Submitted Names Starting with I

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Imbasa f & m Zulu
Means "star" in Zulu.
Imber f Swedish (Rare)
Swedish dialectal variant form of Ingeborg found in Norrland.
Imberg f Medieval, Medieval English, Old Saxon, Old High German
A hypocoristic of Old High German ermen, Old Saxon irmin "strong" + Old High German berg "mountain, hill".
Imbert m French
Derived from the Germanic elements irmin "immense, vast" and beraht "bright".
Imbjørg f Norwegian (Archaic)
Dialectal variant of Ingeborg recorded in Oppland.
Imbor f Swedish (Rare)
Swedish dialectal variant form of Ingeborg.
Imbro m Croatian
Croatian form of Emmerich, via Hungarian Imre.
Imbrych m Medieval Polish
Medieval Polish variant of Emeryk.
Ime f Greenlandic
Old spelling of Imi (per the 1973 spelling reform of Greenlandic).
Imed m Arabic (Maghrebi)
Maghrebi variant of Imad (chiefly Tunisian).
Imedia f Medieval English
Of unknown origin and meaning.
Imee f Filipino
Diminutive of Imelda.... [more]
Imekanu f Ainu
Ainu female name, borne most notably by a mythologist and poet (Japanese name: Kannari Matsu (金成 マツ)) credited with preserving numerous Ainu epics (Yukar).
Imela f Hungarian
Short form of Imelda, meaning "universal" and battle".
Imena f Arabic
Feminine form of Imen.
Imene f Arabic (Maghrebi)
Maghrebi feminine variant of Iman (chiefly Tunisian and Algerian).
Imentet f Egyptian Mythology
Means "she of the west". In Egyptian mythology she was the goddess representing the necropolis west of the Nile River and the consort of Aken. Typically depicted wearing the hieroglyph for 'west' on her head, she often appeared on tombs to welcome the deceased into the afterlife... [more]
Imeraarsuk m Greenlandic
Said to mean "nice little water", derived from Greenlandic imeq "water" (cf. Imi) and a diminutive suffix.
Imeraarsunnguaq m Greenlandic
Greenlandic name meaning 'sweet nice little water', with the combination of Imerârssuk and -nnguaq.
Imerârssuaĸ m Greenlandic
Greenlandic name meaning "nice big water", combined with Ime and -rsuaq "big, great".
Imeria f Italian (Rare), Spanish (Rare)
Feminine form of Imerio, ultimately from Greek Himerios.
Imfrid f Medieval, Old High German, Old Saxon, German (Austrian, Archaic)
A hypocoristic of Old High German ermen, Old Saxon irmin "strong" + Old High German fridu, Old Saxon frithu "peace".
Imgarda f Lithuanian
Lithuanian form of Irmingard.
Imi f Greenlandic
Presumably from Greenlandic imeq "water".
Imier m French (Archaic), French (Swiss, Rare)
French form of Hymerius. While this name is archaic in France, it is still occasionally used in French-speaking Switzerland.
Imilce f Ancient Iberian
Imilce was the Spanish wife of Hannibal Barca according to a number of historical sources.
Imîlia f Greenlandic
Greenlandic form of Emilia.
Imîna m Greenlandic
Possibly combined with Greenlandic imiit "scoop, bailer, mug or chalice" and -na (Greenlandic suffix indicating a personal name).
Imínguaĸ f & m Greenlandic
Greenlandic name meaning "sweet little water". Combination of Ime and -nnguaq "sweet, dear".
Iminnguaq f & m Greenlandic
Greenlandic younger form of Imínguaĸ.
Imis f Literature
Meaning unknown. This is the name of the protagonist of the fairy tale "The Palace of Revenge" by Henriette-Julie de Murat. Imis is a princess who is beloved and captured by the evil enchanter Pagan.
Imisława f Polish
Derived from the Slavic name element imi meaning "seize, take" or "begin" and sława meaning "fame, glory".
