German boy names

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German boy names starting with A

Aadne – in German language aadne means Eagle, in Norway it is the varient spelling of Adne

Aadolf – Distinguished or strong wolf

Aage – Aage as a boy’s name is of Old German (or Danish) origin, which means ‘ancestor’.

Aaron – Messenger (Hebrew), Enlighted, Mountain of Strength, From the Old Testament, Aaron

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

Abbe – My Father is Joyful , A Variant of Abby

Abbey – Father, My Father is light

Abbot – Father, A Variant of Abba

Abbott – Father,Preist, Father of Abbey

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Abelard – Noble

Abelard – Abelard as a boy’s name is of Old German origin, and the meaning of Abelard is ‘noble strength’.

Abelardo – Abelardo as a boy’s name is of Old German origin meaning ‘noble strength’.

Abelino – Means unsure pet form of Avila

Abell – Exhalation of Breath, A Variant of Abel

Abert – Abert as a boy’s name is of Old German origin meaning ‘noble, bright, and famous’.

Abidin – Hebrew – Father of Knowledge, My Father Knows

Abie – Father of Many, Diminutive of Abraham.

Abijah – The Lord is My Father, Gift of God, Hebrew – Yahweh is my father

Abramo – high father, father of a multitude

Absalom – Hebrew meaning God the Father is peace

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Absalon – God the Father is peace

Abt

Aby – Father of multitude or masses

Acel – Acel as a boy’s name is of Old German origin, and the meaning of Acel is ‘noble’.

Achard – Medieval Norman form of Ekkehard. It means brave and hardy.

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

Achim – Greek name believed to probably be a form of Jehoiakim, meaning ‘Jehovah raises up.’ In the New Testament bible, this is the name of an ancestor of Jesus. The name is not mentioned in the Old Testament. In use in Germany.

Achmad – German form of Arabic Ahmad, meaning ‘praiseworthy.’

Achmed – German form of Arabic Ahmed, meaning ‘praiseworthy.’

Acwulf – A wolf from the oak meadows

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Ad – Arabic – Settler, German – Noble Wolf, Son of the Red Earth, Son of Adam

Ada – Count Ada as a member of the popular Vintage Girls’ Names Club. It’s actually a short form for another old-fashioned name, Adelaide, that goes back to the Middle Ages. Like other names that have been around awhile, Ada has had her ups and downs. She was a top choice in the 1880s, a barely there option in the 1980s, and a contender who’s made a comeback in the 21st century. It’s a charming name that has a modern-cool feel.

Adaire – Adaire as a girl’s name (also used as a boy’s name), is related to the Old German name Adair. The meaning of Adaire is ‘wealthy spear’.

Adal – Noble

Adal – In German it means noble, In Arabic it means justice

Adalard – Highborn and courageous

Adalard – Adalard as a boy’s name is of Old German origin meaning ‘noble strength’.

Adalbeorht – The bright shining noble person

Adalbero – Adalbero as a boy’s name is of Old English origin meaning ‘noble’.

Adalbert

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Adalbert – Old High German name composed of the elements adal ‘noble’ and bert ‘bright,’ hence ‘bright nobility.’

Adalberto – Adalberto as a boy’s name is of Old German origin meaning ‘noble, bright, and famous’.

Adalbrecht – Adalbrecht as a boy’s name is of Old German origin meaning ‘noble, bright, and famous’.

Adalbrechta – A bright noble person

Adalbricht – Noble and bright

Adalfieri – Adalfieri as a boy’s name is of German origin, and the meaning of Adalfieri is ‘noble oath’. Italian name.

Adalgar – A noble or wealthy spearman

Adalgiso – Adalgiso as a boy’s name is of Old German origin, and the meaning of Adalgiso is ‘noble, precious promise’. Italian and Spanish name.

Adalhard – Old High German name composed of the elements adal ‘noble’ and hart ‘hardy, strong,’ hence ‘noble strength.’

Adalheid – Golden

Adalius – The name Adalius is a boy’s name of German origin meaning ‘noble’.

Adaliz – A sort of kind or noble person

Adalmar – Old High German name composed of the elements adal ‘noble’ and mari ‘fame,’ hence ‘nobly famous.’

Adalric – Adalric as a boy’s name is of Old German origin, and the meaning of Adalric is ‘noble, regal ruler’.

Adalrich – Highborn ruler, noble commander

Adalrich – Adalrich as a boy’s name is of Old German origin meaning ‘noble and regal ruler’.

Adalrick – Adalrick as a boy’s name is of Old German origin meaning ‘noble and regal ruler’.

Adalrik – A noble or kind ruler

Adalstan – Old High German name composed of the elements adal ‘noble’ and stan ‘stone,’ hence ‘noble stone.’

Adalwen

Adalwen – The noble companion or friend

Adalwin – The victory of a noble person

Adalwine – A friend who is kind and noble

Adalwolf – Noble wolf

Adalwolf – Variant spelling of Old High German Adalwulf, meaning ‘noble wolf.’

Adalwolfa – A wolf who is noble

Adalwulf – Old High German name, composed of the elements adal ‘noble’ and wulf ‘wolf,’ hence ‘noble wolf.’

Adalyn – Just when you thought there were no new names in the world, some creative folks came up with one. Adalyn is a sweet mix of the German “Adelaide” and the suffix “-lyn.” Since it’s a made-up name, it has no real history or mythological references. But its namesake, Adelaide, has roots: “Adal” means noble and “heid” means sort, so Adalynn’s meaning is the noble sort. It has been on naming charts only since 2007, so it’s not a name you see often—although musician Chris Daughtry brought the name closer to the spotlight in 2010 when his daughter, Adalynn Rose, was born.

Adar – Syrian – Ruler, Prince, Hebrew – Fire

Adare – Adare as a boy’s name is of Old German origin meaning ‘wealthy spear’.

Adayre – Adayre as a girl’s name (also used as a boy’s name), is related to the Old German name Adair. The meaning of Adayre is ‘wealthy spear’.

Addaley – An honourable noble person

Addie – Variation, adela

Addler – Variant spelling of German Adler, meaning ‘eagle.’

Addolf – Addolf as a boy’s name is of Old German origin meaning ‘noble or majestic wolf’.

Addolph – Addolph as a boy’s name is of Old German origin meaning ‘noble or majestic wolf’.

Addy – Addy as a girl’s name (also used as a boy’s name), is related to the Old German and Old Enlgish names Ada, Addie and Adelaide. The meaning of Addy is ‘noble’.

Ade – Ade as a boy’s name is of Hebrew origin meaning ‘earth’.

Adel

Adel – Brave

Adelaine

Adelar – A fearless noble warrior

Adelard – Adelard as a boy’s name is of Old German origin meaning ‘noble strength or noble and brave’.

Adelbert – Adelbert as a boy’s name is of Old German origin meaning ‘noble, bright, and famous’.

Adelbrecht – Adelbrecht as a boy’s name is of Old German origin meaning ‘noble, bright, and famous’.

Adelfieri – Adelfieri as a boy’s name is of German origin meaning ‘noble oath’.

Adelfuns

Adelgiso – Adelgiso as a boy’s name is of Old German origin meaning ‘noble or precious promise’.

Adelgund – An honourable warrior

Adelgunde – A noble and kind warrior

Adelhard – Variant spelling of Old High German Adalhard, meaning ‘noble strength.’

Adelhild – A noble battle or fight

Adelio – The name Adelio is a boy’s name of German origin meaning ‘the father of the noble prince’.

Adelis – An honourable aristocrat

Adeliz – One who is the most noble

Adelky – One with the nobility

Adellard – Adellard as a boy’s name is of Old German origin meaning ‘noble strength’.

Adelmar – Variant spelling of Old High German Adalmar, meaning ‘nobly famous.’

Adelmo – Adelmo is an unpopular boy’s name.

Adelmund – One who is of noble birth, born noble

Adelram – A dark noble or a noble raven

Adelredus – A red-haired noble person

Adelric – Adelric as a boy’s name is of Old German origin meaning ‘noble and regal ruler’.

Adelrich – Adelrich as a boy’s name is of Old German origin meaning ‘noble and regal ruler’.

Adelrick – Adelrick as a boy’s name is of Old German origin meaning ‘noble and regal ruler’.

Adelrik – Powerful and strong ruler

Adelulf – Variant spelling of Old High German Adalwulf, meaning ‘noble wolf.’

Adelyn – A variation of Adalyn, which registers a few notches higher on the baby-name charts, Adelyn is an invented American name with no real history or background. But it was likely inspired by Adelaide (“noble sort”) or even Madelyn. It has been listed on naming charts only since 2007. It’s close in spelling and pronunciation to Adalyn and Adelynn and also counts Adela, Adelina and Adelina as variants.

Adelynn – A variation of Adalyn, which registers higher on the baby-name charts, Adelynn is an invented American name and therefore has no real history or background. But it was likely inspired by Adelaide (“noble sort”) or possibly Madelynn. It has been listed on baby-name charts only since 2009, but it’s hanging on along with the name’s other options like Adelyn, Adela, Adelina and Adalina.

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

Ademar – One who is popular for his kindness

Adhemar – Adhemar is an unpopular boy’s name.

Adi – Adi as a girl’s name (also used as a boy’s name), is related to the Old German names Ada and Adelaide. The meaning of Adi is ‘noble’.

Adie – Celtic – Little Fire, Hebrew – Man, Latin – Man from Hadria, dark one

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

Adima – In German it means noble. In Sanskrit it means Primitive or original

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

Adison – A Variant of name Addison, Son of Adam

Adisson – Son of Adam

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

Adkins – Son of Aiken, A variant of Adam

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

Adlar – Adlar as a boy’s name is of Old German origin meaning ‘noble strength’.

Adlard – Adlard as a boy’s name is of Old German origin meaning ‘noble strength’.

Adler – Adler as a boy’s name is of Old German origin, and the meaning of Adler is ‘eagle’.

Adlin – Adlin as a boy’s name is of Old German origin meaning ‘noble’.

Adne – The one who is like an eagle

Ado – Ado as a boy’s name is of Teutonic origin meaning ‘awe-inspiring or noble’.

Adoff – A noble or honourable wolf

Adolf – Noble Wolf

Adolf – Adolf as a boy’s name is of Old German origin meaning ‘noble or majestic wolf’.

Adolfo – Adolfo as a boy’s name is of Old German origin meaning ‘noble or majestic wolf’.

Adollf – Adollf as a boy’s name is of Old German origin meaning ‘noble or majestic wolf’.

Adolph – Noble wolf

Adolph – Adolph as a boy’s name is pronounced a-DOLF. It is of Old German origin, and the meaning of Adolph is ‘noble, majestic wolf’. The Latin form Adolphus arrived in Britain in mid-19th century, having been a German and Swedish royal name and also a saint’s name.

Adolphe – Adolphe as a boy’s name is of Old German origin meaning ‘noble or majestic wolf’.

Adolpho – Adolpho as a boy’s name is of Old German origin meaning ‘noble or majestic wolf’.

Adolphus – Adolphus as a boy’s name is of Old German origin meaning ‘noble or majestic wolf’.

Adorjan – Person from Hadria (Latin Origin), A variant of Adrian

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

Adrian – Water, or a sea of water

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

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

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

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

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

Adulf – The wolf who is noble and honourable

Adulfus – Adulfus as a boy’s name is of Old German origin meaning ‘noble or majestic wolf’.

Ady – A noble or kind person in community

Aebbe – A strong person, or refers to strength

Aebi – Pet form of the personal name Adalbert, meaning noble.

Aedilbert – One who is bright and noble

Aedilburh – A bright noble or kind person

Aedilhum – A noble warrior or bear

Aedilhun – A noble favour from God

Aedwulf – A noble and honourable wolf

Aegenwulf – The wolf of the chief sea

Aelbehrt – A bright or shiny edge or tip

Aelbert – A bright pointed tip of sword

Aelfa – A person with supernatural power

Aelfryth – The king of mystical powers

Affonso – A person who is noble and ready

Afonso – Noble and prepared

Agid – Abbreviated form of German Agidius, meaning ‘kid, young goat’ or ‘shield of goatskin.’

Agidius – German form of Late Latin ?gidius, meaning ‘kid, young goat’ or ‘shield of goatskin.’

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

Agustine – Majestic dignity, grandeur.

Agustine – Majestic

Ahlf – Pet form of German Adolf, meaning ‘noble wolf.’

Ahlois – Ahlois as a boy’s name is of Old German origin meaning ‘famous warrior’. It derives from the Greek hero Ulysses who was known for being clever and resourceful.

Ahren – Eagle

Ahren – Eagle

Ahti – means the Sea, Name of Egyptian Goddess, A variant of name Ahto which means God of the waters

Ailbe – Intelligent or noble

Ailbeart – Noble and bright

Ailbert – Ailbert as a boy’s name is of Old German origin meaning ‘noble, bright, and famous’.

Ailbriht – the son of Ailbrit’

Ailean – Ailean as a boy’s name is of Old German and Gaelic origin meaning ‘precious’.

Ailin – Ailin as a boy’s name is of Old German origin meaning ‘precious’.

Ailwyn – Friend.

Aimerey – Aimerey as a boy’s name is of Old German origin meaning ‘king of work’.

Aimeric – Aimeric as a boy’s name is of Old German origin meaning ‘king of work’.

Aimery – Aimery as a boy’s name is of Old German origin, and the meaning of Aimery is ‘king of work’. French name.

Aimon – Aimon as a boy’s name is of Old German origin, and the meaning of Aimon is ‘fatherland’. French name.

Aimond – Aimond as a boy’s name is of Old German origin meaning ‘fatherland’.

Aimone – Aimone as a boy’s name is of Old German origin meaning ‘fatherland’.

Aimory – Brilliant

Aindhadi – Famous star

Akela – Graceful and noble

Aksel – Father of peace

Aksel – German form of Scandinavian Axel, meaning ‘father of peace.’

Alajos – Well-known fighter

Alan – Alan as a boy’s name is pronounced AL-an. It is of Old German origin, and the meaning of Alan is ‘precious’. From Adal. Also possibly derived from the Gaelic ‘ailin’ meaning ‘little rock’.

Aland – Aland as a boy’s name is of Old German origin meaning ‘precious’.

Alann – Alann as a boy’s name is of Old German origin meaning ‘precious’.

Alano – Alano as a boy’s name is of Old German origin meaning ‘precious’.

Alanson – Alanson as a boy’s name is of Old German origin meaning ‘precious’.

Alard – Alard as a boy’s name is of Old German origin, and the meaning of Alard is ‘noble strength’.

Alaric – Noble leader

Alaric – Alaric as a boy’s name is pronounced AL-a-ric. It is of Old German origin, and the meaning of Alaric is ‘noble, regal ruler’.

Alarich – German variation of Alaric, origin meaning all-powerful ruler’.

Alarick – Noble leader

Alarick – Alarick as a boy’s name is of Old German origin meaning ‘noble or regal ruler’.

Alarico – Alarico as a boy’s name is of Old German origin meaning ‘noble or regal ruler’.

Alarik – Noble leader

Alarik – Noble leader

Alasdair – Old Greek – Defender of men, A variant of name Alexander and Alistair

Alaster – Old Greek – Defender of men, A variant of name Alistair

Alavaro – Alavaro as a boy’s name is of Old German origin meaning ‘all guard’.

Albano – Latin – Man from Alba , A variant of name Alban

Alberic – Alberic as a boy’s name is of Old German origin meaning ‘elf or magical being’.

Alberich – Variant spelling of Old High German Albirich, meaning ‘elf ruler.’ In Germanic mythology, this was the name of a sorcerer king of elves.

Alberick – Alberick as a boy’s name is of Old German origin meaning ‘elf or magical being’.

Alberik – Alberik as a boy’s name is of Old German origin meaning ‘elf or magical being’.

Albern – Albern as a boy’s name is of Old German origin, and the meaning of Albern is ‘noble courage’.

Albert – Noble, bright, Prince Albert was Queen Victoria”s consort noted for enthusiastic support of the application of science to the modern industrial age. Albert Einstein developed the Theory of Relativity.

Albert – Albert as a boy’s name is pronounced AL-bert. It is of Old German origin, and the meaning of Albert is ‘noble, bright, famous’. From an Old French name, Albert, of German (Frankish) origin.

Albertino – Albertino as a boy’s name is of Old German origin meaning ‘noble, bright, and famous’.

Alberto – Alberto as a boy’s name is of Old German origin meaning ‘noble, bright, and famous’.

Albertus – Albertus as a boy’s name is of Old German origin meaning ‘noble, bright, and famous’.

Albie – Variant of Albert, Old English for brilliant, bright, nobly famous (Germanic), man from Alba (Latin)

Albirich – Old High German name composed of the elements alf ‘elf’ and ric ‘power, rule,’ hence ‘elf ruler.’

Albrecht – Intelligent or noble

Albrecht – Albrecht as a boy’s name is of Old German origin meaning ‘noble, bright, and famous’.

Albrekt – Albrekt as a boy’s name is of Old German origin meaning ‘noble, bright, and famous’.

Albricht – Noble and bright

Alburn – German -Noble, Courage, Of Noble Valor, A variant name is Albern

Alburt – German – Nobly Famous, A derivative of name Albert

Alby – Noble and bright

Alcuin – Teutonic – Noble Friend.

Ald – Old or wise

Alda – Wiser, Elder, name of a Saint

Aldemar – Well known for his experience

Alder – Name of a tree

Aldert – Noble strength

Aldivin – Aldivin as a boy’s name is of Old German origin meaning ‘old’.

Aldman – German name meaning ‘old man.’

Aldo – Old or wise, an elder

Aldo – Short form of longer German names containing the element ald, meaning ‘old.’ Compare with another form of Aldo.

Aldous – Aldous as a boy’s name is pronounced OLD-us. It is of Old German origin, and the meaning of Aldous is ‘old’.

Aldric – Variant spelling of Old High German Aldrich, meaning old ruler, long time ruler.’

Aldrich – Old High German name composed of the elements ald ‘old’ and ric ‘power, rule,’ hence ‘old ruler, long time ruler.’ Compare with another form of Aldrich.

Aldrick – Variant spelling of German Aldric, meaning ‘old ruler, long time ruler.’

Aldrik – Variant spelling of German Aldric, meaning ‘old ruler, long time ruler.’

Aldrin – German – Old and Powerful ruler , A variant of name Aldrich

Alen – Alen as a boy’s name is Old German origin meaning ‘precious’.

Aleric – Aleric as a boy’s name is of Old German origin meaning ‘noble or regal ruler’.

Alerick – Alerick as a boy’s name is of Old German origin meaning ‘noble or regal ruler’.

Ales – German – Nobly Famous, Old Greek – Defender of Men, A variant name of Albert and Alexander

Alexander – Defender of Mankind

Alexius – Old Greek – Defender, A variant of name Alexis

Alf – Low German pet form of German Adolf, meaning ‘noble wolf.’ Compare with other forms of Alf.

Alfie – Alfie as a boy’s name is of Old English and Old German origin meaning ‘elf or magical counsel’.

Alfihar – Middle Low German name composed of the elements alf ‘elf’ and hari ‘army, host,’ hence ‘elf army.’

Alfo – Alfo as a boy’s name is of Old German origin meaning ‘ready for battle’.

Alfons – German name derived from Latin Alfonsus, meaning ‘noble and ready.’ Compare with another form of Alfons.

Alfonse – Noble and prepared

Alfonso – Form of ALPHONSE – eager, noble

Alfonsus – Alfonsus as a boy’s name is of Old German origin meaning ‘ready for battle’.

Alfonzus – Alfonzus as a boy’s name is of Old German origin meaning ‘ready for battle’.

Alfre – Alfre as a girl’s name (also used as a boy’s name), is related to the Old German and Old English name Alfreda. The meaning of Alfre is ‘elf or magical counsel’.

Alfreck – German variation of Alfred, origin meaning wise counselor’.

Alfred – Advice from elves

Alfredo – Advice from elves

Alfrid – German variation of Alfred, origin meaning wise counselor’.

Alfy – Alfy as a boy’s name is of Old English and Old German origin meaning ‘elf or magical counsel’.

Alger – Clever warrior

Algis – Algis as a boy’s name is of Old German origin, and the meaning of Algis is ‘spear’.

Alhmanic – Divine

Alhsom – Sacred fame

Alhwin – Noble friend

Ali – Elevated, prominent, superior

Aliard – Aliard as a boy’s name is of Old German origin meaning ‘noble strength’.

Alicia – When you compare Alicia with its predecessor Alice, the differences are striking. While both have the identical meaning (“noble, exalted”), Alice is warm, strong and suited to parents who want to give their daughters a cool retro name. Alicia, on the other hand, is gentle and delicate with more modern flavor. Alice’s sharp edges melt away when you change the ending to “–cia.” Comparisons aside, Alicia represents strong, determined women too, namely singer Alicia Keys and actress Alicia Silverstone.

Alin – Alin as a boy’s name is of Old German origin meaning ‘precious’.

Alisann – Honorable, admireable, respectable

Allain – Allain as a boy’s name is of Old German origin meaning ‘precious’.

Allan – Allan as a boy’s name is of Old German and Gaelic origin meaning ‘precious’.

Allard – German – Noble Strength, A variant of name Abelard , Ellard

Allaric – Allaric as a boy’s name is of Old German origin meaning ‘noble or regal ruler’.

Allarick – Allarick as a boy’s name is of Old German origin meaning ‘noble or regal ruler’.

Allayne – Allayne as a boy’s name is of Old German origin meaning ‘precious’.

Allcen – Allcen as a girl’s name (also used as a boy’s name), is related to the Old German name Alison. The meaning of Allcen is ‘noble’.

Alldrich – Variant spelling of Old High German Aldrich, meaning ‘old ruler, long time ruler.’

Allerd – Allerd as a boy’s name is of Old German origin meaning ‘noble and courageous’.

Alleric – Alleric as a boy’s name is of Old German origin meaning ‘noble or regal ruler’.

Allerick – Allerick as a boy’s name is of Old German origin meaning ‘noble or regal ruler’.

Alley – Alley as a girl’s name (also used as a boy’s name), is related to the name Allie.

Alleyn – Alleyn as a boy’s name is Old German origin meaning ‘precious’.

Allin – Allin as a boy’s name is of Old German origin meaning ‘precious’.

Allisoun – Allisoun as a girl’s name (also used as a boy’s name), is related to the Old German name Alison. The meaning of Allisoun is ‘noble’.

Allon – Hebrew – Oak, Gothic – Noble and Ready, Celtic – Little Rock, Harmony, Peace, A variant of name Alan

Ally – A pet form of the name Alison, meaning ‘of a noble kind’.

Allyn – Allyn as a boy’s name is of Gaelic origin meaning ‘precious’.

Allyson – When someone, presumably a parent, rejected the often-used names Alison and Allison, the variant Allyson was born. And wow, does she come from a big family! The sisterhood began with Alice, followed by Alison and Allison. Then Alyson, Alisson and Allisson joined the clan during some creative moments over the last century. How to decide which one will suit baby best? Think about how traditional you want to be and go from there, keeping in mind how often your daughter might have to say, “No, it’s spelled…”

Almanzo – Almanzo as a boy’s name is of Old German origin, and the meaning of Almanzo is ‘precious man’.

Almar – German – Nobly Famous, A variant of name Adelmar

Almaric – A powerful worker

Almarin – Almarin as a boy’s name is of Old German origin meaning ‘work ruler’.

Almarino – Almarino as a boy’s name is of Old German origin meaning ‘work ruler’.

Almeric – Variant spelling of German Almerich, meaning ‘work-power.’

Almerich – German name derived from Latin Almericus, a form of Old German Amaliric, meaning ‘work-power.’

Almund – Noble Protection, Defender of the Temple

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

Aloess – Aloess as a boy’s name is of Old German origin meaning ‘famous warrior’.

Aloin – Noble Friend

Alois – German variation of Aloysius, origin meaning famous warrior’, ‘the chosen’.

Aloisio – German – Fame, Loud, Fighter, Warrior, A derivative from name Aloysius , Louis

Aloisius – Aloisius as a boy’s name is of Old German origin meaning ‘famous warrior’. It derives from the Greek hero Ulysses who was known for being clever and resourceful.

Aloj – Aloj as a boy’s name is of Old German origin meaning ‘famous warrior ‘. is a variant of Aloysius (Old German), and the meaning of Aloj is ‘famous warrior’.

Alojzy – Alojzy as a boy’s name is of Old German origin meaning ‘famous warrior’. It derives from the Greek hero Ulysses who was known for being clever and resourceful.

Alon – Hebrew – Oak, Gothic – Noble and Ready, Celtic – Little Rock, Harmony, Peace, A variant of name Alan

Alonso – The name Alonso is a boy’s name of German, Spanish, Portuguese origin meaning ‘Adalfuns’.

Alonzo – Variant of Alphonse, the name means ready to fight.

Aloys – Aloys as a boy’s name is of Old German origin meaning ‘famous warrior’.

Aloysisus – German – Fame and War French – Famous Warrior, Latinised form of the name Louis

Aloysius – Aloysius as a boy’s name is pronounced al-oo-ISH-us. It is of Old German origin, and the meaning of Aloysius is ‘famous warrior’. Latin version of Luigi or Louis, also related to Clovis and Ludwig.

Alpertti – Aristocratic and bright

Alpheus – Hebrew – Successor

Alphie – A noble elf counsel full of promptness and enthusiasm spreading peace

Alphonse – Alphonse as a boy’s name is of Old German origin, and the meaning of Alphonse is ‘ready for battle’. From Hildefuns.

Alphonso – Ready

Alphonso – Ready

Alphonzo – Alphonzo as a boy’s name is of Old German origin meaning ‘ready for battle’.

Alphonzus – Alphonzus as a boy’s name is of Old German origin meaning ‘ready for battle’.

Alric – Alric as a boy’s name is of Old German origin meaning ‘noble or regal ruler’.

Alrich – German contracted form of Visigothic Alaric, meaning ‘all-powerful, ruler of all.’

Alrick – Rules all. The historical Gothic king who plundered Rome in A.D. 410.

Alrick – Alrick as a boy’s name is of Old German origin meaning ‘noble or regal ruler’.

Alrik – Noble leader

Alrik – Noble leader

Alt – Old, senior

Alterman – Alterman as a boy’s name is of Old German origin meaning ‘old man’.

Altermann – Altermann as a boy’s name is of Old German origin meaning ‘old man’.

Altherr – The name means old master, or an older person of high status.

Altman – Old German name composed of the elements alt ‘old’ and diener ‘servant,’ hence ‘old servant.’ Related to the name Aldman ‘old man.’

Altmann – Altmann as a boy’s name is of Old German origin meaning ‘old man’.

Alva – An exalted white old friend who have supremacy of an supernatural being

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

Alvaro

Alvaro – Alvaro as a boy’s name is pronounced AL-vah-roh. It is of Old German origin, and the meaning of Alvaro is ‘all guard’. A Visigothic given name.

Alvert – Alvert as a boy’s name is of Old German origin meaning ‘noble, bright, and famous’.

Alvertos – Alvertos as a boy’s name is of Old German origin meaning ‘noble, bright, and famous’.

Alvie – A noble friend of the elves who enjoys practical arts and systematic schedule

Alvin – Noble friend

Alvy – Noble friend

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

Alwar – Gothic: Guard for all, A derivative of name Alvaro

Alwin

Alwin – Old High German name composed of the elements alb ‘elf’ and wini ‘friend,’ hence ‘elf friend.’ Compare with other forms of Alwin.

Alwine – Friend

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

Alwyne – Feminine form of Alvin meaning a magical friend filled with practicality and determination

Alyn – Alyn as a boy’s name is of Old German origin meaning ‘precious’.

Amacker – Topographic name from ‘am Acker’, meaning by the field.

Amal – Old German name derived from the word amal, meaning ‘labor, work.’ Compare with other forms of Amal.

Amald – Power of an eagle

Amalger – Old German name composed of the elements amal ‘labor, work’ and ger ‘spear,’ hence ‘work-spear.’

Amalie – Hard Worker

Amaliric – Old German name composed of the elements amal ‘labor, work,’ and ric ‘ruler,’ hence ‘work-power.’

Amall – Power of an eagle

Amalric – Variant spelling of Old German Amaliric, meaning ‘work-power.’

Amalrich – Variant spelling of German Amalric, meaning ‘work-power.’

Amara – Immortal Being, one who is blessed without end or death, blessed with eternal life, Grace or Bitter

Amaud – Power of an eagle

Amaury – The name Amaury is a boy’s name of German, French origin meaning ‘work power’.

Ambros – Old Greek – Immortal, Divine, A variant of the name Ambrose

Ambrosius – Old Greek – Immortal, Divine, A variant of the name Ambrose

Amd – Power of an eagle

Amd – Power of an eagle

Amdt – Power of an eagle

Ame – Eagle

Ame – German – Eagle, Scandinavian – The Eagle Rules

Amelio – Hard-working

Amell – Power of an eagle

Amell – Power of an eagle

Amerey – Amerey as a boy’s name is of Old German origin meaning ‘king of work’.

Americus – A royalty who is a home ruler

Amerigo – German – Work, Ruler, Powerful, Rich, A variation of name Emmerich

Amery – Divine

Amery – Industrious leader

Amet – German – Power of an Eagle

Amett – Power of an eagle

Amey – Eagle

Amhold – Power of an eagle

Ami – Eagle

Amo – Power of an eagle

Amo – Power of an eagle

Amold – Power of an eagle

Amoll – Power of an eagle

Amorie – Variation of Amory, they are leader and spread love

Amory – Divine, Brave, powerful. See also Emory.

Amory – They are powerful, brave has divine leader qualities

Amot – Power of an eagle

Amot – Power of an eagle

Amott – Power of an eagle

Amwolf – Eagle wolf

Anastasius – Old Greek – Resurrection, A variant form of the name Anastasios

Anatol – Old Greek – Sunrise, East, A variant form of name is Anatoli

Andreas – Manly, brave

Andreas – Manly

Andries – Old Greek – Male, Manly, Brave, Virility, A variant of name Anders

Angelus – Old Greek – Messenger of God, Angel, A variant of name is Angel

Anicho – Anicho as a boy’s name is of Old German origin, and the meaning of Anicho is ‘ancestor, predecessor’.

Ann – Gift of God

Anna – Name of a King, Food, Grain, Earth and Water, God

Anne – Frisian pet form of Germanic names beginning with arn-, meaning ‘eagle.’ Compare with feminine Anne.

Anno – German – Eagle Ruler, A variant of name Arnold

Ano – Immaculate

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

Ansel

Ansel – The name Ansel is a boy’s name of German origin meaning ‘with divine protection or follower of a nobleman’.

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

Anselm – Anselm as a boy’s name is pronounced an-SELM. It is of Old German origin, and the meaning of Anselm is ‘God’s helmet’.

Anselma – Protected by God

Anselme – Anselme as a boy’s name is of Old German origin meaning ‘God’s helmet’.

Anselmi – Anselmias a boy’s name is of Old German origin meaning ‘God’s helmet’.

Anselmo – Anselmo as a boy’s name is of Old German origin meaning ‘God’s helmet’.

Ansgar – Old High German name composed of the elements ans ‘god’ and gar ‘spear,’ hence ‘god-spear.’ Equivalent to Old Norse Asgeirr.

Anshelm – German variation of Anselm, origin meaning with divine protection’.

Anslem – Anslem is an unpopular boy’s name.

Anso – Anso as a boy’s name is of Old German origin meaning ‘God’s helmet’.

Ansobert – Old High German name composed of the elements ans ‘divine, god’ and bert ‘bright,’ hence ‘god-bright.’

Anson – Divine

Anton

Anton – German form of Greek Antonios, possibly meaning ‘invaluable.’ Compare with other forms of Anton.

Anzelm – Anzelm as a boy’s name is of German origin meaning ‘God’s protection’.

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

Apsel – Father of peace

Apsel – German form of Hebrew Abiyshalowm, meaning ‘father of peace.’

Arch – Arch as a boy’s name is of Old French and Old German origin meaning ‘genuine, bold, and brave’.

Archaimbaud – Archaimbaud as a boy’s name is of Old French and Old German origin meaning ‘genuine, bold, and brave’.

Archambault – Archambault as a boy’s name is of Old French and Old German origin meaning ‘genuine, bold, and brave’.

Archard – Strong

Archard – Archard as a boy’s name is of Anglo German origin, and the meaning of Archard is ‘holy, powerful’.

Archerd – Archerd as a boy’s name is of Anglo German origin meaning ‘holy or powerful’.

Archibald

Archibald – Archibald as a boy’s name is of Old French and Old German origin, and the meaning of Archibald is ‘genuine, bold, brave’.

Archibaldo – Archibaldo as a boy’s name is of Old French and Old German origin meaning ‘genuine, bold, and brave’.

Archibold – Archibold as a boy’s name is of Old French and Old German origin meaning ‘genuine, bold, and brave’.

Archie William – Meaning ‘truly brave’, ‘will’, ‘desire’, ‘helmet’ and ‘protection’. Archie is a pet form of Archibald, and William is the male diminutive of Wilhemina.

Archie-James – Archie means ‘truly brave’ or ‘bold’. It is a pet name of Archibald. James is an English name that means ‘protect’ ‘heal’ or ‘supplanter’.

Archie – Of Germanic origin meaning ‘truly brave’, a pet form of the English and Scottish Archibald.

Archimbald – Archimbald as a boy’s name is of Old French and Old German origin meaning ‘genuine, bold, and brave’.

Archimbaldo – Archimbaldo as a boy’s name is of Old French and Old German origin meaning ‘genuine, bold, and brave’.

Archy – Archy as a boy’s name is of Old French and Old German origin meaning ‘genuine, bold, and brave’.

Ard – Germanic – Eagle, Latin – Green Forest, A variant of the name Arden

Ardal – Intelligent or noble

Ardal – Eagle ruler

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

Aren – Eagle

Aren – Eagle

Arend – Power of an eagle

Arend – As powerful as an eagle

Arent – Germanic – Eagle Ruler, Hebrew – Enlighted, mountain of strength, A variant of name Aaron

Aric – Noble leader

Arick

Arick – Noble leader

Arik

Arik – This is a different spelling of ‘Eric,’ which means a brave ruler.

Arlando – Famous land

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

Arlen – Pledge, one with a creative and analytical mind

Arman – This name is popular in many cultures. It means ‘a wish’ in Persian and ‘person in the army’ in French and German.

Armand – Of the army

Armando – The handsome, macho Armando is, by definition, a “soldier,” but he’s also a romantic at heart. The name has lots of Spanish (and Italian and Portuguese) flair, a big improvement over the somewhat clunky Herman, from which it stems. Armando established itself in the Middle Ages, and first landed on the US baby-name charts in the early 20th century. It’s a go-to name in Latino communities.

Armands – Latvian version of Armand, meaning soldier.

Armani – Longing for

Armen – Possibly a variant spelling of German Armin, meaning ‘army man.’ Compare with another form of Armen.

Armin – The name Armin is a boy’s name of German, Israeli origin meaning ‘soldier, warrior’.

Arminius – Arminius as a boy’s name is of German origin meaning ‘whole or universal’.

Arminlo – Arminlo as a boy’s name is of German origin meaning ‘army man or soldier’.

Armino – Armino as a boy’s name is of Teutonic origin meaning ‘warrior’.

Armon – This Germanic name means ‘someone from the army’ or ‘warrior.’ It is also related to armor.

Armond – Germanic – Army Man, Variant name of Armand

Armondo – Germanic – Army Man, Variant name of Armand

Arn – Arn as a boy’s name is of Old French and Old German origin meaning ‘eagle ruler’.

Arnald – Germanic – Eagle Ruler, A variant of name Arnold

Arnaldo – As powerful as an eagle

Arnau – Arnau as a boy’s name is of Old French and Old German origin meaning ‘eagle ruler’.

Arnaud – Eagle power, one who is powerful and majestic

Arnd – Arnd as a boy’s name is of Old French and Old German origin meaning ‘eagle ruler’.

Arndt – Arndt as a boy’s name is of Old French and Old German origin meaning ‘eagle ruler’.

Arne – As powerful as an eagle

Arnel – Arnel as a boy’s name is of Old French or Old German origin meaning ‘eagle ruler’.

Arnell – Arnell as a boy’s name is of Old French and Old German origin meaning ‘eagle ruler’.

Arnie – Can be a pet form of the name Arnold, meaning ‘eagle ruler’, or a pet form of the biblical name Aaron, meaning ‘enlightened’ or ‘exhalted’.

Arno – Arno as a boy’s name is of Old German origin, and the meaning of Arno is ‘eagle-wolf’.

Arnoe – Arnoe as a boy’s name is of Old German origin meaning ‘eagle-wolf’.

Arnold – Strong as an eagle

Arnold – Arnold as a boy’s name is pronounced AR-nold. It is of Old French and Old German origin, and the meaning of Arnold is ‘eagle ruler’.

Arnoldo – Arnoldo as a boy’s name is of Old French and Old German origin meaning ‘eagle ruler’.

Arnoldus – Germanic – Eagle Ruler, A variant of name Arnold

Arnot – Arnot as a boy’s name is of Old French and English origin meaning ‘little eagle’.

Arnott – English – Little Eagle, Germanic – Eagle Ruler, A variant of name Arnold

Arnou – Arnou as a boy’s name is of Old German origin meaning ‘eagle-wolf’.

Arnoud – Arnoud as a boy’s name is of Old French and Old German origin meaning ‘eagle ruler’.

Arnout – Arnout as a boy’s name is of Old French and Old German origin meaning ‘eagle ruler’.

Arnoux – Arnoux as a boy’s name is of Old German origin meaning ‘eagle-wolf’.

Arnow – Arnow as a boy’s name is of Old German origin meaning ‘eagle-wolf’.

Arnowe – Arnowe as a boy’s name is of Old German origin meaning ‘eagle-wolf’.

Arnt – Eagle ruler

Arnthor – Arnthor as a boy’s name is of German origin meaning ‘the eagle’.

Arnwald – Frankish German name composed of the elements aro ‘eagle’ and wald ‘power, ruler, wield,’ hence ‘eagle power.’

Arny – Arny as a boy’s name is of Old French and Old German origin meaning ‘eagle ruler’.

Aronne – German variation of Aaron, origin meaning high mountain, exalted, enlightened’.

Arquibaldo – Arquibaldo as a boy’s name is of Old French and Old German origin meaning ‘genuine, bold, and brave’.

Arquimbaldo – Arquimbaldo as a boy’s name is of Old French and Old German origin meaning ‘genuine, bold, and brave’.

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

Arrigo – Germanic – Army, Warrior, To rule, House owner, Variant of name Amerigo

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

Arvin – Arvin as a boy’s name is pronounced AR-vin. It is of English and Old German origin, and the meaning of Arvin is ‘people’s friend’.

Arvis – Arvis as a boy’s name is of English and Old German origin meaning ‘people’s friend’.

Arvon – Arvon as a boy’s name is of English and Old German origin meaning ‘people’s friend’.

Arvy – Arvy as a boy’s name is of English and Old German origin meaning ‘people’s friend’.

Arvyn – Arvyn as a boy’s name is of English and Old German origin meaning ‘people’s friend’.

Arwin – Arwin as a boy’s name is of English and Old German origin meaning ‘people’s friend’.

Ascher – Happy, blessed, occupational name for an ashmaker

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

Asmus – A lovely person

Asser – Hebrew – Happy, Blessed, Cute, A variant of name Asher

Astan – A settlement found in the east

Astor – French and German name derived from Occitan astor, meaning ‘goshawk,’ itself from Latin acceptor, a variant of accipiter, meaning ‘hawk.’ It was originally a derogatory term for men with hawk-like, predatory characteristics.

Aswine – A person who is friends with Gods

Athanasius – Old Greek – Resurrection, Immortal, Variant of name Anastasius

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

Atreyu – A good son, clever, and happy.

Attila – Small father

Aube – Aube as a boy’s name is of Old German origin meaning ‘elf or magical being’.

Auberi – Rule of an Elf, powerful and kind hearted

Auberon – Auberon as a boy’s name is of Old German origin, and the meaning of Auberon is ‘noble or royal bear’.

