Medieval Latin Submitted Names

Medieval Latin names were used in the Middle Ages by users of Latin, which at this point was mainly a scholarly and liturgical language.
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Submitted names are contributed by users of this website. The accuracy of these name definitions cannot be guaranteed.
Abbatissa f Medieval Latin (Rare), Medieval English (Rare)
Directly taken from Latin abbatissa, "abbess". While this was more usually found as a title, there are a handful of English occurrences of it used as a given name.
Abbo m Medieval German, Medieval Latin
Derived from Proto-Germanic *abô, "husband, man" or a diminutive of names beginning with Old High German alb "elf", such as Alberich. This is the name of a 10th century French saint.
Crispina f Ancient Roman, Italian, Spanish, Portuguese, Sicilian, Medieval Latin
Feminine form of Crispinus. A notable bearer was the 2nd-century Roman empress Bruttia Crispina, the wife of Emperor Commodus. This name was also borne by a 4th-century Christian martyr from North Africa.
Percipia f Medieval French, Medieval Latin
Derived from Latin percipere "to obtain, to gain; to perceive, to learn, to feel".
Rosea f Medieval Latin
Variation of the name 'Rosa' meaning, Rose.
Unica f Medieval Latin, Medieval English
Directly taken from Latin unica "unique, sole, singular".
Unus m Medieval Latin, Medieval German (Latinized)
Directly taken from Latin unus "one".
Ursulina f English (Rare), German (Swiss, Rare), Spanish (Latin American, Rare), Portuguese (Brazilian, Rare), History (Ecclesiastical), Medieval Latin
Diminutive or extended form of Ursula, as -ina is an Italian feminine diminutive suffix (from Latin -īna meaning "belonging to"). This essentially makes the name a double diminutive of Ursa... [more]