Imka f Medieval Polish
Diminutive of Irmgarda.
Imka f Dutch, Afrikaans, German
Diminutive of Ime.
Imla m Biblical
Meaning "whom God will fill up," "fullness" or "replenisher." Father or progenitor of Micaiah the prophet.
Imlac m Literature
Perhaps based on the Scottish surname Imlach, derived from the Old Gaelic imeallach or imleach, meaning "marginal land" or "marshy shore-land." Imlac is the poet friend of the titular character in Samuel Johnson's "Rasselas," who joins his friend on his voyage out of their homeland in the pursuit of happiness.
Imma f Sicilian
Sicilian variant of Emma.
Imma m Finnish
Diminutive of Immanuel, Ilmari and Ismo.
Immaculate f English, English (African), Filipino (Rare), Indian (Christian)
English form of Inmaculada. It is mainly used in African countries where English is one of the official languages.
Immaculée f French (African, Rare)
French cognate of Inmaculada. A known bearer is Rwandan writer Immaculée Ilibagiza (1972-), a survivor of the 1994 Rwandan genocide.
Immakuláta f Hungarian
Hungarian form of Immaculata.
Immalee f Literature
Possibly a variant of Emily used by Charles Robert Maturin for the female protagonist in his novel 'Melmoth the Wanderer' (1820).
Immanúel m Icelandic
Icelandic form of Immanuel.
Immanuël m Dutch
Dutch form of Immanuel.
Immanuela f Hebrew, Yiddish
Feminine form of Immanuel, possibly making it the Hebrew form of Manuela, Emanuela, or Emmanuelle.
Immanuelle f Filipino
Feminine form of Immanuel.
Imme m Livonian, Medieval Baltic
Derived from Livonian im "miracle".
Imme f & m West Frisian (Rare), East Frisian (Rare), North Frisian (Rare)
Variant form of Ime 2. This given name is more commonly found on females than on males.... [more]
Immed m Medieval German
Derived from the Germanic name element ERMEN "whole, universal" with a -d suffix.... [more]
Immeghar m Berber
Means "he is great" in Amazigh.
Immer m Biblical
Meaning, "saying; speaking" or "a lamb."
Immi f Finnish
Variant of Impi.
Immie f English, Swedish, German
Diminutive of names begining with Im or Irm, such as Imogen, Irma and Irmhild.
Immilla f Medieval German (?), Medieval Italian (?)
Possibly a medieval diminutive of various names beginning with Old High German ermen, Old Saxon irmin "strong, whole, universal".
Immo m Finnish, Estonian
Finnish short form of Immanuel and Ilmari.
Immy f English
Diminutive of Imogen.
Immý f Icelandic (Modern, Rare)
Icelandic form of Immy.
Imo f American
Possibly a diminutive of Imogene.
Imobach m Spanish (Canarian, Rare)
Popularly claimed to mean "green valley". Possibly derived from Guanche *iɣezran "valley".
Imodzsen f Hungarian
Cognate of Imogen, meaning "maiden".
Imogén f Hungarian
Hungarian borrowing of Imogen.
Imogena f Spanish, Polish, Czech, Slovak
Spanish, Polish, Czech and Slovak form of Imogen.
Imogène f Theatre (Gallicized)
French form of Imogen. In France, this mostly refers to the character from Shakespeare's play Cymbeline and is rarely, if ever, used as a given name.
Imogènia f Literature, Catalan
Catalan form of Imogen.
Imogyn f English (Australian, Modern, Rare)
Variant of Imogen. Between 1944 and 2018, 3 babies were named Imogyn in Australia.
Imohimi m & f Western African, Edo
Means "I have a support" in Edo language.
Imoinda f Literature, Theatre
Used by Aphra Behn for a character in her novel Oroonoko, or The Royal Slave (1688). Imoinda or She Who Will Lose Her Name (2008), a re-writing of Behn's novel, is the first libretto to be written by an African-Caribbean woman, Dr Joan Anim-Addo.
