Submitted Names Starting with L

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LIYAN f Kurdish
Means "snowshoe" in Kurdish.
LIYAN f & m Chinese
Combination of the names Li (1) and Yan (2)
LIYANA f Zulu, English (Modern, Rare)
Directly taken from Zulu liyana "it is raining". As an English name, it is a variant of Liana.
LIYANA f Malay
Derived from Arabic لَيِّن (layyin) meaning "soft, tender, delicate".
LIYANA f Chinese
Combination of the names Li (1), Ya and Na.
LIYANA f Mordvin
Possibly derived from Erzya лияназ (liyanaz) meaning "flax" (genus Linum). Alternatively it may mean "different, other".
LIYANNA f Chinese (Rare)
Combination of the names Li (1), Yan (2) and Na.
LIYEMA f Xhosa
Means "stability in the family" in Xhosa.
LIYÊN f & m Vietnamese
Vietnamese form of Liyan, as well as a combination of Li (1) and Yên.
LI-YIN f Japanese
From the Japanese/Chinese yin-yang. Good theme name for twins when twinned with Lu Yan as the other name.
LIYOUN m Norman
Diminutive of Napoliyoun.
LIYUN f & m Chinese (Modern)
Combination of the names Li (1) and Yun
LĪZA f Latvian (Rare)
Latvian variant of Liza.
LÎZABÉ f Jèrriais
Truncated form of Élîzabé.
LIZABETH f American (Rare)
Truncated form of Elizabeth.
LIZAN f & m Chinese
Combination of the names Li (1) and Zan
LIZANA f American (Rare)
Combination of Liz and Ana.
LIZANDER m Polish (Rare), Hungarian (Rare)
Polish and Hungarian form of Lysander.
LIZANDRA f English (Rare)
A combination of ELIZABETH and ALEXANDRA. It may also be based on LYSANDRA.
LIZANDRA f Hungarian
Feminine form of Lizander.
LIZANKA f Russian, Hebrew
Diminutive of Yelizaveta. It is the equivalent of Lizziekins. It can also mean "God is my perfection" in Hebrew.
LIZARDO m Spanish (Latin American)
Probably an altered form of Elisardo.
LIZAVÉTA f Hungarian (Rare)
Hungarian borrowing of Lizaveta.
LĪZE f Latvian (Rare)
Diminutive of Elizabete and cognate of Liese.
LIZEA f French (Modern)
Possibly a modern elaboration of Lise.
LIZET m Albanian
Masculine version of lissette
LIZETE f Latvian (Archaic)
Latvian form of Lizette.
LIZI f English (Rare)
Diminutive of Elizabeth.
LIZIKO f Georgian
Diminutive of Liza.
LIZIMAH m Bosnian, Croatian
Bosnian and Croatian form of Lysimachus.
LIZINKA f Russian, Croatian, Theatre
Diminutive of Yelizaveta. This was the title character of an opera by Croatian composer Ivan Zajc, Lizinka (1878).
LIZIP m Croatian, Slovene
Croatian and Slovene form of Lysippos via its latinized form Lysippus.
LIZUCA f Romanian
Meaning unknown.
Polish form of Lysimachus.
LIZYP m Polish
Polish form of Lysippos via its latinized form Lysippus.
LIZZ f English (?)
Variant of Liz.
LIZZA f Italian, Swedish (Rare), Danish (Rare)
Swedish and Danish form of Lissa and English variant of Lizzie.
LIZZETH f English
Diminutive of Elizabeth.
LIZZEY f English (Rare)
Variant of Lizzy or Lizzie.
LIZZI f English
Variant of Lizzie.
Combination of Lizzie and Beth, sometimes used as a diminutive of Elizabeth.
LIZZO f English (American, Rare)
American Rap singer.
LJATIF m Gorani
Ljatif is Gorani for Latif
LJEANID m Belarusian (Rare)
Variant transcription of Leanid.
Vlach masculine form of Ljiljana.
LJØDE m Norwegian
Norwegian younger form of Liótr.
LJØL m Norwegian (Rare, Archaic)
Norwegian younger form of Ljóðolfr.
LJONIK m Belarusian
Diminutive of Ljeanid.
LJÓSÁLFUR m Icelandic
Icelandic name combination of ljós 'a burning light', 'light of the sun' and alfr 'elf'.
