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Aagje f Dutch, Belgian
Short form of Agatha. In some cases there might also be a connection to Age 1.
Aagni f Sami (Skolt)
Skolt Sami form of Aune.
Åållaž m Sami (Skolt)
Diminutive of Åʹll.
Abacucco m Biblical Italian
Italian form of Abacuc.
Abakum m Russian
Variant of Avvakum.
Abaskantos m Late Greek
Derived from the Greek adjective ἀβάσκαντος (abaskantos) meaning "protected against enchantments, free from harm", which consists of the Greek negative prefix ἀ (a) and the Greek verb βασκαίνω (baskaino) meaning "to bewitch, to cast an evil spell upon".
Adãozinho m Portuguese
Diminutive of Adão.
Ádega f Galician
Galician form of Agatha.
Aeschines m Ancient Greek
Latinized form of Aischines.
Afanasijs m Latvian
Latvian form of Afanasiy.
Agathokles m Ancient Greek
Means "(the) good is glorious", derived from the Greek elements αγαθος (agathos) "good" and κλεος (kleos) "glory".
Aghy m English
English form of Eachaidh
Àgueda f Catalan
Catalan form of Águeda.
Aguedo m Spanish
Masculine form of Águeda.
Aiantas m Greek
Modern Greek form of Aias.
Àiax m Catalan
Catalan form of Ajax.
Áilgheanán m Irish
Diminutive form of a personal name derived from Irish áilghean "mild, gentle, noble".
Áilleachán m Old Irish
Derived from áille "beauty".
Aischines m Ancient Greek
Means "humble". Derived from the Ancient Greek word αἶσχος (aischos) "shame, timidity, disgrace".
Aishils m Latvian
Latvian form of Aeschylus.
Äkhmät m Bashkir
Bashkir form of Ahmad.
Akinf m Russian (Rare)
Variant form of Iakinf, which itself is a variant form of Giakinf.
Akinfiy m Russian (Rare)
Variant form of Akinf, which itself is a variant form of Iakinf. A known bearer of this name was the Russian industrialist Akinfiy Demidov (1678-1745).
Alapa'i m Hawaiian
Diminutive of Alapaʻinuiakauaua, a king of Hawaiʻi island in ancient Hawaii.
Alekss m Latvian
Latvian form of Alex/Aleks.
Alfredos m Greek (Rare)
Modern Greek form of Alfred.
ʻAlohilani f Hawaiian (Rare)
Means "heavenly brightness" from Hawaiian alohi "shine" and lani "heaven, sky". In Hawaiian myth this was the name of a heavenly land.
Alvanos m Greek
Modern Greek form of Albanos.
Alvertos m Greek
Modern Greek spelling of Albertos, which is an older Greek form of Albert.
Alvino m Portuguese
Portuguese form of Alvin or Albin.
Amvrosios m Greek
Modern Greek form of Ambrosios.
Anastasijs m Latvian
Latvian form of Anastasiy.
Angelakis m Greek
Modern Greek diminutive of Angelos, as it contains the modern Greek diminutive suffix -άκης (-akis). This name is typically only used informally, meaning: it does not appear on birth certificates.
Anluan m Irish
From an "great" and luan "hero, champion, warrior".
Annagán m Old Irish
Diminutive form of Annadh.
Anthème m French
Variant form of Anthime.
Anthime m French, French (Belgian)
French form of Anthimos via Anthimus.
Aqqoš f Bashkir
Means "swan" in Bashkir.
Aqsarlaq f Bashkir
Means "seagull" in Bashkir.
Archimédes m Czech
Czech form of Archimedes.
Aristoboulos m Ancient Greek, Biblical Greek
Derived from the Greek adjective ἀριστόβουλος (aristoboulos) meaning "best in counsel", which consists of the Greek adjective ἄριστος (aristos) meaning "best" combined with the Greek noun βουλή (boule) meaning "counsel, advice" as well as "will, determination".... [more]
Aristokleia f Ancient Greek
Feminine form of Aristokles (see Aristocles).
Arnbjørn m Danish, Norwegian, Faroese
Danish, Norwegian and Faroese form of Arnbjörn.
Árón m Irish
Irish form of Aaron.
Arsenijs m Latvian
Latvian form of Arseniy.
Artán m Scottish Gaelic
From Art and a diminutive suffix
Artemijs m Latvian
Latvian form of Artemiy.
Artghal m Irish
Variant of Ardghal.
