Medieval Catalan Submitted Names

These names were used by medieval Catalan peoples.
Submitted names are contributed by users of this website. The accuracy of these name definitions cannot be guaranteed.
Adaleiz f Old High German, Medieval Catalan
Old High German short form of Adalheidis (compare Adelais).
Adaleta f Medieval Italian, Medieval Catalan
Adaleta di Siena was the wife of Farinata degli Uberti (leader of the Ghibelline faction in Florence). ... [more]
Àïxa f Catalan, Medieval Catalan
Catalan variant of the arabic name Aisha, which means "alive" or "she who lives".
Anglesa f Medieval Basque, Medieval Catalan
Medieval Basque name of uncertain origin and meaning that was first recorded in Pamplona in 1227 as well as in 12th-century Catalonia.... [more]
Arnal m Medieval Catalan
Medieval variant of Arnau.
Artal m Medieval Catalan, Catalan (Rare), Aragonese
Catalan and Aragonese cognate of Artald.
Aularia f Medieval Catalan
Medieval Catalan cognate of Aulaire, recorded in 15th-century Valencia.
Aurembiaix f Catalan, Medieval Catalan
Name of a countess of Urgell in the 12th/13th century, probably related to Latin aurum meaning "gold". Modern usage of this name in Catalonia and Andorra stretches back to at least the 1970's.
Bàrbara f Medieval Catalan, Catalan, Sardinian, Sicilian
Catalan, Sardinian and Sicilian form of Barbara.
Berich m Medieval Catalan
Derived from Old High German, Old Saxon bero meaning "bear" combined with Old High German rih "ruler".
Bonajuncta f Medieval Catalan, Medieval Jewish
From Latin Bonaiuncta, in which the first element derives from Latin bonus meaning "good" and the second element means "arrival" (ultimately deriving from the Latin verb iungere)... [more]
Castellana f Medieval Italian, Medieval Spanish, Medieval Catalan
Directly taken from Latin castellana "a (female) castellan; a damsel" as well as "of or pertaining to a castle".
Claramunda f Medieval Catalan
Variant of Esclaramunda, influenced by Clara.
Clemença f Medieval Catalan, Medieval Occitan, Provençal
Medieval Catalan, Medieval Occitan and Provençal form of Clementia.
Damiata f Medieval Catalan
Recorded in 15th century Valencia.
Dionisa f Medieval Catalan, Albanian
Medieval Catalan feminine form of Dionís and Albanian feminine form of Dionis.
Elisenda f Catalan, Medieval Catalan
Catalan form of the Visigothic name Alasind composed of the Germanic elements alah "temple" and sinþs "path". ... [more]
Ermessen f Medieval Catalan
Likely a cognate of Ermesenda.
Esclaramunda f Medieval Catalan
Variant of Esclarmonde influenced by Clara and possibly Catalan esclarir "to clarify, to elucidate".
Gila f Medieval Catalan
Feminine form of Gilo.
Gilo m Medieval French, Medieval Italian, Medieval Spanish, Medieval Catalan
Short form of various names beginning with Proto-Germanic *gailaz "merry, excited; beautiful; lush, lustful".
Guialma f Medieval Catalan
Catalan cognate of Willelma.
Guilelma f Medieval Catalan
Feminine form of Guilelm.
Jaumeta f Medieval Catalan, Lengadocian, Gascon
Medieval Catalan feminine form of Jaumet and Languedocian and Gascon feminine form of Jaume.
Jerònima f Medieval Catalan
Catalan feminine form of Jerome.
Mancia f Medieval Catalan
A Roman cognomen deriving from Latin mancia "crippled, maimed, powerless".
Mandina f Medieval Catalan
The meaning of this name is obscured, hypotheses include a derivation from Germanic *mendan "to rejoice" or a derivation from Amanda.
Monserrada f Medieval Catalan, Sardinian (Archaic)
Medieval Catalan and late medieval Sardinian form of Monserrat.
Noffre m Medieval Catalan
Truncated form of Onoffre.
Nofra f Medieval Catalan, Medieval Italian
Likely intended as a feminine form of Catalan Noffre and Italian Nofri.
Odulina f Medieval Spanish, Medieval Catalan
Medieval Spanish and medieval Catalan form of Odilia.
Ofrecina f Medieval Catalan, Filipino (Archaic)
Probably a Medieval Catalan form of Euphrosina.
Òria f Medieval Catalan, Catalan
Variant of Àurea. It was revived in Catalonia in the 20th century.
Patronilla f Medieval Catalan
Medieval Catalan form of Petronilla.
Perona f Medieval Catalan
Medieval Catalan feminine diminutive of Pere.
Steve m Medieval Catalan
Medieval Catalan form of Stephen.
Sunyer m Carolingian Cycle, Medieval Catalan
Allegedly derived from Proto-Germanic *sunjō, meaning "truth, protest". It was borne by two counts of Empúries, modern-day Empordà, in Catalonia.
Urgellesa f Medieval Catalan
Derived from Catalan urgellesa "woman from Urgell".
Viana f Medieval Catalan, American (South, Archaic)
Of unknown origin and meaning.
Ysabet f Medieval Catalan
Variant of Isabet, recorded in 15th-century Valencia.