. In the bible, this is the name of a son of King David.

Nolan – Irish surname transferred to forename use, from an Anglicized form of O Nuallain ‘descendant of Nuallan,’ hence ‘little champion’ or ‘little chariot fighter.’

Noland – Variant spelling of English Nolan, meaning ‘little champion’ or ‘little chariot fighter.’

Noll – Medieval pet form of English Oliver, probably meaning ‘elf army.’

Nomar – Imaginative and content individual

Norbert

Norcross – From the northern crossroads, surname

Norcross – The person is from the crossroads from the northern part.

Norfolk – The name Norfolk is a boy’s name of English origin meaning ‘place of the northern people’.

Norgales – The one who is from the northern division from the land.

Noris – Horse of the person who has come from the northern part.

Norm – Short form of English Norman, meaning ‘northman.’

Norma – Who hails from the northern region

Norman – From the north, northerner, The name Norman appeared before the French Norman Conquest, and therefore while both names may come from the same root, they are not as directly linked as may first appear.

Norman – The name Norman is a boy’s name of English origin meaning ‘northerner, Norseman’.

Normand – English form of Norwegian Normund, meaning ‘north protection.’

Normann – One who is coming from the northern part of the nation.

Normannus – From the northern face.

Normen – Comes from the North region

Normie – The person of the north.

Normy – The mankind form the north side.

Norrie – Pet form of English Norman, meaning ‘northman.’

Norris

Norris – English surname transferred to forename use, from the Old Norman French word norreis, meaning ‘from the north.’

Norryl – Person from the north side.

Nortan – North side human being.

North – Direction name

North – One of the main directions , north.

Northclif – Coming from north direction.

Northcliff – The name Northcliff is a boy’s name of English origin meaning ‘northern cliff’.

Northcliffe – One who dwells in the north face.

Northclyf – One who is staying at North part.

Northclyff – Native from northern cliff.

Northclyffe – Living in north side.

Northman – One person hailing from northern part

Northrop – The name Northrop is a boy’s name of English origin meaning ‘northern farm’.

Northrup – The one who dwells in the north side farm house.

Northtun – The proprietor of the north farm house..

Northwode – Wood from the northern forests

Nortin – The farm house which is situated in the northern part.

Norton

Norton – English surname transferred to forename use, from the name of numerous places composed of the Old English elements nor? ‘north’ and tun ‘enclosure, settlement,’ hence ‘northern settlement.’

Nortrop – A town or village in Northern part

Nortrup – A village located in northern region

Norvel – Staying in the north face.

Norvin – Friend from the north, surname

Norvin – The name Norvin is a boy’s name of English origin meaning ‘northern friend’.

Norvy – A very close companion

Norvyn

Norvyn – Close buddy from the north face.

Norward – Protector who comes from the north cliff.

Norwel – Water falling in spring season in the north part.

Norwell – From the northern well or spring, surname

Norwell – One of the climate seasons that comes from the north side.

Norwerd – Timber or lumber from the north part.

Norwin – Loving mate who resides in north part.

Norwinn – Close chum who lives in the northern cliff.

Norwood – English surname transferred to forename use, from the name of various places composed of the Old English elements nor? ‘north’ and wudu ‘wood,’ hence ‘north wood.’

Norwyn – Good companion from the north part.

Norwynn – Close mate from north part.

Nota – One who likes to inspire and has dedication

Nothelm – Person from the northern section

Nothhelm – Person residing in north section.

Nothwulf – A wolf from the northern areas

Nougui – A good understanding and comforting individual

Nowell – Variant spelling of English Noel, meaning ‘day of birth.’

Nowles – Harbour or bay that is situated in the woodland.

Noyce – The name Noyce is a boy’s name of English origin meaning ‘walnut tree’.

Nukala – A restless soul who is in search of opportunities

Nun – Anglicized form of Hebrew Nuwn, meaning ‘fish.’ In the bible, this is the name of the father of Joshua.

Nunna – From the rock face which is situated in the northern part.

Nver – An ambitious and imaginative being

Ny – A person who is a angel like individual

Nykko – Abbreviation of Nicholas. Mythological Nike was Greek goddess of victory and root origin of Nicholas.

Nykko – Person who belongs to the planet Mars.

Nykyrian – One who is a wonderful orator and futuristic

Nyle – Island

Nyle – island

Nyles – Champion Form of Neil.

Nym – A soldier of the King’s army

English boy names starting with O

Oak – A Sanskrit word that means adorable, charming, beautiful.

Oakden – It is referring to the Hindu deity Lord ram as the infatuated person.

Oakes – Combination of two words ‘Mohan’ that means Charming and ‘Babu’ means sir or man.

Oakland – An enchanting brave person.

Oaklee – The servant of Lord krishna (a Hindu deity)

Oakleigh – South Indian variant of Mohandas that means servant of Lord Krishna.

Oakley – Oakley is a traditionally an old English name and relates to the tree of the same name, and means ‘from the oak’, or ‘oak meadow’.

Oakly – Kind and compassionate, Lord Krishna

Obadiah – Anglicized form of Hebrew Obadyah, meaning ‘servant of God.’ In the bible, this is the name of many characters, including a minor prophet.

Obed-Edom – Anglicized form of Hebrew Obed Edown, meaning ‘servant of Edom’ or ‘he who serves the Edomites.’ In the bible, this is the name of a Levite and a Gittite.

Obed – Anglicized form of Hebrew Owbed, meaning ‘serving, worshiping.’ In the bible, this is the name of several characters, including a son of Ruth.

Obedience – One who is trustworthy, One who can be loved or trusted.

Oberon – English form of French Auberon, meaning ‘elf ruler.’ In Shakespeare’s ‘A Midsummer Night’s Dream,’ this was the name of the king of the fairies.

Ocean – English unisex name derived from the vocabulary word, from Latin oceanus, from Greek okeanos, meaning ‘ocean.’

Ocelfa – An Arabic term to the one who revives the religion. The title of Sufi Saint Abdul Qadir Jilani.

Ocga – A grateful, authentic and outspoken person

Odale – The Bitterness of sea, a rebellious one.

Odam – An Arabic word that means one who gives respect or one who respects others.

Odayle – A Persian word that means ‘Eyelashes’.

Odbehrt – One who is always happy. Who make others happy.

Oded – Anglicized form of Hebrew Owded, meaning ‘restorer.’ In the bible, this is the name of the father of Azariah, and the name of a prophet who lived in the time of King Ahaz.

Odell – Of the valley, or an old English place name and surname meaning woad hill, Woad is an Old World plant formerly grown for its leaves that yield a blue dye.

Odell – English surname transferred to forename use, from a place name composed of the Old English elements wad ‘woad (a plant yielding blue dye)’ and hyll ‘hill,’ hence ‘woad hill.’

Odi – The fourth manifestation of Lord Vishnu.

Odom – Pleased or satisfied.

Odran – Anglicized form of Irish Gaelic Odhran, meaning ‘little sallow one.’

Odwolfe – A just or fair person, free from any favouritism, unbiased person

Odwulf – A Just lady, equitable, free from prejudice or any kind of favouritism

Oegelsby – The person who contributes to the fulfillment of a need or furtherance of an effort or purpose.

Oelfwine – A sensitive and refined person

Ofeibea – A good communicator who is appreciated

Ofer – Variant spelling of English Ofir, meaning ‘gold’ or ‘reducing to ashes.’

Ofir – Variant spelling of English Ophir, meaning ‘gold’ or ‘reducing to ashes.’

Oftfor – One who has foresight and vision for more

Ogdan – The person who is steadfast in allegiance or duty, the one who is open type and genuine.

Ogden – English habitational surname transferred to forename use, composed of the Old English elements ac ‘oak’ and denu ‘valley,’ hence ‘oak valley.’

Ogdon – Freshly brought into existence, newcomer to this world

Ogelsby – The almighty God, who is always same yesterday, today and forever

Ogelsvie – A person who engaged in or experienced in warfare like Novel

Ogelsvy – The fresh nimble, constantly giving light and ever shine

Ogrins – An individualistic and happy being

Oguhyr – A new and bright individual

Ohad – Means ‘united’ in Hebrew. In the Old Testament he is the third son of Simeon

Oiddii – A personal who is original and fun loving

Okeley – A spelling variation of the Neelam or Nilam that means the Blue Sapphire.

Okely – An Alder tree that grows himself across the rivers or streams.

Okera – One who is royal born and is versatile

Okes – A willingly strong spirit and a strong and active person with a calm mind.

Okey – A bright shining light that is pleasing to the eyes

Oldwin – The Blue atmosphere, blue firmament.

Oldwyn – The neck body part is blue.

Olen – Holy

Olfa – A familiar and intimate individual

Oli – Short form of English Oliver, probably meaning ‘elf army.’

Olin – Hallowed

Olivander – The one who shelters the olive tree.

Oliver – Peaceful or the olive tree

Oliver William – Oliver comes from the name Olive – after the tree, and also means ‘Elf Warrior’, William is the English version of the Germanic name Wilheim meaning ‘desire’ and ‘helmet’.

Oliver – English form of French Olivier, probably meaning ‘elf army.’

Olivera – The sign or olive tree

Ollaneg – comes from the north west of London, Olney.

Ollie – Unisex pet form of English Oliver and Olivia, both probably meaning ‘elf army.’

Olly – ELF military or olive tree like.

Olney – The one who comes from Olney.

Olyn – The red fruit tree which has tiny branches all around.

Omar – Anglicized form of Hebrew Owmar, meaning ‘eloquent, talkative’ or ‘speaker.’ In the bible, this is the name of a grandson of Esau. Compare with another form of Omar.

Omega – English unisex name derived from the last letter of the Greek alphabet. This name was used occasionally by Victorian parents for a ‘last-born child.’

Omni – The one who is able to communicate or get indicators in all directions

Omri – Anglicized form of Hebrew Omriy, meaning ‘pupil of Jehovah’ or ‘servant of Jehovah.’ In the bible, this is the name of several characters, including a king of Israel.

On – Anglicized form of Hebrew Own, meaning ‘vigor’ or ‘wealth.’ In the bible, this is the name of a leader of the Korah group.

Onam – Anglicized form of Hebrew Ownam, meaning ‘vigorous, strong.’ In the bible, this is the name of the father of Jada.

Onslow – From the zealous one”s hill

Onslow – The name Onslow is a boy’s name of English origin meaning ‘from the zealous one’s hill’.

Onslowe – Passionate or adoring one’s mountain

Ontzlake – A Good knight of prowess

Opher – Variant spelling of English Ophir, meaning ‘gold’ or ‘reducing to ashes.’

Ophir – Anglicized form of Hebrew Owphiyr, meaning ‘gold’ or ‘reducing to ashes.’ In the bible, this is the name for gold and its characteristics, the name of a land or city, and the name of the eleventh son of Joktan.

Or – Residing at the edge of a shoreline

Ora – English unisex name derived from Latin orare, meaning ‘to pray.’ Compare with strictly feminine Ora.

Orahamm – The place surrounded by lake or water.

Oral – The statements which were given already.

Oram – The nearer place to sea or river.

Oran – Anglicized form of Irish Gaelic Odhran, meaning ‘little sallow one.’ Compare with another form of Oran.

Orange – Orange

Oratun – Farmhouse near the boundary line.

Ordbehrt – A sensitive, dedicated and honest being

Orde – The blade point of the sharp sword.

Ordell – The tiny table knife or bread-knife or bladeknife.

Ordheah – A high spirited and optimistic individual

Ordla – A strong minded, affectionate individual

Ordlaf – An amusing and logical being

Ordland – from the peak of the mountain.

Ordman – The one who can handle the spear very well.

Ordmund – The one who guards with a javelin.

Ordovs – A reasonable and observant individual

Ordsone – The born son of Ormond.

Ordwald – The one who is possessing the might like javelin.

Ordwin – The assistant who fights with a javelin.

Ordwine – The one who is very close mate to spear.

Orford – Tiger, one of the bold animals.

Orham – The one who is free of extraneous elements of any kind.

Orian – Anglicized form of Middle Welsh Urien, meaning ‘privileged birth.’

Orick – The person who is a triumph one with peaceful sleep.

Orik – From the ancient oak tree

Orik – Steadiness of mind under stress.

Oris – A variation of name Orris, Tree

Orman – Mariner, Spearman

Ormand – Deserving of esteem and respect.

Ormeman – Mother of prettiness, motherhood of loveliness.

Ormemund – Nooa break, relaxation, relief, well being.

Ormerod – English surname transferred to forename use, composed of the Old Norse name Ormarr and Old English rod ‘clearing,’ hence ‘Ormarr’s clearing.’

Ormond – Irish surname transferred to forename use, from an Anglicized form of Gaelic O Ruaidh, meaning ‘descendant of Ruadh.’

Ormonde – Variant spelling of English Ormond, meaning ‘descendant of Ruadh.’

Ormund – The glow of the conviction, spark of the belief.

Orrell – English surname transferred to forename use, composed of the Old English elements ora ‘ore’ and hyll ‘hill,’ hence ‘ore hill.’

Orrick – From the ancient oak tree

Orrick – The oak tree land.

Orrik – From the primordial oak land.

Orrin – Variant spelling of English Oran, meaning ‘little sallow one.’

Orson – English surname transferred to forename use, from an old Norman French byname, ourson, a diminutive of ours ‘bear,’ hence ‘little bear’ or ‘bear cub.’

Orton – From the shore settlement or town, a surname

Orton – The border or edge of the farm.

Ortun – The ranch near the borderline.

Orval – Variant spelling of English Orville, probably meaning ‘golden city.’

Orville

Orville – English literary name created by Fanny Burney, author of the 1778 novel Evelina, probably intended to mean ‘golden city.’

Orvin – The person who is very closer to Spear.

Orvvite – An orderly, versatile and tidy individual

Orwald – The person who is possessing the power like a spear.

Orwell – The turnoff of a stream.

Orwin – The assistant who fights with a javelin.

Orwynn – The person who is very much familiar with the spear.

