BoyemWest Frisian, East Frisian, North Frisian There are many etymologies possible for this Frisian name. One is that it is a pet form of Germanic given names that contained the element bodo meaning "lord, ruler" or baug meaning "bow"... [more]
JeldrikmEast Frisian, North Frisian Derived from Old Frisian jeld "money; sacrifice", ultimately from Proto-Germanic *geldą "reward, gift, money", and from Old Frisian rīke "rich; powerful", ultimately from Proto-Germanic *rīkijaz "mighty".
LeevkenfNorth Frisian The name comes from the Frisian, derived from "leavje", the Frisian word for like to love or like. Modified and with the suffix "-ke", which expresses a trivialization, it becomes "Levke".
SyltafNorth Frisian, German (Modern, Rare) Derived from the name of the North Frisian island of Sylt whose name is a corruption of the Old Frisian name Silendi "sea-land" and thus ultimately derived from Proto-West Germanic *saiwi and *land... [more]
TelsefNorth Frisian, Low German Originally a Low German diminutive of Elisabeth, which may have arisen from the contraction of either Sünt Else meaning "Saint Else", perhaps applied affectionately or ironically to an individual named Else (or else referring to the biblical character; see Elizabeth) or dat Else, an affectionate phrase meaning "the Else".