Boy Names

Name Origin meaning Popularname
AALIArabic sublime. -----
ABAYAAramaic little father or my father.-----
ABAYEAramaic little father or my father.-----
ABAYIAramaic little father or my father.-----
ABBAAramaic father. -----
ABBASArabic father. -----
ABDArabic servant slave.-----
ABDALArabic servant of the. -----
ABDALLAHArabic servant of God. -----
ABD ALLAHArabic servant of God. -----
ABDALLATIFArabic servant of the genteel one. -----
ABDALMALEKArabic servant of the king or master. -----
ABD AL MALIKArabic servant of the king. -----
ABD AL MUMINArabic servant of the believer. -----
ABDALRAHMANArabic servant of the compassionate one. -----
ABD AL WAHHABArabic servant of the giver. -----
ABDELArabic servant of the. -----
ABD EL KADERArabic servant of the powerful. -----
ABD EL KADIRArabic servant of the powerful. -----
ABD EL MALEKArabic servant of the king. -----
ABD EL MOOTTALIBArabic servant of Moottalib or servant of the demander.-----
ABD EL MOTTALIBArabic servant of Mottalib or servant of the demander.-----
ABD EL QADIRArabic servant of the powerful. -----
ABDERRAHMANArabic servant of the compassionate. -----
ABD ER RAHMANArabic servant of the compassionate. -----
ABDIMAAramaic one unfortunate wretched.-----
ABDOL MOTALLEBArabic servant of Motalleb or servant of the demander.-----
ABDSHEMSArabic servant of Shemesh or servant of the sun.-----
ABDSHEMSASLAMArabic a suitable servant of Shemesh. -----
ABDULAZIZArabic servant of the esteemed one. -----
ABDULLAHArabic servant of God. -----
ABD UL LATEEFArabic servant of the genteel. -----
ABDUL LATIFArabic servant of the genteel. -----
ABD UL LATIFArabic servant of the genteel. -----
ABDUL MALIKArabic servant of the king. -----
ABDUL MUMENArabic servant of the believer. -----
ABDUL MUTTALIBArabic servant of Motalleb or servant of the demander.-----
ABDURRHAMANArabic servant of the compassionate. -----
ABEBEAfrican one who wards off. -----
ABELAfrican breath vapor transitoriness.-----
ABIDArabic an adorer or servant of.-----
ABIDEMIAfrican I am Father reborn . -----
ABIMBOLAAfrican born to be rich. -----
ABIOYEAfrican born during coronation. -----
ABIRADArmenian miserable. -----
ABIYATEHArabic the son of Tehar. -----
ABLAArabic producer of expansion. -----
ABLAHArabic producer of expansion. -----
ABRAFOAfrican executioner. -----
ABUBAKARArabic father of the camel. -----
ABYANArabic clear evident obvious.-----
ACCAAnglo Saxon oak strong. -----
ACCALONArthurian knight of the Round Table. -----
ACCALUAssyrian the devourer. -----
ACCOLONArthurian knight of the Round Table. -----
ACHINAAramaic brother. -----
ACRAGANESAssyrian the god Assur has begotten a son. -----
ACUAkkadian the seated father moon god. -----
ADArabic in Arabian history the grandson of Ham.-----
ADADAssyrian a storm god the chief god of the Hittites. -----
ADAPAAssyrian a fisherman a son of Ea. -----
ADARAssyrian fire. -----
ADAR MALIKAssyrian Adar is prince or Adar is fire king.-----
ADAR PILESERAssyrian Adar the son of the sanctuary or Adar protects his son.-----
ADASIAssyrian isle. -----
ADDANCArthurian crocodile. -----
ADEGOKEAfrican crown ascending. -----
ADELArabic equitable just.-----
ADEOLAAfrican crown of high estate. -----
ADETOKUNBOAfrican he will wear the crown of the sea. -----
ADEYEMIAfrican a crown suits me. -----
ADHAMArabic a horse of a black colour inclining to a dusky green.-----
ADIACRASArabic king of the Libyans. -----
ADILArabic equitable just.-----
ADINIAkkadian devoted to Ni Neith. -----
ADINIAssyrian delicate soft.-----
ADISAAfrican I am grave or I speak gravely. -----
ADIURAkkadian devoted to Ur. -----
ADNANArabic engrafted. -----
ADONGOAfrican second born of twins. -----
ADONIBAHALAssyrian My Lord Baal. -----
ADRAHASISAkkadian shut up in a box or ark or Sage great intelligence -----
ADELBALDAnglo Saxon nobly bold. -----
AEGLAECAAnglo Saxon champion monster. -----
AELFGARAnglo Saxon elf spear. -----
AELFHEREAnglo Saxon elf warrior. -----
AELFREDAnglo Saxon elf counsel. -----
AELFRICAnglo Saxon elf ruler. -----
AELFWALDAnglo Saxon elf power. -----
AELFWEALDAnglo Saxon elf power. -----
AELFWEARDAnglo Saxon elf keeper. -----
AELFWINEAnglo Saxon elf friend. -----
AELLAAnglo Saxon battle or elf friend.-----
AELLEAnglo Saxon battle or elf friend.-----
AETHELHARDAnglo Saxon nobly stern. -----
AETHELHEARDAnglo Saxon nobly stern. -----
AETHELMAERAnglo Saxon noble greatness. -----
AETHELMARAnglo Saxon noble greatness. -----
AETHELREDAnglo Saxon noble counsel. -----
AETHELRICAnglo Saxon noble ruler. -----
AETHELSTANAnglo Saxon noble stone. -----
AETHELWEARDAnglo Saxon noble keeper. -----
AETHELWINEAnglo Saxon noble friend. -----
AETHELWULFAnglo Saxon noble wolf. -----
AETHELWULFINGAnglo Saxon son of Aethelwulf. -----
AFALLACHArthurian orchard. -----
AFALLECHArthurian orchard. -----