Auberron – Auberron as a boy’s name is of Old German origin meaning ‘noble or royal bear’.

Aubert – Aubert as a boy’s name is of Old German origin meaning ‘noble, bright, and famous’.

Aubray – Ruler of elves

Aubrey – Mythical and majestic, possessing unique qualities.

Aubrie – Ruler of elves

Aubry – Aubry as a girl’s name (also used as a boy’s name), is related to the Old German name Aubrey. The meaning of Aubry is ‘elf or magical being’.

Aubury – Aubury as a boy’s name is of Old German origin meaning ‘elf or magical being’.

Audo – Older form of German Otto, meaning ‘prosperous, wealthy.’

Audric – Noble ruler

Audric – Audric as a boy’s name is pronounced AW-drik. It is of Old German origin, and the meaning of Audric is ‘old’.

Audrick – Noble ruler

Audrick – Old or wise ruler

Audwin – Noble friend, variant of Alvin

Audwin – A noble friend

Audwine – Wise ruler

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

Augusten – The name Augusten is a boy’s name of German origin meaning ‘great, magnificent’.

Augustine – Majestic

Augustinus – Latin – August, Dignifies, Holy, A vairant of name Augustine

Augustus

Augustus – Majestic

Aurel – German and Romanian form of Roman Latin Aurelius, meaning ‘golden.’

Aurick – Noble leader

Aurick – Germanic – Ruler of all, Noble Ruler, Old Norse – Ever Ruling, A variant of Alaric

Aurik – Noble leader

Aurik – German variation of Alaric, origin meaning all-powerful ruler’.

Austell – A Cornish place and a name of a famous Saint

Auster – The name Auster is a boy’s name of German origin meaning ‘oyster’.

Autha – Autha as a boy’s name is of Old German origin, and the meaning of Autha is ‘wealth’.

Autry – One who has noble strength and ancient power

Avellino – Longed for

Averey – Averey as a boy’s name is of Old German origin meaning ‘elf or magical being’.

Avery – Ruler of elves

Axel – Father of peace, variant of Absalom

Axel – The name Axel is a boy’s name of German, Scandinavian origin meaning ‘father of peace’.

Axell – Hebrew – God the Father is Peace, Greek – Defender of Men, Variant of name Axel

Axil – Hebrew – God the Father is Peace, Greek – Defender of Men, Variant of name Axel

Aymeric – Aymeric as a boy’s name is of Old German origin meaning ‘king of work’.

Aymery – Aymery as a boy’s name is of Old German origin meaning ‘king of work’.

Azzo – Old German name meaning ‘noble at birth.’ Compare with another form of Azzo.

German boy names starting with B

Bach – The name Bach is a boy’s name of German origin meaning ‘dweller near the brook’.

Baden – The name Baden is a boy’s name of German origin meaning ‘son of Bade’.

Bader – The name Bader is a boy’s name of German origin meaning ‘barber, surgeon’.

Baer – The name Baer is a boy’s name of German origin meaning ‘bearlike, dweller at the sign of the bear’.

Bahr – A mighty and strong Bear

Bald – Bald as a boy’s name is of Old French and Old German origin meaning ‘bold and brave friend’.

Baldawin – Old High German name composed of the elements bald ‘bold’ and wini ‘friend,’ hence ‘brave friend.’

Baldemar – Baldemar as a boy’s name is of Old German origin, and the meaning of Baldemar is ‘bold and renowned, famous ruler’.

Balderic – Balderic as a boy’s name is of Old German origin meaning ‘brave ruler’.

Balderik – Balderik as a boy’s name is of Old German origin meaning ‘brave ruler’.

Baldewin – Baldewin as a boy’s name is of Old French and Old German origin meaning ‘bold and brave friend’.

Baldewyn – Means a bold friend, the noble one

Baldomar – Baldomar as a boy’s name is of Old German origin meaning ‘bold and renowned’.

Baldomero – Baldomero as a boy’s name is of Old German origin meaning ‘bold and renowned’.

Baldovino – Baldovino as a boy’s name is of Old French and Old German origin meaning ‘bold and brave friend’.

Baldric – Baldric as a boy’s name is of Old German origin, and the meaning of Baldric is ‘brave ruler’. ‘Bald’ means ‘brave’, while ‘ric’, as in Frederick and Richard, means ‘ruler’.

Baldrick – Baldrick as a boy’s name is of Old German origin meaning ‘brave ruler’.

Baldrik – It mean being bold or brave. It symbolises courage and power.

Balduin – Balduin as a boy’s name is of Old French and Old German origin meaning ‘bold and brave friend’.

Balduino – Balduino as a boy’s name is of Old French and Old German origin meaning ‘bold and brave friend’.

Baldwin – It means a bold and brave friend.

Baldwine – It means a bold and brave friend. It is a variant transcription of Baldwin.

Baldwinn – Baldwinn as a boy’s name is of Old French and Old German origin meaning ‘bold and brave friend’.

Baldwyn – Baldwyn as a boy’s name is of Old French and Old German origin meaning ‘bold and brave friend’.

Baldwynn – Baldwynn as a boy’s name is of Old French and Old German origin meaning ‘bold and brave friend’.

Ballard – A dancing song

Balldwin – Balldwin as a boy’s name is of Old French and Old German origin meaning ‘bold and brave friend’.

Baltasar – Protected by God

Baltasar – Protected by God

Balzer

Bamard – The name means ‘ brave as a bear.’

Bamber – German byname meaning ‘short and fat.’

Bamey – The name means ‘ brave as a bear.’ It is a version of bamard.

Bannan – Commander

Bannruod – Famous commander

Bardawulf – Old German equivalent of Anglo-Saxon Bertulf, meaning ‘bright wolf.’

Bardo – The name Bardo is a boy’s name of German, Aboriginal, Tibetan origin meaning ‘water’.

Bardric – Germanic – Axe Ruler, Soldier who Wields an Axe, A variant of name Bardrick

Bardrich – Bardrich as a boy’s name is of Teutonic origin meaning ‘axe-ruler’.

Bardrick – Bardrick as a boy’s name is of Teutonic origin, and the meaning of Bardrick is ‘axe-ruler’. One of the many Teutonic names related to fighting.

Bardulf – Contracted form of German Bardawulf, meaning ‘bright wolf.’

Barduwulf – An ax-wielding wolf

Barend – Barend as a boy’s name is of Old German origin, and the meaning of Barend is ‘hard bear’.

Baret – Bear-strength

Barnard – Strong as a bear, variant of Bernard

Barnard – Barnard as a boy’s name is of Old French and Old German origin meaning ‘strong and brave bear’.

Barnardel – Brave

Barnardo – Barnardo as a boy’s name is of Old French and Old German origin meaning ‘strong and brave bear’.

Barnat – As strong as a bear

Barney – The Germanic meaning of the name Barney is ‘brave as bear’. Other meanings include ‘son of a Prophet’ and ‘son of cons’.

Barnhard – Barnhard as a boy’s name is of Old French and Old German origin meaning ‘strong and brave bear’.

Barnhardo – Barnhardo as a boy’s name is of Old French and Old German origin meaning ‘strong and brave bear’.

Barnim – To Protect

Barny – Derived From Bernard

Baron – Noble Man

Baronicio – Baronicio as a boy’s name is of Old German and Old English origin meaning ‘young warrior’.

Barrant – Power of the bear

Barrat – Barrat as a boy’s name is of Aramaic origin meaning ‘son of Talmai (the farmer)’.

Barratt – Barratt as a boy’s name is of Aramaic origin meaning ‘son of Talmai (the farmer)’.

Barren – Barren as a boy’s name is of Old German and Old English origin meaning ‘young warrior’.

Barret – Barret as a boy’s name is of Aramaic origin meaning ‘son of Talmai (the farmer)’.

Barrett – Mighty as a bear or a variant of Barnett

Barrett – This name may not have a cute history—Barrett is probably an old surname meaning “strife” that’s often given to an argumentative person—but it has a sophistication that overtakes any negativity. Used mostly in the US, Barrett is a boys’ name that has been on the baby-name charts since the 1950s. It dipped in use for a few decades, then came back in the 21st century for reasons as mysterious as its origins. Famous Barretts include former University of Alabama football star Barrett Jones and “The Voice” finalist Barrett Baber.

Barrey – Bear-strength

Barron – Barron as a boy’s name is of Old English origin meaning ‘burned clearing’.

Barthel – German variation of Bartholomew, origin meaning son of the furrow’.

Barthold – Variant spelling of German Berthold, meaning ‘bright ruler.’

Bartholomaus – German form of Latin Bartholomaeus, meaning ‘son of Talmai.’

Bartholome – Son of a Farmer, Both Surname and Given Name, Farmer’s Son

Bartol – German variation of Bartholomew, origin meaning son of the furrow’.

Bartold – Furrow

Bartolomaus – German form of Latin Bartolomaeus, meaning ‘son of Talmai.’

Bartram – Glorious raven.

Bartram – Illustrious

Bas – Royal, Kingly, Derived from the Sam, Diminutive of Basil

Basilius – Kingly, Royal

Bastein – Short form of Sebastein, meaning one who is revered.

Bastian – Dervied from Sebastian which means, Man of Sebastia.

Bau – live at a place

Baudoin – Baudoin as a boy’s name is of Old French and Old German origin meaning ‘bold and brave friend’.

Baudouin – Germanic – Bold friend, Brave friend, A variant of the name Baldwin

Baudric – Baudric as a boy’s name is of Old German origin meaning ‘brave ruler’.

Bauer – The name Bauer is a boy’s name of German origin meaning ‘farmer, tiller of the soil’.

Baumar – Baumar as a boy’s name is of Old German origin meaning ‘bold and renowned’.

Baumer – Baumer as a boy’s name is of Old German origin meaning ‘bold and renowned’.

Bawer – fellow citizen

Bayerd – One who Sings Ballads

Bayron – This is an alternate spelling of the name ‘Baron,’ which means a nobleman.

Bear – Bear as a boy’s name is of Old French and Old German origin meaning ‘strong and brave bear’.

Bearnard – Bearnard as a boy’s name is of Old French and Old German origin meaning ‘strong and brave bear’.

Beat – Blessed

Bedrich – Calm monarch

Belarmino – Belarmino is an unpopular boy’s name.

Belindo – Belindo as a boy’s name. Masculine form of Belinda. Could possibly mean ‘handsome’, though Belinda may be traced back to an Old German word meaning ‘dragon’.

Bellindo – Bellindo as a boy’s name is of German origin meaning ‘snake’.

Beltran – Bright Raven

Beltrano – Vivid Raven

Bem – Bear

Bemelle – Strong as a bear

Bemot – Brave as a bear

Ben – Son Of

Benard

Benat – Brave as a bear

Benat – Brave as a bear

Benedicto – Blessed,those who live with God in heaven

Benedikt – German form of Latin Benedictus, meaning ‘blessed.’ Compare with another form of Benedikt.

Benedikte – Benedikte is a variant of the name Benedict and means blessed.

Benediktus – Blessed,bringing pleasure, contentment, or good fortune

Beneger – A warrior who fights with a spear

Benek – Blessed and Brave

Benjy – Hebrew – Son of the South, Son Of the Right Hand, Favorite, A diminutive of the name Benjamin and variant of Ben

Benning – The name Benning is a boy’s name of German origin meaning ‘son of Bernhard’.

Benno – The name Benno is a boy’s name of German origin meaning ‘bear’.

Benny – Hebrew – Son of the South, Son Of the Right Hand, Favorite, A diminutive of the name Benjamin and variant of Ben

Beno – German – Bear, Brave as a Bear, Hebrew – Son of the south, A derivative of name Benito

Benz – The blessed one

Beorhthere – An army of light

Beorhtirc – He who is the ruler of light

Beorhtmaer – One who is famous for his brightness

Beorhtmund – He is a protector of light

Beorhtnoth – One who has the courage of the light

Beorhtric – He who is the King of the light

Beorhtsige – The victory of light over the darkness

Beorhtstan – The light of the stone

Beorhtwig – The battle of the light

Beorhtwine – He is a friend of the light

Beorhtwulf – To have the light and brightness of the wolf

Beorhtwynn – The joy the light bringd

Beorna – A woman who is as strong as a bear

Beornfred – One who is the protector of the bears

Beornfrith – A man who is protective like a bear

Beornheard – Beornheard is an unpopular boy’s name.

Beornhelm – One who lives near the place inhabited by bears

Beornmod – He who guards and protects like a bear

Beornmund – He who is protective like a bear

Beornnoth – To have the courgae of the bear

Beornoth – To be brave like a bear

Beornred – He who is like a red bear

Beornric – One who is the Bear King

Beornstan – He who comes from the Bear stone

Beornwald – He is powerful like a bear

Beornward – He who guards like a bear

Beornwynn – One who is the firend of bears

Beorthelm – He who is a Bear protevtor

Beorthmaer – He sho is a Famous Bear

Beorthwulf – One who is like a bear and llike the wolf

Beorward – He who has the Bear’s Power

Beowulf – Bear

Ber – Bear, fast and furious being

Berad – He who is bright

Berahthraben – Old High German name composed of the elements beraht ‘bright’ and hraban ‘raven,’ hence ‘bright raven.’

Beran – He who has the strenght and bravery of the Bear

Berat – One who is bright

Berchthild – The war of the bright men

Berchtwald – Bright Ruler, one who is intelligent and charming

Bercthun – A man who shines brightly

Berdy – Intelligent

Berend – Berend as a boy’s name is of Old French and Old German origin meaning ‘strong and brave bear’.

Berengar – Bear and Spear, they are powerful and strong

Berenger – The name Berenger is a boy’s name of German origin meaning ‘warrior fighting with a spear’.

Berenwald – He who has the power of a bear

Berg – Berg as a boy’s name is of German origin, and the meaning of Berg is ‘mountain’. Usually found as a suffix in German surnames like Kleinberg, ‘small mountain’, Goldberg, ‘gold mountain’, or Hochberg, ‘high mountain’.

Bergelmir – A Mythical Giant

Bergen – Mountain, Hill Dweller

Berger – The name Berger is a boy’s name of German origin meaning ‘lives on a hill’.

Bergh – Bergh as a boy’s name is of German origin meaning ‘mountain’.

Berhtram – Contracted form of Old High German Berahthraben, meaning ‘bright raven.’

Berhtric – He who is the King of the Light

Berhtwald – To have the power of the light

Berhtwulf – He is the wolf of the light

Beringar – Old German name composed of the elements berin ‘bear’ and ger ‘spear,’ hence ‘bear-spear.’

Berinhard – Brave as a bear

Berinhard – Brave as a bear

Berl – Berl as a boy’s name is of German origin meaning ‘son of Berl’.

Berle – Berle as a boy’s name is of German origin meaning ‘son of Berl’.

Berlin

Berlinger – A habitational name, meaning from Beroldingen.

Berlyn – Son of Berl, see also Burl

Berlyn – Berlyn as a boy’s name is pronounced BER-lin. It is of German origin, and the meaning of Berlyn is ‘son of Berl’.

Berman – Berman is an unpopular boy’s name.

Bermund – He who has the bear’s protectivness

Bern – Bern as a boy’s name is pronounced byrn. It is of Old German origin, and the meaning of Bern is ‘bear’.

Bernal – Bernal as a boy’s name is of Old German origin, and the meaning of Bernal is ‘strength of a bear’.

Bernald – Bernald as a boy’s name is of Old German origin meaning ‘strength of a bear’.

Bernard – Bernard as a boy’s name is pronounced ber-NARD. It is of Old French and Old German origin, and the meaning of Bernard is ‘strong, brave bear’.

Bernarde – Strong bear

Bernardino – Bernardino as a boy’s name is of Old French and Old German origin meaning ‘strong and brave bear’.

Bernardo – Bernardo as a boy’s name is of Old French and Old German origin meaning ‘strong and brave bear’.

Bernardyn – Brave as a bear

Bernardyn – Brave as a bear

Bernarr – Bernarr as a boy’s name is of Old French and Old German origin meaning ‘strong and brave bear’.

Bernd – Bernd as a boy’s name is of Old French and Old German origin meaning ‘strong and brave bear’.

Berndt – Berndt as a boy’s name is of Old French and Old German origin meaning ‘strong and brave bear’.

Berne – Berne as a boy’s name is of Old German origin meaning ‘bear’.

Bernelle – Strong as a bear, variant of Bernard

Bernerd – Strong bear

Bernez – Brave as a bear

Bernhald – Bernhald as a boy’s name is of Old German origin meaning ‘strength of a bear’.

Bernhard – Brave as a bear

Bernhard – Old High German name composed of the elements bero ‘bear’ and hard ‘brave, hardy, strong,’ hence ‘bold as a bear.’

Bernhardo – Bernhardo as a boy’s name is of Old French and Old German origin meaning ‘strong and brave bear’.

Bernhardt – Variant spelling of Old High German Bernhard, meaning ‘bold as a bear.’

Bernhart – German variation of Bernard, origin meaning strong, brave as a bear’.

Bernhold – Bernhold as a boy’s name is of Old German origin meaning ‘strength of a bear’.

Bernie – Derived from the name Bernard meaning ‘brave as a bear’. May also mean ‘from the broad brook’.

Bernis – Bernis as a boy’s name is of Old French and Old German origin meaning ‘strong and brave bear’.

Berno – Brave Like a Bear

Bernold – Bernold as a boy’s name is of Old German origin meaning ‘strength of a bear’.

Bernon – Brave as a bear

Bernon – Brave as a bear

Bernt – Bernt as a boy’s name is of Old French and Old German origin meaning ‘strong and brave bear’.

Bernulf – He who is like a wolf and a bear

Bernwini – He who is friend of a bear

Berny – Berny as a boy’s name is of Old German origin meaning ‘bear’.

Berowalt – Mighty as a bear

Berrin – Bear

Bert – Bright

Bertel – German variation of Bartholomew, origin meaning son of the furrow’.

Bertell – Bertell as a boy’s name is of Old German origin meaning ‘bright strength or renowned leader’.

Berthelm – Ho have a bright power

Berthguin – A shinging one

Berthold – Berthold as a boy’s name is of Old German origin, and the meaning of Berthold is ‘bright strength, renowned leader’.

Berthoud – Berthoud as a boy’s name is of Old German origin meaning ‘bright strength or renowned leader’.

Berthun – A person who is bright

Bertie – Bertie as a girl’s name (also used as a boy’s name), is related to the Old German names Alberta, Bertha and Gilberte and the Old English and Old German name Roberta. The meaning of Bertie is ‘noble’.

Bertil – Bertil as a boy’s name is of Old German origin meaning ‘bright strength or renowned leader’.

Bertilak – The playful dance of the light

Bertol – Bertol as a boy’s name is of Old German origin meaning ‘bright strength or renowned leader’.

Bertold – Bright ruler, shines

Bertold – Bertold as a boy’s name is of Old German origin meaning ‘bright strength or renowned leader’.

Bertolde – Bertolde as a boy’s name is of Old German origin meaning ‘bright strength or renowned leader’.

Bertoll – Bertoll as a boy’s name is of Old German origin meaning ‘bright strength or renowned leader’.

Bertolt – Bertolt as a boy’s name is of Old German origin meaning ‘bright strength or renowned leader’.

Berton – From the bright town

Bertram

Bertram – Bertram as a boy’s name is pronounced BER-trum. It is of Old French and Old German origin, and the meaning of Bertram is ‘bright, famous raven’. Ravens were traditional symbols of wisdom in German mythology, Odin was regularly accompanied by ravens called Hugin and Munin.

Bertrand – The name Bertrand is a boy’s name of German, French origin meaning ‘magnificent crow’.

Bertrando – Bertrando as a boy’s name is of Old French and Old German origin meaning ‘bright and famous raven’.

Bertranno – Bertranno as a boy’s name is of Old French and Old German origin meaning ‘bright and famous raven’.

Bertred – A light of red color

Bertrem – Bertrem as a boy’s name is of Old French and Old German origin meaning ‘bright and famous raven’.

Bertrum – Bertrum as a boy’s name is of Old French and Old German origin meaning ‘bright and famous raven’.

Bertschy – A variant of Germanic name Bertwald, meaning bright and famous.

Bertulf – To be like a wolf and bear

Bertwald – One who is a powerful bear

Bertwin – Shining Friend

Berty – Berty as a boy’s name is of Old German origin meaning ‘noble, bright, and famous’.

Bhaltair – Army rule

Bill – Form of WILLIAM – resolute guardian

Bille – Bille as a boy’s name is of Old German origin meaning ‘will helmet or protection’.

Billie-Jo – Billie is a variation of William and means ‘desire, protection’ whilst Jo is of Hebrew origin meaning ‘God is gracious’.

Billie – Will to protect

Billy – A pet name for William, meaning ‘desire’ and ‘helmet’, and symbolizing ‘will’ and ‘protection’.

Bing – From the kettle-shaped hollow

Bing – Bing as a boy’s name is of Old German origin, and the meaning of Bing is ‘the hollow shaped like a pot’. Place name.

Binge – From the kettle shaped hollow

Binge – From the kettle shaped hollow

Bittan – German – Desire, A variant name is Bitten

Bitten – German – Desire, A variant name is Bittan

Blas – Stutters

Blasi – German variation of Blaise, origin meaning to lisp, stammer’.

Blasius – German variation of Blaise, origin meaning to lisp, stammer’.

Blaz – Unwavering protector

Blixa – A generous, approachable and friendly, cash

Bob – Form of ROBERT – Bright fame

Bobby – A pet name for Robert (or Roberta, for girls) meaning ‘bright famous one’ and also ‘foreign woman’ in Latin.

Bode – This baby boy’s name is of Germanic origins and means messenger.

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

Bodo – One who is messenger and a leader

Boell – Hill dweller

Bogaard – Bogaard as a boy’s name is of Old French and Old German origin meaning ‘bow strength or orchard’.

Bogaart – Bogaart as a boy’s name is of Old French and Old German origin meaning ‘bow strength or orchard’.

Bogaerd – Bogaerd as a boy’s name is of Old French and Old German origin meaning ‘bow strength or orchard’.

Bogart – Bogart as a boy’s name is of Old French and Old German origin, and the meaning of Bogart is ‘bow strength, orchard’. The name is also used in Old Dutch with the meaning ‘apple garden’.

Bogey – Bogey as a boy’s name is of Old French and Old German origin meaning ‘bow strength or orchard’.

Bogie – Bogie as a boy’s name is of Old French and Old German origin meaning ‘bow strength or orchard’.

Bogohardt – Bowstring

Bogy – Bogy as a boy’s name is of Old French and Old German origin meaning ‘bow strength or orchard’.

Bond – Bond as a boy’s name is of Middle English and Old English origin, and the meaning of Bond is ‘peasant farmer’.

Bonifaz – German variation of Boniface, origin meaning fortunate, of good fate’.

Borg – From the castle, familar form of Burkhard

Borris – He who is like a short wolf

Bosel – One who comes from the forest at the wavy bank

Botulf – One who is compared to a wolf

Boudewijn – Bold friend

Bracken – descendant of BreacA?n

Brahms – The name Brahms is a boy’s name of German origin.

Brand – Fiery torch, beacon. Also a variant of Brandon and Brandt

Brand – Living beside land cleared by fire

Brandeis – Dwells on a burned clearing

Brandeis – One who lives or dwells on a clearing that is burnt

Brando – Sword, a weapon used at the time of wars

Brandt – Fiery torch, dweller on land cleared by burning

Brandt – The name Brandt is a boy’s name of German origin meaning ‘dweller on burnt land’.

Branson – Branson means weapon, such as a sword.

Brant – The name Brant is a boy’s name of German origin meaning ‘sword’.

Brantlee – Variant of Brantley, the name means sharp object, such as a sword or knife.

Brantley – Brantley means sharp object, such as a sword or knife.

Brantly – A protector, defender, without fear.

Braun – The name Braun is a boy’s name of German origin meaning ‘brown’.

Brecht – Bright

Bren – Flame

Bren – A flame, a part of fire

Brenda – A sharp weapon, a sword

Brendan – Prince

Brendan – Little raven

Brendis – Little raven

Breneman – Breneman is an unpopular boy’s name.

Brenner – Someone who does the job of burning things

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

Brick – The name Brick is a boy’s name of German, Irish Gaelic, Yiddish origin.

Brickel – South German byname related to the word brockel, a diminutive of brocken ‘chunk,’ hence ‘little chunk,’ denoting a short stocky person.

Brickell – Brickell as a boy’s name is of Old German origin, and the meaning of Brickell is ‘little bridge’.

Brock

Brock – Stream

Brodrick – Brodrick as a boy’s name is of Old German origin meaning ‘famous power’.

Brodryck – Brodryck as a boy’s name is of Old German origin meaning ‘famous power’.

Brohomaglus – Son of lattus or son of joy

Bronson – Brown”s son.

Bronson – Brown’s son

Brooke – Clear, clean water. A gentle stream. Such images come to mind when you hear the name “Brooke.” It’s got Old English and Old German origins, but was popularized centuries later by actress Brooke Shields and a New York society grand dame named Brooke Astor. If you want an interesting offshoot, call your newborn Brooklyn, like Nick and Vanessa Lachey did for their daughter in 2015, or go with Brooks, the chosen name for ‘The Bachelor’ star Ashley Salter’s son.

Brookes – Brookes as a boy’s name is of Old English and Old German origin meaning ‘water or small stream’.

Broon – Brown

Bruin – Bruin as a boy’s name is of Old German origin meaning ‘brown’.

Bruino – Bruino as a boy’s name is of Old German origin meaning ‘brown’.

Brun – Brown

Bruno – The typical meaning of the name Bruno is ‘brown’ from the word brun and was commonly used for boys with brown hair, eyes and complexion. It was more popular within Germany, France, Italy, Scandinavia and Portugal, but became more popular in Britain within

Brunon – Brunon as a boy’s name is of Old German origin meaning ‘brown’.

Bruns – Variant form of German Bruno, meaning ‘brown.’

Brunswick – Brunswick as a boy’s name is of Old German origin, and the meaning of Brunswick is ‘Bruno’s village’.

Brunwyn – Brown

Bubba – Bubba as a boy’s name is of German origin, and the meaning of Bubba is ‘boy’.

Bud – Off-shoot

Buel – Buel as a boy’s name is of German origin meaning ‘hill dweller’.

Buell – Buell as a boy’s name is pronounced BYOO-ell. It is of German origin, and the meaning of Buell is ‘hill dweller’.

Bueller – Bueller as a boy’s name is of German origin meaning ‘hill dweller’.

Buhl – Buhl as a boy’s name is of German origin meaning ‘hill dweller’.

Buhler – Buhler as a boy’s name is of German origin meaning ‘hill dweller’.

Burchard – A hardy and brave protector of people

Burckhard – One who bravely protects

Burg – Germanic – Protection, From the fortified hill or Castle, A variant of Berg

Burgh – Burgh as a boy’s name is of German origin meaning ‘mountain’.

Burhardt – German – Strong as a Castle

Burk – From the Germanic word burg, meaning ‘castle, fort, protection.’ Used as a short form of longer names containing the same element.

Burke – Variant spelling of German Burk, meaning ‘castle, fort, protection.’

Burkhard – German name composed of the elements burg ‘castle, fort, protection’ and hard ‘brave, strong,’ hence ‘strong protection.’

Burkhardt – A man with the strenght of a fortress

Burkhart – A person who is ctrong like a castle

Burlin – Burlin as a boy’s name is of German origin meaning ‘son of Berl’.

Burnard – Burnard as a boy’s name is of Old French and Old German origin meaning ‘strong and brave bear’.

Burnell – Strong or brave as a bear

Burrhus – Burrhus is an unpopular boy’s name.

Burroughs – Burroughs as a boy’s name is of Old English and Old German origin, and the meaning of Burroughs is ‘in the borough or burrow’.

Burrows – Burrows as a boy’s name is of Old English and Old German origin meaning ‘in the borough or burrow’.

Burt – A settlement near a fort

Busch – The name Busch is a boy’s name of German origin meaning ‘dweller near the bush’.

Béla – Noble and bright

German boy names starting with C

Callan – To fight in the battle with rocks

Carel – Carel as a boy’s name is of Old German origin meaning ‘free man’.

Carey – He lives in the fortress

Cariel – He is a free man

Carl – Carl as a boy’s name is pronounced karl. It is of Old German origin. From Karl, the German form of Charles (Old German) ‘free man’.

Carleton – Carl’s town or farmer’s town

Carlinhos – Free man

Carlito – Free man

Carlitos – Free man

Carlo – Free man

Carloman – German name composed of the personal name Carl, ‘man,’ and the word mann ‘man,’ hence ‘Carl the man’ or ‘man of man.’ This name was borne by many royal historical figures, including a son of Charlemagne and a king of the West Franks.

Carlos – A popular Spanish name, Carlos is the equivalent of Charles, meaning ‘free man’.

Carol – A hymn or a song

Carolus – Carolus as a boy’s name is of Old German origin meaning ‘man’.

Carper – An occupational name for basketmaker

Carrol – Carrol as a boy’s name is of Old German origin meaning ‘man’.

Carsten

Carsten – The name Carsten is a boy’s name of German origin, meaning anointed one’, English from Latin, ‘follower of Christ’.

Cary – A man of the fortress

Caryl – Free

Cayle – Free man

Caz – The watchful one

Ceorl – A husband

Chareles – Free

Charels – Free

Charl – Free

Charle – Free

Charlee – Don’t let the meaning of the name throw you off. Charlee may translate to “free man,” but this alternative Americanized spelling of Charlie is all female thanks to the “–lee” suffix. It was just added to the baby-name charts in 2006, which means it’s still under the radar. If you choose it for your daughter, it’s unlikely teachers or other parents will ever have to refer to your daughter as “Charlee [fill in last name initial here]’ to distinguish her from all the other Charlees in class.

Charlen – Free

Charles – Charles is a royal name that dates to the reign of Charlemagne, the first Charles the Great. It has graced monarchs in England, France, Spain, Hungary and Portugal. Then there are pioneers like Charles Darwin, the father of evolution, and silent-film star Charlie Chaplin. Aviator Charles Lindbergh took the first transatlantic solo flight, and jazz great Charlie Parker helped invent the musical style bebop. Julia Louis-Dreyfus, Russell Crowe and Jodie Foster all have sons named Charles, while Savannah Guthrie, Anna Paquin and Tiger Woods chose Charlie for their sons.

Charlese – Free

Charleson – Charleson is a boy’s name meaning ‘free man’ and is a variant of the Old German name Charles.

Charleston – Free man

Charlie-James – Charles meaning ‘man’, ‘free man’ and James , a variant of the Hebrew Yakob or Jacob , meaning ‘supplanter’.

Charlie – A variant of Charles, the name Charlie means ‘free man’ and has many variants. It was originally a boy’s name but is increasingly popular for girls also.

Charlle – An English name of Germanic origin, Charlie means ‘free man’ and is a derivative of Charles.

Charlotte – The feminine variation of Charles, Charlotte has been fashionable in Britain since the arrival of Charlotte of Mecklenburg-Strelitz, the 17-year-old bride of British King George III, who reigned during the American Revolution. (The city of Charlotte, North Carolina, is named for her.) Cherished Charlottes include Jane Eyre author Charlotte Bronte, Charlotte from Sex in the City and Charlotte the spider from EB White’s classic Charlotte’s Web. Prince William and Kate Middleton named their daughter Charlotte Elizabeth Diana with great fanfare.

Charls – Charls is a boy’s name meaning ‘free man’ and is a variant of the Old German name Charles.

Charly – The meaning of Charly is ‘free man’. It is a variant of the name Carl or Charles.

Charlz – Free

Chas – Chas is a boy’s name meaning ‘free man’ and is a variant of the Old German name Charles.

Chay – A fairy tale

Chaz – Chaz as a boy’s name. Pet form of Charles (Old German) ‘free man’, derived from the use of the short form Chas.

Chazz – Chazz is a boy’s name and a variant of the name Chaz.

Cheudler – Wise counsel

Chick – Chick as a boy’s name. Short form of Charles (Old German) ‘free man’.

Chip – Someone resembling his father

Chlodwig – A famous German warrior

Chlothar – Germanic name composed of the elements hlut ‘loud’ and hari/heri ‘army, warrior’ hence ‘loud warrior.’

Christofer – Christ bearer

Christoffer – Christ bearer

Christoph – German form of Latin Christophorus, meaning ‘Christ-bearer.’

Chuck – Chuck as a boy’s name. Pet form of Charles (Old German) ‘free man’. Originally a nickname from a term for endearment (from Middle English ‘chukken’, meaning ‘to chuck’).

Chuckie – A free man, a commoner who is free of any forceful dominancy from the state

Claiborn – Claiborn is a boy’s name meaning ‘boundary with clover’ or ‘brook or border near a clay-bed’. It comes from the Old English, French, and German name Claiborne and the Old English name Clayborne.

Claiborne – Claiborne as a boy’s name is of French, German and Old English origin, and the meaning of Claiborne is ‘boundary with clover, boundary of clay’.

Claibourn – Claibourn is a boy’s name meaning ‘boundary with clover’ or ‘boundary of clay’. It derives from the Old English, French and German name Claiborne.

Claibourne – Claibourne is a boy’s name meaning ‘boundary with clover’ or ‘boundary of clay’. It derives from the Old English, French and German name Claiborne.

Claudius – The name Claudius is a boy’s name of German origin meaning ‘lame, enclosure’.

Claus – Claus as a boy’s name is of German origin. Variant of Nicholas (Greek) ‘people of victory’.

Clause – Clause is a boy’s name and a variant of the German name Claus.

Clay – Mortal, one who is subjected to death any moment of his life

Clayborn – Clayborn is a boy’s name meaning ‘boundary with clover’ or ‘boundary of clay’. It derives from the Old English, French and German name Claiborne.

Clayborne – A river flowing near a clay bed

Claybourn – Claybourn is a boy’s name meaning ‘boundary with clover’ or ‘boundary of clay’. It derives from the Old English, French and German name Claiborne.

Claybourne – Claybourne is a boy’s name meaning ‘boundary with clover’ or ‘brook or border near a clay-bed’. It comes from the Old English, French, and German name Claiborne and the Old English name Clayborne.

Clayland – Derived from the name ‘Clayton’, a settlement that is made of clay

Clayton – A town or settlement that is made from clay

Clemens – Good natured, gentle and merciful

Clodoveo – Clodoveo is a boy’s name meaning ‘renowned fighter’ that is related to the Old German name Clovis.

Clotilde – Celebrated warrior

Clovio – Clovio is a boy’s name meaning ‘renowned fighter’ that is related to the Old German name Clovis.

Clovis – Clovis as a boy’s name is pronounced KLOH-viss. It is of Old German origin, and the meaning of Clovis is ‘renowned fighter’.

Clovisito – Clovisito is a boy’s name meaning ‘renowned fighter’ that is related to the Old German name Clovis.

Clovito – Clovito is a boy’s name meaning ‘renowned fighter’ that is related to the Old German name Clovis.

Clyne – Small

Coenradd – Wise counsel

Colbert – Colbert as a boy’s name is of Old French and Old German origin, and the meaning of Colbert is ‘renowned, bright, famous’.

Colvert – Colvert as a boy’s name is of Old French and Old German origin meaning ‘renowned or bright and famous’.

Conerad – A bold advice or instruction, derived from the name of a 10th century saint

Conrad – Brave counsel, bold advisor

Conrad – Conrad as a boy’s name is pronounced KAHN-rad. It is of Old German origin, and the meaning of Conrad is ‘brave, bold ruler or counsel’.

Conrade – Conrade is a boy’s name meaning ‘brave’ or ‘bold ruler or counselor’. It is a variant of the Old German name Conrad.

Conradin – One who advices in an honest fashion

Conrado – Conrado is a boy’s name meaning ‘brave’ or ‘bold ruler or counselor’. It is a variant of the Old German name Conrad.

Conroy – Wise counsel

Corbinian – A raven, a bird resembling the crow

Cord – Honest advisor

Cord – A bold and honest adviser, one who advices fearlessly

Corey – Unclear

Corradino – Wise counsel

Corrado – Corrado is a boy’s name meaning ‘brave’ or ‘bold ruler or counselor’. It is a variant of the Old German name Conrad.

Cort – Cort as a boy’s name is pronounced kort. It is of English and Old German origin, and the meaning of Cort is ‘courtier, court attendant, brave’.

Corty – Corty is a boy’s name meaning ‘courtier’ or ‘brave’ that comes from the English and Old German name Cort.

Court – Court is a boy’s name meaning ‘courtier’, ‘brave’, or ‘land of the court’. It is a variant of the English and Old German name Cort and the Old English name Courtland.

Cram – Cram is a boy’s name meaning ‘peddler’ that is a variant of the Old German name Cramer.

Cramer – Cramer as a boy’s name is of Old German origin, and the meaning of Cramer is ‘peddler’. A ‘cram’ was a peddler’s pack.

Culbert – Culbert is a boy’s name that comes from the Old French and Old German name Colbert. It means ‘renowned’, ‘bright’, or ‘famous’.

Culkin – A very learned man

Cuma – The one who bears Christ

Curd – Wise counsel

Currado – Wise counsel

Currau – Sicilian form of Conrad. It means brave counsel.

Curt – Derived from court, courteous

Cusick – A harsh term

Cuyler – An archer or bowman

German boy names starting with D

Dachs – German byname for ‘a hunter of badgers’ or someone who ‘has badger-like qualities,’ derived from the vocabulary word dahs, meaning ‘badger.’

Dagbert – Dagbert means ‘bright day’ or ‘shining day’. It is a boy’s name that comes from the Old German name Dagobert.

Dagobert – Dagobert as a boy’s name is of Old German origin, and the meaning of Dagobert is ‘bright day, shining day’.

Dagoberto – Dagoberto means ‘bright day’ or ‘shining day’. It is a boy’s name that comes from the Old German name Dagobert.

Dahl – Valley of flowers

Dalbert – Bright place

Daneal – God is judge

Danek – German variation of Dane, origin meaning from Denmark’, ‘God is my judge’.

Danner – The name Danner is a boy’s name of German origin meaning ‘dweller near the fig tree’.

Danube – Danube as a boy’s name. Geography name: the second largest river in Europe, it flows through Germany, Austria, Hungary, and into the Black Sea.

Darek – Darek as a boy’s name is of English and Old German origin meaning ‘power of the tribe’.

Darrick – German variation of Derek, origin meaning the people’s ruler’.

Darriq – Darriq is a boy’s name meaning ‘power of the tribe’ that is related to the English and Old German name Derek.

David – A beloved friend

Dearg – Red haired

Dearg – Red haired

Dearil – Call of death, red haired

Decker – The name Decker is a boy’s name of German origin meaning ‘roofer’.

Dederick – Variant form of Old High German Diedrich, meaning ‘first of the people, king of nations.’

Dedric – Dedric is a boy’s name meaning ‘power of the tribe’ that comes from the Old German and Danish name Theodoric.

Dedrich – Variant form of Old High German Diedrich, meaning ‘first of the people, king of nations.’

Dedrick – Dedrick as a boy’s name is pronounced DEE-drik. It is of Danish and Old German origin, and the meaning of Dedrick is ‘power of the tribe’.

Dedrik – Ruler of the people

Deiter – One who lives for the people, strong individual

Delbert – Bright, noble

Delmar – One who came from Sea

Denzill – One who follows truth and justice

Denzin – One who follows truth no matter what

Der – Form of DEREK – ruler

Dereck – Dereck as a boy’s name is of English and Old German origin meaning ‘power of the tribe’.

Derek – People”s ruler, a short form of Theodoric commonly used as an independent name

Derek – It’s probably safe to say that New York Yankees legend Derek Jeter has had something to do with the continued popularity of this name. Derek, from the Old German name Theodoric and meaning “power of the tribe,” was imported to England by immigrant Flemish weavers during the Middle Ages. An alternate spelling is Derrick. Other celebrities who’ve hit a home run with this headstrong, no-nonsense name include Derek Hough of “Dancing With the Stars” and former New York Knicks coach Derek Fisher.

Deric – Deric is a boy’s name meaning ‘power of the tribe’ that derives from the English and Old German name Derek.

Derick – Derick is a boy’s name meaning ‘power of the tribe’ that is related to the English and Old German name Derek.