Arthouros m Greek (Rare)
Greek form of Arthur.
Arythlan m Bashkir
Means "lion" in Bashkir.
Arzhulig m Breton
Diminutive of Arzhul
Arzhurig m Breton
Diminutive of Arzhur
Ascadh m Irish
From a diminutive of an Old Norse name, possibly Ascall or Ásketill.
Assad m Arabic
Variant transcription of Asad
Ātarepāta m Avestan
Derived from Avestan ātar "fire" combined with Avestan pāiti "to protect, to defend" or Avestan pāyu "protector". As such, the name either means "protected by the fire" or "protector of the fire"
Audomaro m Italian
Italian form of Audomarus.
Ausi'i m Akkadian
Akkadian form of Hosea.
Autfrid m Germanic
Derived from the Germanic element auda "wealth, property" (also see Audovacar) combined with Old High German fridu "peace."
Avgoustinos m Greek
Modern Greek spelling of Augoustinos, which is the ancient Greek form of Augustinus.
Avvakum m Russian
Russian form of Habakkuk.
Ayaks m Russian
Russian form of Ajax.
Ayton m English
Transferred use of the surname Ayton.
Bacga m Anglo-Saxon
Unknown origin. Perhaps related to Bucge
Bafomet m Russian
Russian form of Baphomet.
Baheejah f Arabic
Alternate transcription of Bahija.
Baldith f Medieval English
Medieval English from of Bealdgyð
Baldy m English
Diminutive of Archibald
Baniw f Bashkir
Bashkir form of Banu.
Baoigheall m Irish
Uncertain meaning, but might be connected to Irish geall "pledge".
Bealdgyð f Anglo-Saxon (Hypothetical)
Possible Old English name meaning "bold battle", derived from the elements beald "bold, brave" and guð "battle".
Beall m English
Transferred use of the surname Beall.
Beatrijs f Dutch, Flemish
Dutch form of Beatrix.
Beatrisa f Georgian (Rare), Russian (Rare)
Georgian and Russian form of Beatrice.
Benaia m Biblical Italian
Italian form of Benaiah.
Benicio m Spanish
Spanish form of Benedict. A notable bearer is Puerto Rican actor Benicio del Toro (born 1967).
Beorhtwine m Anglo-Saxon
Means "bright friend", derived from the Old English elements beorht "bright" and wine "friend".
Beorhtwynn f Anglo-Saxon
Means "bright joy", derived from the Old English elements beorht "bright" and wynn "joy, bliss".
Björgvin m Icelandic
Derived from the Old Norse elements bjǫrg "help" or "deliverance" and vinr "friend".
Bloscadh m Medieval Irish
Perhaps related to the word blosc "blast"
Boncompagno m Medieval Italian
Meaning "Good Friend" in Medieval Italian.
Bônifaciô m Vietnamese
Vietnamese form of Boniface.
Branagán m Old Irish
Double diminutive of Bran 1.
Braon m Old Irish
Derived from Old Irish bráen "rain, moisture, drop".
Braonán m Old Irish
Derived from Old Irish bráen "rain, moisture, drop" combined with a diminutive suffix.
Breac m Irish
Means "freckled".
Breasal m Irish
Means "strife".
Breisleán m Irish
Diminutive of Breasal.
Brenner m English
Transferred use of the surname Brenner.
Brinton m English
Transferred use of the surname Brinton.
Buachaill m Irish
Means "cowherd, servant".
Bucge f Anglo-Saxon
Possibly a diminutive of names containing the Old English element burg "fortress", as in the case of an 8th-century abbess by this name who corresponded with Saint Boniface and whose full name was Heahburg... [more]
Caim m Portuguese
Portuguese form of Cain.
Caingneach m Irish
Mean "pleader, advocate".
Caireallán m Irish
From the name Caireall combined with the diminutive suffix án.
Caochlaoch m Old Irish
Means "blind warrior", from caoch "blind, one-eyed" and laoch "hero, warrior".
Caoindealbhán m Irish
Means "comely form".
Céadach m Irish
Derived from the word céad "hundred".
Ceadbeald m Anglo-Saxon
Derived from Brythonic kad "battle" combined with Old English beald "brave, bold".
Ceanndubhán m Old Irish
Means "black-headed, dark-haired", from Old Irish cenn "head" and dub "black" combined with a diminutive suffix.
Céirín m Old Irish
Derived from Old Irish cíar "dark, black" combined with a diminutive suffix. Compare Ciarán.