AFEEFArabic chaste. -----
AFIFArabic chaste. -----
AFOLABIAfrican high born. -----
AFZALArabic chief most excellent principal.-----
AGATANGEGHOSArmenian bringer of good news. -----
AGIMAlbanian aurora. -----
AGLAECAAnglo Saxon champion monster. -----
AGLOUALEArthurian knight of the Round Table. -----
AGLOVALEArthurian knight of the Round Table. -----
AGONAlbanian dawn. -----
AGRAVAINArthurian The Desirous or Haughty. -----
AGRAWAINArthurian The Desirous or Haughty. -----
AGRONAssyrian eradication a rooting out. -----
AGUAkkadian the seated father moon god. -----
AHMADArabic commendable. -----
AHMEDArabic commendable. -----
AHSERAAssyrian king of Minni. -----
AIMUArabic Aym mighty. -----
AIRAMMUAssyrian noble. -----
AKBARArabic the greatest. -----
AKBARUArabic the greatest. -----
AKEEMArabic wise. -----
AKHABBUAssyrian descended from a fathers brother. -----
AKH ES SAMAINAramaic Brother of the Heavens. -----
AKHIRAMUAssyrian an Assyrian officer in the court of Esarhaddon. -----
AKMALArabic most complete. -----
AKUAkkadian the seated father moon god. -----
AKUAAfrican born on Wednesday. -----
AUBUAssyrian reward. -----
AKWASIAfrican born on Sunday. -----
ALArabic the. -----
ALA AL DINArabic glory of the faith. -----
ALAAArabic God par excellence. -----
ALABAAfrican one person an individual. -----
ALADDINArabic glory of the faith. -----
ALAINArthurian fair handsome and bright clear lucid a Fisher King.-----
ALALAAssyrian consort of Belili. -----
AL ALEMArabic the one who knows everything. -----
ALAMLUKArabic a king of Saboea. -----
ALAPIAssyrian Winged Human headed bulls. -----
AL AZIZArabic the esteemed one. -----
ALBIONArthurian ancient Britain white. -----
ALDEBARANArabic the follower. -----
ALEKSANDRAlbanian defender of men. -----
ALEMArabic one who knows everything. -----
ALEXANDERArthurian defender of man. -----
ALFWALDAnglo Saxon elf power. -----
ALFWEALDAnglo Saxon elf power. -----
ALIArabic high sublime. -----
ALIMArabic one who knows everything. -----
ALISArthurian defender of man. -----
AL KARIMArabic the bountiful one or the noble one.-----
ALLAHArabic God. -----
ALLAH TAALAArabic the Supreme God. -----
ALLAMUAkkadian Nergal the omniscient. -----
ALLAMUArabic the omniscient. -----
ALMAKAHArabic Venus. -----
ALMARICAnglo Saxon work ruler. -----
ALMOSHTARIArabic the planet Jupiter. -----
ALOHNIMArabic the Gods. -----
ALPHAAfrican ox the first letter of the Greek alphabet. -----
AL QADIRArabic the powerful. -----
AMADIAfrican seemed destined to die at birth. -----
AMAKHARAssyrian a king of the city of Kharmisandai. -----
AMALArabic hope. -----
AMAMASAssyrian a king of Kingustilinzamar. -----
AMARAAfrican agreeable pleasing. -----
AMARAGUAkkadian effulgence of Agu. -----
AMARUDAkkadian the circle of the day. -----
AMBARISAssyrian son of Hulli or Xulli. -----
AMEENArabic faithful. -----
AMEERArabic prince or abundant. -----
AMFORTASArthurian the powerless one. -----
AMIDASSIAssyrian brother of Assur liha. -----
AMIKAAssyrian a chief of the district of Lamua. -----
AMINArabic faithful. -----
AMRArabic AMIR commander or abundant. -----
AMITArabic death. -----
AMMANASArabic a measure a South Arabian divinity. -----
AMMIBAHLAAssyrian a chief prince who was tributary to Assurnazirpal. -----
AMMIHITAHAssyrian a chief of Vas in the land of Armenia. -----
AMMULADIArabic king of Kedar. -----
AMRANArabic of kin to the exalted one. -----
AnakunadasharruasshurAssyrian I the Great King of Assyria. -----
ANAKYNDARAXESAssyrian I the Great King of Assyria. -----
ANANAfrican fourth born child. -----
ANANIAArmenian whom Jehovah protects. -----
ANASTASArmenian of the Resurrection. -----
ANCELOTArthurian servant. -----
ANDONArmenian inestimable. -----
ANDRANIGArmenian firstborn. -----
ANDREAAlbanian man warrior.-----
ANDRETArthurian from Adria or man warrior a nephew of king Mark.-----
ANGUISHArthurian wise son father of Isolde. -----
ANIRArthurian man a son of king Arthur. -----
ANISArabic a friend comrade familiar acquaintance. -----
ANLAFAnglo Saxon forefathers relic. -----
ANNAAnglo Saxon one who shows favor. -----
ANNUNNACIAssyrian Gods of the Earth. -----
ANOUSHAVANArmenian prince of Anu -----
ANSHARAssyrian early ancestor of the gods. -----
ANTORArthurian high noble Arthurs foster father.-----
ANTRANIGArmenian firstborn. -----
ANUAssyrian heaven the sky god of heaven. -----
ANU MALIKAssyrian Anu is prince Anammelech.-----
ANUNNAKIAssyrian the gods of the earth. -----
ANUSHAVANArmenian prince of Anu -----
ANWARArabic lights. -----
ANYIMAfrican from the Niger river. -----
AOAssyrian the Intelligent Guide the Lord of the Visible World the Lord of Knowledge Glory and Life.-----
APIOAfrican the one who comes quickly the first born of twins. -----
APIYOAfrican the one who comes quickly the first born of twins. -----
