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#     Name Meaning
1Aadanfiery
2AaliahDescend, elevated
3AalleeyaaDescend, elevated
4Aaricderived from aric meaning rule with mercy
5Ab-Owenson of owen
6AbadineHope, joy
7AbagaelGod is joy
8AbagaleGod is joy
9AbbagailGod is joy
10AbbegailGod is joy
11Abbeygailfathers joy
12AbbiGod is joy
13AbbigailGod is joy
14AbbigayleGod is joy
15AbbotPriest
16AbbottAbbey father.
17AberfaFrom the mouth of the river.
18Abergavennyking henry the eighth lord abergavenny
19AbgailGod is joy
20Abhorsonmeasure for measure an executioner
21AbigaleGod is joy
22AbrielleMay be a variation of Gabrielle.
23Accafrom acca
24Acennanbrings
25Aceythe best
26AckerFrom the oak tree
27AckerleyDweller at the acre meadow.
28AckermanMan of oak
29AckleyDwells at the oak tree meadow.
30ActonFrom The Oak Tree Settlement
31Acwelkills
32Acwellenkills
33AdainWinged.
34AdalbeorhtNoble
35AdalbrechtaNoble
36AdalsonSon of All.
37AdamRed, a reference to either the red skin or the red earth of Eden from which the Old Testament Adam was created in Genesis 2. Famous bearer: 7th century Irish St Adamnan, meaning 'little adam', was the biographer of St Columba.
38AdammEarth, M
39AdamsonSon of Adam: Man of the red earth.
40AddelineTower
41AddisSon of Adam: Man of the red earth.
42AddisonChild Of Adam
43AdelaidoNoble, kind
44AdelynWoman Of Magdala
45Adiagift
46AdkenOaken.
47AdkinsSon of Aiken.
48AdlerAn eagle.
49AdneyLives on the noble's island.
50AdnyLives on the noble's island.
51AdonnaLady
52AdramEarth, M
53AdreanFrom Hadria, Italy
54AdrenaJoy
55AdrenalijnaMethod joy
56AdriannFrom Hadria, Italy
57AdrieannaFrom Hadria, Italy
58AdrinFrom Hadria, Italy
59AdrionFrom Adria.: (Adriatic sea region.).
60AdrionaFrom Hadria, Italy
61AdronFrom Adria.: (Adriatic sea region.).
62Adynfiery
63AdynaWretched.
64AdysonSon of Adam
65AeccestaneSwordsman's stone.
66AeddA king of Ireland.
67Aedreflow
68Aefentidevening
69Aefreforever
70AekerFrom the oak tree.
71AekermanMan of oak.
72Aelfraedelf counselor
73Aelfthrythpower
74AelfwineFriend of the elves.
75AelitaNoble
76Aellename of several kings
77Aelwenfair brow
78AenedleahFrom the awe inspiring one's meadow.
79AenescumbLives in the valley of the majestic one.
80AeoelricNoble ruler
81AericAlways powerful ruler
82AericaAlways powerful ruler
83Aerleneelfin
84AesclinLives at the ash tree pool.
85AesoburneLives near the ash tree brook.
86AethelberhtNoble or bright.
87AethelbertNoble or bright.
88AethelindAn Old English name from an Old German name meaning noble snake.
89Aethelredname of a king
90AethelweardNoble protector.
91AethelwineFriend of the elves.
92Aethelwulfname of a king
93AethestonFrom the noble's hill.
94AgnessPure, Lamb
95Ahebbanwages war
96Ahreddanrescues
97AikenLittle Adam
98AikinOaken.
99AilènHandsome.
100AileneVogel, rival
101AilithSeasoned warrior
102AinMerciful.
103AinneGrace of God
104AinsleyDerived from the Brittish Nottinghamshire place name of Annesley. From Ann's meadow. From the awe inspiring one's meadow.
105AinslieDerived from the Brittish Nottinghamshire place name of Annesley. From Ann's meadow.
106AinsworthFrom Ann's estate.
107AirealLion of God
108AiricaAlways powerful ruler
109AironIreland, Peace
110Aisleydwells at the ash tree meadow
111AiyahSilk cloth
112AjCombination Of Letters A And J
113AjahGoat
114AjhaGoat
115AkaciaThorn
116Akaylapulchritudinous
117AkkerFrom the oak tree.
118AlainVariant of Alan: Harmony, stone, or noble. Also fair, handsome. Originally a saint's name, it was reintroduced to Britain during the Norman Conquest, remained popular throughout the Middle Ages, and was revived in the 19th century.
119Alaircheerful
120AlandFair
121AlaniaAttractive
122AlashaGod is reconciling
123AlbernNoble warrior.
124Albertbeautifully by noble behavior
125AlbertaFeminine form of Albert from the Old German Adalbert meaning noble and bright. The Canadian province Alberta was named for Queen Victoria and prince Albert's daughter Princess Louise Alberta, who was married to a former Canadian Governor General.
126Albertinabeautifully by noble behavior
127Albertinebeautifully by noble behavior
128AlbertynaNoble
129AlbetNoble, bright
130AlbieVariant of Albert: Old English for brilliant; bright.
131AlbinVariant of Albert: Old English for brilliant; bright; white. Alban and Albin are English surnames probably based on Spanish/Italian place name Alba.
132AlbinaWhite, Buddy Alven, White colored
133AlbinusWhite, Buddy Alven, White colored
134AlburtNoble or bright.
135AlcottFrom the old cottage.
136AldanFrom the old manor.
137AldenVariant of Aldwyn: From the Old English Ealdwine meaning old friend. A common name in the Middle Ages. Also wise friend, or from the old manor.
138AlderFrom the alder tree.
139AldercyChief
140AldinOld friend
141AldisFrom the old house.
142AldoraNoble
143AldousVariant of the German Aldo, an Old German name meaning old, or from the old house. Aldous has been common in Britain since the Middle Ages. Famous bearer: 2Oth century British novelist Aldous Huxley.
144AldricWise ruler.
145AldrichAged and wise ruler.
146AldridWise man redhead
147AldrikNoble friend.
148AldrinOld and wise ruler.
149AldusVariant of Aldo: Originally an Old German name meaning old. Popular in Italy and among North American families of Italian descent. Aldo was an 8th century saint. Old or wise.
150AldwinFrom the Old English Ealdwine meaning old friend. A common name in the Middle Ages.Wise friend.
151AldwynFrom the Old English Ealdwine meaning old friend. A common name in the Middle Ages.Wise friend.
152AldysFrom the old house.
153Aleanlighting
154AleceiaNoble, kind
155AlechiaNoble, kind
156AleciaNoble (nobility)
157AledwenFeminine form of Aled: Offspring.
158AleishaNoble, kind
159AleishkaNoble, kind
160Aleixprotector of the people
161AleiyahDescend, elevated
162Alejandriaprotector of the people
163Alekahprotector of the people
164Alekeprotector of the people
165Alekiaprotector of the people
166Aleksashaprotector of the people
167Alenbeautifully by noble behavior
168AlerFrom the alder tree.
169Alesaprotector of the people
170AleshiaNoble, kind
171Alesisprotector of the people
172AlesonNoble, kind
173AlexAbbreviation of the Greek name Alexander, meaning defender of mankind. The name is common among English, German and Dutch speakers.
174AlexaHelper, defender. variant of Alexander.
175Alexandaprotector of the people
176Alexandeprotector of the people
177Alexanderiprotector of the people
178Alexanderiaprotector of the people
179Alexanderinaprotector of the people
180Alexandiaprotector of the people
181AlexandreaDefend
182Alexandrenaprotector of the people
183AlexandriaDefend
184AlexandrinaFeminine form of Greek Alexander meaning defender of man, common in Britain since early 13th century. Queen Victoria's first name was Alexandrina.
185Alexandryaprotector of the people
186Alexeniaprotector of the people
187AlexiVariant of Alexander. Helper, defender of man.
188AlexiaVariant of Alexander. Helper, defender of man.
189AlexinaVariant of Alexander. Helper, defender of man.
190AlexineGuardian
191Alexsiaprotector of the people
192Alexsisprotector of the people
193Alexxprotector of the people
194AlexynthiaProtector of mankind, Mon
195Alexzandriaprotector of the people
196AlfieEleven counsel
197AlfonsusPrepared for battle
198AlforniaCalifornia
199AlfredHe gets that board of elves
200AlfrediaElf counsel
201AlfridSage.
202AlgarFrom the Old English name Aelfgar, meaning elf spear. Algar was common in the Middle Ages, and developed into the surname Elgar.
203AlgerVariant of Algar: From the Old English name Aelfgar, meaning elf spear.In the 1930s, American government official Alger Hiss was accused of spying for the USSR.
204AliahDescend, elevated
205AliceOf the nobility. From the German Adalheidis meaning nobility, and the French Adeliz which is a form of Adelaide. Used in Britian since the 12th century; Alice became very popular in 1865 when Lewis Carrol's Alice in Wonderland was published.
206AlichiaNoble, kind
207AlickWarrior protector
208AlinFair
209AlisanneVariant of Alice.
210AliseaNoble, kind
211AlissaVariant of Alice.
212Alissederived from alice
213AlizabethDedicated to God
214AllanahAttractive
215AllannahAttractive
216Allaynebeautifully by noble behavior
217AlleenVogel, rival
218AlleyNoble, kind
219Alleynebeautifully by noble behavior
220AlliceWoman
221AllicynNoble, kind
222AllieDiminutive of Alan: Harmony, stone, or noble. Also fair, handsome. Originally a saint's name, it was reintroduced to Britain during the Norman Conquest, remained popular throughout the Middle Ages, and was revived in the 19th century.
223Allinbeautifully by noble behavior
224AllisaNoble, kind
225AllisonNoble
226AllissaNoble, kind
227Allixprotector of the people
228AllonVariant of Alan: Fair; handsome. Also both a diminutive of Albert (noble, bright) and an abbreviation of names beginning with Al-.
229AllyDiminutive of Alan: Harmony, stone, or noble. Also fair, handsome. Originally a saint's name, it was reintroduced to Britain during the Norman Conquest, remained popular throughout the Middle Ages, and was revived in the 19th century.
230Allyssa(Woman) of noble stature, nature
231AlmerInfamous.
232AlmoNoble or famous.
233AlodiaRiches
234Alodieabundant
235AlonVariant of Alan: Fair; handsome. Also both a diminutive of Albert (noble, bright) and an abbreviation of names beginning with Al-.
236AlsaDedicated to God
237AlthonsoElf counsel
238AltonAncient
239AluraDivine counselor.
240AlvenaElf Friend
241AlvinWise friend. From the Old English Aetheiwine, and also Aefwine, both meaning noble friend. Various forms of Alvin in use after the Norman Conquest became surnames, and also first names.
242Alvisthors daughter
243Alwinnoble friend
244Alwynfriend
245Alyannavibrant, cheerful
246AlycesoneSon of All.
247AlyseNoble (nobility)
248AlyssaNoble
249AlyssabethNoble, kind, devoted to God
250AlysseVariant of Alice.
251AlyssiaNoble (nobility)
252AlyssonNoble, kind
253Alyxhelper, defender variation of alexander
254Alyxandryaprotector of the people
255Amaethongod of agriculture
256AmandiaWorthy of love
257AmarraBitter, eternal, lover
258AmarylisFresh and sparkling flower
259AmbelaineJewel Torch
260AmberA jewel name that became popular in the 19th century, from the name of the yellowish resin used in jewellery-making. Used regularly since the publication of 2Oth century writer Kathleen Winsor's novel 'Forever Amber. '.
261Ambereamber
262AmberjillBelow gehaard jewel
263AmberlyA jewel-quality fossilized resin; as a color the name refers to a warm honey shade.
264AmberlynA jewel-quality fossilized resin; as a color the name refers to a warm honey shade.
265AmberlynnA jewel-quality fossilized resin; as a color the name refers to a warm honey shade.
266Ambriaamber
267AmbroseImmortal.
268AmerawdwrEmperor.
269AmeriqueRuler of the home
270AmetteModern variant of Amold.
271AmharLegendary son of Arthur.
272AmiaBeloved. Dearly loved.
273Amieheld
274AmlawddLegendary father of Goieuddydd.
275AmmieLover
276AmoriLover
277AmoryLeader; divine; brave; powerful.
278AmrenLegendary son of Bedwyr.
279AmyeLover
280AmyneddPatient.
281AmyneddgarPatient.
282AnabelaGracious, sweet and bitter, sad
283AnamariaGracious, Bitter
284AnastashaResurrection
285AnastassiaResurrection
286AnastaziaResurrection
287AndeeFeminine of Andrea.
288AndenaFeminine of Andrea.
289Andersmanlike, manly, brave
290AndiDiminutive of Andrew: Brave; Manly. Famous Bearer: Prince Andrew.
291AndieFeminine of Andrea.
292AndonisVariant of Andrew: Brave; Manly. Famous Bearer: Prince Andrew.
293AndorVariant of Andrew: Brave; Manly. Famous Bearer: Prince Andrew.
294AndoraBrave, heroic, manly
295AndorraBrave, heroic, manly
296AndrahBrave, heroic, manly
297Andrémanlike, manly, brave
298Andreamanlike, manly, brave
299AndreakaBrave, heroic, manly
300AndreanBrave, heroic, manly
301AndreanneBrave, heroic, manly
302AndreckaBrave, heroic, manly
303Andreimanlike, manly, brave
304Andreisrising of the sun
305AndrelBrave, heroic, M
306AndrellBrave, heroic, M
307Andrenman
308AndrenettaBrave, heroic, manly, beautiful
309AndressaBrave, heroic, manly
310AndreyVariant of Andrew: Brave; Manly.
311AndreyeBrave, heroic, manly
312AndriBrave, heroic, M
313AndrianManly; brave. Modern variant of Andrew.
314AndricManly; brave. Modern variant of Andrew.
315AndrieaBrave, heroic, manly
316AndrielManly; brave. Modern variant of Andrew.
317AndriellaBrave, heroic, manly, beautiful
318AndrieneBrave, heroic, manly
319AndrietteBrave, bold, beauty
320AndryaFeminine form of Andrew: Brave; Manly. Famous Bearer: Prince Andrew.
321Andswariananswers
322Andweardepresent
323AneirinNoble
324AneishaGracious / sweet
325AneitaGrace of God
326Anessacharming, gracious
327AnfreneePraiseworthy
328AngeleleeHeavenly
329AngelicEngel / The angelic, heavenly messenger
330AngelikHeavenly
331AngelqueaHeavenly
332Angelynheavenly messenger
333AngleHeavenly
334AngliaHeavenly
335Anhagasolitary
336AniesaNoble, kind
337Anijae`Heavenly
338Anisespice
339AnishaVariant of Anne or Agnes.
340AnissaVariant of Anne or Agnes.
341AnissiaJoy, joy
342AnjanetteGod is gracious
343AnjelaHeavenly
344Anlienisseimage
345AnnGrace;
346AnnabelleGracious, sweet and bitter, sad
347AnnabethGracious, sweet and bitter, sad
348AnnahGrace of God
349Annaleevariation of anne meaning favor, grace
350AnnalineGracious Torch
351Annalynnbeautiful daughter
352AnnamarieVariant of Anne, meaning favor; grace.
353AnnbelBeautiful style
354AnndreyaBrave, heroic, manly
355Annecharming, gracious
356AnnelisaGracious, sweet and bitter, sad
357AnnettGrace of God
358AnnetteVariant of Ann: A variant of Hannah introduced to Britain in the 13th century, made popular in the 14th century by the cult of St Anne. The form of the name varies with fashion:.
359AnniaGrace of God
360AnniceVariant of Anne or Agnes.
361AnnieDiminutive of Ann frequently used as an independent name. Famous bearers: Markswoman Annie Oakley, famous in the musical 'Annie Get Your Gun'; cartoonist Harold Gray's 'Little Orphan Annie'; the traditional folk song 'Annie Laurie'.
362AnnikaVariant of Ann: A variant of Hannah introduced to Britain in the 13th century, made popular in the 14th century by the cult of St Anne. The form of the name varies with fashion:.
363AnnisVariant of Anne or Agnes.
364AnnishaJoy, joy
365AnnjeanetteGift of God's favor. Blend of Ann and Janet.
366AnntoniettPraiseworthy
367AnnzleeMy own Plateau
368Anoralighting
369AnseimFollower
370AnselFollower
371AnsellFollower
372AnsleyFrom the awe inspiring one's meadow.
373Ansonshapely, clean
374AnssonVariant of Anson: Anne's son; son of God. Famous Bearer: actor Anson Williams.
375AnstonSon of Agnes
376AnterreonPraiseworthy
377AnthasaziaResurrection
378Antigonusthe winters tale lord of sicilia
379Antiochuspericles prince of tyre king of antioch
380AntionoFlower
381Antoineinvaluable
382Antoinetteinvaluable
383AntoninaFeminine form of Anthony: Highly praiseworthy. From a Roman clan name. In the 17th century, the spelling Anthony was associated with the Greek anthos meaning flower.
384AntrunetteFlower
385AntuanFlower
386AntuaneFlower
387AntwanetteFlower
388AntwoneFlower
389AnwilBeloved.
390Anwillbeloved
391AnwirLiar.
392AnyaVariant of Anna. British novelist Anya Seton.
393AnyanaGrace of God
394Anyssacharming, gracious
395AnzhelaHeavenly
396Ap-Howellson of howell
397Ap-Roderickson of roderick
398AphtonFrom the Afton River
399AprilleThe month April; symbolizes spring.
400AprylThe month April; symbolizes spring.
401AqualineLight Water
402Armercy
403AragornThe Lord of the Rings
404ArahPrinces
405AramintaGlorious
406ArathornRoyal Eagle
407ArcherShooter
408Archidamusathe winters tale lord of bohemia
409ArdaWarm.
410ArdaleahFrom the home lover's meadow.
411ArdelFrom the hare's dell.
412ArdeliaWarm.
413ArdellFrom the hare's dell.
414ArdeneElevated
415ArdiWarm.
416ArdineWarm.
417ArdriaFrom Hadria, Italy
418ArdwolfHome loving wolf.
419ArdysWarm.
420ArealLion of God
421Areiamelody
422ArgelRefuge.
423Arialion
424AriandneParticularly sacred
425AricaAlways powerful ruler
426ArickVariant of Aric 'rule with mercy.'.
427AriellLion of God
428AriettaMelody.
429ArikNoble leader.
430ArionaParticularly sacred
431ArionnaParticularly sacred
432ArkellEagle helmet
433ArkwrightMakes chests.
434Arlameans the same as guy
435ArlandaFamous country
436ArleanMasculinity
437Arleenederived from carlene and charlene
438ArlenaVariant of Carlene and Charlene.
439ArleniaMasculinity
440Arlennaderived from carlene and charlene
441ArleyVariant of Harley 'meadow of the hares.'.
442ArlieVariant of Arles: Promise.
443ArlindaModern blend of Arlene and Linda.
444ArlynVariant of Arlen: Gaelic word meaning 'pledge; promise; oath'.
445Arlynederived from carlene and charlene
446ArlysHonorable
447ArmesProphetess.
448ArnaudHe who rules like an eagle
449ArnelleModern variant of Amold.
450ArnetLittle eagle.
451ArnettLittle eagle.
452ArtDiminutive of Arthur: From the Roman clan name Artorius, meaning noble, courageous. Famous bearer: Legendary sixth century King Arthur of Britain and his Round Table of knights. This legend dates to the early 9th century.
453ArthesShe bear.
454Arthurrfrom latin artorius legendary king
455ArtieDiminutive of Arthur: From the Roman clan name Artorius, meaning noble, courageous. Famous bearer: Legendary sixth century King Arthur of Britain and his Round Table of knights. This legend dates to the early 9th century.
456ArtyDiminutive of Arthur: From the Roman clan name Artorius, meaning noble, courageous. Famous bearer: Legendary sixth century King Arthur of Britain and his Round Table of knights. This legend dates to the early 9th century.
457AruthurBear, Stone
458ArvalCried over.
459ArvidVariant of Arvin: Friend of the people.
460ArvieDiminutive of Arvin: Friend of the people.
461ArvilCried over.
462ArvilleGolden City
463ArvinBattle
464ArvisThe people's friend.
465ArwenRoyal Maiden
466ArwinVariant of Arvin: Friend of the people.
467ArwoodThe spruce
468AryelleLion of God
469ArynIreland, Peace
470AscotLives at the east cottage.
471AshHappy
472AshbeyVariant of Ashby: Ash tree farm.
473AshbyFrom the ash tree farm.
474AsheleighAsh Tree Field
475AshfordLives by the ash tree ford.
476Ashlanfrom the ash-tree meadow
477AshleahMeadow of ash trees.
478AshleeFrom The Ash Tree Field
479AshleiAsh Tree Field
480AshleighFrom The Ash Tree Field
481AshlenVariant of Ashlin: Ash trees encircling a pond.
482AshlieMeadow of ash trees.
483AshlieghAsh Tree Field
484AshlinLives at the ash tree pool.
485AshlingDream, Vision
486AshlyLives in the ash tree grove.
487AshlynCombination Of Ashley And Lynn
488AshlynnMeadow of ash trees.
489AshtonFrom the town with ash trees.
490AshwinSeventh Hindu Month
491AsiahSalvation by God
492AslinnDream, vision
493AspynAspen Tree
494Astera star
495Astiaa star
496AstonFrom the eastern town.
497AstorHawk
498Astriaa star
499Astrina star
500Astyrianremove
501AswinFriend with a spear.
502Atheistanthe name of a king
503AthelstanHigh-born rock.
504AthelstonFrom the noble's hill.
505AthemarNoble or famous.
506Atherondweller at the spring farm
507AthildaAt the elder tree.
508AthonyPraiseworthy
509AtkinsonSon of Aiken.
510AtkinsoneSon of Aiken.
511AtleyFrom the meadow.
512AttewortheLives at the farmstead.
513AttheaeldreAt the elder tree.
514Atticusfather-like
515AttmoreFrom the moor.
516AudDiminutive of Audrey: Originally a diminutive of Etheidreda from the 16th century. Famous bearer: Famous 20th century actress Audrey Hepburn.
517AudeliaNobility; strength.
518AudenOld friend.
519AudeneNobility; strength.
520AudieNoble strength
521AudreNoble Strength
522AudreyVariant of Etheldreda: From the Old English name Aethelthryth, meaning noble and strength. Famous bearer: St Etheldreda, later known as St Audrey, founded a monastery at Ely.
523AudriNobility; strength.
524AudriaNobility; strength.
525AudrianaCombination Of Audrey And Anna
526AudriannaNoble Strength, Gracious
527AudricNoble ruler; noble friend.
528AudrieNobility; strength.
529AudrielleNobility; strength.
530AudrinaNobility; strength.
531AudrisNobility; strength.
532AudryNoble, bright
533AudryannaGracious, noble strength
534AundraBrave, heroic, manly
535AureoleLuminous Halo
536Auriamelody
537AurianaParticularly sacred
538AurickNoble leader.
539AustenHonoured
540AustinHonoured
541AustynVariant of Austin: Majestic.
542Autolycusthe winters tale a rogue
543Autumn RosemayAutumn Meiroosje
544Avaleevariation of medieval given names avis and aveline
545AvalynBeautiful Bird
546AvelinaVariant of medieval given names Avis and Aveline.
547AvelineVariant of medieval given names Avis and Aveline.
548AvelynVariant of medieval given names Avis and Aveline.
549Avenaoats
550AverelVariant of Averill: Fighting boar.
551AverellFerocious fighter
552AverilWild boar.
553Averillopening buds of spring, born in april
554AveryCounselor; sage; wise.
555AverylVariant of Averill: Fighting boar.
556AveryllVariant of Averill: Fighting boar.
557AviaVariant of Aviah: My father is Lord.
558AvianaModern blend of Ava and Ana.
559AvianceModern blend of Ava and Ana.
560AviannaModern blend of Ava and Ana.
561AviolaViola
562AviraEleven counsel
563AvonRiver
564AvrelVariant of Averill: Fighting boar.
565AvrellVariant of Averill: Fighting boar.
566AvrielOpening buds of spring; born in April.
567AvrilOpening buds of spring; born in April.
568AwelBreeze.
569Awena muse
570Awenaseer
571AwstinAugust.
572Aydonfiery
573AylessaNoble, kind
574AylmerInfamous. From the Old English Aethelmaer meaning noble and famous. Used as a first name during the Middle Ages, Aylmer later became more popular as a surname.
575AymerVariant of Elmer: Noble.
576Aymon-JaeCombi Name Aimone and Jae
577AynsleyAnne `s Plain
578AyricaAlways powerful ruler
579AyrinIreland, Peace
580AyubThe spruce
581AzuraSky-blue.
582AzurineSky-blue.
583AzuriteNobel Stone
584BabaraExotic, mysterious stranger
585BabsBorn abroad, foreign
586BabyBaby
587BadanBoar.
588BaerhloewRuler or lives on the bare hill.
589BahronBaron
590BaileeCourtyard within castle walls; steward or public official. Surname or given name.
591BaileyCourtyard within castle walls; steward or public official. Surname or given name.
592BailyVariant of Bailey: Steward; bailiff.
593BainVariant of Bainbridge: Bridge.
594BainbridgeLives near the bridge over the white water.
595BakerBaker.
596BalamyVariant of Bellamy: Good-looking companion.
597BalderMay
598Baldwinbold friend
599BalerieStrength, bravery
600BalladSweet song
601BalsamBalsam
602Banaslayer
603BananWhite
604BanbridgeLives with bridge over the White Water
605BanbriggeLives near the bridge over the white water.
606BanjaminoVariant of Benjamin: Right-hand son. Also a variant of Benedict.
607BanjimanVariant of Benjamin: Right-hand son. Also a variant of Benedict.
608Banyanthe banyan tree
609BanysSon of Harry.
610Barboar
611BarbaryBorn abroad, foreign
612BarbeeExotic, mysterious stranger
613BarbiTraveler from a foreign land. In Catholic custom St. Barbara is a protectress against fire and lightning.
614BarbieDiminutive of Barbara: From the Greek barbaros meaning foreign or strange, traveler from a foreign land. In Catholic custom St. Barbara is a protectress against fire and lightning.
615Barbyunusual foreign
616BardaDaughter of Earth
617BardanLives near the boar's den.
618BardaricAx ruler.
619BardarikAx ruler.
620BardoVariant of Bartholomew often used as a surname.
621BardoulBright wolf, ax-wielding wolf.
622BarkleyVariant of Barclay: Birch valley; birch tree meadow.
623BarnabyA variant of the Hebrew Barnabas meaning son of consolation, son of exhortation, or son of comfort. Famous bearer: Barnaby Rudge, a character in 19th century Charles Dickens' novel Barnaby Rudge.
624BarnettBaronet; leader.
625BarrclayVariant of Barclay: Birch valley; birch tree meadow.
626BarrisSon of Harry.
627BarronWarrior
628Bartbright or shiny
629Bartelbright or shiny
630BarthGorgeous by nobility or beautiful raven, Glorious
631Barthelbright or shiny
632BarthélemyVariant of Bartholomew: Son of a farmer. Both surname and given name.
633BartholomeoVariant of Bartholomew: Son of a farmer. Both surname and given name.
634BartholomewPloughman. Son of Talmai (Talmai is a variant of Tolmai, meaning abounding in furrows.) Famous bearer: St Bartholomew was an apostle of Jesus Christ.
635BartleDiminutive of Bartholomew: Ploughman. Son of Talmai (Talmai is a variant of Tolmai, meaning abounding in furrows.) Famous bearer: St Bartholomew was an apostle of Jesus Christ.
636BartletDiminutive of Bartholomew: Ploughman. Son of Talmai (Talmai is a variant of Tolmai, meaning abounding in furrows.) Famous bearer: St Bartholomew was an apostle of Jesus Christ.