Osbart – The powerful and shining lights from God.

Osbeohrt – A powerful light of God

Osbeorht – The shining light from the God

Osbern – The one who leads the war on behalf of most high God.

Osbernus – Who leads war on behalf of God

Osbert – The name Osbert is a boy’s name of English origin meaning ‘divinely brilliant’.

Osbertus – The power and bright light of God

Osborn – Divine bear

Osborn – The name Osborn is a boy’s name of English origin meaning ‘divine bear’.

Osbourne – English surname transferred to forename use, derived from a variant of Osborn, meaning ‘divine-bear.’

Osbryht – The light from God that brightens

Osburh – The lights of God

Osburn – The celestial combatant who fights on behalf of God.

Osburt – The bright of the lifetime.

Oscar – God”s spear

Oscar – The name Oscar is a boy’s name of English, Irish origin meaning ‘God spear, or deer-lover or champion warrior’.

Osceola – radiant and shining powerful nimble from God.

Oscytel – holy spear, the person who really admires the animal deer

Oseberne – The light of God that shines

Osebertus – The brave soldier of god

Osewold – The brave fighter of God

Osfrid – The bravest warrior of the God

Osgood – English surname transferred to forename use, derived from the Anglo-Saxon personal name Osgod, meaning ‘divine Gaut.’

Oslaf – A free-detailed and sensitive person

Oslafa – An ambitious, courageous and strong person

Osma – One who acts like a divine protector

Osman – Variant spelling of English Osmond, meaning ‘divine protection.’ Compare with another form of Osman.

Osmar – Divinely glorious

Osmar – This uplifting name means either amazing or divine.

Osmarr – God like fame, who is born with glory

Osmel – One with a preserving and detailed nature

Osmod – A rare meaning who is under divine protection

Osmon – One who is provided protection by God

Osmond – Divine protector

Osmond – The name Osmond is a boy’s name of English origin meaning ‘divine protection’.

Osraed – One who is like a divine counselor

Osric – Divine ruler

Osric – The name Osric is a boy’s name of English origin meaning ‘divine ruler’.

Osrick – A divine and powerful ruler

Osrid – Divine counselor

Osryd – A majestic and divine counselor

Ossian – Anglicized form of Irish Gaelic Oisin, meaning ‘little deer.’

Ossy – A divine and powerful person, spiritual

Osulf – A creative and imaginative individual

Osuuald – One with a clever, optimistic and analytical

Osuualdus – One who has a desire to understand others

Osuuol – An intense, practical and desirable person

Osuuoldus – A happy-go-lucky and gorgeous individual

Osvald – Rule of God, is very powerful and passionate

Osvin – One who is a God’s friend

Oswald – Divine power

Oswald – Middle English form of Anglo-Saxon Osweald, meaning ‘divine power’ or ‘divine ruler.’

Oswell – One who has divine and majestic power

Oswin – God”s friend

Oswin – The name Oswin is a boy’s name of English origin meaning ‘God’s friend’.

Oswinus – A spontaneous and happy go lucky person

Oswudu – One who respects and loves people

Oswuff – A great and stable minded ruler

Oswulf – A name given to a King

Osyth – Used in Gog’s war, a divine and majestic war

Otey – Anothe variant of Ottey, imaginative

Othello – English name created by Shakespeare and thought to probably have been inspired by Italian Thorello (‘young bull’), perhaps changing only the first element from Thor- to Otho, hence ‘rich youth.’

Othniel – Meaning uncertain, possibly ‘lion of God’ or ‘strength of God’ in Hebrew. In the Old Testament he is a nephew of Caleb who becomes the first of the ruling judges of the Israelites

Otis – English surname transferred to forename use, meaning ‘son of Otto.’

Otniel – Variant spelling of English Othniel, meaning ‘lion of God.’

Ottis – Variant spelling of English Otis, meaning ‘son of Otto.’

Ottoline – A dynamic and restless person, they enjoy change

Oudia – An imaginative and creative person

Ouein – A dynamic and independent person

Oughtred – A son of Ughtred, has independent nature

Oukouaka – A trusted individual who has capabilities

Outacite – Another name for a man-killer

Overton – A habitational name for an enclosure

Owen – Anglicized form of Irish Gaelic Eoghan, meaning ‘born of yew.’ Compare with another form of Owen.

Owner – A spontaneous and happy go lucky personality

Oxford – The name Oxford is a boy’s name of English origin meaning ‘from the oxen crossing’.

Oxforde – One who belongs to the Ox ford

Oxley – From the ox enclosure

Oxley – A habitational name meaning a well born individual

Oxnaford – One who came from the ox ford

Oxnatun – The one who came from Ox farm

Oxton – The one who belonged to ox farm

Oz

Oz – English short form of longer names beginning with Os-, meaning ‘god.’ Compare with another form of Oz.

Ozmen – A person who is a saviour and is born as a strong being

Ozzie – This is a nickname for ‘Oswald,’ which means divine power. It is also the name of the famous rock n’ roll singer Ozzie Osbourne.

Ozzy – Variant spelling of Middle English Ozzie, meaning ‘divine power’ or ‘divine ruler.’

English boy names starting with P

Pace – English surname transferred to forename use, derived from the French personal name Pascal, meaning ‘Passover, Easter.’

Pacen – Son of Peace, A variant form of name Payson

Pacey – Pet form of English Pace, meaning ‘Passover, Easter.’

Pachima – One who belongs to the west town

Packard – The name Packard is a boy’s name of English origin meaning ‘pack, bundle,’.

Packer – One who does packing

Packston – One who belongs to the peaceful farm

Paddington – Name of an Estate of Padda

Paddy – Anglicized form of Irish Gaelic Paidi, meaning ‘patrician, of noble birth.’

Paden – Anglicized form of Irish Gaelic Paidin, meaning ‘little patrician’ or ‘little noble.’

Padget

Paecc – A confident and a born leader

Paecca – One who is like a little rock

Paeccel – An idealistic and independent individual

Paecga – One who is born with great abilities

Paegastun – One who belongs fighter’s farm

Paegna – A sensitive and refined individual, bridge

Paella – An individual who is strong like a mantle

Paelli – A self assured and confident individual

Paen – A person born with expressive and patient nature

Paettel – One who is born to endure

Paetti – A strong and extremely generos person

Paga – One whose eye is fixed on the land

Pagan – The name Pagan is a boy’s name of English origin meaning ‘from the country, countryman’.

Page – English surname transferred to unisex forename use, derived from a status name for a young boy who was apprenticed to a knight, hence ‘page, young servant.’

Pahath-Moab – Anglicized form of Hebrew Pachath-mowab, meaning ‘governor of Moab’ and ‘pit of Moab.’ In the bible, this is the name of an ancestor of a family of Babylonian exiles, and the name of the father of Hashub.

Paige – One who is a noble white boy or a helper

Paine – A local villager or a rustic individual

Paise – Short form of English unisex Paisley, meaning ‘church.’

Paisley – Scottish surname transferred to unisex forename use, from an Anglicized form of Gaelic Paislig, possibly derived from Late Latin basilica, meaning ‘church.’

Paiton – One who is villager or a warrior

Paks – Peace

Palamides – A deep, sensitive and bright individuals

Paley – The name Paley is a boy’s name of English origin.

Palin

Pallmer – One who strong as the Palm tree

Palloc – A person who is secretive and sensitive

Pallu – Anglicized form of Hebrew Palluw, meaning ‘distinguished.’ In the bible, this is the name of the second son of Reuben.

Palmar – A Palm tree of the holy land

Palmer – Pilgrim bearing a palm branch

Palmer – English surname transferred to forename use, derived from Latin palma, meaning ‘palm tree.’ Before it was a surname, Palmer was an old byname for ‘a pilgrim,’ someone who had been on a pilgrimage to the Holy Land and brought back a palm branch as proof that they had actually been there.

Palmere – A Palm tree which grows in holy land

Palmiro – Pilgrimage or religious expedition

Palomides – They are unchristened, they are having a desire for perfection

Palu – Variant spelling of English Pallu, meaning ‘distinguished.’

Pamp – A person who is like a little rock

Pan – A shephard who is a care taker

Pancras – Medieval English name derived from Latin Pancratius, meaning ‘all power.’

Pantelion – A thrifty, logical and natty person

Papaharana – One who is the destroyer of all evil

Paratyl – One who is lighted like a flame

Parella – A clever and clear sighted person

Parham – Habitational name meaning a Pear farm

Parind – One who has a mind for personal gain

Paris – Modern English unisex name derived from the French capital city, Paris, from the name of a Gaulish tribe called the Parisii, who once lived on the site. Compare with another form of Paris.

Parisch – A creative and practical person

Parish – One who lives in a parish

Park – A topographic name, one who lives near park

Parka – A variant of Parke which means Park Keeper, Keeper of the Park, Also a type of coat jacket

Parkar – One who is the keeper of the park

Parker – Park keeper

Parker – In medieval times, a last name given to someone who was a gamekeeper. Well-known Parkers: writer Dorothy Parker, saxophonist Charlie Parker, actresses Mary-Louise Parker, Sarah Jessica Parker, and Parker Posey.

Parkere – A forest ranger or a keeper of park

Parkerr – A clever minded, keeper of park

Parkerre – A gamekeeper, who is the keeper of park

Parkin – The name Parkin is a boy’s name of English origin meaning ‘little Peter’.

Parkins – The one who is the son of Parkin

Parkinson – The son of Parkin

Parkker – One who is the keeper of the farm

Parks – Park keeper

Parkus – An English Surname formed from habitational place

Parkyr – Keeper of the farmland, wonderful

Parnall – A little rock or a stone

Parnel – A stable person, it is a nineteenth century name

Parnell – One who is appreciated and lovabe

Parr – The name Parr is a boy’s name of English origin meaning ‘enclosure’.

Parris – Variant spelling of English unisex Paris, derived from the name of the French capital city, Paris, from the name of a Gaulish tribe called the Parisii, who once lived on the site.

Parrish – Lives near the church

Parrker – One who is the keeper of the park

Parry – Variant spelling of English Perry, meaning ‘wanderer.’

Parson – The name Parson is a boy’s name of English origin meaning ‘clergyman’.

Parsons – A name given to a servant in Parson’s house

Parton – The name Parton is a boy’s name of English origin meaning ‘pear orchard’.

Party – One who is energetic and flexible

Pascal – The name Pascal is a boy’s name of French, English origin meaning ‘of the Passover, Easter’.

Pascoe – Easter-related

Pasquere – An active, self controlled individual

Passa – A person who loves harmony, little rock

Pat – English unisex short form of English Patrick and Latin Patricia, meaning ‘patrician, of noble birth.’

Pate – Peacock town

Paterson – The name Paterson is a boy’s name of English origin meaning ‘son of Peter’.

Patin – A variant of Paton, hill and stream

Paton

Patrick

Patrick – Anglicized form of Irish Gaelic Padraig, meaning ‘patrician, of noble descent.’

Patsuqua – One who is entitled to all happiness

Patsy – English unisex name meaning ‘patrician, of noble birth.’ It is a pet form of both English Patrick and Latin Patricia.

Patten – Occupational name for the maker of clogs

Patterson – The name Patterson is a boy’s name of English origin meaning ‘son of Peter’.

Pattin – One who is from the warrior’s town

Patton – Strength and power are part of this name’s meaning, which is a warrior or a warrior’s town.

Pauee – An individual whose money is paid

Paul

Paul – English and French form of Latin Paulus, meaning ‘small.’ In the bible, this is the name of the author of the 14 epistles of the New Testament.

Paulie – English pet form of English/French Paul, meaning ‘small.’

Pauloc – One with quick and clever mind, analytical

Pauls – A small and little being

Paulson – From Paul, a little son

Pavlini – An assertive and lonesome individual

Pawelinus – An individual who is passionate and efficient

Pax

Pax – Peace

Paxon – Peace town

Paxon – One who is deeply quiet and understanding

Paxten – One from the peaceful farm

Paxtin – Old English – From the peaceful town, A variant of name Paxton

Paxton – From the peaceful town or settlement

Paxton – Paxton means a peaceful place, a land that is settled.

Paxtun – A person who is from peaceful town

Paxy – Peace

Payden – From the fighter”s den or valley, surname

Payden – Variant of Peyton, the name means home of the warrior.

Payne – The name Payne is a boy’s name of English origin meaning ‘villager, country-dweller’.

Payson – English Surname, Means Son of Pays, Pays is a form of Pax which means peace

Payten – Peacock town

Payton – Warrior’s estate

Payton – English surname transferred to unisex forename use, from the name of a place composed of the Old English name P?ga and the word tun ‘enclosure, settlement,’ hence ‘P?ga’s settlement.’

Paytun – Peacock town

Peabody – The name Peabody is a boy’s name of English origin meaning ‘having the body of a gnat’.

Peace

Peak – The name Peak is a boy’s name of English origin.

Peale – The name Peale is a boy’s name of English origin meaning ‘bell ringer’.

Pearce – The name Pearce is a boy’s name of English origin meaning ‘son of Piers’.

Pearroc – One who belongs to the forest

Pears – A variant of Peter, piers

Pechthelm – An easygoing, talented and casual being

Peck – Dealing with weights and measures

Pecthelm – A trusting and humble being

Pedrog – One who is born famous

Pedton – Name of a priest’s village

Peeki – One who is a peak or pointed hill

Peel – The name Peel is a boy’s name of English origin meaning ‘tower, stockade’.

Peerce – Rock

Peerless – English – American: Incomparable, Unmatchable

Peers – Variant spelling of English Piers, meaning ‘rock, stone.’

Peersey – Rock

Pekahiah – Anglicized form of Hebrew Peqachyah, meaning ‘Jehovah sees’ or ‘whose eyes Jehovah opened.’ In the bible, this is the name of a king of Samaria, the son of king Menahem.

Pelham – The name Pelham is a boy’s name of English origin meaning ‘tannery town’.