Imojean f American (South)
Variant of Imogene used in the southern United States.
Imojeen f American
Variant of Imogen.
Imojen f Obscure
Variant of Imogen.
Imola f Hungarian, Literature
Directly taken from Hungarian imola "centaury, knapweed, starthistle". This name was first used by Hungarian writer Mór Jókai in his novel 'Bálványosi vár'.
Imom m Tajik, Uzbek
Tajik and Uzbek form of Imam.
Imomali m Tajik
Tajik combination of Imam and Ali.
Imon m Tajik (Rare), Uzbek (Rare)
Tajik and Uzbek form of Iman, which is strictly masculine in both countries. For women, they use the form Imona.
Imona f Tajik (Rare), Uzbek
Strictly feminine form of Iman.
Imona f Inuit
Meaning unknown at this point in time. A known bearer of this name is the Inuit artist Imona Natsiapik (b. 1966).
Imoqqalak f Greenlandic
Younger form of Imorĸalak.
Imorĸalak f Greenlandic
Meaning unknown.
Imose f Western African, Edo
Means "beauty" in Edo.
Imperatriz f Portuguese
Portuguese cognate of Emperatriz.
Imperi f Catalan
Catalan feminine name meaning "empire".
Imperia f Medieval Italian, Literature, English (American, Modern, Rare)
Derived from Latin imperium meaning "command; authority; rule, power; empire". This was the name of an obscure saint, who was venerated in Mauprévoir, France (also known as Impère and Impérie)... [more]
Impressió f Catalan
Means "print, affect, sign, mark" in Catalan.
Imrahil m Literature
Meaning unknown; probably originates from the Númenórean language. In Tolkien's Lord of the Rings, Imrahil is the Prince of Dol Amroth and the uncle of Boromir and Faramir... [more]
İmran m Turkish, Azerbaijani
Turkish and Azerbaijani form of Imran.
Imrane m Arabic (Maghrebi, Rare)
Maghrebi variant of Imran (chiefly Moroccan and Algerian).
Imri m & f Hebrew
The name Imri is a biblical name, Imri was the father of Zachor who was one of the builders of the renewed wall of Jerusalem, it is mentioned in the book Nehemiah chapter 3, verse 2. ... [more]
Imriel m Literature, English
character from the Kushiel's Legacy Trilogy by Jacqueline Carey... [more]
Imron m Indonesian, Thai (Muslim), Tajik, Uzbek
Indonesian, Thai, Tajik and Uzbek form of Imran.
Imrona f Uzbek
Uzbek feminine form of Imran.
Imrus m Hungarian
Diminutive of Imre.
Imsety m Egyptian Mythology
In Egyptian mythology he was a funerary deity, one of the four sons of Horus tasked with protecting his throne in the underworld. His image was depicted on the canopic jar that held the liver of the deceased.
Imtithal f Arabic
polite obedience
Imy f English
Diminutive of Imogen or Imogene.
Ína f Greenlandic
Greenlandic short form of Ínariáta.
Ína f Icelandic
Icelandic form of Ina.
Ina m & f Polynesian, Chamorro
Derived from Chamarro ina "to illuminate, to light up."
Ina f Latvian
Latvian short form of Inese as well as a short form of names ending in -ina.
Ina f Japanese
This name may have been used as 稲 (te, tou, ina-, ine) meaning "rice plant." Since it is mainly written in hiragana before and in the early stages of modernisation of Japan, it's not clear if the name is derived from that particular kanji.... [more]
Ina f Spanish
Diminutive of Ignacia.
Ina f Manx
Variant of Iney.
Ina f Chinese (Modern)
Combination of Chinese Characters "一" meaning "One", and "娜" meaning "Graceful", "Elegant". Other Combinations possible.
Inabat f & m Kazakh
Means "respect, deference, courtesy" in Kazakh.
Inabela f Portuguese (Brazilian, Rare)
Probably a combination of Inês with Isabela.