637BártoloVariant of Bartholomew: Son of a farmer. Both surname and given name.
638BartolomeoVariant of Bartholomew: Son of a farmer. Both surname and given name.
639BartonFrom the barley farm.
640BasharMan (unit)
641Basilbrave, courageous
642BasileVariant of Basil: Royal; kingly.
643BasilioVariant of Basil: Royal; kingly.
644BasiliusVariant of Basil: Royal; kingly.
645BassetVariant of Bassett: Short.
646BassettShort.
647BaxBaker.
648BaxterA
649BayardAuburn-haired. Bayard was a sixteenth-century French knight and national hero renowned for valor and purity of heart.
650BayleeCourtyard within castle walls; steward or public official. Surname or given name.
651BayleySteward or public official; man in charge.
652BaylyVariant of Bailey: Steward; bailiff.
653BaynbridgeVariant of Bainbridge: Bridge.
654BayouWith joy
655BazilVariant of Basil: Royal; kingly.
656BazylVariant of Basil: Royal; kingly.
657Beadwofbold in war
658BealeHandsome.
659BeallHandsome.
660BeamerTrumpeter.
661Beardsleybeard, wood
662BearnSon
663Bearrocscirfrom berkshire
664BeatonFrom the warrior's estate.
665BeatrisBlessed travelers
666Beautybeauty
667BeccaAbbreviation of Rebecca.
668BeckFrom The Brook
669BeckettDweller By The Brook
670BeckyOn
671Bedaradiant, shiny, gorgeous
672Bederadiant, shiny, gorgeous
673BedfordDerived from the English place name, meaning Bede's ford. Most frequently used as a surname.
674BeecherDweller By The Beech Tree
675BekBrook.
676Bekkiwife of Isaac and mother of Jacob
677BelandaClean Image
678BeldeneLives in the beautiful glen.
679BellamyGood-looking companion.
680BemeereTrumpeter.
681Benson of happiness
682BenecroftFrom the bean field.
683BenetVariant of Benedict, meaning blessed, from the Old French. Became a common British surname after being introduced to Britian during the Norman Conquest.
684BeniaminSon of my right
685BenjamanVariant of Benjamin: Right-hand son. Also a variant of Benedict.
686BenjamieSon of my right
687BenjennaBenjamin, son of my right
688BenjiSon of the South, from the right, lucky child
689BennAbbreviation of Benjamin and Benedict.
690Bennathe blessed
691BennetVariant of Benedict, meaning blessed, from the Old French. Became a common British surname after being introduced to Britian during the Norman Conquest.
692Bennettethe blessed
693Bennieson of happiness
694Bennyson of happiness
695Benoicfrom ban
696BenonGorgeous by nobility or beautiful raven, Glorious
697BensenVariant of Benson: Ben's son. surname.
698Bensonson
699BentleyDerived from a surname and place name referring to a clearing covered with coarse grass. From the bent grass meadow.
700BentonSettlement in a grassy place.
701BeorhthildeShining battlemaid.
702BeorhthrammGlorious raven.
703BeortbtraedBright counselor.
704Beowulfintelligent wolf
705BerangariSpearbearer maid.
706Berdelives at the birch tree meadow
707Berengariabear
708BereniceVictory
709BericGrain farm.
710Berkbear
711Berkegorgeous, shiny, radiant
712BerkeleyDerived from the Old English for birch-wood. Used as a surname more frequently than a first name. Lives at the birch tree meadow.
713Bernardstrong and brave as a bear
714BerneyBrave as a bear
715BeronicaVictorious
716BerryFlower; berry.
717Bertbeautifully by noble behavior
718BertieDiminutive of Bertrand: Intelligent; Glorious raven. French form of the German Bertram, meaning bright-raven. Philosopher and mathematician Bertrand Russell. Some scholars believe the second syllable of Bertrand derived from a word meaning shield.
719BertildaShining battlemaid.
720BertildeShining battlemaid.
721BertoldVariant of Berthold: Bright strength.
722BertoldeVariant of Berthold: Bright strength.
723BertrandWest-Brabant name
724BertyDiminutive of Bert: Bright light.
725BerylDerived from the precious stone Beryl, a gemstone of varying colors; often yellow-green. Famous references - Twentieth century British actress and comedienne Beryl Reid; The biblical eighth foundation stone of the wall of New Jerusalem was beryl.
726BessieGod has sworn
727BethanGod is with us
728BethannieHouse of figs
729BetinaDedicated to God
730BetsyGod has sworn
731BettyGod has sworn
732BettyeDedicated to God
733BeverleyBeaver stream, from the beaver meadow. Derived from a surname and place name. First used as a boy's first name in the late 19th century, it gradually came to be used also as a girl's name, although Beverly is the more common feminine form.
734Beverlynear the meadow of the beavers
735Bibi-JasleneDame, Jaslene
736BickFrom the hewer's ford.
737BiecafordFrom the hewer's ford.
738Bigotking john lord bigot
739Billwith the will as strong as a helmet
740BillePopular protector
741BilliPopular protector
742BillieDiminutive of William: Will-helmet. Famous Bearers: poet and playwright William Shakespeare (1564-1616) and William Wordsworth (1770-1850).
743BillyDiminutive of William: Will-helmet. Famous Bearers: poet and playwright William Shakespeare (1564-1616) and William Wordsworth (1770-1850).
744BinFrom The Name Bingham
745BinaOriginally a diminutive used for names ending in -bina, like Albina, Columbina, and Robina, now frequently used as an independent name.
746BinderBook Binder
747BinkLives at the bank.
748BirdBird.
749BirdeBird.
750BirdieContemporary name meaning Little bird; birdlike.
751BirdyBirdlike.
752BirkhedLives at the birch headland.
753BirkitVariant of Birkett: Area of birch trees.
754BirleyFrom the cattle shed on the meadow.
755BirlyVariant of Birley: Cow pasture.
756Bisgucares
757BishopBishop; overseer.
758BlackDark.
759BladeWealthy glory.
760BlaecleahFrom the dark meadow.
761BlagdenFrom the dark valley.
762BlaiseStutter
763BlandfordVariant of Blanford: Gray man's ford; gray haired.
764BlathaonLegendary son of Mwrheth.
765BlaykeVariant of Blake: Light; dark.
766BlayrVariant of Blair: Flatland.
767BlazeStutter
768BlejanFlower
769BlessingConsecrated.
770BlissJoy; happy.
771BlithsJoy.
772BlondelFair gehaard
773BlondelleFair-haired; blonde. Variant of the Spanish Blandina meaning flattering.
774BlossomFlower, Bloom
775BlostmFresh.
776BluebellBluebell
777Blydejoy origin, dutch
778BlyssJoy. Cheer.
779BlysseJoy. Cheer.
780Blythecheerful
781Boadiceaa queen
782BobbiModern diminutive of Roberta and Barbara.
783Bobbiebeautifully by fame
784Bobbybeautifully by fame
785BocMale deer.
786BodaHerald.
787BohHandsome, beautiful
788BoliviaOlive tree
789BoltonFrom the manor farm.
790BondHusbandman, Farmer
791BonieGood.
792BonnitaHoney, Pretty
793Bookerbook maker
794BootVariant of Booth: House.
795BordinVariant of Borden: Boar's home.
796BordonVariant of Borden: Boar's home.
797BostonFrom St. Botolf's Stone
798BotheLives in a hut.
799BotulfDerived from the Old German word for wolf. Boston was named after a 7th-century saint, as 'Botulf's stone'.
800BoyBoy.
801BoyceLives near the wood. From a surname derived from the French 'bois' meaning wood.
802BoydenMessenger
803BracFree.
804BradDiminutive of Bradley: Broad clearing in the wood. From a surname and place name based on the Old English words for broad clearing and broad wood. Famous Bearer: Movie star Brad (Bradley) Pitt.
805BradbourneFrom the broad brook.
806BraddockDweller By The Broad Oak
807BradfordFrom the broad ford.
808BradleeEnglish surnames related to Bradley: broad clearing in the wood.
809BradleyBroad clearing in the wood. From a surname and place name based on the Old English words for broad clearing and broad wood. Famous Bearer: Movie star Brad (Bradley) Pitt.
810BradlieVariant of Bradley: Broad clearing in the wood. From a surname and place name based on the Old English words for broad clearing and broad wood. Famous Bearer: Movie star Brad (Bradley) Pitt.
811BradshawEnglish surnames related to Bradley: broad clearing in the wood.
812BraidonBradan `s heir
813Bramfather of many nations
814Brand(Flaming) sword
815Branda(Flaming) sword
816BrandalynnClean Image sword
817BrandeFirebrand.
818BrandeannaSword, divine valley
819BrandelynWest-Brabant name
820BrandentonWith berm-covered hill town
821BrandieVariant of the beverage brandy used as a given name.
822BrandisWith berm-covered hill
823BrandonDerived from a surname and place name based on the Old English for 'hill covered with broom'. Broom is a prolific weed. Also, 'From the beacon hill'.
824BrandyThe beverage brandy used as a given name.
825Brandynvariation of the beverage brandy used as a given name
826BrandywineBrandy
827Brannonson
828Brantsword
829BrawleyFrom the hillslope meadow.
830BrayBrick Layer
831BraydanBradan `s heir
832BraydenBroad hillside.
833BraydonBroad hillside.
834Braytonfrom great bitain
835Breanstrong
836Breannstrong
837BredgitteSublime, Goddess
838Breeanastrong
839BrendalySword, Prince
840BrenelaBrenda, swords, prince
841BreneonVariant of Brent: Mountain peak.
842BrentDerived from a surname and place name; based on the Old English words for high place, steep hill, or burnt. Used occasionally as a first name in North America since the 1930s.
843BrentanFrom the steep hill.
844BrentonArrangement
845BrentynVariant of Brent: Mountain peak.
846BretA
847BretteBrit. A native of England: (Britain) or France: (Brittany).
848BrewstereBrewer.
849BreytonBradan `s City
850Brezzianafull of energy
851BriallanPrimrose.
852BrianneNoble
853BriantStrong; He ascends. 10th century Brian Boru was a high king and great national hero of Ireland.
854Briarshrub or small tree
855BrickFrom The Bridge
856BrickelleBesproette
857BridgeVariant of Bridger: Lives near a bridge.
858BridgeleyVariant of Bridgely: From the meadow near the bridge.
859Brieannstrong
860BrierShrub, Tree
861BrigettSublime, Goddess
862BriggDiminutive of Brigham: From the village near a bridge.
863BriggebamLives by the bridge.
864BriggsDiminutive of Brigham: From the village near a bridge.
865BrighamFrom the village near a bridge.
866BrightonPlace name in Britain.
867BrigithaSublime, Goddess
868BrihanyFrom Brittany, France
869Brikpresiding over otherworldly beings
870Brilanefrom brigham lane
871BrileeNobel, very plain
872BrineSaltwater
873BrinlyVariant of Brinley: Burnt wood.
874BrionBrave
875BrionnaThe name of a flowering vine used in folk medicine.
876BrionyFrom the plant name, the name of a flowering vine used in folk medicine. Used commonly as a first name since the early 20th century.
877BriseidaThe original Old English form of the Greek Cresida.
878BristaBridge
879BristalBridge
880BristolSite Of The Bridge
881BritVariant of Brett: Man from Britain.
882BritaDerived from the Irish name Brighid
883BritanyFrom Great Britain
884BritineyFrom Brittany, France
885BritneeFrom Brittany, France
886BritneyOriginally the ancient duchy of Bretagne in France. Celtic Bretons emigrated from France to become the Bretons of England.
887BritniFrom Brittany, France
888BritnyFrom Brittany, France
889Brittanicountry
890Brittanycountry
891BritteneyFrom Brittany, France
892BrittenyFrom Brittany, France
893BrittianyFrom Brittany, France
894BrittneeOriginally the ancient duchy of Bretagne in France. Celtic Bretons emigrated from France to become the Bretons of England.
895BrittneyOriginally the ancient duchy of Bretagne in France. Celtic Bretons emigrated from France to become the Bretons of England.
896BrittniOriginally the ancient duchy of Bretagne in France. Celtic Bretons emigrated from France to become the Bretons of England.
897Brittnycountry
898BrittoMythological name
899BrittonBrit. A native of Brittany: (France) or Britain: (England).
900BrockDerived from a surname based on the Old English word for badger. Also a variant of Brook.
901BrockmanMan intimidating
902BrokBadger.
903Bronebrown
904BronsenVariant of Bronson: Son of a dark man.
905BronsonSon of a dark man.
906BronteThunder
907BronwenDark and pure. White breast, white breasted.
908BronwynDark and pure. White breast, white breasted.
909BrookLives by the stream.
910BrookannaGracious stream
911BrookeLives by the stream.
912BrookelynBeautiful river
913BrooklinBeautiful river
914Brooklynshapely, clean
915BrooklynneWater; stream.
916BrownBrown (colour name).
917BrownieBrown in color
918BrucieDiminutive of Bruce: Thick brush. Surname since medieval times; now a common given name. Folklore tale of 14th century Robert King of Scotland: (the Bruce) who learned the value of perseverance from watching a spider spin a web.
919BrunDark skinned.
920BrunsVariant of Bruno: Dark of skin.
921BryanaNoble
922BrydenPlace name in Britain.
923BrylanNoble, strong, attractive
924BryonVariant of Brian: Brave; Virtuous.
925BryonyFrom the plant name, the name of a flowering vine used in folk medicine. Used commonly as a first name since the early 20th century.
926BrytanieFrom Brittany, France
927BuckDeer, Cowboy
928BuckyDiminutive of Buck: Male deer.
929BudDerived from bud, a colloquial term of address used in the United States; short for buddy, meaning friend. Common as a nickname, but less common as a first name. American comedian Bud Abbott's real name was William Abbott.
930BuddieVariant of Buddy: Friend. Famous Bearer: American early rock star who died young in a tragic plane crash.
931BuddyFriend. Famous Bearer: American early rock star who died young in a tragic plane crash.
932BundyFree.
933BuntySometimes used in England, also in E.. found. Actually a dialectical vleinaam for a lamb, derived from the verb. to bunt (to bunt Gently, "gentle, kindly disposed," it may turn on how lambs drink).
934BurchBirch.
935BurckhardtVariant of Burchard: Strong castle.
936BurfordLives at the castle ford.
937BurgardVariant of Burchard: Strong castle.
938BurketVariant of Birkett: Area of birch trees.
939BurkettVariant of Birkett: Area of birch trees.
940BurleFortified. See also Berlyn.
941BurleyLives at the castle's meadow.
942BurnettUnknown
943BurneyLives on the brook island.
944BurnidineBrings victory
945BurrisOf The Town, Borough
946Burtclear
947BurtonFrom the fortified town.
948BusterDerived from a nickname used in the United States, occasionally used as a first name in honour of American silent film comic actor Buster Keaton.
949ButchDiminutive of Butcher: Butcher.
950ButcherButcher.
951ButlerButler
952Byrdlike a bird
953ByronOn
954Cabederived from surname cable - ropemaker
955CacianaGracious heir Cathasaigh
956Cacilieimpaired
957CadarnStrong.
958CadarrianLuxury good
959CadawgBattle sharp.
960CaddenCadence `s heir
961CadelVariant of Cadell: Small battle; spirit of the battle.
962CadenaRhythmic
963CadiVariant of Cady meaning a rhythmic flow of sounds.
964CadieVariant of Cady meaning a rhythmic flow of sounds.
965CadwallonArranges the battle.
966CadwynChain.
967CadyHillock. A surname or given name meaning a rhythmic flow of sounds.
968Caer-Llionfrom caerleon
969CaersewiellaLives at the watercress spring.
970CafellOracle.
971CaiDiminutive of Caius: A variant of Gaius; which is a more common form of the name in Britain. Famous bearer: Cambridge's Caius College is named after its founder, John Caius.
972CainePlace name unrelated to the Biblical Cain.
973CaioVariant of Cai: Joy.
974CaiusHappy
975CalBald; Abbreviation of names beginning with Cal-.
976CalanthiaBeautiful flower
977CalbertCowherd; cowboy.
978CalbexShepherd.
979CaldreCold brook.
980Caleshapely, clean
981Caleepulchritudinous
982CaleighDescendant
983Calibanthe tempest a savage and deformed slave
984CalindaContemporary blend of the Italian/Greek Calandra with Linda.
985CalliVariant of Cayley meaning from the forest.
986CallieMost
987CallyLark
988CalvertCowherd; cowboy.
989CalvinBald. Famous Bearers: Early 20th century American President Coolidge; fashion designer Calvin Klein.
990CalvynIntrepid
991CameJoy.
992CamellaWest-Brabant name
993CamelliaWest-Brabant name
994CameroonBattered nose
995CamiYoung ceremonial guardian
996CamieYoung ceremonial guardian
997CamilleThe French form of Camilla or Camillus. Although Camille is used as both a girl's and boy's name in France, outside France it is not used as a masculine name. Famous bearer: the famous 1936 Greta Garbo film 'Camille'.
998CamilloAssistant to the priest
999CammelliaYoung ceremonial guardian
1000CammieYoung ceremonial guardian
1001CammyYoung ceremonial guardian
1002CamomillaYoung ceremonial guardian
1003CamreenBattered nose
1004CamyronBattered nose
1005CandaGlittering white, pure
1006CandaceBrand-white
1007CandianGlittering white, pure
1008CandiceBrand-white
1009CandisGlittering white, pure
1010CandleCandle
1011CandyaceGlittering white, pure
1012CandyceVariant of Candace: ancient hereditary title used by Ethiopian queens.
1013CaneStalk Of Sugar
1014CapellaAcapella
1015CapriciaCapricorn
1016CaptainHe who is in charge.
1017CaractacusCharacter, Eccentric
1018CaralieBeloved Plain
1019CarayettaBeloved crown
1020CardynFrom the black fort
1021CarieMasculinity
1022CarielLion of God
1023CarilMasculinity
1024CarilynFeminine variant of Charles: manly.
1025CarilynneFeminine variant of Charles: manly.
1026CarisFriendly, gracious
1027CarisahFriendly, gracious
1028Carlmeans the same as guy
1029CarlatunFrom Carl's farm.
1030Carleighfreeholder, free woman
1031CarlenaSoft, little champion
1032CarlessMasculinity
1033CarletonPeasants' settlement. Derived from a surname and place name; based on Old English.Free men's town.
1034CarleyDude, man, big or freeman, male
1035CarliaMasculinity
1036CarlisMasculinity
1037Carlisameans the same as guy
1038CarlisleFrom the protected tower; from the walled city. Also a place name in Britain.
1039CarlissaMasculine, noble, kind
1040CarloseMasculinity
1041CarlsonVariant of Carlton 'free men's town.'.
1042CarlyeMasculinity
1043CarlyleVariant of Carlisle: From the protected tower; from the walled city.
1044CarlynnMale
1045CarmelVariant of Carmine: Garden.
1046CarmeloFruitful orchard. Refers to Mount Carmel in Palestine.
1047CarmillaGold and sweet
1048CarmineVine dresser.
1049CaroFeminine variant of Charles: manly.
1050Carola non-noble freeman
1051CarolanAn Irish surname; variant of Charles meaning manly.
1052Carolanna non-noble freeman
1053CarolanneMasculinity
1054CaroleeMelody, vocals, Plain
1055CarolianaFeminine variant of Charles: manly.
1056CarollMasculinity
1057CarolsMasculinity
1058Carolusa non-noble freeman
1059CarolyneMasculinity
1060Carolynnfeminine derived from charles meaning manly
1061CaronLoving, Kind
1062CarreyCiardha `s heir
1063Carridelicious
1064CarringtonPlace name and surname.
1065CarrolineMasculinity
1066CarrollMan. Famous Bearer: late television actor Carroll O'Connor.
1067CarrolyneMasculinity
1068CarswellLives at the watercress spring.
1069CarterCart driver, cart maker. A surname sometimes used as a first name.
1070CartereDrives a cart.
1071CartwrightBuilder of carts.
1072CarylVariant of Carole: The french form of the English Carol, a dimunitive of Charles meaning strong.
1073CarynModern variant of Karen.
1074Caryslove
1075Casfrom Lucania, light
1076CaseVariant of Casey: Observant; alert; vigorous.
1077CashDiminutive of Caspar: Wealthy man.
1078Caspertreasurer
1079CaspianOf The Caspy People
1080CassandraCassandra was a Trojan prophetess, daughter of King Priam. This name became popular in medieval Britain, and fashionable in the USA in the mid-2Oth century.
1081CassaundraShining upon mankind
1082CasseyFrivolous
1083CassiAbbreviation of Cassandra. Unheeded prophetess. In Homer's 'The Iliad' Cassandra's prediction of the fall of Troy was unheeded.
1084CassianaFrivolous, gracious
1085CassibellaunusMythological name
1086CassideeanWith curly hair
1087CassieUnheeded prophetess. A diminutive of Casirnir, Cassandra, or Catherine. Cassandra was a Trojan prophetess, daughter of King Priam. In Homer's 'The Iliad' Cassandra's prediction of the fall of Troy was unheeded. Also used as an independent name.
1088CassyAbbreviation of Cassandra. Unheeded prophetess. In Homer's 'The Iliad' Cassandra's prediction of the fall of Troy was unheeded.
1089CasterFrom the Roman camp.
1090CastleCastle.
1091CatelinPure beauty
1092CatelyPure beauty
1093CaterOne who caters.
1094CatherynInnocent
1095CathiaWest-Brabant name
1096CathieForm of the Greek Catherine meaning pure.
1097Cathyclean or pure
1098CatrinPure, clear. A Welsh variant of 'Catherine', which is a French form of the Latin 'Katharina', from the Greek 'Aikaterina'.
1099CayciCathasaigh `s heir
1100CaydonCadence `s heir
1101Caylahpulchritudinous
1102CayleighFestival
1103CeasterLives at the camp.
1104Ceceliimpaired
1105Ceciimpaired
1106Cecilimpaired
1107CécileGhost
1108CecilianneBlind, gracious
1109Cecilieimpaired
1110Cecyliaimpaired
1111CedraModern feminine of Cedric.
1112CedricCedric was a character in Sir Walter Scott's 1819 novel Ivanhoe. Possibly derived from a misspelling of Cerdic, a 6th-century king of Wessex, or from the Welsh Cedrych, meaning bounty-pattern.
1113CedricaModern feminine of Cedric.
1114CédrikGift of splendor.
1115CedrychVariant of Cedric: Cedric was a character in Sir Walter Scott's 1819 novel Ivanhoe. Possibly derived from a misspelling of Cerdic, a 6th-century king of Wessex, or from the Welsh Cedrych, meaning bounty-pattern.
1116Ceeimpaired
1117Ceilaimpaired
1118Ceilaghimpaired
1119CelesHeavenly
1120CelesiaHeavenly
1121CelestialHeavenly
1122CeliHeavenly
1123CelianeHeavenly, gracious
1124CelmaDivine Protection
1125CelticOf The Celtic People
1126CendyMoon
1127CenehardBold guardian.
1128CenhelmWise protection
1129CerellaMistress; lady. Feminine of Cyril.
1130Ceryslove
1131Cesceliaimpaired
1132Cesiaimpaired
1133Ceslieimpaired
1134ChadwickFrom the warrior's town. Variant of Chad: Protector; defender.
1135Chalboy, son
1136ChalebDog
1137ChalseaPort
1138ChampayneChampagne
1139ChanceFortune; a gamble. Variant of Chauncey.
1140ChandlerMaker of candles.
1141ChannYoung wolf.
1142ChanningWise
1143ChanyOak
1144ChanynWise, river
1145ChaonAbove all
1146ChaosChaos
1147ChapDiminutive of Chapman: Peddler; merchant.
1148ChapelChristian place of worship
1149ChaquillaAttractive
1150ChariLover
1151CharleanMasculinity
1152CharleenFeminine of Charles meaning manly.
1153Charlesa non-noble freeman
1154CharleseMasculinity
1155CharlestonA man; variant of Carl.
1156CharletMasculinity
1157Charliea non-noble freeman
1158CharlliMasculinity
1159CharlotteDiminutive of Charlotte: A feminine form of Charles, meaning man or manly. Alternate meaning, tiny and feminine.
1160CharlseyMasculinity
1161CharlsyMasculinity
1162CharlyA man. Variant of Carl.
1163Charlyna non-noble freeman
1164CharlysseMasculinity
1165CharmagneMasculinity
1166CharmainOne of Cleopatra's attendants in Shakespeare's Antony and Cleopatra was named Charmian.
1167CharmaineTemptation
1168CharmineFeminine of Charles meaning manly. Variant of Charmain, one of Cleopatra's attendants.
1169CharsFree man
1170ChasDiminutive of Charles: From the Old English 'ceorl' meaning man.
1171ChasaHonorable, pure
1172ChasadyHonorable, pure
1173ChaseHuntsman.
1174ChassideeHonorable, pure
1175ChassieHonorable, pure
1176ChassityHonorable, pure
1177ChasteHonorable, pure
1178ChathamFrom the soldier's land.
1179ChaunceyFortune; a gamble. From a surname based on a French place name. Famous bearers: Charles Chauncy, an early Harvard University president.
1180ChaylaFairy Palace
1181ChazFree
1182ChelbyWillow Farm
1183ChellyPlain an increase
1184ChelsaPlace name; a London district.
1185ChelseLanding
1186ChelseaSeaport. Place name; a London district.
1187ChelseyPlace name; a London district.
1188ChelsiPlace name; a London district.
1189ChelsiePlace name; a London district.
1190ChelsyPlace name; a London district.
1191CherChastity: A baby girl. The name comes from the word chastity, meaning "virtue." Elijah Blue: A baby boy. The name Elijah comes from the Hebrew origin.
1192CheraPrinces
1193ChereseBlend of Cherie and Cerise: dear one; darling.
1194CheretteLover
1195CheriaLover
1196CherieFrom the French 'cheri' meaning darling.
1197CherilLover
1198CherilynRhyming variant of Marilyn.
1199Cherisecherry
1200CherlyLover
1201CheronPlain
1202CherriaLover
1203Cherrycherry
1204CherylVariant of the French Cherie: dear one; darling. Rhyming variant of names like Meryl and Beryl.
1205ChessFree
1206ChesterFrom an English surname and place name, but ultimately based on the Latin 'castra' meaning camp. Famous people: American president Chester A. Arthur.
1207ChestonLegionary camp
1208ChetCamp of the soldiers.
1209CheyaneCheyenne, vague talk
1210Chilenarrow (le passage)
1211Chillfrom the name chilton
1212ChiltonFrom the farm by the spring.
1213ChinaPlace name.
1214ChipDiminutive of Charles: Man (from the Old English 'ceorl'). Famous Bearers: American movie star Charles Bronson; British Prince Charles; evolutionist Charles Darwin.
1215ChirleyClear Plain
1216ChirlyClear Plain
1217ChistopherDesignated, follower of Christ
1218ChondaGod is reconciling
1219Chrisanointed
1220ChrisopherDesignated, follower of Christ
1221ChrissDesignated, follower of Christ
1222Christaanointed
1223Christabelanointed
1224ChristabelleDesignated, follower of Christ
1225Christananointed
1226Christanneanointed
1227ChristeenFollower
1228ChristeenaFollower
1229ChristenFollower
1230Christenaderived from christiana follower of christ
1231ChristeneFollower
1232Christiananointed
1233ChristianaFollower
1234ChristianahDesignated, follower of Christ
1235ChristianosFollower of Christ
1236Christinaanointed
1237Christineanointed
1238ChristionDesignated, follower of Christ
1239ChristmasThis name is derived from the name of the Christian festival, and occasionally given to children born on Christmas Day. Used as both first name and surname since the Middle Ages.
1240ChristofVariant of Christopher: He who holds Christ in his heart. Famous Bearers: actors Christopher Plummer and Christopher Walken; explorer Christopher Columbus.