LJÓSBJÖRG f Icelandic
Icelandic name combination of ljós 'a burning light', 'light of the sun' and bjǫrg 'help, deliverance'.
LJÓSBRÁ f Icelandic
Icelandic name combination of ljós 'a burning light', 'light of the sun' and brá 'eyelash'.
LJÓTA f Ancient Scandinavian, Norse Mythology
Variant of Ljót. In Norse mythology this is a typical name for giantesses.
LJOTOLV m Norwegian
Modern Norwegian form of LiútulfR.
LJÓTUR m Icelandic
Icelandic form of Liótr.
LJUBENKO m Croatian (Rare), Serbian (Rare)
From the Slavic element lyuby "love".
LJUBINA f Serbian
From the Slavic element lyuby meaning "love".
LJUBINKA f Serbian (Rare), Croatian (Rare)
From the Slavic element lyuby "love".
LJUBUŠA f Croatian, Serbian
Croatian and Serbian form of Libuše.
LJÚFR m Ancient Scandinavian
From Old Norse ljúfr meaning "dear, friendly".
LJÚFUR m Icelandic
Icelandic younger form of LjúfR.
LJUPKA f Croatian, Serbian, Macedonian
Derived from Slavic ljupko, ljupka, meaning "delightful, gracefully".
LKHAGVASÜREN m & f Mongolian
Meaning uncertain; the first element is derived from Mongolian лхагва (lhagva) meaning "Mercury" or "Wednesday" (of Tibetan origin).
LLACOLÉN f Spanish (Latin American)
Allegedly from a Mapuche word meaning "calm, peace".
LLAKOLEN f Mapuche
Feminine Mapuche name meaning "calm"
LLÀTZER m Catalan
Catalan form of Lazarus.
LLEDÓ f Catalan
Derived from (Valencian) Catalan lledó meaning "(Mediterranean) hackberry fruit", which is ultimately derived from Vulgar Latin loto or lotus, a word that was used to refer to at least two kinds of plants and one kind of tree.... [more]
LLEISION m Medieval Welsh
Possibly related to Welsh llais "voice", compare lleisiol meaning "vocal". There is also a theory that it is a Welsh contraction of kyrie eleision, an Ecclesiastical Latin phrase from Ancient Greek Κύριε, ἐλέησον meaning "Lord, have mercy".
LLÉNIFER f Spanish (Modern, Rare)
Likely a rare, modern coinage of Jennifer.
LLEÓ m Catalan, Astronomy
Catalan form of Leo as well as the Catalan name for Leo, the constellation of the zodiac. The name coincides with Catalan lleó "lion".
LLEONARD m Catalan (Rare)
Catalan form of Leonard.
LLEUDADD m Welsh (Archaic)
Meaning uncertain. The first element of this name might perhaps be etymologically related to Lleu.... [more]
LLEWELYNA f English (Rare)
Feminine form of Llewelyn.
LLEYTON m English (Modern, Rare)
Possibly a form or respelling of Leyton, itself a form of the name Layton. ... [more]
LLEZHDËR m Albanian
Albanian variant form of Alexander.
LLIAM m English (American, Modern, Rare)
Variant of Liam. There were 23 boys given this name is 2018 according to the SSA.
Means "freedom, liberty" in Catalan (see Liberty for derivation).
LLINOR f Welsh
Welsh form of Eleanor, possibly via Lenore. This name has only been in use since the 20th century.
LLINU m Asturian
Asturian form of Linus.
LLIO f Welsh
Originally a diminutive of Gwenllian, now sometimes used independently. The 15th-century Welsh poet Dafydd Nanmor sang poems to a girl called Llio. It was revived in the early 20th century.
Norman form of Leocadie.
LLION m Welsh
Derived from the name of Caerleon, a legendary Welsh giant and king, whose name is derived from Welsh caer "(Roman) fortress" (ultimately from Latin castrum) and legionum "of the Legions"... [more]
Diminutive of Lioûnie.
LLIPYA m & f Quechua
Means "lightning" in Quechua.
LLOCAIA f Catalan
Catalan form of Leocadia.
LLOCAYA f Asturian
Asturian form of Leocadia.
LLOIMINCIA f English (American)
This name came into prominence through former LSU artistic gymnast, Lloimincia Hall.
LLOLL f Catalan
Diminutive of Dolors.
LLOP m Catalan (Rare)
Catalan form of Lupus (see Loup). This is also the Catalan word for "wolf".