Inachia f Literature
Used by the 1st-century BC Roman poet Horace. It was possibly intended to be a reference to the Greek mythological figure Io, whose father was named Inachus.
Inachus m Greek Mythology
In Greek mythology, Inachus was the first king of Argos after whom a river was called Inachus River, the modern Panitsa that drains the western margin of the Argive plain. Most modern mythologists however understand Inachus as one of the river gods, all sons of Oceanus and Tethys and thus to the Greeks part of the pre-Olympian or "Pelasgian" mythic landscape.
Inácia f Portuguese
Portuguese feminine form of Ignatius.
Inacia f Asturian
Feminine form of Inacio.
Inacio m Aragonese
Aragonese form of Ignatius.
Inaciu m Asturian
Asturian form of Ignatius.
Inaira f African
Inaira comes from the Name Anaiva
Inajet m Albanian
From Arabic عناية ('inayah) meaning "care, concern".
Iñake f Basque
Basque form of Ignatia.
Inakika f Hawaiian
Hawaiian form of Ingrid.
Inala f Indigenous Australian (Rare)
A suburb of Brisbane which literally means "rest time, night time" in a local language, but is often glossed as "place of peace".
Inalegwu m African
popular among the Idoma people of Benue State of Nigeria.translate in English 'as Innocent'.
Inali m Cherokee
Variant of Enoli.
Inan m Romani
Transferred use of the surname Inan.
Inana f Hungarian
Cognate of Inanna, meaning "lady of the heavens".
Inanç m & f Turkish
Turkish form of Faith. In modern Turkey mainly used as a masculine name.
Inani f Sanskrit, Hindi, Hinduism, Indian
Name: Inani/Inaani इनानी- Vatapattri plant (वटपत्त्री का पौधा), energetic, mighty... [more]
Inan-tauh f Kelabit
Means "we have" in Kelabit.
Inao m & f Manipuri
Means "younger sibling" in Meitei.
Inapo m Chamorro
Means "wave" in Chamorro.
Iñaqui m Spanish
Inar m Basque (Rare)
Variant of Inhar.
İnarə f Azerbaijani
Derived from Arabic إِنَارَة (ʾināra) meaning "illumination, light".
Inara f Near Eastern Mythology
In Hittite–Hurrian mythology, Inara was the goddess of the wild animals of the steppe and daughter of the Storm-god Teshub.
Inara f English, Portuguese (Brazilian), Popular Culture
The name of a leading female character from the TV show Firefly and Serenity movie created by Joss Whedon.... [more]
Inari f & m Japanese, Japanese Mythology
Means "carrying rice" or "rice load" in Japanese.... [more]
Inari f & m Finnish, Sami
Meaning unknown.... [more]
Inaria f Chuukese
Feminine form of Inario.
Ínariáta f Greenlandic
Greenlandic form of Henriette.
Ínarik m Greenlandic
Greenlandic form of Henrik.
Inario m Chuukese
Chuukese form of Hilary.
Inavel m Georgian (Rare)
Anagram of ლევანი (Levani), which is the Georgian nominative case form of Levan.
İnayət m & f Azerbaijani
Azerbaijani form of Inayat.
Inayatullah m Arabic
Derived from the Arabic noun عناية (inaya) meaning "care, concern" (see Inayat) combined with the Arabic noun الله (Allah) meaning "God" (see Allah).... [more]
Inazia f Aragonese
Feminine form of Inazio.
Inazio m Aragonese
Aragonese form of Ignatius.
Inazuma f Popular Culture
Notably borne by the character Inazuma (稲妻) from the 'Usagi Yojimbo' comic book series, this name refers to (a flash of) lightning. It combines 稲 (ina), the ancient bound form of ine meaning "rice plant," and 妻/夫 (tsuma), originally referring to a spouse (nowadays, only referring to a wife, written as 妻), based on an ancient belief that rice plants would mate with or otherwise be fertilised by lightning, which frequently occurs in late summer and autumn.... [more]
Inbae m Korean
From 仁 "humaneness, benevolence, kindness" and 培 "bank up with dirt; cultivate".