Derik – Derik is a boy’s name meaning ‘power of the tribe’ that derives from the English and Old German name Derek.

Deriq – Deriq is a boy’s name meaning ‘power of the tribe’ that derives from the English and Old German name Derek.

Derk – Derk is a boy’s name meaning ‘power of the tribe’ that derives from the English and Old German name Derek.

Derreck – Derreck is a boy’s name meaning ‘power of the tribe’ that is related to the English and Old German name Derek.

Derrek – Derrek is a boy’s name meaning ‘power of the tribe’ that derives from the English and Old German name Derek.

Derrer – Occupational name for a flax or hemp worker.

Derrick – This variation of Derek has just as much charm as its predecessor. Popular since the 1940s, Derrick could be shortened to Rick but why do that? It has a full-bodied feel because of the extra letters and a more wholesome ambiance. This name is popular among athletes like Derrick Rose of the Cleveland Cavaliers, Derrick Johnson of the Kansas City Chiefs and Derrick Favors of the Utah Jazz, making Derrick a strong, sporty choice.

Derrik – Derrik is a boy’s name meaning ‘power of the tribe’ that is related to the English and Old German name Derek.

Derry – Red haired

Derryck – Derryck is a boy’s name meaning ‘power of the tribe’ that is related to the English and Old German name Derek.

Derryk – Derryk is a boy’s name meaning ‘power of the tribe’ that derives from the English and Old German name Derek.

Deryck – Deryck is a boy’s name meaning ‘power of the tribe’ that derives from the English and Old German name Derek.

Deryk – Deryk is a boy’s name meaning ‘power of the tribe’ that derives from the English and Old German name Derek.

Deryke – Deryke is a boy’s name meaning ‘power of the tribe’ that derives from the English and Old German name Derek.

Detlef – Old German name composed of the elements ?eud ‘people’ and leib ‘heritage,’ hence ‘people’s heritage.’

Detleff – Detleff as a boy’s name. German name.

Detlev – Detlev is a boy’s name and a variant of Detleff.

Deutsch – A German

Dewill – DeWill is an unpopular boy’s name.

Dicca – One who has a caring and daring personality

Dicel – People of a certain race, pet form of Mathias

Dick – Dick as a boy’s name is pronounced dik. It is of English origin. A rhyming nickname from medieval times. Richard (Old German) ‘dominant ruler’, was shortened to Rick, then rhymed to Dick, and variants like Dickson and Dix (which is also the French word meaning ‘ten’) followed.

Dickie – Dickie is a boy’s name meaning ‘powerful leader’ that is related to the Old German name Richard.

Dickinson – A powerful ruler, pet form of Richard

Dickson – Dick’s son

Dicky – Dicky is a boy’s name meaning ‘powerful leader’ that comes from the Old German name Richard.

Didi – Pet form of German Dieter, meaning ‘warrior of the people.’ Compare with feminine Didi.

Didyu – A priceless gift of God

Diede – Powerful ruler of the people

Diederich – One who is born to rule people

Diederick – Diederick is a boy’s name meaning ‘power of the tribe’ that comes from the Danish and Old German name Dedrick and the German name Dietrich.

Diederik – Powerful ruler of the people

Diedrich – Variant spelling of Old High German Dietrich, meaning ‘first of the people, king of nations.’

Diedrick – Diedrick is a boy’s name meaning ‘power of the tribe’ that comes from the Old German and Danish name Theodoric.

Dierck – Ruler of the people

Dierk – Variant spelling of German Dirk, meaning ‘first of the people, king of nations.’

Diesel – One who beongs to a certain race of people

Dietbald – Dietbald as a boy’s name is related to the Old German name Theobald. The meaning of Dietbald is ‘brave people’.

Dietbold – Dietbold as a boy’s name is related to the Old German name Theobald. The meaning of Dietbold is ‘brave people’.

Dieter – Old German name composed of the elements ?eud ‘people, race’ and hari/heri ‘army, warrior,’ hence ‘warrior of the people.’

Dietfried – German name composed of the elements ?eud ‘people, race’ and fred/frid ‘peace,’ hence ‘of the peaceful people.’

Diethelm – German name composed of the elements ?eud ‘people, race’ and helm ‘helmet, protection,’ hence ‘protector of the people.’

Dietlinde – German name composed of the elements ?eud ‘people, race’ and linde ‘soft, tender, weak,’ hence ‘of the gentle people.’

Dietmar – German name composed of the elements ?eud ‘people, race’ and mari/meri ‘famous,’ hence ‘of the famous people.’

Dietrich – Old High German form of Visigothic Theodereiks, meaning ‘first of the people, king of nations.’

Dietz – One who has taken birth to rule

Dik – A unique, strong and powerful ruler

Dillinger – A hill slope, feeling of love, joy of God

Dinand – The name Dinand is a boy’s name of German, Dutch origin meaning ‘bold voyager’.

Dirck – Dirck is a boy’s name meaning ‘power of the tribe’ that comes from the Danish name Dirk and the Old German name Theodoric.

Dirk – The people’s leader

Dirk – Short form of German Diederick, meaning ‘first of the people, king of nations.’

Dirke – Dirke is a boy’s name meaning ‘power of the tribe’ that derives from the English and Old German name Derek.

Disler – Occupational name for a maker of poles, frames, or wagons. Literally, it means shaft.

Ditmar – Famous

Dittmar – Famous

Dixon – Dick’s son

Dodd – A short and well rounded person

Dodge – A famed spear

Dodson – Dodd’s son

Dolf – Dolf as a boy’s name is of Old German origin meaning ‘noble or majestic wolf’.

Dollfus – Dollfus is a boy’s name and a variant of the Old German name Dolph.

Dollfuss – Dollfuss is a boy’s name and a variant of the Old German name Dolph.

Dollphus – Dollphus is a boy’s name and a variant of the Old German name Dolph.

Dolph – The name Dolph is a boy’s name of German origin, meaning noble wolf’.

Dolphus – Abbreviation of Adolphus noble wolf.

Dolphus – Dolphus as a boy’s name is of Old German origin meaning ‘noble or majestic wolf’.

Donar – The name Donar is a boy’s name of German origin meaning ‘ancient thunder god’.

Donau – Donau is a boy’s name and a variant of Danube.

Donner – Of a fierce temper

Dresden – People who are living beside riverside

Drewes – Form of Andreas, also a surname

Drexel – The name Drexel is a boy’s name of German origin meaning ‘to turn’.

Drogo – One who can bear or carry the load

Drud – Strong natured person, they are compassionate

Drugi – Strong

Dunston – Stone

Durr – A gaunting and dry individual

Dust – Habitation name, bush

Dustan – A brave warrior

Dusten – Dusten is a boy’s name meaning ‘brave warrior’ or ‘dusty area’. It is a variant of the Old German and Old English name Dustin.

Dustin – Name of Thor’s stone

Duston – Duston as a boy’s name is of Old German and Old English origin meaning ‘brave warrior or dusty area’.

Dustyn – Dustyn is a boy’s name meaning ‘brave warrior’ or ‘dusty area’. It is a variant of the Old German and Old English name Dustin.

Dutch – From Germany

Dwight – The name Dwight is a boy’s name of German origin meaning ‘white or blond’.

Dyrk – Dyrk is a boy’s name meaning ‘power of the tribe’ that derives from the English and Old German name Derek.

German boy names starting with E

Eadwin – It means a person who is a blessed friend and valued for in the society.

Eanraig – Ruler of the house

Earda – Derived from the word erda which means European earth goddess.

Earnest – Earnest as a boy’s name is of Old German origin, and the meaning of Earnest is ‘serious or battle to the death’.

Eawart – It means a very brave and courageous person.

Ebbe – Pet form of German Eberhard, meaning ‘strong as a boar.’

Eber – Eber as a boy’s name is of Old German and Old English origin meaning ‘brave and strong boar’.

Eberado – Eberado is a boy’s name meaning ‘brave, strong boar’ that comes from the Old German and Old English name Eberhard.

Eberardo – Courageous like a boar

Eberdt – Eberdt is a boy’s name meaning ‘brave, strong boar’ that comes from the Old German and Old English name Eberhard.

Eberhard – Brave boar

Eberhard – Old High German name composed of the elements eber ‘wild boar’ and hard ‘brave, hardy, strong,’ hence ‘strong as a boar.’

Eberhardt – Brave boar

Eberhardt – Eberhardt is a boy’s name meaning ‘brave, strong boar’ that comes from the Old German and Old English name Eberhard.

Eberhart – Variant spelling of German Eberhard, meaning ‘strong as a boar.’

Eberle – Eberle is a boy’s name meaning ‘small boar’ that comes from the Old German name Eberlein.

Eberlein – Eberlein as a boy’s name is of Old German origin, and the meaning of Eberlein is ‘small boar’.

Eberley – Eberley is a boy’s name meaning ‘small boar’ that comes from the Old German name Eberlein.

Eberly – A pet form of Eberhardt, meaning brave or hardy.

Ebersold – Swiss variant of Ebersol, meaning wild boar or wallow.

Ebert – Ebert is a boy’s name meaning ‘brave, strong boar’ that comes from the Old German and Old English name Eberhard.

Eberwin – Honourable friend

Ebner – Originally a German byname for someone who lived on a plateau, from eben ‘plateau’ and the suffix -er denoting an inhabitant, it is now considered a German form of Hebrew Abner, meaning ‘father of light.’

Eburhard – Variant spelling of German Eberhard, meaning ‘strong as a boar.’

Eburhardt – An inspirational saying for being strong, has Boar strength

Ecgmund – Strong protector, one who is thoughtful and systematic

Ecgwald – Brought up by nature or in the environment of forest, ruler of law

Ecgwulf – A clever being, has extravagant nature

Eckard – Eckard is a boy’s name meaning ‘brave edge or point’ that is related to the Old German name Eckhard.

Eckardt – Eckardt is a boy’s name meaning ‘brave edge or point’ that is related to the Old German name Eckhard.

Eckart – An edge, one who is powerful and brave

Eckbert – A bright sword, shiny metal or weapon

Ecke – An edge or corner of any space

Eckehard – A German saying to motivate means be strong through the sword

Eckehardt – A corner or a hidden edge

Eckerd – One who is sacred and connected with god

Eckert – Strong and pointed as brave

Eckhard – German name composed of the elements ek/eg ‘edge, point’ and hard ‘brave, hardy, strong,’ hence ‘strong edge.’

Eckhardt – Eckhardt is a boy’s name meaning ‘brave edge or point’ that is related to the Old German name Eckhard.

Eckhart – To keep on point that is able to cut or pierce

Eddo – Guardian of wealth

Ede – Guardian of wealth

Edel – Edel as a boy’s name is of Old German origin, and the meaning of Edel is ‘noble’.

Edelfieri – Edelfieri as a boy’s name is of German origin meaning ‘noble oath’.

Edelgiso – Edelgiso as a boy’s name is of Old German origin meaning ‘noble or precious promise’.

Edelhard – Hardy, a noble and strong being

Edelin – Edelin is a boy’s name meaning ‘noble’ that is related to the Old German name Edel.

Edelmar – One who is famous for noble personality

Edgar – Prosperous spearman

Edi – Guardian of wealth

Edid – The one who has a habit of being joyful

Ediline – The one who is kind and pleasant

Ediltrudis – A strong and gracious person who is majestic

Edina – A lovely and prosperous friend, they are good people

Edingu – Famous ruler, one who is ardent and efficient

Edlin – Wealthy friend

Edlyn – One who is like a rich waterfall

Edmon – A guardian, they are having a protective nature

Edmond – A very efficient and happy protector

Edmonde – A protector, one who protects and is a saviour

Edmondo – A highly successful and productive being

Edo – Guardian of wealth

Edolf – One who is of Good nature and responsible

Edsel – Edsel as a boy’s name is pronounced ED-sul. It is of Old German origin, and the meaning of Edsel is ‘noble’. Mythology: from the name Etzel, from Adal.

Eduard – German form of Latin Eduardus, meaning ‘guardian of prosperity.’

Edvinas – A kind and rich friend

Edward – Wealthy guardian

Edwin – Prosperous friend

Edwyn – Prosperous friend

Edzard – Frisian form of German Eckhard, meaning ‘strong edge.’

Eg – Sword

Egbert – Bright sword

Egbricht – Bright sword

Egelbert – A bright light of God

Eggen – Patronymic from Egge, meaning ridge or edge.

Eggert – Low German form of German Eckhard, meaning ‘strong edge.’

Eginard – Eginard is a boy’s name meaning ‘hard edge of a sword’ that is derived from the Old German name Eginhard.

Eginhard – Eginhard as a boy’s name is of Old German origin, and the meaning of Eginhard is ‘hard edge of a sword’.

Eginhardt – Eginhardt is a boy’s name meaning ‘hard edge of a sword’ that is derived from the Old German name Eginhard.

Egmond – Egmond as a boy’s name is of French and German origin, and the meaning of Egmond is ‘fearsome protection’.

Egmont – Egmont as a boy’s name is of French and German origin, and the meaning of Egmont is ‘fearsome protection’.

Egon – Strong with a sword

Egon – Egon as a boy’s name is of Old German origin, and the meaning of Egon is ‘edge of a sword’.

Ehren – A honourable and kind hearted individual

Ehrhard – Honour, brave

Eilert – Frisian and Scandinavian form of German Eckhard, meaning ‘strong edge.’

Einhard – Einhard is a boy’s name meaning ‘hard edge of a sword’ that is derived from the Old German name Eginhard.

Einhardt – Einhardt is a boy’s name meaning ‘hard edge of a sword’ that is derived from the Old German name Eginhard.

Eino – One who lives on the point of a sword

Ekerd – A sacred individual, God loving

Ekhard – A man who is lovely and passionate

Ekkehard – Ekkehard is a boy’s name meaning ‘brave edge or point’ that is related to the Old German name Eckhard.

Ekkehardt – Ekkehardt is a boy’s name meaning ‘brave edge or point’ that is related to the Old German name Eckhard.

Elbert – A bright and famous person, noble

Elbrecht – Elbrecht as a boy’s name is of Old German origin meaning ‘noble, bright, and famous’.

Eldin – Eldin as a boy’s name is of Old English origin meaning ‘old friend’.

Eldis – Eldis as a boy’s name is of Old German origin meaning ‘old’.

Eldous – Eldous as a boy’s name is of Old German origin meaning ‘old’.

Eldredge – Eldredge as a boy’s name is of German origin, and the meaning of Eldredge is ‘sage ruler’.

Eldrege – Eldrege as a boy’s name is of German origin, and the meaning of Eldrege is ‘sage ruler’.

Eldric – Variant spelling of German Aldrick, meaning ‘old ruler, long time ruler.’

Eldrich – Eldrich as a boy’s name is of Old English origin meaning ‘old or sage ruler’.

Eldrick – Eldrick as a boy’s name is of German origin meaning ‘sage ruler’.

Eldridge – Eldridge as a boy’s name is of German origin, and the meaning of Eldridge is ‘sage ruler’.

Eldrige – Eldrige as a boy’s name is of German origin meaning ‘sage ruler’.

Elias – One who believes Yahweh is the Lord

Elisha – Elisha as a girl’s name (also used as a boy’s name), is related to the Old German name Alicia. The meaning of Elisha is ‘noble’.

Elissa – They are Eliss’s son, strong and mighty

Ella – Need more proof that Ella may become the next Emma? George and Amal Clooney named their daughter Ella in 2017. Ella is effortless and timeless in her appeal. Her namesakes are groundbreaking and include jazz singer Ella Fitzgerald, African-American civil rights activist Ella Baker and English singer Ella Eyre. Parents may find more inspiration in Newberry Award–winning fairy tale Ella Enchanted (with a movie adaptation starring Anne Hathaway) and Ella the Elephant, a children’s book and animated TV series.

Ellard – Ellard as a boy’s name is of Old German origin, and the meaning of Ellard is ‘noble and courageous’.

Elldrich – Variant form of German Aldrick, meaning ‘old ruler, long time ruler.’

Eller – A cheerful person who lives near an Alder tree

Ellery – one who lives near the elder tree

Ellis – Meaning ‘benevlent,’ Ellis has generally been a boy’s name but is gaining steam as a girl’s name as well.

Ellma – Noble, famous

Elman – Elm, a compassionate and loving person

Elmar – Noble, famous

Elmer – The riverbank where elm trees grow

Elmo – Protector

Elonso – Fit for battle

Eloy – Chosen one

Elrick – Wise king

Elsinger – Probably a derivative of Elsing.

Elterman – Elterman as a boy’s name is of Old German origin meaning ‘old man’.

Eltermann – Eltermann as a boy’s name is of Old German origin meaning ‘old man’.

Eltman – Eltman as a boy’s name is of Old German origin meaning ‘old man’.

Eluard – this means someone who is from a place located at a height and has grace.

Elwald – this name means an old man who is from Wales.

Ely – Uplifted or ascent

Elys – this means a famour fighter or Jehovah is my God.

Emberto – Of great acclaim

Emelie – industrious

Emeri – this is a name for someone who is thought to have brave powers.

Emeric – Altered form of German Almeric, meaning ‘work-power.’

Emerick – Variant spelling of German Emeric, meaning ‘work-power.’

Emerico – The power of work.

Emerson – this name is often used for describing a strong and powerful leader who is extremely brave.

Emery – Industrious

Emery – a hardworking, brave and powerful ruler was used to be called by this name.

Emest – Serious

Emest – it has meanings like serious, being determined or a feeling of earnest or great vigour.

Emet – this means whole or universal truth.

Emett – Whole, universal

Emil

Emil – German and Scandinavian name derived from Latin ?milius, meaning ‘rival.’ In use by the English.

Emmerich – German variation of Emery, origin meaning industrious’.

Emmerson – one who is brave and powerful.

Emmersyn – this name signifies someone who is powerful and brave at heart.

Emmery – a leader of the household.

Emmet – Encompassing the world, wants to be a part of everything.

Emmete – someone who has great strength and is hugely powerful.

Emmett – Emmett means worldy, the entire thing, all the pieces of the puzzle.

Emmit – Spelling variant of Emmet which is a masculine form of Emma meaning strength and powerful.

Emmitt – Variant of Emmett, the name means worldly, the entire thing, all the pieces of the puzzle.

Emmo – German variation of Emery, origin meaning industrious’.

Emo – Serious

Emo – this name means serious.

Emond – this means someone who is the protector.

Emory – brave, powerful, industrious leader.

Empa – a leader of the people derived from the word emperor.

Emps – derived from the word emperor this name means a commander.

Ems – the whole universe.

Emst – Serious

Enan – Derived from the Germanic name Enno meaning meaning ‘edge of a sword, fear’ .

Enando – bold venture.

Engel – Angel

Engel – Short form of longer Germanic names containing the word engel, meaning ‘angel.’ Though the word engel is the German word for the heavenly being, there are two other words which have often been confused with it so that names containing such words are difficult to translate. The first, Ingal is an extended form of Ing, the name of the Old Norse fertility god. The second, Angel is the Old English spelling for ‘Angle,’ the name of the Germanic tribe of the Jutland peninsula who invaded eastern and northern Britain in the 5th-6th centuries and gave their name to England. To further complicate matters, angel is also the Old English word for ‘angle,’ which has fishing connotations in both English and German.

Engelard – brave and illuminating like light.

Engelbert – Old German name probably composed of the elements engel ‘angel’ (but see Engel) and berht ‘bright, famous,’ hence ‘bright angel.’

Engelbricht – Bright fighter

Engelram – Old Norman Germanic name composed of the elements Engel (a variant form of Ingal, an extended form of Ing) and hramn, ‘raven,’ hence ‘Ing’s raven.’

Englbehrt – Bright angel

Englebert – Variant spelling of German Engelbert, meaning ‘bright angel.’ But see Engel.

Enno – Enno as a boy’s name is of Old German origin, and the meaning of Enno is ‘hard edge of a sword’.

Eno – a person who is extremely strong with a sword.

Enric – Home ruler

Enrico – Enrico is the Italian form of the English name Henry and it means ‘house owner’ or ‘rules the home’.

Enrikos – Enrikos as a boy’s name is of Old German origin, and the meaning of Enrikos is ‘home ruler’.

Enrique – Enrique is the Spanish name for the English Henry. It means ‘house owner’ or ‘lord of the manor’.

Enzo – it means someone who rules a estate or a house.

Eorcenbehrt – a prince riding on a stallion.

Eorcna – someone who rides a stallion.

Eorconbeald – a mounted stallion.

Eorconbehrt – a German word for a mounted stallion.

Eorcongota – a German word meaning horse or a stallion.

Eorconweald – an Anglo-Saxon word for a mounted stallion.

Erardo – Respectable and courageous

Erberto – Erberto as a boy’s name of Old German origin, and the meaning of Erberto is ‘illustrious warrior’.

Ercanbald – Old German name composed of the elements ercan ‘genuine’ and bald ‘bold,’ hence ‘genuine courage.’

Erchanbold – sacred or bold.

Erchanhardt – a German word meaning sacred and pious.

Erchebald – a German word which means something which is sacred and pious in essence and form.

Erchembaut – a German word meaning sacrosanct.

Erdmann – Altered form of German Hartmann, meaning ‘strong-man,’ however in the 17th century the first element of the name became associated with German Erde ‘earth’ giving it the meaning ‘earth-man.’

Erdmut – Altered form of German Hartmut, meaning ‘strong-spirited.’

Erdmuth – Variant spelling of German Erdmut, meaning ‘strong-spirited.’

Erhard – German name composed of the elements era ‘honor’ and hard ‘brave, hardy, strong,’ hence ‘honor-strong.’

Erhardt – Erhardt as a boy’s name is of Old German origin, and the meaning of Erhardt is ‘strong resolve’.

Erhart – Erhart as a boy’s name is of Old German origin, and the meaning of Erhart is ‘strong resolve’.

Erich – German form of Old Norse Eirikr, meaning ‘ever-ruler.’

Erik – Form of ERIC. ever-powerful

Erisman – An honorable man.

Erkerd – sacred or pios or sacrosanct.

Erl – a warrior or nobleman.

Erland – a leader.

Erman – whole, immense or universal or army man.

Ermanno – Ermanno as a boy’s name is of Old German origin, and the meaning of Ermanno is ‘soldier’.

Ermano – Ermano as a boy’s name is of Old German origin meaning ‘soldier’.

Ermengild – immense treasure.

Ern – Earnest, Serious

Ernest – Of Germanic origin, derived from the element ‘eornost’ meaning ‘serious’ or ‘battle to the death’, grew in popularity following Oscar Wilde’s ‘The Importance of Being Earnest’

Ernesto – Ernesto as a boy’s name is of Old German origin, and the meaning of Ernesto is ‘serious or battle to the death’.

Ernestus – Ernestus as a boy’s name is of Old German origin, and the meaning of Ernestus is ‘serious or battle to the death’.

Ernie – Meaning ‘earnest’ or ‘serious’, it is derived from the original name Ernest (French, English and Slavic use).

Erno – Erno as a boy’s name is of Old German origin meaning ‘serious or determined’.

Ernst – Ernst as a boy’s name is of Old German origin, and the meaning of Ernst is ‘serious or battle to the death’.

Ernulf – a Christianity religious figure of historical period.

Ernust – Old German name derived from the vocabulary word eornost, meaning ‘battle (to the death), serious business.’

Ernwyd – a fictional character who is a Hobbit.

Errol – Nobleman, based on the English aristrocratic title of Earl

Errol – Wanderer

Erroll – Nobleman, based on the English aristrocratic title of Earl

Erroll – Wanderer

Erryn – it means exalted or strong.

Erth – a German word for earth.

Ervins – Noble or boar friend

Ervyn – a word which means someone who is a beautiful friend.

Erwin – German name composed of the elements era ‘honor, respect’ and win ‘friend,’ hence ‘honor friend.’ Compare with another form of Erwin.

Escher – a German name for someone who lived near an ash tree or grove.

Ethelard – a German mascuilinized word which means noble.

Ethelbert – Noble and bright

Ethelheard – someone who is noble by blood but also extremely strong.

Etwald – a German word meaning star.

Etzel – Medieval German name, probably derived from Teutonic Atta, meaning ‘father.’ In Germanic legend (the Nibelungenlied), this was the German name for Attila the Hun.

Eudes – Wealth or riches

Eugen – German, Romanian and Swiss form of Greek Eugenios, meaning ‘well born.’

Eugered – a German word meaning nobility or high born.

Eugeret – a word which means someone who is a high born or a nobility.

Evelyn – Longed for

Everard – Brave boar, variant of Eberhard

Everard – Strong as a wild boar

Everardo – Courageous like a boar

Everest – Courageous like a boar

Everet – Brave boar

Everett – somebody who is very brave like a wild boar.

Everhard – Courageous like a boar

Everhardt – Everhardt is a boy’s name meaning ‘brave, strong boar’ that comes from the Old German and Old English name Eberhard.

Everret – Brave boar

Everrett – Brave boar

Evers – son of Evert.

Evert – The name Evert is a boy’s name of German, Swedish origin meaning ‘brave boar’.

Everten – a German word for a wild boar or someone as strong as a bear.

Everton – a Norwegian word meaning wild boar.

Evrard – Evrard is a boy’s name meaning ‘brave, strong boar’ that is related to three names: the Old German and Old English name Eberhard and the Old English names Everard and Everett.

Evraud – He who has the strenght of a boar

Evreux – Evreux is a boy’s name meaning ‘brave, strong boar’ that comes from the Old German and Old English name Eberhard.

Ewald – German name composed of the elements eo ‘law’ and wald ‘power, ruler’ hence ‘law power.’

Eward – Strong as a boar

Ewart – Strong as a boar

German boy names starting with F

Faber – German variation of Fabian, origin meaning bean grower’, ‘bean grower’.

Factor – The name Factor is a boy’s name of German origin meaning ‘agent’.

Fadri – One who rules in peace

Fahrni – A variant of Farni, a topographic name for someone living in an area with ferns.

Falk – Surname relating to falconry.

Falk – Falconer

Falke – Surname relating to falconry.

Falke – German surname relating to falcon

Falken – Surname related to falconry

Falkner – One who trains falcons

Faramond – Later spelling of Old High German Faramund, meaning ‘journey protection.’

Faramund – German name composed of the elements fara ‘journey’ and mund ‘protection,’ hence ‘journey protection.’

Faramundo – The one who travels with protection and shelter.

Faron – Adventurous, pharoh, pilferer

Farran – Adventurous, pilferer, the land

Fassnacht – Dervied from the word Fastnacht, meaning ‘Shrovetide carnival’

Fastred – Germanic name composed of the elements fast ‘firm’ and rad ‘counsel,’ hence ‘firm counsel.’

Faxon – A man with a long hair

Faydor – Faydor as a boy’s name is of German origin, and the meaning of Faydor is ‘gift from God’.

Fedde – Pet form of Frisian Freddercke, meaning ‘peaceful ruler.’ Also used as a pet form of other Frisian names beginning with frid, meaning ‘peace.’

Federico – The Latinate version of the name Frederick, meaning ‘Peaceful ruler’.

Federigo – Federigo as a boy’s name is of Old German origin, and the meaning of Federigo is ‘peaceful ruler’.

Fedor – Fedor as a boy’s name is of German origin. Variant of Theodore (Greek) ‘gift from God’.

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

Felix – A man who is blessed with good fortune, luck and success

Ferd – Ferd as a boy’s name is of Old German origin, and the meaning of Ferd is ‘bold voyager’.

Ferdi – Prepared to journey

Ferdie – Ferdie as a boy’s name is of Old German origin, and the meaning of Ferdie is ‘bold voyager’.

Ferdinand – Ferdinand as a boy’s name is of Old German origin, and the meaning of Ferdinand is ‘bold voyager’.

Ferdinando – Ferdinando as a boy’s name is of Old German origin, and the meaning of Ferdinando is ‘bold voyager’.

Ferdo – Ferdo as a boy’s name is of Old German origin, and the meaning of Ferdo is ‘bold voyager’.

Ferdy – Prepared to journey

Ferdynand – Ferdynand as a boy’s name is of Old German origin, and the meaning of Ferdynand is ‘bold voyager’.

Feren – Prepared to journey

Fernan – Prepared to journey

Fernand – A traveler blessed with bravery

Fernandas – Fernandas as a boy’s name is of Old German origin, and the meaning of Fernandas is ‘bold voyager’.

Fernando – Brave yet peaceful

Fernao – Brave yet peaceful

Ferran – Prepared to journey

Ferrao – A man who is ardent for peace.

Fessler – Occupational name for a cooper.

Fester – Low German pet form of Latin Silvester, meaning ‘from the forest.’

Filabert – Medieval German name composed of the elements fila ‘much’ and berht ‘bright, famous,’ hence ‘very bright.’

Filbert – Filbert as a boy’s name is of Old German origin, and the meaning of Filbert is ‘very bright’.

Filberte – Filberte as a boy’s name is of Old German origin, and the meaning of Filberte is ‘very bright’.

Filberto – Filberto as a boy’s name is of Old German origin, and the meaning of Filberto is ‘very bright’.

Filibert – Very bright

Fillip – A person who greatly loves horses

Fillmore – Famous

Finja – Fair, pale or white (Derived from Irish name Finn)

Fiona – White or fair (latinised version of fionna)

Fitz – Son or male descendant

Fitzgerald – Fitzgerald as a boy’s name is of Old French and Old German origin, and the meaning of Fitzgerald is ‘son of the spear-ruler’.

Fitzhugh – Fitzhugh as a boy’s name is of Old French and Old German origin, and the meaning of Fitzhugh is ‘son of intelligence’.

Flak – Till End, Gut, means Swampy Grasslands

Fletch – Arrow maker

Flora – Derived from the Latin word Flo,it means a flower, Roman goddess of Spring

Florenz – German form of Latin Florentius, meaning ‘blossoming.’

Florian

Folker – Army of people, warrior

Fons – Fons as a boy’s name is of Old German origin meaning ‘ready for battle’.

Fonsie – Noble and eager

Fonso – The name Fonso is a boy’s name of German origin, meaning noble, ready’.

Fonz – Someone who us diligent and prepared for a battle, derivative of ‘Alfonso’

Fonzell – Abbreviation of Alfonso.

Fonzell – A varied form of ‘Alfonso’, it means noble and battle-ready

Fonzie – Abbreviation of Alfonso.

Fonzie – A version of the name ‘Alfonso’, it represents an honorable and ready for a fight

Fonzo – A abbreviated form of ‘Alfonso’ which means all equipped for a battle

Fonzy – Originating from the word ‘Alfonso’ it represents someone who is honor-worthy and fight-ready

Forest – wood-dweller

Franck – Derived from the German word ‘Frank’, it refers to a Frank or a Frenchman

Franco – Obtained from German word ‘Frank’ it refers to a man of French origin

Franek – Derived from the German name ‘Frank’, it refers to a person who is free or is from France

Frank – To be honest, it’s not surprising that Frank has taken a nosedive in popularity. Except for singer Frank Ocean and when Michael Buble introduces a Frank Sinatra cover, you don’t hear many mentions of the name these days. But that could change if parents get tired of other monosyllabic, oldie names, like Sam and Jack, and want a friendly and unpretentious name instead. Frank was derived from a type of spear used by Germanic tribes in medieval times, which means this name is sharp.

Franke – Variant of ‘Frank’,which means a free Frenchman

Franken – German variation of Francis, origin meaning Frenchman or free man’.

Franki – Altered from ‘Frank’, it refers to a man of French origin

Frankie – Modified from the name ‘Frank’, the name means a Frank or Frenchman who is free

Franklin – A variant of the name Frank meaning ‘Frenchman’ or ‘Free one’.

Frants – Variant of name ‘Francis’, it refers to a free French person

Frantz – Alternant of the word ‘Francis’, meaning a man of French origin who is a free individual

Franz – German form of Frank

Franz – The name Franz is a boy’s name of German origin meaning ‘Frenchman or free man’.

Franzen – Derived from ‘Franciscus’ it refers to a free man of French lineage

Franziskus – Alternant of Latin name ‘Franciscus’, it means a free Frenchman

Franzl – German variation of Francis, origin meaning Frenchman or free man’.

Fred – Fred as a boy’s name is of Old English and Old German origin meaning ‘elf or magical counsel or peaceful ruler’.

Fredd – Fredd as a boy’s name is of Old German origin, and the meaning of Fredd is ‘peaceful ruler’.

Freddercke – Frisian form of Old High German Frideric, meaning ‘peaceful ruler.’

Freddi – A short form of Frederick deriving from frithu and rik meaning ‘peace’ and ‘king, ruler’.

Freddie – Peaceful ruler, variant of Frederick

Freddie – Freddie as a boy’s name is of Old English and Old German origin meaning ‘elf or magical counsel or peaceful ruler’.

Freddy – Variant of Frederick peaceful ruler.)

Freddy – Freddy as a boy’s name is of Old English and Old German origin meaning ‘elf or magical counsel or peaceful ruler’.

Fredek – Fredek as a boy’s name is of Old German origin, and the meaning of Fredek is ‘peaceful ruler’.

Frederic – Refers to a peaceloving ruler, Made up of ‘frid’ meaning ‘peace’ and ‘ric’ meaning ruler in German

Frederich – English alternant of the German name ‘Friedrich’, it refers to a man who is a peace-maintaining ruler

Frederick – Peaceful ruler, Numerous royalty from Prussia, Germany, and the Holy Roman Empire have borne this name, including the thirteenth-century patron of the arts Frederick II of Germany, and the eighteenth-century Frederick II of Prussia who was known as Friedrich der Grosse (Frederick the Great).

Frederick – Frederick as a boy’s name is pronounced FRED-er-ik. It is of Old German origin, and the meaning of Frederick is ‘peaceful ruler’.

Frederico – A Portuguese version of the name ‘Frederick’, it refers to a peaceful ruler

Frederik – Frederik as a boy’s name is of Old German origin meaning ‘peaceful ruler’.

Frederyk – An alternate of ‘Frederick’ which means a ruler who maintains peacefulness

Fredi – Fredi as a boy’s name is of Old German origin, and the meaning of Fredi is ‘peaceful ruler’.

Fredie – Derived from the name Frederick (English), meaning ‘desiring peace’ and ‘peaceful ruler’.

Fredo – Italian diminutive of ‘Frederick’ meaning a peace’keeping ruler

Fredric – Fredric as a boy’s name is of Old German origin meaning ‘peaceful ruler’.

Fredrick – Fredrick as a boy’s name is of Old German origin meaning ‘peaceful ruler’.

Fredrik – Fredrik as a boy’s name is of Old German origin meaning ‘peaceful ruler’.

Fredy – An altered diminutive of ‘Frederick’, it means a peaceful king

Freed – Freed as a boy’s name is of Old English and German origin, and the meaning of Freed is ‘free, peace’.

Freedman – The name refers to a man who is free and unbound, Derived from German ‘Friedman’

Freek – Calm monarch

Freidrich – German variation of Frederick, origin meaning peaceful ruler’.

Fremi – A protector, noble and a guardian

Fremont – Fremont as a boy’s name is pronounced FREE-mont. It is of French and Old German origin, and the meaning of Fremont is ‘noble protector, protector of freedom’.

Frideric – Contracted form of Old High German Friedrich, meaning ‘peaceful ruler.’

Frideriki – A friend who is very honest in relationship.

Frido – Frido as a boy’s name is of Old German origin, and the meaning of Frido is ‘peaceful ruler’.

Fridolin – Peace ruler

Fridric – Contracted form of German Frideric, meaning ‘peaceful ruler.’

Fried – Fried as a boy’s name is of Old English and German origin, and the meaning of Fried is ‘free or peace’.

Friedel – Friedel as a boy’s name is of Old German origin, and the meaning of Friedel is ‘peaceful ruler’.

Friedelm – Friedelm as a boy’s name is of Old German origin, and the meaning of Friedelm is ‘peace helmet’.

Friedemann – German name composed of the elements frid ‘peace’ and man ‘man,’ hence ‘man of peace.’

Frieder – Peaceful ruler

Friederic – Variant spelling of Old High German Friedrich, meaning ‘peaceful ruler.’

Friederich – A peaceful ruler or king

Friedhelm – German name composed of the elements frid ‘peace’ and helm ‘helmet, protection,’ hence ‘peace protector.’

Friedhold – German name composed of the elements frid ‘peace’ and wald ‘rule, power,’ hence ‘peaceful ruler.’

Friedl – German variation of Jeffrey, origin meaning pledge of peace’.

Friedlieb – Peaceful ruler

Friedman – The one who lives peacefully.

Friedmann – One who lives peace and lives peacefully

Friedrich – Old High German name composed of the elements fridu ‘peace’ and rihhi ‘mighty, powerful,’ hence ‘peaceful ruler.’

Friedrick – Peaceful ruler

Friethjof – A peaceful ruler, one who rules peacefully

Frigyes – Calm monarch

Frimunt – Who caress for persons or property.

Frithebert – The brightness of Peace.

Frithegod – The God or The lord of Peace

Frithel – The one who love Peace

Fritheswith – One who is free and safe

Frithswith – One who enjoys freedom

Frithugar – A spear who protects and bring peace

Frithugyth – One who is able to bring peace

Frithuric – The king who rules his kingdom peacefully.

Frithuwald – One who is from a peaceful forest

Frits – Frits as a boy’s name is of Old German origin, and the meaning of Frits is ‘peaceful ruler’.

Fritz – German form of Frederick

Fritz – The name Fritz is a boy’s name of German origin meaning ‘peaceful ruler’.

Fritzchen – German variation of Frederick, origin meaning peaceful ruler’.

Fritzi – The emperor who ruling the nation peacefully.

Fritzl – Fritzl as a boy’s name is of Old German origin, and the meaning of Fritzl is ‘peaceful ruler’.

Fritzroy – The peaceful king of the nation.

Frod – Refers to intelligent and prudent.

Froda – A sensible and careful person

Frodo – Enlightened by life’s experience

Fryderyk – A peace lover King or ruler

Fuhrman – Fuhrman as a boy’s name is of German origin, and the meaning of Fuhrman is ‘ferryman’.

Fuhrmann – Fuhrmann as a boy’s name is of German origin, and the meaning of Fuhrmann is ‘ferryman’.

Fulbert – Fulbert as a boy’s name is of Old German origin, and the meaning of Fulbert is ‘very bright’.

Fulbright – The name Fulbright is a boy’s name of German origin meaning ‘the descendents of Fulbeorht, bright people’.

Fulco – Old German equivalent of Old Norse Folki, meaning ‘people, tribe.’

Fulhert – Very positive or upbeat.

Fulk – The people or chieftain

Funs – Noble and prepared

Funske – Noble and prepared

Fur – The fire, one who worked with fire

Furman – Furman as a boy’s name is of German origin, and the meaning of Furman is ‘ferryman’.

Furmann – Furmann as a boy’s name is of German origin, and the meaning of Furmann is ‘ferryman’.

Fynn – The name Fynn is a boy’s name of German, Irish origin meaning ‘bright, fair’.

Fyodor – Powerful ruler of the people

German boy names starting with G

Gabriele – God has given me great power.

Gaincarlo – Free man

Gairovald – Old High German name composed of the elements ger ‘spear’ and wald ‘rule, power,’ hence ‘spear ruler.’

Galfridus – One who spreads peace, God

Galtero – Galtero as a boy’s name is of Teutonic origin meaning ‘strong ruler’.

Gamhard – Old German name composed of the elements gaman ‘joy’ and hard ‘hardy, strong,’ hence ‘happy and healthy.’

Gandalf – Elf’s wand

Gandolf – Elf’s wand

Gandulf – Elf’s wand

Gannet – Gannet as a boy’s name is of Old German origin, and the meaning of Gannet is ‘goose’.

Gannett – Gannett as a boy’s name is of Old German origin meaning ‘goose’.

Garald – The commander who rules the troop with a spear.

Garan – Guards or guardian

Garen – Mighty with a spear

Garet – A person who is firm with a spear.

Garett – Ruler of the spear

Garey – Mighty with a spear

Garin – Mighty with a spear

Garion – Mighty with a spear

Garis – A topographic name for ditch

Garison – Ruler of the spear

Garit – A person who always with a spear.