1241ChristoferVariant of Christopher: He who holds Christ in his heart. Famous Bearers: actors Christopher Plummer and Christopher Walken; explorer Christopher Columbus.
1242ChristoffVariant of Christopher: He who holds Christ in his heart. Famous Bearers: actors Christopher Plummer and Christopher Walken; explorer Christopher Columbus.
1243Christoforushe carries Christ in his heart
1244ChristophVariant of Christopher: He who holds Christ in his heart. Famous Bearers: actors Christopher Plummer and Christopher Walken; explorer Christopher Columbus.
1245ChristopheVariant of Christopher: He who holds Christ in his heart. Famous Bearers: actors Christopher Plummer and Christopher Walken; explorer Christopher Columbus.
1246ChristophoDesignated, follower of Christ
1247ChristosVariant of Christopher: He who holds Christ in his heart. Famous Bearers: actors Christopher Plummer and Christopher Walken; explorer Christopher Columbus.
1248ChristphorDesignated, follower of Christ
1249Christynanointed
1250ChrystallaClear, brilliant glass
1251ChrystianFollower of Christ
1252ChuckA diminutive of Charles from the Old English 'ceorl' meaning man. Famous bearer: American singer Chuck Berry.
1253ChurchyllLives at the church hill.
1254ChynaBased on the country name China.
1255CibelProphets
1256CibeleProphets
1257CibelleProphets
1258CiceroChick pea.
1259Ciciimpaired
1260Cidneyderived from sydney
1261CillaGhost
1262CimRuler.
1263CimberleighFrom the royal meadow.
1264CindaAbbreviation of Cynthia and Lucinda.
1265CindelAbbreviation of Cynthia and Lucinda.
1266CindiAbbreviation of Cynthia and Lucinda.
1267CindiaAbbreviation of Cynthia and Lucinda.
1268CindraMon protector
1269CindyDimunitive of Cynthia, Lucinda, and Cinderella.
1270CingeswellLives at the king's spring.
1271CinthyaFrom Kynthos
1272CintyFrom Kynthos
1273CirillaMistress; lady. Feminine of Cyril.
1274CisDiminutive of Christie: Diminutives of any masculine or feminine name begining with Christ-, for example Christahel, Christian, or Christopher.
1275CissieDiminutive of Christie: Diminutives of any masculine or feminine name begining with Christ-, for example Christahel, Christian, or Christopher.
1276ClaecDark.
1277ClaegborneFrom the clay brook.
1278ClaegtunMortal.
1279ClairOne who lives near the River Clare
1280ClarBright, backlit
1281ClarabelBright, backlit beauty
1282ClaranceOne who lives near the River Clare
1283ClareOne who lives near the River Clare
1284ClarestaBrilliant.
1285ClareyDiminutive of Clarence: Clear.
1286Claribelclear
1287ClariceClear;
1288ClarindaA variant of Clara. The name Clarinda appears in Spenser's 16th century poem 'The Faerie Queene'.
1289ClarisBright, backlit
1290ClarkMasculinity
1291Clarkefrom the name clark
1292ClaudelleFeminine of Claude.
1293ClaudeneLame, lame
1294Claudettelame
1295Claudinelame
1296ClaudineiaLame, lame
1297ClaudiusLame.
1298ClayClay maker; mortal.
1299Claynetown near clay land
1300ClaytinVariant of Clayton: Town by a clay bed.
1301ClaytonDerived from a surname and place name, based on the Old English 'claeg' meaning clay and 'tun' meaning settlement. Also, mortal.
1302ClemSoft
1303ClemeDiminutive of Clement: Gentle. Famous Bearer: Clement Moore, writer of 'Twas the Night Before Christmas'.
1304ClemenceVariant of Clementia used as a virtue name by the Puritans, associated with the abstract virtue of clemency.
1305ClemensVariant of Clement: Gentle. Famous Bearer: Clement Moore, writer of 'Twas the Night Before Christmas'.
1306ClementGentle. Famous Bearer: Clement Moore, writer of 'Twas the Night Before Christmas'.
1307ClementineWest-Brabant name
1308ClementoVariant of Clement: Gentle. Famous Bearer: Clement Moore, writer of 'Twas the Night Before Christmas'.
1309ClemintinaSympathetic
1310ClemmieSoft
1311Cleomenesthe winters tale lord of sicilia
1312CleonFrom the cliff.
1313ClercVariant of Clark: Scholar.
1314ClerkVariant of Clark: Scholar.
1315ClevaDwells at the cliffs.
1316ClevelandFrom the cliff land.
1317ClideClyde River in Scotland
1318CliffDiminutive of Clifford: River ford near a cliff.
1319CliffordFord near a slope. From an Old English surname and place name, used commonly as a first name since the late 19th century. Famous bearer: pianist Sir Clifford Curzon.
1320ClifftonFrom the farm near the cliff.
1321CliftonSettlement on a cliff. From an Old English surname and place name, used only occasionally as a first name.
1322ClintArrangement
1323ClintonSettlement on a hill, or from the headland estate. From an Old English surname and place name.
1324ClinttunFrom the headland estate.
1325ClintwoodHillside.
1326Clirya good friend
1327CliveCliff. Lives at the cliffs. From an English surname and place name. Famous bearer 18th century British soldier and statesman Robert Clive was known as 'Clive of India'.Lives at the cliffs.
1328CloverMeadow Flower
1329CloydHot
1330ClyffDiminutive of Clifford: River ford near a cliff.
1331ClyffordVariant of Clifford: River ford near a cliff.
1332ClyfordCliff-side ford.
1333ClyftonVariant of Clifton: From the town near a cliff.
1334ClyntDiminutive of Clinton: From the town near a hill.
1335CobbVariant of Cob: Heel.
1336CodiA cushion.
1337CodieDescendant
1338CodyDescendant
1339ColbieCoal City
1340ColbyOne who has dark hair.
1341ColeDiminutive of Colin: Of a triumphant people; young boy.
1342ColinA variant of Nicholas, which means 'people's victory', from a French diminutive.
1343CollbyVariant of Colby: From the dark farm.
1344ColleyA surname meaning swarthy, used occasionally as a first name. Famous bearer, 18th-century actor and dramatist Colley Cibber.
1345CollierCharcoal merchant. Coal miner.
1346CollinVariant of Colin: Of a triumphant people; young boy.
1347CollinsAbbreviation of Nicholas 'people's victory.'.
1348CollisSon of the dark man.
1349CollyerCharcoal merchant.
1350ColmanDove; dark skin
1351ColonelMilitary rank.
1352ColonyGroup Of People
1353ColtFrom the dark town. Diminutive of Colston: Unknown owner of property.
1354ColtenCoal town.
1355ColtonCola's town or dark settlement
1356ColverDove.
1357ColvertSeaman.
1358ColwynName of a river in Wales.
1359ColynVariant of Colin: Of a triumphant people; young boy.
1360Conniesteadfast and persevering
1361ConradeVariant of Conrad: Brave adviser.
1362Constancesteadfast and persevering
1363ConstanciaConstancy; steadfastness. .
1364ConstancyA variant of Constance used by 16th and 17th century Puritans.
1365Constantsteadfast and persevering
1366ConstantineSteadfast
1367Constantinofixed
1368ConstantinosVariant of Constantine: Steady; stable.
1369ConswalaConsolidation
1370ConswelliaConsolidation
1371ConswelloConsolidation
1372ConyVariant of Corey 'Hill hollow.'.
1373CookCook.
1374CookeVariant of Cook: Cook.
1375CookieSweet Biscuit
1376CooperA barrel maker.
1377CoralA popular 19th century jewel name, from the name of the pink semi-precious sea growth used to make jewellery and ornaments.
1378Coraleevirgin
1379Coraliavirgin
1380Coralievirgin
1381CoralineA popular 19th century jewel name
1382CorbenRaven-haired.
1383CorbynRaven-haired.
1384CordVariant of Cordell 'cordmaker.'.
1385CordaleVariant of Cordell 'cordmaker.'.
1386CordeliaIn Shakespeare's King Lear a woman of rare honesty.
1387CordellA rope maker; cordmaker.
1388CordiaDaughter of the Sea
1389CordyDaughter of the Sea
1390Corellavirgin
1391Coreniavirgin
1392Corettavirgin
1393Corivirgin
1394CorianneVariant of Cory meaning variously: From the round hill; seething pool; or ravine.
1395Corievirgin
1396CorkyVariant of Corey 'Hill hollow.'.
1397CorlissHappy, Free From Care
1398CornalVariant of Cornell: College; name of a town.
1399CornellFrom Cornhill, Cornwell Or Cornelius
1400CornwallisMan from Cornwall.
1401CorrieThe horned
1402CorryThe horned
1403CortCourageous; honest advisor.
1404CortlandCourtier, court attendant.
1405CortneyVariant of Courtney: Lives in the court.
1406CorvinRaven-haired.
1407CostaDiminutive of Constantine: Steady; stable.
1408CotiRiverside
1409CotinaRiverside
1410CottonCotton
1411CotyVariant of Cody: Cushion; helpful.
1412CoulsonTriumphant people.
1413CoulterVariant of Colt: young horse;frisky.
1414CountessTitled. Feminine equivalent of Count.
1415CourtenayFrom the court, or short nose. From the surname of the aristocratic Courtenay family, based on the Old French word meaning short nose.
1416CourtlandtVariant of Courtland: Farm land.
1417CourtlynCourtly; courteous. .
1418CourtneeCurtis' Territory
1419CourtneyFrom the court, or short nose. From the surname of the aristocratic Courtenay family, based on the Old French word meaning short nose.
1420CoyQuiet, Still
1421CraddockAffection; beloved.
1422CrawfordFrom the crow's ford.
1423CredaFaith
1424CrescentTo create.
1425CrespinCurly-haired. The 3rd century martyr St. Crispin is known as patron of shoemakers.
1426CresswellWatercress river.
1427CriseydeOld English form of the Greek Cressida, used by Chaucer.
1428CristChristian
1429CristenFollower
1430CristhyanDesignated, follower of Christ
1431CristinFollower
1432CristobalChrist
1433Cristynderived from christian
1434CroftonCottage town; from the enclosed town.
1435CrosbyOne who lives under the cross or at the crossroads.
1436CrosleaVariant of Crosley: Meadow with a cross.
1437CrosleyFrom the cross meadow.
1438CroslyFrom the cross meadow.
1439CrossCross
1440CrossleyVariant of Crosley: Meadow with a cross.
1441CrowtherFiddle player.
1442CrystellCrystal
1443CrystelleCrystal
1444CubertLegendary son of Daere.
1445CullyHandsome or dwells at the woodland.
1446CulverDove.
1447Cupidthe life of timon of athens
1448Cuthbertfamous
1449CwentunFrom the queen's estate.
1450CyMaster, lord. A diminutive of Cyril or Cyrus.
1451CyanneGraceful, Lordly
1452CydVariant abbreviation of Sydney, meaning "From St. Denis"
1453CydneShortening of Saint Denis
1454CydneyVariant of Sydney. From St. Denis.
1455CymRuler.
1456Cymbelinecymbeline king of britain
1457CymoneGod has heard
1458CynbalWarrior chief.
1459CynbelWarrior chief.
1460CynburleighFrom the royal meadow.
1461CyndiAbbreviation of Cynthia and Lucinda.
1462CyndyAbbreviation of Cynthia and Lucinda.
1463CynricRoyal.
1464CynthyaFrom Kynthos
1465CyprusCypresses
1466CyrusSun;
1467DaceDiminutive of Dacey: From the south.
1468DackReference to the French town Dax.
1469Daedbotpenance
1470DaelLives in the valley.
1471DaelynSmall valley.
1472DaenaFrom Denmark. Also a variant of Daniel.
1473DaffeneyBay leaf
1474DafyddWest-Brabant name
1475DagianDawn
1476DaijahDeja, for
1477DainVariant of Dane: Brook. Also from the surname Dane, meaning 'From Denmark.'.
1478DainaSong
1479DaineSurnames meaning 'from Denmark.'.
1480DaiseyDay's eye. A flower name.
1481DaisieDay's eye. A flower name.
1482DaisyDay's eye, from the old English. Also a flower name. Also a translation of the French Marguerite, and used as a pet form of Margaret. The use of Daisy in the chorus of the song A bicycle built for two made the name Daisy famous.
1483DaizyDay's eye. A flower name.
1484DajaDeja, for
1485DajanaeGod is reconciling
1486DakatiaBlessed, pure, holy
1487DakeithaWood
1488DakishaCassia tree spices
1489DakodaFriend
1490DaleLives in the valley. Surname.
1491Daleenmotherly
1492DalenRhyming variant of Waylon - a historical blacksmith with supernatural powers.
1493DalenaSmall valley. Abbreviation of Madeline.
1494DaleneSmall valley. Abbreviation of Madeline.
1495DaleniaValley
1496DaleyVariant of Daly: Gather together.
1497DallanBlind.
1498DallinBlind. A saint's name.
1499DalltonVariant of Dalton: Dale town; valley town.
1500DaltonFrom the farm in the dale.
1501DalvinElf Friend
1502DalwinVariant of Delvin: Friend; good friend.
1503DalyVariant of Dale: Lives in a dale/valley.
1504DalysPlace of rest
1505DamaraNice girl
1506DamarcusMasculinity
1507DameinCalm, tame
1508DanahMy judge is God
1509DanailGod is my judge
1510DandraBrave, heroic, manly
1511DandreBrave, heroic Man
1512DanellaGod is my judge
1513DanelleGod is my judge
1514DanetteMy judge is God
1515DaneyFrom Denmark. Also a feminine variant of Daniel: God will judge.
1516DaniaFrom Denmark. Also a feminine variant of Daniel: God will judge.
1517DaniceGod is my judge
1518Daniorborn with teeth
1519DanitzaFeminine variant of Daniel: God will judge.
1520DannaFeminine variant of Daniel: God will judge.
1521DannahGod is my judge
1522DannettGrace of God
1523DanniFeminine variant of Daniel: God will judge.
1524DanniaGod is my judge
1525DantinaFeminine variant of Daniel: God will judge.
1526Dantoninvaluable
1527DantyEndure
1528DanyGod is my judge
1529DanyaGod is my judge
1530DanyaleGod is my judge
1531DanyellGod is my judge
1532Danylynnvariations of daryl meaning dearly loved
1533DaphneeBay leaf
1534DaphyneBay leaf
1535Darornament
1536Daralisbeloved
1537DaranVariant of Darren: Great.
1538DarbiDeer City
1539DarekGifted ruler. From Theodoric.
1540DarelVariant of Darrell 'open.'.
1541Darelletenderly loved
1542DariëlVariant of Darrel 'open.'.
1543DariellVariant of Darrel 'open.'.
1544DarikVariant of Darrick: Ruler of the land.
1545DarilFrom Airelle, France
1546DarinVariant of Darren: Great.
1547DariousLuxury good
1548DarlaDarling. From the Old English 'dearling'.
1549DarleaneDarling. From the Old English 'dearling'.
1550DarleenDarling. From the Old English 'dearling'.
1551DarlenaDarling. From the Old English 'dearling'.
1552DarleneDarling. From the Old English 'dearling'.
1553DarlinaDarling. From the Old English 'dearling'.
1554DarlineDarling. From the Old English 'dearling'.
1555DarllaLittle darling
1556DarnalVariant of Darnell: Hiding place; hidden area.
1557DarnelVariant of Darnell: Hiding place; hidden area.
1558DarnellHidden
1559DaroldBlend of Daryl and Harold or Gerald.
1560Darolynvariations of daryl meaning dearly loved
1561DaronOak, divine ending
1562DarrelFrom a French surname and place name meaning 'Open.' Dates back to the eleventh century as both surname and given name.
1563DarrellFrom a French surname and place name meaning 'Open.' Dates back to the eleventh century as both surname and given name.
1564DarronVariant of Darren: Great.
1565DarrylDarling, from the Old english 'deorling'. Also a variant of Darrell.
1566DarrynVariant of Darren: Great.
1567DartonFrom the deer park.
1568DarvinBlend of Daryl and Marvin.
1569DarwinDear
1570DarwynVariant of Derwin: Good friend.
1571DarylFrom a French surname and place name meaning 'Open.' Dates back to the eleventh century as both surname and given name.
1572DaryllDarling, dearly loved, from the Old english 'deorling'.
1573Darylynvariations of daryl meaning dearly loved
1574DaseanGod is reconciling
1575DasityHonorable, pure
1576DasmineJasmine
1577DaunaDivine
1578DavellaLover
1579DavethLover
1580DaviaBeloved. Feminine of David.
1581DavianVariant of David 'beloved.'.
1582DaviannaBeloved. Feminine of David.
1583DavidiaLover
1584DavielVariant of David 'beloved.'.
1585DaviesSurname. Variant of David 'beloved.'.
1586DavineThe beloved
1587DavionVariant of David 'beloved.'.
1588Davisonsurname variant of david beloved
1589DavitaBeloved. Feminine of David.
1590DavontaRiver
1591DavynVariant of David 'beloved.'.
1592DawnAurora. The first appearance of daylight; daybreak. Dawn. From the English word dawn.
1593DawnielleThe first appearance of daylight; daybreak.
1594DawsonDavid's son. Surname.
1595Daxwater
1596DaxtonReference to the French town Dax.
1597DaylanRhyming variant of Waylon - a historical blacksmith with supernatural powers.
1598Daylelives in the valley small valley
1599DaylenRhyming variant of Waylon - a historical blacksmith with supernatural powers.
1600DaylinRhyming variant of Waylon - a historical blacksmith with supernatural powers.
1601DaylonRhyming variant of Waylon - a historical blacksmith with supernatural powers.
1602DaynaFrom Denmark. Also a variant of Daniel.
1603DayneVariant of Dane: Brook. Also from the surname Dane, meaning 'From Denmark.'.
1604DaynerVariant of Dane 'from Denmark.'.
1605DayseDaisy
1606DaysiDay's eye. A flower name.
1607DaysonSurname. Variant of David 'beloved.'.
1608De-Burghking john hubert de burgh
1609DealbeorhtProud.
1610DeanFrom a surname derived from the Old English 'denu', meaning valley. Famous bearers: American actor and singer Dean Martin, American statesman Dean Acheson.
1611DeanaFrom the valley. Variant of Diana meaning divine.
1612DeandaBlend of Deanne: (divine) plus variants of Andrea: (masculine) and Sandra: (protector of man. ).
1613Deandraman
1614DeaneVariant of Dean: from the valley.
1615DeangelaHeavenly
1616DeaniaDivine leader
1617DeanieLeader
1618Deannderived from diana meaning divine
1619DeanniGrace of God
1620DearaEmpathetic, wise
1621DebaBee
1622DebbieDiminutive of Deborah: Bee. Deborah was the Biblical prophetess who summoned Barak to battle against an army of invaders. After the battle she wrote a victory song which is part of the Book of Judges.
1623DebboraBee
1624DebbraBee
1625DecembreDecember
1626DedrianaGracious wife
1627DedrickRuler
1628DeeA diminutive of any name beginning with D, also frequently used as an independent name.
1629Deeanaderived from diana meaning divine
1630Deeannderived from diana meaning divine
1631Deeannaderived from diana meaning divine
1632DeenaRated
1633DeidriWoman
1634DejaAlready
1635DejahDeja, for
1636DejuanGod is reconciling
1637DekelDusty one; servant.
1638DekleDusty one; servant.
1639DelainaOf elder wood
1640DelaneiOf elder wood
1641DelaniaOf elder wood
1642DelavanVariant of Delvin: Friend; good friend.
1643DelbertBright day; sunny day; proud; noble.
1644DeleneOf elder wood
1645DeliceVariant of Latin Delicia: Gives pleasure.
1646DeliesseliaBlessed
1647Delightvariation of latin delicia, gives pleasure
1648DelisaVariant of Latin Delicia: Gives pleasure.
1649DeliseaBlessed
1650DelishaVariant of Latin Delicia: Gives pleasure.
1651DelizaVariant of Latin Delicia: Gives pleasure.
1652Dellaclear
1653DellanaNoble, gracious
1654DelmanMan from the valley.
1655DelmasNoble
1656DelmonFrom the mountain
1657DelmontFrom the mountain
1658DeloriseCareful
1659DelphaFrom Delphi, Greece
1660DelroyOf the King.
1661DelthaDelta
1662DeltonFrom the town in the valley.
1663DelvinFriend; good friend.
1664DelwinGodly friend.
1665DelwynVariant of Delvin: Friend; good friend.
1666DemanTame.
1667DemariusMasculinity
1668DemelzaFortified. A Cornish place name sometimes used as a first name. Famous bearer: Demelza was the heroine of British author Winston Graham's Poldark novels.
1669DemetricaEarth goddess
1670DemetriceEarth goddess
1671DemetriousEarth goddess
1672DemeyEarth goddess
1673DemiAbbreviation of Demetria - the mythological goddess of corn and harvest.
1674DemitrisEarth goddess
1675DeneVariant of Dean: from the valley.
1676DenesaMountain of Zeus
1677DenhamDell town; Valley town.
1678DeniaCombination of Deana (divine) and Dina (from the valley; avenged).
1679Denisefertility
1680Dennisfertility
1681DennisaMountain of Zeus
1682DentaEndure
1683DenuValley
1684DenverVariant of the surname Danvers meaning 'from Anvers.' Capital city of the state of Colorado in the USA.
1685DenysaMountain of Zeus
1686DenzilBritish town.
1687Deonnederived from diana meaning divine
1688DeontaeEndure
1689DeraFiend.
1690DereckRuler
1691DerekRuler
1692DerekeAlways powerful ruler
1693DerianLuxury good
1694DerickRuler
1695DerickaGifted ruler. Modern feminine of Derek.
1696DerikGifted ruler. From Theodoric.
1697DeriusLuxury good
1698DerrellVariant of Darrel 'open.'.
1699DerrenGreat.
1700Derrianlarge
1701DerrickRuler
1702DerrikGifted ruler. From Theodoric.
1703DerrillVariant of Darrel 'open.'.
1704Derringbold
1705Derrylderived from darrell
1706DervinGifted friend.
1707DerwinFriend of the deer 'Gifted friend.'.
1708DerwynnVariant of Darwin: Friend.
1709DeryckGifted ruler. From Theodoric.
1710DerykGifted ruler. From Theodoric.
1711DesDiminutive of Desmond: From a surname derived from the Irish 'Deas Mumhain' meaning 'South Munster.' Also a diminutive of any name beginning with Des.
1712DesarayCoveted
1713DesariCoveted
1714DésiréVariant of French Desiree.
1715DesireaCoveted
1716DesirelCoveted
1717DessireeCoveted
1718DestineCertain fortune; fate. The mythological Greek god of fate.
1719DestineeDestiny
1720DestiniCertain fortune; fate. The mythological Greek god of fate.
1721DestinyCertain fortune; fate. The mythological Greek god of fate.
1722DeveanDubhain `s heir
1723DevenDescendant
1724DeveonWest-Brabant name
1725DevereauSurnames derived from place name Deverel.
1726DevereauxSurnames derived from place name Deverel.
1727DevieGod
1728DevinDevotees of Dumnonos
1729DeviniaDivine
1730DevonA county in England noted for beautiful farmland.
1731DevonaDivine. Also, from Devonshire.
1732DevondaFrom Devon, England
1733DevoniaFrom Devon, England
1734DevonneDivine
1735DevynDescendant
1736DeweyPlace-name and surname; Welsh form of David.
1737DeysiDay's eye. A flower name.
1738DiamandaOf high value; brilliant. The precious diamond stone.
1739DiamanteOf high value; brilliant. The precious diamond stone.
1740Diamondcostly
1741DiamoniqueOf high value; brilliant. The precious diamond stone.
1742DiamontinaOf high value; brilliant. The precious diamond stone.
1743DiandaBlend of Deanne (divine) plus variants of Andrea (masculine) and Sandra (protector of man. ).
1744DiandraDivine. Mythological ancient Roman divinity Diana was noted for beauty and swiftness; often depicted as a huntress. Also Diana Princess of Wales.
1745DiandreBlend of Dion and Andre.
1746DiannDivine
1747DiannieDivine
1748DianthaModern blend of Diana (divine huntress) and Anthea (flower).
1749DiciePowerful, brave ruler
1750Dickpowerful among the people
1751DickensSurname
1752Dickeypowerful among the people
1753Dickinsonpowerful, rich ruler
1754Dicksonpowerful among the people
1755Dickypowerful among the people
1756Didacushe heel grip
1757DiedraWoman
1758DigbyFarm by a ditch. From an English surname and place name.
1759DiggoryDerived from the French 'egare' meaning astray.
1760DigonLegendary son of Alar.
1761DilaniaSea
1762DillardFaith
1763DillusLegendary son of Eurei.
1764Dimendiamond
1765DimiteriosEarth goddess
1766DimitriaEarth goddess
1767DimitriusEarth goddess
1768DimpleRecognizer, the wise
1769DionaMountain of Zeus
1770DiondraFrom the sacred spring. Variant of Dione.
1771DioneFeminine form of Dion: A variant of Dennis, derived from Dionysius, the Greek god of wine. Also From the sacred spring. The mythological Dione was wife to Zeus and mother of Aphrodite.
1772Dionnefertility
1773DisereeCoveted
1774DivesWealthy man.
1775DivinityDivine
1776Dixpowerful among the people
1777DixieStrong
1778Dixonson of richard
1779Doanehill dweller
1780Dobpeople
1781DockSeventh son of seventh son
1782Doctorthe
1783Dolabellaantony and cleopatra friend to caesar
1784DollGift from God
1785Dolliegift of Yahweh
1786DomanicBelongs to God
1787DomaniciquBelongs to God
1788DomeDiminutive of Dominick: Lord.
1789DomenicVariant of Dominick: Lord.
1790DomicioVariant of Dominick: Lord.
1791DomingoLord
1792DomingosLord
1793DominikeBelongs to God
1794DominionDominance, power
1795DominiqueOf the Lord. From the Latin Dominic. This French spelling is used primarily for girls.
1796Dominybelonging to god
1797DominykBelongs to God
1798DomoVariant of Dominick: Lord.
1799DomoniqueBelongs to God
1800DonaldGreat cheif, world mighty. From the Gaelic Domhnall. The name Donald has been borne by a number of early Scottish kings. Famous Bearers: Billionaire Donald Trump; actor Donald Sutherland.
1801DonathanGod has given
1802DondraBrave, heroic, manly
1803DondreaBrave, heroic, manly
1804DonetteDivine
1805DonieWorld leader
1806DonildaWorld leader
1807DonnBrown. In mythology the Irish Donn was known as king of the underworld.
1808DonnahLady
1809DonnikaDivine counselor
1810DontaEndure
1811DontaeContemporary phonetic variant of Dante 'enduring.'.
1812DonteContemporary phonetic variant of Dante 'enduring.'.
1813DonzellaFort
1814DoogieDiminutive of Douglas: Dark water. In the seventeenth century, this name was as popular for girls as for boys.
1815DoraOriginally a diminutive of Dorothea, Dorothy, or any name ending in -dora. It has become common as a name on its own. Famous bearer: William Wordsworth's daughter was known in later life as Dora.
1816DorceyDark. Variant of Darcy.
1817DoretteVariant of Dora: Originally a diminutive of Dorothea, Dorothy, or any name ending in -dora. It has become common as a name on its own. Famous bearer: William Wordsworth's daughter was known in later life as Dora.
1818DorianDoria «r, native Doria«
1819DorienDescendant of Dorus. Dorian was a character in Oscar Wilde's novel The Picture of Dorian Gray who was given his wish that his portrait would age while he remained young and handsome.
1820DorindaGift from God
1821Doriongodsend
1822DorisGift
1823DoritVariant of the Greek Dorothy meaning Gift of God.