Peliandis – A diplomatic and systematic individual

Pell – The name Pell is a boy’s name of English origin meaning ‘dealer in furs’.

Pellogris – A versatile and quick minded individual

Pelltun – A person from the pool farm

Pelson – A sensitive and idealistic natured

Pelton – A name for a settlement

Pembroke – The name Pembroke is a boy’s name of English origin meaning ‘bluff, headland’.

Pemota – Native American – One who walks emotional spectrum

Pemton – From the town or settlement near the pool

Pemton – Habitational name for a hill

Pendleton – The name Pendleton is a boy’s name of English origin meaning ‘overhanging settlement’.

Peni – A homestead near the bent grass plain

Penka – The one from an enclosed meadow

Penlea – One who belongs to the settlement of meadow

Penleigh – An enclosed meadow, pasture

Penley – From the enclosed pasture meadow, surname

Penley – The name Penley is a boy’s name of English origin meaning ‘enclosed meadow’.

Penly – Belonging to the meadow

Penn – From the enclosure

Penn – One who belongs to a meadow

Pennant – Name of a place, from the meadow

Pennington – An enclosed meadow, habitational name

Pennlea – One who is from and enclosed meadow

Pennleah – Name for an enclosed pasture in England

Pennleigh – A pasture, from the meadow

Pennley – One which an enclosed meadow

Penrod – Is born with a deep desire to inspire

Penticost – A fiflty, a surname provided

Peoda – A decent and admirable being

Peofa – A practical and emotional person, a rock

Peofel – One who achieves great height, a rock

Peoht – Name oof a wood or clearing, hesitant

Peohtel – A talented, deep minded and clever being

Peohtgils – A generous and wonderful being

Peohthelm – One who has dual influence, full of fun

Peohtla – A hard working, creative and versatile person

Peohtred – One who is a nature lover and artist

Peohtric – Is versatile, friendly and creative being

Peohtwine – Has an analytical mind

Peola – A little rock or a stone, understanding

Peot – A place for the best resources, precise

Peota – One who is free detailed and generous

Peotla – A literary, agreeable and lonesome being

Pepper – One who derived from Peper, a small man

Perce – Short form of English Percival, meaning ‘pierced valley.’

Percey – A person who is noble natured, pierces the valley

Percival

Percival – English form of French Percevel, meaning ‘pierced valley.’ In Arthurian legend, this is the name of the pure and innocent knight of King Arthur’s court who was known as ‘the Welshman.’ He was the son of King Pellinore, and brother to Dindrane and Sirs Aglovale, Dornar, Lamorak, and Tor. After the death of his father, his mother raised him in the forest away from the ways of men. When he was 15 a group of knights passed through the forest and Percival was awe-struck by their appearance. He then traveled to Arthur’s court in the hope of becoming a knight himself. He was most noted for having succeeded in the Quest for the Holy Grail.

Percy

Percy – English surname transferred to forename use, originally a Norman French baronial name derived from the Gallo-Roman personal name Persius (probably meaning ‘soldier’), but reanalyzed as a compound of Old French perce(r) ‘pierced’ and haie ‘hedge,’ hence ‘pierced hedge.’ The name is often used as a pet form of Percival, meaning ‘pierced valley.’

Peregrin – Traveller, wanderer

Peregrine – English name derived from Latin Peregrinus, meaning ‘wanderer.’

Peregrinus – Traveller, wanderer

Perekin – One who is like a little rock

Perimones – One who is a red Knight

Perkin – The name Perkin is a boy’s name of English origin meaning ‘little Peter’.

Perkins – Pierre’s son

Perl – Gemstone

Perley – Pearl, A name derived from the name Pearl

Pernel – The one who is a little rock

Pernelle – Old French – Little Peter, A variant transcription of the name Parnell

Peronell – One who is individualistic

Perry – Pear tree, also a nickname for the Latin Peregrine

Perry – Pet form of English Peregrine, meaning ‘wanderer.’ In some cases, it may be the transferred use of the topographic surname, meaning ‘lives by a pear tree.’

Persant – A person who has a natural interest in welfare

Persides – One who needs ambition, drive and energy

Pertel – A tidy and excited human being

Pertolepe – A technical and expressive individual

Perye – One who is from the Pear tree

Pete – Rock

Pete – Short form of English Peter, meaning ‘rock, stone.’

Peter

Peter – Anglicized form of Scottish Gaelic Padraig, meaning ‘patrician, of noble descent.’

Peterey – A free detailed and patient person

Peterkin – Pet form of English Peter, meaning ‘rock, stone.’

Peterson – The name Peterson is a boy’s name of English origin meaning ‘son of Peter’.

Peteve – A confident, excited and useful person

Petipace – A poised and emotional being

Petreius – A polite and reasonable individual

Petroines – A systematic and loving individual

Peufa – One who lives to service the people

Peyton – Warrior”s village, a unisex name. Peyton Place was the name of a popular TV show from the 1960s.

Peyton – Also a female name, Peyton derives from ‘Peacock town’ and became popular in the 1990’s.

Pfeostun – One who is from Priest’s farm

Pfesssley – One whois from the priest’s meadow

Phallu – Anglicized form of Hebrew Palluw, meaning ‘distinguished.’ In the bible, this is the name of the second son of Reuben.

Pharaoh – Anglicized form of Greek Pharao (‘his nakedness’) and Hebrew Paroh (‘great house’). In the bible, this is a title for the king of Egypt.

Phariance – One who is filled with fun and is expressive

Pharien – A strong and responsible individual

Phelan – Anglicized form of Irish Gaelic Faolan, meaning ‘little wolf.’

Phelim – Anglicized form of Irish Gaelic Feidhlim, possibly meaning ‘hospitable.’

Phelps – The name Phelps is a boy’s name of English origin meaning ‘son of Philip’.

Phibes – A Surname of possibly from Italian or Eastern Europe Origin, Possibly derived from surname name Fabi or Fabe

Phil – Short form of English Philip, meaning ‘lover of horses.’

Philander – English name derived from Latin Philandrus, meaning ‘with love for people.

Phileas – An affectionate and quick minded individual

Philip

Philip – Anglicized form of Irish Gaelic Feidhlim, possibly meaning ‘hospitable.’

Philipe – Variant spelling of English Philip, meaning ‘lover of horses.’

Phillip

Phillip – Variant spelling of English Philip, meaning ‘lover of horses.’

Phillipus – One who has expressive and humble nature

Philo – English and German name derived from Greek Philon, meaning ‘to love.’ Also used as a short form of other names beginning with Philo-.

Phineas – Variant spelling of English Phinehas, meaning ‘mouth of brass.’

Phinehas – Anglicized form of Hebrew Piynechac, a form of Egyptian Panhsj (‘the Nubian’), but translated from Hebrew pinechac, meaning ‘mouth of brass.’ In the bible, this is the name of several characters, including a son of Eleazar.

Phipps – The name Phipps is a boy’s name of English origin meaning ‘son of Philip’.

Phoenix – Latin form of Greek Phoinix, meaning ‘crimson.’ In mythology, this is the name of an immortal bird who would rise from its own ashes after being consumed by fire every 500 years. The name has been adopted into English use as a unisex name.

Pialy – A sharp flash of light, candid and dual nature

Picaworth – One who belongs to woodcutter’s estate

Picel – A restless person who seeks nature and peace

Pickford – The name Pickford is a boy’s name of English origin meaning ‘from the ford at the peak’.

Pickworth – One who is from Woodcutter’s estate

Pidda – A reserved and serious minded individual, little rock

Pierce – Rock, a variant of Piers, an older form of Peter

Pierce – The name Pierce is a boy’s name of English origin meaning ‘son of Piers’.

Piercy – Rock

Pierre – French form of Latin Petrus, meaning ‘rock, stone.’

Pierrel – A little rock

Piers

Piers – Middle English form of French Pierres, meaning ‘rock, stone.’

Pierson – son of peter

Pignores – One who is sensitive and friendly person

Pike – The name Pike is a boy’s name of English origin meaning ‘pike, a fish’.

Pilheard – A name of the tribe in Midlands and North of England

Pillaines – One who is capable and enthusiastic

Pinel – A man who is as tall as a pine tree, mostly used as a surname

Pinnel – An English surname meaning little pine-tree

Pino – Yahweh will add another son

Pip – Pet form of English Philip, meaning ‘lover of horses.’

Piper – English occupational surname transferred to unisex forename use, derived from Middle English pipere, meaning ‘pipe-player.’

Piperel – A musican playing the pipe

Pippin – English variant of French Pepin, meaning ‘seed of a fruit.’

Piran – Possibly derived from the Irish surname Ciar

Pistol

Pit – One who comes from the pit

Pitney – The name Pitney is a boy’s name of English origin meaning ‘island, dry ground in moss’.

Pitt – The name Pitt is a boy’s name of English origin meaning ‘pit, ditch’.

Pittman – A person who lives in a ditch

Pittney – An islnad that belongs to the stubborn one

Piuda – One with a wart or a blemish on the skin

Placid – English name derived from Latin Placidus, meaning ‘calm, placid.’

Pleghelm – One who is carefree, who has no worries

Plegmund – Name of the Archbishop of Canterbury

Plennie – Full, complete

Plenorius – A male name of English origin

Plummer – The name Plummer is a boy’s name of English origin.

Poatri – Admired, Praisable Man, A varaint spelling of Poetry

Pocel – One who is like a little rock

Pocg – A person who is compared to a little rock

Poe – A person who is like a peacock

Poet

Pogge – A fish, also called an armed bullhead

Pohha – He is like a small rock

Pohhel – He comes from the small rock

Poindexter – English name meaning right fist

Pollard – The name Pollard is a boy’s name of English origin meaning ‘shorn head’.

Polloch – A Royal Headdress

Pollock – A pit or a small rock

Pollyrd – A small person

Polonius – A person who relates to Polland, a Polish man

Pomeroy – The name Pomeroy is a boy’s name of English origin meaning ‘dweller by the apple orchard’.

Pompey – English form of Roman Latin Pompeius, possibly meaning ‘display, solemn procession.’

Pooler – An old English surname, rarely used

Porivs – An English male name

Port – One who works or lives near a harbor

Porter – English occupational surname transferred to forename use, meaning ‘doorkeeper.’

Portland – The name Portland is a boy’s name of English origin meaning ‘land near the port’.

Posha – English American – A fancy young woman, A variant of name Posh

Poss – A pet form of Peter, which means rock

Possa – A small, little rock

Possel – Mostly used as a surname, means rock

Potter – The name Potter is a boy’s name of English origin meaning ‘maker of drinking and storage vessels’.

Powell – The name Powell is a boy’s name of English origin meaning ‘son of Howell’.

Powers – One who is powerful, skillful, strong

Praen – An English baby Boy name

Prairie – A person who comes from the flatlands

Prasutagus – A name of the King of the British Celtic tribe

Pratt – The name Pratt is a boy’s name of English origin meaning ‘trick, craft’.

Premislas – Anglicized form of Latin Premislaus, meaning ‘cunning.’

Premyslas – Anglicized form of Latin Premislaus, meaning ‘cunning.’

Prentice – The name Prentice is a boy’s name of English origin meaning ‘apprentice’.

Prentis – An apprentice of someone

Prentiss – A person who is a scholar, a learner

Preostcot – One who is from the dwelling of the Priest

Prescot – Used mainly as a surname, means the cottage of the Priest

Prescott – From the priest”s cottage, surname

Prescott – The name Prescott is a boy’s name of English origin meaning ‘priest’s cottage’.

Presleigh – The meadow of the Priest

Presley – From the priest”s meadow, a surname evocative of Elvis Presley

Presley – From the surname which means ‘priest clearing,.

Presly – A grassy field the belongs to the priest

Press – One who is from the priest’s village

Presslee – One who is from the Priest’s meadow

Pressley – To come from the priest’s meadow

Pressleyl – One who is from the meadow of the priest

Prestan – One who is from the priest’s town

Prestcot – To be from the home of the priest

Prestcott – To come from the priest’s cottage

Prestie – Spiritual place

Prestin – One who is from the priest’s farm

Prestiy – Spiritual place

Prestley – One who lives on the meadow of the priest

Preston – From the priest”s estate

Preston – English surname transferred to forename use, from the name of numerous places composed of the Old English elements preost ‘priest’ and tun ‘enclosure, settlement,’ hence ‘priest’s settlement.’

Prestyn – Spiritual place

Priadan – A masculine name of English origin

Price – English surname transferred to forename use, derived from the Middle English element pris, meaning ‘price’ or ‘prize.’

Priestley – One who resides in the priest’s meadow

Priestly – A resident of the priest’s meadow

Primal – A primeval a primary person

Prince – Derived literally from the English word prince, its origin and use is in the English language.

Princeton – From the town or place belonging to the prince or the royal family, an ivy league university in New Jersey

Princeton – Princeton means town belonging to the prince. It is also the name of an ivy league college.

Prior – One who is the head of the monastery

Probert – Son of the renown, famous and bright one

Proctor – Steward or caretaker

Profit – A Scottish and English Surname, A variant spelling is Proffitt

Prosper – English name derived from Latin Prosperus, meaning ‘fortunate, successful.’

Protec – One who givs people protection, shelter

Pubba – He is like the small rock

Puck – Elf, mischievous character in Shakespeare”s Midsummer”s Night Dream

Puck – Mischievous, A Shakespearean baby name, Name of a mischievous spirit in the English Legend

Puda – One whi is like the little rock

Pudel – Splash, engraving on the pool

Pulloc – One who likes harmony and peace, idealistic

Pun – A play on words

Purcell – An occupational name for a swineherf

Purl – A Boy who is like the pearl

Purnell – An old surname, meaning the rock

Purves – Occupational name for one who obtains supplies for a monastery or manor haouse

Purvis – One who obtains supplies for the manor house or the monastery

Purviss – One who provides food for the manastery or the house

Puta – A mythological person

Putnam – The name Putnam is a boy’s name of English origin meaning ‘dweller by the hollow’.