Garmann – Garmann as a boy’s name is of Old English origin meaning ‘spearman’.

Garold – A ruler who controls the army with a spear

Garon – Mighty with a spear

Garreck – A very long ponted rod used as a tool or weapon, spear.

Garren – Mighty with a spear

Garrett – Garrett came about from two first names, Gerard and Gerald, which were created during the Dark Ages. Those were economic hard times, so to foster a sense of well-being, names that seemed powerful were popular. Gerard, for example, has the prefix “gari,” which means ‘spear,’ and the suffix “hard,” which implies bravery. Parents of future sports stars apparently liked the name a lot: Garrett Richards plays for the Los Angeles Angels, and Garrett Hartley most recently played for the Pittsburgh Steelers. Is this baby name a home run for you?

Garrey – Mighty with a spear

Garrick – Ruler with spear

Garrik – The one who is expert in javelin throw.

Garrin – Mighty with a spear

Garrison – Spear fortified town

Garrit – Frisian form of Old High German Gerhard, meaning ‘spear strong.’

Garritt – Ruler of the spear

Garrman – Garrman as a boy’s name is of Old English origin, and the meaning of Garrman is ‘spearman’.

Garron – Mighty with a spear

Garry – Form of GARRET. To Watch

Garryson – Ruler of the spear

Garrytt – Ruler of the spear

Garson – Spear fortified town

Garven – Variant of Gerwin (Very close one to spear)

Garvyn – Close mate who is in the midst of problems and difficulties.

Gary – Mighty with a spear

Garyn – Warrior

Garyson – Ruler of the spear

Garyt – Ruler of the spear

Gaston – Guest, stranger

Gatien – Refers to greeting or receiving.

Gatsby – The name Gatsby is a boy’s name of German origin.

Gaufrid – Medieval German name composed of the elements gawia ‘territory’ and fried ‘peace,’ hence ‘territory-peace.’

Gaulterio – The head of the military.

Gaultier – Gaultier as a boy’s name is of Teutonic and Old German origin, and the meaning of Gaultier is ‘strong ruler or commander of the army’.

Gautelen – Old High German name derived from the name of a Germanic tribe, Gautzelin, meaning ‘Gaut.’

Gauthier – Gauthier as a boy’s name is of Teutonic origin, and the meaning of Gauthier is ‘strong ruler’.

Gautier – Gautier as a boy’s name is of Teutonic and Old German origin, and the meaning of Gautier is ‘strong ruler or commander of the army’.

Gearalt – Gearalt as a boy’s name is of Old German origin, and the meaning of Gearalt is ‘spear ruler’.

Geary – Fickle, spear

Gebbert – Low German form of Old High German Gebhard, meaning ‘gift of strength.’

Gebhard – Old High German name composed of the elements geb/gib ‘gift’ and hard ‘brave, hardy, strong,’ hence ‘gift of strength.’

Gedel – A good God

Geff – Peace

Geffrey – Peace

Gehrig – The spear of the people

Geiger – The one who plays violin very well.

Gellan – In German it refers to the one who yells. In Yiddish it means the yellow colour

Gelle – To yell or yellow color

Gellert – Strong like a spear

Gemino – Gemino is not a popular boy’s name.

Geofa – The monarch who is peacefully ruling the country

Geoff – Geoff is a boy’s name and a variant of Geoffrey and the Old German name Jeffrey.

Geoffery – The pleasant and passive monarch or emperor.

Geoffraie – The peaceful monarch of the country

Geoffrey – Geoffrey as a boy’s name is pronounced JEF-ree. Variant of Jeffrey (Old German), probably meaning ‘peace’. G

Geoffroi – Geoffroi as a boy’s name is of Old German origin, and the meaning of Geoffroi is ‘peace’.

Geoffroy – Geoffroy as a boy’s name is of Old German origin, and the meaning of Geoffroy is ‘peace’.

Geoffry – Geoffry as a boy’s name is of Old German origin, and the meaning of Geoffry is ‘peace’.

Geofrey – Geofrey as a boy’s name is of Old German origin, and the meaning of Geofrey is ‘peace’.

Geofry – Geofry as a boy’s name is of Old German origin, and the meaning of Geofry is ‘peace’.

Geomar – The person who is well known in the battle field.

Geordan – Geordan is not a popular boy’s name.

Georg – Czech and German form of Latin Georgius, meaning ‘earth-worker, farmer.’

Ger – The spear to hunt or kill

Gerald – Rules by the spear

Gerald – Gerald as a boy’s name is pronounced JARE-ald. It is of Old German origin, and the meaning of Gerald is ‘spear ruler’.

Geralde – Geralde as a boy’s name is of Old German origin, and the meaning of Geralde is ‘spear ruler’.

Geraldo – Geraldo as a boy’s name is of Old German origin, and the meaning of Geraldo is ‘spear ruler’.

Gerard – Spear strength, brave with a spear, introduced to England through the Norman conquest, Gerard has remained popular since the Middle Ages.

Gerard – Strong like a spear

Gerardo – Gerardo means courageous with a spear, valiant.

Geraud – Geraud as a boy’s name is of Old German and Old English origin, and the meaning of Geraud is ‘spear ruler or spear brave’.

Gerd – Contracted form of Old High German Gerhard, meaning ‘spear strong.’

Gerdt – One who is bold in handling spear.

Gere – Gere as a boy’s name is of Old German origin, and the meaning of Gere is ‘spear ruler’.

Gerek – Gerek as a boy’s name is of Old German origin, and the meaning of Gerek is ‘spear ruler’.

Gereke – Person who leads with the spear.

Gereon – German name derived from the Greek word geon, meaning ‘old man.’

Gerfried – German name composed of the elements ger ‘spear’ and frid ‘peace,’ hence ‘spear-peace.’

Gerhard – Gerhard as a boy’s name is of Old English and Old German origin, and the meaning of Gerhard is ‘spear-hard, spear brave, or spear ruler’.

Gerhardt – Variant spelling of Old High German Gerhard, meaning ‘spear strong.’

Gerhart – Variant spelling of Old High German Gerhard, meaning ‘spear strong.’

Gerhold – A derivative of Old High German Gairovald, meaning ‘spear ruler.’

Gerik – Gerik as a boy’s name is of Old German origin, and the meaning of Gerik is ‘spear ruler’.

Gerlach – German name composed of the elements geri/gari ‘spear’ and laic ‘play, sport,’ hence ‘spear-play.’ In use by the Dutch.

Gerno – Gerno is not a popular boy’s name.

Gernot – German name composed of the elements ger ‘spear’ and hnod ‘crush’ or not ‘need, want.’

Gerold – Gerold as a boy’s name is of Old German origin, and the meaning of Gerold is ‘spear ruler’.

Gerolld – Gerolld as a boy’s name is of Old German origin, and the meaning of Gerolld is ‘spear ruler’.

Gerollt – Gerollt as a boy’s name is of Old German origin, and the meaning of Gerollt is ‘spear ruler’.

Gerolt – Gerolt as a boy’s name is of Old German origin, and the meaning of Gerolt is ‘spear ruler’.

Geron – The person who protects.

Gerrald – Gerrald as a boy’s name is of Old German origin, and the meaning of Gerrald is ‘spear ruler’.

Gerran – A guard or a guardian of a person

Gerrard – Gerrard as a boy’s name is of Old German and Old English origin, and the meaning of Gerrard is ‘spear ruler or spear brave’.

Gerrell – Gerrell as a boy’s name is of Old German origin meaning ‘spear ruler’.

Gerrild – Gerrild as a boy’s name is of Old German origin, and the meaning of Gerrild is ‘spear ruler’.

Gerrit – Low German form of Old High German Gerhard, meaning ‘spear strong.’

Gerrold – Gerrold as a boy’s name is of Old German origin, and the meaning of Gerrold is ‘spear ruler’.

Gerry – The name Gerry is more commonly used as a pet name for more traditional names but it can also be used independently. It means ‘brave’ and ‘ruling spear’.

Gert – Contracted form of Old High German Gerhardt, meaning ‘spear strong.’

Gertjan – Gertjan is not a popular boy’s name.

Gertrud – Who holds a spear for hunting

Gervais – Gervais as a boy’s name is of Old German origin, and the meaning of Gervais is ‘spear’.

Gervaise – Gervaise as a boy’s name is of Old German origin, and the meaning of Gervaise is ‘spear’.

Gervas – Old German name composed of the elements ger ‘spear’ and vass ‘servant,’ hence ‘spear-servant.’

Gervase – Gervase as a boy’s name is of Old German origin. Possibly means ‘with honor’ or may be derived from ‘gar’ for ‘spear’.

Gervasio – Gervasio as a boy’s name is of Old German origin, and the meaning of Gervasio is ‘spear’.

Gervasius – Gervasius as a boy’s name is of Old German origin, and the meaning of Gervasius is ‘spear’.

Gervaso – Gervaso as a boy’s name is of Old German origin, and the meaning of Gervaso is ‘spear’.

Gervayse – Gervayse as a boy’s name is of Old German origin, and the meaning of Gervayse is ‘spear’.

Gerwazy – Gerwazy as a boy’s name is of Old German origin, and the meaning of Gerwazy is ‘spear’.

Gerwin – Spear and friend

Gerwulf – German name composed of the elements ger ‘spear’ and wulf ‘wolf,’ hence ‘spear-wolf.’

Geryld – Geryld as a boy’s name is of Old German origin, and the meaning of Geryld is ‘spear ruler’.

Geuecok – A brave soldier from the battlefield

Gevehard – Variant spelling of German Gebhard, meaning ‘gift of strength.’

Gherman – A man of the army

Ghislain – Oath or pledge

Gib – Bright pledge

Gibbon – A friend with a gift

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.

Gibson – Brilliant young man

Gijsbert – The name Gijsbert is a male name of German and Dutch origin and means Bright Pledge.

Gil – Bright young man

Gilbert – Trusted oath

Gilbert – The name Gilbert is a boy’s name of German origin meaning ‘shining pledge’.

Gilberto – Bright young man

Gilburt – The name Gilburt means Bright Promise. It is a male name of Old German and Old French origin.

Gildardo – The meaning of the name Gildardo is God. It is a male name of Germanic origin, but is also used in Spanish speaking countries.

Gilen – Gilen is a male name of Germanic French origin. The name Gilen means Hostage, Vow.

Gilfred – Oath of peace

Giliam – Protective head gear

Gilleasbuig – Bold

Gilleasbuig – Bold

Gillermo – Gillermo as a boy’s name is of Old German origin, and the meaning of Gillermo is ‘will helmet or protection’.

Gilman – Gilman is a male name of Gaelic and Germanic origin. In Germanic the name means Promice, while its Gaelic meaning is Manservant.

Gino – Short for names ending with GINO

Giomar – Germanic – Famous in Battle, A variant name of Geomar.

Giotto – Giotto as a boy’s name is of Old German origin, and the meaning of Giotto is ‘God-peace’.

Gipe – Gipe means Dirt of Grime, comes from old Germanic

Giraldo – Giraldo as a boy’s name is of Old German origin, and the meaning of Giraldo is ‘spear ruler’.

Girard – Girard means Brave with the Spear.

Girardus – Girardus means Firm Spear and comes from Old German.

Giraud – Giraud as a boy’s name is of Old German and Old English origin, and the meaning of Giraud is ‘spear ruler or spear brave’.

Girauld – Girauld as a boy’s name is of Old German origin, and the meaning of Girauld is ‘spear ruler’.

Girault – Girault as a boy’s name is of Old German and Old English origin, and the meaning of Girault is ‘spear ruler or spear brave’.

Gisbert – The noble shiny one

Giselbert – German variation of Gilbert, origin meaning shining pledge’.

Giselle – This charming name is pronounced JIZ-elle and comes from the German word “gisil,” which unfortunately means ‘hostage, pledge.’ (There was a medieval practice where children were given away as pledges to foreign courts.) It became a favorite name in France during the Middle Ages but didn’t click in English-speaking countries until the 20th century. The French ballet “Giselle” introduced the name to parents in 1841. A lovely representative is the Brazilian supermodel Giselle Bundchen.

Gisfrid – Medieval German name composed of the elements gisel ‘pledge’ and fried ‘peace,’ hence ‘pledge of peace.’

Gisil – Old German name derived from the word gisel/gisil, meaning ‘pledge, hostage, noble offspring.’

Gisilbert – Old High German name composed of the elements gisel ‘pledge, hostage’ and beraht ‘bright, famous,’ hence ‘pledge-bright.’

Gistin – The name Gistin means Just.

Gjord – Peaceful and good

Gjurd – Peaceful and good

Godafrid – Variant spelling of Old High German Gottfried, meaning ‘God’s peace.’

Godard – Godard as a boy’s name is of Old German origin, and the meaning of Godard is ‘God-hard’.

Godart – Godart as a boy’s name is of Old German origin, and the meaning of Godart is ‘God-hard’.

Godbert – Godbert is an unusuall surname of old ages. It means bright god.

Goddard – Goddard as a boy’s name is of Old German origin, and the meaning of Goddard is ‘God-hard’.

Goddart – Goddart as a boy’s name is of Old German origin, and the meaning of Goddart is ‘God-hard’.

Godefridus – a person who is living under the protection of the Great God.

Godefroi – Godefroi as a boy’s name is of Old German origin, and the meaning of Godefroi is ‘God-peace’.

Godehard – Old High German name composed of the elements guda ‘God’ and hard ‘brave, hardy, strong,’ hence ‘god-strong.’

Godeheard – A person who gets power and solidness from God as a gift.

Godfrey – Peace of God, from the Germanic name Gottfried

Godfrey – Godfrey as a boy’s name is pronounced GAHD-free. It is of Old German origin, and the meaning of Godfrey is ‘God-peace’.

Godfried – Peaceful and good

Godfry – Godfry as a boy’s name is of Old German origin, and the meaning of Godfry is ‘God-peace’.

Godhardt – Godhardt as a boy’s name is of Old German origin, and the meaning of Godhardt is ‘God-hard’.

Godhart – Godhart as a boy’s name is of Old German origin, and the meaning of Godhart is ‘God-hard’.

Godofredo – Godofredo as a boy’s name is of Old German origin, and the meaning of Godofredo is ‘God-peace’.

Godoired – Godoired is a variant of the name Godfrey and means God’s peaceful ruler.

Godtfred – Peaceful and good

Godyf – Gods peace

Goffredo – Goffredo as a boy’s name is of Old German origin, and the meaning of Goffredo is ‘God-peace’.

Gofraidh – Germanic – God’s peace, Peaceful ruler, Friend of God, A variant of Godfrey

Gofried – Peaceful god

Gofried – Peace of God from the Germanic words god which means god and the word frid which means peace.

Gomeric – Old German name, meaning ‘man-power.’

Gonzalo – Safe fight

Gosta – The meditation staff

Gothart – Gothart as a boy’s name is of Old German origin, and the meaning of Gothart is ‘God-hard’.

Gottfrid – Gottfrid as a boy’s name is of Old German origin, and the meaning of Gottfrid is ‘God-peace’.

Gottfried – Peace of God

Gottfried – Old High German equivalent of Old Norse Gu?fri?r, composed of the elements got ‘god’ and fridu ‘peace,’ hence ‘God’s peace.’

Gotthard – Gotthard as a boy’s name is of Old German origin, and the meaning of Gotthard is ‘God-hard’.

Gotthardt – Gotthardt as a boy’s name is of Old German origin, and the meaning of Gotthardt is ‘God-hard’.

Gotthart – Gotthart as a boy’s name is of Old German origin, and the meaning of Gotthart is ‘God-hard’.

Gotthilf – Old High German name composed of the elements got ‘God’ and helf/hilf ‘help,’ hence ‘god-help.’

Gotthold – Old High German name composed of the elements got ‘God’ and hold ‘lovely, splendid,’ hence ‘divine splendor.’

Gottlieb – Old High German name composed of the elements got ‘God’ and lieb ‘love,’ hence ‘god-love.’

Gottlob – Old High German name composed of the elements got ‘God’ and lob ‘praise,’ hence ‘god-praise.’

Gottschalk – Old High German name composed of the elements got ‘God’ and scalc ‘servant,’ hence ‘god-servant.’

Gotz – Pet form of German Gottfried, meaning ‘God’s peace.’

Govert – Idivine Peace, t is the Dutch Veriation of Godfred. The one who will live in peace and give peace to others, who will love and give love to all others.

Gozzo – Old German short form of names beginning with god ‘good’ or god/got ‘god.’

Graves – A steward

Gredorius – German variation of Gregory, origin meaning vigilant, a watchman’.

Gregor – Vigilant watchman

Grentel – They are self-made and focus on large issues of life.They build their foundation very strong

Gretel – Pearl

Grey – Grey is the short form of name Greysen. Grayson means the son of steward, guardian or wardun.

Grimbeald – Fierce in battle, a person who have ability to win the battle by his skills, power and agrassion.

Grimwold – A person who is a very intelligent ruler. Who rules with dignity and kindness.

Griswald – Griswald as a boy’s name is of Old French and German origin, and the meaning of Griswald is ‘gray woods’.

Griswold – Griswold as a boy’s name is of Old French and German origin, and the meaning of Griswold is ‘gray woods’.

Gualter – Army rule

Gualterio – Gualterio as a boy’s name is of Teutonic and Old German origin, and the meaning of Gualterio is ‘strong ruler or commander of the army’.

Gualtier – Germanic – To Rule, Army, Powerful Warrior, Form of Walter, Army General

Gualtiero – Gualtiero as a boy’s name is of Teutonic and Old German origin, and the meaning of Gualtiero is ‘strong ruler or commander of the army’.

Guenter – Guenter as a boy’s name is of German origin, and the meaning of Guenter is ‘battler or warrior’.

Guenther – Guenther as a boy’s name is of German origin, and the meaning of Guenther is ‘battler or warrior’.

Guglielmo – Guglielmo as a boy’s name is of Old German origin, and the meaning of Guglielmo is ‘will helmet or protection’.

Guido – Professional guide

Guilbert – Bright pledge

Guilherme – Guilherme as a boy’s name is of Old German origin, and the meaning of Guilherme is ‘will helmet or protection’.

Guillame – Germanic – Resolute Fighter, French equivalent of William.

Guillaume – Guillaume as a boy’s name is pronounced gee-OHM. It is of Old German origin, and the meaning of Guillaume is ‘will helmet, protection’.

Guillermo – Guillermo as a boy’s name is of Old German origin, and the meaning of Guillermo is ‘will helmet or protection’.

Guinn – Guinn means a person who is reliable for friendship. In simple words or a literal meaning of guinn is ‘Friend’

Gun – Gun as a boy’s name is of German origin, and the meaning of Gun is ‘battler or warrior’.

Gundulf – Wolf of War, from words ‘grund’? meaning war and ‘vulfus’? which means wolf.

Gunn – Gunn is a boy’s name meaning ‘battler’ or ‘warrior’ that comes from the German name Gunther.

Gunnar – Since the name means “battler” or “warrior,” it’s no surprise Gunnar has a macho personality. Pronounced GOO-nar, a Swedish word with German roots, Gunnar, according to Norse legend, ordered a hit on his best friend to please his wife, Brunhildr, herself a warrior. What a tough guy! Americans first took to this ancient name in the late 20th century, and it finally made the name charts in 1991.

Gunner – Variant of Gunther, the name means fighter, soldier.

Gunners – Gunners as a boy’s name is of German origin, and the meaning of Gunners is ‘battler or warrior’.

Guntar – Guntar as a boy’s name is of German origin, and the meaning of Guntar is ‘battler or warrior’.

Gunter – The name Gunter comes from the Germanic name Gundahar and means War, Army and Warrior. This was the name of a semi-legendary 5th-century Burgundian king.

Guntero – Guntero as a boy’s name is of German origin, and the meaning of Guntero is ‘battler or warrior’.

Gunthar – Gunthar is a variation of the Germanic name Gundahar. It is composed of two words: gund (war) and hari (army, warrior), hence the meaning The Warrior of the War.

Gunther – Battler, warrior.

Gunther – Gunther as a boy’s name is pronounced GUN-ther. It is of German origin, and the meaning of Gunther is ‘battler, warrior’.

Guntram – German name composed of the elements gund ‘war’ and hramn ‘raven,’ hence ‘war raven.’

Guntur – Guntur as a boy’s name is of German origin, and the meaning of Guntur is ‘battler or warrior’.

Gurdilic – Gurdilic is a male name of Germanic origins and means Warrior. In this form, the name is mostly used in English language

Gurguistil – Gurguistil is a male name of Germanic origin and means Battle and War

Gustav – Gustav means the royal staff or the servants of king.

Gustave – Gustave means the royal staff or the servants of king.

Gustavo – Variant of Gustave, the name means noble helper to the ruler.

Gustavus – Gustavus means the royal staff or the servants of king.

Gustaw – Gustaw means the royal staff or the servants of king.

Gusztav – Gusztav means the royal staff or the servants of king.

Guy – Derived from Germanic roots, meaning ‘wide wood’ or ‘forest’. Guy was a popular medieval name, borne by saints and legendary romanace heroes.

Gwillyn – Gwillyn as a boy’s name is of Old German origin, and the meaning of Gwillyn is ‘will helmet or protection’.

Gwilym – Gwilym as a boy’s name is of Old German origin, and the meaning of Gwilym is ‘will helmet or protection’.

Gye – Forest, wide wood

Günter – Warrior

Günther – Warrior

German boy names starting with H

Hacket – Hacket as a boy’s name is of Old French and German origin, and the meaning of Hacket is ‘little hewer of wood’.

Hackett – Hackett as a boy’s name is of Old French and German origin, and the meaning of Hackett is ‘little hewer (of wood)’.

Hackit – Hackit as a boy’s name is of Old French and German origin, and the meaning of Hackit is ‘little hewer of wood’.

Hackitt – Hackitt as a boy’s name is of Old French and German origin, and the meaning of Hackitt is ‘little hewer of wood’.

Hackman – Hackman as a boy’s name is of Old French and German origin, and the meaning of Hackman is ‘hewer, hacker (of wood)’.

Hadwin – Strong friend

Hadyn – Derived from the surname meaning ‘heathen’.

Haedda – An ancient Saxon name, Germanic tribes name, meaning unknown

Haegel – A surname that meanis to have a heart and a mind

Hafis – Hafis is the German version of Hafiz, it means protector of Holly Quran

Hagan – German form of Old Norse Hakon, meaning ‘high son.’

Hagen – Encased in love and comfort of family.

Hahn – Roaster, Cock, conceited.

Haiden – Germanic – Heathen, A derivative of name Hayden

Haimirich – Middle High German name composed of the elements haim ‘home’ and ric ‘rule,’ hence ‘home-ruler.’

Haimo – Old German name meaning ‘home.’

Haimon – Haimon as a boy’s name is of Old German origin meaning ‘fatherland’.

Haines – The name Haines is a boy’s name of German origin meaning ‘the vined cottage’.

Hajo – variation of Hagen

Hal – Germanic – Home or House Ruler, A nickname for Henry rules his household

Halden – Half Dane

Haldis – Teutonic – Spirit of Stone, Old Norse – Firm Helper

Halli – Army, worrier, hqay clearing

Halward – German variation of Harold, origin meaning army ruler’.

Hamblin – Hamblin as a boy’s name is of Old German origin, and the meaning of Hamblin is ‘little home-lover’.

Hamelin – Hamelin as a boy’s name is of Old German origin, and the meaning of Hamelin is ‘little home-lover’.

Hamlen – Hamlen as a boy’s name is of Old German origin, and the meaning of Hamlen is ‘little home-lover’.

Hamlet

Hamlet – Hamlet as a boy’s name is of Old German and French origin, and the meaning of Hamlet is ‘village, home’.

Hamlett – From the little villiage

Hamlin – Loves the little home, In fairy tales, the Pied Piper of Hamelin saves the citizens from rats, but when he is not paid for his efforts, he lures the children away as well.

Hamlin – Hamlin as a boy’s name is of Old German origin, and the meaning of Hamlin is ‘little home-lover’.

Hamlyn – Hamlyn as a boy’s name is of Old German origin, and the meaning of Hamlyn is ‘little home-lover’.

Hammar – Hammar as a boy’s name is of Old German origin, and the meaning of Hammar is ‘hammer maker or carpenter’.

Hammer – Hammer as a boy’s name is of Old German origin, and the meaning of Hammer is ‘hammer maker, carpenter’.

Hammet – Hammet as a boy’s name is of Old German or French origin, and the meaning of Hammet is ‘village or home’.

Hammett – Hammett as a boy’s name is of Old German and French origin, and the meaning of Hammett is ‘village or home’.

Hammond – Hammond as a boy’s name is of Old German origin, and the meaning of Hammond is ‘home protector’.

Hammur – Hammur as a boy’s name is of Old German origin, and the meaning of Hammur is ‘hammer maker or carpenter’.

Hamnet – Hamnet as a boy’s name is of Old German and French origin, and the meaning of Hamnet is ‘village or home’.

Hamnett – Hamnett as a boy’s name is of Old German and French origin, and the meaning of Hamnett is ‘village or home’.

Hamoelet – From the little home

Hampe – Pet form of Old High German Hamprecht, meaning ‘bright home.’

Hampel – Jumping

Hampo – Jumping

Hamprecht – Variant form of Old High German Heimbrecht, meaning ‘bright home.’

Hampus – Jumping

Hamund – Home Protection, (GER) The Lean (NORSE)

Han – Short form of German Johann, meaning ‘God is gracious.’

Hanale – Lord of the manor

Handel – God is gracious

Hanes – The vined cottage

Hank – Hank as a boy’s name is pronounced hank. It is of Old German origin, and the meaning of Hank is ‘home ruler’.

Hanke – Low German pet form of German Johann, meaning ‘God is gracious.’

Hann – God is gracious

Hannah

Hanner – German – From a pet form of Hann, A short form of Johann

Hannes – God is Gracious, loving and quick minded

Hanno – The name Hanno is a boy’s name of German origin.

Hans – God has been gracious, variant of John

Hans – The name Hans is a boy’s name of German origin, meaning God is gracious’.

Hansel – The name Hansel is a boy’s name of German origin meaning ‘God is gracious’.

Hansh – God liked, Liked by God

Hansl – The lord is gracious

Hany – Rules an estate

Hanz – God is gracious

Harailt – Germanic – Army, Warrior, To Rule, Leader, A variant of Harald

Harald – Dutch and German form of Anglo-Saxon Hereweald, meaning ‘army ruler.’ Compare with another form of Harald.

Harben – Harben as a boy’s name is of Old French and German origin, and the meaning of Harben is ‘little bright warrior’.

Harbert – Harbert as a boy’s name is of Old German origin, and the meaning of Harbert is ‘illustrious warrior’.

Harbin – Harbin as a boy’s name is of Old French and German origin, and the meaning of Harbin is ‘little bright warrior’.

Harden – Brave, hardy, a place name in West Yorkshire

Hardey – Hardey as a boy’s name is of Old German origin, and the meaning of Hardey is ‘bold or brave’.

Harding – Son of the hard one

Hardtman – Strong, physically powerful, masculine

Hardwin – Variant spelling of German Hartwin, meaning ‘hardy friend.’

Hardy – Daring, strong, bold

Hardy – Hardy as a boy’s name is of Old German origin, and the meaning of Hardy is ‘bold, brave’.

Hariman – Protective.

Harimann – Caring, Protective

Hariric – Old German name composed of the elements hari ‘army’ and ric ‘power, ruler,’ hence ‘army ruler.’

Harlan – Derived from the surname refering to a place name, meaning ‘hare land’ or ‘from the army land’.

Harm – Short form of German Harman, meaning ‘bold/hardy man.’ In use by the Dutch.

Harman – German name composed of the elements hardi ‘bold, hardy,’ and man ‘man,’ hence ‘bold/hardy man.’

Harmand – Variant spelling of German Harman, meaning ‘bold/hardy man.’

Harmon – Harmon as a boy’s name is of French and Old German origin, and the meaning of Harmon is ‘soldier’.

Harmond – army, plus ‘man’, man

Harold – Germanic – Army, Warrior, To Rule, Leader, A variant of Harald

Harri – A name that is mainly used in Wales and Finland, the name Harri has the meaning ‘house owner’, the ‘lord of the manor’ and also ‘to rule’. This also a variation of the more popular spelling Harry.

Harriman – An English medieval surname, Derived from name Henri which means Home Rule

Harriot – home leader

Harris – Ruler of the house

Harrison – Harry’s son

Harrod – Ruled by the army

Harry George – From the Germanic meaning ‘amry, warrior’, ‘Harry’ is a pet form of the names ‘Henry’ and ‘Harold’. George from the Old Greek for ‘farmer or earthworker’

Harry John – Meaning ‘house owner’, ‘lord of the manor’, ‘army’, ‘warrior’, ‘to rule’ (Harry), ‘Yahweh is gracious’ and ‘Yahweh is merciful’ (John).

Harry-James – Coming from Germanic roots, Harry was the English equivalent of the French ‘Henri’. Meaning ‘to rule, Lord of the manor’. The name is given to the English member of the Royal family, Prince Harry. James derives from the Hebrew ‘Jacob’ meaning ‘holder of t

Harry-Joseph – Harry is of Germanic origin meaning ‘army, warrior, to rule’ and Joseph is from Hebrew origin meaning ‘God will add’.

Harry – Harry as a boy’s name is pronounced HARE-ee. It is of Old German origin, and the meaning of Harry is ‘home ruler’.

Harti – Daring

Hartman – Hartman as a boy’s name is of Old German origin, and the meaning of Hartman is ‘hard, strong man’.

Hartmann – Old German name composed of the elements hard/hart ‘brave, hardy, strong’ and man ‘man,’ hence ‘strong-man.’

Hartmut – Old German name composed of the elements hard/hart ‘brave, hardy, strong’ and muot ‘courage, spirit,’ hence ‘strong-spirited.’

Harto – Treasure, A variant of name Harald

Hartwig – Old German name composed of the elements hard/hart ‘brave, hardy, strong’ and wig ‘battle,’ hence ‘strong battle.’

Hartwin – Old German name composed of the elements hard/hart ‘brave, hardy, strong’ and win ‘friend,’ hence ‘hardy friend.’

Harvey – Army warrior

Hasse – Coarse Grass

Hassel – Bewitched place

Hastings – swift one

Hauke – May be spirit and mind

Havelock – Germanic – Elf Warrior, Olive Tree

Hawke – Hawk

Hawken – A variant of surname Hawkins which means House Owner

Hawkins – Germanic – House Owner, Lord of the Manor, A variant of the name Hawk

Haydan – From Germanic origin meaning ‘heathen’ it is a variant spelling of the English Hayden.

Hayden – In Germanic translations, the name Hayden means ‘heathen’. More recently the name has transferred from being used as a male or surname,\ to being used for females as well. The traditional English meaning behind the original surname is ‘hay valley’.

Haydn – German surname transferred to forename use, from a respelling of the German byname Heiden, meaning ‘heathen.’

Haydon – Derived from the Germanic, meaning ‘heathen’. Is often used as a girls name.

Haynes – Hawthorne

Hazen – Hedged area, Derived from Hasan meaning smooth and beautiful

Headda – Refuge in war or in any struggle

Heald – Raise

Hebert – Glorious soldier

Hedwig – Fighter, strong one

Hedwig – Fighter or warrior

Hega – From Heathers pasture

Hegelina – a person who accepts the leadership of another

Heibert – Battle, Bright, Famous, and Strife

Heiden – Middle High German byname meaning ‘heathen.’ The composer Josef Haydn’s surname was a respelling of this name.

Heike – Frisian unisex pet form of German Heinrike and Heinrich, meaning ‘home-ruler.’

Heikki – Ruler of the house

Heiko – Heiko as a boy’s name is of Old German origin, and the meaning of Heiko is ‘home ruler’.

Heilgar – Old German name composed of the elements heil ‘happy, hearty’ and gar ‘spear,’ hence ‘hearty spearman.’

Heilmut – Helmet and disposition

Heimbrecht – Old High German name composed of the elements heim ‘home’ and brecht ‘bright, illustrious,’ hence ‘bright home.’

Heimerich – Variant spelling of Old Middle High German Haimirich, meaning ‘home-ruler.’

Heimo – Variant spelling of German Haimo, meaning ‘home.’

Heimrich – Heimrich as a boy’s name is of Old German origin, and the meaning of Heimrich is ‘home ruler or power’.

Hein – Ruler of the house

Heindrick – Heindrick as a boy’s name is of Old German origin, and the meaning of Heindrick is ‘home ruler’.

Heindrik – Heindrik as a boy’s name is of Old German origin, and the meaning of Heindrik is ‘home ruler’.

Heine – Heine as a boy’s name is of Old German origin, and the meaning of Heine is ‘home ruler’.

Heiner – Heiner as a boy’s name is of Old German origin, and the meaning of Heiner is ‘home ruler’.

Heini – Heini as a boy’s name is of Old German origin, and the meaning of Heini is ‘home ruler’.

Heinie – Heinie as a boy’s name is of Old German origin, and the meaning of Heinie is ‘home ruler’.

Heino – Pet form of Old High German Heinrich, meaning ‘home-ruler.’

Heinrich – Heinrich as a boy’s name is of Old German origin, and the meaning of Heinrich is ‘home ruler’.

Heinrick – Heinrick as a boy’s name is of Old German origin, and the meaning of Heinrick is ‘home ruler’.

Heinrik – Heinrik as a boy’s name is of Old German origin, and the meaning of Heinrik is ‘home ruler’.

Heinz – Home of the king

Heinz – The name Heinz is a boy’s name of German origin, meaning home of the king’.

Helfgott – German name composed of the elements helf/hilf ‘help’ and Gott ‘God,’ hence ‘help of God.’

Helfried – Contracted form of German Helmfried, meaning ‘helmet-peace.’

Heliap – The God is Jehovah

Heller – Heller as a boy’s name is of German origin, and the meaning of Heller is ‘bright, brilliant’.

Hellerson – Son of Heller

Hellewell – Holy Well

Helliwell – Devine

Helm – Courageous protection

Helmand – Courage, bravery.

Helmer – Fighting Fury, Warrior’s Wrath, A surname of Germanic Origin

Helmfrid – Variant spelling of German Helmfried, meaning ‘helmet-peace.’

Helmfried – German name composed of the elements helm ‘helmet’ and frid ‘peace,’ hence ‘helmet-peace.’

Helmut – Brave

Helmut – German name composed of the elements helm ‘helmet, protection’ and muot ‘courage, spirit,’ hence ‘helmet-courage.’

Helmuth – Variant spelling of German Helmut, meaning ‘helmet-courage.’

Helmutt – Brave

Heman – Heman as a boy’s name is of Old German origin meaning ‘fatherland’.

Hemma – Homeland, Home

Henderson – Henry’s son

Hendrick – Hendrick as a boy’s name is pronounced HEN-drik. It is of English, Danish and Old German origin, and the meaning of Hendrick is ‘home ruler’.

Hendrik – Hendrik as a boy’s name is of English, Danish, and Old German origin, and the meaning of Hendrik is ‘home ruler’.

Hendrix – Germanic – Ruler of the household, Son of Hendrik

Hendry – Hendry is a variation of the name Henry. It means ‘house owner’ or ‘lord of the manor’.

Henerik – Henerik as a boy’s name is of Old German origin, and the meaning of Henerik is ‘home ruler’.

Henery – Derived from Germanic elements ‘heim’and ‘ric’, meaning ‘lord of the manor’.

Hengest – Stallion

Henio – Ruler of the house

Hennie – Ruler of the house

Henning – Henning as a boy’s name is of Old German origin, and the meaning of Henning is ‘home ruler’.

Henri – Although this name is available for girls as well, it is more common for boys. The name itself means ‘house owner’ or ‘lord of the manor’. This spelling is used more frequently in French, English and Finnish languages.

Henric – House owner, House proprietor

Henrick – Ruler of the house

Henricus – Home ruler

Henrik – Henrik as a boy’s name is of Old German origin, and the meaning of Henrik is ‘home ruler’.

Henrique – Henrique is the Portugese version of the name Henry. It means ‘house owner’ or ‘Lord of the manor’

Henry – Ruler of the household

Henry James – Meaning of ‘house owner’ or ‘lord of the manor’. It’s taken from the words ‘heim’ which means home and ‘ric’ which means ‘rich’ or ‘ruler’. James means ‘protector’ or ‘holder of heel’.

Henry – There have been eight British kings and six French monarchs named Henry. As namesakes go, Americans can count auto manufacturer Henry Ford, naturalist Henry David Thoreau and baseball great Hank Aaron among them. Nicknames include Harry, Hal and Hank, while non-English versions include Henri (French), Henrik (German) and Enrique (Spanish). Julia Roberts and Heidi Klum are among the celebrity mamas with heirs named Henry.

Henryk – Henryk as a boy’s name is of Old German origin, and the meaning of Henryk is ‘home ruler’.

Henya – commands the household

Heorstan – wood, thicket

Herb – Herb as a boy’s name of Old German origin, and the meaning of Herb is ‘illustrious warrior’.

Herbert – Illustrious warrior, a name introduced to Britain by the Normans

Herbert – Herbert as a boy’s name is pronounced HER-bert. It is of Old German origin, and the meaning of Herbert is ‘illustrious warrior’.

Herberto – Famed warrior

Herbie – Herbie as a boy’s name of Old German origin, and the meaning of Herbie is ‘illustrious warrior’.

Herbst – Fall season, Autumn

Herebert – An undistinguished or foolish man or youth

Heribert – Old High German name composed of the elements hari/heri ‘army’ and berht ‘bright, famous,’ hence ‘bright army.’

Heriberto – Heriberto as a boy’s name of Old German origin, and the meaning of Heriberto is ‘illustrious warrior’.

Heriot – Heriot as a boy’s name is of Old German origin, and the meaning of Heriot is ‘home ruler’.

Herman – Warrior

Herman – Herman as a boy’s name is pronounced HER-man. It is of Old German origin, and the meaning of Herman is ‘soldier’.

Hermann – Hermann as a boy’s name is of Old German origin, and the meaning of Hermann is ‘soldier’.

Hermie – Hermie as a boy’s name is of Old German origin, and the meaning of Hermie is ‘soldier’.

Hermin – Army man

Herminio – Herminio as a boy’s name is of Old German origin, and the meaning of Herminio is ‘soldier’.

Hermon – Hermon as a boy’s name is of Old German origin, and the meaning of Hermon is ‘soldier’.

Hernan – Brave yet peaceful

Hernando – Brave yet peaceful

Herold – Army and to rule

Herrick – German surname transferred to forename use, originally a personal name composed of the elements hari/heri ‘army’ and ric ‘power,’ hence ‘army power.’

Herrik – Herrik as a boy’s name is of Old German origin, and the meaning of Herrik is ‘war ruler’.

Herrior – Herrior as a boy’s name is of Old German origin, and the meaning of Herrior is ‘home ruler’.

Hersz – Lord of the manor or house owner.

Hertz – My Strife

Herwald – Army and to rule

Herwen – Army friend

Herwin – Army friend

Herz – A surname means Heart

Heutte – A wise small man

Hew – Hew as a boy’s name is of Old German origin, and the meaning of Hew is ‘soul, mind, or intellect’.

Hewe – Hewe as a boy’s name is of Old German origin, and the meaning of Hewe is ‘soul, mind, or intellect’.

Hewett – Little smart one

Hewitt – Smart little one, possibly little Hugh or Hugh”s son

Hewitt – Little smart one

Hewlett – Little smart one

Hewlitt – Little smart one

Heyne – Ruler of the house, German classical scholar

Heyward – watchman of the grounds, game preserve

Hibald – genuine and bold

Hieronymous – The name Hieronymous is a boy’s name of German, Dutch origin meaning ‘sacred name’.

Hieronymus – The name Hieronymus is a boy’s name of German origin meaning ‘sacred name’.

Hilbert – Contracted form of German Hildebert, meaning ‘battle-bright.’

Hilbrand – Sword used in battles

Hildbrand – War sword

Hildebert – German name composed of the elements hild ‘battle’ and beraht ‘bright,’ hence ‘battle-bright.’

Hildebrand – Hildebrand as a boy’s name is of Old German origin, and the meaning of Hildebrand is ‘battle sword’.