In-bok m Korean
From Sino-Korean 仁 "humaneness, benevolence, kindness" and 福 "happiness, good fortune, blessing".
Incalatanga m Cherokee
Means "doublehead" in Cherokee.
İnci f Turkish
Directly taken from Turkish inci meaning "pearl", ultimately from Old Turkic yençü.
Incoronata f Italian
Means "crowned" in Italian. This name is given in reference to the Virgin Mary in her role as queen of heaven.
Incoronato m Italian
Masculine form of Incoronata.
Increase m & f English (Puritan)
Derives from Middle English 'encrease' with the meaning "to turn greater in number". A famous bearer was Increase Mather, the president of Harvard University in 1685, who was a Puritan minister involved with the Salem witch trials... [more]
Increased f & m English (Puritan)
Referring to the Biblical command to increase in number.
Inda f Estonian
Of uncertain origin and meaning. Theories include a derivation from Estonian ind "enthusiasm, zeal" and a truncated form of Linda.
Indaiá f Portuguese (Brazilian)
Indaiá proceeds from ini'yá Tupi-Guarani language, meaning "thread fruit," by combining the terms in Tupi "INIM" (hammock) and YBA (fruit), a reference to the use of its fibers for the production of hammocks.
Indalecio m Spanish, Galician, Aragonese
Spanish, Galician and Aragonese form of Indaletius.
Indaletius m History (Ecclesiastical)
Meaning uncertain, though allegedly derived from indal eccius which is said to mean "messenger of the gods" in a language of pre-Roman Iberia (present-day Spain and Portugal). This is the name of the patron saint of Almería, Spain - a 1st-century Christian martyr.
Indaliai f Indian
Means "sea-feather" or "feather from the sea"
Indati f Indian
MEANING - possessing superhuman power, powerful... [more]
Indee f & m English (Rare)
Variant of Indy.
Indeg f Welsh (Rare), Welsh Mythology
Possibly derived from Welsh un "one" and teg "beautiful; fair".
Independence f English (Puritan)
Means "freedom from control or influence". Used much more commonly during the times of the pilgrims (Puritans) who settled in New England in America. The name was used to commemorate independence from British rule and laws then, and perhaps after the American Revolution in 1776 as well.
Inder m Indian, Punjabi, Hindi
Variant of Indra.
Indera m Malay, Indonesian
Malay form of Indra.
Inderbir m & f Indian (Sikh)
From the name of the Hindu god Indra combined with Sanskrit वीर (vira) meaning "hero, man, brave".
Indí f Icelandic
Icelandic form of Indi.
Indía f Icelandic
Icelandic adoption of India.
Indian m English (Rare)
Masculine form of Indiana.
Indíana f Icelandic
Icelandic variant of Indiana.
Indiasa f American
Spanish and Indonesian meaning-waters of healing or blessings of salvation
Índiga f Spanish, Catalan, Galician, Portuguese
Spanish, Catalan, Galician, and Portuguese feminine variant of Indigo.
Indiga f English (American, Modern, Rare)
Perhaps intended as a feminine variant of Indigo.
Indigoe m & f English (Rare)
Variant of Indigo.
Indika m Sinhalese
Means "Indian, Hindustani" in Sinhalese.
Indila f French (Modern, Rare)
Notably borne by singer and songwriter Indila, born Adila Sedraïa (1984-).... [more]
Indina f Swedish
Variant of Indine.
Indine f Norwegian (Rare)
Norwegian variant form of Inda, India and Indiana recorded from the 1820s onwards.
Indio m English
Most likely a masculine form of India or a variant of Indigo, either name refers back to the country of India. This is the name of Robert Downey Jr's oldest son.... [more]
Indíra f Icelandic (Rare)
Icelandic adoption of Indira.
Indis f Literature
Means "bride" in Quenya. This was the name of an Elf mentioned in Tolkien's the Silmarillion. Indis was the second wife of Finwë and the grandmother of Galadriel.