LLORENS m Catalan
Variant of Llorenç.
LLUÇANA f Catalan
Catalan form of Luciana.
LLUCAS m Asturian
Asturian form of Luke.
LLUCH m Catalan (Rare)
Variant of Lluc, more commonly found as a surname.
LLUCIFER m Catalan (Rare)
Catalan form of Lucifer.
LLUM f Catalan
Means "light" in Catalan.
LLUNA f Catalan (Modern, Rare), Asturian (Modern, Rare)
Means "moon" in Catalan and Asturian, derived from the Latin Luna.
LLUVIA f Spanish (Mexican, Modern, Rare), American (Hispanic, Modern, Rare)
Directly taken from Spanish lluvia "rain" (see also Juvia).
LLUVY f Spanish
Variant of Lluvianna.
LLYAN f Literature
The name of a giant cat in 'The Chronicles of Prydain' by Lloyd Alexander. Possibly a Welsh name.
LLYWARCH m Medieval Welsh, Welsh
Possibly a Welsh form of the hypothetic old Celtic name *Lugumarcos meaning "horse of Lugus", derived from the name of the Celtic god Lugus combined with Welsh march "horse", but perhaps the first element is Welsh llyw "leader"... [more]
LO f & m Swedish
Means "lynx" in Swedish. Could also be a short form of names starting with Lo-.
LO f English
Diminutive of Lauren, Laura, Lorraine or other names with a similar sound.
f Portuguese
Diminutive of Lorena.
m Central African
A Kom name.
LÓA f Icelandic, Faroese
From the Icelandic and Faroese name for a type of bird, known as "golden plover" in English.
LOA f English (American), Swedish (Rare)
Anglicization of the Icelandic name for the English golden plover.
LOA m Swedish (Modern)
Possibly an elaboration of Lo or rare diminutive of Lars-Olof and Carl Johan (see Carljohan). Male usage of this name is probably influenced by Swedish actor and singer Loa Falkman who got his name from a mispronunciation of his birth name, Carl Johan.
LOALWA f Brazilian
Of unknown origin and meaning.... [more]
LO-AMMI m Biblical
Lo-Ammi, meaning "not my people," was the youngest son of Hosea and Gomer. He had an older brother named Jezreel and an older sister named Lo-Ruhamah. God commanded Hosea to name him "Lo-Ammi" to symbolize his anger with the people of Israel.
LOANA f French (Modern)
Feminine form of Loan. This name saw a boost in popularity in 2001 thanks to Loana Petrucciani (1977-) when she appeared in the first season of Loft Story (the French adaptation of Big Brother).
LOANNE f French
Variant of Loane.
LOAY m Arabic
Variant form (or variant transcription) of Luay.
LOBA f Medieval Basque
Feminine form of Lope.
LOBBE m West Frisian
Variant of Lubbe.
LOBEL m Croatian (Rare), Slavic Mythology
An old Croatian name of unknown meaning.... [more]
LOBELIA f Literature
From the name of the flowering herb, which was named for the Belgian botanist Matthias de Lobel (1538-1616). It was used by the author J. R. R. Tolkien in his novel 'The Lord of the Rings' (1954), in which it belongs to the hobbit Lobelia Sackville-Baggins.
LOBÉLIE f French (Rare)
French form of Lobelia.
LOBKE f West Frisian
Feminine form of Lobbe, where the diminutive suffix ke has been added to the name.
LOBNA f Arabic (Egyptian), Arabic (Maghrebi)
Egyptian and Maghrebi transcription of Lubna.
LOBO m Spanish (Modern, Rare), Portuguese
Spanish and Portuguese for wolf, receiving rare usage as a modern update of Lope, the archaic Spanish/Portuguese word for wolf and historically a very common name, as can be evidenced by the ubiquitous presence of the patronym: Lopez/Lopes... [more]
LOBSANG m & f Tibetan
From Tibetan བློ་བཟང (blo bzang) meaning "kind-hearted, noble-minded" or "intelligent", derived from བློ (blo) meaning "mind, intellect" and བཟང (bzang) "good, right".
LOC m Vietnamese
Means "bud" in Vietnamese.
LOCAIE f French (Archaic), History
Archaic French form of Leocadia (compare Norman Lliocadie). Spanish child saint Leocadia, the subject of an ancient and popular cultus in Toledo, was known in French as Léocadie or Locaie.