Hildebrandt – Hildebrandt as a boy’s name is of Old German origin, and the meaning of Hildebrandt is ‘battle sword’.

Hildefuns – Hildefuns as a boy’s name is of Old German origin, and the meaning of Hildefuns is ‘ready for battle’.

Hildehrand – War sword

Hillard – Hillard as a boy’s name is of Old German origin, and the meaning of Hillard is ‘hard warrior’.

Hillebrand – Hillebrand as a boy’s name is of Old German origin, and the meaning of Hillebrand is ‘battle sword’.

Hiller – Hiller as a boy’s name is of Old German and Old English origin, and the meaning of Hiller is ‘battle guard or yard on a hill’.

Hilliard – Hilliard as a boy’s name is of Old German and Old English origin, and the meaning of Hilliard is ‘battle guard, yard on a hill’.

Hillier – Hillier as a boy’s name is of Old German origin, and the meaning of Hillier is ‘hard warrior’.

Hillierd – Hillierd as a boy’s name is of Old German and Old English origin, and the meaning of Hillierd is ‘battle guard or yard on a hill’.

Hillyard – Hillyard as a boy’s name is of Old German and Old English origin, and the meaning of Hillyard is ‘battle guard or yard on a hill’.

Hillyer – Hillyer as a boy’s name is of Old German and Old English origin, and the meaning of Hillyer is ‘hard warrior, battle guard, or yard on a hill’.

Hillyerd – Hillyerd as a boy’s name is of Old German and Old English origin, and the meaning of Hillyerd is ‘battle guard or yard on a hill’.

Hindrick – Ruler of the house

Hinrich – Hinrich as a boy’s name is of Old German origin, and the meaning of Hinrich is ‘home ruler’.

Hiu – Mind, Spirit

Hlodovic – Variant form of Old High German Hludowig, meaning ‘famous warrior.’

Hludowig – Old High German name composed of the proto-Germanic elements *hluda- ‘famous’ and *wiga ‘war,’ hence ‘famous warrior.’

Hludwig – Contracted form of Old High German Hludowig, meaning ‘famous warrior.’

Hobard – Hobard as a boy’s name is of American and Old German origin, and the meaning of Hobard is ‘bright or shining intellect’.

Hobart – Intelligent, Bright spirit, High, Inspiration

Hobbard – Bert’s hill

Hobert – Intelligent, Bright spirit, High, Inspiration

Hodge – Hodge as a boy’s name is of Old English and Old German origin, and the meaning of Hodge is ‘son of Roger or famous spearman’.

Hodges – Germanic – Famous warrior, Famous spear, A variant of Rogger

Hoffman – Hoffman as a boy’s name is of German origin, and the meaning of Hoffman is ‘courtier’.

Hoffmann – Hoffmann as a boy’s name is of German origin, and the meaning of Hoffmann is ‘courtier’.

Hofman – Hofman as a boy’s name is of German origin, and the meaning of Hofman is ‘courtier’.

Hofmann – Hofmann as a boy’s name is of German origin, and the meaning of Hofmann is ‘courtier’.

Hoh – High

Hohberht – High, Bright

Hoover – The name Hoover is a boy’s name of German origin meaning ‘owner of a patch of farmland’.

Hopkins – Brilliant fame

Hoppe – A German nickname for the one who hops

Hopson – The son of the man who hops

Horatio – The name Horatio is a boy’s name of German, Latin origin meaning ‘hour, time’.

Horatius – German variation of Horace, origin meaning timekeeper’.

Horsa – He who arrived to the land on the horse

Horst – Horst as a boy’s name is of Old German origin, and the meaning of Horst is ‘thicket’.

Houston – Intelligent

How – How as a boy’s name is of Old German or Middle English origin, and the meaning of How is ‘lofty one or hill’.

Howard – Strong heart

Howe – Howe as a boy’s name is of Old German and Middle English origin, and the meaning of Howe is ‘lofty one, hill’.

Hraban – Germanic name derived from the word hraban, meaning ‘raven.’

Hroda – German short form of longer names beginning with Hrod-, meaning ‘famous.’

Hrodebert – Old High German name composed of the elements hrod ‘fame’ and berht ‘bright, famous,’ hence ‘bright fame.’

Hrodgar – Old High German equivalent of Old Norse Hro?geirr, composed of the elements hrod ‘fame, glory, renown’ and ger ‘spear,’ hence ‘famous spear.’

Hrodland – Old High German name composed of the elements hrod ‘famous’ and land ‘land,’ hence ‘famous land.’

Hrodric – Old High German name composed of the elements hrod- ‘fame, glory’ and -ric ‘power,’ hence ‘famous power.’

Hrodrick – Variant spelling of Old High German Hrodric, meaning ‘famous power.’

Hrodulf – Contracted form of Old High German Hrodwulf, meaning ‘famous wolf.’

Hrodwulf – Old High German name composed of the elements hrod ‘fame’ and wulf ‘wolf,’ hence ‘famous wolf.’

Hrolf – Contracted form of Old Germanic Hrodwulf, meaning ‘famous wolf.’

Hrotger – Variant form of Old High German Hrodgar, meaning ‘famous spear.’

Hubbard – Bright mind

Hube – Hube is a boy’s name meaning ‘bright or shining intellect’ that comes from the Old German name Hubert.

Hubert – Bright in spirit, Saint Hubert is the patron saint of hunters.

Hubert – Originated in German language meaning ‘bright spirit’ and ‘inspiration’. Bought to england in the 11th century, it has grown in popularity.

Huberto – Huberto as a boy’s name is of Old German origin, and the meaning of Huberto is ‘bright or shining intellect’.

Hubertus – Latinized form of HUBERT

Hubie – Hubie as a boy’s name is of Old German origin, and the meaning of Hubie is ‘bright or shining intellect’.

Hubnuqat – Flute

Hubricht – Bright heart or spirit

Hubur – Joy

Hudde – A form of Hugh, meaning heart, mind, spirit.

Hudson – Son of Hugh

Hue – Heart, spirit

Huego – Heart, spirit

Huey – Huey as a boy’s name is of Old German origin, and the meaning of Huey is ‘soul, mind, or intellect’.

Hugbert – Shiny in thinking

Hugh – Intelligent, thoughtful

Hugh – Used chiefly in the English language, the name is Germanic in origin. Derived from the element ‘hugu’ meaning ‘heart, mind, spirit’

Hughe – brilliant In Mind And strength

Hughes – Hughes as a boy’s name is of Old German origin, and the meaning of Hughes is ‘soul, mind, or intellect’.

Hughie – Hughie as a boy’s name is of Old German origin, and the meaning of Hughie is ‘soul, mind, or intellect’.

Hughoc – strong desire

Hugiet – intelligent

Hugo – Variant of Hugh a thinker. See also Keegan.

Hugo – The name Hugo is a boy’s name of German, Spanish, Portuguese origin meaning ‘mind, intellect’.

Hugon – quality

Hugubert – Old German name composed of the elements hug ‘heart, mind, spirit’ and behrt ‘bright,’ hence ‘bright heart/mind/spirit.’

Hugues – Hugues as a boy’s name is of Old German origin, and the meaning of Hugues is ‘soul, mind, or intellect’.

Hulbard – Hulbard as a boy’s name is of Old German origin, and the meaning of Hulbard is ‘bright grace’.

Hulbart – Graceful

Hulbert – Hulbert as a boy’s name is of Old German origin, and the meaning of Hulbert is ‘bright grace’.

Hulburd – Hulburd as a boy’s name is of Old German origin, and the meaning of Hulburd is ‘bright grace’.

Hulburt – Hulburt as a boy’s name is of Old German origin, and the meaning of Hulburt is ‘bright grace’.

Hulderich – Germanic name composed of the elements hultha ‘merciful’ and ric ‘power, rule,’ hence ‘merciful ruler.’

Huldiberaht – sophisticated

Hum – sing,buzz

Humbert – Humbert as a boy’s name is of Old German origin, and the meaning of Humbert is ‘famous giant, renowned warrior’.

Humberto – Humberto as a boy’s name is of Old German origin, and the meaning of Humberto is ‘shining intellect, famous giant, or renowned warrior’.

Humbryct – Variant form of Norman German Huncberct, possibly meaning ‘bright support.’

Humfrey – Humfrey as a boy’s name is of Old German origin, and the meaning of Humfrey is ‘peaceful warrior’.

Humfrid – Humfrid as a boy’s name is of Old German origin, and the meaning of Humfrid is ‘peaceful warrior’.

Humfried – Humfried as a boy’s name is of Old German origin, and the meaning of Humfried is ‘peaceful warrior’.

Humfry – Humfry as a boy’s name is of Old German origin, and the meaning of Humfry is ‘peaceful warrior’.

Humph – Humph as a boy’s name is of Old German origin, and the meaning of Humph is ‘peaceful warrior’.

Humphery – Humphery as a boy’s name is of Old German origin, and the meaning of Humphery is ‘peaceful warrior’.

Humphrey – Humphrey as a boy’s name is pronounced HUM-free. It is of Old German origin, and the meaning of Humphrey is ‘peaceful warrior’.

Humphrie – person who loves to be calm

Humphry – Humphry as a boy’s name is of Old German origin, and the meaning of Humphry is ‘peaceful warrior’.

Humur – happiness

Hun – fighter

Hunbeorht – Variant form of Norman German Huncberct, possibly meaning ‘bright support.’

Huncberct – Old Norman name of Germanic origin, possibly meaning ‘bright support.’

Hunfredo – Hunfredo as a boy’s name is of Old German origin, and the meaning of Hunfredo is ‘peaceful warrior’.

Hunfrid – Peaceful strength

Hunfried – Peaceful strength

Huppert – Contracted form of German Hupprecht, meaning ‘bright heart/mind/spirit.’

Hupprecht – Variant form of German Hugubert, meaning ‘bright heart/mind/spirit.’

Hurbert – Germanic – Bright Army, A variant of Herbert

Hurman – A man of army

Huub – Man with clever mind

Huw – Huw as a boy’s name is of Old German origin, and the meaning of Huw is ‘soul, mind, or intellect’.

Hyldeiard – One who protects the battle

Hynek – Ruler of the house

German boy names starting with I

Ido – Work or labor

Ignacius – Spanish variation of Ignacio, origin meaning fiery’, ‘fiery’.

Ignate – German variation of Ignatius, origin meaning fiery’.

Ignatz – German form of Latin Ignatius, possibly meaning ‘unknowing.’ It is interesting to note that the word Nazi originated as a short form of Ignatz and was used colloquially as a byname for a foolish or awkward person.

Igor – Russian form of Yngvarr (see INGVAR). The Varangians brought it to Russia in the 10th century. It was borne by two grand princes of Kiev. Famous bearers include Igor Stravinsky (1882-1971), a Russian composer whose most famous work is ‘The Rite of Spring’, and Igor Sikorsky (1889-1972), the Russian-American designer of the first successful helicopter

Ihar – Belarusian form of IGOR

Ihor – Ukrainian form of IGOR

Immanuel

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.

Ing – From the Germanic *Ingwaz, possibly meaning ‘ancestor’. This was the name of an obscure old Germanic fertility god who was considered the ancestor of the tribe the Ingaevones. It is possible he was an earlier incarnation of the god Freyr

Ingall – Angel

Ingalls – Angel

Inge – Short form of Scandinavian and German names beginning with the element ing, which refers to the Germanic god ING. In Sweden and Norway this is primarily a masculine name, elsewhere it is usually feminine

Ingel – Angel

Ingelbert – Ingelbert as a boy’s name is of Old German origin meaning ‘angel-bright’.

Ingemar – From the Old Norse name Ingimarr, derived from the name of the Germanic god ING combined with mrr ‘famous’

Ingi – Old Norse form of INGE

Ingimarr – Old Norse form of INGEMAR

Inglebert – Variant form of German Engelbert, possibly meaning ‘bright angel.’

Ingmar – Variant of INGEMAR. This name was borne by the Swedish film director Ingmar Bergman (1918-2007)

Ingo – The name Ingo is a boy’s name of German origin meaning ‘protected by Yngvi’.

Ingolf – From the Old Norse name Ingolfr, which was derived from the name of the Germanic god ING combined with ulfr meaning ‘wolf’

Ingolfr – Old Norse form of INGOLF

Ingomar – German form of INGEMAR

Ingram – The name Ingram is a boy’s name of German origin meaning ‘angel-raven’.

Ingulf – Germanic cognate of INGOLFR

Ingvar – From the Old Norse name Yngvarr, which was derived from the name of the Germanic god YNGVI combined with arr meaning ‘warrior’

Ingwaz – Proto-Germanic name, meaning ‘Lord of the Inguins.’ In legend, this is the name of one of three sons of Mannus, the ancestor of the Ingaevones.

Iolo – Derived from Germanic origin and largely used in Polish meaning ‘yew’.

Irmingild – German variant spelling of Teutonic Ermingild, meaning ‘all-giving.’

Irwin – Honourable friend

Isaak

Isaak – (Russian: Исаак): German and Russian form of Greek Isaak, meaning ‘he will laugh.’

Isidor – German variation of Isidore, origin meaning gift of Isis’.

Ives – Yew

Ivo – The name Ivo is a boy’s name of German, Irish, Dutch origin meaning ‘yew wood, archer’.

Ivon – Variant spelling of French Yvon, meaning ‘yew tree.’ Used in Germany and infrequently by the English.

Izaak – German and Polish form of Greek Isaak, meaning ‘he will laugh.’

German boy names starting with J

Jaakob – He is a supplanter

Jaecar – German – Hunter, A variant og Jaegar

Jaegar – German – Hunter, A variant og Jaecar

Jaeger – Jaeger as a boy’s name is pronounced JAY-ger. It is of German origin, and the meaning of Jaeger is ‘hunter’.

Jager – To chase or to hunt

Jagger – To chase or to hunt

Jagur – Jagur as a boy’s name is of German origin, and the meaning of Jagur is ‘hunter’.

Jakob

Jakob – German and Scandinavian form of Greek Iakob, meaning ‘supplanter.’

Jakobe – May he be protected by God

Jakobi – May the Lord guard him

Jan – Low German short form of Latin Johan, meaning ‘God is gracious.’ Compare with another form of Jan.

Jannes – Hebrew – Yahweh is Gracious, Yahweh is merciful, A variant of John

Jannick – The name Jannick is a boy’s name of German, Dutch origin meaning ‘God is gracious’.

Jannik

Jans – Slavic – God has been gracious, God is merciful, God has shown favour

Jansen – God is gracious

Jantis – A spear that is sharp

Jarell – A ruler with a spear

Jarem – A mighty spearman

Jaret – A strong spear

Jarett – One who is brave with a spear

Jarman – Jarman as a boy’s name is of Old German origin, and the meaning of Jarman is ‘German’.

Jarmann – Jarmann as a boy’s name is of Old German origin, and the meaning of Jarmann is ‘German’.

Jarrad – A spearman

Jarred – From Germanic origin meaning ‘brave with the spear’ predominantly used in the English language.

Jarrell – Jarrell as a boy’s name. Variant of Gerald (Old German) ‘spear ruler’.

Jarrett – Ruler with spear

Jarrick – Rule with a spear

Jarves – Drive, conquerer

Jarvey – Jarvey as a boy’s name is of Old German origin, and the meaning of Jarvey is ‘spear’.

Jarvis – The name Jarvis is a boy’s name of German origin.

Jaryl – A ruler with a spear

Jay – Swift

Jay – Blue jay

Jaye – Swift

Jaye – Blue jay

Jayveon – This unique baby name is a variant of Trayvon meaning brave.

Jefery – Jefery as a boy’s name is of Old German origin, and the meaning of Jefery is ‘peace’.

Jeff – A short form of jefferson

Jefferey – Jefferey as a boy’s name is of Old German origin, and the meaning of Jefferey is ‘peace’.

Jefferie – A peaceful pledge or a traveller

Jefferies – Jefferies as a boy’s name is of Old German origin, and the meaning of Jefferies is ‘peace’.

Jefferson – Son of Jeffery

Jeffery – Jeffery as a boy’s name is of Old German origin, and the meaning of Jeffery is ‘peace’.

Jeffey – Peace

Jefford – Gift of strength

Jeffree – Jeffree as a boy’s name is of Old German origin, and the meaning of Jeffree is ‘peace’.

Jeffrey – If Geoffrey is British and a tad stuffy, Jeffrey is his fun, full-of-life Americanized counterpart. The name landed on the baby-name charts in the 1930s and was a major parent pleaser in the mid-20th century. It fell from the top of the charts around the turn of the century but still maintains a presence to this day. With two hot actors bearing the name, Jeffrey Nordling of “Big Little Lies” and Jeffrey Dean Morgan of “Supernatural,” Jeffrey may catch on fire again in the near future.

Jeffries – Jeffries as a boy’s name is of Old German origin, and the meaning of Jeffries is ‘peace’.

Jeffroi – Germanic – Peaceful Ruler, A derivative of the English Jeffrey

Jeffry – Jeffry as a boy’s name is of Old German origin, and the meaning of Jeffry is ‘peace’.

Jeffy – Jeffy as a boy’s name is of Old German origin, and the meaning of Jeffy is ‘peace’.

Jefri – The man who brings harmony.

Jefry – Jefry as a boy’s name is of Old German origin, and the meaning of Jefry is ‘peace’.

Jelle – Strong mind and protection

Jense – Variation of Jens or Johannes of John which means God is Gracious

Jeoffroi – Jeoffroi as a boy’s name is of Old German origin, and the meaning of Jeoffroi is ‘peace’.

Jeorg – Old Greek – Farmer, Earthworker, A variant transcription of George

Jer – A spear or a pointed edge of a pole

Jerald – Ruler with a spear

Jeraldo – Germanic – Spear ruler, Rules by the Spear, Variant of Gerald

Jerardo – One who holds the spear very boldly.

Jeremias – The name Jeremias is a boy’s name of German origin.

Jeremius – German Latinized form of Greek Ieremias, meaning ‘Jehovah casts forth’ or ‘Jehovah hurls.’

Jeret – Ruler with spear

Jeri – Spear ruler

Jerman – Jerman as a boy’s name is of Old German origin, and the meaning of Jerman is ‘German’.

Jerold – Jerold as a boy’s name is of Old German and Old English origin, and the meaning of Jerold is ‘spear ruler’.

Jerri – Ruler with a spear

Jerrold – Jerrold as a boy’s name is of Old German and Old English origin, and the meaning of Jerrold is ‘spear ruler’.

Jerry – This name can be a pet form of the name Jeremy or Jeremiah, from the Hebrew meaning ‘exalted by God’ , or a pet form of the name Gerald, meaning ‘brave with spear’.

Jervis – Jervis as a boy’s name is of Old German origin, and the meaning of Jervis is ‘spear’.

Jesaja – Hebrew – Yahweh is Salvation, God will help you, A variant of name Isaiah

Jeter – The name Jeter is a boy’s name of German, French origin.

Jette – The owner of the house

Jindrich – Ruler of the house

Joab – 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.

Joachim – Established by God, The one with passionate soul and reserved nature, will keep calm, stritct and ambitious throughout the life.

Joah – The one with passionate soul and reserved nature, will keep calm, stritct and ambitious throughout the life.

Joakim – They are sesitive,charming.They are curious,comunicative and adaptable.

Jocelin – Champion

Jocelyn – German tribal person

Jochem – Dutch and German form of Hebrew Yehowyaqiym, meaning ‘Jehovah raises up.’

Jochen – German form Hebrew Yehowyakiyn, meaning ‘God establishes.’

Jochim – German variation of Joachim, origin meaning Established by God’.

Joffre – Joffre as a boy’s name is of Old German origin, and the meaning of Joffre is ‘peace’.

Joffrey – Joffrey as a boy’s name.

Johan – Gift from God

Johan – Short form of Latin Johannes, meaning ‘God is gracious.’ In use by the Czechs, Finnish, Germans and Scandinavians.

Johann – God has been gracious, a variant of John. The German composer Johann Sebastian Bach is considered to be a great genius of Baroque music. He also fathered (and named) thirteen children with his wife Anna.

Johann – German name derived from Latin Johannes, meaning ‘God is gracious.’

Johannes

Johannes – The name Johannes is a boy’s name of German, Scandinavian, Dutch origin meaning ‘God is gracious’.

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.

Joram – it is spanish word which means God is gracious or Gift from God. They have passion for their life and impressive nature. They are organized.

Jorg – German form of Latin Georgius, meaning ‘earth-worker, farmer.’

Jorn

Josef

Josef – form of JOSEPH – God shall add

Joseph – Hebrew – Yahweh will add, God will Multiply, Derived from the element ‘yacaph’ meaning to add, to increase

Josiline – Champion

Joss – Joss means One og the Goths

Josslin – Josslin as a boy’s name is of Old German origin, and the meaning of Josslin is ‘a member of the Germanic tribe or the Gauts’.

Josslyn – Champion

Juanito – it is spanish word which means God is gracious or Gift from God. They have passion for their life and impressive nature. They are organized.

Jukka – Jukka is Estonian form of Richard and means strong ruler.

Juku – Juku is a form of Richard. It means strong ruler.

Julius – Latin – Jupiter’s Child, Downy, Julian is Youthful

Jurgen – Farmer

Jurian – Low German form of Latin Georgius, meaning ‘earth-worker, farmer.’

Just – German variation of Justin, origin meaning fair, righteous’.

Justus – The name Justus is a boy’s name of German, Latin, Dutch origin meaning ‘just’.

Jäger – To chase or to hunt.

Jürg – Farmer

Jürgen – Farmer

Jürn – Farmer

German boy names starting with K

Kaarel – Estonian form of Charles. It means man.

Kaarle – Free man

Kaarli – Estonian form of Charlie. It means man.

Kage – This name means an enclosed area of land or a closed hedge.

Kahl – Bald or without hair

Kahn – Kahn name means Small Boat

Kai – Pet form of Low German Gerrit, meaning ‘spear strong.’ Compare with other forms of Kai.

Kail – Free man

Kaiser – Emperor, variant of Caesar

Kaiser – This name is a variation of ‘Caesar,’ which means long-haired and is also the title of a Roman emperor. Until 1918, Germany also had an emperor known as a Kaiser.

Kaizer – Kaizer means The one who Leads Others

Kajetan – Kajetan means From the Town Gaetano

Kale – Kale as a boy’s name is of English and Old German origin meaning ‘free man’.

Kalel – From Germanic origin meaning ‘free man’ it is chiefly used in Finnish, German and Scandinavian and is a variant of the name Charles.

Kalle – Free man

Kalman – The name Kalman is a boy’s name of German origin meaning ‘gracious, good reputation’.

Kappler – Kappler as a boy’s name is of German origin meaning ‘hatter or cap maker’.

Karasten – Karasten means A Christian

Karcher – Karcher name means Beautiful Boy with Blonde Hair

Karel – Karel as a girl’s name (also used as a boy’s name, Karel) is a variant of Carol (Old German), the meaning of Karel is ‘free man’.

Kari – As a female name Kari means Black haired one in Gaelic, or Nordic Free Woman. Male version of the name means Strong in French and Tremenduos in Scandinavian

Karian – Karian means Man, Male

Karl – Strong, manly, The writings of Karl Marx helped form the policies for the political and economic system known as Communism.

Karl – This name is typically taken from the name Charles and means ‘man’ and ‘free man’. There have been various well known ‘Karl’s’ over the years including the philosopher Karl Marx.

Karlan – Karlan as a boy’s name is of Old German origin meaning ‘free man’.

Karle – Karle as a boy’s name is of Old German origin, and the meaning of Karle is ‘free man’.

Karlens – Karlens as a boy’s name is of Old German origin, and the meaning of Karlens is ‘free man’.

Karlheinz – Strong, manly, a blend of Karl and Heinz

Karlik – Name Karlik means Man, Free Man

Karlin – Karlin as a boy’s name is of Old German origin meaning ‘free man’.

Karlitis – Karlitis means Strong Man

Karlmann – Variant spelling of German Carloman, meaning ‘man.’

Karlo – Karlo as a boy’s name is of Old German origin meaning ‘free man’.

Karlos – Karlos as a boy’s name is of Old German origin meaning ‘free man’.

Karlsen – From Germanic origin meaning ‘free man’ it is a variation of the name Karl.

Karlton – Karlton as a boy’s name is of Old German origin meaning ‘free man’.

Karol – Of Germanic origin, derived from the name Karl or Charles and commonly used as a girls name, meaning ‘free man’.

Karolek – Karolek is a boy’s name meaning ‘free man’ and is a variant of the Old German name Charles.

Karolik – Karolik is a boy’s name meaning ‘free man’ and is a variant of the Old German name Charles.

Karolos – Karolos means Full-Grown

Karoly – Karoly as a boy’s name is of Old German origin meaning ‘free man’.

Karrel – Karrel as a boy’s name is of Old German origin meaning ‘free man’.

Karri – Karri means Pure

Karshar – Beautiful Blonde-Haired Man

Karsten

Karsten – Variant spelling of German Carsten, meaning ‘believer’ or ‘follower of Christ.’

Kasch – like a blackbird

Kasimir – German variation of Casimir, origin meaning destroyer of peace’.

Kaspar – German form of Spanish Gaspar, meaning ‘treasure bearer.’

Kass – Kass means Like a Raven, a Black Bird

Kaufman – Kaufman as a boy’s name is of German origin, and the meaning of Kaufman is ‘merchant’.

Kaufmann – Kaufmann as a boy’s name is of German origin, and the meaning of Kaufmann is ‘merchant’.

Kauzlarich – Screeching owl

Kayetan – German form of Latin Caietanus, meaning ‘from Caieta (Gaeta, Italy).’

Kayle – Free man

Keefer – Keefer as a boy’s name is of German origin, and the meaning of Keefer is ‘barrel maker’.

Keert – Estonian form of Gerald, meaning bold ruler.

Keifer – Keifer as a boy’s name is of German origin, and the meaning of Keifer is ‘barrel maker’.

Keil – The name Keil is a boy’s name of German origin meaning ‘wedge’.

Keiler – Keiler mens He Cuts Stones, CLumsy

Kelby – Farm by the spring

Kellan – The name Kellan is a boy’s name of German, Irish origin meaning ‘swamp, slender’.

Kellen – The name Kellen is a boy’s name of German, Irish origin meaning ‘swamp, slender’.

Keller – Keller as a boy’s name is of Old German origin, and the meaning of Keller is ‘cellar’.

Kemper – Kemper means Champion, Winner

Kennen – Kennen means He posseses Knowledge

Kepler – Kepler as a boy’s name is of German origin, and the meaning of Kepler is ‘hatter, cap maker’.

Keppel – Keppel as a boy’s name is of German origin, and the meaning of Keppel is ‘hatter or cap maker’.

Keppeler – Keppeler as a boy’s name is of German origin, and the meaning of Keppeler is ‘hatter or cap maker’.

Keppler – Keppler as a boy’s name is of German origin, and the meaning of Keppler is ‘hatter or cap maker’.

Ker – Kepler means Hat Maker

Kerbey – Kerbey as a boy’s name is of Old German origin, and the meaning of Kerbey is ‘settlement by a church’.

Kerbie – Kerbie as a boy’s name is of Old German origin, and the meaning of Kerbie is ‘settlement by a church’.

Kerby – Kerby as a boy’s name is of Old German origin, and the meaning of Kerby is ‘settlement by a church’.

Kerstin – The name means Watercress Island

Kesler – One who is a coppersmith by profession

Kessler – Maker of kettles

Kettil – Cauldron or kettle

Kie – Of uncertain origin and meaning. May derive from the Germanic and mean ‘spear’ or from the name Cornelius, meaning , war horn’.

Kiefer – Barrel maker, possibly a variation of Cooper

Kiefer – German surname transferred to forename use, derived from the word kiefer, a blend of kien and forhe, both meaning ‘pine tree.’

Kiefert – Kiefert is a boy’s name meaning ‘barrel maker’ that comes from the German name Kiefer.

Kieffer – Kieffer as a boy’s name is of German origin, and the meaning of Kieffer is ‘barrel maker’.

Kieffner – Kieffner as a boy’s name is of German origin, and the meaning of Kieffner is ‘barrel maker’.

Kiefner – Kiefner as a boy’s name is of German origin, and the meaning of Kiefner is ‘barrel maker’.

Kiel – Living near a narrow channel

Kiffen – Kiffen means To Smoke Marihuana

Kiker – An altered spelling of German Giger, Habitational name for someone from Kieck

Kilby – Kilby means farm by the Spring

Kilian – German form of Irish Gaelic Cillin, meaning ‘little warrior.’

Killian – Variant spelling of German Kilian, meaning ‘little warrior.’ Compare with another form of Killian.

Kimmel – Kimmel means Seed Farmer

Kinchen – Kinchen means Child

Kirbey – Kirbey as a boy’s name is of Old German origin, and the meaning of Kirbey is ‘settlement by a church’.

Kirbie – Kirbie as a boy’s name is of Old German origin, and the meaning of Kirbie is ‘settlement by a church’.

Kirkby – Kirkby as a boy’s name is of Old German origin, and the meaning of Kirkby is ‘settlement by a church’.

Klaus

Klaus – Variant spelling of German Claus, meaning ‘victor of the people.’

Klein – Klein as a boy’s name is of German origin, and the meaning of Klein is ‘small’.

Kleiner – Kleiner is a boy’s name that comes from the German name Klein, meaning ‘small’.

Kleinert – Kleinert as a boy’s name is of German origin, and the meaning of Kleinert is ‘small’.

Klemens – Danish, German, Polish and Swedish form of Greek Klementos, meaning ‘gentle and merciful.’

Kline – Kline is a boy’s name meaning ‘small’ that derives from the German name Klein.

Knut – Knut means to tie a knot

Knute – Knute means The knot is tied

Koby – Supplanter

Koen – Bold advisor, wise, a variant of Conrad and Konrad

Koen – Of Germanic origin meaning ‘bold counsel’ it is a pet form of Koenraad.

Koenraad – Wise counsel or honest advisor

Koeraad – Wise counsel

Kohl – Kohl means Cabbage

Kohler – Kohler means Charcoal burner

Kolbe – Kolbe means Mace

Kolby – Kolby means Dark, Dark-haired

Kolman – German form of Latin Columbanus, meaning ‘dove.’ Compare with another form of Kolman.

Koloman – German form of Latin Columbanus, meaning ‘dove.’ Compare with another form of Koloman.

Kolt – Coal town

Kolten – Coal town, A variation of the name Colton

Koltin – The name means Coal Town

Kolton – Kolton means The Town that Has Coal

Kondrat – Bold or wise counselor

Konni – Wise counsel or honest advisor

Konrad – Bold advisor, wise, a spelling variation of Conrad

Konrad – The meaning of the name Konrad is ‘brave advisor’ or ‘bold counsel’. It is the German variation of the name Conrad.

Konradij – Wise counsel

Konradin – Wise counsel

Konstantin – German form of Roman Latin Constantine, meaning ‘steadfast.’ Compare with other forms of Konstantin.

Korb – Korb means Basket

Korbinian – Frankish German form of Middle English and Old French Corbin, meaning ‘little crow’ or ‘little raven.’

Korbl – Pet form of German Korbinian, meaning ‘little crow’ or ‘little raven.’

Kord – Kord name means One who Advises Wisely

Kort – Bold advisor, wise, a nickname for Conrad and Konrad

Kort – Wise counsel

Kory – Unclear

Kram – Kram is a boy’s name meaning ‘peddler’ that is a variant of the Old German name Cramer.

Kramer – Kramer is a boy’s name meaning ‘peddler’ that is a variant of the Old German name Cramer.

Kranich – Crane

Krischan – German variation of Christian, origin meaning follower of Christ’.

Kuefer – Kuefer as a boy’s name is of German origin, and the meaning of Kuefer is ‘barrel maker’.

Kueffner – Kueffner as a boy’s name is of German origin, and the meaning of Kueffner is ‘barrel maker’.

Kuhlbert – Calm or bright

Kulbart – Kulbart means Bright and Calm

Kulbert – Calm or bright

Kuno – German name derived from the word kuoni, meaning ‘brave.’

Kunz – Honest advisor

Kuonrat – Old High German name composed of the elements kuon ‘bold’ and rad ‘counsel,’ hence ‘bold counsel.’

Kurd – Wise counsel

Kurt

Kurt – A pet form of the names Conrad or Curtis, meaning ‘bold counsel’ or ‘courtly’ or ‘courteous’.

Kurtis – Courtier.

Kurtis – German variation of Curtis, origin meaning courteous, polite’.

Kurtt – Wise counsel

Kyler – German surname transferred to English forename use, from a derivative of the personal name Kilian, meaning ‘little warrior.’

German boy names starting with L

Lachman – Lachman as a boy’s name is of German origin, and the meaning of Lachman is ‘man from the lake’.

Lachmann – Lachmann as a boy’s name is of German origin, and the meaning of Lachmann is ‘man from the lake’.

Lajos – Well-known fighter

Lali – Germanic name that means Holiness

Lamar – Lamar as a boy’s name is pronounced la-MAR. It is of Old French and Old German origin, and the meaning of Lamar is ‘the water, land famous’.

Lamarr – Lamarr as a boy’s name is of Old French and Old German origin, and the meaning of Lamarr is ‘the water or land famous’.

Lamarre – Lamarre as a boy’s name is of Old French and Old German origin, and the meaning of Lamarre is ‘the water or land famous’.

Lambart – Name composed from Germanic words Bright and Land, a Promised Land

Lambegus – A Land that promises a Bright Future

Lambert – Light of land

Lambert – Land filled with brightness, from Germanic words ‘lan’ meaning lend and ‘beraght’ meaning bright

Lambertus – The Bright Shine of the Land

Lambirt – Glowing, golden estate

Lambrecht – A symbol of the new life and hope, the lights of the new lands

Lambret – Germanic name that means Light of the Lands

Lambrett – The lights that shines upon the land

Lammert – Low German form of Germanic Landebert, meaning ‘land-bright.’ In use by the Dutch and French.

Lampert – Land of the famous, Lamb herd

Lamprecht – Variant form of German Landoberct, meaning ‘land-bright.’

Lance – Lance has two meanings of either ‘lance’ or ‘spear’ and ‘land’ or ‘territory’.

Land – Famous land

Landebert – German name composed of the elements land ‘land’ and berht ‘bright,’ hence ‘land-bright.’

Landmari – Famous land, The one who comes from known land

Lando – Someone who is famous throughout the land, Bright Sun

Landoberct – Variant form of German Landebert, meaning ‘land-bright.’

Landrick – Land ruler, he who rules the lands

Landry – Powerful ruler.

Lang – Surname describing tall people

Lannie – Lannie as a boy’s name is of English and Old German origin, and the meaning of Lannie is ‘renowned land’.

Lanny – Famous land

Lanz – Territory of one’s Home Land

Lanza – Lanza as a boy’s name isof Old German origin, and the meaning of Lanza is ‘land’.

Lanzo – Lanzo as a boy’s name is pronounced LAHN-zo. It is of Old German origin, and the meaning of Lanzo is ‘land’.

Larenzo – Crowned with laurels

Laurenz – Crowned with laurels

Lauris – Variant of Lawrence. It means from Laurentum.

Laverick – Bright and cheery individual

Lavon – German word for yew trees

Leaham – The Irish version of the Germanic name William that contains the elements ‘wil’ meaning desire and ‘helm’ meaning ‘helmet’.

Leam – A variant spelling of the name Liam meaning ‘desire’ or ‘protection’. May also be a variant of the name Liem meaning ‘honest one’ in Vietnamese.

Lear – From the river Legra

Leberecht – German name composed of the elements lebe ‘live’ and recht ‘right,’ hence ‘live right.’

Ledger – Surname derived from the German name Luitger and composed of people and spear.

Lehman – Lehman as a boy’s name is of German origin, and the meaning of Lehman is ‘tenant, renter’.

Lehmann – Lehmann as a boy’s name is of German origin, and the meaning of Lehmann is ‘tenant or renter’.

Leica – A Germanic name with no meaning and is name of a popular camera brand

Lekso – Lekso is a nickname for Leksik. It means defender of men.

Lemar – Lemar as a boy’s name is of Old French, Old German, and American origin, and the meaning of Lemar is ‘the water or land famous’.

Lemarr – Lemarr as a boy’s name is of Old French and Old German origin, and the meaning of Lemarr is ‘the water or land famous’.

Len – Len as a boy’s name is of English and Old German origin, and the meaning of Len is ‘lion strength’.

Lenard

Lenard – Lenard as a boy’s name is of Old German origin, and the meaning of Lenard is ‘lion strength’.

Leni – Person who is devoted to God

Lenn – Lenn as a boy’s name is of English and Old German origin, and the meaning of Lenn is ‘lion strength’.

Lennard – Lennard as a boy’s name is of Old German origin, and the meaning of Lennard is ‘lion strength’.

Lennart – Lennart as a boy’s name is of Old German origin, and the meaning of Lennart is ‘lion strength’.

Lennell – Hardy like a lion

Lennerd – Lennerd as a boy’s name is of Old German origin, and the meaning of Lennerd is ‘lion strength’.

Lennert – Brave as a lion

Lennie – Lennie as a boy’s name is of English and Old German origin, and the meaning of Lennie is ‘lion strength’.

Lenny – Lenny is an abreviation of the English name Leonard. It is also a German name that means ‘brave’.

Lenya – Russian word for lion

Lenz – Contracted form of German Lorenz, meaning ‘of Laurentum.’

Leo – The name Leo is a boy’s name of German, Latin origin meaning ‘lion’.

Leofgeat – dear member of Germanic Geat tribe

Leon – Greek name derived from the word leon, meaning ‘lion.’ In use by the English and Germans.

Leonard – Bold as a lion, name of a medieval saint

Leonard – Leonard as a boy’s name is pronounced LEN-ard. It is of Old German origin, and the meaning of Leonard is ‘lion strength’.

Leonardo – By adding an O to the blunt Leonard, we turn Leonardo into a sensitive yet powerful soul. Clearly this is a dramatic name with a potential for greatness. From Leonardo da Vinci, who is widely hailed as one of the most brilliant minds and artists of the Renaissance, to Oscar-winning actor Leonardo DiCaprio, there is much talent at work here. Da Vinci was also the real-life inspiration for Leonardo, the skilled, disciplined leader of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles.

Leondaus – Leondaus as a boy’s name is of Old German origin, and the meaning of Leondaus is ‘lion strength’.

Leonerd – Leonerd as a boy’s name is of Old German origin, and the meaning of Leonerd is ‘lion strength’.

Leonhard – Leonhard as a boy’s name is of Old German origin, and the meaning of Leonhard is ‘lion strength’.

Leonhards – Latvian form of Leonard. It means lion.

Leonhardt – Variant form of Old High German Lewenhart, meaning ‘lion-strong.’

Leonid – Leonid as a boy’s name is of Old German origin, and the meaning of Leonid is ‘lion strength’.

Leonidas – Leonidas as a boy’s name is of Old German origin, and the meaning of Leonidas is ‘lion strength’.

Leonides – Leonides as a boy’s name is of Old German origin, and the meaning of Leonides is ‘lion strength’.

Leonis – Leonis as a boy’s name is of Old German origin, and the meaning of Leonis is ‘lion strength’.

Leopold – A bold man, prince of the people

Leopold – Leopold as a boy’s name is pronounced LEE-oh-pold. It is of Old German origin, and the meaning of Leopold is ‘brave people’.

Leopoldo – Leopoldo as a boy’s name is of Old German origin, and the meaning of Leopoldo is ‘brave people’.

Leorad – A ruler who is bold and brave for his people

Leudbold – Variant spelling of Old High German Luitpold, meaning ‘people-bold.’

Leue – A Bohemian surname that means Lion

Leupold – Leupold as a boy’s name is of Old German origin, and the meaning of Leupold is ‘brave people’.

Leutpald – Variant spelling of Old High German Liutpold, meaning ‘people-bold.’

Levin – The name Levin is a boy’s name of German origin meaning ‘dear friend’.

Lewenhart – Old High German name composed of the elements lewo ‘lion’ and hart ‘hardy, strong,’ hence ‘lion-strong.’