Pybba – One who is like a small rock

Pybbi – A person who is like the small stone

Pyers – One who lives near a pier, near the boats

Pylta – One who is like a small stone

Pylyp – One who is a horse lover

Pyn – One who comes from the bunded area

Pyt – A man from the pit

Pytta – One small rock

Pyttel – A hawk-like person

English boy names starting with Q

Qasean – Forgiving

Qayshaun – God is merciful

Qeshaun – God is merciful

Qita – An original person who is creative and original

Quadarius – Modern blend name of Quan (possibly as a variant of Juan) and Darius

Quaid

Quaigon – A literary name meaning a life force, a spirit

Quanmaine – Modern blend of Quan (possibly as a variant of Juan) and Jermaine

Quantavius – Modern blend of Quan (possibly as a variant of Juan) and Octavius

Quantavius – The name Quantavius is a boy’s name of English origin, meaning eighth’.

Quantay – Unclear

Quashawn – Modern blend of Quan and Shawn

Quenataucus – An accurate, compassionate and energetic person

Quent – He who is from the queen’s estate

Quentin – From the Queen”s place, town

Quenton

Quenton – He who is fifth

Quentrell – English surname meaning fifth

Quest – Quest or exploration

Quiller – The name Quiller is a boy’s name of English origin meaning ‘scribe, writer with a quill pen’.

Quin – Short form of English Quinton, meaning ‘fifth.’

Quincey

Quincey – Variant spelling of English Quincy, meaning ‘fifth.’

Quincy

Quincy – English surname transferred to forename use, derived from the Norman baronial name Cuinchy, a derivative of Roman Quintus, meaning ‘fifth.’

Quinlan – Irish surname transferred to forename use, from an Anglicized form of Gaelic O Caoindealbhan ‘descendant of Caoindealbhan,’ hence ‘little fair-formed one.’

Quinn – Irish surname transferred to forename use, from an Anglicized form of Gaelic O Coinn ‘descendant of Conn,’ hence ‘chief, freeman, head, hound, intelligence, strength.’

Quinni – Descendant of the slender one

Quint – The name Quint is a boy’s name of English origin, meaning queen’s manor or fith’.

Quintavius – Modern blend of Quin and Octavius

Quinten – The fifth son

Quinton – Queen’s farmstead

Quinton – English surname transferred to forename use, from the name of several places composed of the Old English elements cwen ‘queen’ and tun ‘enclosure, settlement,’ hence ‘queen’s settlement.’ Compare with another form of Quinton.

Quintrell – Unclear origin, but a variant of Quentin, Quincey, and Quinn

Quixley – The name Quixley is a boy’s name of English origin meaning ‘clearing’.

Qvenatavci – English name

Qvenvendani – English name for Boys

Qwentin – He who is born fifth

Qwin – A quintuplet

English boy names starting with R

Racer – One who races, loves to run or compete

Rad – The name Rad is a boy’s name of English origin meaning ‘advisor’.

Radbert – A red haired counselor

Radborn – One who is from the red stream

Radborne – The red stream

Radbourn – Born near the red stream

Radbourne – One who lives by the red stream

Radburn – The name Radburn is a boy’s name of English origin meaning ‘reedy stream’.

Radburne – One who is near the red stream

Radburt – The red haired counselor

Radbyrne – He who lives by the red stream

Radcliff – English surname transferred to forename use, from the name of various places composed of the Old English elements read ‘red’ and clif ‘cliff, slope, riverbank,’ hence ‘red cliff.’

Radcliffe – A place name meaning red cliff

Radclyf – He who comes from a red cliff

Radclyffe – Variant spelling of English Radcliff, meaning ‘red cliff.’

Radd – An advisor

Raddie – A consellor

Raddiffe – One from the red cliff

Raddy – A cheerful person

Radeliffe – One from the red cliff

Radell – One who gives advice, a counsellor

Radey – One who gives good advice

Radferd – Ford with reeds

Radford – Red colored ford

Radfurd – One wrom the red ford

Radlea – He who comes from a red meadow

Radlee – A meadow of reeds

Radleigh – A red meadow

Radley – From or near the red meadow, surname

Radley – English surname transferred to forename use, derived from the name of a place composed of the Old English elements read ‘red’ and leah ‘clearing, meadow,’ hence ‘red meadow.’

Radly – One from the red meadow

Radnor – From the red shore or the reedy shore

Radnor – English – From the Red Shore, Raedanor is a variant form of Radnor

Radolf – A red wolf

Radolph – A wolf’s shield

Radom – Happy and peaceful Boy

Radus – A strong counselor

Radvers – English surname, rarely used as a given name

Rae – Variant spelling of English Ray, meaning ‘wise protector.’

Raeborn – A deer brook

Raeborne – From Scottish surname meaning stream of drinking water

Raebourn – Roe-deer brook

Raeburn – A Roebuck stream

Raedanoran – One from the red shore

Raedburne – He who lives by the red stream

Raedclyf – One who lives near the red cliff

Raedel – A strong advice giver

Raedeman – A red haired horseman

Raedford – One from the red ford

Raedfrid – A red peace

Raedla – One who gives good advice

Raedleah – One from the red meadow

Raedmund – Protector of great fortune

Raedpath – One who lives near the red path

Raedwolf – A red haired wolf

Raelan – An essence

Rafe – Medieval form of English Ralph, meaning ‘wise wolf.’

Raff – A red wolf

Rahere – A strong counselor

Rahshone – English name for Boys

Rain – English surname transferred to forename use, derived from a German short form of various names containing the element ragin (‘advice, counsel’), hence ‘wise.’ Compare with feminine Rain.

Rainard – Variant spelling of English Reynard, meaning ‘wise ruler.’

Raine – Rule, also wise

Raines – The name Raines is a boy’s name of English origin meaning ‘from Rayne or Rennes’.

Rainger – Forest ranger

Rainhold – A smart protector

Ralah – A man with success

Raleah – One from the meadow of roe deer

Ralegh – A meadow of roe deer

Raleich – One from the deer meadow

Raleigh – From the roe deer meadow, surname and the capital city of North Carolina

Raleigh – English surname transferred to forename use, from the name of a place in Devon composed of the Old English elements read ‘red’ and leah ‘clearing, meadow,’ hence ‘red meadow.’

Raley – A place name, deer meadow

Rally – From the deer meadow

Rally – One from the roe deer meadow

Ralph – Wolf counsel, An old name from Scandinavian and Germanic elements, Ralph is pronounced ‘Rafe’ in many areas outside the United States.

Ralph – The name Ralph is a boy’s name of English origin meaning ‘wolf-counsel’.

Ralphie – Pet form of English Ralph, meaning ‘wise wolf.’

Ralphy – Wise wolf, wolf-shield

Ralston – The name Ralston is a boy’s name of English origin meaning ‘Ralph’s settlement’.

Ram – Means ‘exalted’ in Hebrew. This was a son of Hezron in the Old Testament

Rama – Anglicized form of Greek Rhama (Hebrew Ramah), meaning ‘a lofty place.’ In the bible, this is the name of many places, including a place of battle between Israel and Syria, and the name of a town of the tribe of Benjamin. Compare with another form of Rama.

Ramm – A male sheep, ram

Ramond – One who guards wisely

Ramsay – A variant of name Ramsey, Derived from a place name meaning Wild-garlic Island in Old English

Ramsden – Valley of ram

Ramsey – Ram”s island or raven”s island, surname adapted to popular first name use

Ramsey – A variant of name Ramsay, Derived from a place name meaning Wild-garlic Island in Old English

Ramzey – Ram’s island

Ranald – Scottish Anglicized form of Irish Gaelic Raghnall, meaning ‘wise ruler.’

Rance – Familiar form of Laurence and Ransom

Rance – English – Son of the shield, Latin – Laurel, Bay, A short form of Ransom

Rand – The name Rand is a boy’s name of English origin meaning ‘living on riverbank’.

Randahl – Wise wolf, wolf-shield

Randal – Medieval form of English Randolf, meaning ‘shield-wolf.’

Randale – A shield-wolf

Randall – Shield wolf, variant of Randolph

Randall – The name Randall is a boy’s name of English origin meaning ‘shield-wolf’.

Randel – A surname variant of Randolph, means wolf’s shield

Randell – Variant spelling of English Randal, meaning ‘shield-wolf.’

Randey – Wise wolf, wolf-shield

Randie – shield-wolf

Randkin – One who has a little shield

Randolf – Variant spelling of Middle English Randulf, meaning ‘shield-wolf.’ Compare with other forms of Randolf.

Randoll – Surname, means wolf shield

Randolph – Shield wolf, defender and protector, The wolf is revered for its strength, cunning, and fearlessness. Quite possibly this name was derived as an identifier for a family which used the emblem of the wolf as part of its coat of arms.

Randolph – The name Randolph is a boy’s name of English origin meaning ‘shield-wolf’.

Randon – Variant of Randolph, means shield with a wolf emblem

Randson – Rand or Randolph”s son, possibly child of the shield as a reference to a young man in training for battle

Randson – Son of Rand

Randulf – Middle English form of Anglo-Saxon Randwulf, meaning ‘shield-wolf.’

Randull – Wise wolf, wolf-shield

Randulphus – A shield with a wolf emblem

Randy – A nickname of Randolph, Randall, Rand and related names

Randy – Pet form of English Randall and Randolph, both meaning ‘shield-wolf.’ Compare with feminine Randy.

Rane – A mighty counselor

Ranell – Strong counselor. From the ancient personal name Ragnar.

Ranfield – One from the raven’s field

Ranger – Forest ranger

Rangey – One from raven’s island

Rangford – He who is from raven’s ford

Rangley – One from the raven’s meadow

Rangy – One from raven’s island

Raniel – A variant of Ranielle which is a variant transcription of the name Danielle

Rankin – Little shield, child of the shield

Rankin – A small shield

Ranlyn – English name for Boys

Ranndy – A house wolf

Rannoch – Gaelic name meaning fern

Ransford – A raven’s ford

Ransleigh – A raven’s field

Ransley – A raven’s meadow

Ransly – One who lives near the raven’s field

Ransom – Shield child, Rand’s son

Ransom – The name Ransom is a boy’s name of English origin meaning ‘shield’s son’.

Ransome – Son of Rand

Ranulfus – English name meaning a shield with the emblem of a wolf

Rao – One who is auspicious

Raoul – A red wolf

Rapere – A thick cord

Raphe – Warrior in a powerful army

Rashaan – Unclear

Rashae – A blend of ray and shawn

Rashane – A blend of ray and shawn

Rashaun – Elaborated form of English Shaun, meaning ‘God is gracious.’

Rashawn – Elaborated form of English Shawn, meaning ‘God is gracious.’

Rashodd – Place belonging to the fifth son

Rastus – Short form of Latin Erastus, meaning ‘beloved.’

Ratcliffe – English – From the Red Cliff, Red colored cliff, A variant form of the English Radcliff

Rathbone – English – Reedy Brooks, River with reeds, A variant transcription of Rathbone is Rathburn

Rathburn – A very weak and small stream of water

Raulin – A little wise wolf, mostly used as a surnme

Raveen – One black as a raven

Raven – English unisex name derived from the bird name, raven, from Old English hr?fn, so-called from the harsh sounds it makes.

Ravenor – A Medieval English surname, meaning the raven

Ravinger – A person who lives near an abyss or a canyon

Rawden – English – Rough Hill, It can mean hilly or adventurous, A variant form of the name Rawdon

Rawdon – From the rough hill

Rawdon – English – Rough Hill, It can mean hilly or adventurous, A variant form of the name Rawden

Rawgon – One who is the child of the deer meadow

Rawleigh – A person who is from the Deer Meadow

Rawley – One who comes from the roe deer meadow

Rawling – An advice of the wolf. Mainly used as a surname

Rawlins – One who is a son of the wise wolf-man

Rawls – Raleigh”s son or a short form of Raleigh

Rawls – Mainly used as a surname which means The Famous Wolf

Rawly – An Old English surname that meas A well-known wolf

Rawson – An English surname, the son of the famous wolf

Rawsone – A surname that means a male child of the famous wolf

Raxton – Cool

Ray – Familiar form of Rayburn, Raymond, and related names

Ray – Short form of English Raymond, meaning ‘wise protector.’

Raya – Bulgarian – Heaven, A name similar to Rai, Flowing of a River, Zeal

Rayan – Brilliant, Bright and radiant, Heaven, A variant of name Ray

Rayborn – The man who comes from the deer brook

Raybourne – One from the roebruck’s stream

Rayburn – The name Rayburn is a boy’s name of English origin meaning ‘roe-deer brook’.

Rayburne – A person who comes from the deer’s stream

Rayce – This alternate spelling of the name ‘Race’ could either connote a competitive race, or race in its ethnic or cultural sense.

Rayden – A modern name that was invented and hense has no special meaning behind it

Rayder – Counselor. Variant of Raymond.

Rayder – One who gives great advice, someone who was a bor counselor

Raydon – Counselor. Variant of Raymond.

Raydon – One who was born to coulnsel

Rayford – Counselor, Habitational name for someone who lived by a ford on the Wray river

Rayhourne – One who comes from the deer stream

Rayhurn – A person who is from the roe deer’s creek

Raylan – Variant of Ray, the name means hands that protect and shelter.

Raylen – He who was born to counsel people

Raymon – One who gurads smartly

Raymond – English form of Old French Raimund, meaning ‘wise protector.’

Raymund – Variant spelling of English Raymond, meaning ‘wise protector.’

Raynaldus – One who gives good advices to the ruler

Raynard – Variant spelling of English Reynard, meaning ‘wise and strong.’

Rayne – Deciding warrior

Rayne – One who is strong in counseling

Rayner – English form of German Rainer, meaning ‘wise warrior.’

Raynor

Raynord – A very strong counselor

Rayshon – Unclear

Rayton – King of Town, Ruler, Mighty

Read – Redhead, variant of Reid

Read – English surname transferred to forename use, derived from an Old English byname, Red, meaning ‘red-headed or ruddy-complexioned.’

