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484 Names with two syllables

#     Name Meaning
2Aaliyahgoing up, ascending. An alternative spelling variation is Aliyah.
4AbelBreath; son; breathing spirit. In the Old Testament, Abel was the son of Adam and Eve who was killed by his brother Cain in a fit of jealousy.
5AbrahánVariant of Abraham: Father of many.
6Abramfather of many nations
7Achielhero of the Trojan War
8Adaadornment, beauty
9AdhémarNoted fighter
11AdorjánPerson From Hadria (Northern Italy)
12Adricoming from or resident of Adria
13AdrianFrom the Latin Hadrianus meaning of Adria or of the Adriatic sea region. Pope Adrian IV was a 12 century British Pope who became popular in the 1980s when Sue Townsend published 'The Secret Diary of Adrian Mole'.
14AfieDiminutive of Averill: Fighting swine
15Ái Nhi
16AibelThe name Aibel mostly came up for men in England and Wales. This is a rare given name. This name of Aibel has made you serious-minded, responsible, and stable.
17Aicodull black, dark
18AidaHappy. Famous bearer: The Ethiopian princess in Verdi's opera 'Aida'. Also a Japanese surname: runs across the field.
19AidanLittle fire, ardent. Aidan was popular in Ireland in the 7th century after the famous Irish monk Aidan, and was revived in the early 19th century. It is used as a female name as well.
20AidenLittle Fire
21AileenPleasant, Beautiful, The shining
22AirenMountain of strength
23AladárHungarian form of Aladdin, one Arab. name meaning 'servant of Allah. " Found in Dubbeldam.
25Albertbeautifully by noble behavior
26AldoOriginally 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.
27AlecOriginally a diminutive of Alexander, now frequently used as an independent name, Alec became very popular in the middle of the 20th century because of British actor Sir Alec Guinness.
28AliNoble, Sublime
29AliceOf 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.
32AlvinWise 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.
33AmberA 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. '.
34AmyDearly loved; Beloved. From the Old French Amee, which derives from the Latin amatus meaning loved. In common use after publication of American Louisa May Alcott's 'Little Women'.
35AnaGrace; favor. Variant of Anna. Often used in blended names like Analee and Anarosa.
36Anaëlguardian of Scales
37AnaïsGracious, Merciful
38Andreasmanlike, manly, brave
39AndrewManly; brave. In the Bible the first of the twelve apostles chosen was Andrew. The name comes from the Greek word andros, which means "strong, manly and courageous." Andrew is patron saint of Scotland and Russia. See also Jedrick and Kendrick.
40AndyDiminutive of Andrew: Manly. From the Greek Andrew. Has long been a popular Scottish name, because St. Andrew is the Patron Saint of Scotland after whom the town of St Andrews was named.
41AngelaFeminine form of Angelo: Messenger of God; angel.
42AnjaFinnish and Slovene version of the given name Anna.
43AnkieMerciful / sweet
44AnnaGracious, sweet and bitter, sad
45Annecharming, gracious
46AnnieDiminutive 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'.
47AnoukFavor, Grace
50ArchieA popular diminutive of Archibald, meaning true and bold, valuable. Famous bearers: a ventriloquist's dummy in the radio programme 'Educating Archie'; a philisophical cockroach created by American writer Don Marquis.
51Areenfull of joy
52Ariecoming from or resident of Adria
53ArisOriginating from Adria (near Venice) or dull black / dark or male / Dapper
54ArkoHe who reigns as an eagle, from Adria or dull black / dark
55ArlèneDerived from a feminine diminutive of Charles, meaning manly. A medieval given name.
56ArnoldHe who reigns as an Eagle
57ArthurFrom 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.
59AsaPhysician. Asa was the name of an Old Testament king of Judah, and after disuse, the name was revived by 17th century Puritans. Famous bearer: historian Asa Briggs.Healer.