Ceithearnach m Irish
Means "warrior, kern (light-armed foot soldier)".
Cemalettin m Turkish
Turkish form of Jamal al-Din.
Chelidonios m Late Greek
Derived from the Greek adjective χελιδόνιος (chelidonios) meaning "of the swallow", which is ultimately derived from the Greek noun χελιδών (chelidon) meaning "swallow" (see Chelidon).
Chente m Spanish
Diminutive of Vicente.
Ciardhubhán m Old Irish
Means "jet black, sable", from Old Irish cíar "dark" and dub "black", combined with a diminutive suffix.
Cionnfhaoladh m Old Irish
Derived from Old Irish cenn "head" and faol "wolf".
Ciparisso m Italian
Italian form of Cyparissus.
Clarkson m English
Transferred use of the surname Clarkson.
Cluanach m Irish
Derived from clauna "deceitful, flattering, rogue".
Cnáimhseach f Irish
Means "midwife", which is derived from Irish Cnámh meaning "bone".
Cnámh m Old Irish, Irish
Means "bone", probably originating as a nickname for a thin man.
Cneo m Spanish
Spanish form of Gnaeus.
Cneu m Portuguese
Portuguese form of Gnaeus.
Cneus m Romanian
Romanian form of Gnaeus.
Cochlán m Old Irish
Derived from Old Irish cochall "cape, hood" combined with a diminutive suffix.
Cogadhán m Irish
A diminutive from a reduced form of Cuchogaidh.
Coigleach m Old Irish
From Irish coigealach, meaning "like a distaff" or "scarecrow, effigy; tall and untidy person", derived from Old Irish coigeal "distaff", a stick used to hold flax or wool for spinning.
Comhaltán m Old Irish
From comhalta "foster brother, foster sister" combined with a diminutive suffix.
Conghalach m Old Irish
Variant of Conghal. Alternately, could be related to Irish congalach "valiant, martial; pugnacious".
Corc m Irish
Means "heart" in Irish.
Core m Biblical Italian
Italian form of Korah.
Cróc m Medieval Irish
Irish form of Krókr
Cuchogaidh m Irish
Means "hound of war".
Cumhall m Scottish Gaelic
Means "champion, stranger"
Daighre m Irish
Means "fiery".
Danforth m English
Transferred use of the surname Danforth.
Darijs m Latvian
Latvian form of Darius.
Darlington m English
Transferred use of the surname Darlington.
Davido m Esperanto
Esperanto form of David.
Díomasach m Old Irish
Means "proud, arrogant" in Irish.
Dionís m Catalan
Catalan form of Dionysius.
Dionizy m Polish
Polish form of Dionysios (see Dionysius).
Dochartach m Old Irish
Means "harmful, destructive", "unlucky", or possibly "difficult, obstructive", derived from Old Irish dochor "disadvantage; hurt, injury; loss, misery".
Doibhilin m Irish
Possibly derived from the term dobhail "unlucky".
Donelson m English (American)
Transferred use of the surname Donelson.
Donnagán m Old Irish
Double diminutive form of Donn.
Duibheannach m Old Irish
Meaning uncertain, possibly from Old Irish dub meaning "black" and eanach meaning "marshy place".
Duibhuidhir m Old Irish
Derived from Old Irish dub "black" and odar "dun-coloured, greyish brown, tan". Alternately, the second element could be eidhir "sense, wisdom".
Duinnín m Medieval Irish
Diminutive of the word donn "brown"
Dümăs m Polabian
Polabian form of Thomas.
Dzhonatan m Russian
Russian form of Jonathan, reflecting the English pronunciation.
Dzyanis m Belarusian
Variant transliteration of Дзяніс (see Dzianis).
Eaghra m Old Irish
This was the name of a king of Luighne Connacht, ancestor of the O'Hara clan.
Éaladhach m Old Irish
Means "learned, ingenious", derived from ealadh "skill, learning" or elada "art, science; acquired craft or skill".
Ealdhere m Anglo-Saxon
Means "old army", derived from Old English eald "old" and here "army".
Ealdstan m Anglo-Saxon
Derived from the Old English elements eald "old" and stan "stone".
Earghall m Irish
Variant of Fearghal
Ecghere m Anglo-Saxon
Derived from the Old English elements ecg "edge (of a sword), blade, corner" and here "army".
Echuid m Irish
Variant of Eochaidh.
Eftychios m Greek
Modern form of Eutychios.