Reade – A redheaded man

Reading – Reid”s son, diminutive of Reid, or the wandering redhead

Reading – The name Reading is a boy’s name of English origin meaning ‘son of the red-haired’.

Readman – A counselor with red hair

Reagan – Irish surname transferred to unisex forename use, derived from an Anglicized form of Gaelic O Riagain, ‘descendant of Riagan,’ hence ‘furious, impulsive.’

Rearden – Anglicized form of Irish Gaelic Rordan, meaning ‘little poet-king.’

Reason – A word name, meaning a reasonable one

Reave – One who works as a steward

Reaves – The steward’s son

Rebel – Modern name reflecting an independent personality

Rebel – Like its English meaning, this name calls to mind an outlaw or someone who plays by his own rules.

Red – Color name and a variant for Redman, Redley, and related names

Red – Old English byname transferred to forename use, derived from the word read (‘red’), hence ‘red-headed, ruddy complexioned.’

Redamann – A counselor of red hair

Redbourn – A person from the place where the reeds grow

Redbourne – One who comes from the redds growing place

Redcliff – One who comes from the red cliff

Redcliffe – A person whose home is on the red sliff

Redd – Variant spelling of English Red, meaning ‘red-headed, ruddy complexioned.’

Redding – Descendant of the one with red hair

Redeemer – One who redeems for his sins

Redfers – To have red fur

Redford – The name Redford is a boy’s name of English origin meaning ‘red ford’.

Redlea – One who is from the red field

Redleigh – A person who is from the red fields

Redley – From or near the red meadow, variant of Radley

Redley – Red fields are his home

Redly – One whose home is in the red fields

Redman – A man of red hair or skin

Redmond – Anglicized form of Irish Gaelic Reamann, meaning ‘wise protector.’

Redmund – Variant spelling of English Redmond, meaning ‘wise protector.’

Redvers – An old English surname from the medieval period

Redwald – One who strongly counsels others

Reece

Reece – Variant spelling of English Reese, meaning ‘ardor, heat of passion.’

Reed – Redhead, variant of Reid

Reed – Variant spelling of English Read, meaning ‘red-headed, ruddy complexioned.’

Reede – One who comes from the cleared lands, from the reeds

Reeding – A redhaired man’s son

Reef – A reef, or an underwater or partly submerged ledge

Reeford – A place name of the medieval castle

Rees – Anglicized form of Welsh Rhys, meaning ‘ardor, heat of passion.’

Reese

Reese – Anglicized form of Welsh Rhys, meaning ‘ardor, heat of passion.’

Reeve – Steward, an occupational name referring to a caretaker, When this name was coined in medieval times, the reeve was very important and oversaw the running of the entire estate, including the lives of feudal serfs.

Reeve – English – Steward, Bailiff, A variant spelling is Reave

Reeves – A person whose job is being a steward

Reg – Short form of English Reginald, meaning ‘wise ruler.’

Regenbald – One who is a chancellor

Regenfrith – An old english surname meaning a calm raven

Regenfrithu – One who can be comapared to a peaceful raven

Regengar – A very old british family name, refers to a raven

Regenhere – A family name, the meaning loosly tied to raven

Regenmaer – A surname of english origins

Regenweald – A strong and powerful man

Reggie – Pet form of English Reginald, meaning ‘wise ruler.’

Reginal – One who rules with his advices

Reginald – Powerful, wise counsel

Reginald – The name Reginald is a boy’s name of English origin meaning ‘counsel power’.

Reginalt – One who advices the ruler

Reginauld – A ruler’s advisor

Reginault – An advisor who the rulers trusts

Reginold – Variant spelling of English Reginald, meaning ‘wise ruler.’

Regnauld – The power of the counsel

Regnault – The ruler’s counsel

Regnheah – He who knows the power of the advise

Regnhere – A person who gives ruling advices

Rehoboam – Anglicized form of Hebrew Rechabam, meaning ‘who enlarges the people.’ In the bible, this is the name of the son and successor of Solomon, who governed the kingdom of Judah.

Reid – Redhead, a surname adapted a long time ago for given name use

Reid – A variation of the popular Scottish name Reed, refering to the plants of the same name or the color red, or ‘cleared land’.

Reide – A red man that comes from the cleared land

Reiding – A male child of the red-haired person

Reign – To rule other people

Reilly – From Old English origin meaning ‘rye field’ it is an alternative spelling of Riley.

Reily – Originally a surname based on a place name, meaning ‘rye field’.

Reinbald – A person who was active on council

Reinhart – A brave and strong counsel, mostly used as a surname

Reinold – To rule by someone’s advice

Reinshaw – One from the Raven’s Wood

Reinwald – An advisor of the King

Rekker – The name Rekker is a boy’s name of English origin.

Remington – From the raven family settlement or town, This name will remind art lovers of Frederick Remington who specialized in scenes of western life.

Remington – Remington means an established area near a stream. It can also be used for girls.

Remy – Familiar form of Remington

Ren – Raven

Renald – A ruler’s mighty advisor

Rendall – The shield of the wolves, mostly used as a surname

Rendell – The shield that is used to protect the wolf

Renfield – From the raven”s field, possibly from the roe deer field, surname

Renfield – A Boy who comes from the raven’s field

Renfred – Enduring peace, possibly a derivation from peaceful raven

Renfred – A raven that brings peace

Renfrid – A pece brought by the raven

Rennick – A dwelling place, a village, a farm

Renshaw – A man who comes from the raven forest

Renton – Settlement associated with Regna, A variant form is Rentan

Renwick – One who comes from the farm near the raven river

Reod – A person with a ruddy complexion

Resolved – A Puritan name, To settle or solve

Reston – A locational surname, means the place among the brush wood

Reuben – Anglicized form of Greek Rhouben (Hebrew Reuwben), meaning ‘behold, a son!’ In the bible, this is the name of the eldest son of Jacob and Leah.

Reubhen – Variant spelling of English Reuben, meaning ‘behold a son!’

Reuel – Anglicized form of Hebrew R?uwel, meaning ‘friend of God.’ In the bible, this is the name of several characters, including a son of Esau. In the Book of Enoch, this name is included as one of the seven archangels. He is known as the archangel of fairness, harmony, and justice, he oversees the other angels to make sure that they are all working peacefully together with mankind. All angels and archangels who transgress must face this angel who passes judgment and issues punishment. He belongs to the choir of Principalities and is mainly focused on keeping heaven pure of corruption. He is the angel who carried Enoch to heaven and back to earth. He is identified with the angel of the 5th Seal in Revelation 6:9-11, and is believed to be the angel who opens the bottomless pit. He is also sometimes identified with Abaddon, an angel believed by some to be the devil. There are references to a similar figure in Babylonian texts which refer to him as Rag or Ragumu, and in Sumerian texts as Rig.

Reunan – Breton form of Ronan

Revere – River Bank, French variant of the name Rivier

Revon – A person who is dark as a raven

Rex – 19th century English name derived from Latin rex, meaning ‘king.’

Rexford – English – King’s Ford, Ruler, A chieftain, A variant spelling is Rexferd

Rexley – One who comes from the meadow of the King

Rexlord – One who comes from the crossing of the King

Rexton – From the king”s town, settlement

Rexton – One who comes from the King’s town

Rey – Coming from a rye farm

Reyburn – A man who comes from the deer’s brook, creek

Reyd – A red man who comes from the reeds

Reyes

Reyhurn – One who comes from the stream where the deers can be found

Reymund – One who protects with his advice

Reynald – King”s advisor, closely related to Reginald

Reynald – A counselor and a ruler

Reynard – English form of Norman French Reynaud, meaning ‘wise ruler.’

Reynold

Reyrobert – A combination of Rey and Robert, meaning The King with bright fame

Rhett – American English surname transferred to forename use, derived from Dutch de Raedt, from Middle Dutch raet, meaning ‘advice.’

Rhoades – From Rhodes, field of roses, Habitational surname deriving from Rod which means clearing in the woods

Rhordan – A variation of Riordan, Anglicized form of Rorda

Rhyder – Literally means ‘rider,’ to become exceptional at something.

Rhylee – Derives from Riley which was originally a surname based on a place name, meaning ‘rye field’.

Rhyley – A spelling variation of the name Riley which is taken from the words ‘rye’ and ‘leah’ which means ‘meadow’ or ‘clearing’.

Rhyson – Rhys” son, Reece”s son

Rhythm – One who has a good beat, a good rhythm

Riacat – A male baby name that is of old English origin

Riatt – One who comes from the forest near the little forth. Moslty used as a surname

Ribald – An obscure, vulgar person

Ricadene – A feeling that lives inside the ruler

Ricary – An English Surname, A variant spelling is Recarey

Ricati – To be powerful as a ruler

Ricel – A counselor and advisor who is stronger than the ruler

Rich

Rich – Short form of English Richard, meaning ‘powerful ruler.’

Richard

Richard – English form of Norman French Richaud, meaning ‘powerful ruler.’

Richardson – The son of a dominant King

Richardus – One who rules with power and strenght

Richaun – One who is like a powerful ruler

Richeard – To rule men with power and dignity

Richeman – A powerful and dignified man

Richie – Pet form of English Richard, meaning ‘powerful ruler.’

Richman – Powerful

Richman – A powerful, strong, mighty man

Richmond

Richy – An elderly but very powerful and wise ruler

Rick – Familiar form of Cedric, Frederick, and Richard

Rick – Pet form of English Richard, meaning ‘powerful ruler.’

Rickard – A powerful and strict ruler of men

Ricker – One who has a very strong army at his side

Rickert – A powerful, hard rule. Mainly used as a surname

Rickey

Rickey – A ruler who is kind, loved and powerful. One who is a complete ruler

Ricki – Variant spelling of English Rickie, meaning ‘powerful ruler.’

Rickie – Variant spelling of English Ricky, meaning ‘powerful ruler.’

Rickman – Mainly used as an English surname, means a powerful ruler

Rickward – A firm, strong, determined guardian

Rickwerd – A mighty, determined one who guards

Rickwood – A powerful and mighty guardian

Ricky

Ricky – Pet form of English Richard, meaning ‘powerful ruler.’

Ricsig – A name of the Northumbrian king

Ricsige – King of the Northumbria, an old Northern English Kingdom

Ricweard – A firm and strong man who protects and guards

Riddick – Smooth field

Riddley – One who comes from the cleared woods

Rider – The name Rider is a boy’s name of English origin meaning ‘horseman’.

Ridere – A man who acts like a true Knight

Ridge – From the ridge or cliff”s edge

Ridge – Thrill-seeker, enjoys excitement and adrenaline rushes.

Ridgeiey – One who lives at the meadow ridge

Ridgeleigh – One who dwells at the meadow near a ridge

Ridgeley – A man who is from the meadow near a ridge

Ridgely – From the meadow”s ridge or from the meadow near the ridge, surname

Ridgely – A person whose home is at the meadow near the ridge

Ridgeway – To be on the ridge road

Ridglea – To be from the ridge meadow

Ridglee – One who lives at the meadow near the hill

Ridgleigh – A meadow that is near the raised part of solid ground

Ridgley – One who lives by the meadow’s edge

Ridlea – One who lives in the cleared part of the woods

Ridleigh – One who comes from the clearing, a meadow

Ridley – From or near the red meadow, variant of Radley

Ridley – English surname transferred to forename use, derived from the name of various places composed of the Old English elements hreod ‘reeds’ and leah ‘clearing, meadow,’ hence ‘reed meadow.’

Ridly – A person who lives in the wood, clearing or a meadow

Ridpath – A person who lives next to the red path

Ried – A red haired man who lives in the cleared land

Rieden – English Habitational Surname from the name Reed which means Wood Clearing

Riehard – A strong, hard red-haired man

Riel – Short form of English Gabriel, meaning ‘man of God’ or ‘warrior of God.’

Rielly – Of Old English origin meaning ‘rye field’ it is predominantly used in English.

Rigby – English surname transferred to forename use, derived from a place name composed of the Old Norse elements hryggr ‘ridge’ and byr ‘farm, settlement,’ hence ‘ridge settlement.’

Rigg – One who lives near the rigde or a hill

Riggan – The name Riggan is a boy’s name of English origin.

Riggs – Son of Ridge, belonging to Ridge

Riggs – Son of a man who lives near the ridge

Rigo – From the Ridge, A variant transcription of Ridge

Rihoithil – A man’s name

Rik – Variant spelling of English Rick, meaning ‘powerful ruler.’

Riker – Daring power

Rikild – One who is powerful in battle

Rikkey – Riky is Estonian form of Rick and means powerful, strong ruler.

Rikki – Variant spelling of English Ricky, meaning ‘powerful ruler.’

Rikmai – A servant of power

Riks – Riks is a short form of Riky and means powerful and strong ruler.

Rikward – One who guards the ruler and his power

Riky – Riky is Estonian form of Rick. It means powerful, strong ruler.

Riley – Brave

Riley – English surname transferred to unisex forename use, derived from a place name composed of the Old English elements ryge ‘rye’ and leah ‘clearing, meadow,’ hence ‘rye meadow.’

Rilie – A courageous and brave individual

Rilley – Originally an Old English surname based on a place name, meaning ‘rye field’ .

Rily – A person who dwells in the rye fields

Rilye – A man whose heart was filled with bravery

Rimmon – Anglicized form of Hebrew Rimmown, meaning ‘pomegranate.’ In the bible, this is the name of several places, the name of a Benjamite of Beeroth.

Rimon – Unisex form of English Rimmon, meaning ‘pomegranate.’

Rinacus – A very rare Boy name

Ring – Ring, circle

Ring – A maker of the rings

Ringer – One who gives counsel with his spear

Ringerus – A person who makes rings

Ringo

Ringo – The name Ringo is a boy’s name of English origin.

Ringwar – A war of those who wear rings

Rio – English unisex name derived from the Spanish word for ‘river.’

Rioidyl – A very old and rare English name

Riordan – Anglicized form of Irish Gaelic Rordan, meaning ‘little poet-king.’