LOCARDIA f African (Rare), English (Rare)
Locardia Ndandarika (1945-) is a Zimbabwean sculptor, the first woman in her country to take up stone carving professionally.
LOCH m English (Rare)
Short form of Lochlainn or taken directly from the Irish, Scottish Gaelic and Scots word loch meaning ''lake''.... [more]
LOCHIE m English
Diminutive of Lachlan.
Derived from Uzbek lochin meaning "falcon" and oy meaning "moon".
LOCHINVAR m Literature
From the name of a Scottish loch, from Scots Gaelic Loch an barr meaning "loch on the hilltop". The place gave its name to several aristocratic titles including Baron of Lochinvar and Laird of Lochinvar, and in this capacity the name was used by Walter Scott for the character of young Lochinvar in his epic poem 'Marmion' (1808).
LOCHLAN m English
Variant of Lochlann.
LOCHLIN m Scottish
Variant of Lachlan.
LOCHLYNN f English (Modern, Rare)
Variant of Lochlyn. According to the SSA, 6 girls were named Lochlynn in 2018.
LOCIKA f Folklore
From the Czech word for the Lactuca plant (lettuce). This is the Czech name for Rapunzel (the fairy tale character). This isn't a personal name in Czech.
LOCKE m English (American, Rare)
Transferred use of the surname Locke.
LOCKETT m English (American)
Transferred use of the surname Lockett.
LOCKLYN f English (Modern, Rare)
Feminine and variant male spelling of Lachlan.
LOCKSLEY m & f English
Variant of Loxley.
LOCKWOOD m English, Literature
Transferred use of the surname Lockwood, used for a character in Wuthering Heights.
LOCKYER m English (Australian)
Occupational surname used as a first name, referring to someone who was a locksmith by trade, or a lock-keeper on a river or canal. Can be given in honour of retired Australian rugby league star Darren Lockyer, or after the Lockyer Valley in Queensland, Australia named after the explorer Edmund Lockyer.
LOCRUS m Greek Mythology
Ancient Greek masculine name which means "Locrian".
LOCRYN m Cornish
Possibly from Lloegyr, the medieval Welsh name for a region of southeastern Britain, which is of unknown meaning. According to Geoffrey of Monmouth, the historical realm (which he Latinized as Loegria) was named after Locrinus, the eldest son of Brutus of Troy and Innogen.
LOCUTIUS m Roman Mythology
God that enabled children to form sentences.
LODA f Polish
Polish diminutive of Leokadia.
LODAY m Bhutanese
Loday in Buddhism means wisdom. It is popularly used in the small kingdom of Bhutan. The famous ones who used this names were Guru Loday Choeksey, the famous Buddhist Tantric Master in the 8th century... [more]
LODDFÁFNIR m Ancient Scandinavian, Norse Mythology
Combination of loddari ("juggler") and Fáfnir. In Norse mythology this is the name of a young man Odin advises.
LODE m Dutch
Short form of Lodewijk.
Combination of hlod ‘famous’ + berht ‘bright’.
LODEN m & f Tibetan
Means "intelligent" in Tibetan.
LODEWIKUS m Afrikaans
Afrikaans (i.e. South African) form of Ludovicus, inspired in its spelling by the Dutch name Lodewijk.
LODIN m Norwegian (Rare)
Norwegian younger form of Loðinn.
LODO m & f Italian
Short form of Lodovico or Lodovica
LODOÏSKA f Theatre, French (Rare), Louisiana Creole
Lodoïska is a French opéra comique (1791) by Luigi Cherubini. It was inspired by an episode from Jean-Baptiste Louvet de Couvrai’s novel Les amours du chevalier de Faublas and is considered one of the first Romantic operas.
LODOLETTA f Italian, Tuscan, Theatre
Probably coined by Pietro Mascagni for the titular character of his "dramma lirico" or lyric opera Lodoletta (1917), which was based on the novel Two Little Wooden Shoes by Marie Louise de la Ramée, (Ouida).... [more]
LODOSIS m Aragonese
Aragonese form of Louis.
LODOVICA f Italian (Rare)
Feminine form of Lodovico.
LODVAR m Norwegian
Norwegian form of Hloðvér.
LODVE m Norwegian
Variant of Lodvar.
LODVER m Norwegian
Variant of Lodvar.
LOE m Dutch, Limburgish
Dutch and Limburgish short form of Ludovicus.