Éideán m Irish
Diminutive of the word éideadh "clothes, armour".
Eidhin m Old Irish
Meaning uncertain, possibly related to Irish eidheann "ivy", or to the former territory Aidhne.
Éidín m Irish
Variant of Éideán.
Eiliosaibeit f Irish
Irish form of Elizabeth.
Einws m Welsh
Diminutive of Einion
Eirikur m Faroese
Faroese form of Eiríkr (see Eric).
Eiripīds m Latvian
Latvian form of Euripides.
Eizicéil m Irish
Irish form of Ezekiel.
Eliass m Latvian
Latvian form of Elias.
Ent m Medieval Baltic
Variant of Endo.
Eochu m Irish
Diminutive of Eochaidh.
Eodhus m Old Irish
Meaning uncertain, possibly contains the Old Irish elements "yew" and either dos "tree, copse, thicket; protector" or guss "vigour, strength, force".
Ergoteles m Ancient Greek
Derived from the Greek noun ἔργον (ergon) meaning "work, task, deed" combined with the Greek noun τέλος (telos) meaning "purpose, aim, goal" as well as "completion, accomplishment, fulfillment" (see Aristotle).... [more]
Eriika f Finnish
Variant of Eerika.
Ermukhamet m Kazakh
From the Kazakh word ер (er) meaning "husband, man, male" combined with the name Mukhamet.
Ernóc m Old Irish
Diminutive of Ernán.
Erode m Biblical Italian
Italian form of Herod.
Eseciel m Scottish Gaelic, Welsh
Scottish and Welsh form of Ezekiel.
Eshaq m Persian
Persian form of Ishaq.
Eshils m Latvian
Variant of Aishils.
Euagoras m Ancient Greek, Greek Mythology
Derived from the Greek verb εὐαγορέω (euagoreo) meaning "to praise formally", which consists of Greek εὖ (eu) meaning "good, well" combined with the Greek verb ἀγορεύω (agoreuo) meaning "to orate, to speak publicly".... [more]
Euripidese m Estonian
Estonian form of Euripides.
Evmorfia f Greek
Modern Greek form of Eumorphia.
Evrydiki f Greek
Modern Greek form of Eurydike.
Evsevios m Greek
Modern Greek form of Eusebios.
Exainetos m Ancient Greek
Derived from the Greek preposition ἐξ (ex) meaning "out of" as well as "outside, beyond" combined with the Greek adjective αἰνετός (ainetos) meaning "praiseworthy". The latter word is ultimately derived from the Greek noun αἴνη (aine) meaning "praise, fame" (see Aeneas).... [more]
Ézéquiel m French
French form of Ezekiel.
Fathadh m Irish
Derived from the word fothadh "base, foundation".
Favstos m Greek
Modern Greek spelling of Phaustos, which is the ancient Greek form of Faustus.
Feargall m Irish
Variant of Fearghal
Fenner m English
Transferred use of the surname Fenner.
Fidelity m & f English (Puritan)
From the English word fidelity, ultimately from the Latin word fidelis, a derivative of fidere "to trust". This is one of the virtue names coined by the Puritans in the 17th century.
Finnbogi m Old Norse, Icelandic, Faroese
From Old Norse finnr "Finn, Sámi" and bogi "bow".
Fionnagán m Irish
Diminutive of Fionn
Fithcheallach m Medieval Irish
Means "chess player"
Flaithbheartach m Irish
Means "generous, hospitable" from flaith "prince" and beartach "acting, behaving"
Flaitheamh m Old Irish
Means "prince, ruler" in Old Irish, ultimately derived from flaith "rule, sovereignty; lord, ruler".
Flannchadh m Irish
Derived from the elements flann "red" and cath "battle"
Flavījs m History
Latvian form of Flavius. Flavius Magnus Aurelius Cassiodorus Senator (c. 485 – c. 585), Flāvijs Magnuss Aurēlijs Kasiodors Senators in Latvian, was a Roman statesman, renowned scholar of antiquity, and writer serving in the administration of Theodoric the Great, king of the Ostrogoths.
Fógartach m Old Irish
From fóghartha, meaning "proclaimed" or "banished, outlawed".
Foghlaidh m Old Irish
Derived from foghlaí "plunderer, robber; marauder, trespasser, outlaw".
Foivi f Greek
Modern Greek transcription of Phoebe.
Foivos m Greek
Modern Greek form of Phoibos.