Lewes – Lewes as a boy’s name is of French and Old German origin, and the meaning of Lewes is ‘famous warrior’.

Lewie – Derived from Germanic origin meaning ‘fighter’or ‘famous warrior’, a variant of Louis.

Lewis-James – From Germanic origin meaning ‘warrior, fighter’, and James of Hebrew origin meaning ‘supplanter or follower’. James is the English form of Jacob.

Lewis – A variant spelling of the name Louis, or a pet name for Llewellyn, meaning ‘fame’ or ‘warrior’.

Lewy – German name for famous fighter in war

Lewys – The one of fame in war

Lexer – Lexer as a boy’s name is pronounced LEKS-er. It is of German origin. Short form of Alexander (Greek) ‘man’s defender’.

Liam-James – Liam’ is an abbrieviative version of ‘William’, which means ‘helmet, desire, protector’, James derived from the Hebrew ‘Yahweh may protect’.

Liam – The Irish short form of William, Liam is in a league of its own and far more popular than its counterparts, Will or Bill. The name first hit the top 5 in the US in 2013 and is equally popular in Canada, although it has been popular in Britain for far longer. Not bad for a name that was little heard outside Ireland until the 1800s. It has pop ascendancy thanks to One Direction’s Liam Payne, rock-and-roll cachet from Oasis frontman Liam Gallagher and movie-star cred from Liam Hemsworth.

Lian – Of Germanic origin, a derivative of Liam meaning ‘desire’ or ‘helmet’.

Lieb – The one who is loved the most

Lieber – Dear one

Likeke – Courageous ruler

Lilo – Person who is generous and giving

Lind – Norse name for Lime tree, linden tree

Lindberg – Lindberg as a boy’s name is of Old German origin, and the meaning of Lindberg is ‘linden tree mountain’.

Lindbergh – Lindbergh as a boy’s name is of Old German origin, and the meaning of Lindbergh is ‘linden tree mountain’.

Lindburg – Lindburg as a boy’s name is of Old German origin, and the meaning of Lindburg is ‘linden tree mountain’.

Linde – From near a lime tree

Lindeberg – From the linden tree mountain

Lindell – From near a lime tree

Lindeman – Lindeman as a boy’s name is of German origin, and the meaning of Lindeman is ‘dweller near the lindens’.

Lindemann – Lindemann as a boy’s name is of German origin, and the meaning of Lindemann is ‘dweller near the lindens’.

Linden – From near a lime tree

Linder – Linder as a boy’s name is of German origin, and the meaning of Linder is ‘dweller near the lindens’.

Lindsai – From the Lincoln island, an island of lime trees

Lindsay – A person who is from the Lincoln island.

Linfred – A peaceful individual with a peaceful personlity

Link – From a bank or a slope

Liudolf – A Famous Wolf, from the germanic word Hludwolf

Liutbald – Old High German name composed of the elements liut ‘people’ and bald ‘bold,’ hence ‘people-bold.’

Liutbert – Old High German name composed of the elements liut ‘people’ and berht ‘bright,’ hence ‘people-bright.’

Liutpold – Variant spelling of Old High German Liutpold, meaning ‘people-bold.’

Lochner – German variation of Lochlainn, origin meaning land of the Vikings’.

Lock – Lock as a boy’s name is of Old English and Old German origin, and the meaning of Lock is ‘woods, fortified place, or pond’.

Locke – Locke as a boy’s name is pronounced lahk. It is of Old English and Old German origin, and the meaning of Locke is ‘woods, fortified place, pond’.

Lockhart – Fresh water fish

Lodewick – Lodewick as a boy’s name is of French and Old German origin, and the meaning of Lodewick is ‘famous warrior’.

Lodovico – Lodovico as a boy’s name is of French and Old German origin, and the meaning of Lodovico is ‘famous warrior’.

Lodowick – Man from town Laurentum

Lodwig – Famous in battle

Loeb – Loeb as a boy’s name is of German origin, and the meaning of Loeb is ‘lion’.

Loeber – Loeber as a boy’s name is of German origin, and the meaning of Loeber is ‘lion’.

Loes – Superior fighter

Loew – Loew as a boy’s name is of German origin, and the meaning of Loew is ‘lion’.

Loewe – Loewe as a boy’s name is of German origin, and the meaning of Loewe is ‘lion’.

Loewy – Loewy as a boy’s name is of German origin, and the meaning of Loewy is ‘lion’.

Lombard – A long-bearded person

Lon – Noble and prepared

Lonnard – Lonnard as a boy’s name is of Old German origin, and the meaning of Lonnard is ‘lion strength’.

Lonni – Noble and ready

Lonnie – Noble and prepared

Lonny – Noble and ready

Lopaka – Brilliant fame

Lorah – Crowned with laurels

Lorand – Famous land

Lorencz – He who is from ancient Laurentum region

Lorentz – A variant of Lorenz which is a German form of Laurence

Lorenz

Lorenz – German form of Roman Latin Laurentius, meaning ‘of Laurentum.’

Loring – Famous in battle

Loring – Loring as a boy’s name is of Old German origin, and the meaning of Loring is ‘renowned fighter’.

Loritz – German variation of the name Laurel, laurel tree crown

Lorne – The name of an early Scottish chieftain and a place name.

Lorring – Lorring as a boy’s name is of Old German origin, and the meaning of Lorring is ‘renowned fighter’.

Lotar – Famous army

Lotario – Lotario as a boy’s name is of Old German origin, and the meaning of Lotario is ‘soldier of the people’.

Lothair – Famous in battle

Lothair – Lothair as a boy’s name is of Old German origin, and the meaning of Lothair is ‘famous warrior or soldier of the people’.

Lothar – Famous in battle

Lothar – Lothar as a boy’s name is of Old German origin, and the meaning of Lothar is ‘famous warrior’.

Lotharing – Well know in battle for his victories

Lothario – Lothario as a boy’s name is of Old German origin, and the meaning of Lothario is ‘famous warrior or soldier of the people’.

Lother – Lother as a boy’s name is of French and Old German origin, and the meaning of Lother is ‘famous warrior’.

Lothur – Lothur as a boy’s name is of French and Old German origin, and the meaning of Lothur is ‘famous warrior’.

Lotte – Man who has his freedom

Lou – French name for famous soldier, good warrior

Loudon – The name Loudon is a boy’s name of German origin meaning ‘from the low valley’.

Louie – Louie as a boy’s name is of French and Old German origin, and the meaning of Louie is ‘famous warrior’.

Louis – Famous warrior, popular French spelling of Ludwig

Louis James – The name Louis means ‘fame, loud, fighter, warrior,’ and the name James means ‘yahweh may protect, holder of heel, supplanter.’

Louis – One of the many spelling variations of this name, meaning ‘famous warrior’. A popular French name.

Louther – Louther as a boy’s name is of Old German origin, and the meaning of Louther is ‘soldier of the people’.

Lowden – One from the Low Valley

Lowen – Originally a surname meaning ‘one with lion-like characterisitcs’, refering to someone who appears brave and majestic.

Lu – A pet form of the name Louise, meaning ‘loud’ or ‘famous warrior’.

Lubbert – German surname transferred to forename use, derived from the personal name Liutbert, meaning ‘people-bright.’

Luca – Place name, a region in southern Italy

Lucas – Whether you believe that Lucas gains its luster from the Latin word for “light,” or means “the man from Lucania,” Lucas stands out. Consisting of three unvoiced consonants, the light L and S with a hard, decisive C in the middle, Lucas commands attention when it’s uttered. Its romantic origins have carried it across Europe, the Mediterranean and several Spanish-speaking countries. High School Musical’s Lucas Grabeel and YouTube personality Lucas Cruikshank are both memorable. Plus, there are enough players named Lucas in international soccer to form their own league!

Lucho – Lucho as a boy’s name is of French and Old German origin, and the meaning of Lucho is ‘famous warrior’.

Ludde – Well-known fighter

Ludek – Well-known fighter

Ludo – Ludo as a boy’s name is of German origin, and the meaning of Ludo is ‘famous fighter’.

Ludolf – People with wolf

Ludovic – Ludovic as a boy’s name is of French and Old German origin, and the meaning of Ludovic is ‘famous warrior or famous fighter’.

Ludovico – Ludovico as a boy’s name is of German origin, and the meaning of Ludovico is ‘famous fighter’.

Ludovicus – Ludovicus as a boy’s name is of French and Old German origin, and the meaning of Ludovicus is ‘famous warrior’.

Luduvico – Famous warrior

Ludvig – Ludvig as a boy’s name is of French and Old German origin, and the meaning of Ludvig is ‘famous warrior’.

Ludvik – Ludvik as a boy’s name is of French and Old German origin, and the meaning of Ludvik is ‘famous warrior’.

Ludwick – Ludwick as a boy’s name is of Old German origin meaning ‘famous warrior’. It derives from the Greek hero Ulysses who was known for being clever and resourceful.

Ludwig – Famous fighter, Ludwig van Beethoven is one of the most famous composers in history. He broke the norm of composing solely for social, religious, or teaching purposes, and earned a new freedom in music composition for others.

Ludwig – Ludwig as a boy’s name is of German origin, and the meaning of Ludwig is ‘famous fighter’.

Ludwik – Famous warrior

Lueis – A renowned fighter

Lughaidh – Famous warrior

Lui – Lui is a variation of the name Louie. It has various meanings including ‘fame’, ‘loud’ and ‘fighter’.

Luigi – Luigi as a boy’s name is of French and Old German origin, and the meaning of Luigi is ‘famous warrior’.

Luiginw – Famous warrior

Luis – Derived from Germanic origins, meaning ‘fighter or warrior’ , a variant spelling of Louis.

Luisinho – Well-known fighter

Luitger – Old High German name composed of the elements liut ‘people’ and gari/geri ‘spear,’ hence ‘people-spear.’

Luitpold – Old High German name composed of the elements liut ‘people’ and bold ‘bold, brave,’ hence ‘people-bold.’

Lukas – Light

Lukas – The name Lukas is a boy’s name of German, Greek, Swedish origin meaning ‘man from Lucanus’.

Luki – A fighter who found glory in the battle

Lutero – Lutero as a boy’s name is of Old German origin, and the meaning of Lutero is ‘soldier of the people’.

Luther – Luther as a boy’s name is pronounced LOO-ther. It is of Old German origin, and the meaning of Luther is ‘soldier of the people’.

Lutwick – Lutwick as a boy’s name is of Old German origin meaning ‘famous warrior’. It derives from the Greek hero Ulysses who was known for being clever and resourceful.

Lutz – Pet form of German Ludwig, meaning ‘famous warrior.’

Lyam – Lyam as a boy’s name is of Old German origin, and the meaning of Lyam is ‘will helmet or protection’.

Lydon – One from the linden tree hill

Lynde – A gentle person

Lynsai – From the island of the snakes

Lyo – Brave and strong like a lion

German boy names starting with M

Madelhari – Army or war counselor

Magdalena – Woman from Magdala a village on the Sea of Galilee

Mainard – Mainard as a boy’s name is of Old German origin, and the meaning of Mainard is ‘brave or hard strength’.

Maiti – Germanic – Mighty in Battle, Irish – Strong Battle Maiden, A variant of Matilda

Major – Spear counsel

Mal – Messenger of God, Chief, One of many names of Lord Krishna

Malfred – Germanic – Safe haven, Refuge, Malfrid is a variant of Malfred

Malger – Short form of German Amalger, meaning ‘work-spear.’

Mallorie – Old French – Unhappy, Unlucky, It is a spelling variant of Mallory

Mallory – War counselor

Mallory – Army counselor

Malory – Old French – Unhappy, Unlucky, It is a spelling variant of Mallory

Malte – A person protected by the helmet

Malthe – From the word Helmold, which means Power

Mandel – Mandel as a boy’s name is of German origin, and the meaning of Mandel is ‘almond’.

Mandell – Mandell as a boy’s name is of German origin, and the meaning of Mandell is ‘almond’.

Mandelson – Mandelson as a boy’s name is of German origin, and the meaning of Mandelson is ‘almond’.

Manfred – Manfred as a boy’s name is pronounced MAN-fred. It is of Old German origin, and the meaning of Manfred is ‘man of peace’.

Manfredo – Manfredo as a boy’s name is of Old German origin, and the meaning of Manfredo is ‘man of peace’.

Manfrid – Manfrid as a boy’s name is of Old German origin, and the meaning of Manfrid is ‘man of peace’.

Manfried – Peaceful

Manfried – Manfried as a boy’s name is of Old German origin, and the meaning of Manfried is ‘man of peace’.

Manfrit – Peaceful

Manfrit – Man of Peace, Hero’s Peace, Peaceful Strength, Powerful Peace, A variant of Manfred

Manheim – Manheim as a boy’s name is of German origin, and the meaning of Manheim is ‘swamp hamlet’.

Mann – Mann as a boy’s name is of German origin, and the meaning of Mann is ‘man’.

Manne – A variant of Mann which means Man, Husband, Person, Fierce or Strong Man

Mannes – A variant of Mann which means Man, Husband, Person, Fierce or Strong Man

Mannfred – Mannfred as a boy’s name is of Old German origin, and the meaning of Mannfred is ‘man of peace’.

Mannfryd – Mannfryd as a boy’s name is of Old German origin, and the meaning of Mannfryd is ‘man of peace’.

Mannheim – Mannheim as a boy’s name is of German origin, and the meaning of Mannheim is ‘swamp hamlet’.

Manni – Variant form of German Mann, meaning ‘man.’ Compare with other forms of Manni.

Mannis – Gaelic – Greatness, A variant of Mann which means Fierce and Strong Man

Mannleah – From the Hero’s Meadow, A derivative from name Mann

Mannton – From the Man’s, Hero’s Town, A derivative from name Mann

Mannus – Gaelic – Great, Large, A variant of Mann which means Fierce and Strong Man

Mansfeld – Coming from a hilly pasture, From the field by the stream, Locational name from Germany

Mansfield – Coming from a hilly pasture, From the field by the stream, Locational name from Germany

Mantel – Cloak bearer, Makes Garment, A variant is Mantle

Mara – Bitter, Variant of Maria, Destroyer

Margit – German Boy name meaning pearl

Margo – Pearl, Nice Girl with Big Eyes, Diminutive of Margaret

Markel – Markel as a boy’s name is of German and Latin origin, and the meaning of Markel is ‘dedicated to Mars’.

Markell – Of Mars, the god of war.

Markell – A variant of Mark, this German name refers to Mars, the God of War, and means war-like.

Marko – Serbian and Slovene form of Greek Markos, meaning ‘defense’ or ‘of the sea.’ Also in use by the Basques, Bulgarians, Dutch, Finnish, Germans, and Romani. Compare with another form of Marko.

Markos – Warlike

Markus – Of Mars. The Roman fertility god Mars for whom March was named.

Markus – German form of Latin Marcus, meaning ‘defense’ or ‘of the sea.’ Compare with another form of Markus.

Marlen – Man from Magdala

Marley – From English origin meaning from the march meadow, a surname that was taken from a place name meaning ‘pleasant wood’

Marlie – A forest of joy

Marly – Pleasant Wood, From the Meadow Near the Lake, A variant of Marley

Marr – Marr as a boy’s name is of Old German origin, and the meaning of Marr is ‘swamp’.

Marschall – Horsekeeper

Marsh – Horsekeeper

Marshal – Horsekeeper

Marshall – The name Marshall is a occupation-related surname. It derives from two Germanic words meaning ‘Horse’ and ‘Servant’ and was the name given to those who looked after horses.

Marshe – Horsekeeper

Martel – Hammerer

Martell – Warrior of Mars.

Martell – A warrior of the God of War

Marten – Low German form of Latin Martinus, meaning ‘of/like Mars.’

Marx – Marx as a boy’s name is of German origin, and the meaning of Marx is ‘of Mar, the god of war, or warlike’.

Marz – German variation of March.

Mase – Stoneworker

Masen – Stoneworker

Masili – An ocupational name, one who is a stoneworker

Massey – Massey as a boy’s name. Possibly derived from the German ‘masse’ meaning ‘mass, measure’, or possibly related to the Catholic Mass.

Mathais – German variation of Matthias, origin meaning gift of God’.

Mathe – Gift of Yahweh, Gift of God, Gift of the Lord, A variant of Matthew

Mathi – German variation of Matthias, origin meaning gift of God’.

Mathis – The name Mathis is a boy’s name of German origin meaning ‘gift of God’.

Matthaeus – German variation of Matthias, origin meaning gift of God’, ‘gift of God’.

Matthaus – German variation of Matthias, origin meaning gift of God’, ‘gift of God’.

Matthias

Matthis – German variation of Matthias, origin meaning gift of God’.

Mattie – Powerful and mighty in battle

Matz – German variation of Matthias, origin meaning gift of God’.

Mauer – Occupational name for a wall builder

Mauritius – Latin – Swarthy, Dark Skinned, Moor, A variant of name Maurice

Max

Maximilian

Maximilian – Short form of Latin Maximilianus, meaning ‘the greatest rival.’ In use by the English and Germans.

Maximillian – The greatest

Mayeer – Germanic – Farmer, Over seer, Bringer of Light, A variant of Mayer

Mayer – Germanic – Farmer, Over seer, Great, Steward, A variant of Magnus

Maynard – Maynard as a boy’s name is pronounced MAY-nerd. It is of Old German origin, and the meaning of Maynard is ‘brave or hard strength’.

Mayne – Powerful.

Mayne – Mayne as a boy’s name is of Old German origin, and the meaning of Mayne is ‘brave or hard strength’.

Maynhard – Maynhard as a boy’s name is of Old German origin, and the meaning of Maynhard is ‘brave or hard strength’.

Maynor – Powerful.

Maynor – Maynor as a boy’s name is of Old German origin, and the meaning of Maynor is ‘brave or hard strength’.

Mayor – Germanic – Farmer, Over seer, Bringer of Light, A variant of Mayer

Medard – Germanic – Good, Brave, Hardy, A variant of Medardo

Mederic – A very powerful person

Medvin – Medvin as a boy’s name is of Old German origin, and the meaning of Medvin is ‘strong friend’.

Medwin – Medwin as a boy’s name is of Old German origin, and the meaning of Medwin is ‘strong friend’.

Medwinn – Medwinn as a boy’s name is of Old German origin, and the meaning of Medwinn is ‘strong friend’.

Medwyn – Medwyn as a boy’s name is of Old German origin, and the meaning of Medwyn is ‘strong friend’.

Meier – Germanic – Farmer, Overseer, A variant is Mayer

Meinard – Variant spelling of German Meinhard, meaning ‘strong and hardy.’

Meinhard – Firm, See also Maynard

Meinhard – Old German name composed of the elements magin ‘might, strength’ and hard ‘brave, hardy, strong,’ hence ‘strong and hardy.’

Meinhardt – Meinhardt as a boy’s name is of Old German origin, and the meaning of Meinhardt is ‘brave or hard strength’.

Meinke – Firm

Meinke – Germanic – Hardy Strength, One who stands Firm, A variation of Meino

Meino – Firm

Meino – Meino as a boy’s name is of German origin, and the meaning of Meino is ‘brave or hard strength’.

Meinolf – Physically and mentally strong person, mightiest among the whole people

Meinrad – Strong advisor

Meinrad – Meinrad as a boy’s name is of Old German origin, and the meaning of Meinrad is ‘strong or mighty counsel’.

Meinyard – Firm

Meinyard – Germanic – Hardy Strength, One who stands Firm, A variation of Meino

Memo – Determination, aspiration, hood, shelter, shield.

Menard – Menard as a boy’s name is of Old German origin, and the meaning of Menard is ‘brave or hard strength’.

Menno – Pet form of Dutch and German names beginning with Mein-, from Germanic magin, meaning ‘might, strength.’

Merrick – Powerful and famous

Merriman – Merriman is a boy’s name.

Merten – Low German form of French Martin, meaning ‘of/like Mars.’

Meyer – a farmer

Miles – Army man, favored

Milo – The name Milo is a boy’s name of German origin meaning ‘soldier or merciful’.

Milon – Mill Worker,Variant of Miles, Derived from word Milan which means to Crush

Milou – A famed warrior

Mina – Mina as a girl’s name is of German origin meaning ‘love’. It is also used as a suffix in combination with other names.

Minze – Germanic – Mint.

Morency – Germanic form of Gallo-Roman Maurentius, meaning ‘of the Moors.’

Morgen – One who circles around the sea to defends it

Moritz – The name Moritz is a boy’s name of German origin meaning ‘dark-skinned’.

Mortiz – German variation of Maurice, origin meaning dark-skinned’.

Mozart – The name Mozart is a boy’s name of German origin.

Mueller – Mueller as a boy’s name is of German origin, and the meaning of Mueller is ‘miller’.

Muller – Muller as a boy’s name is of German origin, and the meaning of Muller is ‘miller’.

Myles – Army man, favored

Mylo – Army man, favored

German boy names starting with N

Naegel – Naegel as a boy’s name is related to the German name Nagel. The meaning of Naegel is ‘nail maker’.

Nagel – Nagel as a boy’s name is of German origin, and the meaning of Nagel is ‘nail maker’.

Nageler – Nageler as a boy’s name is related to the German name Nagel. The meaning of Nageler is ‘nail maker’.

Nagelle – Nagelle as a boy’s name is related to the German name Nagel. The meaning of Nagelle is ‘nail maker’.

Nagle – Nagle is a boy’s name meaning ‘nail maker’ that comes from the German name Nagel.

Nagler – Nagler as a boy’s name is related to the German name Nagel. The meaning of Nagler is ‘nail maker’.

Nandi – Ready to journey

Nando – Nando as a boy’s name is of Old German origin, and the meaning of Nando is ‘bold voyager’.

Napoleon – The one who loves mist and fog a lot, son of haze.

Nardo – Strong, hardy, an abbreviation of Bernardo and Leonardo

Nardo – Strong or hardy

Nef – Nephew

Nef – The son of brother or sister.

Nefen – Son of the siblings.

Neff – The son of my siblings.

Nefin – Nephew

Neto – Intense, solemn, serious, sincere.

Nicklaus – The overcoming man of the nation.

Nicko – God of Success

Nickolaus – German form of French Nicolas, meaning ‘victor of the people.’

Niclaus – Variant spelling of German Niklaus, meaning ‘victor of the people.’

Niklaus – German form of Latin Nicolaus, meaning ‘victor of the people.’

Nikolaus – Victorious, conquerer of the people. Variant of Nicholas.

Nikolaus – German form of Latin Nicolaus, meaning ‘victor of the people.’ Compare with another form of Nikolaus.

Nirendra – The one who came from northern cliff.

Nisse – Victory of the people.

Noah – Relaxation, restful, harmony, calm.

Noll – Elf warrior

Norbert – Shining one from the north

Norbert – Norbert as a boy’s name is pronounced NOR-bert. It is of Old German origin, and the meaning of Norbert is ‘northern brightness’.

Norberto – Norberto as a boy’s name is related to the Old German name Norbert. The meaning of Norberto is ‘northern brightness’.

Nordman – The person belongs from the northern area

Norm – Norm as a boy’s name (also used as a girl’s name), is related to the Old German name Norman. The meaning of Norm is ‘northerner’.

Norman

Norman – Norman as a boy’s name is pronounced NOR-mahn. It is of Old German origin, and the meaning of Norman is ‘northerner’.

Normand – Normand as a boy’s name is related to the Old German name Norman. The meaning of Normand is ‘northerner’.

Normando – Normando as a boy’s name is related to the Old German name. The meaning of Normando is ‘northerner’.

Normen – Normen as a boy’s name is related to the Old German name Norman. The meaning of Normen is ‘northerner’.

Norton – Norton as a boy’s name is of Old English and Old German origin, and the meaning of Norton is ‘northern town’.

German boy names starting with O

Oates – Oates as a boy’s name is related to the Old German and Old English name Otis. The meaning of Oates is ‘wealth’.

Oberon – Oberon as a boy’s name is of Old German origin, and the meaning of Oberon is ‘royal bear’.

Oberron – Oberron as a boy’s name is of Old German origin meaning ‘noble or royal bear’.

Obert – Obert as a boy’s name is of Old German origin, and the meaning of Obert is ‘wealthy and bright’.

Obrecht – One who is the guardian of the charming King. A protector of the fascinating king.

Ochs – Combination of the Quranic names Mohammed ‘The Glorious’ and Idrees ‘Trustworthy’ or ‘Patient’

Odalis – Riches

Odaliz – A rich person, wealthy and prosperous

Odall – A Spanish Variant of Moses that means off the water or taken out of the water.

Odalric – A Yiddish variant of Moses that means Delivered or derived out of water.

Odalys – Spell variant of Moses that means someone came from the water.

Odalyz – A prosperous, wealthy and rich person

Odard – A wealthy guardian, a guardian who is rich

Odbart – Wealthy

Odell – The one who is distressed or upset

Odhert – Wealthy

Odie – The superman among human being.

Odilio – Odilio as a boy’s name is of Old German origin meaning ‘fortunate or prosperous in battle’.

Odilo – Odilo as a boy’s name is of Old German origin, and the meaning of Odilo is ‘fortunate or prosperous in battle’.

Odilon – Odilon as a boy’s name is related to the Old Germna name Odilo. The meaning of Odilon is ‘prosperous in battle’.

Odis – Odis as a boy’s name is of Old German origin, and the meaning of Odis is ‘wealth’.

Odo – Variant form of German Otto, meaning ‘wealthy.’

Odolf – Odolf as a boy’s name is of Old German origin, and the meaning of Odolf is ‘prosperous wolf’.

Odolff – Odolff as a boy’s name is related to the Old German name Odolf. The meaning of Odolff is ‘prosperous wolf’.

Odulf – Odulf as a boy’s name is related to the Old German name Odolf. The meaning of Odulf is ‘prosperous wolf’.

Odwolf – The destiny, luck and a share of anything from the Almighty

Oeberon – Oeberon as a boy’s name is of Old German origin meaning ‘noble or royal bear’.

Oethelwald – A brave or courageous person from the forest

Oidilwald – A bravest man from the forest

Olav – Affectionate homegrown, sweet home.

Olbrecht – The color of Blue, conflict siren, combat hooter.

Oldrich – Rich heritage

Oldrik – The blue hill, blue peak.

Oli – Derived from Germanic origin meaning ‘elf warrior’or from the Laton for ‘olive tree’, a variation of Oliver.

Oliver David – The name Oliver has the Germanic meaning of ‘elf warrior’ but has also come from ‘olive tree’. David means ‘beloved’, ‘favourite’ or ‘darling’.

Oliver-James – A combination of names Oliver meaning ‘olive tree’ or ‘elf warrior’, and James meaning ‘supplanter’.

Oliver-Thomas – Derived from the Germanic meaning ‘olive tree’, ‘Oliver’ is popular in English and Germanic languages.’Thomas’ derived from the New Testament and meaning twin

Oliver – From the French meaning ‘olive tree.’ ‘Some believe it is Germanic in origin, meaning ‘elf warrior.’

Oliwer – Varient of the name Oliver meaning ‘elf warrior, olive tree’.

Olli – The sprite combatant or fairy fighter.

Ollie – From the Latin name Olive, refering to the olive tree, also means ‘elf warrior’ or ‘elf army’.

Olly – Meaning ‘elf warrior’ or ‘olive tree’, it is related to Oliver of English and German origins. It is used largely in the English language.

Olyver – ELF cadre or the same as olive tree.

Onfre – Onfre as a boy’s name is of Old German origin meaning ‘peaceful warrior’.

Onfroi – Onfroi as a boy’s name is of Old German origin meaning ‘peaceful warrior’.

Onofre – Fighter of peace

Onofredo – Onofredo as a boy’s name is of Old German origin, and the meaning of Onofredo is ‘peaceful warrior’.

Orbart – Wealthy

Orbert – Having abundant of money or possessions of value.

Orlain – A famour or well-known in the land

Orlan – The person who has the ability to perform skillfully.

Orland – The person who is without defect or blemish.

Orlando – Renowned in the land

Orlin – Renowned in the land

Orlondo – Renowned in the land

Orman – Orman as a boy’s name is of Old German and Old English origin, and the meaning of Orman is ‘sea man, spear man’.

Ormand – Ormand as a boy’s name is of Old German and Old English origin meaning ‘sea man or spear man’.

Ortwin – Middle High German name composed of the elements ort ‘point’ and win ‘friend,’ hence ‘point-friend.’

Osbald – A spiritual strength from god

Osbaldo – The spiritual strength or regulation from God.

Oskar – The name Oskar is a boy’s name of German origin, meaning God spear, or deer-lover or champion warrior’.

Ossie – Ossie as a boy’s name is related to the Old English name Oscar, and Old German name Oswald. The meaning of Ossie is ‘spear of the gods’.

Osvald – Osvald as a boy’s name is related to the Old German name Oswald. The meaning of Osvald is ‘God’s power’.

Osvaldo – Osvaldo as a boy’s name is related to the Old German name Oswald. The meaning of Osvaldo is ‘God’s power’.

Oswald

Oswald – Oswald as a boy’s name is pronounced OZ-wald. It is of Old German origin, and the meaning of Oswald is ‘God’s power’.

Oswaldo – Oswaldo as a boy’s name is related to the Old German name Oswald. The meaning of Oswaldo is ‘God’s power’.

Oswell – Oswell as a boy’s name is of Old German origin meaning ‘God’s power’.

Ot – Ot as a boy’s name is of Old German origin, and the meaning of Ot is ‘wealth’.

Ota – Ota as a boy’s name is of Old German origin meaning ‘wealth’.

Otek – A variant of name Otto, detailed and independent, fortunate

Otess – Otess as a boy’s name is of Old German and Old English origin meaning ‘son of Otto’.

Otfried – German variation of Otto, origin meaning wealthy’.

Otha – Otha as a boy’s name is of Old German origin meaning ‘wealth’.

Othello – Othello as a boy’s name is of Old German origin meaning ‘wealth’.

Othman – Othman as a boy’s name is of Old German origin, and the meaning of Othman is ‘wealthy man’.

Othmann – A wealthy person or fortunate human being

Othmar – One who has elements of wealth and fame

Otho – Otho as a boy’s name is of Old German origin meaning ‘wealth’.

Othomann – One who is born healthy and wealthy

Othon – A fortunate as well as wealthy personality

Otildo – Otildo as a boy’s name is related to the Old German name Odilo. The meaning of Otildo is ‘prosperous in battle’.

Otis – Wealthy, derivation of Otto

Otis – Otis as a boy’s name is of Old German and Old English origin, and the meaning of Otis is ‘wealth, son of Otto’.

Otmar – A famous, prosperous and wealthy person

Otte – One who is a born aristrocrat

Ottfrid – Ottfrid as a boy’s name is related to the name Ottfried. The meaning of Ottfrid is ‘wealthy peace’.

Ottfried – Ottfried as a boy’s name is of Old German origin, and the meaning of Ottfried is ‘wealthy peace’.

Ottild – Ottild as a boy’s name is related to the Old German name Odilo. The meaning of Ottild is ‘prosperous in battle’.

Ottildo – Ottildo as a boy’s name is related to the Old German name Odilo. The meaning of Ottildo is ‘prosperous in battle’.

Ottis – Ottis as a boy’s name is of Old German and Old English origin meaning ‘son of Otto’.

Ottmar – A wealthy and prosperous individual

Otto – Wealthy, a modern form of Odo used in numerous countries

Otto – Otto as a boy’s name is pronounced AW-toh. It is of Old German origin, and the meaning of Otto is ‘wealth’.

Ottocar – German variation of Otto, origin meaning wealthy’.

Ottokar – German form of Gothic Odovacar, meaning ‘watchful of wealth.’

Ottomar – German variation of Otto, origin meaning wealthy’.

Ottone – Ottone as a boy’s name is of Old German origin, and the meaning of Ottone is ‘wealth’.

Otys – Otys as a boy’s name is of Old German and Old English origin meaning ‘son of Otto’.

Ozzy – The name Ozzy has been used as a pet form of various other names. The name itself means ‘divine power’ and ‘divine protector’. Its most famous bearer has been the musician Ozzy Osborne.

German boy names starting with P

Packard – Packard as a boy’s name. Possibly (German) ‘dweller at the brook’ or may refer to a peddler’s pack.

Packer – A professional name for a wool packer

Paco – Germanic – Frenchman, Free One, A diminutive of the name Francisco

Pankraz – German form of Latin Pancratius, meaning ‘all power.’

Paris – Handsome prince from Troy

Parry – Harry’s son

Parsafal – Name of a hero, a valley piercer

Parsefal – One who is the valley piercer

Parsifal – Variant spelling of German Parzifal, meaning ‘pierced valley.’

Parzifal – German form of French Percevel, meaning ‘pierced valley.’

Parzival – German form of French Percevel, meaning ‘pierced valley.’

Pasak – A companion, one who is the Knight of round table

Paul – One who is humble and small

Paulin – The name Paulin is a boy’s name of German, Polish origin, meaning small’.

Paull – One who has a practical and judgemental person

Peer – Rock

Penn – Commander

Penn – Famous commander

Pennsylvania – From the woodlands

Penrod – The name Penrod is a boy’s name of German origin meaning ‘famous commander’.

Penu – Son, A variant form of name Ben, Ben is a short form of name beginning with Ben like Benjamin

Pepin – The name Pepin is a boy’s name of German origin meaning ‘awe-inspiring’.

Peppi – Petitioner

Peppin – Germanic – Perseverant one, One who petitions, A variant of name Pepin

Per – Rock

Percard – It is a historical area of France

Perry – Herry’s son

Pershing – One who deals with peaches

Pertti – Short form of Roopertti, A variant form of Alpertti which is diminutive of Adalbert meaning Bright Noble

Pfeffer – German variation of Pepper, origin meaning berry’.

Pharamond – Variant spelling of German Faramond, meaning ‘journey protection.’

Phauns – Phauns as a boy’s name is of Old German origin meaning ‘ready for battle’.

Philbert – Philbert as a boy’s name is of Old German origin, and the meaning of Philbert is ‘very bright’.

Philibert – Philibert as a boy’s name is of Old German origin, and the meaning of Philibert is ‘very bright’.

Philipp – German variation of Philip, origin meaning lover of horses’.

Phillbert – Phillbert as a boy’s name is of Old German origin, and the meaning of Phillbert is ‘very bright’.

Philo – English and German name derived from Greek Philon, meaning ‘to love.’ Also used as a short form of other names beginning with Philo-.

Phons – Phons as a boy’s name is of Old German origin meaning ‘ready for battle’.

Phonz – Phonz as a boy’s name is of Old German origin meaning ‘ready for battle’.

Pippen – A person who is fatherly or a father

Pippin – The name Pippin is a boy’s name of German origin meaning ‘awe-inspiring’.

Poldi – Pet form of German Luitpold, meaning ‘people-bold.’ Compare with another form of Poldi.

Poldie – Variant spelling of German Poldi, meaning ‘people-bold.’

Polk – One who will achieve grat glory in life

Porsche – An offering or a contribution

Prailes – A surname of German Origin

Predrik – A form of Frederick, meaning peaceful ruler.

Priidik – Estonian form of Frederick. It means peaceful ruler.

Priit – Short form of Priidik. It means peaceful ruler.

Primin – The first born.

German boy names starting with Q

Quene – One that advises bravely

German boy names starting with R

Rab – Rab as a boy’s name is of Old German origin, and the meaning of Rab is ‘bright fame’.

Raban – Variant spelling of German Hraban, meaning ‘raven.’

Rabbie – Rabbie as a boy’s name is related to the Old German name Robert. The meaning of Rabbie is ‘bright fame’.

Radbod – A leader of the consel

Radolf – Wise wolf

Radulf – German name composed of the elements rad ‘advice, counsel’ and wulf ‘wolf,’ hence ‘wise wolf.’ Compare with another form of Radulf.

Rae – German – Well advised protector, Rae is Diminutive Form Of Rachel Or Raymond

Raechard – Raechard as a boy’s name is related to the Old German name Richard. The meaning of Raechard is ‘powerful leader’.

Raemond – Raemond as a boy’s name is of Old German origin, and the meaning of Raemond is ‘protecting hands’.

Raemondo – Raemondo as a boy’s name is related to the Old German name Raymond. The meaning of Raemondo is ‘protecting hands’.

Rafael – German, Portuguese and Spanish form of Hebrew Rephael, meaning ‘healed of God’ or ‘whom God has healed.’

Rafe – Mainly used in the English Language, Rafe originated from Germanic roots meaning ‘wise and strong’.

Ragin – German – Advice, Counsel, A variant name is Regin

Raginmund – Old Frankish German name composed of the elements ragin ‘advice, counsel,’ and mund ‘protection,’ hence ‘wise protector.’

Raginwald – Old Frankish German name composed of the elements ragin ‘advice, counsel’ and wald ‘power,’ hence ‘wise ruler.’

Raimo – Protected counsel

Raimon – One who gives protective advices

Raimond – Raimond as a boy’s name is of Old German origin, and the meaning of Raimond is ‘protecting hands’.

Raimondo – Raimondo as a boy’s name is related to the Old German name Raymond. The meaning of Raimondo is ‘protecting hands’.

Raimonds – A form of Raymond, meaning guards wisely.

Raimund – Raimund as a boy’s name is related to the Old German name Raymond. The meaning of Raimund is ‘protecting hands’.

Raimundo – Raimundo as a boy’s name is related to the Old German name Raymond. The meaning of Raimundo is ‘protecting hands’.

Rainar – Germanic – Mighty, Counsel, Advice, Slavic – Happy, A variant of name Raina

Rainart – Rainart as a boy’s name is of Old German origin, and the meaning of Rainart is ‘brave counsel’.

Raine – Germanic – Mighty, Counsel, Advice, Slavic – Happy, A variant of name Raina

Rainer – Rainer as a boy’s name is pronounced RAY-ner. It is of Old German origin, and the meaning of Rainer is ‘deciding warrior’.

Rainhard – Rainhard as a boy’s name is related to the Old German name Rainart. The meaning of Rainhard is ‘brave counsel’.

Rainhardt – Rainhardt as a boy’s name is related to the Old German name Rainart. The meaning of Rainhardt is ‘brave counsel’.

Rainier – The name Rainier is a boy’s name of German origin meaning ‘wise army’.

Rainor – Rainor as a boy’s name is of Old German origin, and the meaning of Rainor is ‘deciding warrior’.

Rajmund – Rajmund as a boy’s name is related to the Old German name Raymond. The meaning of Rajmund is ‘protecting hands’.

Rald – Germanic – Famous Ruler, Famous Leader, Names Ralde, Rauld, and Raulde are variant forms of Rald

Ralf – Germanic – Wise and strong, A variant of Ralph

Ralph

Ralph – The male version of the name Ralphina. Used predominately in the English language, meaning ‘wise’ and ‘strong’.

Ralphie – Wise wolf

Raman – Advisor, protector

Rambert – A mighty and intelligent man

Rameero – Noted advisor

Ramero – Noted advisor

Ramey – Noted advisor

Ramhart – Mighty or intelligent

Rami – Arabic – Shooter, Germanic – Counsel, Advice, Great, Famous.

Ramiro – Germanic – Counsel, Advice, Great, Famous, A variant form of Ramirus

Ramon – German – Counsel, Mighty, Protection, Guard, Catalan form of Raymond

Ramond – Ramond is a boy’s name meaning ‘protecting hands’ that comes from the Old German name Raymond.

Ramonde – German – Counsel, Mighty, Protection, Guard, A variant form of Raymond

Ramone – It means ‘Well Advised Protector’.

Ramos – German – Counsel, Mighty, Protection, Guard, A variant form of Raymond

Ranald – Wise ruler

Rand – Germanic – Strong Defender, English – Son of the Shield, A variant of the name Randolph

Randal – Randal as a boy’s name is related to the Old German names Randall and Randolph. The meaning of Randal is ‘wolf shield’.

Randale – Randale as a boy’s name is related to the Old German name Randall. The meaning of Randale is ‘wolf shield’.

Randall – Randall as a boy’s name is pronounced RAN-dal. It is of Old German origin, and the meaning of Randall is ‘wolf shield’.

Randel – Randel as a boy’s name is related to the Old German name Randall. The meaning of Randel is ‘wolf shield’.

