Judeo-Anglo-Norman Submitted Names

Judeo-Anglo-Norman names were used by Norman Jews who came to England following the Norman Conquest, until they were officially expelled in 1290.
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Submitted names are contributed by users of this website. The accuracy of these name definitions cannot be guaranteed.
Ade f Judeo-Anglo-Norman
Judeo-Anglo-Norman form of Adah.
Alemande f Judeo-French, Judeo-Anglo-Norman
Derived from Old French alemande, the feminine form of the adjective alemant "German". This name might originally have been given to someone of German ancestry or to someone whose ancestors came from the town of Allemagne in Normandy (present-day Fleury-sur-Orne).
Alfild f Judeo-Anglo-Norman
Judeo-Anglo-Norman form of Alfhild.
Almonda f Judeo-Anglo-Norman, Medieval Jewish
Of debated origin and meaning. Theories include a variant of Alemande, a contraction of Alemandina and a derivation from Middle English almond, almaund and Old French almande "almond" (seeing as almonds were considered "things of value", naming a daughter after them would fit the naming conventions of the time)... [more]
Amie f Judeo-French, Judeo-Anglo-Norman
Derived from Old French amie "(female) friend; (female) lover", ultimately form Latin amica.
Anchera f Judeo-Anglo-Norman
Judeo-Anglo-Norman name derived from Old High German ans "god".
Bacceva f Judeo-French, Judeo-Anglo-Norman
Judeo-French and Judeo-Anglo-Norman form of Batsheva.
Basseva f Judeo-Spanish, Judeo-French, Judeo-Anglo-Norman
Judeo-Spanish, Judeo-French and Judeo-Anglo-Norman form of Batsheva.
Belaset f Judeo-Anglo-Norman
Derived from Old French bele, the feminine form of the adjective biau, bel "graceful, elegant, courteous; noble; handsome; beautiful" and Old French assez "enough; sufficiently" (which in the context of this name would have been understood as "very").
Bele f Judeo-Anglo-Norman
Derived from Old French bele, the feminine form of the adjective biau, bel "graceful, elegant, courteous; noble; handsome; beautiful".
Belina f Judeo-Anglo-Norman
Diminutive of Bele and Bela.
Blaka f Judeo-Anglo-Norman
Judeo-Anglo-Norman cognate of Blake.
Bona f Judeo-Spanish, Judeo-Anglo-Norman
Derived from Latin bona "good or brave woman".
Bonamie f Judeo-Anglo-Norman
Derived from Old French bone, the feminine form of the adjective bon, "good" and Old French amie "(female) friend; (female) lover", ultimately form Latin amica.
Bonne f Medieval French, Judeo-French, Judeo-Anglo-Norman
Medieval French, Judeo-French and Judeo-Anglo-Norman form of Bona. It was borne by Bonne of Luxembourg (1315-1349), the wife of John II of France.
Brunetta f Judeo-French, Judeo-Anglo-Norman
Derived from Middle French brune, the feminine form of the adjective brun, "brown (the color)" (ultimately from Old French brun “polished, shiny, brown”), and denoting woman with brown hair.
Chera f Judeo-Provençal, Judeo-Spanish, Judeo-Anglo-Norman
Derived from Old French chere, the feminine form of the adjective cher, chier "dear, dearest; expensive; costly; important, noteworthy" as well as a short form of Anchera.
Chitonette f Judeo-Anglo-Norman
Derived from Middle English chitte "a young animal, cub, whelp" and chit "a child or babe; a young, small, or insignificant person or animal" as well as "a pert or sassy young person, especially a young woman".
Clarita f Spanish, Judeo-Anglo-Norman
Spanish and Judeo-Anglo-Norman diminutive of Clara.
Cresse m Judeo-Anglo-Norman
Derived from Anglo-Norman crestre, ultimately from Old French croistre "to increase; to augment".
Drua f Judeo-Anglo-Norman
Derived from Gaulish druto "strong, vigorous".
Elema f Judeo-Anglo-Norman
Judeo-Anglo-Norman variant of Elena.
Englesia f Judeo-French, Judeo-Anglo-Norman
Judeo-French and Judeo-Anglo-Norman form of Engelais.
Flavetta f Judeo-Anglo-Norman
Judeo-Anglo-Norman diminutive of Flavia.
Fleur de Liz f Judeo-Anglo-Norman
Judeo-Anglo-Norman form of Fleurdelys.
Floire f Judeo-Anglo-Norman
Judeo-Anglo-Norman variant of Fleur and Floria.
Flur f Judeo-Anglo-Norman
Judeo-Anglo-Norman variant of Fleur.
Formosa f Judeo-Anglo-Norman
Derived from Latin formosa, the feminine form of the adjective formosus, "beautiful, handsome; aesthetic, well-formed".
Gannota f Judeo-Anglo-Norman
Derived from Old English ganot "gannet".
Geina f Judeo-Anglo-Norman
Of debated origin and meaning.
Genta f Judeo-Anglo-Norman
Short form of Gentil, Gentille, Gentilia and similar names as well as a feminine form of Gento... [more]
Gente f Judeo-Anglo-Norman
Cognate of Yente as well as a short form of Gentille.
Gentille f Judeo-French, Judeo-Anglo-Norman
Judeo-French and Judeo-Anglo-Norman form of both Gentile and Yente.
Gertelote f Judeo-Anglo-Norman
Judeo-Anglo-Norman diminutive of Gertrude.
Ister f Judeo-Anglo-Norman
Judeo-Anglo-Norman variant of Ester.
Judea f English, Judeo-Catalan, Judeo-Anglo-Norman, Judeo-French
Derived from Yehudah. This is a biblical place name, as well as the modern-day name for the mountanous area in the southern part of the land of Israel.
Licoricia f Medieval Jewish, Judeo-Anglo-Norman
This name was recorded in the Jewish community in medieval England. It was famously borne by Licoricia of Winchester who was one of the most prominent female bankers and one of the most notable English Jewish women of her time.... [more]
Margeria f Judeo-Anglo-Norman (Latinized)
Judeo-Anglo-Norman form of Margery.
Maydin f Judeo-Anglo-Norman
Derived from Middle English mayde, itself an apocope of maydene, "maiden, young woman".
Mildegod f Medieval English, Judeo-Anglo-Norman
Derived from Middle English milde "gentle" and god "god".
Milla f Judeo-Anglo-Norman
Feminine form of Mille.
Mille m Judeo-Anglo-Norman
Judeo-Anglo-Norman form of Miles.
Mirabel f English (Rare), Dutch (Rare), Belgian (Rare), French (Quebec, Rare), Judeo-Anglo-Norman
Derived from Old French mirable "wonderful; admirable", ultimately from Latin mirabilis "wonderful, marvellous, astonishing, extraordinary, remarkable, amazing".
Mirian f Judeo-Spanish, Judeo-Anglo-Norman
Judeo-Spanish and Judeo-Anglo-Norman variant of Miriam.
Murien f Judeo-Anglo-Norman
Of uncertain origin and meaning. Theories include a variant of Mirian and a variant of Muriel.
Yekara f Judeo-Anglo-Norman
Derived from Hebrew יְקָרָה (yekara), the feminine form of the adjective יָקָר (yekar), "dear, expensive". This name was considered a variant of Chera.