Riot – A word name, meaning a riot, a turmoil, an uprising

Rip – One who comes from the strip of land that is cleared

Ripleigh – To shout the man’s meadow

Ripley – English surname transferred to unisex forename use, from the name of various places composed of the Old English elements ripel ‘strip of land’ and leah ‘clearing, meadow,’ hence ‘cleared strip of land.’

Riply – One who lives on the cleared strip of the land

Ris – A person who loves to spend time outdoors

Rishawn

Rishley – One who came from the very wild meadow

Rislea – One who comes from the shruby meadow

Rislee – One who lives in the brushwood’s meadow

Risleigh – He who comes from the brushwood clearing

Risley – One who lives near the brushwood field

Risly – One who comes from the field with shrubs

Risteard – A ruler with imense power

Riston – From the town or settlement near the shrubs, surname

Riston – He came from the brusshwood farm

Ritcherd – A dominant King

Ritchey – A variation of Aldrich meaning old, elderly

Ritchie – Variant spelling of English Richie, meaning ‘powerful ruler.’

Ritter – Warrior on horseback

Riuallaun – An english baby Boy name, very rare

Riuguallaun – A very old and rare male name

Riven – To tear something into pieces

River – Body of water

River – River is an English name that means ‘flowing body of water’. Can be used for a boy or girl.

Rivers – A word name, the plural of river

Rixley – An ancien land division in Kent, England

Ro – A red haired baby Boy

Roan

Roan – This is a shortened variation of ‘Rowan,’ which means a tree with red berries.

Roane – A red Boy with ginger hair

Rob

Rob – The name Rob is a boy’s name of English origin meaning ‘bright fame’.

Robard – One who is renown and a famous

Robart – An acclaimed and famous person

Robbie

Robbie – Unisex pet form of English Robert and Roberta, meaning ‘bright fame.’

Robbin – A shining and legendary one

Robbins – An illuminated famous person

Robbinson – A son of a bright and acclaimed person

Robby – Pet form of English Robert, meaning ‘bright fame.’

Robert – Bright with fame

Robert – English form of Anglo-Saxon Hreodbeorht, meaning ‘bright fame.’ Compare with another form of Robert.

Roberti – A famous and glowing man

Robertson – The name Robertson is a boy’s name of English origin meaning ‘son of Robert’.

Robertus – A renown and famous man

Robetah – He who is famous and glowing

Robi – He who is glowing with fame

Robin – Bright with fame, an abbreviation of Robert popular since the medieval days of Robin Hood. Robin is well known to children as the name of Winnie the Pooh”s boy companion Christopher Robin.

Robin – Unisex pet form of English Robert and Roberta, meaning ‘bright fame.’ This name is also sometimes given as a bird name.

Robinson – The name Robinson is a boy’s name of English origin meaning ‘son of Robin’.

Robison – The son of the one who glows with fame

Robson – Son of a bright and famous person

Roby – He is glowing and famous

Robynson – A male child of a famous and glowing man

Rocati – Battle, Warfield

Rocatos – Battle, Warfield

Rocelinus – A rock-like person

Rochester – The name Rochester is a boy’s name of English origin meaning ‘stone camp or fortress’.

Rock – Form of ROCKNE. A Rock

Rocker – A stone-like person

Rockland – One who comes from a rocky land

Rocklee – He who comes from a rocky meadow

Rockleigh – English – Rook’s wood, The wood of Rook, A derivative of the English Rockley

Rockley – From the rocky meadow, fields, surname

Rockley – English – Rook’s wood, The wood of Rook, A derivative of the English Rockleigh

Rockly – A man whose fome is near a rocky meadow

Rockne – Anglicized from the Norwegian farm name Rokne, which means strong rock

Rockwell – From the rocky well, surname

Rockwell – The name Rockwell is a boy’s name of English origin meaning ‘rock spring’.

Rocky – Familiar form of Rock, The well-known fictional prize fighter Rocky Balboa fought his way to the top.

Rocky – Originally a byname for a tough guy, this name was used by the boxing champion Rocky Marciano as an English form of his Italian name Rocco, ‘rest,’ which he felt would be more suitable as a name for a fighter.

Rod – Short form of English Roderick ‘famous power’ and Rodney ‘Hroda’s fen/island.’

Rodan – Fertile or productive, Fertile Earth, A variant form of name Rodin

Rodd – A ruler who is well-known and renown

Roddric – A renewn, famous ruler of men

Roddrick – A ruler who is famous among people

Roddy – Pet form of English Roderick, meaning ‘famous power,’ ‘red king,’ or ‘reddish-brown.’ Also used as a pet form of many other names beginning with Rod-.

Roderic – Variant spelling of English Roderick, meaning ‘famous power.’

Roderick

Roderick – Anglicized form of Old Welsh Rhydderch, meaning ‘reddish-brown.’

Rodes – A person whose home is near a crucifixion

Rodge – Short form of English Rodger, meaning ‘famous spear.’

Rodger – Variant spelling of English Roger, meaning ‘famous spear.’ Compare with another form of Rodger.

Rodman – Servants on horse back

Rodnee – One who lives on the island near a clearing

Rodney – From the famous one”s island

Rodney – English surname transferred to forename use, derived from a place name composed of the Germanic name Hroda and the word eg ‘fen, island,’ hence ‘Hroda’s fen/island.’

Rodnie – He who lives on the island near the clearing

Rodwell – A person whose home is by the spring near the road

Roe – He who has red hair

Roey – A reddish person

Roger

Roger – Norman English form of Anglo-Saxon Hro?gar, meaning ‘famous spear.’

Rogerio – Renowned spear

Rogers – A holder of a renown spear

Rogue – An unpredictable and dishonest man

Rohan – Anglicized form of Irish Gaelic Ruadhan, meaning ‘little red one.’ Compare with another form of Rohan.

Roick – He who is hard like a stone

Roland

Roland – Meaning ‘famous landowner, containing the elements ‘hruod’ meaning ‘fame’ and ‘lant’ meaning ‘famous’.

Roley – One who comes from the legendary lands

Rolf

Rolf – Contracted form of Old High German Hrodwulf, meaning ‘famous wolf.’ This name came into Middle English use via the Normans. Compare with other forms of Rolf.

Rolland – English variant spelling of Norman French Roland, meaning ‘famous land.’

Rolle – A man who is notable for his lands

Rollie – A person who is famous for his lands

Rollin – A wolfy legendary man

Rollo – Pet form of English Rolland, meaning ‘famous land.’ Compare with another form of Rollo.

Rolly – Pet form of English Rolland, meaning ‘famous land.’

Rolo – Variant spelling of English Rollo, meaning ‘famous land.’

Roly – Variant spelling of English Rolly, meaning ‘famous land.’

Roman – English name derived from Latin Romanus, meaning ‘Roman.’ Compare with other forms of Roman.

Romany

Romello – A Roman person

Romin – Arrow Fish, An English Surname with Russian Origin

Ron – Short form of English/Scottish Ronald, meaning ‘wise ruler.’ Compare with another form of Ron.

Ronal – He who rules by the counsel

Ronald – Powerful, rules with counsel, from the same root as Reynold

Ronald – English and Scottish name derived from Old Norse Rognvaldr, meaning ‘wise ruler.’

Rondel – The name Rondel is a boy’s name of English origin meaning ‘circle’.

Rondell – To go around in circe

Ronell – Rules with counsel. Form of Ronald from Reynold.

Ronn – He who will rule with his counsel

Ronnell – Rules with counsel. Form of Ronald from Reynold.

Ronnie

Ronnie – Pet form of English/Scottish Ronald, meaning ‘wise ruler.’ Compare with feminine Ronnie.

Ronny

Ronny – Variant spelling of English/Scottish Ronnie, meaning ‘wise ruler.’

Ronson – The male child of the one who owns the famous lands

Rook – He who is like a raven

Roper – The name Roper is a boy’s name of English origin meaning ‘rope maker’.

Rori – He who is a red king

Rorie – Variant spelling of English Rory, meaning ‘red king.’

Rorimac – A Red King of people. A made up name used by Tolkien

Rory – Anglicized form of Irish Gaelic Ruairi, meaning ‘red king.’

Rosco – A heathland of the deer

Roscoe

Roscoe – English surname transferred to forename use, derived from a place name composed of the Old Norse elements ra ‘roe-deer’ and skogr ‘copse, wood,’ hence ‘roe-deer wood.’

Ross – Variant of Roswell, Russell

Ross – Scottish surname transferred to forename use, derived from the Gaelic word ros, meaning ‘headland, promontory.’

Rossiter – Mainly used as a surname, meaning a red man

Rosslyn – One who comes from headland, a promontory

Rouge – A man who was made famous for his spear

Routledge – One who comes from the roar stream

Rover – Wanderer

Rovere – An aimless traveler, a nomad

Row – Deer

Row – A man of red, ginger hair

Rowan – .

Rowan – Irish surname transferred to forename use, derived from an Anglicized form of Gaelic Ruadhan, meaning ‘little red one.’ Compare with feminine Rowan.

Rowdy – Boisterous, loud, Many parents would consider this a perfect description of an excited young boy.

Rowdy – A noisy and mischievous person

Rowe – A red-haired individual

Rowen – A red berried tree

Rowland – Medieval English form of Norman French Roland, meaning ‘famous land.’

Rowley – The name Rowley is a boy’s name of English origin meaning ‘rough clearing’.

Rowsan – A wolf-counsel’s son

Roxburghe – From the Rook’s Town, Fortress, A derivative of the name Roxbury

Roxbury – From the raven”s town or estate

Roxbury – The name Roxbury is a boy’s name of English origin meaning ‘rook’s town or fortress’.

Roxby – A locatonal name from the old English villages

Roy – Compare with another form of Roy. Short form of English Royal ‘king’ or Royle ‘rye hill.’

Royal – English name derived from the vocabulary word, from Latin regalis, meaning ‘king.’

Royale – Variant spelling of English Royal, meaning ‘king.’

Royce – Roy”s son or variant of Reece

Royce – English surname transferred to forename use, derived from the medieval feminine name Royse, which is probably a horse-related name.

Royden – From the rye or royal valley

Royden – The name Royden is a boy’s name of English origin meaning ‘rye hill’.

Royle – English surname transferred to forename use, derived from a place name composed of the Old English elements ryge ‘rye’ and hyll ‘hill,’ hence ‘rye hill.’

Royston – English surname transferred to forename use, derived from a place name known in the Middle Ages as ‘settlement of Royce.’

Rube – Pet form of English Reuben, meaning ‘behold, a son!’

Rubel – Behold the son of mine

Ruby – Pet form of English Reuben, meaning ‘behold, a son.’ Compare with feminine Ruby.

Ruck – English – Resembling a Raven, A variant of Rook

Rudd – ruddy

Ruddy – Ruddy-colored

Rudolph – English name derived from Latin Rudolphus, meaning ‘famous wolf.’

Rudy – Pet form of English Rudolph, meaning ‘famous wolf.’

Rudyard – From the rough enclosure

Rudyard – English surname transferred to forename use, meaning ‘red paddock’ or ‘red yard.’

Rufus – Meaning ‘red-haired’ or ‘ruddy’, this name was made popular by William II of England (1087-1100AD), who was nicknamed ‘Rufus’

Rugby – From the raven”s estate, fortress, The popular sport of rugby was named after a school bearing this name.

Rugby – The name Rugby is a boy’s name of English origin meaning ‘rook fortress’.

Rum – An alcoholic dring popular with pirates

Rumer – Fame or Rome pilgrim, Something which is falsely spread, A variant spelling of Rumor

Rune – Puzzle, pictograph

Rupert – A fame that shines

Rus – One who has red hair

Rush

Rush – The name Rush is a boy’s name of English origin meaning ‘basket weaver’.

Russ – Short form of English Russell, meaning ‘little red one.’

Russel

Russel – Variant spelling of English Russell, meaning ‘little red one.’

Russell

Russell – English surname transferred to forename use, derived from the Old French byname Rousel, meaning ‘little red one.’

Rusty – Red haired

Rusty – Byname for someone with ‘rust-colored hair,’ derived from the English vocabulary word rust.

Rutherford – The name Rutherford is a boy’s name of English origin meaning ‘cattle ford’.

Rutherfurd – Old English – Ford, From the Cattle Crossing, A variation of the name Rutherford

Rutledge – From the red ledge or cliff, surname

Rutledge – One who comes from the red pool

Rutley – One who comes from the root meadow

Ruviljo – An english male name

Ryan – Irish surname transferred to forename use, from an Anglicized form of Gaelic O Riain (‘descendant of Rian’), hence ‘little king.’

Ryce – He who is powerful

Rycroft – One from the rye field

Ryder – Horseman, knight, variant of Rider

Ryder – Meaning ‘rider’, derived from the Old English word ‘ridere’.

Rydge – One who is from the ridge

Rydle – Scandinavian – Horseman, Horse Rider, A variant spelling is Rydell

Rye – A specific grain used in breads, cereals, and whiskey, also a familiar form of many English names which conatin the root ry or rye

Rye – An island meadow

Ryecroft – One from the rye field

Rygecroft – One from the rye field

Ryjder – A mounded warrior, a knight

Ryken – He who is widely famous

Rylan – Where rye is grown

Rylan – Deriving from old English roots and given to people who lived near the place ‘Rye-Land’.

Ryland – From the land or fields of rye, surname

Ryland – The name Ryland is a boy’s name of English origin meaning ‘place where Rye is grown’.

Rylee – A popular variant of the English name Riley, meaning ‘rye field’.

Ryleigh – A variant of the name Riley, meaning ‘rye clearing’. It is derived from the words ryge, meaning rye, and leah meaning ‘wood, clearing, meadow’.

Rylen – From the country, enjoys the outdoors, darling.

Ryley

Ryley – Of Old English origin meaning ‘rye field’ it is a variation of the English name Ryleigh and was originally a surname.

Rylin – Variant of Rylan and Ryland, the name means a place where rye is grown.