60AshleyLives in the ash tree grove. Derived from a surname and place name based on the Old English word for ash wood. Famous bearer: Ashley, the male character in Margaret Mitchell's popular 'Gone with the Wind'. Both a male and female name.
62Astriddivine beauty
63Aubreypresiding over otherworldly beings
64AudreyVariant 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.
68AxelMy Father Is Peace
69AyeshaLife / Live, Full of Life
70AyrinIreland, Peace
71AzaireGod has helped
72Barbara"Savage" or "wild"
73BarryFair haired. Also from the Irish word for spear. Used regurarly throughout the English-speaking world since the early 20th century.
74BéatriceFeminine form of Beattie: Bringer of joy; blesses.
76Benjaminson of happiness
77Bennieson of happiness
78Bennyson of happiness
80Biekebend, bow
83BillyDiminutive of William: Will-helmet. Famous Bearers: poet and playwright William Shakespeare (1564-1616) and William Wordsworth (1770-1850).
84Bobbybeautifully by fame
86BradleyBroad 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.
87BrandonDerived 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'.
88BredeThe lofty, exalted, goddess
89Bregjebeautifully by noble behavior
90BrendanPrince. Some scholars believe Brendan means 'stinking hair' Famous bearer: 6th century Irish abbot St Brendan founded a monastery at Clonfert in County Galway; then is said to have sailed across the Atlantic on a voyage of discovery.
93CalebMeaning dog, or bold. Famous bearer: Caleb was one of twelve Islaelite leaders sent by Moses to explore the Promised Land.
94Cao Thắng
95Carlameans the same as guy
96CarmenGarden. The Spanish form of the Hebrew Carmel. Famous bearer: Bizet's opera 'Carmen', first performed in 1875.
97Carola non-noble freeman
98CaseyFrom a polish word meaning 'Proclamation of peace.' A diminutive of Casirnir, Cassandra, or Catherine. Popularized as a boy's name by the American folk song 'Casey Jones'.
99Cathérineclean or pure
100CedricCedric 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.
102Charliea non-noble freeman
103CherylVariant of the French Cherie: dear one; darling. Rhyming variant of names like Meryl and Beryl.
104Cheyennecapital of Wyoming
105ChrétienAnointed, bearer of Christ
108Christóbalhe carries Christ in his heart
109CindyDimunitive of Cynthia, Lucinda, and Cinderella.
110CiskaA Frenchman
111Clarabright, shiny, glossy
112ClaytonDerived from a surname and place name, based on the Old English 'claeg' meaning clay and 'tun' meaning settlement. Also, mortal.
114ColinA variant of Nicholas, which means 'people's victory', from a French diminutive.
115ConnorStrong willed or wise 'Hound-lover.' Also from the Irish 'Coachuhhar', meaning high desire. Famous bearers: In Irish mythology Connor was an early king of Ulster.; 20th century Irish diplomat Conor Cruise O'Brien.
117CourtneyFrom the court, or short nose. From the surname of the aristocratic Courtenay family, based on the Old French word meaning short nose.
119CurtisFrom a surname derived from the Old French 'curteis' meaning courteous..
120DaisyDay'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.
123DanaMy judge is God
124DannyGod is my judge
125DanteA diminutive of Durante, the Italian form of Durand meaning enduring. Famous bearer: The poet Dante Alighieri wrote 'The Divine Comedy' with its graphic description of medieval Hell known as 'Dante's Inferno.'.
127DarrellFrom a French surname and place name meaning 'Open.' Dates back to the eleventh century as both surname and given name.
129DavidDavid is a both used as a male given name and a surname, and is mostly a given name in English and French Hebrew origin. The name was derived from the Hebrew name "Dawid", which means "Darling" or "Beloved". David is often shortened to "Dave/Davey/Davie/Davy". David was the second and greatest of the kings of Israel in the 10th century BC.
130DejanGod is reconciling
131DemiAbbreviation of Demetria - the mythological goddess of corn and harvest.
132Denisagriculture, fertility, nature and wine
135DevonA county in England noted for beautiful farmland.