APOLLOArthurian destroyer an ancient knight and ancestor of Tristan. -----
APSUAssyrian god of the watery deep. -----
APUNDAAfrican one who is beside himself. -----
AQILArabic intelligent quiet well trained. -----
ARAArmenian the sun. -----
ARAKELArmenian stork. -----
ARAMArmenian bib. Aram. -----
ARAMAZDArmenian the much knowing or giving spirit. -----
ARAMUAssyrian a king of Ararat. -----
ARAPMOIAfrican son of Moi the clan. -----
ARAWNArthurian the eloquent. -----
ARBENAlbanian Caucasus Albanian. -----
ARBERAlbanian Italo Albanian. -----
ARCHENANUSAssyrian Sargon II. -----
ARDARAArmenian a king of the country of the Ustassai. -----
ARDARAAssyrian a king of the country of the Ustassai. -----
ARDASARIAssyrian the king of Surdira. -----
ARDIANAlbanian of the tribe Ardiaei. -----
ARDITAlbanian golden day. -----
ARDYSAssyrian son of Gyges. -----
ARGISTISArmenian a king of Ararat. -----
ARIArmenian brave. -----
ARIANAlbanian a Persian. -----
ARJANAAfrican paradise. -----
ARKAMUNAfrican an Ethiopian king Ergamenes. -----
ARKENKHERELAfrican a late Ethiopian king. -----
ARMAZDArmenian the much knowing or giving spirit. -----
ARMENArmenian from Armenia. -----
ARMENDAlbanian gold mind. -----
AROUNDIGHTArthurian sir Launcelots sword. -----
ARSENArmenian strong virile.-----
ARSHAVIRArmenian wise and venerable. -----
ARTASHIRArmenian mighty king. -----
ARTEGALArthurian high valor. -----
ARTHGALArthurian high valor. -----
ARTHGALLOArthurian high valor. -----
ARTHURArthurian high lofty.-----
ARTHWYSArthurian lofty and wise . -----
ARTURArthurian high lofty.-----
ARTUSArthurian bear or high lofty noble.-----
ASAAramaic injuring striking against or a physician.-----
ASADArabic lion. -----
ASBEDArmenian knight. -----
ASDVADZADOURArmenian god given. -----
ASHURAssyrian good god a god of war. -----
ASHUR AKH IDDINAAssyrian Esarhaddon Ashur has given a brother. -----
ASIFArabic strong violent wind stormy blowing.-----
ASIMArabic guardian protector. -----
ASNAPPARAssyrian the god Assur has begotten a son. -----
ASPURTAAfrican a king of Ethiopia. -----
ASROMIAMUNAfrican an obscure Ethiopian king. -----
ASSHURABAMERAssyrian a king of the Assyrians. -----
ASSHURADINNAAssyrian Esarhaddon Ashur has given a brother. -----
ASSHURBALATAssyrian Assur gives life. -----
ASSHUR NADINAssyrian Asshur gives. -----
ASSHUR RISH ISHIAssyrian Assur possesses a Head. -----
ASSURAssyrian the King and Father of the gods. -----
ASSURACHERIBAssyrian Sin has multiplied her brothers. -----
ASSURACUSAssyrian the last king of Assyria. -----
ASSUR AKHI IDDINAssyrian Esarhaddon Ashur has given a brother. -----
ASSUR BANAI UZURAssyrian Assur protect my offspring.-----
ASSURBANIAssyrian Assur my Creator. -----
ASSURBANIPALAssyrian the god Assur has begotten a son. -----
ASSUR BEL KALAAssyrian Assur is Lord of all. -----
ASSUR BEL NISIAssyrian Assur is Lord of Men. -----
ASSUR BEL UKINAssyrian Assur established the Lord. -----
ASSUR BEL UZURAssyrian Assur protects the Lord. -----
ASSUR DAINANNIAssyrian Assur judge Me.-----
ASSUR DAIN PALAssyrian Assur judge the Son.-----
ASSURDANAssyrian Assur is Judge. -----
ASSUR DANAssyrian Assur is Judge. -----
ASSUR DANIN SARRIAssyrian Assur the Strengthener of the King. -----
ASSURDAYANAssyrian Assur is Judge. -----
ASSUR EBIL ILIAssyrian Assur is Lord of the Gods. -----
ASSUREDILILANIAssyrian Assur is Arbiter of the Gods. -----
ASSUR IZKA DAINAssyrian Assur judges Crimes. -----
ASSUR LIHAAssyrian King of Karalla. -----
ASSUR LIHHISAssyrian Assur Nirari. -----
ASSURLIKKISHAssyrianA king of Assyria -----
ASSUR MAKHIR NISIAssyrian Assur the Presenter of Men. -----
ASSUR MULIKAssyrian Assur who causes to march. -----
ASSUR NADIN AKHEAssyrian Assur gives Brothers. -----
ASSUR NADIN SUMIAssyrian Asshur gives. -----
ASSUR NAZIR PALAssyrian Assur protects his Son. -----
ASSUR NIRARIAssyrian Assur my Helper. -----
ASSUR RABU AMARAssyrian a successor of Samas Rimmon II. -----
ASSUR RIS ILIMAssyrian Assur Head of the Gods.-----
ASSUR SALIMANNIAssyrian Assur gives me Peace. -----
ASSUR SEMUANIAssyrian Assur hear me .-----
ASSUR TAGGILAssyrian Assur gives Confidence. -----
ASSURUBALIDAssyrian Assur gives life. -----
ASSUR UBALIDAssyrian Assur gives life. -----
ASSUR ZIKUR ESIRAssyrian Assur directs his Man. -----
ASTADOORArmenian god given. -----
ATAKHERAMENAfrican an obscure Ethiopian king. -----
ATALLAHArabic a look out place. -----
ATAMArmenian Adam red. -----
ATAREDArabic Mercury. -----
ATIYAArabic gift giving.-----
ATSUAfrican first born of twin brothers. -----
AUGUSELArthurian the rich. -----
AUGUSELUSArthurian the rich. -----
AVAKArmenian great. -----
AVALLACHArthurian orchard. -----
AVALLOCArthurian orchard. -----
AVANCArthurian crocodile. -----
AVARAIRArmenian from Avarair. -----
AVDIMAAramaic one unfortunate wretched.-----
AVDIMIAramaic one unfortunate wretched.-----