1824DoritaVariant of Dora: Originally a diminutive of Dorothea, Dorothy, or any name ending in -dora. It has become common as a name on its own. Famous bearer: William Wordsworth's daughter was known in later life as Dora.
1825DormanPorter
1826Dorovariation of the greek dorothy meaning gift of god
1827DoronVariant of Dorran 'stranger.'.
1828Doroteiogift of Yahweh
1829DorotheeVariant of the Greek Dorothy meaning Gift of God.
1830DorothyGift
1831DorritOccurs in England
1832Dortheagift of Yahweh
1833Dorthygift of Yahweh
1834Dossiegift of Yahweh
1835DotDiminutive of Dorothy: Gift of God. A variant of Dorothea and the most common form of the name in English- speaking countries. Famous bearer: the young heroine of 'The Wizard of Oz', played by Judy Garland in the film.
1836DottieVariant of the Greek Dorothy meaning Gift of God.
1837Dottygift of Yahweh
1838DougDiminutive of Douglas: Dark water. In the seventeenth century, this name was as popular for girls as for boys.
1839DoverWater. A British seaport on the English channel.
1840DrakeMale duck
1841Dreamdream contemporary
1842Drefantrouble
1843Dreogansuffers
1844DridanFrom the dry valley.
1845DridenFrom the dry valley.
1846DriskollMessenger
1847DruVariant of Andrew 'manly.'.
1848DrydenFrom the dry valley.
1849DrygedeneFrom the dry valley.
1850DuTo entertain oneself
1851DudDiminutive of Dudley: From the people's meadow. From a surname and place name derived from the Old English, meaning 'Dudda's clearing'. Famous bearer: Actor Dudley Moore.
1852DudleyFrom the people's meadow. From a surname and place name derived from the Old English, meaning 'Dudda's clearing'. Famous bearer: Actor Dudley Moore.
1853DukeThe royalty title used as nickname or given name. Also an abbreviation of Marmaduke. Famous bearer: American jazz musician Duke Ellington.
1854Dullloves labours lost a constable
1855DunstanHill of stone, from the Old English 'dun' meaning hill, and stan meaning stone. Famous bearer: 10th century St Dunstan, Archbishop of Canterbury.
1856DuranFirm; enduring.
1857DurrellStrong.
1858DustDiminutive of Dustin: Dusty place; brave soldier.
1859DustanVariant of Dustin: Dusty place; brave soldier.
1860DusteeNickname.
1861DustiNickname.
1862DustinA fighter. Famous bearer: American actor Dustin Hoffman.
1863DustonVariant of Dustin: Dusty place; brave soldier.
1864DustyDiminutive of Dustin: Dusty place; brave soldier.
1865DwanDark, small
1866DwanaDark, small
1867DweightWine, joy
1868DwightFrom a surname, derived from Diot, a diminutive of the Latin Dionysius or Dionysia, referring to the god of wine. Famous bearer: American president Dwight D. Eisenhower.
1869DwyaneDark, small
1870DyaneDivine
1871DyerDyes cloth.
1872DylanSon of the wave, born near the sea, influence. Famous bearers: Welsh poet Dylan Thomas, American folk singer Bob Dylan.
1873DylanaDylan or Delano, or mixture of both names
1874DyllanVariant of Dillon: Loyal.
1875Dyllonfaith
1876DyllynSea
1877Dymonddiamond
1878DynielleGod is my judge
1879DynnaTrial
1880DysonVariant of Dennison: Dennis' son.
1881DywelLegendary son of Erbin.
1882EadRich, blessed
1883EadburtWealthy.
1884EadgythHappy warfare. An Old English name meaning rich or happy (ead), and war (gyth).
1885Eadlynrich friend
1886EalasaidGod has sworn
1887EaldwodeFrom the old forest.
1888EalhdunFrom the elves'valley.
1889EallardBrave
1890EallisonSon of Elder.
1891EardlyVariant of Eardley: English place name and surname.
1892EarlaNoble warrior
1893EarleVariant of Earl: Noble leader.
1894EarleneNoble woman.
1895EarlineNoble woman. Feminine of Earl.
1896EarlyVariant of Earl: Noble leader.
1897EarnestVariant of Ernest: Earnest.
1898EarthaWorldly. Earth, from the Old English eorthe. Famous bearer: American creole singer Eartha Kitt.
1899EarvinFriend. Variant of Irving.
1900EarwineFriend of the sea.
1901Eastera star
1902EastonFrom East town. Surname.
1903EastreBorn at Easter.
1904EathelynNoble waterfall.
1905EbbaFlowing tide.
1906EbonnieEbony
1907Edwealth, guardian of the property
1908EdaWealthy guardian
1909Edalinenoble, king
1910Edbertabundant
1911Eddiewealth, guardian of the property
1912EddisSon of Edward.
1913EddrickPower and good fortune.
1914Eddywealth, guardian of the property
1915EdeWealthy guardian
1916EdelinaSpoils of war.
1917EdelmarrNoble
1918Edenaform of edna
1919EdgarFortunate and powerful. From the Old English name Eadgar, a compound of 'ead' meaning rich or happy, and 'gar' meaning spear. Famous bearer: 10th-century king Edgar of England; American author Edgar Allen Poe.
1920EdgardVariant of Edgar: Wealthy man holding a spear. Famous Bearer: Edgar Allen Poe, famous for his dark poetry and frightening stories.
1921EdgardoProtector
1922EdieDiminutive of Edith: Happy warfare. Spoils of war. Wealthy. From the Old English name Eadgyth, meaning rich or happy, and war.
1923Edisonson of edward
1924Editjoyous
1925EdithHappy warfare. Spoils of war. From the Old English name Eadgyth, meaning rich or happy, and war. Famous bearer: 10th-century nun St Edith (Eadgyth); the poet Dame Edith Sitwell. Happy warfare. Spoils of war.
1926EdithaExuberant
1927EdlaPrinces
1928EdlenNoble waterfall.
1929EdlinAbbreviation of names beginning with 'Ed-'.
1930EdlynNoble waterfall.
1931Edlynnprincess
1932EdmandaRich benefactress.
1933EdmonProsperous protector.
1934EdmondProsperous
1935EdmondaRich benefactress.
1936EdmundProsperous
1937EdmundaProsperous
1938EdnaRejuvenation, pleasure; delight. Derived from the same word as the biblical Garden of Eden.
1939Edouardwealth, guardian of the property
1940EdraPowerful
1941EdreaPowerful
1942Edredname of a king
1943EdricPowerful property-holder; power and good fortune.
1944EdrickVariant of Edric: Powerful property-holder; power and good fortune.
1945EdrieBlessed Protector
1946EdrikWealthy ruler.
1947Edriswealthy ruler
1948Edryswealthy ruler
1949EdselRich man's home.
1950EdsonSon of the fortunate warrior.
1951Eduardwealth, guardian of the property
1952EduardaRich benefactress.
1953EdvardWealthy guardian.
1954EdwaldWealthy ruler.
1955EdwaldoWealthy ruler.
1956EdwarBlessed Protector
1957Edwardwealth, guardian of the property
1958EdwardsonSon of Edward.
1959Edwinrich friend
1960Edwinarich friend
1961EdwondBlessed friend
1962Edwyname of a king
1963EdytheAlternative Spelling Of Edith
1964EeanGod is reconciling
1965EffieDiminutive of Euphemia: A popular Scottish name taken from the Greek, meaning auspicious speech or good repute.
1966EgbertIntelligent. Old English 'ecg', meaning sword, and 'beorht', meaning bright. Famous bearer: 9th-century King Egbert of Wessex, who held sway over all the kingdoms of England for a short part of his reign.
1967EiddoelLegendary son of Ner.
1968EifionWelsh surname.
1969EirlysSnowdrop
1970EislingDream, vision
1971ElainFawn.
1972ElainiaTorch
1973ElamForever. In the bible one of five sons of Noah's son Shem.
1974ElandPresumably a derivation of Adel Country
1975ElaniaTorch
1976Elbertbeautifully by noble behavior
1977ElbertaNoble or glorious.
1978ElberteNoble or glorious.
1979EldanFrom the elves'valley.
1980EldenFrom the elves'valley 'From the old town.' Surname.
1981ElderOne's elder (older person); elder tree.
1982EldonFrom the elves' valley, from the old town. From a surname and place name.
1983EldredVariant of Aldred: From the Old English Ealdraed, meaning old counsel, wise or red haired man, old wise ruler.
1984EldrickOld/wise ruler.
1985EldridWise advisor
1986EldridgeOld/wise ruler.
1987EldwinOld/wise ruler.
1988Eldwynwise advisor
1989EléaTorch
1990EleanorGod is my light
1991EleaseDedicated to God
1992EledonLeader's hill.
1993ElenWelsh forrn of Helen.
1994EleonorTorch
1995EletheaHealer.
1996Eleynbright one
1997ElfieGood elf.
1998ElfredElf counsel
1999ElfridaPeaceful ruler. Variant of Frieda.
2000ElfriedaGood counselor.
2001Elgaelfin spear
2002Elgin'Noble; white.'.
2003ElidaWinged.
2004ElidureMythological name
2005ElinedFrom 'cilun' meaning idol.
2006ElinorShining light. Variant of Helen
2007EliotVariant of Elliot: God on high; my God is Jehovah. From a surname derived from a medieval abbreviation of the Greek Elias. Variant of Elijah.
2008EliottVariant of Elliot: God on high; my God is Jehovah. From a surname derived from a medieval abbreviation of the Greek Elias. Variant of Elijah.
2009ElisianaNoble, kind, gracious
2010ElisonVariant of Ellison: Ellis' son.
2011ElissaGod has sworn
2012ElivinaGood elf.
2013ElizaGod has sworn
2014ElizbethDedicated to God
2015ElizebethDedicated to God
2016EllaGod has sworn
2017ElleOf noble birth
2018ElleenVariant of Helen, meaning light; most beautiful woman.
2019EllenA variant of the Greek Helen, meaning shining light, or most beautiful woman. Famous bearer: British actress Dame Ellen Terry.
2020EllenaVariant of Helen. Means Light or most beautiful woman.
2021ElleneVariant of Helen. Means Light or most beautiful woman.
2022Ellenweorcfamous courage
2023ElleryJoyful, happy. Famous bearer: Ellery Queen, the hero of a series of detective stories written by Frederic Dannay and Manfred B. Lee.
2024EllesiaNoble, kind
2025ElliceYahweh is (my) God
2026EllieDiminutive of Eleanor: A variant of Helen introduced into Britain in 12th century AD by King Henry II's wife, Eleanor of Aquitaine.
2027ElliottVariant of Elliot: God on high; my God is Jehovah. From a surname derived from a medieval abbreviation of the Greek Elias. Variant of Elijah.
2028EllisOriginates from the Welsh word elus, which translates to "kind."
2029EllisonSon of Elder.
2030EllissiaNoble, kind
2031EllistonVariant of Elias from Elijah 'My God is Jehovah.'.
2032EllmerVariant of Elmer: Noble.
2033EllsworthGreat man's home.
2034EllyGod has sworn
2035EllyceYahweh is (my) God
2036EllylwLegendary daughter of Neol Hang Cock.
2037EllymarieBitter Torch
2038EllynVariant of Helen. Means Light or most beautiful woman.
2039EllysThe Lord is my God
2040EllysonVariant of Ellison: Ellis' son.
2041ElmaThe strong-willed protector
2042ElmerNoble
2043ElmirVariant of Elmer: Noble.
2044ElmiraNoble.
2045Elmobeloved
2046ElmoorLives at the elm tree moor.
2047ElmyraNoble
2048Elnecourage
2049ElnoraVariant of Eleanor.
2050EloraGod is my light
2051ElphinLegendary son of Gwyddno.
2052Elricby powerful nobility
2053ElrickThe king.
2054ElsonFrom the old town. Surname.
2055ElstonVariant of Elias from Elijah 'My God is Jehovah.' Also 'From the old town.' Surname.
2056EltonFrom the old town. A surname and place name. Famous bearer: Elton John.
2057ElvaFriend of the eleven / sylph
2058ElvenaGood elf.
2059ElvetSwan stream.
2060ElveyElf warrior.
2061ElviaElfin. Good counselor or elf.
2062ElvieDiminutive of Elvina: Elfin. Good elf. also a feminine variant of Alvin, from the Old English meaning noble friend.
2063Elvinafriend
2064ElvineGood elf.
2065ElviniaElfin.
2066ElvyElf warrior.
2067ElvynElf-wise friend. Variant of Alvin.
2068ElvyneGood elf.
2069ElwenOld friend.
2070Elwinnoble friend
2071ElwoodFrom The Old Wood Forest
2072ElwynVariant of Alvin: Wise friend. From the Old English Aetheiwine, and also Aefwine, both meaning noble friend. Various forms of Alvin in use after the Norman Conquest became surnames, and also first names.
2073Elwynafriend of the elves
2074ElynnVariant of Helen. Means Light or most beautiful woman.
2075ElytaWinged.
2076ElyzaGod has sworn
2077EmalyneWhole, comprehensive, gentle
2078EmberSpark, Burning Low
2079EmbryWork Rule
2080EmelineVariant of the French Emmeline, which ultimately derives from the Old German 'amal' meaning labor.
2081EmelyRival;
2082EmelynVariant of the French Emmeline, which ultimately derives from the Old German 'amal' meaning labor.
2083EmeraldThe prized green emerald gemstone.
2084EmerickUnknown
2085EmersonEmery's son. Brave; powerful.
2086EmhyrRuler.
2087EmilRival;
2088EmilenaRival
2089EmlynEagerly
2090EmmaleneWhole, comprehensive, gentle
2091EmmalethWhole, comprehensive, dedicated to God
2092Emmegreat great
2093EmmersonSon of Emery
2094EmmetVariant of Emmett: Powerful.
2095EmmettMale variant of Emma; a premedieval girl's given name.
2096EmoryVariant of Emery: Head of the household; leader of the household.
2097EmsleyFrom The Elm Wood
2098Enaclean or pure
2099EnderbyEnglish surname.
2100EnerstyneSerious.
2101EngelAngel.
2102EnidWoodlark. Life. From 'enaid,' meaning soul or life.
2103EnitWoodlark.
2104EnydFair.
2105EoforBear
2106EoforwicFrom the bear estate.
2107Eostregoddess of the dawn
2108EowynHorse Of Joy
2109EpiphanyRevelatory Manifestation Of A Divine Being
2110EponineFrench Horse Goddess
2111ErecaAlways powerful ruler
2112EresWonderful.
2113Erianploughs
2114ErickahAlways powerful ruler
2115ErlVariant of Earl: Noble leader.
2116ErlandOf the country noblemsns
2117ErleNobleman. Based on the English title of Earl. Famous bearer:American author Erle Stanley Gardner.
2118ErleneShield. From the German name Herlinde.
2119ErlineErl
2120ErlingNobleman's son.
2121ErmidLegendary son of Erbin.
2122ErnDiminutive of Earnest: A variant spelling of the German Earnest, meaning serious determined, earnestness or vigor, from the Old German Ernust. Famous bearer: The hero of Oscar Wilde's comedy 'The Importance of Being Earnest'.
2123ErnaErnst / determination
2124ErnestSerious, determined. Earnestness or vigor, from the Old German Ernust.
2125ErnesteneFair
2126ErnestineFeminine form of Earnest: A variant spelling of the German Earnest, meaning serious determined, earnestness or vigor, from the Old German Ernust. Famous bearer: The hero of Oscar Wilde's comedy 'The Importance of Being Earnest'.
2127ErnestinoVariant of Ernest: Earnest.
2128Ernstresolute action
2129ErrylVariant of Earl: Noble leader.
2130Ervinefriend
2131ErwinVariant of Irwin: Boar friend. Sea friend.
2132ErwinaFriend of the sea.
2133ErycaAlways powerful ruler
2134ErykahAlways powerful ruler
2135Erylguardian
2136EshaunaViewfinder
2137EsmondProtected by God. Grace and protection. From the Old English name Estmund. Commonly used as a surname. Famous bearer: the hero of Thackeray's novel Henry Esmond.
2138EssieRigid
2139Estelinea star
2140EstephaniCrowned
2141EsthefaniCrowned
2142EstmundProtected by God.
2143EstonFrom East town. Surname.
2144EthelDiminutive of Ethelinda: From Aethelind, the Old English name meaning noble snake. Diminutive of Etheldreda, from the Old English name Aethelthryth, meaning noble and strength. Diminutive of Eldreda from Alfred, meaning old counsel, or sage.
2145EthelbertSplendid. From the Old English name Aethelbeorht, meaning noble and bright. Famous bearers: two English kings of the 6th and 9th centuries.
2146EtheldaCombination Of Ethel And Zelda
2147EthelredaNoble maiden.
2148EthenEndurance, strength
2149EthylNoble
2150EttaDiminutive of Henrietta: Keeper of the hearth. Rules her household. From Henriette, the French feminine form of Henry.
2151EttieDiminutive of Henrietta: Keeper of the hearth. Rules her household. From Henriette, the French feminine form of Henry.
2152EttyDiminutive of Henrietta: Keeper of the hearth. Rules her household. From Henriette, the French feminine form of Henry.
2153EurleneNoble warrior
2154EusLegendary son of Erim.
2155EvDiminutive of Evan: God is good.
2156EvaldVariant of Ewald: Powerful in the law.
2157EvaleenForm of Evelyn: Life.
2158EvalinaForm of Evelyn: Life.
2159EvalineForm of Evelyn: Life.
2160EvalynForm of Evelyn: Life.
2161Evaneethe archer
2162EvaniaQuiet
2163EvannVariant of Evan: God is good.
2164EvansWest-Brabant name
2165Evelinshapely, clean
2166EvelineVariant of Evelyn: From a surname derived from the Old French 'aveline' meaning hazelnut.
2167EvelingBird
2168EvelynFrom a surname derived from the Old French 'aveline' meaning hazelnut. Famous bearer: Evelyn Waugh.
2169EvelyneForm of Evelyn: Life.
2170EvelynnForm of Evelyn: Life.
2171EvelynneForm of Evelyn: Life.
2172Everever
2173EveraBrave One
2174EverardStrong as a bear
2175EverettStrong
2176Everhardever
2177EverildBoar battle.
2178EverleighFrom Ever's meadow.
2179EverleyBoar meadow; from Ever's meadow.
2180EverlyFrom The Boar Meadow
2181Everswild boar
2182EvertStrong or brave as a boar
2183EvertonBoar town. Hardy; brave. Variant of Everard.
2184EvinFeminine of Evan: Young fighter.
2185EvonaGod is reconciling
2186EwaldPowerful in the law.
2187EweheordeShepherd.
2188EydieRich Gift
2189EzekielGod is with us
2190EzellaPower of God
2191EzriaHelp
2192FabianDerived from the Roman clan name Fabius; a name given several Roman emperors and 16 saints.
2193FaeFaith
2194FaerTraveler.
2195FaerrleahFrom the bull's pasture.
2196Faerynfrom the fairies
2197Fainjoyous
2198FainaWith joy
2199FaineGood-natured.
2200FairleighBull meadow.
2201FairlieFrom the bull's pasture.
2202Fairlythe far meadow
2203FairyFairy
2204FalconSurname relating to falconry
2205FanceenPet name meaning free; variant of Frances.
2206FancyDecorated
2207Fanejoyful
2208FanniPet name meaning free; variant of Frances.
2209FanniePet name meaning free; variant of Frances.
2210Fannycrown or wreath
2211FantinePet name meaning free; variant of Frances.
2212FaraTraveler.
2213FarahTraveler.
2214FaranVariant of Faron: English surname.
2215FarenAdventurous.
2216FarewellA greeting; beautiful well.
2217FarinVariant of Faron: English surname.
2218FarisIron strong.
2219FarlowFrom the bull pasture. Surname.
2220FarlyFrom the bull's pasture.
2221Farmantraveler
2222FarnamVariant of Farnham: Fern meadow.
2223FarnumVariant of Farnham: Fern meadow.
2224FaroldPowerful traveler.
2225FaronVariant of Ferdinand: An Old German name, from 'fardi' meaning journey and 'nanthi' meaning venture. Famous bearers include three Holy Roman emperors and several Spanish and Italian kings.
2226Farrahjoyful
2227FarrenVariant of Ferdinand: An Old German name, from 'fardi' meaning journey and 'nanthi' meaning venture. Famous bearers include three Holy Roman emperors and several Spanish and Italian kings.
2228FarrinVariant of Faron: English surname.
2229FarronVariant of Faron: English surname.
2230FarsSon of Farr.
2231FarsonSon of Farr.
2232FaulknerVariant of Falkner: Falconer; one who trains falcons.
2233FaunaYoung deer. The Greek mythological deity of fertility and nature was Fauna. She was famous for her chastity.
2234FauneDeer calf
2235FavianDerived from the Roman clan name Fabius; a name given several Roman emperors and 16 saints.
2236FawnYoung deer. The Greek mythological deity of fertility and nature was Fauna. She was famous for her chastity.
2237FayFaith, trust
2238FayeFaith, trust
2239FayreWonderful
2240FelabeorbtBrilliant.
2241FelabeorhtBrilliant.
2242FeldingLives in the field.
2243FeleceEnergetic, with joy
2244FelicaEnergetic, with joy
2245FelichaEnergetic, with joy
2246FeltonFrom The Town By The Field
2247FentonFrom The Fen Town
2248FenwickSwamp farm.
2249FeranAdvances
2250FergieRock
2251FergusonSon of the first choice.
2252FernA green plant that loves shade. Fern.
2253FfanciFancy.
2254FflewdwrLegendary son of Naw.
2255FfraidWelsh form of Bridget: strong.
2256FieldVariant of Fielding: In the field.
2257FilbertIntroduced to Britain during the Norman conquest, from the Old German Filibert, meaning very bright.
2258FilbertaBrilliant.
2259FilbukBrilliant.
2260FinanName of a bishop
2261FinnFair. Mythology; Finn Mac Cumhail was legendary Irish 3rd century hero similar to the English Robin Hood. His warrior-followers were named Finians.
2262Firmantraveler
2263Fiska fish
2264FiskeFish.
2265FitchErmine (ferret-like mammal).
2266FitcheErmine.
2267Fitz GeraldSon of Gerald.
2268Fitz-Patrickson of patrick
2269FitzgeraldMighty spearholder's son.
2270FitzhughIntelligent man's son.
2271FitzsimmonsSon of Simon.
2272FlairStyle; verve.
2273FlemingFrom the valley.
2274FlemmingVariant of Fleming: From the valley.
2275FletchDiminutive of Fletcher: Maker of arrows.
2276Fleurbloom
2277FleurettaFlower
2278Flickhappiness
2279FlintStream. Place-name and surname. Flint stone produces a spark of fire when struck by steel.
2280Florianbloom
2281FloydVariant of Lloyd: Grey. One with grey hair. In common use as both a surname and first name.
2282FlyntA
2283Fondathe earth, grounded
2284FordA river crossing
2285FordonFrom The Ridge Way
2286ForestineForest, woods
2287ForrestOne who lives by a forest
2288ForresterVariant of Forest: Woods; forest.
2289FosterHost, from Gascony, France
2290FountaineFountain
2291FoxThe crafty mammal with russet-colored fur
2292FraineForeigner.
2293FranceA Frenchman
2294FranceniaFrom France
2295FrancieA Frenchman
2296FrancysFrom France
2297FrankeleynFree
2298FrankiDiminutive of Franklin: Free land-owner.
2299FrankieDiminutive of Frank: A diminutive of the Latin Francis, meaning Frenchman or free one. Famous bearer: American singer Frank Sinatra.
2300FranklenFree
2301FranklinFree man
2302FranklynFree man; landholder.
2303FranklynnVariant of Franklin: Free land-owner.
2304FrankyDiminutive of Frank 'Free; a free man.' Frankie is occasionally used for girls.
2305FrannieA Frenchman
2306FraynVariant of Frayne: Foreign.
2307FrayneDweller By An Ash Tree
2308FrazeDiminutive of Fraser: French town.
2309Fredapowerful protector
2310FredderickQuiet, powerful ruler
2311FreeFree
2312Freedform of frederick
2313FreedomFreedom; liberty.
2314Freely-WheelyFormula 1 rider
2315FreemanFree man; a man freed from bound servitude to an overlord. Surname.
2316FreemonVariant of Freeman: Free man.
2317FrewinFree friend; noble friend.
2318FreydaElf counsel
2319Friendfriend
2320FrikaBold.
2321FrisaCurly - haired.
2322FrostThe Freezing Of Water
2323Fuchiaflower-fuschia
2324FulbertIntroduced to Britain during the Norman conquest, from the Old German Filibert, meaning very bright.
2325Fulleroccupational surname
2326FultonFrom the people's estate.
2327GabeGiving, hospitable
2328GabriealPower of God
2329GabriellVariant of Gabriela. God's able-bodied one.
2330GabrienPower of God
2331GaelJoyful. Abbreviation of Abigail. Gael is a term for descendants of the ancient Celts in Scotland; Ireland and the Isle of Man.
2332GailDiminutive of Abigail: Father rejoiced, or father's joy. Gives joy. The intelligent, beautiful Abigail was Old Testament King David's third wife, described as 'good in discretion and beautiful in form.
2333Gailajoyful
2334GaiusHappy
2335Galahadsummer
2336Galansings
2337GalaxyGalaxy, Universe
2338GaleaFestive party.
2339Galencalm
2340GalenaCalm
2341GallusRooster
2342GarTriangular field
2343GaradenFrom the three cornered hill.
2344GaranhonLegendary son of GIythvyr.
2345GardKeeper of the garden. Surname.
2346GardeniaGardenia Flower
2347GardnerKeeper of the garden. Surname.
2348GaretBrave with a spear.
2349GarethStrong with the spear
2350GarettStrength
2351GareyStrong with the spear
2352GarfieldFrom the triangular field. From an Old English surname and place name, meaning 'field of spears'.
2353GarisonForces in battle
2354GarlandCrowned in victory 'Wreath; prize.'.
2355GarmanSpeannan.
2356Garmangahisa goddess worshipped in lanchester
2357GarmannSpeannan.
2358GarnerKeeper of grain. Surname.
2359GarnetArmed with a spear. Used as both a surname and given name. Famous bearer: British field marshal Lord Garnet Joseph Wolseley.
2360GarnettArmed with a spear.
2361GarnettaGarnet
2362GarnockDwells by the alder tree river.
2363GarrenStrong with the spear
2364GarrettStrength
2365Garrickspear
2366GarrisonStrong
2367GarryDiminutive of Garret: Hard or bold spear. An Irish variant of the German Gerard, based on medieval pronunciation. Famous bearer: Irish statesman Garret FitzGerald.
2368GarvinFriend with a spear.
2369GatesDweller By The Gates
2370Gay
2371GaybriellePower of God
2372GayeFrom the Old French word 'gai', meaning merry or light-hearted.
2373GaylaFestive party.
2374GayleDiminutive of Abigail: Father rejoiced, or father's joy. Gives joy. The intelligent, beautiful Abigail was Old Testament King David's third wife, described as 'good in discretion and beautiful in form.
2375GaylenFestive party.
2376GearldineProtector
2377GearleanNoble warrior
2378GearyFlexible.
2379Geenafarmer or husbandman
2380Gelseyjasmine
2381Genegood
2382GenellGod is reconciling
2383GenetteGod is reconciling
2384GeniferWhite, fair
2385GenistaVerge Planting
2386Gennaderived from jenny white wave
2387GennyVariant of Jenny. White wave.
2388Gentgentleman
2389GentryNobility Of Birth
2390GeoffPeace of God
2391GeoffreyPeace of God
2392GeordieEarth
2393Georgeeditor of the Earth
2394GeorgiannaCombination Of Georgia And Anna
2395GeorgianneCombination Of Georgia And Anne
2396GeorgieA diminutive of George, meaning tiller of the soil, or farmer.