136Diegohe heel grip
137Diekeruler King
139Dirkjepowerful among the people
140DonaldGreat 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.
142DouglasFrom the Gaelic 'dubhglas' meaning dark water, dark stream, or from the dark river. The Scottish Douglas clan had two historical branches: (Black Douglases and Red Douglases.) The lords of these clans figure in Sir Walter Scott's novels.
146DylanSon of the wave, born near the sea, influence. Famous bearers: Welsh poet Dylan Thomas, American folk singer Bob Dylan.
148Eddiewealth, guardian of the property
149EdgarFortunate 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.
150Edwardwealth, guardian of the property
151Edwinrich friend
152EefjeWild boar, variant of "Aaf" (supernatural being) or the life-giving
153EelcoNobility, noble
154Eileentorch, the radiant
155ElaineShining light. An Old French form of Helen.
156EliHigh, ascended, or 'my God'. Famous bearer: The Old Testament priest Eli cared for the prophet Samuel when Samuel was a child.
157ElinVariant of Helen. Means light or most beautiful woman.
158EliseGod has sworn
159EllaGod has sworn
160EllenA variant of the Greek Helen, meaning shining light, or most beautiful woman. Famous bearer: British actress Dame Ellen Terry.
161EllisOriginates from the Welsh word elus, which translates to "kind."
164ElsebéGod has sworn
165ElvisElf-wise friend. Variant of Alvin. Made famous by singer and actor Elvis Presley.
168Emmagreat great
170Ericruler of the Law
171ErinAn ancient and poetic name for Ireland. Famous bearer: Erin from the American television series 'The Waltons'.
172Erjandull black, dark
173ErnestSerious, determined. Earnestness or vigor, from the Old German Ernust.
174ErwinVariant of Irwin: Boar friend. Sea friend.
175EsméeFeminine form of Esme: An Old French variant of the Latin 'aestimatus' meaning esteemed, or 'amatus' meaning loved.
176Esthera star
177EthanStrong. Constancy. Famous bearer: Ethan Allen, soldier in the American War of Independence.
179EvaLife. Living one. Variant of Eve. In the bible Eve was Adam's wife and the first woman.
180EvaanGod's grace
181Evanthe archer
183FabianDerived from the Roman clan name Fabius; a name given several Roman emperors and 16 saints.
186Fennesecurity, courageous protector
187FláviaYellow colored
188FrankieDiminutive of Frank: A diminutive of the Latin Francis, meaning Frenchman or free one. Famous bearer: American singer Frank Sinatra.
189FranklinFree man
190Froukjefirst wife, mistress
191GabrielMan of God. God's able-bodied one. Famous bearer: The archangel Gabriel, who appears several times in the Bible.
192GaétanOne from Gaeta, a town in Italy
194GaryStrong with the spear
195GavinA Scottish derivative of the Old German name Gawin, meaning 'district of land'. Also a variant of the Scottish name Gawain, meaning little hawk or white hawk.
196Geeskethose familiar with the spear
197GèëtruuiStrong with the spear
199GeoffreyPeace of God
200Georgeeditor of the Earth
201Geraldruler with the iron spear
202GerardStrong with the spear
203Gia Hân
204GilbertBright pledge. From the Old German name Gisilbert. Famous bearer: Twelfth century British St. Gilbert founded the Gilbertine order, Sir W. S. Gilbert was half of the musical composing team Gilbert and Sullivan.
205GordonFrom the marshes. A surname and given name adopted from a Scottish place name. One of Scotland's great clans.
206GrahamThis Scottish surname is a variant of the Lincolnshire place name Grantham, meaning Grant's homestead, and is also a common given name. Famous bearer: British writer Graham Greene.
207HannaGrace of God
208HannahGrace of God
209Haroldruler King
210Harryruler King
211HaydéeNoble, kind
212HeatherA flowering evergreen plant that thrives on peaty barren lands as in Scotland. Heather.
213HelenLight, one who is bright.