AVEDISArmenian gospel. -----
AVIRAAramaic air spirit atmosphere.-----
AWARNACHArthurian a giant alder river. -----
AWOTWIAfrican born eighth. -----
AYLMERAnglo Saxon noble greatness. -----
AYMANArabic righteous. -----
AYOAfrican joy or valued.-----
AYODELEAfrican joy of the house. -----
AYOKUNLEAfrican joy fills our home. -----
AYOTUNDEAfrican joy has returned. -----
AZAAssyrian son of Iranzi king of Minni.-----
AZADArabic free. -----
AZADArmenian free. -----
AZAZILArabic removed separated.-----
AZHARArabic bright clear splendid.-----
AZIALAssyrian an Assyrian chief. -----
AZIZArabic esteemed estimable.-----
AZRAELArabic help of God. -----
AZRIYAHUAssyrian Azariah. -----
AZUBUIKEAfrican he has much strength. -----
BAAKOAfrican first born. -----
BAASAfrican master. -----
BABArabic gate gateway or court.-----
BABArmenian grandfather. -----
BABAAfrican father. -----
BABAArabic father. -----
BABAJIDEAfrican father has come back. -----
BABATUNDEAfrican father has returned. -----
BADRArabic full moon. -----
BAGABARTAArmenian Bagamazda. -----
BAGAMAZDAArmenian the supreme deity. -----
BAGDATTIArmenian the leader of the great Armenian rebellion against Sargon II. -----
BAGDEMAGUSArthurian father of Meleagant. -----
BAHAArabic the ineffable splendor. -----
BAKRArabic cow or a young he camel.-----
BALADUAssyrian the governor of Sibaniba. -----
BALANArthurian modest brother of Balin. -----
BALASIAkkadian an early Chaldean astronomer. -----
BALASUAkkadian the father of Nabu salim. -----
BALBASUAssyrian Bel is to be. -----
BALDRICAnglo Saxon bold power. -----
BALDULFArthurian bold wolf. -----
BALDWINEAnglo Saxon bold friend. -----
BALINArthurian brother of Balan an herb having the power to restore the dead to life. -----
BAMIDELEAfrican bring me home. -----
BANArthurian white the father of Lancelot. -----
BANAAssyrian the son of Kala. -----
BAPOTOAfrican disturbance noise. -----
BAQIRArabic abounding in knowledge. -----
BARAramaic son. -----
BARAssyrian Ninip. -----
BAR ABBAAramaic son of a father. -----
BARAKAAfrican blessing. -----
BARAKATArabic blessings. -----
BARASAAfrican rum. -----
BARDHYLAlbanian white star. -----
BAREDArmenian cold. -----
BARKANArabic barragan a kind of coarse black woollen garment of Moorish manufacture.-----
BARKEVArmenian gift. -----
BAR NABHAAramaic son of exhortation or son of Nebho.-----
BARSEGHArmenian babbles. -----
BAR TALMAIAramaic son of Talmai furrows. -----
BAR TIMAIAramaic son of Timai. -----
BAR TOLMAIAramaic son of Tolmai furrows. -----
BARUIRArmenian a king of Armenia. -----
BARUIRArmenian a king of Armenia. -----
BASHKIMAlbanian alliance. -----
BASIMArabic a smile. -----
BASIRArabic seer. -----
BASITArabic one who enlarges. -----
BASSAMArabic smiling greatly. -----
BATRIGArmenian Patrick Patriarch.-----
BAZZUTAAssyrian a king of the Taurlai. -----
BBWADDENEAfrican like a large dog. -----
BEALDRICAnglo Saxon bold power. -----
BEALDWINEAnglo Saxon bold friend. -----
BEAUMAINSArthurian beautiful hands. -----
BEDIVEREArthurian the birch tree a knight of the Round Table. -----
BEDRArabic full moon. -----
BEDROSArmenian Peter a rock.-----
BEDROSIANArmenian son of Bedros. -----
BEDVERArthurian the birch tree a knight of the Round Table. -----
BEDWYRArthurian the birch tree a knight of the Round Table. -----
BEHARAlbanian summer. -----
BEKIMAlbanian blessing. -----
BELAssyrian lord master or, possessor Lord of the earth.-----
BELBALADAssyrian the Tartan of Samsivul IV. -----
BELBANIAssyrian an early king of Assyria. -----
BELBASAAssyrian king of the Gambuli. -----
BELBASANIAssyrian the governor of Siphinis. -----
BELDAANAssyrian Rabbitur of Assurnirari II. -----
BELDAGONAssyrian a form of the deity or demiurgus Bel. -----
BELEMURANNIAssyrian the governor of Rezeph. -----
BELESIRAssyrian the chief of the palace of Shalmaneser III. -----
BELGURAssyrian the king of Zibara. -----
BelharranbeluzurAssyrian the chief of the palace of Tiglath Pileser II. -----
BELIBNIAkkadian a Chaldean officer. -----
BELILAIAssyrian a governor of Arbaha. -----
BELITARUSAssyrian Belkatirassu. -----
BELKAPKAPUAssyrian an early king of Assyria. -----
BELKATIRASSUAssyrian Bel has strengthened my hand. -----
BELKUDURUZURAssyrian an early Assyrian monarch. -----
BELLABARISRUKAkkadian a chief of the Magi. -----
BELLAMOURArthurian a fair lover a knight. -----
BELLANGREArthurian a baker or boat the son of Sir Alisander.-----
BEL LUDARIAssyrian a governor of Bile. -----
BELLUSHAssyrian Belnirari. -----
BELNIRARIAssyrian an early king of Assyria. -----
BELQZABATAssyrian the governor of Mazamua. -----
BELSADUAAssyrian the governor of Dihnun. -----
BEL SAMUAkkadian an early Chaldean king. -----
BELSARANNIAssyrianthe prefect of Kurban. -----
BEL SUMILI KAPIAssyrian mythological founder of the Assyrian monarchy. -----