2397GeorginnaAgricultural Worker
2398GeraldinaMighty with a spear. Rules by the spear. Feminine of Gerald.
2399Geraldinespear
2400GeraleneSpear Warrior
2401GerardStrong with the spear
2402GerardaStrong with the spear
2403GereldineSpear Warrior
2404GeremyGod will glorify
2405Gerithose familiar with the spear
2406GericaBlend of Geri plus Erica.
2407GerikaBlend of Geri plus Erica.
2408GerlisaSpear warrior, devoted to God
2409Gerraldruler with the iron spear
2410GerrettSpeer, brave
2411GerreySpear
2412GerrickRuling sword
2413Gerrilynthose familiar with the spear
2414Gerrythose familiar with the spear
2415Gibsonson of gilbert
2416GiffardDapper gift
2417GiffordGift of bravery.
2418Gifregreedy
2419GiftPresent, Offering
2420GijsIntelligent.
2421GilburtTrusted.
2422GildaGolden. Also an abbreviation of Teutonic names containing -gilde, such as the Old English name Earmengild.
2423GildanGilded.
2424GildasServes God.
2425GilesChild
2426GillA diminutive of Gillian, meaning young. Often used as an independent name.
2427GillianThe youthful and dedicated to Jupiter
2428GillotA variant of Jill, which is believed to have been the origin of the term 'to jilt', used when a person unexpectedly rejects a lover or fiancT.
2429GilmarFamous hostage.
2430GingerA diminutive of Virginia, meaning pure, chaste, virginal. A common nickname for people with red hair. Also means pep or liveliness, refering to the pungent ginger root. Famous bearer: American dancer-actress Ginger Rogers.
2431GinnaAbbreviation of Virginia.
2432GinnetteAbbreviation of Virginia.
2433GinniPure, virgin
2434GinnieAbbreviation of Virginia.
2435GinnyGirl
2436GiordaniFlow, descending
2437GipsyDerived from 'Egyptian' to describe wandering tribes of dark Caucasians who migrated from India to Europe in the fifteenth century.
2438Githagift
2439GladDiminutive of Gladys: Derived from the old Welsh name Gwladys, a variant of Claudia, meaning lame. Also derived from the Welsh 'gwledig', meaning territorial ruler.
2440GladisVariant of Claudia: Lame.
2441GladwinHappy friend.
2442GladyceLamb
2443Gladyslame
2444GlanFrom the shore.
2445GleisLegendary son of Merin.
2446GlendelValley
2447GlenisVariant of Glenda. Fair, good, holy.
2448GlennieValley
2449GlennisFrom the glen. Valley.
2450GlindaFair; good.
2451GlinysLittle valley.
2452GlitterShiny, beautiful
2453GlorianaGlorious grace.
2454GloriannaGlorious grace.
2455GlorieGlory
2456GlorinGlory
2457GloriousGlorious
2458GlynFrom the valley.
2459GlyndaFair; good.
2460GlynnFair; good. From the glenn.
2461Godivagift of Yahweh
2462Godricrules with god
2463GodwinGod's friend
2464GoldBlond.
2465Goldagold
2466GoldenBlond.
2467GoldieThe precious metal gold. Gilded. Famous bearer: American actress Goldie Hawn.
2468GoldyMade Of Gold
2469GomerTo Complete
2470Goneriltragedy of king lear daughter to king lear
2471GorawenJoy.
2472Goretriangular-shaped land
2473GovanLegendary son of Caw.
2474GraceyStyle
2475GraciaGrace.
2476GracieWell
2477GracielaGrace
2478GraentGreat.
2479GrafCoppice
2480GraisonSon of the Governor
2481GramContraction Of Graham
2482Grandgrand superior
2483GrantleyFrom the large meadow.
2484GranvilleAn English surname based on a French place name, meaning big town. Used both as surname and given name.
2485GrayThe color gray
2486GrayceStyle
2487Graysonson
2488GreenberryGreen manor house
2489GreggDiminutive of Gregory, meaning 'on the watch'. Often used as an independent name.
2490GregoryOn the watch. As the first of 16 Gregory popes Pope Gregory fostered the development of Gregorian chants. See also Greg. Gregorio: (ltalian/Spanish/Portuguese) 'On the watch.'.
2491GregsonSon of Greg. Surname.
2492Grendellegend name
2493GrenvilleVariant of Granville: An English surname based on a French place name, meaning big town. Used both as surname and given name.
2494Grettaornament
2495GreyGray-haired.
2496GreynGreen as grass
2497Greysonson
2498GriffithFighting chief, fierce, strong warrior or lord. Derived from the Welsh name Groffudd. Common as both a surname and a given name.
2499GriffynPrince
2500Grigoron the watch
2501Grimmfierce
2502GrimmeFlink
2503GroverForest
2504GulliverGlutton
2505GustafStaff of the gods
2506GuyonLively.
2507Gwenwhite, white
2508Gwenddyddfair day - in legend the sister of merlin
2509GwendelynFair; blessed.
2510GwendolWhite, fair, blessed
2511GwenevereWhite, fair, blessed
2512GwevylLegendary son of Gwastad.
2513GwilymVariant of William: Will-helmet. Famous Bearers: poet and playwright William Shakespeare (1564-1616) and William Wordsworth (1770-1850).
2514GwladysA variant of Claudia, meaning lame.
2515GwrddywalLegendary son of Evrei.
2516Gwydiongod of magic
2517Gwynwhite, white
2518GwyndolynnWhite, fair, blessed
2519GwynethWhite. Fair. Happiness. Blessed.
2520GwynetteWhite, fair, blessed
2521Gyowar
2522Gypsya bohemian traveler
2523Gythagift
2524HaddenFrom the heath.
2525HaddonFrom the heath.
2526HadenFrom the heath.
2527HadleeHeathlands
2528Hadleighgirl in heather
2529HadleyFrom the heath covered meadow.
2530HadonFrom the heath.
2531HadrianA variant of Adrian. Also, son of Adrian.
2532HaeselNut.
2533HaileeHay Plain
2534HaileyField of hay. Usually a surname.
2535HailiHay Plain
2536HailieHay Plain
2537Hainesfrom a vined cottage
2538HalA nickname for Henry 'Rules his household.'.
2539HalbertSuperb krijsman
2540HaleLives in the hall.
2541Haleehay meadow
2542Halenhall of light
2543HaleyField of hay. Usually a surname.
2544HalieHero
2545Haligholy
2546HallFrom the manor.
2547Hallanfrom the manor halls
2548HalleyFrom the manor house meadow.
2549HallieHome
2550HalseyChannel
2551HalsteadFrom the manor house.
2552HamelatunFrom the grassy stay
2553Hamiaa syrian goddess
2554HamletA variant of Hamo derived from the Old German word for house or home. Also used as a surname. Associated with Shakespeare's tragedy by the same name.
2555HamnetDerived from the Old German word 'Haimund' for house or home protector. A variant of Hamo. Famous Bearer: the son of William Shakespeare and Anne Hathaway.
2556Hamohome
2557HamptonHome
2558HandiBrave, heroic, M
2559HanleyFrom the high meadow.
2560HanlyFrom the high meadow.
2561HannaleeFavor; grace. Biblical mother of the prophet Samuel.
2562Hardenhare
2563HardinFrom the hare's valley.
2564HardingStrong
2565Hardwinstrong friend
2566HardynFrom the hare's valley.
2567HareRabbit.
2568HareleahFrom the hare's meadow.
2569HarfordFrom the hare's ford.
2570Harlancountry
2571HarlandMeadow of the hares. Variant of Harley. Surname.
2572HarleenMeadow of the hares. Feminine of Harley.
2573HarlenMeadow of the hares. Variant of Harley. Surname.
2574HarleyFrom Old English hare wood (or meadow). From the hare's meadow.
2575HarliHazenveld
2576HarlonMeadow of the hares. Variant of Harley. Surname.
2577HarloweFrom the hare's hill.
2578HarmonieUnity; concord; musically in tune. Harmonia was the mythological daughter of Aphrodite.
2579HarperHarp player or maker
2580Harrietruler King
2581HarrimanSurname
2582HarrisSon of Harry.
2583HarrisinSon of Harry
2584Harrisonson
2585HarrissionSon of Harry
2586Harryruler King
2587HartDeer
2588HartfordFrom the stag's ford.
2589Hartmanstrong hero
2590HarvaBattle
2591HarveyFrom Celtic words for battle, strong, worthy, and ardent. Used commonly during the middle ages.
2592HarvieReady for battle
2593HasletFrom the hazel tree land.
2594HastingsViolent.
2595HattieHome
2596HavenPlace of safety; shelter.
2597HawkHawk
2598HawleyFrom the hedged meadow.
2599HaydenFrom the valley of hay.
2600Haydinstrong, independent, loving
2601Hayesfence
2602Hayleefrom the hay meadow
2603Haylenhall of light
2604HayleyHay field. From the hay meadow. Both a surname and place name. Famous Bearer: actress Hayley Mills.
2605HayliHay Plain
2606HaylieField of hay. Usually a surname.
2607HaywoodFrom the hedged forest.
2608HazeDrab
2609HazellThe hazel tree;nut.
2610HeadleyPlain Leather
2611HealhtunFrom the hillslope estate.
2612HealumLives at the hall's slopes.
2613HealyFrom the slope land.
2614HeanfordFrom the high ford.
2615HeanleahFrom the high meadow.
2616HeardwineBrave friend.
2617HeathMasculine form of Heather. Untended land where flowering shrubs grow. Used both as a first name and surname.
2618HeathcliffFrom the heath cliff.
2619HeatherA flowering evergreen plant that thrives on peaty barren lands as in Scotland. Heather.
2620Hecatefar off
2621HedleyHeathery clearing. From a surname and place name.
2622HedyWarfare. Variant of Hedwig.
2623HeleaHay Plain
2624Helenatorch, the radiant
2625Helewisehappiness
2626HellonTorch
2627HeltonFrom the hillslope estate.
2628Hen-Beddestyrlegendary son of erim
2629HendrixSon Of Hendrick
2630Hengistson of wodan
2631HenleyHigh Field
2632HennahGrace of God
2633HenrickRules the home.
2634Heolstordarkness
2635HeortwiellaLives near the stag's spring.
2636HeraldOne who proclaims. Also variant of Harold 'Army commander.'.
2637HeraldoLeader
2638HerbyDelivered army ruler
2639HernMythical hunter.
2640HeronHeron
2641HerthaThe
2642HervéBattle
2643HervieReady for battle
2644HervyReady for battle
2645HesterVariant of Esther.
2646HeveanSky
2647HeywoodFrom the hedged forest.
2648HidFrom the hide.
2649HideFrom the hide.
2650Hilarycheerful
2651Hildbattle
2652Hillarycheerful
2653HilliaryCheerful
2654HiltonArrangement
2655HlineFrom the bank.
2656Hobthinking mind, intellect
2657HoldenFrom the hollow in the valley. Both a surname and place name. Famous Bearer: Holden Caulfield, the hero of J. D. Salinger's novel The Catcher in the Rye (1951.).
2658Holdonhollow in the valley
2659HolenHolly tree with red berries
2660HolidayBorn On A Holy Day
2661Hollacevar hollis, near the valley
2662HolleyHolly
2663HollieThe holly tree. Common name given Christmas girl babies.
2664HollisLives by the holly trees.
2665HollyFrom the plant name. Holy.
2666HolmanMan from the valley.
2667HolmesFrom the river island.
2668Holofernesloves labours lost a schoolmaster
2669HoltBy the forest.
2670Honeyhoney
2671HopeOne of the three Christian virtues (Faith, Hope and Charity).
2672HortensiusGarden
2673HowardSheep
2674HowellEminent
2675HudsonSon of the hooded man.
2676HueySpirit
2677Hughthinking mind, wise
2678HugiIntelligent.
2679HugietLittle Hugh.
2680Hugothinking mind, wise
2681HulenTorch
2682HunterSearcher, especially for game
2683HusainGood
2684HuxleyFrom Hugh's meadow.
2685HwitlocFrom the white fortress.
2686HydeFrom the hide.
2687HyramElevated
2688IachimoHe grabbed the heel, He will protect
2689IahnGod is reconciling
2690IannGod's grace
2691IdalFrom the yew tree valley.
2692IdellaBountiful.
2693IdenWealthy.
2694IdonyRepeated
2695Ignatiusfiery
2696IkeDiminutive of Isaac: He laughs. Laughter. The only son born to Abraham and his wife Sarah (in the Old Testament). Famous Bearer: Nickname of American president Dwight D. Eisenhower (1890-1969).
2697IldeBattle
2698IleanVogel, rival
2699IlenaVariant of Eileen.
2700IleneVariant of Eileen.
2701Iliosun
2702IliriaCheerful
2703Ilywater lily
2704ImmyDiminutive of Imogen: Innocent. Last born. The name of the heroine of Shakespeare's play Cymbehoe as a result of a printing error in the Folio edition of the play.
2705ImogenInnocent. Last born. The name of the heroine of Shakespeare's play Cymbehoe as a result of a printing error in the Folio edition of the play.
2706Inaclean or pure
2707IndaThe country India.
2708IndiaThe country India.
2709IndianaThe country India.
2710Ineclean or pure
2711InfantChild
2712InnocentInnocent.
2713IrahAlert, heir
2714IrisaIris
2715IrvenFriend. See also Ervin.
2716IrvynFriend. See also Ervin.
2717IrwinBoar friend. Sea friend.
2718IrwynSea friend.
2719IsaicHe who laughs
2720IsalieRose dedicated
2721IsbelDedicated to God
2722IsenIron
2723IshamVillage on the Ise River, in England
2724Isolderule
2725IsraelaWrestles with God
2726IsrelWrestles with God
2727IthelGenerous lord.
2728IumaInternet Underground Music Archive
2729IvaA climbing evergreen ornamental plant.
2730IvarArcher-soldier
2731Ivesthe archer
2732IveyA climbing evergreen ornamental plant.
2733Iviivy plant
2734IviaIvy
2735IvieA climbing evergreen ornamental plant.
2736Ivoarcher
2737IvonArcher's bow.
2738IvorLord
2739IvyFaithfulness. This name is derived from the plant name.
2740JabrielPower of God
2741JaceeBeautiful
2742JacelynBeautiful
2743JacenHealer
2744JachuelineOccupier, agent
2745Jacihe heel grip
2746Jackhe heel grip
2747JackelaineOccupier, agent
2748JackelynOccupier, agent
2749JackiGod is gracious
2750JacklineOccupier, agent
2751JacklynOccupier, agent
2752JackquelinOccupier, agent
2753JackquelynOccupier, agent
2754JaclynOccupier
2755JacobyOccupier, agent
2756JacolbieOccupier, agent
2757JacolbyOccupier, agent
2758JacouelineOccupier, agent
2759JacqualynOccupier, agent
2760JacquanetteOccupier, agent
2761JacquelynnOccupier, agent
2762JacquiOccupier
2763JacqulyneOccupier, agent
2764Jadacostly
2765JadeThe name of a semi-precious stone.
2766JadelineLight green stone noble
2767Jadelynshield of linden wood or hose
2768JadiraThe gemstone jade; the color green.
2769JadrienBlend of Jay or Jade and Adrien.
2770JadyThe gemstone jade; the color green.
2771JaeVariant of names like Jason and Jacob.
2772JaedenGrateful
2773JaenaJay
2774Jaesonanother form of jason
2775JafirBrook
2776JagerCarter.
2777JaggerCarter.
2778JagoHe grabbed the heel, He will protect
2779Jaguarlarge spotted feline
2780JaiDeceiver
2781Jaidacostly
2782JaiqueGod is reconciling
2783Jakehe heel grip
2784JaklineOccupier, agent
2785JaklynOccupier
2786JalenJay
2787JamesJames is an English language name for boys. It came from the Old French variation of the late Latin name 'Iacomus'. In Hebrew it is Yaʻaqov (Jacob) meaning supplanter. James is a common name in many countries like the United States, Northern Ireland, Australia, Wales, England, etc.
2788Jamesefrom james
2789JamesonOccupier
2790JammalAttractive
2791Jamyhe heel grip
2792JanaeModern name based on Jane or Jean or Janai meaning 'God has answered. '.
2793JanaiYahweh is gracious
2794JanaiaGod has heard
2795JanaisYahweh is gracious
2796JanayaModern name based on Jane or Jean; Based on Janai meaning 'God has answered.'.
2797JancisGod is gracious
2798Janderprotector of the people
2799JaneYahweh is gracious
2800JaneaGod is reconciling
2801JanelGod is reconciling
2802JanellYahweh is gracious
2803JanellaYahweh is gracious
2804JanetteGod is gracious
2805JaneyYahweh is gracious
2806JaniceYahweh is gracious
2807JaniciaYahweh is gracious
2808JanieDiminutive of Jane: Jehovah has been gracious Jehovah has shown favour. A Feminine form of John. Variant of Joan. From the Old French Jehane.
2809JanieceYahweh is gracious
2810JaninaVariant of Jeannine.
2811JanisYahweh is gracious
2812JaniseYahweh is gracious
2813JannaeYahweh is gracious
2814Janninaderived from jeannine
2815JannisVariant of Jane.
2816JaquelynOccupier, agent
2817JarAbreviation of Jarel, Jarek, or Jared, Jareh.
2818JaredRose (flower). Also Descending. A pre-flood Biblical name. The character Jared on the late Sixties TV western The Big Valley.
2819JaretDown to earth
2820JarethBled of Jar or Jer and Gareth.
2821JarinModern variant of Israeli Jaron 'cry of rejoicing.'.
2822JarredDescendant
2823JarrelBlend of Jar and Darell. See also Jerrell.
2824JarrellBlend of Jar and Darell. See also Jerrell.
2825JarretStrength
2826JarrettStrength
2827JarrodDescendant
2828JarronModern variant of Israeli Jaron 'cry of rejoicing.'.
2829JaslynnModern variant of Jasmine; combination of Jocelyn and the musical term 'jazz. '.
2830JasmenJasmine
2831Jaspertreasurer
2832JassonHealer
2833JawnGod is reconciling
2834JayarPhonetic name based on initials.
2835JayceeHealer
2836JaycobOccupier, agent
2837Jaydecostly
2838JaydeePhonetic name based on initials.
2839JayleneJay
2840JaylynnJay
2841JaymeOccupier
2842JaymesOccupier
2843JaymiLove me.
2844JaynaJehovah has been gracious; has shown favor. Variant of Joan.
2845JayneJehovah has been gracious; has shown favour. A Feminine form of John. Variant of Joan. From the Old French Jehane. Famous Bearer: American actress Jayne Mansfield (1932-67).
2846JayniYahweh is gracious
2847JaynieJehovah has been gracious; has shown favor. Variant of Joan.
2848JayronVariant of names like Jason and Jacob.
2849JayveePhonetic name based on initials.
2850Jazlynshield of linden wood or hose
2851JazlynnModern variant of Jasmine; combination of Jocelyn and the musical term jazz.
2852JazmenJasmine
2853JazminaModern variant of Jasmine; combination of Jocelyn and the musical term 'jazz.'.
2854JazzyModern variant of Jasmine; combination of Jocelyn and the musical term jazz.
2855JeaneenGod is reconciling
2856JeanelleYahweh is gracious
2857JeanettiGod is reconciling
2858JeaniaGod is reconciling
2859JeannaGod is with us
2860JeannellGod is gracious
2861JearldineSpear Warrior
2862JearleneSpear Warrior
2863JefPeace of God
2864JeffersonPeace of God
2865JefferyPeace of God
2866JeffordSurname and place-name.
2867JeffreyDerived from one of three Old German names, meaning district, traveler, or peaceful pledge. Famous bearer: Geoffrey Plantagenet was father to King Henry II; Geoffrey Cbaucer wrote 'The Canterbury Tales'.
2868JeffriPeace of God
2869JeffriesPeace of God
2870JeffryPeace of God
2871JemSupplant. Replace. Variant of Jacob derived from the Latin Jacomus.
2872JemmySupplant. Replace. Variant of Jacob derived from the Latin Jacomus.
2873Jénafruitful
2874JenaiModern name based on Jane or Jean; Based on Janai meaning 'God has answered. '.
2875Jenalynfruitful
2876JenavievePhonetic variant of Genevieve.
2877JenayModern name based on Jane or Jean; Based on Janai meaning 'God has answered. '.
2878JenayaModern name based on Jane or Jean; Based on Janai meaning 'God has answered. '.
2879JeneeModern name based on Jane or Jean; Based on Janai meaning 'God has answered. '.
2880JenellaGod is gracious
2881JenelleGod is with us
2882JenetGod is reconciling
2883JenethWhite Wave
2884JenevaPhonetic variant of Genevieve.
2885JenevieveModern phonetic variant of Genevieve.
2886Jenifruitful
2887Jenicefruitful
2888Jeniferfruitful
2889Jenilynnfruitful
2890Jenisefruitful
2891Jenitafruitful
2892Jennafruitful
2893JennalynModern variant of Jenny and Jennifer.
2894JennaraeModern variant of Jenny and Jennifer.
2895JennayYahweh is gracious
2896JennelleGod is gracious
2897JennetteGod is reconciling
2898JenneyWhite, fair
2899Jennifruitful
2900Jennicafruitful
2901Jenniefruitful
2902Jenniferfruitful
2903JennifermayMay White
2904JennifurWhite, fair
2905Jennikafruitful
2906Jennilynfruitful
2907JennisYahweh is gracious
2908Jennyfruitful
2909JeovanaYahweh is gracious
2910JeovannaYahweh is gracious
2911Jepsonhe heel grip
2912JeradDescendant
2913JeraelSpear Warrior
2914JeralSpear Warrior
2915Jeraldspear
2916Jeraldinespear
2917JeralynModern blend of Jerry and Marilyn.
2918JeramieGod is with us
2919JeramyGod is with us
2920JeranModern variant of Israeli Jaron 'cry of rejoicing.'.
2921JerandeVariant of Garrett 'rules by the spear.'.
2922JeraraWaterfall
2923JeredVariant of Garrett 'rules by the spear.'.
2924JerelStrong; open-minded. Blend of Jerold and Darell.
2925JerelynModern blend of Jerry and Marilyn.
2926Jeremywith a holy name
2927JerenModern variant of Israeli Jaron 'cry of rejoicing.'.
2928JericStrong; gifted ruler. Blend of Jer- and Derrick.
2929JerickStrong; gifted ruler. Blend of Jer- and Derrick.
2930JerielStrong; open-minded. Blend of Jerold and Darell.
2931JerlineBrother
2932JermainMasculinity
2933JermaineMasculinity
2934JerodDescendant
2935JerradVariant of Garrett 'rules by the spear.'.
2936JerredVariant of Garrett 'rules by the spear.'.
2937JerrelStrong; open-minded. Blend of Jerold and Darell.
2938JerrellStrong; open-minded. Blend of Jerold and Darell.
2939JerrenModern variant of Israeli Jaron 'cry of rejoicing.'.
2940JerrikaAlways powerful ruler
2941JerronModern variant of Israeli Jaron 'cry of rejoicing.'.
2942Jerryruler with the iron spear
2943JerseyGrassy Island
2944JerylStrong; open-minded. Blend of Jerold and Darell.
2945JesiahVariant of Joshua. Variant of Jesse: Jehovah exists.
2946JesikaGod sees
2947JessciaGod sees
2948JesseGift
2949JesseeGod `s gracious gift
2950JessycaGod sees
2951JessyeYahweh is
2952JestinaJust; upright. Feminine of Justin.
2953JesycaGod sees
2954JettBlack
2955JettaThe mighty of residence, high-born, noble Black Stone
2956Jewelcostly
2957JeweldineJewel
2958JhannaGod `s gracious gift
2959JhosafatGod has judged
2960JilianDownstairs gehaard, The youthful or dedicated to jupiter
2961JillDiminutive of Jillian : Child of the gods. A modern variant of Gillian, which is a feminine form of Julian, meaning Jove's child.
2962JillianeJove's child. Variant of Gillian from the masculine Julian.
2963JillyAbbreviation of Jillian or Gillian. Jove's child.
2964JimSupplant. Replace. Variant of Jacob derived from the Latin Jacomus.
2965JimiOne who grasps by the heel or supplanter
2966JimmiThe Cheater
2967JimmieSomeone who grasps by the heel or supplanter
2968Jimmyson of Demeter
2969Jinellefrom guinevere
2970JinnyVariant of Jenny which is a diminutive of Jane and Jennifer.
2971JisellePledge. Phonetic spelling of Giselle.
2972JoYahweh is gracious
2973JoanYahweh is gracious
2974JoanaGod is with us
2975JoandraYahweh is gracious
2976JoanieGod is with us
2977JoannGod is with us
2978JoannaGod is with us
2979JoanneYahweh is gracious
2980JobyVariant of Job 'persecuted'.
2981JocelinaMedieval male name adopted as a feminine name.
2982JocelineMedieval male name adopted as a feminine name.
2983JocelyneTribal
2984JocelynnMedieval male name adopted as a feminine name.
2985JodaFeminine of nickname for Joseph and Jude.
2986JodeeFeminine of nickname for Joseph and Jude.
2987JodiNoble (nobility)
2988JodieNoble (nobility)
2989JodyDiminutive of Judith: Jewess. Praised.
2990JoeMay the Lord add
2991JoeyYahweh grant increase
2992JohathanGod has given
2993JohnJohn is a given name used for boys in the English language but it originated from a latin form of The Greek name "Ioannes and Iohannes". At first, it was known as Hellenized Jews then transfered to Hebrew name Yohanan meaning "Graced by God" or Yehohanan meaning "God is Gracious".
2994JohnettaModern feminine of John and Jon.
2995JohnicaGod is reconciling
2996JohnnaGod is with us
2997JohnnetaGod is reconciling
2998JohnniGod is reconciling
2999JohnnieGod is gracious
3000JohnnyYahweh is gracious
3001JohntonGod has given
3002JoiRejoicing.
3003JoiaRejoicing.
3004JoleenVariant of Jolene: Compound of Jo and the feminine name element -ene.
3005JoleighCheerful; pretty.
3006JoleneCompound of Jo and the feminine name element -ene.
3007JoliceNoble, kind
3008JolieCheerful; pretty.
3009JolinaA well-established compound of Jo-
3010JolineA well-established compound of Jo-
3011JonYahweh is gracious
3012JonalynModern feminine of John and Jon.
3013JonalynnModern feminine of John and Jon.
3014JonathaGod has given
3015JonayModern feminine of John and Jon.
3016JondalarCreated Name
3017JonellModern feminine of John and Jon.
3018JonelleYahweh is gracious
3019JonesPigeon
3020JoniModern feminine of John and Jon.
3021JonitaModern feminine of John and Jon.
3022JonithanGod has given
3023JonnVariant of John or abbreviation of Jonathan 'Jehovah has been gracious; has shown favor.'.
3024JonnaGod is gracious
3025JonniModern feminine of John and Jon.
3026JonnieGod is gracious
3027JonthanGod has given
3028Jontygift of Yahweh
3029JoranThe fictional character Jorel father of Superman.
3030JoraynBeautiful autumn rain
3031Jorcinafarmer or husbandman
3032Jordieditor of the Earth
3033JorgiaAgricultural Worker
3034Jorieditor of the Earth
3035JosalindModern blend of Jocelyn and Rosalind.
3036JoscelynMedieval male name adopted as a feminine name.
3037JoscelynePlayful.
3038JoseluisGod will increase
3039JosephsGod will increase
3040JosethGod will increase
3041JoshephGod will increase
3042JosianGod will increase
3043Josieadded
3044Josinaadded
3045JoslinMedieval male name adopted as a feminine name.
3046JoslynMedieval male name adopted as a feminine name.
3047Jourdainearth, land
3048JoyaRejoicing.
