are used in southern France and parts of Spain and Italy by speakers of Occitan
Submitted names are contributed by users of this website. The accuracy of these name definitions cannot be guaranteed.
AIQUEM m Occitan
From Germanic aigan
"to possess" and helm
ALAMAN m Ancient Germanic, Gascon (Archaic)
The first element of this name is derived from Gothic alls
"all" or from Gothic alhs
in Old High German) "temple." The second element is derived from man
ALVÈRA f Occitan
Occitan cognate of ELVIRA
. Sainte Alvère (Senta Alvèra
in Occitan) was a martyr from the Dordogne region in France.
AMADEU m Catalan, Occitan, Aragonese, Sicilian, Corsican, Galician, Portuguese (Brazilian)
Catalan, Occitan, Aragonese, Sicilian, Corsican, and Portuguese form of AMADEUS
and Galician variant of AMADEO
AMIC m Gascon
Gascon form of AMICUS
as well as a direct adoption of Gascon amic
AVIT m Croatian, French, Macedonian, Russian, Serbian, Ukrainian, Occitan
Croatian, French, Macedonian, Russian, Serbian, Ukrainian and Occitan form of AVITUS
BELINA f Gascon, Italian
Gascon diminutive of ISABÈL
. Belina (known as BÉLINE
in French, died 1153) was a Roman Catholic virgin martyr who was canonized by Pope Innocent III in 1203... [more
CALENDAU m Provençal
Provençal masculine name taken from the Latin word kalends
, used of the first day of a month and, in Provence, for Christmas Day. Calendau is the name of hero of Mistral’s poem 'Calendau' (1867).
CENDRON m Occitan (Archaic)
Possibly a diminutive of ALEXANDRE
. Alternatively, it could be derived from the French word cendre
"ash", referencing to the Ash Wednesday.