214Hendrikruler King
215Henryruler King
217Hienmeek and gentle
218HollyFrom the plant name. Holy.
219Hugothinking mind, wise
220Huibrechtgorgeous, shiny, radiant
222IanYahweh is gracious
224IanYahweh is gracious
226IdaOf noble birth
227IkaAppears in Drenthe and Ost-Friesland
229Indrathe mighty
230Ingealternative name for the Nordic god Freyr
231Ingridalternative name for the Nordic god Freyr
232IraObservant, heir
233IrisColorful, Rainbow
234IsaacHe laughs. Laughter. The only son born to Abraham and his wife Sarah (in the Old Testament). Famous Bearers: British scientist Sir Isaac Newton (1642-1727) and the great violinist Itzhak Perlman.
235IsaäkHe will laugh
236IschaHe (God) may laugh, Yahweh is good / Yahweh is salvation
237Jackiehe heel grip
238JacksonGod has been gracious; has shown favor. Based on John or Jacques.
239JadenJehovah has heard. A Biblical name.
240Jamiehe heel grip
241Janaderived from the Sabijnenkoning Titus Tatius
242JaniceYahweh is gracious
243JannaYahweh is gracious
244JanouYahweh is gracious
245Jasonto heal. Jason is a character of Greek mythology
247Javiernew home
248Jaydena contemporary spelling variant of the given name Jadon.
249JeffreyDerived 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'.
250JeftaHeb. "He (God) opened" or "May He open. One of the judges of Israel (Judges 11.12). Vondel wrote about the history of Jephthah his famous tragedy of this name.
251Jellevalue, payment, retribution, sacrifice
252Jeltevalue, payment, retribution, sacrifice
254Jerryruler with the iron spear
256JessieYahweh is
257Jetskehomeland, power, ruler
258Jimmyson of Demeter
259JinseSee Ine and Ene
260JiskaHe looks to God
262JoannaGod is with us
263JohannesYahweh is gracious
264JohnnyYahweh is gracious
265JonasDove. Variant of Hebrew Jonah.
266Jordanearth, land
267JorickFriend ever, Country Worker
268JorikFriend of the ever
271JosephMay the Lord add
272JoshuaYahweh is salvation
273JoyceCheerful. Merry. From the name of 7th-century hermit St Judoc (St Judocus or St Josse), who was the son of a Breton king. In medieval England, this name was given to children of either gender, although it is now used solely as a feminine name.
274JuanYahweh is gracious
275JudithJewess. Praised.
276JulianThe young man, dedicated to Jupiter
279Karelmeans the same as guy
280Karenthe ever pure, pure
282Kathleenclean or pure
283KathyClean / pure
285KaylaVariants of Kay: keeper of the keys; pure. Famous bearer: Kayla is a character on daytime TV series 'Days of Our Lives. '.
287KellyWar. Lively. Aggressive. An Irish surname that has only been used as a first name (either gender) in the latter half of the 20th century.
288KennethHandsome. Root of the surname MacKenzie. Famous Bearer: Kenneth Grahame (1859- 1932), author of The Wind in the Willows.
289KevinKevin is a male name of Gealic/Irish origin. On of the earliest people who carried the name was Saint Kevin, although it is not a biblical name.Kevin in Irish is: Caoimhghín. Caoimhghín comes from the Irish caomh which means: "kind, honest, handsome".
290Kiệt Luân
291Kim Tuyến
293KirstenThe anointed
294Kylenarrow (le passage)
296Larrythe award-winning
297LauraThe laurel tree or sweet bay tree symbolic of honor and victory. Old name with many variants.
298Lawrencethe award-winning
299LayanahSmooth, soft
300LaylaNight, Black
301LéandreStrong and brave as a lion
302Lenalion, hard
303LeslieScottish surname and place name. From Leslie.
304LeviAttached or pledged. Joined. Levi: third of Jacob's 12 sons, he became father of the tribe that was assigned priestly duties.