Ryman – A merchant of rye

Rynell – A man who is described as a Little King

Ryton – From the rye town or settlement, surname

Ryton – A person who is from the rye town

English boy names starting with S

Saagar – An English surname meaning wise

Sabat – One who is born on Saturday

Sabehrt – A self assured and inspirational person

Sabeorht – A British Boy name

Sabern – One who is good with a sword

Sabert – A swordman

Sacheverell – The name Sacheverell is a boy’s name of English origin meaning ‘roebuck leap’.

Sachie – Pet form of English Sacheverell, meaning ‘roe-buck leap.’

Saddler – Ocupational name. A man who makes harness

Sadiri – An inspirational person, a fort

Sadler – The name Sadler is a boy’s name of English origin meaning ‘saddle-maker’.

Saebald – A refined and deep individual

Saebehrt – A hopeful, strict and attentive being

Saebeorht – Glory at sea

Saebeorht – One who is the glory of the sea

Saegar – A sea spear

Saegeat – A bridge

Saeger – A man of the sea

Saelig – One from a happy meadow

Saemann – A man of the sea

Saer – Occupational name, a carpenter

Saewald – As powerful as a sea

Saeward – A victory at sea, surname

Saeweard – A guardian of the sea

Saewig – A wise, excited and gracious person

Saewine – A sensitive and congenial natured person

Saewulf – A wolf of the sea

Saewynn – A friend of the sea

Safford – One from the willow ford

Saffren – A name of a flower

Sagar – Wise one. Surname.

Sagar – One who is supreme, the wisest one

Sage – Wise one

Sage – English unisex name which can mean either ‘sage (the spice)’ or ‘profoundly wise one.’

Sagramore – A tree, a sycamore tree

Sagrani – An English Boy name, mostly used as a surname

Saige – This is a different spelling of ‘Sage,’ which is a botanical herb and also a descriptor for a wise person.

Sailor – Occupational name, a man on a boat

Saindor – A loving and caring individual

Saint – A holy person, a saint

Sal

Saladin – Anglicized form of Arabic Salah-al-Din, meaning ‘righteous faith.’

Salah – Anglicized form of Hebrew Shelach, meaning ‘a missile, weapon.’ In the bible, this is the name of a son of Arphaxad. Compare with another form of Salah.

Salal – English unisex name derived from the name of the ‘Salal berry plant’ used in making jams and jellies.

Salatha – A variant of Salat, to salt

Salathiel – Anglicized form of Hebrew Shealtiyel, meaning ‘borrowed from God.’ In the bible, this is the name of the father of Zerubbabel.

Salford – One from the willow ford

Salhdene – One from the valley of the willows

Salhford – One from the ford where the willows grow

Salhtun – A place in the willows

Saliciduni – A willow town

Salicidunus – One who comes from a town of willows

Salisbury – Surname, means willow fortress

Salley – Surname, meaning servatns in the hall

Sallsbury – A place name, town name

Salmon – Anglicized form of Hebrew Tsalmown, meaning ‘shady.’ In the bible, this is the name of one of king David’s warriors.

Salton – The name Salton is a boy’s name of English origin meaning ‘place in the willows’.

Sam – Unisex short form of English Samantha and Samuel, both meaning ‘heard of God,’ ‘his name is El,’ or ‘name of God.’

Samborn – The brook that is sandy

Samm – From the name Samson, meaning the son of Sam

Sammie – Variant spelling of English unisex Sammy, meaning ‘heard of God,’ ‘his name is El,’ or ‘name of God.’

Sammon – A son of Solomon

Sammy – Unisex pet form of English Samantha and Samuel, both meaning ‘heard of God,’ ‘his name is El,’ or ‘name of God.’

Sampson

Samson – Anglicized form of Greek Sampson (Hebrew Shimshown), meaning ‘like the sun.’ In the bible, this is the name of a powerful hero who was betrayed by his mistress Delila.

Samuel – Anglicized form of Greek Samouel (Hebrew Shemuwel), meaning ‘heard of God,’ ‘his name is El,’ or ‘name of God.’ In the bible, this is the name of a son of Elkanah by Hannah.

Sanborn – Sandy stream or river

Sanborne – One with nature

Sanbourn – From sandy stream

Sanbourne – From a gritty brook

Sanburn – From the stream with a gritty bed

Sanburne – From the gritty stream

Sandborn – From a arenaceous stream

Sandbourne – From a gritty small river

Sander – Short form of English Alexander, meaning ‘defender of mankind.’

Sanders – son of Alexander

Sanderson – Alexander”s son

Sanderson – The name Sanderson is a boy’s name of English origin meaning ‘Alexander’s son’.

Sandford – Variant spelling of English Sanford, meaning ‘sand ford.’

Sandfurd – From the river crossing which is sandy

Sanditon – From the sandy town

Sandon – Came from the sandy hill

Sandy – Defender of man, abbreviation of Alexander

Sandy – English unisex pet form of Latin Alexandra and English Alexander, both meaning ‘defender of mankind.’

Sanersone – Son of alexander

Sanford – From the sandy ford

Sanford – English surname transferred to forename use, from the name of numerous places composed of the Old English elements sand ‘sand’ and ford ‘ford,’ hence ‘sandy river crossing.’

Sansao – Variation of Samson. Sam’s son

Sant – A saint

Santon – One from a sandy farm

Sar – One who is in pain

Sarge – Short from sargent, commander

Satchel – Maker of sacks

Satuc – A diligent, strong minded and trusting individual

Saturday – A day in a week, Saturn’s day

Saunders – Son of Alexander

Saunderson – Alexander’s son, son of defender of men

Saven – A capable, studious, detail oriented and respected being

Sawal – English name for Boys

Saward – Surname, means victory at sea

Sawyer – Woodcutter

Sawyer – English occupational surname transferred to forename use, derived from Middle English saghier, meaning ‘to saw.’

Sawyere – A timber cutter

Sawyers – Son of Sawyer

Sawyers – Wood worker

Saxe – Clark’s town

Saxen – Clark’s town

Saxleue – One who has a dagger

Saxon – Swordsman, knife, Saxons were among the Germanic tribes who invaded and settled fifth-century England.

Saxon – From a medieval English name for someone ‘from Saxony.’ The Saxons were a Germanic tribe who got their name from the word seax, a kind of ‘single-edged knife.’

Sayer – The name Sayer is a boy’s name of English origin meaning ‘woodcutter or reciter’.

Sayers – One who recites

Sayetsi – A trusted, mature and huble natured being

Saylor – A sailor

Saymund – Victory of peace

Scadwiella – One from the shed spring

Scaffeld – One from the crooked field

Scandleah – He who comes from the noisy meadow

Scandy – A boisterous person

Scarlette – Variation of Scarlett which means Scarlet(a last name) or Red

Sceafa – Name of the ancient Lombardic king in English legend

Sceaft – The tribe famous for sheep breedng

Sceaften – From the sheep or of the sheep

Sceapleigh – From the sheep meadow, a surname and variant of Sheply

Sceapleigh – One who comes from sheep meadow

Scebbi – Old English name for Boys

Scef – Briish name meaning Elf

Sceld – A person who is social an amiable, reasonable

Sceley – A field near the ocean

Scelftun – One from the ledge farm

Scene – One who is scenic

Sceobba – A hill or a valley of a man

Sceot – A worthy individual who is well groomed and poised

Schaddoc – Shad fish

Schaffer – A steward

Scherman – Man with shears

Schermann – A shear man

Schuyler – Dutch surname transferred to English unisex forename use, meaning ‘protection, shelter.’

Scirheah – A helpful, honest, rebellious and satisfied individual

Scirheard – The bright or hard person

Scirloc – A man with blonde hair

Scirwode – He who is from the bright forest

Scituc – A composed, courageous and strong minded individual

Scobba – One who has high morals and a charming personality

Scot – From Scotland, a Gael. Diminutive of Scott.

Scot – Variant spelling of English Scott, meaning ‘Scotsman.’

Scott – From Scotland, a Gael, also a surname

Scott – Old English surname transferred to forename use, derived from an old byname for a ‘Scotsman.’

Scottas – He who wanders

Scottie – Pet form of English Scott, meaning ‘Scotsman.’

Scottish – A place name

Scotto – He who is from Scottish

Scotty – From Scotland, a Gael. Diminutive of Scott.

Scotty – Variant spelling of English Scottie, meaning ‘Scotsman.’

Scout – One who discovers

Scrobb – English name for Boys

Scytta – The duminitive name means to shoot

Seabert – A shining sea

Seaborn – One who is born of the sea

Seabright – Glory at sea

Seabroc – From the brook by the sea

Seabroc – One who is born near the sea

Seabrook – One who is from the brook of the sea

Seabrooke – A stream near the sea

Seaburt – Glory at sea

Seaburt – One who is glorious at sea

Seadon – One who comes from the hill by the sea

Seager – Sea spear

Seagull – The name Seagull is a boy’s name of English origin.

Seal – The name Seal is a boy’s name of English origin.

Sealey

Sealey – The name Sealey is a boy’s name of English origin meaning ‘blessed’.

Seamour – Variant spelling of English Seymour, meaning ‘St. Maurus.’

Seamus – A supplant

Sean – Anglicized form of Irish Gaelic Sean, meaning ‘God is gracious.’

Searu – A quick learner who is blessed with an active mind

Seaton – The name Seaton is a boy’s name of English origin meaning ‘town by the sea’.

Seaver – A fierce stronghold

Seaward – A sea guardian

Seaxwulf – Wolf of the sea

Sebastian – English form of French Sebastien, meaning ‘from Sebaste,’ a town in Asia Minor.

Sebert – Glory at sea

Sebert – Glory at sea

Sebestian – The revered one

Secg – A swordsman

Secgwic – One from the sword grass place

Sedge – A swordsman

Sedgeley – From the sword meadow, referring possibly to a sharp vegetation in the meadow, possibly to a meadow owned by a swordsman, possibly a training meadow for swordsmen, surname

Sedgeley – One from the swordsman meadow

Sedgewic – Sword grass

Sedgewick – From the sword grass place

Sedgewik – Surname, means sword grass

Sedgewyck – One from the place where the sword grass grows

Sedgley – A sword meadow

Sedgwick – A sword place

Sedgwyck – A place of swords

Sedric – Friendly

Sedrick – He who is kind and loved by many

Seeger – The name Seeger is a boy’s name of English origin meaning ‘seaman’.

Seely – A very happy person

Seeman – Man of the sea

Seeton – From the town by the sea

Sefare – Lord is gracious

Sefton – English surname transferred to forename use, from a place name composed of Old Norse sef ‘rush’ and Old English run ‘enclosure, settlement,’ hence ‘rush settlement.’

Segar – A sailor

Segod – God of the sea

Segramour – An ordinary, modern and nonchalant individual

Segwrides – One who likes individuality and independence

Seild – A shallow place, one who lives near the shallow land

Seir – Anglicized form of Hebrew Seiyr, meaning ‘hairy, rough.’ In the bible, this is the name of several place, and the name of a patriarch of the Horites.

Seisyll – A blind person, one who cannot see

Sela – Anglicized form of Hebrew Cela, meaning ‘a rock.’ In the Old Testament bible, this is the name of the capital city of Edom, possibly an early name for Petra. In use as a unisex name.

Selah – Anglicized form of Hebrew Cela, meaning ‘a rock.’ In the Old Testament bible, this is the name of the capital city of Edom, possibly an early name for Petra. In use as a unisex name.

Selby – English surname transferred to unisex forename use, derived from a place name composed of the Old Norse elements selja ‘willow’ and byr ‘farm, settlement,’ hence ‘willow settlement.’

Selden – He who is from a small valley

Seldon – The name Seldon is a boy’s name of English origin meaning ‘from the house on the hill’.

Seleby – One from the manor farm

Selises – One who is in touch with his individuality and confidence

Sellden – Valley of the willow trees

Sellen – One who lives by the stretch of smooth water

Selred – A stretch of wisdom

Selvyn – Variant of Sylvanus referring to the mythological Greek god of trees.

Selvyn – English variation of Silvain, origin meaning wood, forest’.

Selwin – One who is a good friend

Selwine – Friend at court

Selwinn – One who is a great companion

Selwyn – Prosperous friend, friend of the manor

Senaculus – English name for Boys

Senacvs – English name for Boys

Sender – The name Sender is a boy’s name of English origin.

Senehauz – One who has restless and exploring nature

Senemagli – A sensitive, youthful and glorious person

Senemaglos – The old or aged Prince

Sener – A great stronghold

Sennacherib – Anglicized form of Hebrew Cancheriyb, meaning ‘Sin (the moon god) has taken the place of brothers to me.’ In the bible, this is the name of a king of Assyria, son of Sargon II.

Sennett – The name Sennett is a boy’s name of English origin meaning ‘bold in victory’.

Sennianus – Nurturing, noble, kind and inventive being

Senomagli – A person who is brave, versatile and glorious

Senomaglos – An aged Price, a Prince who is in his old age

Senorix – Invented Boy name

Sentraille – A sensitive, diligent and fertile person, imaginative

Sentwine – A friend who is sent by the god

Seofeca – A clean, observant and self satisfied person

September – English unisex name derived from the month name, which was originally the seventh month of the Roman year, meaning ‘seventh.’

Septima – Name given to seventh child

Sequester – The place in safe-keeping, a trustee

Serenity – Peacefulness

Seth – Anglicized form of Hebrew Sheth, meaning ‘buttocks.’ In the bible, this is the name of the third son of Adam and Eve. Compare with other forms of Seth.

Setibogius – Ambitious, skillful and dignified individual

Seton – A town located near the ocean

Seuare – A sea passage, a passage from sea

Seuuardus – A flexible and self satisfied person, grateful

Seven – Name meaning nuber seven

Severin – river in England

Severn – Strict, restrained. Surname.

Severne – Strict, restrained. Surname.