Randell – Randell as a boy’s name is related to the Old German names Randall and Randolph. The meaning of Randell is ‘wolf shield’.

Randey – Randey as a boy’s name is related to the Old German name Randall and English name Randy. The meaning of Randey is ‘wolf shield’.

Randl – Randl as a boy’s name is related to the Old German name Randall. The meaning of Randl is ‘wolf shield’.

Randle – Randle as a boy’s name is related to the Old German name Randall. The meaning of Randle is ‘wolf shield’.

Randolf – Randolf as a boy’s name is related to the Old German name Randolph. The meaning of Randolf is ‘wolf shield’.

Randolph – Randolph as a boy’s name is pronounced RAN-dolf. It is of Old German origin, and the meaning of Randolph is ‘wolf shield’.

Randon – Randon as a boy’s name is of Old German origin, and the meaning of Randon is ‘wolf shield’.

Randulfus – Edge of the wolf’s shield

Randulph – Wolf’s shield

Randwulf – A strong defender

Randy – Germanic – Strong Defender, A variant of the name Randolph, A variant of Randall

Rane – Rane as a boy’s name is of Old German origin, and the meaning of Rane is ‘deciding warrior’.

Ranell – Ranell as a boy’s name is related to the Old German name Raynor. The meaning of Ranell is ‘deciding warrior’.

Ranier – Ranier as a boy’s name is of Old German origin, and the meaning of Ranier is ‘deciding warrior’.

Ranieri – Ranieri as a boy’s name is related to the Old German name Raynor. The meaning of Ranieri is ‘deciding warrior’.

Raniero – Raniero as a boy’s name is related to the Old German name Raynor. The meaning of Raniero is ‘deciding warrior’.

Rannulf – Frankish German form of Old Norse Ranulfr, meaning ‘plundering wolf.’

Ranolf – Ranolf as a boy’s name is related to the Old German name Randolph. The meaning of Ranolf is ‘wolf shield’.

Ranulf – Variant spelling of Frankish German Rannulf, meaning ‘plundering wolf.’ Compare with another form of Ranulf.

Ranulfo – Ranulfo as a boy’s name is related to the Old German name Randolph. The meaning of Ranulfo is ‘wolf shield’.

Ranulph – Wise wolf, wolf-shield

Raoul – Wise wolf, wolf-shield

Rashard – Germanic – Powerful Ruler, Brave Ruler, A variant of name Richard

Raul – Variant of Ralph, the name means a group of wolves.

Raulf – One who has the wisdom of a wolf

Raulfe – He is wise like a wolf

Raulo – Germanic – Wise and Strong, Latin – Laurel, Bay

Rauly – Wise wolf, wolf-shield

Rawl – Wise wolf, wolf-shield

Ray – Originated in old German meaning ‘protection’, shortened version of Raymond, Rayner, Raymon and Rayshawn.

Raye – Advisor, protector

Raylan – Germanic – Counselor, Mighty, Advisor, A variant of the name Raymond, A variant spelling is Raylon

Raylen – Variant of Ray, defensive, protective, cautious.

Raylon – Germanic – Counselor, Mighty, Advisor, A variant of the name Raymond, A variant spelling is Raylan

Rayman – A protector who is very well advised

Raymand – Advisor, protector

Rayment – Rayment as a boy’s name is related to the Old German name Raymond. The meaning of Rayment is ‘protecting hands’.

Raymie – Advisor, protector

Raymon – Variant of Raymond, the name means hands that protect and shelter.

Raymond – Wise protector

Raymond – Everybody loved Raymond in the 20th century, in the 21st century, not as much. Still, it hasn’t fallen off the baby-name charts, as parents are continuing to choose old-fashioned names for their babies. Raymond fits right in with bros like Henry, George and Leo. Lots of famous Raymonds have whittled their name down to the slick one-syllable Ray, like actors Liotta and Romano.

Raymonde – Advisor, protector

Raymondo – Raymondo as a boy’s name is related to the Old German name Raymond. The meaning of Raymondo is ‘protecting hands’.

Raymun – Advisor, protector

Raymund – Raymund as a boy’s name is related to the Old German name Raymond. The meaning of Raymund is ‘protecting hands’.

Raymunde – Raymunde as a boy’s name is related to the Old German name Raymond. The meaning of Raymunde is ‘protecting hands’.

Raymundo – Raymundo as a boy’s name is related to the Old German name Raymond. The meaning of Raymundo is ‘protecting hands’.

Raymy – Advisor, protector

Raynar – Raynar as a boy’s name is related to the Old German name Raynor. The meaning of Raynar is ‘deciding warrior’.

Raynard – Raynard as a boy’s name is related to the Old German and Old French name Reynard. The meaning of Raynard is ‘strong decision’.

Raynell – Raynell as a boy’s name (also used as a girl’s name), is related to the English name Ray and Old German name Raynor. The meaning of Raynell is ‘deciding warrior’.

Raynier – Raynier as a boy’s name is related to the Old German name Rainer. The meaning of Raynier is ‘deciding warrior’.

Raynor – Raynor as a boy’s name is pronounced RAY-ner. It is of Old German origin, and the meaning of Raynor is ‘deciding warrior’.

Raynord – Raynord as a boy’s name is related to the Old German name Raynor. The meaning of Raynord is ‘deciding warrior’.

Rayray – Advisor, protector

Reamonn – One who is a well-advised guardian

Recardo – Strong power

Redmond – Redmond as a boy’s name is pronounced RED-mund.

Reel – A variant of name Radilo which is derived from name Radolph which means Counselor or Mighty Advisor

Reggie – Germanic – Well Advised Ruler, A pet form of the name Reginald, A variant of the name Reynold

Reginald

Reginald – From the Latin word ‘rex’ meaning ‘ruler’ , the Germanic meaning is ‘well adivsed ruler’.

Reginar – German name composed of the elements ragin ‘advice, decision’ and hari ‘army, warrior,’ hence ‘wise warrior.’

Reginhard – Old German name composed of the elements ragin ‘advice’ and hard ‘brave, hardy, strong,’ hence ‘wise and strong.’

Reginheraht – Mighty, Intelligent, Brilliant, Clever, Powerful

Reginmund – Variant spelling of German Raginmund, meaning ‘wise protector.’

Rehman – Advisor, protector

Reichard – Germanic – Powerful Ruler, Mighty Ruler, Daring power, A variant transcription of Richard

Reimo – A man who gives advices

Reimund – A derivative of Frankish German Raginmund, meaning ‘wise protector.’

Rein – Short form of German names beginning with Rein-, meaning ‘wise.’

Reinald – German variation of Reginald, origin meaning counsel power’, ‘counsel-power’.

Reinaldo – Germanic – Well-advised ruler, A variant of the name Reynold

Reinart – Reinart as a boy’s name is related to the Old German name Rainart. The meaning of Reinart is ‘brave counsel’.

Reince – A very rare first name, more used as a surname of German origin

Reiner – Counsel

Reiner – Germanic – Counsel, Advice, Army, Warrior, A variant of Rainer

Reinhard – Reinhard as a boy’s name is related to the Old German names Rainart and Reynard. The meaning of Reinhard is ‘brave counsel’.

Reinhardt – Reinhardt as a boy’s name is related to the Old German names Rainart and Reynard. The meaning of Reinhardt is ‘brave counsel’.

Reinhart – Reinhart as a boy’s name is related to the Old German name Rainart. The meaning of Reinhart is ‘brave counsel’.

Reinhold – Swedish variation of Ragnar, origin meaning warrior or judgment’, ‘counsel power’, ‘counsel-power’.

Reinier – Reinier as a boy’s name is related to the Old German name Raynor. The meaning of Reinier is ‘deciding warrior’.

Reinmund – Contracted form of German Reginmund, meaning ‘wise protector.’

Reino – Variant spelling of German Rein, meaning ‘wise.’ In use by the Danish, Finnish and Norwegians.

Reinwald – German variation of Reginald, origin meaning counsel power’, ‘counsel-power’.

Rejinaldo – Wise ruler

Renaldo – Germanic – Well-advised ruler, A variant of the name Reynold

Renard – Renard as a boy’s name is related to the Old German and Old French name Reynard. The meaning of Renard is ‘strong decision’.

Renardo – Renardo as a boy’s name is related to the Old German and Old French name Reynard. The meaning of Renardo is ‘strong decision’.

Renate – Latin – Born Again, Reborn, Rebirth, A variant of name Rene

Renauld – Renauld as a boy’s name is related to the Old German and Old French names Reynard and Reynold. The meaning of Renauld is ‘strong decision’.

Rence – A surname from German Origin

Rendall – Rendall as a boy’s name is related to the Old German name Randall. The meaning of Rendall is ‘wolf shield’.

Rendel – To have the power of wisdom

Rendell – Rendell as a boy’s name is related to the Old German name Randall. The meaning of Rendell is ‘wolf shield’.

Renier – Renier as a boy’s name is related to the Old German name Raynor. The meaning of Renier is ‘deciding warrior’.

Renke – Renke as a boy’s name is related to the Old German name Rainart. The meaning of Renke is ‘brave counsel’.

Rennard – Rennard as a boy’s name is related to the Old German and Old French name Reynard. The meaning of Rennard is ‘strong decision’.

Renner – German – To Run, Occupational name for a messenger, A surname of English Origin

Renny – Mighty, To rise again, Son of Reynald

Renold – A ruler who has a good adviser

Reto – German name meaning ‘of Rhaetia,’ a region in eastern Switzerland.

Reyen – A surname of German Origin

Reymond – Reymond as a boy’s name is related to the Old German name Raymond. The meaning of Reymond is ‘protecting hands’.

Reymundo – Reymundo as a boy’s name is related to the Old German name Raymond. The meaning of Reymundo is ‘protecting hands’.

Reynald

Reynald – King’s advisor

Reynaldo – Wise ruler

Reynard – Reynard as a boy’s name is pronounced ray-NARD. It is of Old German and Old French origin, and the meaning of Reynard is ‘strong decision, fox’.

Reynardo – Reynardo as a boy’s name is related to the Old German and Old French name Reynard. The meaning of Reynardo is ‘strong decision’.

Reynaud – Wise ruler

Reyne – An European surname. Can mean: to rule, the ruling couselor, queen or rath chain

Reyner – One who counsels the army in matters of war

Reynold – Germanic – Well Advised Ruler, A pet form of the name Reginald, A variant of the name Reynard

Reynolds – Germanic – Well Advised Ruler, A pet form of the name Reginald, A variant of the name Reynard

Rezso – Germanic – Famous Wolf, Legendary wolf, A derivative of the English Rudolph.

Rheinallt – Wise ruler

Rheinbeck – Rheinbeck as a boy’s name is related to the German name Rhinebeck. The meaning of Rheinbeck is ‘brook of the Rhine’.

Rheinlander – Rheinlander as a boy’s name is related to the German name Rhinelander. The meaning of Rheinlander is ‘dweller at the Rhineland’.

Rhen – A variant of German name Rehn which means a ridge or edge of a field

Rhinebeck – Rhinebeck as a boy’s name is of German origin, and the meaning of Rhinebeck is ‘brook of the Rhine’.

Rhinelander – Rhinelander as a boy’s name is of German origin, and the meaning of Rhinelander is ‘dweller at the Rhineland’.

Rhoads – Rhoads as a boy’s name is related to the German name Rhodes. The meaning of Rhoads is ‘where roses grow’.

Rhodas – Rhodas as a boy’s name is related to the German name Rhodes. The meaning of Rhodas is ‘where roses grow’.

Rhoderick – Rhoderick as a boy’s name is related to the Old German name Roderick. The meaning of Rhoderick is ‘famous power’.

Rhodes – Rhodes as a boy’s name is of German origin, and the meaning of Rhodes is ‘where roses grow’.

Rhodri – The Germanic meaning of Rhodri is ‘famously powerful’. It is also taken from the words ‘rhod’ and ‘rhi’ which means ‘wheel’ and ‘king’ respectively.

Rhodric – Rhodric as a boy’s name is related to the Old German name Roderick. The meaning of Rhodric is ‘famous power’.

Rhudi – A wolf famous among man

Rhymer – English cccupational surname referring to a person, A variant spelling of Rymer.

Ric – Strong power

Ricard – Ricard as a boy’s name is related to the Old German name Richard. The meaning of Ricard is ‘powerful leader’.

Ricardo – This Spanish and Portuguese version of Richard is especially popular in the US’s Latino communities. Richard, with Germanic origins, translates as “ric” (“powerful leader”). The name arrived in England via the French Normans in the 11th century and on the baby-name charts at the end of the 19th century. “Scandal” fans know a famous Ricardo: Actor Ricardo Chavira, who played doomed President Frankie Vargas on the drama series.

Ricbert – A bright, strong, powerful and mighty ruler

Riccardo – Riccardo as a boy’s name is related to the Old German name Richard. The meaning of Riccardo is ‘powerful leader’.

Ricci – Ricci as a boy’s name (also used as a girl’s name), is related to the English name Rick and the Old German name Ricky. The meaning of Ricci is ‘powerful leader’.

Rich – Rich as a boy’s name is of Old English and Old German origin meaning ‘old or powerful ruler’.

Richan – A surname from German Origin, Possible derivative from Rich

Richard – Powerful, strong ruler

Richard – Derived from the Germainic elements ‘ric’ and ‘hart’, together meaning ‘powerful leader’. Introduced to Britain by the Normans, it was used by three kings of England.

Richardo – Richardo as a boy’s name is related to the Old German name Richard. The meaning of Richardo is ‘powerful leader’.

Richardson – Daring power

Richart – Richart as a boy’s name is related to the Old German name Richard. The meaning of Richart is ‘powerful leader’.

Richenda – A strong and hard ruler

Richerd – Richerd as a boy’s name is related to the Old German name Richard. The meaning of Richerd is ‘powerful leader’.

Richey – Strong power

Richi – Strong power

Richie – Of Germanic origin, Richie means ‘powerful ruler’ and is a pet form of ‘Richard’. Also linked to the name ‘Aldrich’ , meaning ‘old ruler’.

Richmond – Strong protector, powerful defender, Richmond is the capital city of Virginia and a town in Yorkshire, England.

Richmond – The name Richmond is a boy’s name of German origin meaning ‘powerful protector’.

Richrit – A powerful one who will lead others

Rick – Daring power

Rickard – Rickard as a boy’s name is related to the Old German name Richard. The meaning of Rickard is ‘powerful leader’.

Rickert – Rickert as a boy’s name is related to the Old German name Richard. The meaning of Rickert is ‘powerful leader’.

Rickey – Rickey as a boy’s name is of Old English and Old German origin meaning ‘powerful or peaceful leader’.

Ricki – Strong power

Rickie – Strong power

Ricky – From the Germanic meaning ‘peaceful ruler’, Ricky is also a pet form of the English names ‘Cedric,’ Frederick, and ‘Eric’.

Rico – A Germanic form of Henrick meaning ‘lord of the manor’, a form of the English Henry.

Ricohard – Old High German name composed of the elements ric ‘power, rule’ and hard ‘bold, hardy, strong,’ hence ‘powerful ruler.’

Riely – From Germanic origin meaning ‘small stream, brook’, also a variant of Reilly.

Rigoberto – A ritch, bright and powerful person

Rigocatus – A mighty, powerful and strong man

Rihards – Latvian form of Richard, meaning ruler.

Riichi – A ruler of big power

Rik – Rik as a boy’s name is related to the Old German name Frederick and the English name Rick. The meaning of Rik is ‘peaceful ruler’.

Rikard – Rikard as a boy’s name is related to the Old German name Richard. The meaning of Rikard is ‘powerful leader’.

Riker – A very ritch and wealthy man

Rikert – Low German form of Old High German Ricohard, meaning ‘powerful ruler.’

Rikki – One who rules with a firm hand

Riku – German – Powerful Ruler, A variant of Richard

Riobard – Riobard as a boy’s name is related to the Old German name Robert. The meaning of Riobard is ‘bright fame’.

Riocard – Riocard as a boy’s name is related to the Old German name Richard. The meaning of Riocard is ‘powerful leader’.

Ripkin – An Surname of German Origin

Rishi – Of Germanic origin meaning ‘powerful ruler’, used chiefly in German and Spanish languages.

Risteard – Powerful ruler

Risteard – Rich and powerful ruler

Ritch – A ruler with great and mighty power

Ritchard – Ritchard as a boy’s name is related to the Old German name Richard. The meaning of Ritchard is ‘powerful leader’.

Ritcherd – Ritcherd as a boy’s name is related to the Old German name Richard. The meaning of Ritcherd is ‘powerful leader’.

Ritchie – Ritchie as a boy’s name is of Old English and Old German origin meaning ‘old or powerful leader’.

Ritchy – Ritchy as a boy’s name is of Old English and Old German origin meaning ‘old or powerful leader’.

Ritchyrd – Ritchyrd as a boy’s name is related to the Old German name Richard. The meaning of Ritchyrd is ‘powerful leader’.

Ritshard – Ritshard as a boy’s name is related to the Old German name Richard. The meaning of Ritshard is ‘powerful leader’.

Ritsherd – Ritsherd as a boy’s name is related to the Old German name Richard. The meaning of Ritsherd is ‘powerful leader’.

Ritter – The name Ritter is a boy’s name of German origin meaning ‘knight, mounted warrior’.

Roald – He who is very famous leader of men

Roar – Famed spear

Rob – Germanic – Bright famous one, Famously Famous, A variant of Robert

Roban – Roban as a boy’s name is related to the Old German name Robert and English name Robin. The meaning of Roban is ‘bright fame’.

Robart – Famous

Robb – Robb as a boy’s name is related to the Old German names Rob and Robert. The meaning of Robb is ‘bright fame’.

Robbe – Germanic – Bright famous one, Famously Famous, A variant of Robert

Robbee – Famous

Robben – Robben as a boy’s name is related to the Old German name Robert and English name Robin. The meaning of Robben is ‘bright fame’.

Robbey – One who is famously acclaimed

Robbi – A bright and legendary person

Robbie – Germanic – Bright famous one, Famously Famous, A variant of Robert

Robbin – Famous

Robbins – Robbins as a boy’s name is related to the Old German name Robert. The meaning of Robbins is ‘bright fame’.

Robbinson – Robbinson as a boy’s name is related to the Old German name Robert and the Old English name Robinson. The meaning of Robbinson is ‘bright fame’.

Robby – Robby as a boy’s name (also used as a girl’s name), is related to the Old German names Rob and Robert. The meaning of Robby is ‘bright fame’.

Robee – Famous

Robene – Famous, bright

Robers – Robers as a boy’s name is related to the Old German name Robert. The meaning of Robers is ‘bright fame’.

Robert

Robert – A royal name, Robert I was the father of William the Conqueror. Three kings of Scotland were also ruling Roberts, including Robert I of Scotland or Robert Bruce. (He’s one of the reasons there are so many people with the surname Roberts and Robertson running around.) Theatrical Roberts who have achieved “bright fame” in their careers include Robert Downey Jr., Robert Pattinson, Robert De Niro and Robert Redford. The nicknames Rob, Robb, Robbie and Robby leave the outdated Bob and Bobby behind in the dust.

Roberto – This is how you say Robert in Italian, Spanish and Portuguese. The charming, masculine name became increasingly popular in the US during the 20th century as Latino communities grew throughout the country. But in the 21st century, the opposite happened: Ethnic-specific names aren’t as prevalent as they once were. The trend is to go with the Americanized version, which doesn’t identify a person’s culture or family background. Names like Roberto, Pedro and Mikaila celebrate the US’s dynamic diversity and soul, so if you’re looking to keep your culture alive, this could be the perfect name for you and baby.

Roberts – Germanic – Bright famous one, Famously Famous, A variant of Robert

Robertson – Robertson as a boy’s name is related to the Old German name Robert. The meaning of Robertson is ‘bright fame’.

Robi – Robi as a boy’s name (also used as a girl’s name), is related to the Old German name Robert. The meaning of Robi is ‘bright fame’.

Robin – A pet form of the name Roberta, derived from the name Robert, meaning ‘famous’ or ‘bright one’. Also a reference to the redbreasted bird that is often used to symbolise the Christmas season, making this a popular name for children born in December.

Robinet – He whose fame is bright

Robinett – His fame burns bright

Robinson – Brilliant fame

Robley – Germanic – Bright famous one, Famously Famous, A variant of Robert

Robrecht – Germanic – Bright famous one, Famously Famous, A variant of Robert

Robson – Robson as a boy’s name is related to the Old German name Robert and the Old English name Robinson. The meaning of Robson is ‘bright fame’.

Roburt – Famous

Roburts – Bright fame

Roby – Of Germanic origin meaning ‘bright, famous one’ a variant of the name Robert.

Robyn – Germanic – Bright famous one, Famously Famous, A variant of Robert

Robynson – Robynson as a boy’s name is related to the Old German name Robert and the Old English name Robinson. The meaning of Robynson is ‘bright fame’.

Roc – Rest

Rocco – From Germanic origin meaning to roar, battle cry and the ‘hrok,’ meaning rest and repose.

Roch – He who seeks and finds glory

Rochelle – Rest

Rochus – An inactivity, resting

Rock – Germanic – To roar, Battle Cry, English – From the rock

Rockford – French – Strong Rock, Rockferd is a variant name of Rockford

Rockie – Rest

Rocko – Rest

Rocky – Pet form of ROCKNE

Rod – Form of RODNEY. from the island clearing

Rodas – Rodas as a boy’s name is of German origin, and the meaning of Rodas is ‘where roses grow’.

Rodd – Rodd as a boy’s name is related to the Old German name Roderick. The meaning of Rodd is ‘famous power’.

Rodderick – Rodderick as a boy’s name is related to the Old German name Roderick. The meaning of Rodderick is ‘famous power’.

Roddie – Roddie as a boy’s name (also used as a girl’s name), is related to the Old German name Roderick. The meaning of Roddie is ‘famous power’.

Roddric – Roddric as a boy’s name is related to the Old German name Roderick. The meaning of Roddric is ‘famous power’.

Roddrick – Roddrick as a boy’s name is related to the Old German name Roderick. The meaning of Roddrick is ‘famous power’.

Roddy – This name means ‘famous and powerful’ or ‘famous island’. It can be used as a pet form of the names Roderick or Rodney.

Roddyrke – Famed power

Roden – He who is from the red valley

Roderic – Roderic as a boy’s name is related to the Old German name Roderick. The meaning of Roderic is ‘famous power’.

Roderich – Roderich as a boy’s name is related to the Old German name Roderick. The meaning of Roderich is ‘famous power’.

Roderick – Famous ruler

Roderick – Roderick as a boy’s name is pronounced RAH-der-ik. It is of Old German origin, and the meaning of Roderick is ‘famous power’.

Roderigo – Roderigo as a boy’s name is related to the Old German name Roderick. The meaning of Roderigo is ‘famous power’.

Roderik – Roderik as a boy’s name is related to the Old German name Roderick. The meaning of Roderik is ‘famous power’.

Roderyck – Roderyck as a boy’s name is related to the Old German name Roderick. The meaning of Roderyck is ‘famous power’.

Rodge – Rodge as a boy’s name is of Old German origin, and the meaning of Rodge is ‘famous spearman’.

Rodger – Rodger as a boy’s name is related to the Old German name Roger. The meaning of Rodger is ‘famous spearman’.

Rodi – A notably powerful person

Rodman – Rodman as a boy’s name is pronounced RAHD-man. It is of Old German origin, and the meaning of Rodman is ‘renowned man’.

Rodmann – Rodmann as a boy’s name is related to the Old German name Rodman. The meaning of Rodmann is ‘renowned man’.

Rodnee – Rodnee as a boy’s name is related to the Old German and Old English name Rodney. The meaning of Rodnee is ‘Roda’s island’.

Rodney – Rodney as a boy’s name is pronounced RAHD-nee. It is of Old German and Old English origin, and the meaning of Rodney is ‘Roda’s island, island near the clearing’.

Rodni – Fame

Rodnie – Rodnie as a boy’s name is related to the Old German and Old English name Rodney. The meaning of Rodnie is ‘Roda’s island’.

Rodolf – German variation of Rudolph, origin meaning famous wolf’.

Rodolfo – Well known and liked, a performer.

Rodolph – Rodolph as a boy’s name is related to the Old German name Rudolph. The meaning of Rodolph is ‘famous wolf’.

Rodolphe – Rodolphe as a boy’s name is related to the Old German names Rodolfo and Rudolph. The meaning of Rodolphe is ‘famous wolf’.

Rodreck – Famed power

Rodrego – Famed power

Rodric – Rodric as a boy’s name is related to the Old German name Roderick. The meaning of Rodric is ‘famous power’.

Rodrick – Rodrick as a boy’s name is related to the Old German name Roderick. The meaning of Rodrick is ‘famous power’.

Rodrigo – Variant of Roderick, the name means well-known leader.

Rodrigue – Rodrigue as a boy’s name is related to the Old German name Roderick. The meaning of Rodrigue is ‘famous power’.

Rodrigues – Rodrigues as a boy’s name is related to the Old German name Roderick. The meaning of Rodrigues is ‘famous power’.

Rodriguez – Rodriguez as a boy’s name is related to the Old German name Roderick. The meaning of Rodriguez is ‘famous power’.

Rodrik – Rodrik as a boy’s name is related to the Old German name Roderick. The meaning of Rodrik is ‘famous power’.

Rodriko – Famed power

Rodrique – Rodrique as a boy’s name is related to the Old German name Roderick. The meaning of Rodrique is ‘famous power’.

Rodriquez – Rodriquez as a boy’s name is related to the Old German name Roderick. The meaning of Rodriquez is ‘famous power’.

Rodryck – Rodryck as a boy’s name is related to the Old German name Roderick. The meaning of Rodryck is ‘famous power’.

Rodryk – Rodryk as a boy’s name is related to the Old German name Roderick. The meaning of Rodryk is ‘famous power’.

Rody – A legendary powerful man

Roel – Variant of Roland it means well-known land.

Roeland – Roeland as a boy’s name is related to the Old German name Roland. The meaning of Roeland is ‘renowned land’.

Roffe – Legendary wolf

Rog – Rog as a boy’s name is of Old German origin meaning ‘famous spearman’.

Roge – Famed spear

Rogelio – Rogelio as a boy’s name is related to the Old German name Roger. The meaning of Rogelio is ‘famous spearman’.

Roger – Roger as a boy’s name is pronounced ROH-jer, RAH-jer. It is of Old German origin, and the meaning of Roger is ‘famous spearman’.

Rogerio – Rogerio as a boy’s name is related to the Old German name Roger. The meaning of Rogerio is ‘famous spearman’.

Rogers – Rogers as a boy’s name is related to the Old German name Roger. The meaning of Rogers is ‘famous spearman’.

Rogie – Famed spear

Rogiero – Rogiero as a boy’s name is related to the Old German name Roger. The meaning of Rogiero is ‘famous spearman’.

Rogyer – Famed spear

Rohmer – The name Rohmer is a boy’s name of German origin meaning ‘pilgrim, fame’.

Rojay – Rojay as a boy’s name is of Old German origin meaning ‘famous spearman’.

Rok – Rest

Rokee – Rest

Rokko – Rest

Roko – Rest

Rolan – Of Germanic origin meaning ‘famous landowner’ it is an alternative spelling to the English, German, French and Welsh name Roland.

Roland – Renowned in the land, Roland was a great legendary knight who served the medieval king Charlemagne.

Roland – Roland as a boy’s name is pronounced ROH-land. It is of Old German origin, and the meaning of Roland is ‘renowned land’.

Rolando – Famous in the land

Roldan – Roldan as a boy’s name is related to the Old German name Roland. The meaning of Roldan is ‘renowned land’.

Roldao – Famous land

Rolend – Famous land

Rolendo – Renowned land

Roley – Roley is a boy’s name meaning ‘renowned land’ that comes from the Old German name Roland.

Rolf

Rolf – Compare with another form of Rolf. Contracted form of Old High German Hrodwulf, meaning ‘famous wolf.’ This name came into Middle English use via the Normans.

Rolfe – Familiar form for either Ralph or Rudolph

Rolfe – Rolfe as a boy’s name is related to the Old German names Rolf and Rudolph. The meaning of Rolfe is ‘famous wolf’.

Rolla – He who is an owner of the legendary lands

Rollan – Rollan as a boy’s name is related to the Old German name Roland. The meaning of Rollan is ‘renowned land’.

Rolland – Rolland as a boy’s name is related to the Old German name Roland. The meaning of Rolland is ‘renowned land’.

Rollando – Renowned land

Rollie – Rollie as a boy’s name is related to the Old German name Roland. The meaning of Rollie is ‘renowned land’.

Rollin – Rollin as a boy’s name is related to the Old German name Roland. The meaning of Rollin is ‘renowned land’.

Rollins – Rollins is a boy’s name meaning ‘renowned land’ that comes from the Old German name Roland.

Rollo – The name Rollo is a boy’s name of German, Estonian origin meaning ‘wolf’.

Rolly – Rolly as a boy’s name is related to the Old German name Roland. The meaning of Rolly is ‘renowned land’.

Rolph – Rolph as a boy’s name is related to the Old English name Ralph, and Old Germans names Rolf and Rudolph. The meaning of Rolph is ‘wolf counsel’.

Rolphe – Rolphe as a boy’s name is related to the Old German name Rudolph. The meaning of Rolphe is ‘famous wolf’.

Rolund – Famous land

Rolundo – Renowned land

Romario – Of Germanic origin meaning ‘great, famous’ derived from a two-element meaning ragin and meri.

Romer – The name Romer is a boy’s name of German origin meaning ‘pilgrim, fame’.

Romuald – One who rules fith fame

Romualdo – A glorious one who is a King

Romy – A person from Rome, or can also mean Rosemary

Ron – Ruler’s adviser

Ronal – Ruler’s adviser

Ronald – Wise ruler

Ronaldo – Ruler’s adviser

Ronel – Ruler’s adviser

Roneldo – Ruler’s adviser

Roney – Hebrew – My joy, Song of Joy, Germanic – Well advised Ruler, A variant of Ron

Ronney – Ruler’s adviser

Ronni – Ruler’s adviser

Ronuld – Ruler’s adviser

Ronuldo – Ruler’s adviser

Roope – Brilliant fame

Roopertti – Brilliant fame

Roosevelt – Field of Roses

Roparzh – Bretons form of Robert, meaning bright fame

Roque – Sleep or rest

Roric – Roric as a boy’s name is related to the Old German name Roderick. The meaning of Roric is ‘famous power’.

Rorick – Rorick as a boy’s name is related to the Old German name Roderick. The meaning of Rorick is ‘famous power’.

Ross – Variant of Roswald

Ross – A mighty, noble, strong horse

Rossiter – Red

Rosston – Red

Rosswald – Field of roses

Roswald – Field of roses

Roswalt – Horse Mighty, Famous Horse, Powerful Horse

Roswell – One whose horse is mighty

Rotger – Low German form of Old High German Hrotger, meaning ‘famous spear.’

Roth – Red, redhead, used as a surname and given name

Roth – Roth as a boy’s name is of Old German origin, and the meaning of Roth is ‘red’.

Rothe – Rothe as a boy’s name is of Old German origin meaning ‘red’.

Rotia – Norman form of Roger, meaning famous spear.

Roul – Famous wolf

Rowe – Rowe as a boy’s name is related to the Middle English name Roe, the Old German name Roland and the Gaelic name Rowan . The meaning of Rowe is ‘roe deer’.

Rowland – Rowland as a boy’s name is related to the Old German names Roland and Rolf. The meaning of Rowland is ‘renowned land’.

Royce – Famous.

Royce – Royce means well-known. The names is often associated with the luxury car Rolls Royce.

Rozlyn – One who has the face as pretty as a rose

Rubo – Fair Haired, An English Surname from German Origin

Rude – Famous wolf

Rudee – Famous wolf

Rudey – Rudey as a boy’s name is related to the Old German name Rudolph. The meaning of Rudey is ‘famous wolf’.

Rudi – From the Germanic meaning ‘famous wolf’, ‘Rudi’ is a pet name of the English name ‘Rudolph’

Rudie – Rudie as a boy’s name (also used as a girl’s name), is related to the Old German name Rudolph. The meaning of Rudie is ‘famous wolf’.

Rudiger – Rudiger as a boy’s name is of German origin, and the meaning of Rudiger is ‘spear fame’.

Rudolf – Rudolf as a boy’s name is related to the Old German name Rudolph. The meaning of Rudolf is ‘famous wolf’.

Rudolfo – Rudolfo as a boy’s name is related to the Old German name Rudolph. The meaning of Rudolfo is ‘famous wolf’.

Rudolph – Rudolph as a boy’s name is pronounced ROO-dolf. It is of Old German origin, and the meaning of Rudolph is ‘famous wolf’.

Rudolpho – Rudolpho as a boy’s name is related to the Old German name Rudolph. The meaning of Rudolpho is ‘famous wolf’.

Rudolphus – Rudolphus as a boy’s name is related to the Old German name Rudolph. The meaning of Rudolphus is ‘famous wolf’.

Rudy – From the Germanic meaning ‘famous wolf’, ‘Rudi’ is a pet name of the English name ‘Rudolph’

Rueben – To see your son

Rufiger – Rufiger as a boy’s name is related to the Old German name Roger. The meaning of Rufiger is ‘famous spearman’.

Ruger – Famous spear

Ruggero – Ruggero as a boy’s name is related to the Old German name Roger. The meaning of Ruggero is ‘famous spearman’.

Ruggiero – Ruggiero as a boy’s name is related to the Old German name Roger. The meaning of Ruggiero is ‘famous spearman’.

Rui – Rui has the meaning of ‘famously powerful’ or ‘regal’.

Rune – Secret

Rune – A secrative man

Ruodrik – Famous ruler

Rupert – Bright with fame, variation of Robert

Rupert – From the Germanic meaning ‘bright famous one.’ It is used mainly in the Dutch, English and German languages. Also a variant of the Scottish ‘Robert’.

Ruperto – Ruperto as a boy’s name is related to the Old German name Robert. The meaning of Ruperto is ‘bright fame’.

Rupertus – Famous

Ruppert – Famous

Rupprecht – Variant form of German Hrodebert, meaning ‘bright fame.’

Ruprecht – Bright with fame, variation of Robert

Ruprecht – Ruprecht as a boy’s name is related to the Old German names Robert and Rupert. The meaning of Ruprecht is ‘bright fame’.

Rurek – Rurek as a boy’s name is related to the Old German name Roderick. The meaning of Rurek is ‘famous power’.

Rutger – Rutger as a boy’s name is related to the Old German name Roger. The meaning of Rutger is ‘famous spearman’.

Ruttger – Ruttger as a boy’s name is related to the Old German name Roger. The meaning of Ruttger is ‘famous spearman’.

Ryken – This version of the name ‘Rike’ or ‘Riken’ means a high-spirited man.

Ryker – The name Ryker is a boy’s name of German origin meaning ‘rich’.

Ryszard – Ryszard as a boy’s name is related to the Old German name Richard. The meaning of Ryszard is ‘powerful leader’.

Ryter – He who posesses Knightly qualities, a Knight

German boy names starting with S

Saacha – A person who helps and defends people

Saelac – A blessed one

Salomo – German variation of Solomon, origin meaning peace’.

Sander – Short form of Alexander

Sander – Sander as a boy’s name is of German origin. Variant of Alexander (Greek) ‘man’s defender’.

Sandino – Sandino as a boy’s name is of German origin meaning ‘defender of man’.

Sascha – German form of Russian unisex Sasha, meaning ‘defender of mankind.’

Saxan – A dagger or a short sword

Saxe – People of the dagger

Saxon – Saxon as a boy’s name is pronounced SAKS-un. It is of English origin, and the meaning of Saxon is ‘from Saxonny’.

Saxons – German tribe name

Saxton – A man with a knife

Scenwulf – The act of a wolf

Schaeffer – Schaeffer as a boy’s name is pronounced SHAY-fer. It is of German origin, and the meaning of Schaeffer is ‘steward’.

Schaffer – Schaffer as a boy’s name is related to the German name Schaeffer. The meaning of Schaffer is ‘steward’.

Schatzi – One who is dear and valuable

Schmidt – Blacksmith

Schneider – Schneider as a boy’s name is related to the Old German name Snyder. The meaning of Schneider is ‘tailor’.

Schroder – German variation of the English surname Smith

Schroeder – Occupational name, cloth cutter

Schubert – Schubert as a boy’s name is of German origin, and the meaning of Schubert is ‘shoe-maker’.

Schuler – Occupational name, a scholar or student priest

Schultz – Schultz as a boy’s name is of German origin, and the meaning of Schultz is ‘village magistrate’.

Sebastian – From the Latin surname meaning ‘from Sebaste’, refering to people from an area in what was then known as Asia Minor (Turkey ). Saint Sebastian is the patron saint of soldiers and athletes.

Segismond – Segismond as a boy’s name is related to the Old German name Sigmund. The meaning of Segismond is ‘victorious hand’.

Seifert – German variation of Siegfried, origin meaning victorious peace’.

Seifred – Peace after victory

Seifried – German variation of Siegfried, origin meaning victorious peace’.

Seigmond – Seigmond as a boy’s name is related to the Old German name Sigmund. The meaning of Seigmond is ‘victorious hand’.

Seigmund – Protector of triumph

Selda – A gray warrior

Selig – Selig as a boy’s name is of Old German origin, and the meaning of Selig is ‘blessed’.

Seligman – Seligman as a boy’s name is related to the Old German name Selig. The meaning of Seligman is ‘blessed’.

Seligmann – Seligmann as a boy’s name is related to the Old German name Selig. The meaning of Seligmann is ‘blessed’.

Selik – Blessed

Selik – The blessed one

Selmo – Selmo as a boy’s name is of Old German origin meaning ‘God’s helmet’.

Sender – Sender as a boy’s name is related to the German name Sander. The meaning of Sender is ‘man’s defender’.

Senta – One who assists

Sente – One who is there to help

Sepp – German form of Latin Josephus, meaning ‘(God) shall add (another son).’

Seppel – Pet form of German Sepp, meaning ‘(God) shall add (another son).’

Serle – A man who is armed

Severin – The name Severin is a boy’s name of German, French origin meaning ‘stern, serious’.

Shadley – The skull or one whith pecularity of skull

Shalom – Derived from the name Charlotte, a feminine form of Charles meaning ‘free man’ a popular European name.

Shearman – Shearman as a boy’s name is related to the Old English name Sherman. The meaning of Shearman is ‘shear man’.

Sherman

Sherman – Shearman

Shermon – German variation of Sherman, origin meaning shearer of woolen cloth’.

Sherye – A man who is free

Shubert – Shubert as a boy’s name is related to the German name Schubert. The meaning of Shubert is ‘shoe-maker’.

Shug – Intelligent

Siard – Northern German short form of Sieghard

Sibert – A famous victory

Siegbert – Old High German name composed of the elements sige ‘victory’ and berht ‘bright,’ hence ‘bright victory.’

Siegfrid – Variant spelling of Old High German Siegfried, meaning ‘victory-peace.’

Siegfried – Victorious peace

Siegfried – Old High German name composed of the elements sige ‘victory’ and frid ‘peace,’ hence ‘victory-peace.’ In German legend, this is the name of the husband of Kriemhild.

Sieghard – Old High German name composed of the elements sige ‘victory’ and hard ‘brave, hardy,’ hence ‘hardy victory.’

Siegmund – Siegmund as a boy’s name is related to the Old German name Sigmund. The meaning of Siegmund is ‘victorious hand’.

Siegwald – Siegwald as a boy’s name is related to the Old German name Sigwald. The meaning of Siegwald is ‘victorious leader’.

Siegward – Old High German name composed of the elements sige ‘victory’ and wart ‘guard,’ hence ‘victory guard.’

Siemen – Dutch and German form of Greek Symeon, meaning ‘hearkening.’

Sievert – He who is a victory’s guarfian

Sig – A victory that bring peace and protection

Sigbert – One bright like a victory

Sige – A victorious person

Sigelac – A dance of the victory, a victory dance

Sigerith – One who rules due to his victories

Sigewulf – A victorious wolf

Sigfred – Sigfred as a boy’s name is related to the Old German name Siegfried. The meaning of Sigfred is ‘peace of victory’.