306Liamwith the will as strong as a helmet
307LiekeThe unconcerned
308LilithLilith is used as a female name, identified as a female demon. It is originated from Akkadian which means "of the night". In the Hebrew term Lilith or "Lilit" is known as "night creatures", "night monster", "night hag" or "screech owl".
310Lindashield of linden wood
311LindseyVariant of Lindsay: From the island of the lime tree. Although in the past, Lindsay was a common boys' name, today it is used more often for girls.
312LoganFinnian's servant.
313Long Quân
314LorènzaFrom Laurentum, Italy
315LotjeDude, man, freeman
316LoubnaThe milk of a tree, sweeter than honey
317Louisglorious war hero
318Louiseglorious war hero
319Lucafrom Lucania, light
320Lucasfrom Lucania, light
321LucyVariant of Lucia: Graceful light. Illumination.
322Maaikeshapely clean
323MaicoMkracht, strength
324MalouCombination of Mary (bitter / sad, Sea) and Louise (glorious warrior, a fighter in all respects or loot wise)
325MandyAbbreviation of Amanda, meaning worthy of being loved.
326ManoukGod be with us
327ManuelGod is with us
328MarcelDedicated to Mars, Roman god of war, warrior
329Marcoson of Mars
330Marcusson of Mars
331Marieshapely clean
332Marionmarjoram (herb). Also known as Marjoram Herb Sausage or
334MarlouFrom the sea
336MarvinVariant of Mervyn: Form of Merlin: From the sea fortress.
337Maryshapely clean
338MatthewGift of the Lord
339MaureenVariant of Mary: Wished-for child; rebellion; bitter.
340MauriceMoor, inhabitant of Mauritania
342MaxwellMagnus' spring. Mac's well. Surname and place name.
343MeganOne who is strong and mighty.
345Mennopower, strength
346MeraalFrom Lamoraal?
347MerijnAppears in Ontario
348MicahVariant of Michael: Who is like God? Gift from God.
349MichaHebrew for "Who is like God"
350MichaëlThe name Michael is usually for males and can be changed to Michèle, Michelle, Michaela, Mechelle, Micheline, and Michaelle for females or even Mychal for either male or female. Michael is a Hebrew name meaning "Who is like God?". In English it can be shortened as Mike, Mikey, Mickey or Mick.
351MichaelThe name Michael is usually used for males and can be changed to Michèle, Michelle, Michaela, Mechelle, Micheline, and Michaelle for female or even Mychal for either male or female. Michael is a Hebrew name meaning "Who is like God?". In English, it is shortened as Mike, Mikey, Mickey or Mick.
353MiguelHebrew for "Who is like God"
355MikaWho is like God
356Minouchewith the will as strong as a helmet
357MitchellWho is like God
358MojizStrange, miraculously
359Mollyshapely, clean
360MonicaVariant of Mona.
362NancyGrace of God
363NardusStrong or brave as a bear, strong or brave as a lion or strong by grace
364NathanGift from God
366NellyDiminutive of Ellen or Eleanor: A variant of the Greek Helen, meaning shining light, or most beautiful woman.
367NelsonSon of the Champion. Famous Bearer: South African President Nelson Mandela (born 1918).
368Nguyệt Nga
369NiallVariant of Neill: Champion. A dynasty of Irish kings was founded by Niall of the Nine Hostages.
370NicoConqueror of the people
371Nicolasvictor by the people, loved by all
372NicoleConqueror of the people
373NikkiConqueror of the people
374Nivardguardian, guardian, protector
375NolanDescendent Of The Famous One
376NoraGod is my light
377NormanMan from the North. Vikings that settled in France were called Normans (hence the Normandy region of France).
380OnnoThe generous
381OwenYoung warrior. Also can be a variant of Eugene: Well-born.
382PatrickPatrick is a given name for boys. It comes from a Latin name "Patricius" meaning "nobleman". It is popular because of Saint Patrick in Irish history, so there are more people who use the name in Ireland. There are variations of this name like Padraic, Pádraig, Pat, Rick, Ricky and Patricia.