BEL SUM ISCUNAkkadian an early Chaldean astronomer. -----
BEL TAGGILAssyrian the governor of Isana. -----
BELTANAGBALAssyrian Vul nirari. -----
BEL TARZI ANVAAssyrian the governor of Calah Hamidi and some other cities.-----
BEL ZIKIR ISKUNAssyrian a King of Assyria. -----
BENHIDRIAssyrian Benhadad. -----
BEORHTHEREAnglo Saxon bright army. -----
BEORHTRAEDAnglo Saxon bright counsel. -----
BEORHTWULFAnglo Saxon bright wolf. -----
BEORNHEARDAnglo Saxon bear strong. -----
BEOWULFAnglo Saxon bee wolf i.e. a bear. -----
BERHTULFAnglo Saxon bright wolf. -----
BERSULESArthurian a knight. -----
BESARTAlbanian golden oath. -----
BESIANAlbanian oath. -----
BESIMAlbanian faith. -----
BESJANAlbanian oath. -----
BESMIRAlbanian heartburning oath. -----
BESNIKAlbanian faithful. -----
BHEKIZITHAAfrican watches for the enemy. -----
BICOIRArthurian Arthurs father 7th cent. -----
BIIRKHUAssyrian Bakenranf. -----
BILArabic The Lord a Himyaritic deity. -----
BILALArabic moisture or beneficence.-----
BILDAYANAssyrian the Rabbituru under Assur Nirari. -----
BILIMMIANIAssyrian a Tartan of Assyria. -----
BILKUMMIAssyrian Lord of the Palace. -----
BILNIMIKIAssyrian Lord of Mysteries. -----
BILSIDIAssyrian the prefect of the palace under Shalmaneser III. -----
BILSUNUAssyrian the prefect of Khindana. -----
BINLIKKISHAssyrian Vulnirari or Rimmon nirari. -----
BIN NIRARI IAssyrian Vulnirari. -----
BIRDADDAArabic Birvul king of Arabia.-----
BIRVULArabic Birdadda a king of Arabia.-----
BISIRAAssyrian the king of Arima. -----
BISIRAINAssyrian a king of the country of the Arimai. -----
BIT NURAkkadian the general of Adar. -----
BLADUDArthurian wolf fighter father of king Lear. -----
BLAISEArthurian babbles the name of a saint. -----
BLAMORArthurian a fair lover a knight. -----
BLAMOURArthurian a fair lover a knight. -----
BLEOBERISArthurian de Ganis a knight cousin to Lancelot.-----
BLERIMAlbanian verdure. -----
BLESSINGAfrican blessing. -----
BLIANTArthurian a knight who healed Lancelot. -----
BLYANTArthurian a knight who healed Lancelot. -----
BLYDSAfrican lightning. -----
BOGHOSArmenian Paul small.-----
BOGOSArmenian Paul small.-----
BOHLALEAfrican wisdom. -----
BOHORTArthurian a knight of the Round Table. -----
BOIPELOAfrican self glorifying. -----
BOIPUSOAfrican self governed. -----
BOITUMELOAfrican joy. -----
BONGANIAfrican thankful. -----
BORSArthurian a knight of the Round Table. -----
BOTROSArabic a rock. -----
BOULOSArabic small. -----
BOUTROSArabic a rock. -----
BRAHEEMArabic father of a multitude. -----
BRAHIMArabic father of a multitude. -----
BRANArthurian king raven Bran the Blessed. -----
BRANDELISArthurian sword of the castle of Lys a knight of the Round Table. -----
BRANGOIREArthurian a king of the Saxons. -----
BRANORArthurian le Brun an ancient knight.-----
BREDBEDDLEArthurian the Green Knight. -----
BRENNUSArthurian strong a king of Britain. -----
BREUNORArthurian le Noire a knight of the Round Table. -----
BREUSEArthurian a knight. -----
BRIEFBRASArthurian Sir Caradocs surname shrunken arm. -----
BRUCEArthurian a knight. -----
BRYNIAnglo Saxon to brandish a sword . -----
BUBAAkkadian the father of Bubu. -----
BUBAArmenian the father of Bubu. -----
BUBAAssyrian the father of Bubu. -----
BUBUAkkadian the son of Buba. -----
BUBUArmenian the son of Buba. -----
BUBUAssyrian the son of Buba. -----
BUDILAssyrian an early king of Assyria. -----
BUDUILArabic king of the Ammonites. -----
BUJARAlbanian generous. -----
BUJUNEAfrican sorrow troubles.-----
BULLUDHUAkkadian an early Chaldean astronomer. -----
BULUSArabic small. -----
BUNENEAssyrian attendant on the sun god. -----
BURIMAlbanian fountain spring source origin.-----
BUTANNAZIBAAfrican who walks before the night. -----
BUTRUSArabic a rock. -----
BUVALUAssyrian The Giant. -----
BUZIBAAfrican night. -----
BUZUR ASSURAssyrian an early king of Assyria. -----
CABALArthurian horse king Arthurs dog. -----
CADORArthurian father of Constantine. -----
CADWALADRArthurian battle lord. -----
CADWALLONArthurian a great and successful warrior king of the Western Britons. -----
CADWRArthurian battle knight soldier warrior.-----
CAEDMONAnglo Saxon horn of battle a warrior. -----
CAENAAnglo Saxon brave fierce keen warlike.-----
CAERLEONArthurian City of Legions. -----
CAIArthurian rejoicing a knight of the Round Table. -----
CALIBURNArthurian a sword of king Arthurs. -----
CALOGRENANTArthurian Kay the grumpy a knight of the Round Table. -----
CAMLANNArthurian site of Arthurs last battle crooked enclosure. -----
CANUTEAnglo Saxon knot. -----
CARACTACUSArthurian a son of Bran king commander. -----
CARADAWCArthurian a son of Bran beloved. -----
CARADAWGArthurian a son of Bran beloved. -----
CARADOCArthurian a son of Bran beloved. -----
CARADWGArthurian a son of Bran beloved. -----
CARLISLEArthurian city of the wall tower where Guineveres affair was exposed. -----