Sigfreda – He protects the victories

Sigfrid – Sigfrid as a boy’s name is related to the Old German name Siegfried. The meaning of Sigfrid is ‘peace of victory’.

Sigfried – Sigfried as a boy’s name is related to the Old German name Siegfried. The meaning of Sigfried is ‘peace of victory’.

Sigfriede – A victorious peace, a victory of the peace

Sigfryd – Sigfryd as a boy’s name is related to the Old German name Siegfried. The meaning of Sigfryd is ‘peace of victory’.

Sigge – Victorious protection

Siggi – Victory, Peace

Sighard – A bravely achieved victory

Sigi – Pet form of Old High German Siegfried, meaning ‘victory-peace.’ Compare with feminine Sigi.

Sigifrid – Victorious

Sigifrid – Victorious

Sigifrith – Victorious

Sigifrith – Victorious

Sigismond – Sigismond as a boy’s name is related to the Old German name Sigmund. The meaning of Sigismond is ‘victorious hand’.

Sigismondo – Sigismondo as a boy’s name is related to the Old German name Sigmund. The meaning of Sigismondo is ‘victorious hand’.

Sigismund – Sigismund as a boy’s name is related to the Old German name Sigmund. The meaning of Sigismund is ‘victorious hand’.

Sigismundo – Sigismundo as a boy’s name is related to the Old German name Sigmund. The meaning of Sigismundo is ‘victorious hand’.

Sigismundus – Sigismundus as a boy’s name is related to the Old German name Sigmund. The meaning of Sigismundus is ‘victorious hand’.

Sigiswald – Old High German name composed of the elements sige ‘victory’ and wald ‘rule,’ hence ‘victory rule.’

Sigiwald – Victorious protector

Sigmond – Sigmond as a boy’s name is related to the Old German name Sigmund. The meaning of Sigmond is ‘victorious hand’.

Sigmund – Victorious protection

Sigmund – Old High German name composed of the elements sige ‘victory’ and mund ‘protection,’ hence ‘victory-protection.’ Compare with another form of Sigmund.

Sigreda – A wise councel that brings victory

Sigvard – Sigvard as a boy’s name is related to the Old German name Siegfried. The meaning of Sigvard is ‘peace of victory’.

Sigwald – Sigwald as a boy’s name is of Old German origin, and the meaning of Sigwald is ‘victorious leader’.

Sigwalt – Victorious ruler

Sigwalt – One who is a ruler of many victories

Sikke – Frisian pet form of Germanic names beginning with sige, meaning ‘victory.’

Silberman – Silberman as a boy’s name is related to the Old German name Silverman. The meaning of Silberman is ‘silver worker’.

Silbermann – Silbermann as a boy’s name is related to the Old German name Silverman. The meaning of Silbermann is ‘silver worker’.

Siler – One who makes ropes for living

Silvan – German variation of Silvain, origin meaning wood, forest’.

Silverman – Silverman as a boy’s name is of Old German origin, and the meaning of Silverman is ‘silver worker’.

Silvester

Silvester – German variation of Silvain, origin meaning wood, forest’, ‘wood, forest’.

Silvestre – Of the woods

Silvestro – Of the woods

Simmy – German variation of Simon, origin meaning the listener’.

Sinbad – To be a Prince

Siward – He who protects and guards with his victories

Siwardus – To guide with one’s victories

Sjoerd – Frisian form of Old High German Siegward, meaning ‘victory guard.’

Snider – Snider as a boy’s name is related to the Old German name Snyder. The meaning of Snider is ‘tailor’.

Snyder – Snyder as a boy’s name is of Old German origin, and the meaning of Snyder is ‘tailor’.

Somerhild – One who goes to war in the summer

Sonnen – One who is just like the Sun

Sorrell – Sorrell as a girl’s name (also used as a boy’s name) is a variant of the Old French name Sorrel.

Spangler – He is a tinsmith

Spengler – An occupational name, one who is a tinsmith

Stadler – A person who lives and works near the barn

Stadtler – He lives near the barn

Stanislav – The name Stanislav is a boy’s name of German origin meaning ‘someone who achieves glory or fame’.

Starck – Starck as a boy’s name is of German origin meaning ‘strong’.

Stark – Stark as a boy’s name is of German origin, and the meaning of Stark is ‘strong’.

Starke – Starke as a boy’s name is of German origin meaning ‘strong’.

Stearn – Stearn as a boy’s name is related to the Middle English and German name Sterne. The meaning of Stearn is ‘stern’.

Stearne – Stearne as a boy’s name is related to the Middle English and German name Sterne. The meaning of Stearne is ‘stern’.

Stearns – Stearns as a boy’s name is related to the Middle English and German name Sterne. The meaning of Stearns is ‘stern’.

Steen – Steen as a boy’s name is related to the German name Stein. The meaning of Steen is ‘stone’.

Stefan – Crown, wreath. Variant of Stephen.

Stefan – German form of Latin Stephanus, meaning ‘crown.’ Compare with other forms of Stefan.

Stefanie – Crown

Steffen – Low German form of Latin Stephanus, meaning ‘crown.’

Stein – Stone, surname

Stein – Stein as a boy’s name is of German origin, and the meaning of Stein is ‘stone’.

Steiner – A person made of stone

Stella – Star of the sea

Sten – Sten as a boy’s name is related to the German name Stein. The meaning of Sten is ‘stone’.

Stendre – A person whose personality is compared to stone

Steno – Steno as a boy’s name is related to the German name Stein. The meaning of Steno is ‘stone’.

Stensen – Stensen as a boy’s name is related to the German name Stein. The meaning of Stensen is ‘stone’.

Stenssen – Stenssen as a boy’s name is related to the German name Stein. The meaning of Stenssen is ‘stone’.

Stephan – German form of Latin Stephanus, meaning ‘crown.’

Sterling – Of high quality, pure, refers to sterling silver, and may come from the star emblem found on early coins

Sterling – Of high quality or pure

Sterlyn – Of high quality or pure

Stern – Stern as a boy’s name is related to the Middle English and German name Sterne. The meaning of Stern is ‘stern’.

Sterne – Sterne as a boy’s name is of Middle English and German origin, and the meaning of Sterne is ‘stern, star’.

Stirling – Of high quality or pure

Straus – Straus as a boy’s name is of German origin, and the meaning of Straus is ‘bouquet, ostrich, fight’.

Strauss – Strauss as a boy’s name is related to the German name Straus. The meaning of Strauss is ‘bouquet’.

Streiter – One who is a true warrior

Strom – Strom as a boy’s name is of German origin, and the meaning of Strom is ‘brook, stream’.

Sunqur – To be like the sun

Sussmann – German name meaning ‘sweet man.’

Sygfried – Sygfried as a boy’s name is related to the Old German name Siegfried. The meaning of Sygfried is ‘peace of victory’.

Sylwester – Of the woods

Szymond – Szymond as a boy’s name is related to the Old German name Sigmund. The meaning of Szymond is ‘victorious hand’.

German boy names starting with T

Tab – Tab as a boy’s name is of English origin. Nickname of David. Possibly (Old German) ‘shining, brilliant’ or (Middle English) ‘drummer’.

Tabb – Resplendent, Attractive and impressive through being richly sumptuous

Tabbart – Brilliant

Tabbart – A brilliant man

Tadday – German name, perhaps derived from Aramaic Thaddai, meaning ‘courageous, large-hearted.’

Tahbert – Brilliant

Tahbert – Shining brilliantly

Talbot – One who brings the message of destruction

Talebot – A friend of God

Tallbot – Messenger of destruction

Tallbott – Brings a message of destruction

Tamino – He who is a twin brother

Tancred – Tancred as a boy’s name is of Old German origin, and the meaning of Tancred is ‘well-considered counsel or advice’.

Tancredi – Tancredi as a boy’s name is related to the Old German name Tancred. The meaning of Tancredi is ‘well-considered counsel’.

Tancredo – Tancredo as a boy’s name is related to the Old German name Tancred. The meaning of Tancredo is ‘well-considered counsel’.

Tankred – A well tought advice

Tannen – A fire tree

Tannon – Tannon as a boy’s name. Invented name, possibly based on Tanner or on Shannon, or on ‘tanne’, the German term for ‘fir tree’, as in the famous Christmas carol, ‘O Tannenbaum’.

Tasman – Dutch form of German surname Tessmann, means man of consolation

Tavin – A nickname for Gustav royal staff.

Tavin – Staff of the Goths

Teal – Greenish Blue Color

Tebaldo – Hardy

Tederich – Low German form of Old High German Dietrich, meaning ‘first of the people, king of nations.’

Tedrick

Tedrick – Ruler of the people

Tel – Powerful ruler of the people

Teobaldo – Teobaldo as a boy’s name is related to the Old German name Theobald. The meaning of Teobaldo is ‘brave people’.

Teodorico – Teodorico as a boy’s name is related to the Old German name Theodoric. The meaning of Teodorico is ‘power of the tribe’.

Terel – A powerful ruler of thunder

Terell – Thunder ruler

Terenz – German variation of Terence.

Terrall – Man with great power

Terrel – Powerful.

Terrel – Thunder ruler

Terrell – Thunder ruler

Terrelle – Powerful.

Terrelle – One who is powerful

Terriel – A powerful one

Terrill – Thunder ruler

Terry – Powerful ruler of the people

Tewdor – German variation of Theodore, origin meaning gift of God’.

Thane – Northern German variation of Matthias

Thebaldus – A friend of God

Thebault – Thebault as a boy’s name is related to the Old German name Theobald. The meaning of Thebault is ‘brave people’.

Thedric – Thedric as a boy’s name is related to the Old German name Theodoric. The meaning of Thedric is ‘power of the tribe’.

Thedrick – Thedrick is a boy’s name meaning ‘power of the tribe’ that comes from the Old German name Theodoric.

Thelonious – Powerful ruler of the people

Thelonius – A farmer

Theobald – Theobald as a boy’s name is of Old German origin, and the meaning of Theobald is ‘brave people’.

Theobaldus – Brave people

Theodbald – A bold man

Theodebald – Hardy

Theodgar – A man with a spear

Theodlac – One who is beloved to the god

Theodor – German variation of Theodore, origin meaning gift of God’.

Theodoric – Theodoric as a boy’s name is of Old German origin, and the meaning of Theodoric is ‘power of the tribe’.

Theodric – Theodric as a boy’s name is related to the Old German name Theodoric. The meaning of Theodric is ‘power of the tribe’.

Theodulf – The God of wolf

Theresa – A harvester

Therese – Harvester

Theudobald – Old High German name composed of the elements theuda ‘people’ and bald ‘bold,’ hence ‘people-bold.’

Thibaud – Thibaud as a boy’s name is related to the Old German name Theobald. The meaning of Thibaud is ‘brave people’.

Thibault – Thibault as a boy’s name is related to the Old German name Theobald. The meaning of Thibault is ‘brave people’.

Thibaut – Thibaut as a boy’s name is related to the Old German name Theobald. The meaning of Thibaut is ‘brave people’.

Thierry – Powerful ruler of the people

Thilo – Thilo as a boy’s name is related to the German name Till. The meaning of Thilo is ‘power of the tribe’.

Thomas – Medieval short form of all German male names beginning with the prefix Diet (as in Dietrich)

Thomas William – Thomas , from the Aramaic word ‘ta-om’ meaning twin and William derived from Germanic, meaning ‘helmet or protection’.

Thurman – Thurman as a boy’s name is of Old German origin, and the meaning of Thurman is ‘Thor’s protection’.

Thurmon – Thurmon is a boy’s name meaning ‘Thor’s protection’ that comes from the Old German name Thurman.

Tibold – Tibold as a boy’s name is related to the Old German name Theobald. The meaning of Tibold is ‘brave people’.

Tidwulf – The wolf of its time, or the time wolf

Tiebold – Tiebold as a boy’s name is related to the Old German name Theobald. The meaning of Tiebold is ‘brave people’.

Tiebout – Tiebout as a boy’s name is related to the Old German name Theobald. The meaning of Tiebout is ‘brave people’.

Tielo – Low German pet form of names beginning with Diet-, meaning ‘people, race.’

Tihalt – A brave prince of the people

Til – The people, or the rule of people

Till – Short form of German Tillo, a pet form of names beginning with Diet-, meaning ‘people, race.’

Tillman – Mighty in battle

Tillmann – Ruler of the people

Tillo – From Low German Tielo, a pet form of names beginning with Diet-, meaning ‘people, race.’

Tillot – The village of a mighty person from battle

Tillote – A person from the battle who is mighty

Tilmann – Tilmann as a boy’s name is related to the German name Till. The meaning of Tilmann is ‘power of the tribe’.

Tilmund – One who protects the people, or protection of people

Timo – The name Timo is a boy’s name of German, Finnish origin meaning ‘honoring God’.

Timotheus – German variation of Timothy, origin meaning honoring God’.

Tinder – To ignite or to kindle, also one who sells ink

Tipp – The people or race, bold or brave

Tiwaz – Old German name connected to Latin Deus, a form of Greek Zeus, all meaning ‘god.’

Tiziana – An honoured one, who is honoured

Tjark – Frisian name derived from Low German Diederick, meaning ‘first of the people, king of nations.’

Tomah – Twin

Tomas – The name Tomas is a boy’s name of German, Portuguese origin meaning ‘twin’.

Tonjes – Frisian pet form of German Anton, possibly meaning ‘invaluable.’

Topp – In English it means crest. In German it refers to a point of some high structure or tree top

Toralf – Supernatural powers of the thunder God

Torhtsige – The victory of thunder God

Torkel – Thor’s cauldron.

Tota – A free man, manly or male

Totavali – A man from the foreign land

Totavalus – A man who came from the other land

Traugott – Traugott as a boy’s name is of German origin, and the meaning of Traugott is ‘faith in God’.

Travon – A variant of Trayvon meaning brave.

Trayger – One who carries, a peddler or a porter

Treffen – One who meets others, social person

Trennen – Divides

Tretan – Walks

Trost – Comfort, confidence or trust

Trott – One who is the son of Troit

Tru – Loyal or devoted

True

True – Loyal or devoted

Truman – Spear of strength, diminutive of Gertrude commonly used as an independent name

Tudor – Powerful ruler of the people

Twilliam – Willful, a resolute protector with a helmet

Tybald – Tybald as a boy’s name is related to the Old German name Theobald. The meaning of Tybald is ‘brave people’.

Tybalt – Tybalt as a boy’s name is related to the Old German name Theobald. The meaning of Tybalt is ‘brave people’.

Tybault – Tybault as a boy’s name is related to the Old German name Theobald. The meaning of Tybault is ‘brave people’.

German boy names starting with U

Ubel – Evil

Uberto – Bright mind, Intelligent, Italian form of Hubert, Bright Spirit.

Udo – German form of Old Norman French Eudo, meaning ‘child.’ Compare with another form of Udo.

Ugo – Intelligent

Ulberto – Ulberto as a boy’s name is of Old German origin meaning ‘bright or shining intellect’.

Ulbrecht – Germanic – Famous for his inheritance, Nobly Famous, Aristocratic and bright, A variation of Albert

Ulbricht – Ulbricht as a boy’s name is of Old German origin meaning ‘noble, bright, and famous’.

Ulf – Ulf as a boy’s name is of Old German origin, and the meaning of Ulf is ‘wolf’.

Ulfric – Norman Germanic equivalent of Anglo-Saxon Wulfric, meaning ‘wolf power.’

Uli Ulrik – Master of possessions

Uli – A noble leader

Ullric – Ullric as a boy’s name is of English and Old German origin meaning ‘power of the wolf’.

Ullrich – Ullrich as a boy’s name is of Old German origin meaning ‘noble or regal ruler’.

Ulman – Germanic – Man from Ulm, Germancy, A variation of Ulman is Ullman

Ulric – Strong willed, from the Norse ullr, willful, determined

Ulric – Ulric as a boy’s name is pronounced UL-rik. It is of English and Old German origin, and the meaning of Ulric is ‘power of the wolf, power of the home’.

Ulrich – Old High German name, derived from the word uodalrich, composed of the elements uodal ‘prosperity’ and ric ‘power, rule,’ hence ‘prosperity and power.’

Ulrick – Ulrick as a boy’s name is of Old German origin meaning ‘noble or regal ruler’.

Ulrik – Ulrik as a boy’s name is related to the English and Old German name Ulric. The meaning of Ulrik is ‘power of the wolf’.

Ulz – German variation of Ulric, origin meaning wealthy, powerful ruler’.

Umberto – Bright fighter

Urbanus – German variation of Urban, origin meaning of the city’.

Urs – German form of Roman Latin Ursus, meaning ‘bear.’

Utz – Pet form of German Ulrich, meaning ‘prosperity and power.’ Compare with another form of Utz.

Uwe – German form of Scandinavian Ove, meaning ‘little edge.’

German boy names starting with V

Valdemar – Valdemar as a boy’s name is of Old German origin, and the meaning of Valdemar is ‘renowned leader’.

Valdemarr – Famous ruler

Valentin – The name Valentin is a boy’s name of German, French, Scandinavian origin meaning ‘strength, health’.

Valter – Valter as a boy’s name is related to the Old German name Walter. The meaning of Valter is ‘commander of the army’.

Valther – Valther as a boy’s name is related to the Old German name Walter. The meaning of Valther is ‘commander of the army’.

Valtteri – Army rule

Vanir – Wanderer

Varick – Varick as a boy’s name is of Old German origin, and the meaning of Varick is ‘leader who defends’.

Varner – Army guard

Varrick – Varrick as a boy’s name is of Old German origin meaning ‘leader who defends’.

Vast – Stranger or guest

Veit – Dutch variation of Guy, origin meaning guide, leader’, ‘life’, ‘alive, life’.

Velten – German variation of Valentine, origin meaning strength, health’.

Velvel – Variation of the Latin name Vitus (life)

Vemados – Courage of a bear

Vergil – German name derived from Latin Vergilius, possibly meaning ‘flourishing.’ Compare with another form of Vergil.

Verill – Verill as a boy’s name is related to the Old French and Old German name Verrill. The meaning of Verill is ‘loyal’.

Verlin – German variation of Vero, origin meaning great hero’.

Vernados – Vernados as a boy’s name is of Old French and Old German origin meaning ‘strong and brave bear’.

Verner – Protector

Verner – Verner as a boy’s name is related to the Old German name Werner. The meaning of Verner is ‘army defender’.

Verrall – Verrall as a boy’s name is of Old French and Old German origin, and the meaning of Verrall is ‘loyal or masculine’.

Verrell – Verrell as a boy’s name is of Old French and Old German origin, and the meaning of Verrell is ‘loyal or masculine’.

Verrill – Verrill as a boy’s name is of Old French and Old German origin, and the meaning of Verrill is ‘loyal, masculine’.

Verroll – Verroll as a boy’s name is of Old French and Old German origin, and the meaning of Verroll is ‘loyal or masculine’.

Veryl – Veryl as a boy’s name is related to the Old French and Old German name Verrill. The meaning of Veryl is ‘loyal’.

Vilem – Strong mind and protection

Vilhelm – Vilhelm as a boy’s name is related to the Old German name William. The meaning of Vilhelm is ‘will helmet’.

Vilhelmi – Strong mind and protection

Vilhelms – Strong mind and protection

Vilho – Strong mind and protection

Ville – Strong mind and protection

Villem – Villem as a boy’s name is of Old German origin, and the meaning of Villem is ‘will helmet or protection’.

Vilmar – Known for strong will

Vilmos – Strong mind and protection

Vincens – German variation of Vincent, origin meaning conquering’.

Vinzenz – German form of Latin Vincentius, meaning ‘conquering.’

Vischer – Vischer as a boy’s name is of German origin, and the meaning of Vischer is ‘fisherman’.

Visscher – Visscher as a boy’s name is of Old English origin, and the meaning of Visscher is ‘fisherman’.

Vladimir – Used largely in English, Russian and Slavic. Means ‘to rule, army, warrior, army ruler, folk ruler’.

Voight – Owner or keeper of a farm

Volfango – Volfango as a boy’s name is related to the Old German name Wolfgang. The meaning of Volfango is ‘traveling wolf’.

Volker – Volker as a boy’s name is of German origin, and the meaning of Volker is ‘people’s defender’.

Volkher – Army of people, warrior

Volney – Volney as a boy’s name is of Old German origin, and the meaning of Volney is ‘spirit of the folk’.

Volny – People’s spirit

Volund – Scandinavian form of WIELAND

Volundr – Old Norse form of WIELAND

Von – Dyke

Vontell – People”s spirit

Vortimer – The prefex Von is equivalent of Van in Dutch names and of de in French names.

German boy names starting with W

Waggoner – Waggoner as a boy’s name is related to the German name Wagner. The meaning of Waggoner is ‘wagon-builder’.

Wagner – Wagner as a boy’s name is of German origin, and the meaning of Wagner is ‘wagon-builder’.

Wagoner – Wagoner as a boy’s name is related to the German name Wagner. The meaning of Wagoner is ‘wagon-builder’.

Wainwright – Wagon maker, an occupational surname

Walahfried – Medieval German name composed of the elements walah ‘foreigner, stranger’ and fried ‘peace,’ hence ‘foreign-peace.’

Wald – Wald as a boy’s name is of German origin, and the meaning of Wald is ‘woods, forest’.

Waldemar – The name Waldemar is a boy’s name of German, Scandinavian, Lithuanian origin meaning ‘famous ruler’.

Waldemarr – Famous ruler

Walden – The name Walden is a boy’s name of German origin meaning ‘valley of the Welsh’.

Walder – Walder as a boy’s name is of Old German origin meaning ‘commander of the army’.

Waldhar – Variant spelling of German Waldheri, meaning ‘ruler of the army.’

Waldheri – Variant spelling of Old High German Walthari, meaning ‘ruler of the army.’

Waldhramm – Ruling raven

Waldifrid – Divine power, feminine form of Waldo and Oswald

Waldifrid – Peaceful ruler

Waldmunt – Famous ruler

Waldmunt – Mighty protector

Waldo – Pet form of German Waldobert ‘bright ruler,’ and other names containing the element wald, meaning ‘to rule, to wield power.’

Waldobert – Medieval German name composed of the elements wald ‘to rule, to wield power’ and bert ‘bright,’ hence ‘bright ruler.’

Waldon

Waldorf – Waldorf as a boy’s name is of Old German origin, and the meaning of Waldorf is ‘village in the woods’.

Waldorp – Waldorp as a boy’s name is related to the German name Waldorf. The meaning of Waldorp is ‘village in the woods’.

Waldrom – Ruler

Waldron – Waldron as a boy’s name is of Old German origin, and the meaning of Waldron is ‘powerful raven’.

Waldwick – Waldwick as a boy’s name is of German and Old English origin, and the meaning of Waldwick is ‘village in the forest’.

Waldwyck – Waldwyck as a boy’s name is related to the German and Old English name Waldwick. The meaning of Waldwyck is ‘village in the forest’.

Walfred – Powerful. Abbreviation of Oswald.

Walfred – Walfred as a boy’s name is of Old German origin, and the meaning of Walfred is ‘ruler of peace’.

Walfrid – Peaceful ruler

Walfried – Walfried as a boy’s name is related to the Old German name Walfred. The meaning of Walfried is ‘ruler of peace’.

Wallace – Peaceful ruler

Wallace – From Wales

Wallache – From Wales

Waller – Peaceful ruler

Waller – Waller as a boy’s name is of Old English and Old German origin, and the meaning of Waller is ‘wall maker, powerful one’.

Walli – German variation of Walter, origin meaning army ruler’.

Wallie – Commander

Wally – Army ruler

Walmond

Walmond – One who protects others in battle

Walt – Walt as a boy’s name is of Old German origin, and the meaning of Walt is ‘commander of the army’.

Walten – German variation of Walter, origin meaning army ruler’, ‘army ruler’.

Walter – Here’s a traditional name you can sink your teeth into. Along with other classics like James and William, Walter is solid and steadfast and has a touch of grandfatherly grandness. No wonder it means “commander of the army.” Celebrities wowed by Walter include actor-comedian Rainn Wilson, who gave the name to his son, and actresses Julia Roberts and Melissa Joan Hart who middle-named their sons Walter.

Walthari – Old High German name composed of the elements waltan ‘to rule, to wield power ‘ and hari ‘army, host,’ hence ‘ruler of the army.’

Walther – Walther as a boy’s name is related to the Old German name Walter. The meaning of Walther is ‘commander of the army’.

Walthere – Variant spelling of Old High German Walthari, meaning ‘ruler of the army.’

Waltili – German variation of Walter, origin meaning army ruler’.

Walton – The name Walton is a boy’s name of German, English origin meaning ‘fortified town’.

Waltur – Commander

Walty – Commander

Wamblee – Powerful warrior, ruler of an army

Wanamaker – Wanamaker as a boy’s name is of German origin, and the meaning of Wanamaker is ‘basket maker’.

Wannamaker – Wannamaker as a boy’s name is related to the German name Wanamaker. The meaning of Wannamaker is ‘basket maker’.

Warden – Guardian or watchman

Waren – Loyal

Warenhari – Armed defender

Warick – Warick as a boy’s name is of Old German and Old English orgin, and the meaning of Warick is ‘leader who defends or buildings near the weir’.

Warin – Old High German name derived from the word wari(n), meaning ‘cover, shelter,’ from warnon ‘to be careful, watchful.’

Warinot – Pet form of Old High German Warin, from the word wari(n), meaning ‘cover, shelter,’ from warnon ‘to be careful, watchful.’

Warley – Defending warrior

Warner – Warner as a boy’s name is pronounced WAR-ner. It is of Old German origin, and the meaning of Warner is ‘army guard’.

Warren – From La Verenne

Warrick – A variation of the Old German name Varick, meaning ‘leader who defends’ and ‘buildings near the weir’.

Wat – Wat as a boy’s name is of Old German origin, and the meaning of Wat is ‘commander of the army’.

Watkins – People power

Watts – Army rule

Wayland – From Weland, the Old English cognate of WIELAND

Waylon – Variant of WAYLAND. This name was popularized by country music singer Waylon Jennings (1937-2002), who was originally named Wayland

Webber – Weaver

Weber – Weaver

Wegland – Weaver

Weissman – Weissman as a boy’s name is of German origin, and the meaning of Weissman is ‘white-haired man’.

Weissmann – Weissmann as a boy’s name is of German origin, and the meaning of Weissmann is ‘white-haired man’.

Weland – Germanic form of WIELAND

Welbey – Welbey as a boy’s name is related to the Old German name Welby. The meaning of Welbey is ‘well-farm’.

Welbie – Welbie as a boy’s name is of Old German origin, and the meaning of Welbie is ‘well-farm’.

Welby – Welby as a boy’s name is of Old German origin, and the meaning of Welby is ‘well-farm’.

Wellbey – Wellbey as a boy’s name is related to the Old German name Welby. The meaning of Wellbey is ‘well-farm’.

Wellby – Wellby as a boy’s name is related to the Old German name Welby. The meaning of Wellby is ‘well-farm’.

Wendale – Wendale as a boy’s name is of Old German origin meaning ‘wanderer’.

Wendall – Wendall as a boy’s name (also used as a girl’s name), is related to the Old German name Wendell. The meaning of Wendall is ‘wanderer’.

Wendel – Old High German name meaning ‘a Wend, a wanderer,’ a term used to refer to migrant Slavs in the sixth century.

Wendelin – Diminutive form of Old High German Wendel, meaning ‘a Wend, a wanderer,’ a term used to refer to migrant Slavs in the sixth century.

Wendell – Variant spelling of Old High German Wendel, meaning ‘a Wend, a wanderer,’ a term used to refer to migrant Slavs in the sixth century.

Wendlesora – Medieval German name, a name of a saint

Wendt – Wends, Vandals

Wenzel – Medieval contracted form of German Wenzeslaus, meaning ‘more glory.’

Wenzeslaus – German variation of Wenczeslaw, origin meaning glory of the Wends’.

Werner – Old High German name composed of the tribal name Warin ‘cover, shelter,’ from warnon ‘to be careful, watchful’ and the word hari/heri ‘army, warrior,’ hence ‘Warin warrior,’ i.e. ‘covered warrior.’

Wernhar – Wernhar as a boy’s name is related to the Old German name Werner. The meaning of Wernhar is ‘army defender’.

Wernher – Wernher as a boy’s name is related to the Old German names Warner and Werner. The meaning of Wernher is ‘army guard’.

Werther – Old High German name composed of the elements wert ‘worthy’ and heri ‘army,’ hence ‘worthy army.’

Wessel – Army guard

Wetzel – German variation of Werner, origin meaning protecting army’.

Wiebe – Pet form of German names containing the element -wig, meaning ‘battle, fight, war.’

Wieland – Meaning uncertain, perhaps a derivative of Germanic wela meaning ‘skilled, artful’. In Germanic mythology Wieland (called Volundr in Old Norse) was an unequaled smith and craftsman

Wies – Famous warrior

Wil – Wil is a shortening of any name that begins with ‘wil’. It means ‘desiring peace’, ‘bright’, ‘will’ or ‘desire’.

Wilbart – German variation of Wilbur, origin meaning resolute, brilliant’.

Wilber – Wilber as a boy’s name is related to the Old German names Wilbert and Wilbur. The meaning of Wilber is ‘bright will’.

Wilbert – German equivalent of Anglo-Saxon Wilbeorht, composed of the elements will ‘desire, will’ and beraht ‘bright,’ hence ‘will-bright.’

Wilberto – Wilberto as a boy’s name is related to the Old German name Wilbert. The meaning of Wilberto is ‘bright will’.

Wilbur – The name Wilbur is a boy’s name of German origin meaning ‘resolute, brilliant’.

Wilburn – Wilburn as a boy’s name is related to the Old German name Wilbert. The meaning of Wilburn is ‘bright will’.

Wilburt – Wilburt as a boy’s name is related to the Old German name Wilbert. The meaning of Wilburt is ‘bright will’.

Wilco – Desire or longing

Wild – Wild as a boy’s name is of German origin, and the meaning of Wild is ‘hunter’.

Wilde – Wilde as a boy’s name is related to the German name Wilder. The meaning of Wilde is ‘hunter’.

Wilder – Wilder as a boy’s name is of German origin, and the meaning of Wilder is ‘hunter’.

Wilek – Wilek as a boy’s name is related to the Old German name William. The meaning of Wilek is ‘will helmet’.

Wiley – Resolute, brilliant

Wilford – Willow tree ford

Wilfred – A two element name meaning ‘desiring peace’. ‘Wil’ means ‘desire’ and ‘fred’ means ‘peace’.

Wilfredo – Untamed, wild

Wilfredo – Resolute protector

Wilfrid – German variation of Wilfred, origin meaning desires peace’.

Wilfried – Modern German form of Old German Willafried, meaning ‘desires peace.’

Wilhelm – Wilhelm as a boy’s name is related to the Old German name William. The meaning of Wilhelm is ‘will helmet’.

Wilhelmus – Wilhelmus as a boy’s name is related to the Old German name William. The meaning of Wilhelmus is ‘will helmet’.

Wilkes – Resolute protector

Wilkie – Wilkie as a boy’s name is related to the Old English name Wilkes and Old German name William. The meaning of Wilkie is ‘will helmet’.

Will – Will as a boy’s name is of Old English and Old German origin, and the meaning of Will is ‘desiring peace, will helmet, or protection’.

Willa – Feminine form of Wilhelm

Willafried – Old High German name composed of the elements willo ‘desire, will’ and fried ‘peace,’ hence ‘desires peace.’

Willahelm – Old High German name composed of the elements willo ‘desire, will’ and helm ‘helmet, protection,’ hence ‘will-helmet.’

Willam – Derived from Germanic origin meaning ‘will, desire’ it is a variant spelling of the English and French William.

Willamar – Known for strong will

Willaperht – Resolute or brilliant

Willard – Bold or resolute

Willbur – Willbur as a boy’s name is related to the Old German name Wilbur.

Willem – Of Germanic origin, meaning ‘desire’ or ‘helmet’. Willem is used chiefly in Dutch and German and is a variant of William.

Willerich – Old High German name composed of the elements willo ‘desire, will’ and ric ‘power, rule,’ hence ‘will-power.’

Willey – Protective

Willeye – Protective

Willhelmus – Willhelmus as a boy’s name is related to the Old German name William. The meaning of Willhelmus is ‘will helmet’.

Willi – German variation of Wilfred, origin meaning desires peace’, ‘resolute protection’, ‘resolute protection’.

William – Resolute or brilliant

William Henry – Meaning ‘will’, ‘desire’, ‘helmet’, ‘protection’ (William), ‘house owner’ and ‘lord of the manor’ (Henry).

William James – The name William means ‘will, desire and protection’. Originally introduced by the Normans in 1066, the name has become extremely popular over the years with several iconic historical figures carrying the name such as William Shakespeare and the current P

William-Andrew – Borne by William The Conqueror meaning ‘will, desire, helmet, protection’ and Andrew meaning ‘male’, ‘manly’, ‘brave’, ‘virility’.

William-Edward – William is taken from the two words ‘will’ meaning ‘desire’ and ‘helm’ which means ‘protect’. Edward is derived from the words ‘ead’ which means ‘wealth’ and ‘weard’ which means ‘guard’

William-John – William, Germanic meaning ‘protection’ and John meaning ‘God is gracious, God is merciful’.

William-Thomas – William, Germanic meaning ‘protection’ and Thomas derived from the New Testament and meaning ‘twin’.

William – Honestly, there hasn’t been a year when William wasn’t popular. From William Shakespeare to William the Conqueror (the Duke of Normandy, who brought the name to England in 1066), no fewer than four American presidents and three British kings have had the name William. The eldest son of Princess Diana, Prince William (the Duke of Cambridge) is a royal who grows more popular with each year.

Williamon – Resolute protector

Williams – Bold, resolute.

Williams – Williams as a boy’s name is related to the Old German name William. The meaning of Williams is ‘will helmet’.

Williamson – Williamson as a boy’s name is related to the Old German name William. The meaning of Williamson is ‘will helmet’.

Willian – Derived from Germanic origin meaning ‘will, desire’ it is a variant spelling of the English and French William.

Willie – Variant of William, the name means to have the desire or motivation to do something.

Willifred – German variation of Wilfred, origin meaning desires peace’.

Willifrid – Resolute or peaceful

Willimod – Resolute spirit

Willis – Resolute protector, will meaning strong and helm meaning helmet. For centuries after the Norman conquest in 1066 large numbers of English boys were given the name William in tribute to William the Conqueror. The firstborn son of Prince Charles is named William.

Willis – Strong mind and protection

Willkie – Willkie as a boy’s name is related to the Old English name Wilkes and the Old German name William. The meaning of Willkie is ‘will helmet’.

Willmar – Resolute protector, will. Surname.

Willmar – Willmar as a boy’s name is related to the Old German name Wilmer. The meaning of Willmar is ‘strong desire’.

Willmarr – Resolute or famous

Willmer – Willmer as a boy’s name is related to the Old German name Wilmer. The meaning of Willmer is ‘strong desire’.

Wills – Wills as a boy’s name is of Old German origin, and the meaning of Wills is ‘will helmet or protection’.

Willson – Willson as a boy’s name is related to the Old German name William and the Old English name Wilson. The meaning of Willson is ‘son of William’.

Willy – Willy as a boy’s name (also used as a girl’s name), is related to the Old German name William, English name Willie and Old English name Willis. The meaning of Willy is ‘will helmet’.

Wilmar – Old High German name composed of the elements willo ‘desire, will’ and mari ‘famous,’ hence ‘desires fame.’

Wilmer – Wilmer as a boy’s name is pronounced WIL-mer. It is of Old German origin, and the meaning of Wilmer is ‘strong desire’.

Wilmod – Resolute spirit

Wilmore – Wilmore as a boy’s name is of Old German origin, and the meaning of Wilmore is ‘strong desire’.

Wilmot – Wilmot as a boy’s name (also used as a girl’s name), is related to the Old German name William. The meaning of Wilmot is ‘will helmet’.

Wilmott – Wilmott as a boy’s name (also used as a girl’s name), is related to the Old German name William. The meaning of Wilmott is ‘will helmet’.

Wilpert – Resolute or brilliant

Wilson – From Germanic origin meaning ‘desire, protection’, derived from an English surname meaning ‘son of William’.

Wim – Wim as a boy’s name is of Old German origin, and the meaning of Wim is ‘will helmet or protection’.

Windell – Traveler or wanderer

Winfred – Friend, peace

Winfried – German equivalent of Anglo-Saxon Winfri?, meaning ‘friend of peace.’

Winslow

Wister – Wister as a boy’s name is of German origin referring to the wisteria plant.

Witold – Germanic name composed of the elements witu ‘wood’ and wald ‘ruler,’ hence ‘ruler of the woods.’

Wojciech – He who is happy in battle

Wolf – Wolf as a boy’s name is of Old German origin, and the meaning of Wolf is ‘wolf’.

Wolfe – Wolfe as a boy’s name is of Old German origin, and the meaning of Wolfe is ‘wolf’.

Wolfert – Wolfert as a boy’s name is of Old German origin, and the meaning of Wolfert is ‘wolf army’.

Wolff – Wolff as a boy’s name is related to the Old German name Wolfe. The meaning of Wolff is ‘wolf’.

Wolfgang – German name, composed of the elements wulf ‘wolf’ and gang ‘a going (i.e. path),’ hence ‘wolf path.’

Wolfhart – Wolfhart as a boy’s name is related to the Old German name Wolfe. The meaning of Wolfhart is ‘wolf’.

Wolfram – Wolfram as a boy’s name is related to the Old German name Wolfgang. The meaning of Wolfram is ‘traveling wolf’.

Wolfric – Wolf ruler

Wolfrick – Wolf ruler

Wolfrik – King of the wolves

Woolf – Woolf as a boy’s name is of Old German origin, and the meaning of Woolf is ‘wolf’.

Wotan – Old German equivalent of Old Norse O?inn, derived from proto-Germanic *Wod-enaz-, meaning ‘eager, frenzied, raging.’

Wulf – Wulf as a boy’s name is related to the Old German name Wolfe. The meaning of Wulf is ‘wolf’.

Wulfe – Wulfe as a boy’s name is related to the Old German name Wolfe. The meaning of Wulfe is ‘wolf’.

Wulfram – Wulfram as a boy’s name is related to the Old German name Wolfgang. The meaning of Wulfram is ‘traveling wolf’.

Wyckoff – Wyckoff as a boy’s name is of Old German origin, and the meaning of Wyckoff is ‘wine seller’.

Wykoff – Wykoff as a boy’s name is related to the Old German name Wyckoff. The meaning of Wykoff is ‘wine seller’.

Wylmer – Wylmer as a boy’s name is of Old German origin meaning ‘strong desire’.

German boy names starting with X

Xaver – German form of Basque Xavier, meaning ‘a new house.’

Xiomar – Famous in battle

German boy names starting with Y

Yaegar – Hunter

Yale – one who pays or produces

Yngvar – Variant of INGVAR

Yngvarr – Old Norse form of INGVAR

Yngve – Modern form of YNGVI

Yngvi – Possibly an Old Norse cognate of ING. This was an alternate name of the god Freyr, who as Yngvi-Freyr was regarded as the ancestor of the Swedish royal family

Yves – Yew

Yvo – Old German name derived from the word iv (‘yew’), meaning ‘yew tree.’

Yvon – Yew

German boy names starting with Z

Zacharia – God remembers

Zacharias – This alternate spelling of the name ‘Zachariah’ means God remembered.

Zahn – The name Zahn is a boy’s name of German origin meaning ‘tooth’.

Zamiel – The name Zamiel is a boy’s name of German origin, meaning told by God’.

Zelig – Happy

Ziggy – The name Ziggy is a boy’s name of German origin, meaning victorious peace’.

Zikmund – Zikmund as a boy’s name is related to the Old German name Sigmund. The meaning of Zikmund is ‘victorious hand’.

Zsigmond – Zsigmond as a boy’s name is related to the Old German name Sigmund. The meaning of Zsigmond is ‘victorious hand’.

Zygmunt – Zygmunt as a boy’s name is related to the Old German name Sigmund. The meaning of Zygmunt is ‘victorious hand’.

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