Foley m English (American)
Transferred use of the surname Foley.
Fragkiskos m Greek
Greek form of Franciscus (see Francis).
Franziskus m German
German form of Francis.
Galēns m Latvian
Latvian form of Galen.
Gavriila f Russian
Feminine form of Gavriil.
Gealbhán m Old Irish
Means "pure white" or "bright fair one", from Old Irish gel "bright, white, shining" and bán "white, fair, pure". Coincides with modern Irish gealbhan "sparrow", which is unrelated.
Geirharður m Icelandic
Icelandic form of Gerhard.
Gerakl m Russian
Russian form of Hercules.
Geraklit m Russian
Russian form of Herakleitos.
Ghinotto m Italian
Variant of Ghino.
Ghjuellu m Corsican
Corsican form of Joel.
Gildas m French, French (Belgian, Rare)
Gallicized form of Breton Gweltaz via its medieval Latinization Gildasius. Gweltaz is certainly of Celtic origin, its meaning, however, has been lost to time.
Gilgamesz m Polish
Polish form of Gilgamesh.
Giobúin m Irish
Irish form of Gibbon.
Giuditto m Italian
Masculine form of Giuditta.
Glicone m Italian
Italian form of Glykon.
Gölbanïw f Bashkir
From Bashkir гөл (göl) meaning "flower" and баныу (baniw) meaning "lady".
Goldwine m Anglo-Saxon
Derived from the Old English elements gold "gold" and wine "friend".
Gormghal m Irish
Derived from gorm meaning "noble, (dark) blue" and gal meaning "valour, ardour".
Gradaigh m Irish
Derived from the word grada, "the illustrious one"
Gregori m Catalan, Romansh, Sardinian
Catalan, Romansh and Campidanese Sardinian form of Gregory.
Grigoli m Georgian
Form of Grigol with the nominative suffix, used in Georgian when the name is written stand-alone.
Guarino m Italian
Variant of Guerino.
Guarniero m Italian
Italian form of Werner.
Guðbjörg f Icelandic
Icelandic younger form of Guðbjǫrg.
Habil m Arabic, Indonesian
Arabic and Indonesian form of Abel.
Hailama m Hawaiian (Rare)
Hawaiian form of Hiram.
Hallgerður f Icelandic
Icelandic form of Hallgerðr.
Harutiun m Armenian
Alternate transcription of Harutyun.
Hatton m English
Transferred use of the surname Hatton.
Healani f Hawaiian
Means "heavenly mist", from hea meaning "mist" and lani meaning "sky, heaven".
Hellmut m German
Variant of Helmut
Heraklit m Armenian (Rare), Bosnian, Croatian, Danish, German, Norwegian, Polish, Slovene, Ukrainian
Armenian, Bosnian, Croatian, Danish, German, Norwegian, Polish, Slovene and Ukrainian form of Herakleitos via its latinized form Heraclitus.
Hēsiods m Latvian
Latvian form of Hesiod.
Hiperião m Portuguese
Portuguese form of Hyperion.
Hiperión m Spanish
Spanish form of Hyperion.
Hoosea m Estonian, Finnish
Estonian and Finnish form of Hosea.
Hörður m Icelandic
From the Old Norse word hǫrðr, meaning one from Hordaland in Norway.
Hørður m Faroese
Faroese form of Hǫrðr (see Hörður).
Hosegħa m Maltese
Maltese form of Hosea.
Høskuldur m Faroese
Faroese form of Hǫskuldr.
Hovel m Armenian
Armenian form of Joel.
Hozeja m Latvian
Latvian form of Hosea.
Hrafnkell m Icelandic
Combination of hrafn "raven" and ketill "helmet".
Hrútur m Icelandic
Icelandic younger form of Hrútr.
Hudkin m Medieval English
Medieval diminutive of Hudde
Iakinf m Russian (Rare)
Variant form of Giakinf.
Iapige m Italian
Italian form of Iapyx.
Iefte m Biblical Italian
Italian form of Jephthah.
Ieu m Biblical Italian
Archaic Italian form of Jehu.
Ignatijs m Latvian
Latvian form of Ignatius.
Ingibjørg f Faroese
Faroese form of Ingibjǫrg.
Ióéil m Irish
Irish form of Joel.
Isscia m Biblical Italian
Italian form of Ishijah.
Itar f Arabic
Means "selflessness" in Arabic.
Iúil m Irish (Rare)
Irish form of Julius.