3049JoyannaJoy
3050JoyanneJoy
3051Joycamaster
3052Joyceannecheerful, happy
3053Joycelyncheerful, happy
3054Joycelynncheerful, happy
3055JoyeJoy
3056JoyelleJoy
3057Jozycostly
3058JudgeJudge
3059JudsonSon Of Judd
3060JulianneThe young man, dedicated to Jupiter
3061JulieonnaBelow gehaard
3062JusteeneRighteous
3063JustinRighteous
3064JustisJust; upright; righteous. Form of New Testament Biblical name Justus.
3065JyleHandsome
3066KaceyWest-Brabant name
3067KaciA phonetic form of the initials K. C. Also a variant of the Irish name Casey: alert; vigorous.
3068KaciaA phonetic form of the initials K. C. Also a variant of the Irish name Casey: alert; vigorous.
3069KacyA phonetic form of the initials K. C. Also a variant of the Irish name Casey: alert; vigorous.
3070KadiRhyming variant of Katy, meaning pure; or Cady, meaning a rhythmic flow of sounds.
3071KadiaRhyming variant of Katy, meaning pure; or Cady, meaning a rhythmic flow of sounds.
3072KadianRhyming variant of Katy, meaning pure; or Cady, meaning a rhythmic flow of sounds.
3073KadieRhyming variant of Katy, meaning pure; or Cady, meaning a rhythmic flow of sounds.
3074KadienneRhyming variant of Katy, meaning pure; or Cady, meaning a rhythmic flow of sounds.
3075KadyVariant of Cady meaning 'a rhythmic flow of sounds. '.
3076KaelaWise Child
3077Kaelenekeyholder
3078Kaelikeyholder
3079KaetyBlessed, divine, sacred
3080KahliaFriend
3081KailaWho is like God
3082Kailankeyholder
3083KaileeVariant of Kay and Kayla, meaning: keeper of the keys; pure.
3084Kailinkeyholder
3085Kailynpulchritudinous
3086Kaisealert, vigorous
3087KalahPrinces
3088KalanVariant of Kay and Kayla, meaning: keeper of the keys; pure.
3089Kaleekeyholder
3090Kaleighpulchritudinous
3091KalenVariant of Kay and Kayla. 'keeper of the keys; pure.'.
3092Kaleypulchritudinous
3093KalinVariant of Kay and Kayla, meaning: keeper of the keys; pure.
3094KallieThe
3095KallitaModern variant of Callie.
3096KallyModern variant of Callie meaning: lark.
3097KalvinVariant of Calvin: Bald. Famous Bearers: Early 20th century American President Coolidge; fashion designer Calvin Klein.
3098KalynVariant of Kay and Kayla, meaning: keeper of the keys; pure.
3099KalystaThe
3100KamberFrom Cambria (Wales)
3101Kameliaderived from the flower name camelia
3102KamilleFree-born; noble. Variant of Camilla.
3103KamrenModern variant of Cameron used for girls.
3104KandaceBrand-white
3105KandiHonest
3106KandiceBrand-white
3107KandyBrand-white
3108KanyonRidge
3109KapriCaprice.
3110KaranAbbreviation of Katherine. Pure.
3111Karenthe ever pure, pure
3112KariaBlessed, pure, holy
3113KarismaFavor; gift;carisma.
3114KarminaVariant of Carmen. Fruitful orchard, as Mount Carmel in Palestine.
3115Karola non-noble freeman
3116KarolynMasculinity
3117KaronAbbreviation of Katherine. Pure.
3118KarrVariant of Carr: Swamp; bog.
3119KarrenAbbreviation of Katherine. Pure.
3120KarsenVariant of Carson: Son who lives in the swamp; son of Carr.
3121KarstonFrom Karl's Town
3122KarynAbbreviation of Katherine. Pure.
3123KaseyVariant of Casey: Observant; alert; vigorous.
3124KasiaAlert, vigorous. Modern variant of Casey.
3125KassiContemporary abbreviation of Kassandra and other names that being with 'Kas-'.
3126KassiaVariant of Katherine. Pure.
3127Kassidycurls
3128KassieAbbreviation of Cassandra. Unheeded prophetess. In Homer's 'The Iliad' Cassandra's prediction of the fall of Troy was unheeded.
3129KassyHerb Tree
3130KatelineWest-Brabant name
3131KathPure
3132KatherinaPure
3133KatherinePure
3134KatherynPure
3135KathiRein of pure, blessed, pure, holy
3136Kathleenclean or pure
3137KathrinePure
3138KathyClean / pure
3139KatiellaBlessed, pure, holy beauty
3140KatilynPure
3141KatlinPure
3142KatlynPure
3143KatlynePure
3144KatlynnWest-Brabant name
3145KatlynneWest-Brabant name
3146KayanaVariant of Kay: keeper of the keys; pure.
3147KayannaVariant of Kay: keeper of the keys; pure.
3148KayceModern Kacie and variants are phonetic forms of the initials K. C. or variants of the Irish name Casey 'alert; vigorous. '.
3149KayceeModern Kacie and variants are phonetic forms of the initials K. C. or variants of the Irish name Casey 'alert; vigorous. '.
3150KayciModern Kacie and variants are phonetic forms of the initials K. C. or variants of the Irish name Casey 'alert; vigorous. '.
3151KayeVariant of Kay: keeper of the keys; pure.
3152KaylahThat
3153Kaylanpulchritudinous
3154KayleeVariant of Katherine. 'Pure. ' Variant of Kay and Kayla 'keeper of the keys; pure. '.
3155Kayleenkeyholder
3156Kaylenkeyholder
3157Kaylenekeyholder
3158KayleyDescendant
3159Kaylikeyholder
3160KaylieDescendant
3161KaylinVariant of Kay and Kayla. Keeper of the keys; pure.
3162Kaylypulchritudinous
3163Kaylynkeyholder
3164Kaylynnkeyholder
3165KeananAncient
3166KeatonPlace of the hawks.
3167KeciaAbbreviation of Lakeisha. Great joy.
3168KedricExample of kindness
3169KeenWise, Proud
3170KeinanImmemorial
3171KelemonLegendary daughter of Kei.
3172KellsieIsland Of The Ships
3173KelsayIslander
3174KelsieVictorious ship
3175KelsonSon Of Kelsey
3176KelsyVictorious ship
3177KelvenRiver man.
3178KempWarrior.
3179Kempecamp battle
3180KendaChild Of Clear, Cool Water
3181KendalRoyal valley. Derived from a place name and surname 'Cumbrian', which means 'Valley of the River Kent'.
3182KendallVariant of Kendal: Royal valley. Derived from a place name and surname 'Cumbrian', which means 'Valley of the River Kent'.
3183Kendrason
3184KendriaBorn
3185Kendrickson
3186KendrikRoyal chieftain. Surname.
3187KenithHandsome, ardent
3188KenleyFrom the king's meadow.
3189KennAbbreviation of names beginning with 'Ken-'.
3190KennardBrave chieftain.
3191Kenricfearless leader
3192KenriekRoyal ruler
3193KenseyKing's Victory
3194KensingtonThe Town Of Cynsige's People
3195Kentshapely, clean
3196KentonRoyal chieftain. Derived from the surname and place name, Kent.
3197Kenwaycourageous in battle
3198KenyonFrom The Mound Of Einion
3199Kerhouse
3200KermeildeGilded.
3201KerrieBlack
3202KerstaDesignated, follower of Christ
3203KerstiDesignated, follower of Christ
3204KerstieDesignated, follower of Christ
3205KesterFrom the Roman camp.
3206Kestrellittle hawk
3207KettyRuler.
3208KevaBeautiful child. Feminine of Kevin.
3209KeviaBeautiful child. Feminine of Kevin.
3210KhloeFlourishing
3211KiandraVariant of Kian. Ancient.
3212Kievemythical name
3213KimYahweh focuses on
3214KimballBold family. Bold kin.
3215KimberelyCyneburga `s Plain
3216KimberleeCyneburga `s Plain
3217KimberleyForest meadow Cyneburg
3218KimberliCyneburga `s Plain
3219KimberlieCyneburga `s Plain
3220KimberlyForest meadow Cyneburg
3221KimbleWarrior chief.
3222KimbraFrom the royal fortress meadow.
3223KimbraleeCyneburga `s Plain
3224KimbrielleSublime torch royal Plain
3225KimlyThe Royal Plain
3226KindraBorn
3227KingKing. King's field. Title used as a surname by the members of a royal household. Famous Bearer: American film director King Vidor.
3228KingsleyFrom the king's wood/meadow. Used as a first name since the 19th century. Famous Bearer: British novelist Kingsley Amis.
3229KingstonFrom the king's village or estate 'King's field.' King is one of several titles occasionally used as given names.
3230KinseyKing's Victory
3231KinsleyDescendant
3232KipFrom the pointed hill.
3233KiplingFrom Cuppel's People
3234KippieFrom the pointed hill.
3235KirkleyFrom the church's meadow.
3236KirkwoodFrom the church's forest.
3237KitDiminutive of Katherine: Pure. Clear. From the Gaelic form Caitlin.
3238KittDiminutive of Christopher: He who holds Christ in his heart. Diminutive of Christian: Follower of Christ.
3239KnightNoble or soldier.
3240KnoxFrom The Small Hill
3241KodieVariant of Cody: Cushion; helpful.
3242KodyDescendant
3243KolbyDark; dark-haired.
3244KoleVictory of the people
3245KolleenGirl
3246KorriganSpearman. Surname.
3247KraigVariant of Craig: Rock.
3248KrishnonaBlack, dark
3249KrissFollower of Christ
3250KristalenaCrystal
3251KristenaFollower of christ
3252KristianaFollower of christ
3253KristianeFollower of christ
3254KristiannaFollower of christ
3255KristianneThe anointed
3256KristinFollower
3257KristineFollower
3258KrystabelleCrystal
3259KrystalCrystal
3260KrystianaFollower of christ
3261Krystineanointed
3262KrystleClear, brilliant glass
3263KurtDiminutive of the German variant of Conrad: Bold counsel. Honest advisor.
3264KyleighFeminine of Kyle.
3265KymYahweh focuses on
3266KynanChief.
3267KyndallRoyal valley, referring to Kent in England.
3268KysonSon Of Ky
3269LaberthaBright fame
3270LaceeDerived from Lacey which is a French Nobleman's surname brought to British Isles after Norman conquest.
3271LaceyDerived from Lacey which is a French Nobleman's surname brought to British Isles after Norman conquest.
3272LachLives near water.
3273LacheLives near water.
3274LacherryCherry
3275LaciDerived from Lacey which is a French Nobleman's surname brought to British Isles after Norman conquest.
3276LacieDerived from Lacey which is a French Nobleman's surname brought to British Isles after Norman conquest.
3277LacyDerived from Lacey which is a French Nobleman's surname brought to British Isles after Norman conquest.
3278LadyLady
3279Lady-GagaThe lady from heaven
3280LaginaFamous warrior
3281LajohnGod is reconciling
3282LakeshaAlive
3283LakishaAlive
3284LalisaNoble, kind
3285LalisiaNoble, kind
3286LallyLike talking
3287Lamarithe embittered
3288LancasterFort on the Lune river
3289LancelotFollower
3290LandenLong
3291LanderFrom the grassy plain.
3292LandersDescendent Of The Countryside Dweller
3293LandonLong
3294LandriLand Ruler
3295Landryrough land
3296LaneFrom the long meadow 'Path; roadway.'.
3297LanetteRock
3298LaneyTorch;
3299LangeTall.
3300LaniceVariant of Lana. Fair; good-looking.
3301LaniePath; roadway. Variant of surnames Lane and Laine.
3302LannaRock
3303LannieAbbreviation of names like Roland.
3304LannyAbbreviation of names like Roland.
3305LaquishaAlive
3306LarTeach
3307LarhondaGood bay
3308Laricrowned with laurel
3309LarkinLike A Lark
3310LarkynSongbird
3311LashondaGod is reconciling
3312Lassvirgin
3313Lassieyoung girl, maiden
3314LathanRhyming form of the Hebrew Nathan.
3315LaticiaModern form of medieval name Letitia. Joyful;happy.
3316LatimerInterprets Latin.
3317LatonyaPraiseworthy
3318LatoriaVictorious
3319LatorriaVictorious
3320LatorryVictorious
3321LaunderFrom the grassy plain.
3322LauraleeThe laurel tree or sweet bay tree symbolic of honor and victory. Old name with many variants.
3323LaureanForm of Lauren. From the place of laurel trees.
3324LaureanaBay leaf
3325LaureanoFrom the place of laurel trees.
3326LaureenThe laurel tree or sweet bay tree symbolic of honor and victory. Old name with many variants.
3327Laurelthe award-winning
3328LaureleneBay leaf
3329LaurelleThe laurel tree or sweet bay tree symbolic of honor and victory.
3330LaurenFeminine form of Lorin: Variant of Laurence: From the place of laurel trees.
3331LaurenaFrom Laurentum, Italy
3332Laurencethe award-winning
3333Laurenelaurel
3334LaurenneFrom Laurentium; the place of the laurel trees; place of honor and victory. Feminine of Lawrence.
3335LaurentiaFrom Laurentium; the place of the laurel trees; place of honor and victory. Feminine of Lawrence dating from time of the Romans.
3336LaurettaFrom Laurentum, Italy
3337LaurianFrom the place of laurel trees.
3338LaurianoFrom the place of laurel trees.
3339LaurielThe laurel tree or sweet bay tree symbolic of honor and victory.
3340LaurynMasculinity
3341LavaMoulton earth
3342Lavendera purple flowering plant
3343LavernaBorn in the spring.
3344LaverneThe goddess of thieves in ancient Italian lore.
3345LavonWood
3346LawFrom the hill.
3347LawfordFrom the ford at the hill.
3348LawleyFrom the hill meadow.
3349LawrieBay leaf
3350LawsonMasculinity
3351LawtonFrom the hillside farm.
3352LayFrom the meadow farm.
3353LayneDweller By The Road
3354LaytonVariant of Leighton: Herb garden. From the meadow farm. A surname and place name.
3355Lazthe award-winning
3356Lealion
3357LealFaithful.
3358LeanderForm of Leander. 'Lionlike man.'.
3359LeannDerived from an Irish Gaelic of Helen: (light;beautiful woman); variant of Liana: (youthful;bond).
3360LeannaDerived from an Irish Gaelic of Helen: (light;beautiful woman); variant of Liana: (youthful;bond).
3361Leannejuvenile or dedicated to Jupiter
3362LearShakespearian king.
3363LeatriceStrong and brave as a lion
3364LeciaOf noble birth
3365Leelion, hard
3366LeeaPlain
3367LeeannDerived from an Irish Gaelic of Helen: (light;beautiful woman); variant of Liana: (youthful;bond).
3368LeeanneDerived from an Irish Gaelic of Helen: (light;beautiful woman); variant of Liana: (youthful;bond).
3369LeelandOne who lives by unseeded land
3370LeesaDedicated to God
3371LeiaMeadow.
3372LeiannaDerived from an Irish Gaelic of Helen: (light;beautiful woman); variant of Liana: (youthful;bond).
3373LeigbMeadow.
3374LeighFrom the meadow.
3375LeighannaCombination Of Leigh And Anna
3376LeightonHerb garden. From the meadow farm. A surname and place name.
3377LeisaDedicated to God
3378Lelandcountry
3379LeleLoyal.
3380LemanFrom the valley.
3381LennyDiminutive of Leonard: Hardy lion or lion-bold. St Leonard is the patron saint of prisoners. Famous Bearers: American composer/conductor Leonard Bernstein; Italian Renaissance artist/scientist Leonardo da Vinci (in Italian form).
3382LenoraShining light. Variant of Eleanor.
3383Lensarwith his parents
3384LeoLion.
3385LeomaStrong and brave as a lion
3386Leonatomuch ado about nothing governor of messina
3387Leontesthe winters tale king of sicilia
3388Leopoldpeople
3389LesterFortified place. Derived from the place name, Leicester Famous Bearer: Canadian statesman Lester B. Pearson (1897-1972).
3390LetteJoy, happiness
3391LevertonFrom the rush farm.
3392LevinaDerived from the Roman given name Levinia.
3393LevonConnected
3394LevyConnected
3395LevynaIssh.
3396LewDiminutive of Lewis: English variant of the Franco-Germanic name Louis: Famous warrior. In Wales, sometimes Lewis is used in place of Llewellyn. Famous Bearer: 19th century writer Lewis Carroll.
3397Lewellaenlightened
3398LewinBeloved Friend
3399LexAbbreviation of Alexander.
3400LexandraDefender of mankind. Feminine of Alexander.
3401Lexiaprotector of the people
3402LexieDefend
3403Lexusprotector of the people
3404LeyMeadow.
3405LeydyLady
3406LeymanFrom the valley.
3407LeytonSmall Town
3408Lianathe juvenile or dedicated to Jupiter
3409LianeDaughter of the sun. Diminutive of Eliana.
3410LiannaThe young man, dedicated to Jupiter
3411Liannejuvenile or dedicated to Jupiter
3412LibbyDiminutive of Elisabeth or Elizabeth, from Elisheba, meaning either oath of God, or God is satisfaction. Also a diminutive of Bethia (daughter or worshipper of God), and of Bethany, a New Testament village near Jerusalem.
3413LibertyFree.
3414LieslGod has sworn
3415LilaFeminine of Lyle: from the island. Variant of Delilah.
3416LilahFeminine of Lyle: from the island. Variant of Delilah.
3417LilianVariant of Lillian derived from the flower name Lily. Symbol of innocence; purity; beauty.
3418LilibetLily
3419LilibethLily
3420LillaLily
3421LillahDiminutive of Elisabeth or Elizabeth, from Elisheba, meaning either oath of God, or God is satisfaction. Also a diminutive of Bethia (daughter or worshipper of God), and of Bethany, a New Testament village near Jerusalem.
3422Lilliamlily flower
3423LillianGod has sworn
3424LillianaLilies
3425Lilliewater lily
3426LilybethLily
3427LinFrom the linden tree dell.
3428LinaDerived from ending of Carolina.
3429LincLake colony
3430LindelFrom the linden tree dell.
3431LindellLives by the linden tree valley.
3432LindenThe linden tree.
3433LindiVariant of Linda: lime tree; linden tree; beautiful.
3434LindisfarneFrom Lindisfarne.
3435LindleyFrom the linden tree meadow.
3436LindlyFrom the linden tree meadow.
3437LindsReduced Lindsay
3438LindseeLincoln `s Ven
3439LindsleyLincoln `s Ven
3440LineFrom the bank.
3441LinfordFrom the linden tree ford.
3442Linkhose
3443LinleyFrom the flax field.
3444LinlyFrom the flax field.
3445LinnRuddy-complected
3446LinneWaterfall.
3447LinnetteGrace
3448LinnieClean Image
3449LintonFrom the flax enclosure.
3450LintunFrom the flax enclosure.
3451LinwoodFrom the linden tree dell.
3452LionStrong and brave as a lion
3453LionelYoung lion. Diminutive of Leon. One of the knights of King Arthur's Round Table. Famous Bearers: American actor Lionel Barrymore (1878-1954) and British actor Lionel Jeffries (born 1926).
3454LionellYoung lion.
3455LioraThe laurel tree or sweet bay tree symbolic of honor and victory. Old name with many variants.
3456LisaGod has sworn
3457LisandraDefender of mankind. Feminine of Alexander.
3458LisbetAbbreviation of Elizabeth.
3459LisiaNoble, kind
3460LissaGod Is My Oath
3461Listcunning
3462LiviaLife. Ancient Roman name. Abbreviation of Olivia.
3463LivingstonLeofwine's settlement
3464LizGod has sworn
3465LizaGod has sworn
3466LizabethAbbreviation of Elizabeth.
3467LizandraGod has sworn
3468LizbetAbbreviation of Elizabeth.
3469LizbethGod has sworn
3470LizetteDedicated to god
3471LizzGod has sworn
3472LlaraMeek.
3473LlewellynLeader. Lion-like.
3474LloydGrey. One with grey hair. In common use as both a surname and first name.
3475LlundeinFrom London.
3476Locbutton
3477LockettClosed
3478LockieWarrior
3479LockwoodFrom the enclosed wood.
3480LodemaGuide.
3481LolyCaring, flower
3482LomarSon of Omar
3483Lona"Yellow money."
3484LondonThe capital of the United Kingdom. Famous bearers include writer Jack London.
3485LoniNoble
3486LonnieNoble
3487LonnyPrepared for battle
3488LoraGod is my light
3489Loranthe award-winning
3490LoranceFrom Laurentum, Italy
3491LoreeBay leaf
3492LoreenGod is my light
3493LorenVariant of Lorin: Variant of Laurence: From the place of laurel trees. Famous Bearer: conductor Lorin Maazel (born 1930).
3494LorenceModern usage. 'From the place of the laurel trees.'.
3495LoreneGod is my light
3496LoreniaGod is my light
3497LorennaGod is my light
3498Lorensthe award-winning
3499LoretaDiminutive of Laura or Lora referring to the laurel tree or sweet bay tree symbolic of honor and victory.
3500LoretoCities in Italy
3501LoretteDiminutive of Laura or Lora referring to the laurel tree or sweet bay tree symbolic of honor and victory.
3502LorianGod is my light
3503LorianaGod is my light
3504LoriannGod is my light
3505LorianneGod is my light
3506LorielGod is my light
3507LorimarSaddle maker.
3508LorinVariant of Laurence: From the place of laurel trees. Famous Bearer: conductor Lorin Maazel (born 1930).
3509LorindaModern variant of Lora and Laurie referring to the laurel tree or sweet bay tree symbolic of honor and victory.
3510LorreyBay leaf
3511LorrieBay leaf
3512LorrinFrom Laurentum, Italy
3513LorryBay leaf
3514LorynForm of Lorenzo and Lawrence.
3515LouellaFull fame warrior, a warrior for loot or in all respects wise
3516LousieFamous warrior
3517Louvaincity in belgium
3518LouveniaCities in Belgium
3519Lovefull of love
3520LovedayName given to children that are born on a love day. A love day was a 12th century tradition - a day set aside for reconciliation and settling of disputes. Today, this name is found occasionally as a surname.
3521Lovelking richard iii lord lovel
3522Lovely-CandySnoeperd.
3523Lovettelittle loved one
3524Lowellwolf
3525LowriWelsh form of Laura, meaning laurel.
3526Loyalfaith
3527LsssGirl.
3528Luannglorious war hero
3529LucanA famous Roman poet, who lived around the first century. The meaning of the name is unknown.
3530LucastaThis name was invented by 17th-century British poet Richard Lovelace. His poem of that name was published in 1649.
3531LuciLight; illumination.
3532LucianneGracious Light
3533Luckyhappy
3534Lucullusthe life of timon of athens
3535Ludielighting
3536LudlowFrom The Loud River Hill
3537LuelFamous eleven
3538LugWelsh form of Luke 'light'.
3539LuraBay leaf
3540LuvinaDerived from the Roman given name Levinia.
3541LylaFeminine of Lyle: from the island. Variant of Delilah.
3542LyleThe island or from the island. From Old French 'L'isle'.
3543LymanMan of the valley
3544LyndLives by the linden tree.
3545LyndallVariant of Linda: lime tree; linden tree; beautiful.
3546LyndeSoft
3547LyndonLime tree hill. Lives by the linden tree. Both a surname and place name. Famous Bearer: past American president Lyndon Baines Johnson.
3548LyndsayVariant of Lindsey: from the linden tree island.
3549LyndseaLincoln `s Ven
3550LynelleVariant of ancient Welsh given name Eluned: From 'cilun' meaning idol.
3551Lynessaidol
3552LynetGrace
3553Lynethbeautiful one
3554Lynetteidol
3555LynleyAbbreviation of Lynnette who accompanied Sir Gareth on a knightly quest in Arthurian legend; variant of the Irish Gaelic word 'lann' meaning 'house; church. '.
3556Lynnshield of linden wood or hose
3557Lynnashield of linden wood or hose
3558LynnetteVariant of ancient Welsh given name Eluned: From 'cilun' meaning idol. In Arthurian legend Lynette accompanied Sir Gareth on a knightly quest.
3559LynzeLincoln `s Ven
3560LynzeeVariant of Lindsey: from the linden tree island.
3561LyraOf the Iyre. Song.
3562Lyrea harp or lyre
3563LyssaOf noble birth
3564LyttonFrom The Town By The Torrent
3565Lyudmilahoney abbreviation of melissa, lissandra, alyssa
3566LyviaLife
3567LyzaAbbreviation of Elizabeth and Eliza.
3568LyzbethAbbreviation of Elizabeth.
3569MabelDiminutive of Amabel: Lovable.
3570MabellaVariant of Mabel: Diminutive of Amabel: Lovable.
3571MableVariant of Mabel: Diminutive of Amabel: Lovable.
3572MachelleAs God
3573Macigift of Yahweh
3574Maciegift of Yahweh
3575Macymarjoram (herb). Also known as Marjoram Herb Sausage or
3576Maddievariant of Magdalena
3577MaddocksonSon of Maddock.
3578MaddocsonBeneficent
3579MaddoxSon of Maddock.
3580MaddyDiminutive of Madeleine: Woman of Magdala. Tower.
3581Madelenevariant of Magdalena
3582MadelinMagdalene, tower
3583MadisonDerived from a surname meaning "son of Maud." Contemporary usage has made the name common for both genders.
3584Madisyngood variant of madison
3585MadlynBeauty tower
3586MadogBeneficent
3587MadraMotherly
3588MadreMother.
3589MaeMay. In Roman mythology Maia: (source of the month May) was goddess of spring growth.
3590MaedFrom the meadow.
3591MaelPearl
3592MaertisaFamous.
3593MagalineMagdalene, tower
3594MagdaliaWoman Of Magdala
3595MagdelenaMagdalene, tower
3596MaggiAbbreviation of Margaret. A pearl.
3597Maggie-Lynbeautiful child of light
3598MaggyPearl, Daughter of the Sea, Child of Light
3599MagnoliaMagnolia (flowering shrub).
3600Mahoganydark red wood
3601MaidaMaiden; virgin.
3602Maidelvirgin
3603MaitaneDearly loved.
3604MaitenaDearly loved.
3605MakalahPrinces
3606MakaylaThat
3607MakenziChild of Fire
3608MakenzieChild of Fire
3609MakeylaAs God
3610MalandraMasculine, brave, strong
3611MalaurieMy girl, crowned with laurel
3612MalindaCombination Of Malia And Linda
3613Malliethe embittered
3614MallorySurname popular as a girl's name due to popular character Mallory on the TV series Family Ties.
3615MalorieDark, black
3616MalvinaSmooth brow.
3617MalvynLeader
3618MalynLittle warrior.
3619Mamieornament
3620Mandataken from Mary Magdalene
3621ManderMine
3622MandiAbbreviation of Amanda, meaning worthy of being loved.
3623MandieAbbreviation of Amanda, meaning worthy of being loved.
3624Manhattanwhiskey
3625ManlyFrom the hero's meadow.
3626MansfieldFrom the field by the small river.
3627Maralynshapely, clean
3628Marcellthe militant
3629Marciewarlike
3630MardelSurname used as a given name.
3631MardenFrom the valley with the pool. Surname used as a given name.
3632MardonFrom the valley with the pool.
3633MareeVariant of Latin Mary: bitter.
3634Mareesaderived from maria
3635Margeriederived from the french margerie
3636MargieA shortened variation of the name Margaret.
3637Marguirettornament
3638Marguriteornament
3639Marianshapely clean
3640Maridithprotector of the sea
3641Marieshapely clean
3642Marie-Christineshapely clean
3643Marielthe embittered
3644Mariettashapely, clean
3645MarigoldMarigold (flower name). Mary's gold - refers to both the flower and the mother of Jesus.