Indra f Latvian
Of uncertain origin and meaning. Theories include an adoption of the Indian (male) deity's name Indra (compare Indraja), a transferred use of the name of the Latvian river Indra (also known as Indrica), and a feminine form of Indriķis.
Indraja f Lithuanian (Rare), Baltic Mythology
Borrowed from the name of a lake and river in the Utena district municipality of north-eastern Lithuania, derived from Eastern Aukštaitian Lithuanian indrė (standard Lithuanian nendrė) meaning "reed."... [more]
Indrajitendra m Indian
Combination of Indira and Jitendra.
Indrawati f Indonesian
From Indonesian indra meaning "sense" combined with the feminine suffix -wati.
Indrė f Lithuanian
Either a short form of Indraja or a direct borrowing from Eastern Aukštaitian Lithuanian indrė (standard Lithuanian nendrė) meaning "reed."
Indri f Indonesian
Derived from Sanskrit इन्दिरा (indira) meaning "beauty, splendour".
Indrì m Friulian
Friulian form of Henry.
Indrid m Popular Culture, Folklore
Indrid Cold is the name of a being originating in North American folklore, whose appearance usually coincides with sightings of UFOs or other cryptids.
Indrit m Albanian
Variant of Endrit.
Indro m Indian
Indian God of Fire
Indro m Estonian
Possibly a masculine form of Indra.
Indu m Sami
Sami form of Into.
Indulis m Latvian, Theatre
Originally a diminutive of Indriķis, now used as a given name in its own right. Latvian poet and playwright Rainis used this name on the titular character of his play Indulis un Ārija (1911).
Indumati f Indian
calm(like the moon).... [more]
Indushi m Hindi
Means "brave, courageous".
Industrializatsiya f Soviet, Russian (Archaic)
Derived from the Russian noun индустриализация (industrializatsiya) meaning "industrialization". This name was used by Communist parents who were eager to reject traditional names, in reference to the rapid industrialization of the Soviet Union, which at the beginning was predominantly agricultural.
Industriy m Soviet, Russian (Archaic)
Masculine form of Industriya. This name was used by Communist parents who were eager to reject traditional names.... [more]
Industriya f Soviet, Russian (Archaic)
Derived from the Russian noun индустрия (industriya) meaning "industry". In some cases, this name can also be a contracted form of Industrializatsiya.... [more]
Ine f Dutch, Limburgish
Dutch and Limburgish variant form of Ina.
Ine m West Frisian (Rare)
Derived from the particle in, which is usually used to give extra emphasis to something. Scholars have not been able to find any other explanation for the meaning of this Frisian name.
Ine f Japanese
This name can be used as 稲 (te, tou, ina-, ine) meaning "rice plant" or イ子 with イ representing the phonetic character for 'i' and 子 (shi, su, tsu, ko, -ko, ne) meaning "sign of the rat (first sign of Chinese zodiac)."... [more]
Ine f Norwegian
Variant of Ina as well as short form for names ending in -ine, such as Martine, Christine and Caroline.
Inejiro m Japanese
Variant transcription of Inejirou.
Inejirou m Japanese
From Japanese 稲 (ine) meaning "rice plant", 次 (ji) meaning "next, order, sequence" combined with 郎 (rou) meaning "son". Other kanji combinations are possible. ... [more]
Ineka f English (Rare), German (Rare), Dutch (Rare)
Most likely a variant of Ineke.
Ineke f Dutch, Limburgish, German (Rare), East Frisian
Diminutive form of Ine as well as an East Frisian feminine form of masculine Ine.
Ineĸo f & m Greenlandic
Short form of inequnaq meaning 'sweet', 'cute'.
Ineĸunâĸ f & m Greenlandic
Greenlandic name meaning "handsome", "beautiful", "sweet", "attractive" (variant form of Ineĸo).