LOEDERTJE f Literature, Popular Culture
Derived from Dutch loedertje, which is a diminutive of loeder, a Dutch term for a mean woman (a shrew or a harridan, if you will).... [more]
LOEF m Dutch
Dutch short form of Ludolf.
LOEIZ m Breton
Breton form of Louis.
LOEIZA f Breton
Breton form of Louise.
LOEL m English
Possibly derived from the surname Loel, which may be a variant form of the surname Lowell (see Lowell). Known bearers of this name include British philanthropist Loel Guinness (b. 1957) and his grandfather, the British politician Thomas "Loel" Guinness (1906-1988).
LOÉLIA f French (Modern)
French variant of Loelia.
LOELIA f English (Rare)
Meaning uncertain, said to be a variant of Laelia (perhaps arising from a misreading of the ligature æ as œ). Alternatively, it may be a feminine form of Loel. A notable bearer was Loelia Duchess of Westminster (1902-1993), whose name Ian Fleming subsequently used for a character in his 'James Bond' novels.
LOESJE f Dutch
Diminutive of Loes, as it contains the Dutch diminutive suffix -je.... [more]
LOESKE f Dutch (Rare)
Diminutive of Loes, as it contains the Dutch diminutive suffix -ke.
LOET m West Frisian, Limburgish
West Frisian form of Lude, and Limburgish short form of Ludovicus.
Variant of Laetitia.
LOFARR m Ancient Scandinavian, Norse Mythology
Derived from lof ("permission; paean of praise") and herr ("army"). This is the name of a dwarf in Norse mythology.
LOFFREDO m Medieval Italian
Apparently either a variant or a corrupted form of Goffredo.
LOFN f Ancient Scandinavian, Norse Mythology, Icelandic
Means "the comforter; the mild". In Norse mythology this is the name of a goddess who receives permission from Odin and Frigg to bring together men and women whose marriage was previously forbidden.
LOFNHEIÐR f Ancient Scandinavian, Norse Mythology
Combination of lof ("permission; praise") and heiðr ("bright, clear; honour"). This is the name of a dwarf in Norse mythology, the daughter of Hreiðmarr and the sister of Reginn, Fáfnir, Otr and Lyngheiðr.
LOFTHÆNA f Icelandic
Icelandic younger form of Lopthæna.
LOGANNE f English (Modern, Rare)
Feminine variant of Logan.
LOGE m Norse Mythology, Astronomy
Variant of Logi. He is a fire giant from Norse mythology, son of Fornjót, sometimes confused with the god Loki. Loge is the name of one of Saturn's moons.
LOGHAN f & m English (Modern, Rare)
Variant of Logan given to 33 girls in 2018.
LOGHANNE f American (Modern, Rare)
Feminine variant of Logan.
Manx form of Lochlainn.
LOGI m Norse Mythology, Icelandic
Means "flame, blaze" in Old Norse. In Norse legend Logi was "a handsome king of a land north of Norway. A descendant of giants, his name became Hálogi - "tall Logi" - the legendary source of the modern Hålogaland region of Norway… His daughters were Eisa and Eimyrja, names both meaning "embers", and his wife's name Glöd probably means "red-hot embers" - all suggestive that Logi is a personification and deity of fire" (K.M. Sheard, 2011).
Sami form of Lotta.
LOHERANGRIN m Arthurian Romance, Medieval German
Loherangrin is the son of Parzival in the novel 'Parzival' by Wolfram von Eschenbach.
Sami form of Lotta.
LÓI m Icelandic
Masculine form of Lóa.
LOI m & f Vietnamese, Chinese
Means "useful" in Chinese and Vietnamese.
LOÏCK m Breton, French
Gallicized spelling of a Breton variant of Loïc.
LOIDANI m Alsatian (Archaic)
Vernacular form of Ludan via the Latinization Ludanus.
LOIDE f Southern African, Portuguese (Brazilian)
Portuguese form of the Biblical name Lois (1).
LOIE f French, Popular Culture
In the case of the dancer Loie Fuller (1862-1928), this was a pun on the name Louie (a diminutive of Louise) and Old French l'oïe meaning "receptiveness" or "understanding", precursor of Modern French l'ouïe "sense of hearing".
LOÏS f French
French form of Lois (1).
LOÍSA f Gascon
Gascon form of Louise.
LOÏSA f Occitan
Occitan form of Louise.
LOISA f Galician
Galician form of Louisa.