3646Marilynnshapely, clean
3647Marjeornament
3648MarjiWest-Brabant name
3649MarjoVariant of the French Margerie.
3650MarjolaineHerb
3651MarkesMasculinity
3652MarlaNoble (nobility)
3653MarlainaNoble (nobility)
3654MarlanA Form of Merle.
3655MarlanaNoble (nobility)
3656Marleenshapely clean
3657MarleenaVariant of Madeline 'Woman from Magdala.
3658MarleeneVariant of Madeline 'Woman from Magdala.
3659MarleighMarshy meadow. Also Variant of Marlene 'Woman from Magdala.'.
3660MarlenaVariant of Madeline 'Woman from Magdala.
3661Marleneshapely clean
3662MarlenneFeminine of Marlon. Also a variant of Marlene: Woman from Magdala.
3663Marleyshapely clean
3664Marlinshapely clean
3665MarlinaVariant of Marlene, derived from Madeline: Woman from Magdala.
3666MarlindaVariant of Marlene, derived from Madeline: Woman from Magdala.
3667MarlineNoble (nobility)
3668MarloLake Remains
3669MarlonLittle Warlike One
3670MarlowFrom the hill by the lake. 'Marshy meadow.'.
3671MarloweFrom the hill by the lake.
3672MarlyFull fame warrior
3673MarlynBlend of Marie or Mary and Lyn.
3674Marlysshapely, clean
3675MarlyssaVariant of Marlene 'Woman from Magdala.'.
3676Mars-Leucetiusgod worshipped at bath
3677MarsdenFrom the marsh valley.
3678Marshalhorse
3679Marshallhorse
3680MarshellHorse trimmer
3681Martynwar
3682Marullusthe tragedy of julius caesar a tribune
3683Marvenshapely, clean
3684MarvynSea
3685MarwinForm of Mervin.
3686MaryanVariant of Mary, meaning bitter, often used as English surname.
3687Maryannshapely, clean
3688MaryannaDerived from Mary Bitter. Mary was the biblical mother of Christ. Names like Dolores and Mercedes have been created to express aspects of Mary's life and worship.
3689Maryanneshapely clean
3690MaryjoDerived from Mary Bitter. Mary was the biblical mother of Christ. Names like Dolores and Mercedes have been created to express aspects of Mary's life and worship.
3691Marylinshapely, clean
3692MaryluDerived from Mary 'Bitter.' Mary was the biblical mother of Christ. Names like Dolores and Mercedes have been created to express aspects of Mary's life and worship.
3693MarylynBlend of Marie or Mary and Lyn.
3694MaryonDerived from Mary, meaning bitter. Mary was the biblical mother of Christ. Often used as English surname.
3695MasonWorker in stone. Surname.
3696MastonFrom The Marsh Settlement
3697MatherPowerful army.
3698MathersSon of Mather.
3699MathersonSon of Mather.
3700MathewGift
3701MathiasGift from God
3702MattGift of the Lord
3703MatthiasGift from God
3704MaudePowerful
3705MauriceMoor, inhabitant of Mauritania
3706MaverickWhen a nineteenth-century American named Maverick refused to brand his calves as other ranchers did; his name came to signify an independent man who avoids conformity.
3707MavisSong thrush (bird).
3708MaxieThe greatest. Feminine of Max.
3709MaximillianLittle
3710MaxtonFrom Maccus' Town
3711MaybeMaybe
3712MaybellStunning fifth month
3713MaybelleStunning fifth month
3714MaybellineBitter beauty
3715Maydavirgin
3716Maydevirgin
3717Mayethe embittered
3718MayerHeadman. mayor. Surname.
3719MayesServant Or Child Of Matthew
3720Maymeornament
3721MaynardPowerful
3722MayraVariant of Maire, a Gaelic form of Mary: bitter.
3723MechelleAs God
3724MedyrLegendary son of Medyredydd.
3725MegenPearl, Daughter of the Sea, Child of Light, Pearl
3726MeggiePearl
3727Meiganornament
3728MeilygLegendary son of Caw.
3729MekaylaAs God
3730MeldonFrom the hillside mill.
3731MeldrickFrom the powerful mill.
3732MeliaRival;
3733MelisaaBee
3734MelishaBee
3735MellieBee
3736MelloneyBlack
3737MellonyDark, black
3738Melodemelody
3739Melodimelody
3740Melodiemelody
3741MelodyMelody (song).
3742MeloniDark, black
3743MelonyDark, black
3744MeltonMill City
3745Melvinfriend
3746MelyndaBlend of Melissa and Linda.
3747MelyssaBee
3748Merandato be the superior one
3749MercherWelsh form of Mercury, messenger of the gods.
3750MerciaPeople of the borderland. From Mercia. Compassion; forbearance.
3751MeredithGuardian of the sea. Great chief. This name can be given to children of either gender, but is more common among girls.
3752MeredyddGuardian of the sea.
3753MeriMirthful; joyous. Also an abbreviation of Meredith.
3754MeridelMirthful; joyous. Also an abbreviation of Meredith.
3755Merilynshapely, clean
3756MerleBlackbird.
3757MerleneFalcon
3758MerlinSea
3759MerrickMoor
3760MerrillFrom The Pleasant Hill
3761Merrilynshapely, clean
3762MerrittFrom The Boundary Gate
3763MerryDiminutive of Meredith: Guardian of the sea. Great chief. This name can be given to children of either gender, but is more common among girls.
3764MertonArrangement
3765Mervinshapely, clean
3766MeshellAs God
3767MeshelleAs God
3768Metellaone of love origin, latin
3769MicaelaThat
3770MiccaAs God
3771MichaelleAs God
3772MichaleneAs God
3773MichayleAs God
3774MicheliaAs God
3775MichellynDivine beauty
3776MichelyAs God
3777MichelynAs God
3778MickHebrew for "Who is like God"
3779MickaelaAs God
3780MickallaAs God
3781MickaylaAs God
3782MickeelAs God
3783MickellAs God
3784MickelleAs God
3785MickeyWho is like God
3786MickieWho is like God? Who is like God
3787Midgeornament
3788MikaelaThat
3789MikaleneAs God
3790MikayaAs God
3791MikaylaThat
3792MikaylahAs God
3793MikayleighAs God
3794MikaylinAs God
3795MikeHebrew for "Who is like God"
3796MikelaAs God
3797MikellaFeminine of Michael, meaning gift from God.
3798MikelleHebrew for "Who is like God"
3799MikeyWho Is Like The Lord?
3800MikeyaAs God
3801MikhaelAs God
3802Mikhailagift of Yahweh
3803MikiaAs God
3804MikkiHebrew for "Who is like God"
3805MikkoThat
3806MilLegendary son of Dugum.
3807MilanaGracious;
3808MilboroughMild borough or fortress.
3809MildeMild
3810MildraedMild of strength.
3811MildredSoft
3812MildridMild of strength.
3813Milesshapely, clean
3814MilfordFrom the mill's ford.
3815Millardguardian
3816Millenone who grinds grain occupational surname
3817MillerOne who grinds grain. Surname.
3818MillieStrength, determination. Diminutive of Amelia: From the Old German Amalburga, meaning labour, and the Latin Aemilia. Famous bearers: 18th century British King George III's daughter Princess Amelia' Henry Fielding's novel 'Amelia'.
3819MillmanMill worker.
3820Millsnear the mills
3821MillyDiminutive of Mildred: Mild of strength. Also a diminutive of the Latin Emily, from Aemilia, the feminine form of the Roman family name Aemilius.
3822MilmanMill worker.
3823MilneFrom The Mill
3824Miltfrom the mill town
3825MiltonArrangement
3826MilwardKeeper of the mill.
3827MimosaTropical Shrub
3828Mindihoney
3829MindieAbbreviation of Melinda.
3830MindsayMy mind says, vleivorm Lindsay
3831MindyCombination Of Mel And Linda
3832MintyDiminutive of Araminta: Thought to be a compound of Arabella and Aminta, invented by Restoration dramatist Sir John Vanbrugh.
3833MiquelaAs God
3834MiquellaAs God
3835MiquelleAs God
3836MiraculumMiracle, divine act
3837MireBog
3838Mirtathe embittered
3839MischelleAs God
3840MishaylaAs God
3841MissieBee
3842MistiMisty.
3843MistyCovered With Mist, Dew
3844MitcheleAs God
3845MitchelleAs God
3846MizellWood Cutter
3847ModestyWithout Conceit
3848ModigBrave
3849MoeMoor
3850Mollieshapely, clean
3851Mollyshapely, clean
3852MonteDiminutive of Montgomery: Mountain belonging to the ruler. Also can be a diminutive of Montague: Pointed hill. Steep mountain.
3853MontyDiminutive of Montgomery: Mountain belonging to the ruler. Also can be a diminutive of Montague: Pointed hill. Steep mountain.
3854Mopsathe winters tale shepherdess
3855MorcanDwells near the sea.
3856MorcarDwells near the sea.
3857MordredBrave
3858MoreFrom the moors.
3859MorenLegendary son of Iaen.
3860Morganclear
3861Morganashapely, clean
3862MorgantFrom the shore of the sea.
3863Moriathe wind
3864MorlyFrom the meadow on the moor.
3865MorrieDark-skinned. A Moor. Form of Maurice.
3866MorseDark-skinned. A Moor. Form of Maurice.
3867MortonArrangement
3868Morwenyoung girl
3869MorwennaMaiden; sea wave.
3870MossMedieval form of Moses 'saved from the water.'.
3871MowgliCreated Name
3872Mullgrinder
3873MurgatroydFrom Margaret's Clearing
3874Myashapely, clean
3875MychaelAs God
3876MychaelaHebrew for "Who is like God"
3877MykaelaAs God
3878MykailaAs God
3879MylaMerciful. Feminine of Myles.
3880Mylesshapely, clean
3881MyloMerciful.
3882MyraName invented by an Elizabethan writer (Fulke Greville, Lord Brooke) for a love poem.
3883MyrandaAdmirable, beautiful
3884MyrickMoor, inhabitant of Mauritania
3885MyrlFalcon
3886MyrtillaVariant of Myrtle: A flowering shrub.
3887MyrtleA flowering shrub.
3888NadeaHope
3889NakithaOnveroverd
3890NalanyHeaven `s calm
3891Nanventuring, brave
3892NanciGrace of God
3893NancieGrace of God
3894NancyGrace of God
3895NanetteFavor; grace. Variant of Ann or Anne: A variant of Hannah introduced to Britain in the 13th century.
3896NaquitaOnveroverd
3897NarissaSea nympf
3898NataleaChristmas days
3899NataleneChristmas days
3900NatalinaChristmas days
3901NatalineChristmas days
3902NatalleChristmas days
3903NatasheaChristmas days
3904NatashkaChristmas days
3905NatasshaChristmas days
3906NatassjaChristmas days
3907NataszaChristmas days
3908Nechtenname of a king
3909NedWealthy guardian
3910NeddaFeminine of Ned.
3911NeddyDiminutive of Edward: Wealthy guardian. From the Old English name Eadweard, meaning rich or happy, and guardian. Also a diminutive of Edgar: Fortunate and powerful.
3912NeelyThe horned
3913NeftaliBorn at Christmas
3914NeilaFeminine of Neil, meaning champion.
3915NeldaBy the alder tree.
3916NellDiminutive of Ellen or Eleanor: A variant of the Greek Helen, meaning shining light, or most beautiful woman.
3917NellaAbbreviation of Eleanor 'shining light. '.
3918NellieDiminutive of Ellen or Eleanor: A variant of the Greek Helen, meaning shining light, or most beautiful woman.
3919NellyDiminutive of Ellen or Eleanor: A variant of the Greek Helen, meaning shining light, or most beautiful woman.
3920NelsVictorious people
3921NelsonSon of the Champion. Famous Bearer: South African President Nelson Mandela (born 1918).
3922NerysLord.
3923NetiGrace of God
3924NetieGrace of God
3925NettiGrace of God
3926NettyName ending used as an independent name.
3927NetyGrace of God
3928NeuedLegendary father of Tringad.
3929Nevaehthe word Heaven spelled backwards. The name is a contemporary creation that has gained great popularity over a short period of time.
3930NevilleVariant of Nevil: From the new village. Originally a surname, since the late 19th century has been used occasionally as a first name. Famous Bearers: novelist Nevil Shute.
3931NewellFrom the new hall.
3932NewmanThe New Man
3933NewtonNew town; from the new farm.
3934NiaDerived from abbreviation of names with '-nia' ending.
3935NicDiminutive of Dominick: Lord.
3936NicholaVictory
3937Nickvictor by the people, loved by all
3938NickieVictory
3939NickoleConqueror of the people
3940NickyVictory
3941NicoConqueror of the people
3942NicolazaVictorious people
3943Nicsonvictor by the people, loved by all
3944NigelVariant of Neill: Champion. A dynasty of Irish kings was founded by Niall of the Nine Hostages.
3945NigellaChampion Or Black
3946NijelChampion. From the Irish and Scottish Niall.
3947NiketaOnveroverd
3948NiketriaOnveroverd
3949NikkiConqueror of the people
3950NikkyConqueror of the people
3951NikoleConqueror of the people
3952NikolleVictorious people
3953Nikosvictor by the people, loved by all
3954Niksonvictor by the people, loved by all
3955NilesChampion. Form of Niall.
3956NilesiaDeep
3957NimbusNimbus
3958NissyenLegendary son of Eurosswydd.
3959NivekHandsome, nice, dear
3960Nixenvictor by the people, loved by all
3961NixonAbbreviation of Nicholas. Mythological Nike was Greek goddess of victory and root origin of 'Nicholas.'.
3962NobelinaLosses of war.
3963Nodensa british god
3964Nodonsa british god
3965NoeleneChristmas
3966NoleneFeminine of Nolan 'noble' or variant abbreviation of 'Fenella' from Fiona, meaning fair.
3967NonieGod is my light
3968Norbertsplendor
3969Norbertoclear
3970NorinaHonor
3971NormanMan from the North. Vikings that settled in France were called Normans (hence the Normandy region of France).
3972NormandMan of the north. Surname.
3973NorminaNorth Man, Viking
3974Northfrom the north
3975NorthwodeFrom the north forest.
3976NortonFrom The Town In The North
3977Norvillefrom the north state
3978NorvinFriend of the north.
3979NorwelFrom the north spring.
3980NorwinFriend of the north.
3981NovaleonNew Lion
3982NowellChristmas
3983NuviaFriend
3984NyckolasVictorious people
3985Nylahwinner
3986NyleChampion.
3987NyomiBlessed pleasant
3988OakdenFrom the oak tree valley.
3989OakleyFrom the oak - tree meadow.
3990OberonNoble and bear-like. In a Midsummer Night's Dream, Shakespeare altered the spelling of Auberon (King of the fairies) to Oberon.
3991OctavianEighth
3992OdaleOf the valley.
3993Odelabundant
3994OdellOf the valley.
3995Odellalittle wealthy one
3996OdwulfWealthy wolf.
3997OfyddWelsh form of Ovid 'a Roman poet'.
3998OgdenFrom the oak tree valley.
3999OlLegendary son of Olwydd.
4000OlenaTorch
4001OlexaWarrior protector
4002OlitaWinged.
4003OllanegFrom Olney.
4004OlneyFrom Olney.
4005OndriaBrave, heroic, manly
4006OnnaGracious
4007OonaA
4008OpalOpal (precious stone). Jewel names became popular in the 19th century.
4009OraBeautiful seacoast.
4010OrabelBeautiful seacoast.
4011Ordspear
4012Ordwaywarrior armed with a spear
4013OreliaGolden.
4014OrellOre hill. Both a surname and a place name.
4015OriellaGolden beauty
4016OrielleGolden Lion God
4017OrikFrom the ancient oak tree.
4018Orlanbrave, brave
4019OrmanSpearman.
4020OrmerodComplement
4021OrmondRed
4022OrrinThe name of an English river.
4023OrtonFrom the shore farm.
4024OrvaSpecial friend.
4025OrvalVariant of Orville: Gold town. Famous Bearer: aviator Orville Wright (1871-1948) who (along with his brother Wilbur) designed and built the first true airplane.
4026OrvilSpear strength.
4027Orvillegold
4028OrvinSpear friend.
4029OsDivine.
4030OsbertDivinely brilliant.
4031OsmanGodly protection, a combination of the Old Norse words "ass" and "mundr."
4032OsmarDivinely glorious.
4033OsminGodly protection.
4034OsmundVariant of Osmond: Divine protector.
4035OsrickDivine ruler.
4036OsrikDivine ruler.
4037OssieDiminutive of Oscar: Divine spear; God's spear. Famous Bearer: poet Oscar Wilde (1854-1900), who was put on trial and imprisoned for homosexuality.
4038OssyDiminutive of Oscar: Divine spear; God's spear. Famous Bearer: poet Oscar Wilde (1854-1900), who was put on trial and imprisoned for homosexuality.
4039Oswaldshapely, clean
4040OswellDivinely powerful.
4041OswinDivine friend; God's friend.
4042Oswinename of a king
4043Othalittle wealthy one
4044OttilieElfin spear. Can also be a feminine variant of Odo: Wealthy, or of Ottilia: of the fatherland; fortunate heroine.
4045OvertonFrom The Riverbank Town
4046OweinYoung warrior.
4047OxfordFrom The Oak Valley
4048OxleyFrom the ox enclosure.
4049OzStrength, Courage
4050Ozzieshapely, clean
4051OzzyDiminutive of Oswald: Divine power.
4052PadrigWelsh form of Patrick 'noble'.
4053PaegastunFrom the fighter's farm.
4054PageAttendant.
4055Paitonvillage of the warrior
4056Paleyfrom the name paul
4057PamDiminutive of Pamela: Name invented in the 16th century for a heroine of the book 'Arcadia', by Sir Philip Sidney.
4058PamelaName invented in the 16th century for a heroine of the book 'Arcadia', by Sir Philip Sidney.
4059PameliaVariant of Pamela: Name invented in the 16th century for a heroine of the book 'Arcadia', by Sir Philip Sidney.
4060Pamilahoney
4061PandaPanda bear
4062Panderpericles prince of tyre a pander
4063PansyFlower
4064PanySon of Harry.
4065Paprikaspice
4066ParkOf the forest.
4067ParkerKeeper of the forest; forest ranger. Famous bearer: actor Parker Stevenson.
4068ParkinLittle Rock
4069ParkinsonLittle Rock
4070ParleLittle Rock
4071ParleyConference
4072ParnelNineteenth-century Irish Nationalist Charles Parnell.
4073ParrishLives near the church.
4074ParsifalValley piercer.
4075Parsonminister, clergy
4076PascoEaster, Born on Easter Sunday
4077PatiencePatience. One of the many qualities and virtues that the Puritans adopted as names after the Reformation.
4078Patrinaof noble birth, one of purity, and beloved
4079PattiNoble
4080PattonFrom the warrior's town.
4081PauleenSmall, modest
4082PauleneSmall, modest
4083PaxFrom the peaceful farm.
4084PaxtunFrom the peaceful farm.
4085PayneRustic villager
4086PeaceRest
4087PeachesPeaches
4088PeckVolatile kiss
4089PegDiminutive of Margaret which developed from rhyming with Meg.
4090Peggieornament
4091PeggyVariant of Peg: Diminutive of Margaret which developed from rhyming with Meg.
4092PeltonFrom The Town Of Peola's Barrow
4093PeneDuck
4094PennFrom the enclosure.
4095PennsylvaniaPenn's Wood Land
4096PennyWith A Web Over Her Face
4097PercivalPierces the valley. One of the knights of the Round Table who searched for the Holy Grail (in Arthurian Legend).
4098PercyDiminutive of Percival: Pierces the valley.
4099PerkinLittle Rock
4100PerkinsLittle Rock
4101PernellCountry bumpkin
4102Perriwanderer
4103PerryStone / unshakable rock, Reliable
4104PerthFrom the thorn bush or thicket.
4105PeteA rock. Form of Peter.
4106Peterrock
4107Petersonrock
4108PetronelStone
4109PetulaProbably A Combination Of Petal And Tulip
4110PeytonFrom the fighter's farm.
4111PhilFond of horses. Form of Phillip.
4112PhilbertaBrilliant.
4113Philemonloving
4114PhilipHorses friend
4115PhilipsHorses friend
4116PhillipFond of horses. One of the biblical 12 apostles.
4117PhillipsHorses friend
4118PhillisGreen leaf
4119PhyllidaGreen Leaves, Foliage
4120PierceForm of Piers from Peter.
4121PierrelLittle Rock
4122PiersFrench variant of Peter: stone; a rock. Famous Bearer: science-fiction author Piers Anthony.
4123Pinchthe comedy of errors a schoolmaster
4124PinkiePink color, sound
4125PiperA
4126PitFrom the Pit.
4127PlysSon of Rhys.
4128Pollthe embittered
4129Polliethe embittered
4130PollyannaGreat sorrow
4131PompeyFrom Pompeii
4132PooleBody of Water
4133PoshElegant
4134Posysmall flower
4135PrairPrayer
4136Prasutagusname of a king
4137PreeceSon of Rhys.
4138PrenticeApprentice; learner. Surname.
4139PrescottFrom the Priest's dwelling.
4140PresleyPriest
4141PressleyThe priest Plain
4142PrestinFrom the Priest's farm.
4143PrestonPriest
4144PrimitivoPrimitive
4145PrimulaFirst, scoop
4146PrincessRoyal Daughter
4147PrincetonPrincipal one; first. The rock musician Prince.
4148ProvidenciProvidence
4149Provostmeasure for measure
4150PrudenceCareful, careful
4151PrueDiminutive of Prudence: Prudence. One of the many qualities and virtues that the Puritans adopted as names after the Reformation.
4152PurePure
4153Purityunsullied, clean
4154PutnamFrom the commander's estate.
4155PuwWelsh form of Pugh 'son of Hugh'.
4156PytFrom the Pit.
4157QahiraMarch
4158QuaneishaRoyal hawk
4159QueenWoman
4160QueenetteBeautiful queen
4161QueenieWoman
4162QueenyVariant of Queenie: Queen.
4163Quellato pacify
4164Quennaform of queen
4165QuentVariant of Quentin 'fifth.' Surname.
4166QuentonVariant of Quentin 'fifth.' Surname.
4167QueraLover
4168QuiannaDivine
4169Quillaa quill
4170QuinceyFrom the place owned by the fifth son 'Fifth'; derived from Roman clan name.
4171Quincythe fifth
4172QuinetteStrong, crowned
4173Quintthe fifth
4174QuinterionFifth
4175QuintessenFifth
4176QuintilianFifth
4177Quintonthe fifth
4178QwincyResidence belonging to Quintus
4179RabeccaWandering hunter, prey finder
4180RabeckaWandering hunter, prey finder
4181RachaeleLamb
4182RachelaLamb
4183RachelannLamb
4184RacquelLamb
4185RacquelleLamb
4186Radadvisor
4187RadbertRed haired counselor.
4188RadburtRed haired counselor.
4189RadbyrneLives by the red stream.
4190RadcliffFrom the red cliff.
4191RadfordFrom the red ford.
4192RadleyFrom the red meadow.
4193RadmundRed haired defender.
4194RadolfRed wolf.
4195RaecheleLamb
4196RaechellLamb
4197RaedRed
4198RaedanoranFrom the red shore.
4199RaedleahFrom the red meadow.
4200RaelynClean Image lamb
4201RaelynnClean Image lamb
4202RaevynRaven
4203RaffRed wolf.
4204RagnarStrong counselor. Ancient personal name.
4205RainbeauxRainbow
4206RainboRainbow
4207RainbowRainbow
4208RaineGuides of the Army
4209RaisahRelax
4210RaithUnknown
4211RaleahFrom the roe deer meadow.
4212RaleighFrom the roe deer meadow.
4213RaleyFrom the roe deer meadow.
4214Ralfwolf
4215RallyFrom the roe deer meadow.
4216Ralphwolf
4217RalphinaWise ruler, Wolf
4218RalstonRalph's town. Surname.
4219Ramcalm
4220RammRam.
4221RanceShield
4222RandVariants of Randolph 'Wolf's shield.' Surname.
4223Randalwolf
4224RandallShield
4225RandelVariants of Randolph 'Wolf's shield.' Surname.
4226RandellShield
4227RandiBeautiful
4228RandkinLittle shield.
4229Randolphwolf
4230RandsonSon of Rand.
4231Randywolf
4232RaneGuides of the Army
4233Rangcouncil
4234RangfordFrom the raven's ford.
4235RangleyFrom the raven's meadow.
4236RankinLittle shield.
4237Ransfordravens ford
4238Ransleyravens meadow
4239RansomDeliverance, Rescue
4240RaoulVariant of Ralph: Wolf counsel; red wolf.
4241RapereMaker of rope.
4242RaquelaLamb
4243RaqueleLamb
4244RashawnYahweh is gracious
4245RashelleLamb
4246RavenRaven
4247RavendraRaven Protector
4248RavingerRavine
4249RawlingSon of Rawley or Raleigh.
4250Rawlinsson of rolfe
4251RawlsSon of Rawley or Raleigh.
4252Rawnielady
4253RawsonSon of Rawley or Raleigh
4254RaybourneThe deer `s power
4255RayceCounselor. Variant of Raymond.
4256RaychellLamb
4257RayderCounselor. Variant of Raymond.
4258RaydonCounselor. Variant of Raymond.
4259RaylenCounselor. Variant of Raymond.
4260RayneGuides of the Army
4261RaynellCounselor. Variant of Raymond.
4262RaynerGuides of the Army
4263RaynorStrong counselor. From the ancient personal name Ragnar.
4264Rayshaunblend of ray and shawn
4265RayshellLamb
4266ReaFlowing
4267ReadingDweller In The Clearing
4268RebbecaWandering hunter, prey finder
4269ReddingRed;
4270RedellWolf Counsel
4271RedleyFrom the red meadow.
4272RedmanRed haired counselor.
4273RedmondA Form of Raymond: counselor. Surname.
4274ReeceArdent; fiery.
4275ReeseArdent; fiery.
4276ReeveBailiff or steward
4277RegDiminutive of Reginald: Mighty counselor-ruler. Form of Reynold.
4278RegenwealdStrong.
4279ReggieRuler
4280ReginalPowerful
4281ReighPoint guard
4282ReignRule, Sovereign
4283RemiAbbreviation of Remington.
4284RemingtonArrangement
4285RemoAbbreviation of Remington.
4286RemyAbbreviation of Remington.
4287RenRuler.
4288RenaDiminutive of feminine names ending in -rena.
4289RendallVariants of Randolph 'Wolf's shield.' Surname.
4290RendellVariants of Randolph 'Wolf's shield.' Surname.
4291RenfieldFrom the raven's field.
4292RentonFrom the raven farm.
4293Rethaornament
4294ReveSteward.
4295RevecaWandering hunter, prey finder
4296ReveccaWandering hunter, prey finder
4297ReyburnThe deer `s power
4298ReynoldMighty counselor / ruler
4299Rhanfate
4300RhawnCoarse long hair.
4301Rhearnmagic madien or little flower
4302Rhedaa goddess
4303RhegedLegendary father of Gwres.
4304RhettForm of Rhys: ardent; fiery. Rhett Butler was hero of Margaret Mitchell's Gone With the Wind.
4305RhianGreat quenn, witch or goddess
4306RhiannaGreat Queen
4307RhiannonMythical daughter of Hefeydd.
4308RhioganeddLegendary a prince of Ireland.
4309RhobertWelsh form of Robert 'brilliant renown'.
4310RhodesLives near the crucifix.
4311RhysArdour; rashness.
4312RiahFlowing current
4313RiannaNymph
4314RicciaPowerful, brave ruler
4315RiceEnthusiasm
4316RichPowerful ruler.