CARNWENNANArthurian Arthurs dagger. -----
CATH PALUGArthurian Palugs Cat a monster cat. -----
CAVALLArthurian horse king Arthurs dog. -----
CAWRArthurian giant hero strong man.-----
CAWR MADOGArthurian giant warrior. -----
CEADDAAnglo Saxon warrior. -----
CEADDEAnglo Saxon warrior. -----
CEDRICAnglo Saxon renowned leader or war leader. -----
CELESTINEAfrican heavenly. -----
CENAAnglo Saxon brave keen.-----
CENERICAnglo Saxon fierce ruler. -----
CENHELMAnglo Saxon fierce helmet. -----
CENREDAnglo Saxon able council. -----
CENRICAnglo Saxon fierce ruler. -----
CEOLSIGEAnglo Saxon victory ship. -----
CERDICAnglo Saxon renowned leader or war leader. -----
CETSHWAYOAfrican the slandered one. -----
CHADAnglo Saxon warrior. -----
CHAKIDEAfrican a mongoose or weasel. -----
CHAMAAramaic black burned hot warm.-----
CHANINAramaic compassionate. -----
CHANINAAramaic compassionate. -----
CHANINAIAramaic compassionate. -----
CHAPALUArthurian a monster fish cat. -----
CHIBUEZEAfrican God is the king. -----
CHIBUZOAfrican God leads. -----
CHIDIAfrican God lives. -----
CHIDIEBEREAfrican God is gentle. -----
CHIDUBEMAfrican may God lead me. -----
CHIENGAfrican God of day God of the sun. -----
CHIGARUAfrican like a large dog. -----
CHIKAAfrican God is the greatest. -----
CHILONGOLAAfrican a guide first born son. -----
CHIMAAfrican God knows. -----
CHIMOLAAfrican breaker of things. -----
CHINAZAAfrican God answers my prayer. -----
CHINEDUAfrican God is my leader. -----
CHINENAAramaic compassionate. -----
CHINWEAfrican God owns me. -----
CHINWENDUAfrican God owns life. -----
CHIPOAfrican gift. -----
CHIRATIDZOAfrican a sign. -----
CHITEMOAfrican axe. -----
CHIZOBAAfrican may God save. -----
CHUKWUEMEKAAfrican the great God succeeds. -----
CHUNYAAramaic comfort. -----
CIARAAssyrian a king of Karsibutai. -----
CINNELADANUSAssyrian Esarhaddon. -----
CITAkkadian the sun god of the Cassites. -----
CLAMEDEUSArthurian the name of a king. -----
CLARENTArthurian Arthurs second best sword. -----
CLARIONArthurian the name of a rebel king. -----
CLAUDASArthurian lame a defiant king.-----
CNUDAnglo Saxon knot. -----
CODAR EL AHMARArabic a wicked man of Thamud. -----
COLGREVANCEArthurian a knight of the Round Table. -----
ConosconcolerosAssyrian Kunusskunkilasshur. -----
CONSTANTINEArthurian constant Arthurs choice to succeed him as king of England. -----
CUDJOAfrican Monday born. -----
CULHWCHArthurian lean pig Arthurs cousin.-----
CUNOBELINUSArthurian Lord of Belinus or war lord.-----
CUSTENNINArthurian a herdsman. -----
CUTHBEORHTAnglo Saxon war bright or noted brightness.-----
CUTHBERTAnglo Saxon war bright or noted brightness.-----
CYMBELINEArthurian Lord of Belinus or war lord.-----
CYNEBEALDAnglo Saxon remarkably brave. -----
CYNEFRIDAnglo Saxon noble peace. -----
CYNEFRITHAnglo Saxon noble peace. -----
CYNERICAnglo Saxon mighty ruler or wealthy ruler.-----
CYNEWARDAnglo Saxon royal guard. -----
CYNEWEARDAnglo Saxon royal guard. -----
CYNFARCHArthurian dog horse. -----
CYNYRArthurian the first father of sir Cai. -----
DABU BELAssyrian the governor of Amida. -----
DABULAMANZIAfrican divider of waters. -----
DABU SAR ASSURAssyrian the great Tukulu of Sargon II. -----
DABU ZILLI ESARAssyrian a governor of Assur. -----
DADAAfrican nature. -----
DADUAssyrian the beloved one. -----
DAEGBERHTAnglo Saxon day bright. -----
DAEGMUNDAnglo Saxon day protection or soldier. -----
DAFARIAfrican first born son. -----
DAGAnglo Saxon day. -----
DAGANAssyrian The exalted one an earth god. -----
DAGONETArthurian king Arthurs fool. -----
DAGUENETArthurian king Arthurs fool. -----
DAKANAssyrian The exalted one an earth god. -----
DAKURIAssyrian son of the crusher. -----
DALMATAlbanian from Dalmatia -----
DAMBUDZOAfrican adversity. -----
DAOODArabic beloved. -----
DARDANAlbanian a Trojan. -----
DAUDArabic beloved. -----
DAVUDAlbanian beloved. -----
DAWOODArabic beloved. -----
DAWUDArabic beloved. -----
DAYANAssyrian judge. -----
DAYAN ASSURAssyrian Assur is Judge. -----
DAYOAfrican joy arrives. -----
DEDEAfrican a jigger or a grasshopper. -----
DEFRIMAlbanianentertainment. -----
DELMARAfrican at the sea. -----
DENEBArabic the tail. -----
DEORWINEAnglo Saxon dear friend. -----
DHAMARArabic the Protector. -----
Dhamarali BayyinArabic a king of the Himyarites. -----
Dhamarali DharahArabic a king of the Himyarites. -----
DHARAHArabic Excellent. -----
DHIMITRAlbanian of Demeter. -----
DHU ANUSCOURArabic The Vultures Man. -----
DHU KHOLOSAArabic Lord of Kholosa. -----
DHU L CALATArabic an Arabian deity worshipped at Sendad. -----
DHU MAHDAMArabic the father of Shoaib. -----
DHU RIASHArabic Lord of Riash. -----
DHU SAMAWIArabic a Himyaritic deity. -----
DHU SHARAArabic Lord of Seir Dulshara. -----
DIAN NISIAssyrian Judge of Men. -----
DIDIArabic Taiti. -----