Inela f Bosnian
Meaning unknown at this time. A famous bearer of this name is Inela Nogić (b. 1976), a Bosnian woman who won a beauty pageant contest during the Siege of Sarajevo (1992-1996). The story behind the contest as well as amateur footage of it led to the making of a documentary titled Miss Sarajevo, which added to the international pressure to end the siege... [more]
Inemesit f & m Western African, Ibibio
Means "happiness" in Ibibio.
Ineqaglas m Ancient Irish
Primitive Irish name derived from the Proto-Celtic *enekʷom meaning “face" and *glastos meaning “green, blue”.
Inequ f & m Greenlandic
Younger form of Ineĸo.
Inequnaaq f & m Greenlandic
Greenlandic younger form of Ineĸunâĸ.
Ineriqué f Romani (Caló)
Derived from the Caló word inerique "protection". Used as a Caló equivalent of Amparo.
Inesinha f Portuguese
Diminutive of Inês.
Ineso m Spanish (Rare)
Masculine form of Inés.
Ineta f Latvian
Latvian name which has only been used since the middle or latter part of the 20th century (first recorded during 1950-1975), possibly a variant of Inta (feminine form of Ints, itself from Indriķis), Inita (which is either from Latin initus "a beginning, an entrance" or a diminutive of Ina) or Inese (variant of Agnesa, Agneta).
Iney f Manx
Of debated origin and meaning. While some scholars consider this name a Manx form of Eithne, others derive it from Manx inney "daughter (of)". This name used to be Anglicized as the etymologically unrelated Annie.
Ineza f Georgian
Georgian form of Inés.
Infinite m African American (Modern)
From the English word infinite meaning "having no boundaries or limits".
Infiniti f English
Variant of Infinity. This name is used by a brand of luxury automobiles sold in the United States by Nissan.
Infinity f & m English (American, Modern, Rare)
Directly taken from the English word, ultimately from Latin infinitas "endlessness; boundlessness".
Ing f Chinese (Teochew)
Teochew Chinese form of Yan.
Iŋgá f Sami
Sami form of Inga.
Inga f Slovak (Rare)
Slovak short form of Ingrida, occasionally used as a given name in its own right.
Ingalbald m Medieval, Old High German, Icelandic (Archaic), Medieval French
An elongation of Old Icelandic ing(i), of uncertain origin but perhaps identical with the god name Ing or Yngvi, also of uncertain origin + Old High German bald "bold".
Ingalill f Swedish
Combination of Inga and Lill. It was originally a diminutive meaning "little Inga".
Ingalis f Swedish
Variant of Ingalisa.
Ingalisa f Swedish
Swedish form of Ingelise.
Ingalise f Swedish
Swedish variant of Ingelise.
Ingaliss f Swedish (Rare)
Swedish variant of Ingelise.
Ingalls m English
Transferred use of the surname Ingalls.
Ingalrada f Icelandic (Archaic), Ancient Germanic, Old Saxon, Medieval, Medieval French
An elongation of Old Icelandic ing(i), of uncertain origin but perhaps identical with the god name Ing or Yngvi, also of uncertain origin + Old Saxon rād, Old High German rāt "counsel, advice".
Ingalsinde f Icelandic (Archaic), Ancient Germanic, Old Saxon, Ancient Germanic (Gothic), Medieval, Medieval French
An elongation of Old Icelandic ing(i), of uncertain origin but perhaps identical with the god name Ing or Yngvi, also of uncertain origin + Old Saxon swīth, Gothic swinþs from Proto-Germanic swinþaz "strong".
Ingaltrude f Icelandic (Archaic), Ancient Germanic, Medieval, Medieval French
An elongation of Old Icelandic ing(i), of uncertain origin but perhaps identical with the god name Ing or Yngvi, also of uncertain origin + Proto-Germanic þrūþ "strength" or Proto-Germanic trut "maiden".
Ingálvur m Faroese
Faroese combination of Ing and alfr "elf".
Ingamaj f Swedish
Combination of Inga and maj "May".