English (Canadian) Submitted Names

These names are a subset of English names used more often in Canada. See also about English names.
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AUNIX m & f English (Canadian)
Variant of Onyx
BERSFORD f & m English (Canadian)
Named after the city or transferred use of surname 'Bersford'
BOUSE m English (Canadian, Rare)
Diminutive of Bower. A notable bearer is John Bower "Bouse" Hutton (1877-1962), a Canadian ice hockey goaltender and Hockey Hall of Fame member.
CALEDONIA f English (Canadian, Rare)
From the Latin name of Scotland, which may be derived from Caledones, the Latin name of a tribe that inhabited the region during the Roman era, which is of unknown origin, though some Celtic roots have been suggested; it is possible that the exonym means "tough person" from Brythonic caled "hard, tough" and a suffix (unknown to me) meaning either "great" or "person"... [more]
CHELAN f English (Canadian), American
From the name of a lake and city in the American state of Washington, which is derived from the Salish Indian word Tsi-Laan meaning "deep water".
CHERRYLLE f English (Canadian)
Variant of Cheryl incorporating Cherry.
CHRYSTIA f English (Canadian)
Contracted variant of Christina.... [more]
DARYN m & f English (Canadian)
Variant of the name Darren.
DONNELLY m English (American), English (Canadian)
Transferred use from the surname Donnelly.
EVLLY f English (Canadian)
Possible contractive variation of Evalee.
FILMER m English (Rare), English (Canadian, Rare), American (Rare)
Variant of Fillmore. A notable namesake is Canadian musician Filmer Edwin Hubble (1904-1969).
JENNESSA f English (Canadian, French, Modern)
Its kinda like Jenessa or Jennesa but double trouble
KELTIE f English (Canadian)
From the Scottish surname Keltie, which was a variant of Kelty. It coincides with a vernacular term for the kittiwake (a type of small seagull) used around Aberdeen in Scotland. This name has been in use since the 19th century.
KELTY f English (American, Rare), English (Canadian)
Derived from the Scottish surname which itself was derived from a village of this name in Fife. ... [more]
KOAH m & f English (American, Rare), English (Canadian, Rare)
Meaning and origin uncertain. It might possibly be derived from Hebrew כוח (koah) meaning "strength, power" or from Hebrew כֹּחַ (koach) meaning "ability".
LAURIEANN f English (American), English (Canadian)
This given name can be a variant spelling of Laurianne as well as be a combination of the names Laurie and Ann.... [more]
LAWNA f English (Canadian, Rare)
Of unknown origin and meaning. It might be a variant of Lorna or Lana.
LYON m English (Canadian, Rare)
Allegedly derived from the city in France of the same name.
MAELYNE f English (Canadian, Modern, Rare)
Either an adoption of the modern French name Maëlyne or a variant of Maelyn.
OBÉLINE f French (Rare), French (Quebec, Rare), English (Canadian, Rare, Archaic)
Means "spit, nail, rod, pointed pillar, horizontal line". From the Greek obelos (ὀβελός) with the French diminutive ending of -ine, -ie, or -ia.
OJASIN m English (Canadian)
"strong" ; "Energetic "
POEMA f English (Canadian)
Elaboration or feminization of Poem.
SACVAN m American (Rare), English (Canadian, Rare)
Created from the first syllables of the surnames Sacco and Vanzetti.... [more]
SEVERN f English, English (Canadian)
English form of Habren, the original Welsh name of the longest river in Great Britain, which is of unknown meaning (perhaps "boundary"). Its use as a given name may be inspired by the name Sabrina, which was the Roman name of the river... [more]
SILK f English (Canadian)
Simply form the English word silk
STAASIA f English (Canadian)
Variant spelling of Stacia, which is the English equivalent of the Greek and Russian name Stasia.
WINOLA f English (American, Rare), English (Canadian, Rare)
Probably after Lake Winola in Pennsylvania.