DIKRANArmenian dominant. -----
DILGANAkkadian the Star of Babylon. -----
DIMIAramaic destruction loss.-----
DINADANArthurian a knight of the Round Table. -----
DINAS EMRYSArthurian a fortified city belonging to Merlin. -----
DIPTIAkkadian an early Amardian or Cassite deity. -----
DIRANArmenian dominant. -----
DIRNACUSAssyrian a king of the Marruai. -----
DISIAssyrian an Assyrian astronomer. -----
DIYAArabic clearness glare luminary light.-----
DJAHLAHArabic a noble Himyaritic chief of the house of Mudad. -----
DJENDIBArabic a king of the Arabs. -----
DJONDAArabic a wicked king of the Thamudites. -----
DODINELArthurian son of Belinans. -----
DOSUAfrican born after twins. -----
DRITANAlbanian light. -----
DRITONAlbanian light. -----
DRUASArthurian a giant. -----
DRUDWYNArthurian a knight starling.-----
DRUSTArthurian herald or tumult.-----
DRYSTANArthurian herald or tumult.-----
DUBAKUAfrican eleventh born child. -----
DUBEAfrican zebra. -----
DULSHARAArabic Lord of Mount Seir. -----
DUMISAAfrican honor worship or thunder. -----
DUMISANIAfrican honorable or thunderous. -----
DUNAAfrican lord master headman sire.-----
DUNANUAramaic the last king of the Gambuli. -----
DUNANUAssyrian the last king of the Gambuli. -----
DUNSTANAnglo Saxon black stone. -----
DURANAssyrian an Assyrian governor. -----
DUR ASSURAssyrian Castle of Assur. -----
DUR I ASSURAssyrian Castle of Assur. -----
DUZIAssyrian the Son of Life. -----
DWANHAfrican to run. -----
EAAssyrian house of water. -----
EADAnglo Saxon rich. -----
EADGARAnglo Saxon happy spear. -----
EADGARDAnglo Saxon keeper of his oath. -----
EADHUNAnglo Saxon happy bear cub. -----
EADMAERAnglo Saxon happy and illustrious one. -----
EADMARAnglo Saxon happy and illustrious one. -----
EADMUNDAnglo Saxon happy protection. -----
EADRAEDAnglo Saxon happy counsel. -----
EADREADAnglo Saxon happy red. -----
EADREDAnglo Saxon happy counsel. -----
EADRICAnglo Saxon happy ruler. -----
EADULFAnglo Saxon happy wolf. -----
EADWARDAnglo Saxon happy guardian. -----
EADWEARDAnglo Saxon happy guardian. -----
EADWIGAnglo Saxon happy warrior. -----
EADWINEAnglo Saxon happy friend. -----
EADWULFAnglo Saxon happy wolf. -----
EALDRAEDAnglo Saxon old counsel. -----
EALDREDAnglo Saxon old counsel. -----
EALDWINEAnglo Saxon old friend. -----
EARICAnglo Saxon ever king. -----
EARNWALDAnglo Saxon eagle power. -----
EARNWEALDAnglo Saxon eagle power. -----
EASTGOTAAnglo Saxon eastern Goth. -----
EASTMUNDAnglo Saxon eastern protection. -----
EBELEAfrican mourning. -----
EBORICAnglo Saxon wild boar king. -----
ECGBEORHTAnglo Saxon bright eyed. -----
ECGBERCTAnglo Saxon bright eyed. -----
ECGBERTAnglo Saxon bright eyed. -----
ECGBRYHTAnglo Saxon bright eyed. -----
ECTORArthurian defender. -----
EDIAlbanian rich guard. -----
EDMUNDAnglo Saxon happy protection. -----
EDONAlbanian of the Edoni Thracian. -----
EDUARDAlbanian rich guard. -----
EDUARTAlbanian rich guard. -----
EDWYAnglo Saxon rich warrior. -----
EGLAFAnglo Saxon ever leave or ever heir.-----
EKENEAfrican salute. -----
Ekene dilichukwuAfrican salutation belongs to the great God. -----
EKIMAssyrian Gigim a class of evil spirits. -----
EKUNDAYOAfrican my sorrow has turned to joy. -----
EKWUEMEAfrican a promise kept. -----
ELArabic the God. -----
ELFGARAnglo Saxon elf spear. -----
ELFHEREAnglo Saxon an army elf. -----
ELFWALDAnglo Saxon elf power. -----
ELGAArabic the Lofty God. -----
ELIAURESArthurian to whom God is father. -----
ELIAVRSArthurian to whom God is father. -----
ELIDUREArthurian a king of Britain surnamed the Pious brother to Arthgallo.-----
ELYANArthurian le blanc the white a knight.-----
EMEKAAfrican successful. -----
EMINArabic faithful. -----
EMINArmenian faithful. -----
EMIRArabic prince commander.-----
EMMANUELAfrican God with us. -----
EMRYSArthurian ever living immortal.-----
ENCIAssyrian the Earth. -----
ENDRITAlbanian home ruler. -----
ENEMESSARAssyrian Shalmaneser. -----
ENGJELLAlbanian angel. -----
ENGRSArthurian a usurper. -----
ENGURAssyrian the king of Tsibarai in Girubbunda.-----
ENITANAfrican one of story. -----
ENKIAssyrian the Earth. -----
ENUAfrican second born child. -----
ENVERAlbanian bright. -----
ENYINNAYAAfrican fathers friend. -----
ENZUNAAkkadian the Lord of growth. -----
EOFORHEARDAnglo Saxon stern wild boar. -----
EOFORWINEAnglo Saxon wild boar friend. -----
EORMANAnglo Saxon public universal the whole of mankind.-----
EORMENGILDAnglo Saxon public pledge. -----
EORMENRICAnglo Saxon public ruler or universal ruler.-----
EPARNAAssyrian a prince or king of Patusarra. -----
ERBINArthurian father of Ermid Dyvel and Geraint.-----
ERECArthurian a knight of the Round Table lover of Enide. -----
ERIACUAkkadian servant of Acu the Moon god.-----
ERIONAlbanian wind . -----
ERISINNIAssyrian the eldest son of Baali king of Minni.-----