4317RichadPowerful, brave ruler
4318Richardpowerful, strong army
4319RichendraPowerful, brave ruler
4320RichmanPowerful
4321Rickruler King
4322RickardVariant of Richard 'powerful; strong ruler.'.
4323RickardoPowerful, brave ruler
4324RickerStrong army.
4325RickeyStrong
4326RickieStrong
4327RickmanPowerful
4328RickyStrong
4329RiderKnight, Mounted Warrior
4330RidereKnight.
4331RidgeFrom the ridge.
4332RidleyFrom the red meadow.
4333RigbyLives in the ruler.
4334Rigellives in the ruler
4335RileyDescendant Of Roghallach
4336Rinaclean or pure
4337RingoFinger ornament
4338RipleyFrom the shouter's meadow.
4339RisleyFrom the brushwood meadow.
4340RitchyVariant spelling of Ritchie.
4341RoShining with fame
4342RoanFrom the rowan tree.
4343Robbeautifully by fame
4344RobbAbbreviation of Robert 'Famed; bright; shining.'.
4345Robbiebeautifully by fame
4346RobbieyBrilliant, enlightened reputation
4347Robbinbeautifully by fame
4348Robbybeautifully by fame
4349RobeeBrilliant, enlightened reputation
4350Robertaradiant glory
4351RoberthaBrilliant, enlightened reputation
4352RobertiaFamous.
4353RobertsBrilliant, enlightened reputation
4354RobieBrilliant, enlightened reputation
4355Robinbeautifully by fame
4356RobinneBrilliant, enlightened reputation
4357RobinsonShining with fame
4358Robynclear
4359RobynneBright fame
4360Rochesterrock fortress
4361RockRock
4362RocketJet-propelled Tube
4363Rockfordrock
4364Rockwellfrom the rocky spring
4365RodDiminutive of Rodney: island of reeds. Also a variant of Roderick: famous ruler.
4366RoddyDiminutive of Rodney: island of reeds. Also a variant of Roderick: famous ruler.
4367RodenFrom The Swift River
4368RoderickFamous ruler.
4369Roderikfame
4370RodesLives near the crucifix.
4371RodmanLives by the road 'Guard wisely.'.
4372Rodneyfame
4373RodwellLives by the spring near the road.
4374Rodyfame
4375Roéfame
4376RogueDishonest, Savage Or Unpredictable
4377RolfeFamous Wolf
4378RollaFamous country
4379RollandFamous in the country
4380RollieRenowned in the land. Roland was a legendary hero who served Charlemagne.
4381RoloWolf
4382RomayRoman
4383RomayneWoman
4384RomillyFrom A French Place Name
4385RomneyDwells near the curving river.
4386RonaeleEleanor Reversed
4387RonalGuides, ruler, Mighty mighty
4388RondaLarge
4389RonnMighty counselor / ruler
4390RonniBringing Victory
4391Ronnygood ruler
4392RonsonGuides, ruler
4393Rookroar, shout (ie the battle cry)
4394RosannMerciful rose
4395RosannaRose / bush
4396RoscoHeathland of the roe deer.
4397RoseannVariant of Rosanna: Compound of Rose and Anne (favour; grace).
4398RoseanneVariant of Rosanna: Compound of Rose and Anne (favour; grace).
4399RosemarySea
4400RosemayMay lily
4401RosetteRose
4402RoseveltGarden of roses
4403RosieDiminutive of Rose: Rose (flower name).
4404RosinaRose / thorn bush, rose, pink
4405RositaNoted protector. Also a variant of Rose: Horse; fame.
4406RoswellHorse mighty.
4407RoverWanderer.
4408RovereWanderer.
4409RowdyBoisterous. Western nickname.
4410RoweRed haired.
4411RowlandFamous in the country
4412RowleyFrom the rough meadow.
4413RoyceOf A Famous Kin
4414RoystonSurname and place name.
4415Ruadsonrowes son
4416RubinaVariant of Ruby: Ruby (precious stone).
4417RubyRuby (precious stone).
4418RuckRaven.
4419RuddyRuddy colored.
4420RudyardFrom the rough enclosure.
4421RugbyFrom the raven's estate.
4422RuhdugeardFrom the rough enclosure.
4423Rumourking henry iv part 2 the plays presenter
4424Runesecret lore
4425RushRed;
4426RussRed
4427RusselLittle
4428RussellLittle
4429RustyNickname for a red-haired person.
4430RutheColleague, friend
4431RutherfordFrom the cattle ford.
4432RyanaLittle King
4433RyderA
4434RyeIsland meadow.
4435Rykerpowerful, strong army
4436Rylancountry
4437Rylandcountry
4438RyleighIsland meadow.
4439RymanRye merchant.
4440RynAdvice, counsel
4441RytonRygetun - from the rye farm.
4442SabellaDedicated to God
4443SabrinaLegendary princess.
4444Sabrinahlegendary princess, alternate spelling sabrina
4445SaccBag
4446SaerCarpenter.
4447Saetharrow
4448SaffieSpices
4449SaffronBoth a type of crocus and the expensive orange spice made from the stamen of this flower.
4450SagarWise one. Surname.
4451SageHealing herb
4452SalDiminutive of Sally (from Sarah: princess).
4453Salinaresidence, home
4454Sallyprincess
4455SammanthaGod has heard
4456SammeyGod has heard
4457Sandeeprotector of the people
4458SandersWarrior protector
4459Sandineprotector of the people
4460Sandiraprotector of the people
4461SandonFrom the sandy hill.
4462SandraUnheeded prophetess. A diminutive of Casirnir, Cassandra, or Catherine. In Homer's 'The Iliad' Cassandra's prediction of the fall of Troy was unheeded. Also used as an independent name. Also a feminine of Alexander (defender of man).
4463Sandreaprotector of the people
4464SandyProtector
4465Sandyeprotector of the people
4466SanfordFrom the sandy ford.
4467SapphlynGorgeous sapphire
4468Sarpain
4469SarannaCompound of Sarah: princess; and Anne: favour or grace.
4470SashaGuardian
4471SaundersDefend
4472SaundersonDefend
4473SawyerA
4474SaxonDagger; short sword. In the 5th century, the Germanic Saxons frequently invaded Britain.
4475SaxtonFrom The Village Of The Saxons
4476SayHenry VI Part 2 lord say
4477SayersCarpenter.
4478SaylorSeaman
4479SayreOne who saws wood
4480Scaleshenry vi part 2 lord scales
4481Scanddisgrace
4482ScarletRed.
4483ScarlettRed. One who wears or sells scarlet cloth. Famous Bearers: Margaret Mitchell's heroine (Scarlett O'Hara) in 'Gone With the Wind'.
4484SceapleighFrom the sheep meadow.
4485ScelfleahEdge of the Plains
4486ScirlocBlond.
4487ScottiOf Scottish origin
4488Scroopking richard the second sir stephen scroop
4489SealDweller By The Small Wood
4490Seaverfierce stronghold
4491SebertGlory at sea.
4492Seciliaimpaired
4493SedgewickFrom the sword grass place.
4494SeeleyVery Happy
4495SeelyFrom the happy meadow.
4496SegerSeaman.
4497SelLegendary son of Selgi.
4498SelbyWillow farm; from the manor house.
4499SeldaSpotted fight
4500SeldenFrom the willow valley.
4501SeliaHeaven
4502SelwinProsperous friend
4503SelwynProsperous friend
4504Senerfierce stronghold
4505SequoyaInventor of the Cherokee alphabet
4506SerenRigid
4507SerenityRest
4508Sesiliaimpaired
4509Severfierce stronghold
4510SeverinWise
4511SevernStrict. Restrained. Surname.
4512SeverneStrict. Restrained. Surname.
4513Sextonchurch custodian
4514SeymourMoor
4515ShadShort form of the Biblical Shadrach; one of three young Hebrew men who survived being cast into a fiery furnace.
4516Shadowshadow
4517ShadrachIn the bible Shadrach was one of three young Hebrew men who survived being cast into a fiery furnace.
4518ShaeOccupier
4519ShaleenTorch
4520ShalindaBeautiful gift from God
4521ShalondaPeace, Violet
4522ShalynAttractive
4523ShananaWise, river
4524ShandleyFrom the loud meadow.
4525ShandyVariant of Shaun from John.
4526ShannynWise, river
4527ShantelleVocals, windy place
4528SharalynBeautiful love
4529SharenPlain
4530SharenePlain
4531SharinPlain
4532ShariseCherry
4533SharondaPlain
4534SharryBeloved Plain
4535SharyBeloved Plain
4536SharylLover
4537ShavonneGod is reconciling
4538ShawnYahweh is gracious
4539ShawneGod is reconciling
4540ShaydeyPrincess
4541ShelbaHidden City
4542ShelbyFrom the manor house 'Willow farm.' English surname used more for girls than boys given names.
4543SheldonFrom the shield farm; flat-topped hill; steep-sided valley.
4544ShelleyFrom the ledge meadow.
4545ShelliPlain an increase
4546ShelliePlain an increase
4547ShellyVariant of Shelley: Meadow on a ledge.
4548SheltonA
4549Shemfamous
4550ShentelVocals, windy place
4551ShepherdA
4552ShepleyFrom the sheep meadow.
4553Sheraelighting
4554ShereeDear
4555SherenPlain
4556SheridanLong
4557SherieThe
4558SherillLover
4559SherlockWith
4560SherlyClear Plain
4561ShermanA
4562ShermonVariant of Sherman meaning 'shireman' or 'shearman.'.
4563SherrellLover
4564SherriThe
4565SherronPlain
4566SherryThe
4567SherrylLover
4568SherrynPlain
4569Sherwoodclear
4570SherylDear
4571ShianneCheyenne
4572ShieldsOf The Shallows
4573ShilohThe one to whom it belongs. In the Bible Shiloh is a prophetic name for the Messiah; Also Shiloh is significant as the site of a crucial battle in the American Civil War.
4574ShiptonFrom the sheep farm.
4575ShireenThe small blind, Sweet
4576ShirlDiminutive of Shirley: Bright wood; bright meadow, from the white meadow.
4577ShirleeClear Plain
4578ShirleneClear Plain
4579ShirleyBright wood; bright meadow; from the white meadow. Famous Bearers: child star Shirley Temple.
4580ShirlynBright Meadow
4581ShondaGod is reconciling
4582ShyannCheyenne
4583SianGod is with us
4584SiarlFree
4585SibilleProphets
4586SibleyWoman
4587SidDiminutive of Sidney: Wide Island: south of the water; 'from St. Denis'.
4588Siddelfrom the wide valley
4589SidneyWide Island: south of the water. This name has recently become popular for girls as well as boys. Famous Bearer: actor Sidney Poitier.
4590SignYahweh is gracious
4591SilverA precious metal
4592Silviusas you like it a shepherd
4593SimonGod has heard
4594Sinleyfriendly
4595SionetGod is gracious
4596SiorEarth
4597SisleyA variant of Cecilia, and the most common form of the name in the.
4598SissieDiminutive of Christie: Diminutives of any masculine or feminine name begining with Christ-, for example Christahel, Christian, or Christopher.
4599SissyGhost
4600SiwanGod is with us
4601SkeatSwift.
4602SkeetSwift.
4603SkellyStoryteller.
4604SkeltonFrom the estate on the ledge.
4605Skippermaster
4606SkiptonFrom the sheep estate.
4607Skyraheternal life, strength, love, and beauty
4608SladeDweller In The Valley
4609Slecghammer
4610SmithA
4611SmythTradesman.
4612SmytheTradesman.
4613SnapePlace name in Britain
4614Snareking henry iv part 2 a sheriffs officer
4615Solpeace
4616SolomonPeaceful
4617Sonnet14-line Poem Or Verse
4618SonnySon. A nickname and given name.
4619SparkGallant.
4620SpeedSuccess.
4621SpenceDispenser of provisions
4622SpencerKeeper of provisions. Famous Bearer: actor Spencer Tracy (1900-1967).
4623SpenserDispenser of provisions
4624SpringOn
4625SpringerLively
4626SprouleActive.
4627SquareSquare
4628StaciënneResurrection
4629StacyProductive. Abbreviation of Eustace.
4630StaffordFrom the landing ford; ford by a landing-stage. Also a place name.
4631StamfordFrom the stony ford.
4632Stansteadfast and persevering
4633StanbenyFrom the stone fortress.
4634StanberryFrom the stone fortress
4635StanfordStony ford; stony meadow. Surname.
4636StanlyLives by the stony grove.
4637StanwykFrom the stony village.
4638StarRigid
4639StarlaRigid
4640Starlenea star
4641Starleta star
4642StarlingA bird.
4643StarrRigid
4644StefaCrowned
4645StefannieCrowned
4646SteffaniCrowned
4647Steffie(Win) wreath
4648StepahnieCrowned
4649StepanCrown or garland
4650StepaniaCrowned
4651StepanieCrowned
4652StepfanieCrowned
4653StephaneyCrowned
4654StephaniCrowned
4655StephannieCrowned
4656StephenStephen is a male name. It comes from the Greek name "Stephanos or Stéfanos" meaning "wreath, crown, honour, reward"
4657Stephensonwreath
4658StephneyCrowned
4659StephnieCrowned
4660StephonCrown
4661StepneCrowned
4662SterlingLittle
4663SterlynOf high quality; pure. Also variant of a name given pre-medieval refiners of silver meaning 'easterner'. Surname.
4664SterneAustere.
4665StevaCrowned
4666StevanVariant of Stephen 'Crown; wreath.'.
4667StevanaCrowned
4668Steve(Win) wreath
4669StevenVariant of Stephen 'Crown; wreath.'.
4670StevensonVariant of Stephen 'Crown; wreath.'.
4671SteveyCrowned
4672Steviewreath
4673StevyCrowned
4674StewardBailiff.
4675StilesStiles.
4676StockleyFrom the tree stump meadow.
4677StodHorse.
4678StokFrom the tree stump.
4679Stokleyfrom the tree-stump meadow
4680StonerStone.
4681StoneyNickname based on the word 'stone.' Stone.
4682Stormimpetuous movement, storm, violent attack
4683StormieTempest.
4684StormyImpetuous Nature
4685StrangPowerful
4686StrongPowerful
4687Stylesstairway
4688Suewater lily
4689Sueannewater lily
4690SuellenCombination
4691Sukiewater lily
4692SullyFrom the south meadow.
4693SulyenLegendary son of Iaen.
4694SumaBorn during the summer.
4695SumernorSummoner.
4696SumnerProcess server
4697SunnGift of the sun
4698Sunngifusun
4699Sunnivasun
4700SunnyCheerful.
4701Sunshinelighting
4702SusieLily. Variant of Hebrew Susannah. White lilies grew in the Biblical city of Susa in Persia.
4703Susywater lily
4704SutcliffFrom the south cliff.
4705Suttonthe town to the south
4706Suzannwater lily
4707Suzannawater lily
4708SuzanneLily
4709SuzyLily. Variant of Hebrew Susannah. White lilies grew in the Biblical city of Susa in Persia.
4710SwainKnight's attendant.
4711Swiftswift
4712SwintunFrom the swine farm.
4713SydneyVariant of Sidney: From Saint-Denis (place name). This name has recently become popular for girls as well as boys.
4714SylvesterA
4715SylvieVariant of Latin Sylvia, meaning from the forest.
4716SylvinaVariant of Latin Sylvia, meaning from the forest.
4717SymerFamous in battle
4718SymonVariant of Simon meaning 'hear; listen.'.
4719SynneGift of the sun
4720TacianaWashtub
4721TadAbbreviation of Thaddeus who was one of Christ's 12 apostles.
4722TaillourTailor, seamstress
4723Tainaderived from the Sabijnenkoning Titus Tatius
4724Taitprotector of the people
4725Taitecheerful
4726TakeliaTequila
4727TakilaTequila
4728TalDew
4729TalaithCrown
4730TalarFrom the headland in the field.
4731TalbotTall. Variant of Tal. Surname.
4732TaldonMore on hill
4733TaliesinDew
4734TallieDew
4735TalmadgeTall. Variant of Tal. Surname.
4736TalonBird Claw
4737TamelaSmall palm
4738TamerlaneIron Lame
4739TamicaAbundant child
4740TamilynBeautiful palm tree, spice
4741TammiPalm tree, spice
4742TammieAbbreviation of Thomasina and Tamara.
4743TammyA diminutive of any feminine name beginning with 'Tam-'.
4744Tamsenthe twins
4745TamtunFrom the quiet river farm.
4746Tandyman
4747TanielleGod is my judge
4748TanithDerived from the name of the main goddess of Carthage and adopted for use as a first name in Great Britain.
4749TankaGrace of God
4750TantonFrom the quiet river farm.
4751TanziFlower
4752TaralynBeautiful hill
4753TaralynnVariant of Irish or Sanskrit 'Tara. '.
4754TarenThunder.
4755Tariahthe blessed
4756TarinaHigh hill
4757TarletonFrom the thunder estate.
4758TarranThunder.
4759TarrantThunder.
4760TarrenceRoman clan name.
4761TashiaAbbreviation of Natasha - the Russian form of the English Natalie: born at Christmas.
4762Tasmanof great faith
4763TassaAbbreviation of Natasha - the Russian form of the English Natalie 'Born at Christmas.'.
4764TateDerived from the Old English name Tata
4765TatenCheerful
4766TatumCheerful, Full Of Spirit
4767TaviaEighth
4768Taytailor
4769TaylanTailor. Surname.
4770TaylerTailor. Surname.
4771TaylonTailor. Surname.
4772TaylorA
4773TaysonTailor. Surname.
4774TaytCheerful.
4775TeaganLittle Poet
4776Teannafree spirit or beautiful mind
4777TearleStem.
4778TedDiminutive of Edward: Wealthy guardian. From the Old English name Eadweard, meaning rich or happy, and guardian. Also a diminutive of Edgar: Fortunate and powerful. Also an abbreviation of Theodore.
4779TeddGift
4780TeddiAbbreviation of Theodora. God given.
4781TeddieGift
4782TeddingtonFrom The Town Of Tedda's People
4783TeddyDiminutive of Edward: Wealthy guardian. From the Old English name Eadweard, meaning rich or happy, and guardian. Also a diminutive of Edgar: Fortunate and powerful. Also an abbreviation of Theodore.
4784TedmanRefers to St. Edmund. Also abbreviation of Theodore.
4785TedricAbbreviation of Theodore.
4786TeganFair. A name originating from the Welsh language.
4787TekleGlory of God
4788TemperanceTemperance. One of the qualities adopted as a first name by the Puritans after the Reformation.
4789TenaDesignated, follower of Christ
4790TennysonGod is with us
4791Teonharms
4792Terenafrom terence
4793TeressaSummer, harvester
4794TeriHarvester
4795TerranceRoman clan name.
4796TerriAbbreviation of Teresa, meaning harvester.
4797TerrieAbbreviation of Teresa, meaning harvester.
4798TerrillThunder ruler.
4799TerryAbbreviation of Terrance and Terrell. Terry is also an Anglicized phonetic form of the French given name Thierry from an older Germanic name meaning 'powerful; ruler of the people.'.
4800Terrynwoman working at harvest
4801Tessawoman working at harvest
4802Tessiawoman working at harvest
4803TessieAbbreviation of Teresa, meaning harvester.
4804ThayneFollower
4805ThelmaThis name was invented by British writer Marie Corelli, who gave it to her heroine in her novel 'Thelma' (1887). It may be based on the Greek word for will.
4806TheseusThis name is probably related to the Greek verb "tithèmi I submit, organize, set up, set (laws) established. Name of the King of Athens, the national hero of the Athenians to whom many legends were dedicated (eg he was conqueror of the Minotaur on Crete).
4807ThomDerives from Thomas 'Twin.'.
4808ThomdicFrom the thorny dike.
4809ThomkinsLittle Tom.
4810ThompsonDerives from Thomas 'Twin.'.
4811ThornTown of thorns. Thornton variant. Surname.
4812ThorndykeFrom the thorny dike.
4813Thornefrom the thorn bush
4814ThorntonTown of thorns. Thorn variants are English surnames occasionally used as given names.
4815ThorpeFrom the village.
4816ThunderStormy tempered.
4817ThurmanThor's protection
4818TiahnaAbbreviation of Tatiana.
4819TianeAbbreviation of Tatiana.
4820TiannaFollower
4821TibicaOf the Tiber river, which flows Rome
4822TifannyDivine manifestation
4823TiffaneyDivine manifestation
4824TiffanieVariant of the Greek name Theophania referring to the Epiphany - manifestation of divinity.
4825TiffanyAppearance Of God
4826TilaGood.
4827Tilianstrives
4828TillmanVirile.
4829Tillymighty in battle
4830TilmanTiller of the soil
4831TimShort version of Timotheus or a variation of Dimme.
4832TimmyVariant of Timothy 'one who honors God.'.
4833TimonHonor, Pride
4834TimotheusOn
4835TimothyOne who honors God. The biblical Timothy was the young Christian to whom Paul wrote. 'Let no man look down on your youth.'.
4836TimthyGod is proud of making
4837TinaGod has sworn
4838TionnaAbbreviation of Tatiana.
4839TittyJoy
4840TobeyGod is good
4841TobiahGod is good
4842TobieAbbreviation of the Hebrew name Tobiah meaning 'Jah is good.'.
4843TobinGod is good
4844TobyGod is my good
4845ToddyFox
4846ToftFrom the small farm.
4847Tolanfrom the taxed land
4848Tolandfrom the taxed land
4849Tolucandestroys
4850TomDerives from Thomas 'Twin.'.
4851TomasinaTwin
4852TomlinTwin
4853TommieThe twins (brother)
4854TommyDerives from Thomas 'Twin.'.
4855TomosTwin
4856ToniDiminutive of Antoinette: Beyond praise. French feminine form of Anthony.
4857Tonyinvaluable
4858ToriDerived from Victoria: triumphant.
4859TorianaDerived from Victoria: triumphant.
4860TornFrom the thom tree.
4861Torrey'From the craggy hills.'.
4862TownsendFrom the end of the town.
4863ToyToy
4864ToyahCreated Name
4865TraceyFrom Tracy, France
4866TraciVariant of Tracy: from Thracia.
4867Traciewoman working at harvest
4868Tracywoman working at harvest
4869TramaineFrom the big town.
4870TremainRock
4871TrentRefers to the English river Trent. Surname.
4872TrentinRefers to the English river Trent. Surname.
4873TrentonRefers to the English river Trent. Surname.
4874TreshaNoble
4875TrevaPrudent
4876TrevanFair town. Abbreviation of Trevelyan.
4877TreverPrudent, wise
4878TrevorSea
4879TrinaPure
4880TrinityTriple
4881TripperTraveler.
4882TrishA
4883TrishaA
4884TrishelleNoble, divine
4885TristanTumult; outcry. From the Celtic name Tristan. In Arthurian legend Tristan was a Knight of the Round Table and tragic hero of the medieval tale Tristram and Isolde.
4886TristonRel, sorry
4887TrixiBlessed travelers
4888Trixietraveler
4889TrudyStrong with the spear
4890TrueReal, Genuine
4891TrulyHonest
4892Trumanfaith
4893TrynaRespelling Of Trina
4894TuckerTucker of doth.
4895TudorRuler
4896TurnerA
4897Twilighttwilight
4898Twinsthe twins
4899TyDiminutive of Tyrone: Eoghan's land (from a county in Ireland).
4900TybaltBrave
4901Tylee(Tyler) who one the roof tiles.
4902TylerA
4903TyrelleGod is with us
4904Udelaabundant
4905UlgerWolf spear.
4906UnityUnity. A quality adopted for use as a first name by the Puritans after the Reformation.
4907UpwodeFrom the upper forest.
4908VailValley
4909ValStrength, bravery
4910ValaryStrength, bravery
4911ValeValley
4912ValenStrength, bravery
4913ValentineStrong. Variant of Valentinus; the name of more than 50 saints and three Roman emperors.
4914ValerieStrong; valiant. Feminine of the Roman family clan name Valerius.
4915ValiantBrave.
4916VallenStrength, bravery
4917VanceMarshland.
4918VannesGrain fans.
4919VareckFrom the fortress.
4920VarikFrom the fortress.
4921VarykThe fort
4922VaughnVariant of Vaughan: Little.
4923VayleValley
4924VeedaHoly Wisdom
4925VerenaName given in honour of 3rd century Saint Verena.
4926Vergeowns four acres of land
4927Verltruth
4928Verleytruth
4929VernSurname related to Vernon 'alder tree grove.' Also used as abbreviations of Vernon or Lavern.
4930VernieBrings victory
4931VersieFilled with song
4932ViDiminutive of Viola: Violet. Viola was one of the heroine's in Shakespeare's play 'Twelfth Night'.
4933VianFull of life
4934VickeyAbout Winning, conqueror
4935VickieVictor
4936VidalInspiring
4937VidelLife. Used as both surname and given name. See also Vito.
4938VinPrevailing
4939VinaDiminutive of Davina: Beloved or friend. Feminine form of David.Feminine form of David: Beloved or friend, adopted from the Hebrew.
4940VinceVictor
4941VineVineyard Worker
4942VinnieForm of Vincent 'conquering.'.
4943VinnyVictor
4944VinsonForm of Vincent 'conquering.'.
4945ViolaTwelfth Night
4946Violetviolet
4947Violetteviolet
4948VitalyInspiring
4949Vivianalively, full of life
4950Viviannalively, full of life
4951Viviannelively, full of life
4952Viviettelively, full of life
4953Vivijanlively, full of life
4954VonnLittle.
4955Vyacheslavfrom the fortress
4956WadaAdvancer.
4957WadanGo
4958WadeFord (as in river crossing); 'Advancer'; Medieval given name from Scandinavian mythology.
4959WadleyFrom Wade's meadow.
4960WaeringawicumFortress.
4961WaitGuard.
4962WalbertoNoble, bright
4963WalbrydgeFrom the Welshman's bridge.
4964WalcottLives in the Welshman's cottage.
4965WaldoVariant of Walter rules;. Conquers
4966WalkerWorker in cloth.
4967WalshFrom Wales.
4968WaltonVariant of Walter rules;. Conquers
4969WalwynWelsh friend.
4970WannPale.
4971WarObservant
4972Wardwealth, guardian of the property
4973WardeWatchman
4974WardellFrom the guardian's hill.
4975WardenGuard.
4976WardleyFrom the guardian's meadow.
4977WarleyFrom the weir meadow.
4978WarrenProtector; loyal. Famous Bearrer: Actor Warren Beatty.
4979WarrickFrom The Town By The River
4980WartonFrom the farm by the weir.
4981WarwickBoth a surname and a place name.
4982WashingtonFrom the intelligent one's farm; from the town of Wassa's people. Famous Bearer: First U.S. president, George Washington (1732-1799).
4983WatsonCommander of the army
4984WattRuler of the army, Foreign, Military ruler
4985WattekinsonSon of Watt.
4986WattkinsRuler of the army, Foreign, Military ruler
4987Wattsonruler of the army
4988WaverlyFrom the quaking aspen tree meadow.
4989WaydeMedieval given name from Scandinavian mythology. Also English surname referring to a water crossing.
4990WaylanVariant of Wayland. The mythological Scandinavian Wayland was a blacksmith with supernatural powers. Modern singer Waylon Jennings.
4991WaylenCountry road
4992WaylonVariant of Wayland. The mythological Scandinavian Wayland was a blacksmith with supernatural powers. Modern singer Waylon Jennings.
4993WaymonMan by the way
4994WayneCraftsman; wagon-wright; wagon driver. Famous Bearer: U.S. Actor John Wayne (1907-1979).
4995WealdLeader, ruler
4996WeardGuard.
4997WeatherlyFrom the wether sheep meadow.
4998Webbebattle
4999WebleyFrom the weaver's meadow.
5000WebsterWeaver: '-ster' ending on English occupational surnames indicates the work was originally a female occupation.

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