Seward – Sea guardian, a surname. William Henry Seward was the secretary of state during the American Civil War. While in office, he oversaw the purchase of Alaska from Russia. At the time, Alaska did not seem valuable to the United States, and the purchase was called ‘Seward”s Folly.’

Seward – English surname transferred to forename use, from a Middle English form of Anglo-Saxon Siweard, meaning ‘sea guard.’

Sewell – Sea powerful

Sewell – Sea guard or victorious guard

Sewerd – Guardian of the sea

Sexton – A bodyguard or one who guards the church

Seymour – Marshy land near the sea

Seymour – English surname transferred to forename use, from the Norman baronial name Saint-Maur, meaning ‘St. Maurus.’

Shad – Short form of the Biblical Shadrach, one of three young Hebrew men who survived being cast into a fiery furnace.

Shad – Variant spelling of English Chad, possibly meaning ‘battle.’ Compare with another form of Shad.

Shadd – Short form of the Biblical Shadrach, one of three young Hebrew men who survived being cast into a fiery furnace.

Shaddoc – A fish, a shad fish

Shaddock – One who is like a shad fish

Shade – Shade

Shadow – Shadow

Shadrach – Means ‘command of Aku’ in Akkadian, Aku being the name of the Babylonian god of the moon. In the Old Testament Shadrach is the Babylonian name of Hananiah, one of the three men cast into a fiery furnace but saved by God

Shadwell – e who comes from the shed spring

Shakespeare – One who is a spearman. A surname

Shallum – Anglicized form of Hebrew Shalluwm, meaning ‘retribution.’ In the bible, this is the name of many characters, including the husband of Huldah the prophetess.

Shaman – A religious healer, a Shaman

Shamer – Anglicized form of Hebrew Shamuwr, meaning ‘a message, tidings’ or ‘that which is heard.’ In the bible, this is the name of a Levite.

Shamgar – Possibly means ‘sword’ in Hebrew. Shamgar was one of the Old Testament judges

Shamir – Anglicized form of Hebrew Shamuwr, meaning ‘a message, tidings’ or ‘that which is heard.’ In the bible, this is the name of a Levite.

Shamus – Anglicized form of Irish Gaelic Seamus, meaning ‘supplanter.’

Shandey – A boisterous, unruly man

Shandley – A man from the loud meadow

Shandon – An old and wise man

Shandy – A boisterous person

Shane – Anglicized form of Irish Gaelic Sean, meaning ‘God is gracious.’

Shanen – A person with an ancient soul

Shanna – Lily

Shannen – Variant spelling of English unisex Shannon, meaning ‘old river’ or ‘river of wisdom.’

Shannon – English unisex name derived from the name of a river in Ireland, composed of the Gaelic elements sean ‘old, wise’ and abhann ‘river,’ hence ‘old river’ or ‘river of wisdom.’

Shaquan – Unclear

Shaquille – English variant spelling of Arabic Shakil, meaning ‘handsome.’

Sharar – Means ‘enemy’ in Hebrew. In the Old Testament this is the name of the father of Ahiam

Sharman – a fair share

Sharnovon – A unique person who has wisdom and imagination

Shattuck – A shad fish

Shaul – Anglicized form of Hebrew Shauwl, meaning ‘asked for, desired.’ In the bible, this is the name of many characters, including the first king of Israel.

Shaun – Variant spelling of English Shawn, meaning ‘God is gracious.’

Shaw – From the shady grove

Shaw – Anglicized form of Scottish Gaelic Seaghdh, meaning ‘hawk-like.’

Shawn

Shawn – Variant spelling of English Sean, meaning ‘God is gracious.’

Shay – Variant spelling of English unisex Shea, possibly meaning ‘hawk-like.’ Compare with another form of Shay.

Shayde – One who is a deender of men

Shaye – Variant spelling of English unisex Shea, possibly meaning ‘hawk-like.’

Shayne – Variant spelling of English Shane, meaning ‘God is gracious.’

Shea – Irish surname transferred to unisex forename use, from an Anglicized form of Gaelic O Seaghdha (‘descendant of Seaghdha’), possibly meaning ‘hawk-like.’

Shealtiel – Anglicized form of Hebrew Shealtiyel, meaning ‘borrowed from God.’ In the bible, this is the name of the father of Zerubbabel.

Sheamus – Variant spelling of English Shamus, meaning ‘supplanter.’

Sheard – A gap between two hills

Sheba – Means ‘oath’ in Hebrew. This is the name of several characters in the Old Testament. Also in the Bible, this is a place name, referring to a region in Ethiopia. The queen of Sheba visited Solomon after hearing of his wisdom

Sheen – A gracious gift of God

Sheffield – The name Sheffield is a boy’s name of English origin meaning ‘from the crooked field’.

Shelah – Hebrew name meaning ‘a petition, prayer.’ In the bible, this is the name of a son of Judah. Compare with another form of Shelah.

Shelby – From the village or estate on the ledge, though appropriate for boys or girls, use for boys has declined while use for girls has risen in recent history.

Shelby – English surname transferred to unisex forename use, derived from a place name composed of the Middle English elements schele ‘hut’ and by ‘farm, settlement,’ hence ‘settlement of huts.’

Shelbz – Willow farm

Sheldan – Valley with steep sides

Shelden – Valley with steep sides

Sheldin – Valley with steep sides

Sheldon – A farm in a deep valley.

Sheldon – English surname transferred to forename use, from the name of a place in Derbyshire which was recorded in the Domesday Book as Scelhadun, composed of Old English scylf ‘shelf’ and the place name Haddon (from h?? ‘heathland, heather, wasteland’ + dun ‘hill’), hence ‘steep-sided heather hill.’

Sheldun – Valley with steep sides

Sheldyn – Valley with steep sides

Sheley – A wooded clearing on a ledge

Shell – Short form of English unisex Shelley, meaning ‘clearing near a ledge/slope.’

Shelley – English surname transferred to unisex forename use, derived from the name of various places meaning ‘clearing near a ledge/slope.’

Shelly – meadow on a hilltop

Shelomi – Anglicized form of Hebrew Shelomiy, meaning ‘my peace’ or ‘peaceful.’ In the bible, this is the name of the father of a leader of the tribe of Asher.

Shelten – He who is from a deep valley

Shelton – English surname transferred to forename use, from various place names composed of the Old English elements scylf ‘shelf’ and tun ‘enclosure, settlement,’ hence ‘shelf settlement.’

Shelumiel – Anglicized form of Hebrew Shelumiyel, meaning ‘friend of God.’ In the bible, this is the name of a prince of the tribe of Simeon.

Shemaiah – Anglicized form of Hebrew Shemayah, meaning ‘whom Jehovah has answered’ or ‘whom Jehovah has heard.’ In the bible, this is the name of many characters, including a prophet who lived in the time of Rehoboam.

Shemar – God’s guardian

Shemelyn – A name meaning a diligent and hard working labour

Shemer – Possibly means ‘preserved’ in Hebrew. In the Old Testament this is the name of the owner of the hill upon which Samaria was built

Shemuel – Anglicized form of Hebrew Shemuwel, meaning ‘heard of God,’ ‘his name is El,’ or ‘name of God.’ In the bible, this is the name of several characters, including a son of Elkanah by Hannah.

Shep – Short from Shepherd, occupational name

Shepard – Take to the pastures with this name, which is a different spelling of ‘Shepherd,’ which means one who herds sheep.

Shephard – Occupational name, shepherd

Shephatiah – Anglicized form of Hebrew Shephatyah, meaning ‘whom Jehovah defends.’ In the bible, this is the name of many characters, including a son of David.

Shepherd – Occupation name

Shepherd – English occupational name

Sheplea – A field of sheep

Shepley – A meadow where sheep are

Sheply – Field where the sheep are

Shepp – Short from Shepherd, occupational name

Sheppard – Surname, occupational name, shepherd

Shepperd – English surname meaning shepherd

Shepply – He who has sheep

Shepry – A friendly and honest man

Sherard – He who is of glorious valor

Sheraz – Loving and caring man

Sherborn – A clear brook

Sherborne – A bright stream

Sherbourn – He who is from a clear brook

Sherbourne – He who lives near a clear stream

Sherburn – He who lives near a clear brook

Sherburne – A clear brook

Sheridan – Untamed

Sheridan – Irish surname transferred to forename use, from an Anglicized form of Gaelic O Sirideain (‘descendant of Siridei??n’), possibly meaning ‘searcher.’

Sherill – Shire on a hill

Sherlan – A beautiful and beloved individual, joyous

Sherlock – Blond, made famous by the Sherlock Holmes detective stories by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle

Sherlock – From an old English byname for a fair-haired person, derived from the Middle English word schirloc, composed of the elements scir ‘bright, clear, shire,’ and locc ‘lock of hair,’ hence ‘bright locks.’

Sherlocke – He who has fair hair

Sherman – Cuts the nap of woolen cloth, In medieval times, the shireman served as governor-judge of an English shire or county.

Sherman – English occupational surname transferred to forename use, composed of the Old English elements sceara ‘shears’ and mann ‘man,’ hence ‘shears-man.’

Shermann – Judge of a shire

Shermie – One who lives in a shire

Shermy – He who works with shears

Sherwin – Swift, quick as the wind

Sherwin – The name Sherwin is a boy’s name of English origin meaning ‘swift runner’.

Sherwind – A swift runner

Sherwinn – He who is as fast as the wind

Sherwood – From the bright forest, Sherwood Forest in England has long been associated with the legendary hero Robin Hood.

Sherwood – English surname transferred to forename use, derived from the name of the famous Sherwood Forest, composed of the Old English elements scir ‘bright, clear, shire’ and wudu ‘wood,’ hence ‘bright forest.’

Sherwoode – A forest full of light

Sherwyn – He who is swift

Sherwynne – A bright friend

Shiann – An unintelligible speaker

Shiloh – From an Old Testament place name possibly meaning ‘tranquil’ in Hebrew. It is also used prophetically in the Old Testament to refer to a person, often understood to be the Messiah (see Genesis 49:10). This may in fact be a mistranslation. This name was brought to public attention after Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie gave it to their daughter in 2006

Shimea – Anglicized form of Hebrew Shimiy, meaning ‘famous, renowned.’ In the bible, this is the name of many characters, including a Reubenite, son of Gog and father of Micah.

Shimei – Anglicized form of Hebrew Shimiy, meaning ‘famous, renowned.’ In the bible, this is the name of many characters, including a Reubenite, son of Gog and father of Micah.

Shimhi – Anglicized form of Hebrew Shimiy, meaning ‘famous, renowned.’ In the bible, this is the name of many characters, including a Reubenite, son of Gog and father of Micah.

Shimi – Anglicized form of Hebrew Shimiy, meaning ‘famous, renowned.’ In the bible, this is the name of many characters, including a Reubenite, son of Gog and father of Micah.

Shimon – Listening

Shipley – From Shipley

Shipton – A surname. Means the one who comes from the sheep farm

Shirley – Sunny meadow

Shiruyah – One wo is intelligent and diligent worker

Shiyel – One who likes to explore and travel, likes new challenges

Sholto – Anglicized form of Scottish Gaelic Sioltach, meaning ‘sowing,’ i.e., ‘fruitful, seed-bearing, producing many offspring.’

Shooter – The name Shooter is a boy’s name of English origin.

Shuhaadh – An over sensitive, beloved and sensible being

Shurlock – An English name meaning a shear lock

Shurwood – A Boy from the bright forest

Shylock – English Shakespearean character name of unknown etymology. It eventually became a synonym for a ‘loan shark, userer.’

Siarles – A trusted, humble and affectionate individual

Sib – Pet form of Middle English Sibald, meaning ‘bold victory.’

Sibald – Variant spelling of Middle English Sybald, meaning ‘bold victory.’

Sibbe – Pet form of Middle English Sibald, meaning ‘bold victory.’

Sicel – A quick, able and clever minded individual, casual

Sicela – A likable, able and self righteous individual

Sid – Saint Denis

Sid – A shortening of the name Sidney and means ‘wide island’ or ‘wide meadow’.

Siddael – He comes from a very wide valley

Siddaly – He who is from a wide valley

Siddell – One who lives near the wide valley

Sidell – He comes from a place of a wide valley

Sidelufu – An old Anglo-Saxon name meaning a wide field

Sideman – One who comes from a wide place

Sidney

Sidney – English surname transferred to unisex forename use, from a Norman baronial name from Saint-Denis in France, meaning ‘St. Denis.’

Sidwell – One who comes from a broad well

Siegmund – One who is a protector of voctory

Sifaks – One who likes to try new things and taked new adventures

Sigebald – One who is a bold victor

Sigqibo – One who has a sense of responsibility and has clever mind

Silas – Forest, a variant of Silvian. The biblical Silas was a missionary companion of Paul and Timothy.

Silas – Contracted form of Greek Silouanos, meaning ‘from the forest.’ In the bible, this is the name of a companion of Saint Paul.

Siliman – A happy man with good fortune

Silsby – One who comes from teh Sill’s farm

Silver – English unisex name meaning ‘silver,’ which may refer to either the precious metal or the color.

Silvester – Latin name derived from the word silvester, from silva, meaning ‘forest, wood,’ hence ‘from the forest.’

Sim – Short form of English Simon, meaning ‘hearkening.’

Simecek – Listening

Simeon – Anglicized form of Greek Symeon, meaning ‘hearkening.’ In the bible, this is the name of several characters, including the second son of Jacob and Leah.

Similini – An innocent, lonely, insightful and idealistic being

Similinos – A lovable, serious minded and reasonable person

Simon

Simon – English and French form of Greek Simon, meaning ‘hearkening.’ In the New Testament bible, this is the name of many characters, including a sorcerer and a brother of Jesus. It is often confused with Simon (2).

Simond – A Son of Simon, a son of the one who listens

Simone – One who is heard. A French and English girl name, while its used as a male name in Italy

Simpson – The name Simpson is a boy’s name of English origin meaning ‘son of Simon’.

Sims – The name Sims is a boy’s name of English origin meaning ‘the listener’.

Simson