LOISE f East Frisian (Rare, Archaic)
East Frisian name of debated origin and meaning.... [more]
LOIT m Estonian
Etymology uncertain, although it may be derived from the Estonian verb, lummama/loitsima meaning “to cast a spell.”
LOITA f Yiddish
Found in documents from the early 1800s regarding contemporary Yiddish-speakers in Poland.
LOJSKA f Slovene
Variant feminine form of Aloysius.
Means "lapis-lazuli" or "azure" in Uzbek.
LOJZA m Czech
Diminutive of Alois.
LOJZEK m Silesian
Diminutive of Alojz.
LOJZIK m Silesian
Diminutive of Alojz.
Diminutive of Aloisie.
LOKAPA m Hawaiian
Hawaiian form of Robert.
LOKBRÁ f Icelandic (Modern)
Icelandic combination of lok "end" and brá "eyelash".
LÔĸE m Greenlandic
Diminutive of Lûtivik.
LOKELANI f Hawaiian
From Hawaiian loke "rose" (which derives from English rose) and lani "heaven, sky". It was popular in Hawaii during the first half of the 20th century.
LOKESH m Indian
People's God
LOKI f German (Modern, Rare)
Derived as a pet name from Hannelore.... [more]
LOKKE m & f Frisian, Flemish
Diminutive of Louise.
LOKMAN m Arabic, Turkish, Malay, Bengali
Arabic variant transcription and Turkish, Malay, and Bengali form of Luqman.
LO-KOUT m Yakama, Native American
Brother of Yakima chieftain, Qualchan.
LOKYS m Lithuanian (Rare)
Derived from the Lithuanian noun lokys meaning "bear". However, it should be noted that Lokys is also the name of a river in Lithuania, which is located in the county of Kaunas. As such, it is possible that in some cases, bearers of the given name Lokys were named after the river, rather than after the animal... [more]
LOL m English (Rare)
Diminutive of Laurence.
LOLA f Uzbek
Means "tulip" in Uzbek, ultimately from Persian لاله (lâle).
Means "tulip" in Uzbek.
Means "scarlet" in Uzbek.
Derived from Uzbek lola meaning "tulip", "red, scarlet" or "nectarine" and qiz meaning "girl".
LOLAROSE f English (British)
Combination of Lola and Rose.
LOLARO'Y f Uzbek
Derived from lola meaning "tulip", "red, scarlet" or "nectarine" and ro'y meaning "face".
Derived from lola meaning "tulip", "red, scarlet" or "nectarine" and zor meaning "entreaty, strong need, desire".
LOLEK m Czech, Polish
Diminutive of Alois.
LOLENA f English (American)
Likely an invented name, a combination of LOLA and LENA
LOLES f Spanish
Diminutive of Delores.
LOLIA f Ijaw
Means "star" in Ijaw.
LOLL f English
Diminutive of Lauren or Lola.
LOLLA f English
Variant of Lola or Lollie.
LOLLI f Romani
From Romani lollo "red", which is derived from Hindi lāla "red".
LOLLIA f Ancient Roman
Feminine form of Lollius. Famous bearer Lollia Paulina (d. 49 CE) was briefly the wife of the Roman emperor Caligula. She was charged with sorcery in 49 CE and exiled without trial. Once in exile, she was forced to commit suicide.
LOLLIE f English
Diminutive of Charlotte.
LOLLIUS m Ancient Roman
Roman family name of unknown meaning, possibly of Sabine origin. Alternatively it could be derived from Latin lolium "darnel", darnel being a type of grass.
LOLLO f & m Swedish
Diminutive of Louise and Charlotte. The name is occasionally, albeit very rarely, used by males.
LOLLY f English (Rare)
Previously a diminutive of Laura, though this appears to be obsolete, and in modern times it has been used as a diminutive of Dolores.
LOLO f English
Diminutive of LAURA, LAUREN, LORRAINE, or other names with that sound
LOLO m Spanish
Diminutive of Manuel.
LOLO m Filipino
Means "grandfather" in Filipino.
LOLÓ f Portuguese
Diminutive of Lorena.
LOLOLI f Western African, Ewe
Means "there is always love" in Ewe.
LOLTH f Popular Culture
Lolth, from R.A.Salvatore's, is the dark elf goddess of spiders and their ruler. She is often described as a beautiful female drow, or as a giant spider with a drow head.
LOLY f Spanish
Variant of Lolly.