383PaulineA French name that originates from the Latin word paulus, meaning "humble."
384PercyDiminutive of Percival: Pierces the valley.
385PhilipHorses friend
386PhillipFond of horses. One of the biblical 12 apostles.
388RachelEwe. Rachel was the second and favoured wife of Jacob in the Old Testament.
389RafaelGod has healed.
391RavicSon of Ra, son of the Sun
392Raymondprotection, guardian
396Renskethe award-winning
399Richardpowerful, strong army
403RileyDescendant Of Roghallach
406RobertRobert is a masculine given name and surname. It is a Germanic name, from Old High German Hrodebert which means "bright with glory". Hruod means "fame, glory". Berht means "bright".
407Robinbeautifully by fame
409Rogerfamous with the spear
410Rolandbrave, brave
411RomanA citizen of Rome
412RomyRosemary Or Person From Rome
413RonaldGuides, ruler
416Samuelthe heard by God
420SarelDude, man, man free
421Sephtiseternal death
422ShannonLittle old wise one. Surname and river name.
423SharonFrom the Plain of Sharon (in the Holy Land); from the land of Sharon.
424SheilaIrish variant of Celia, from Celius, a Roman clan name. Also a form of Cecilia: blind.
425Shubhamauspicious or lucky
426SienA Frenchman
428SijaThe turbulent sea, which he achieves victory, the victorious
429SilkeWin / win
430SimoneGod has heard
432SkylarA spelling variation of the surname Schuyler.
434SophieName (s) of
436StephenStephen is a male name. It comes from the Greek name "Stephanos or Stéfanos" meaning "wreath, crown, honour, reward"
437Steve(Win) wreath
438StevenVariant of Stephen 'Crown; wreath.'.
439StuartSteward. Stuart and Stewart are clan names of the royal house of Scotland; Stuart is the family name of many kings of England. Surname.
440Susanwater lily
441SydneyVariant of Sidney: From Saint-Denis (place name). This name has recently become popular for girls as well as boys.
442TammyA diminutive of any feminine name beginning with 'Tam-'.
443TaraWhere the kings met. Also Tara's Halls, where ancient Bards sang deeds of Irish heroes. The ruins of the Halls are on the hill of Tara, meaning crag or tower.
445TerryAbbreviation 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.'.
446Tessawoman working at harvest
447Thanh Bảo
450ThomasThomas is a male given name. It was formed from a Greek word of the Aramaic name "Ta'oma'" meaning "twin". After Saint Thomas Becket, it became popular in England. This name also has some female versions such as Thomasina, Tamsyn, Tamsin, Tasmina, Tasmino, Thomaida/Thomais, or Tammy.
452TijmenMan of the people
453TinaGod has sworn
454TommyDerives from Thomas 'Twin.'.
456Tracywoman working at harvest
457TravisCrossing; crossroads; toll gate. In use as both a surname and a first name. Famous Bearers: American country music stars Randy Travis and Travis Tritt.
458TristanTumult; 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.
459TuanChivalrous Lord, Gentlemanly
460Tygo(Good) fate, luck
462TyroneFrom Owen's territory. County Tyrone in Ireland. The late actor Tyrone Power.
466VionaWhite / blonde, White, honest
468Walterruler of the army
469WayneCraftsman; wagon-wright; wagon driver. Famous Bearer: U.S. Actor John Wayne (1907-1979).
470WendyLiterary; a created name that first appeared in James Banie's Peter Pan. The name is believed to come from the Welsh name Gwendydd (Gwendith).
471WesleyFrom the west meadow. John and Charles Wesley were the founders of Methodism.
472WiesjeIn all respects, wise, glorious warrior, a fighter to loot
474WynandBrave in battle
475XanderProtector of men
476XariShort but powerful melody
477Xaviernew home
479YarisLove, spring, beautiful
480Ymkegreat, great
482YpeComing from Frisian names


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