ERJONAlbanian wind . -----
ERMIRAlbanian good . -----
ERVINAlbanian warrior friend. -----
ERWIGAnglo Saxon wild boar ruler. -----
ESAAnglo Saxon the gods. -----
ESARHADDONAssyrian Ashur has given a brother. -----
ESCLADOSArthurian the Red Knight. -----
ESCORANTArthurian a king. -----
ESMAILArabic God will hear. -----
ETHELBALDAnglo Saxon nobly bold. -----
ETHELBERTAnglo Saxon nobly bright. -----
ETHELFRIDAnglo Saxon noble peace. -----
ETHELFRITHAnglo Saxon noble peace. -----
ETHELHARDAnglo Saxon nobly stern. -----
ETHELHEARDAnglo Saxon nobly stern. -----
ETHELMARAnglo Saxon noble greatness. -----
ETHELREDAnglo Saxon noble counsel. -----
ETHELRICAnglo Saxon noble ruler. -----
ETHELSTANAnglo Saxon noble stone. -----
ETHELWARDAnglo Saxon noble keeper. -----
ETHELWOLFAnglo Saxon noble wolf. -----
EVADEAMArthurian a dwarf knighted by Arthur. -----
EVELAKEArthurian a king first owner of Galahads shield. -----
EVERWINAnglo Saxon wild boar friend. -----
EVORICAnglo Saxon wild boar ruler. -----
EVRAINArthurian king of castle Brandigant. -----
EVRAWGArthurian father of Sir Peredur. -----
EXCALIBURArthurian Arthurs best sword. -----
FADEYArmenian praise. -----
FADEYKAArmenian praise. -----
FADEYUSHKAArmenian praise. -----
FADIArabic redeemer an attribute of Christ-----
FADILArabic learned virtuous.-----
FADLArabic learned virtuous.-----
FAHDArabic leopard lynx.-----
FAHIMArabic acute of understanding an intellectual. -----
FAIRUZArabic turquoise. -----
FAIZArabic abundance exuberance.-----
FAIZAArabic victorious. -----
FAKHRArabic glory. -----
FAKHRIArabic glorious meritorious.-----
FALERINArthurian healthy a king who abducts Guinevere. -----
FARAGArabic comfort release succour.-----
FARAGArmenian comfort release succour.-----
FARAIAfrican rejoice. -----
FARAJArabic comfort release succour.-----
FARAM YANHABArabic a Himyaritic king of Saba and Dhu Raidan. -----
FAREEDArabic unique. -----
FARIDArabic unique. -----
FARISArabic horseman. -----
FAROOQArabic distinguisher. -----
FAROUKArabic distinguisher. -----
FARUQArabic divider distinguisher.-----
FATHIArabic conqueror. -----
FATJONAlbanian our fortune. -----
FATLUMAlbanian fortunate. -----
FATMIRAlbanian good luck fortune. -----
FATONAlbanian our fortune. -----
FAWZIArabic victory. -----
FAYIZArabic superiority victory.-----
FAYRUZArabic turquoise. -----
FAYSALArabic judge. -----
FEIREFIZArthurian of chequered color Percivals mulatto half brother. -----
FEMIAfrican God loves me. -----
FFUMBEAfrican cook or slave . -----
FIHRArabic stone. -----
FIKRIArabic reflection thought.-----
FIRDAUSArabic paradise. -----
FIRDOSArabic paradise. -----
FIRDOUSArabic paradise. -----
FIROZArabic victorious. -----
FIRUZArabic victorious. -----
FISKALAfrican butcher bird. -----
FISNIKAlbanian noble. -----
FITIMAlbanian one who gains. -----
FITOREAlbanian victory. -----
FLAMURAlbanian banner ensign flag. -----
FLOLLOArthurian tender weak a Roman tribune.-----
FLORENCEArthurian son of Gawain flourishing. -----
FOLAMIAfrican honor me. -----
FOUADArabic the heart the mind the soul.-----
FREDERIKAlbanian peace ruler. -----
FREODHERICAnglo Saxon peace ruler. -----
FREODHORICAnglo Saxon peace ruler. -----
FRITHURICAnglo Saxon peace ruler. -----
FUADArabic the heart the mind the soul.-----
FUDUAfrican tortoise. -----
FULATHELAAfrican he will go far. -----
FUMBEAfrican cook or some wild grey animal.-----
FUMNANYAAfrican he who inspires love. -----
FUNGAIAfrican thinker. -----
GABIRArabic a despot a tyrant a surgeon.-----
GABRIAssyrian champion. -----
GACHERUAfrican spy. -----
GAFARArabic escort guard.-----
GAHARIETArthurian a knight of the Round Table. -----
GAHERISArthurian a knight of the Round Table. -----
GAHMURETArthurian knight & king father of Parzival Percival. -----
GALAHADArthurian hawk of summer son of Sir Lancelot.-----
GALAHALTArthurian the Haut Prince son of Sir Brewnor.-----
GALALArabic glory majesty.-----
GALATINEArthurian the sword of Gawain. -----
GALEHOTArthurian king & knight son of Arthur. -----
GALERONArthurian a knight who beheaded Gawains horse. -----
GALLUAssyrian a class of evil spirits. -----
GAMALArabic beauty gracefulness.-----
GAMARArabic a confederate chief. -----
GAMILArabic beautiful. -----
GAMIL NANAAssyrian benefit of Nana. -----
GANDUAssyrian the father of the earliest writer of Cuneiform tablets. -----
GANRUBAIAssyrian a prefect of Quazi. -----
GARABEDArmenian fore runner. -----
GARETHArthurian youngest son of Lot. -----
GARLONArthurian the invisible knight. -----
GARRICKAnglo Saxon spear ruler. -----
GATURAAfrican one who excels or surpasses. -----
GAUTMARArabic a confederate chief. -----
GAUVAINArthurian Sir hawk of battle.-----
GAVRILArmenian man or hero of God. -----
GAWAHIRArabic gems jewels.-----
GAWAINArthurian Sir hawk of battle.-----
GAWDATArabic benignity. -----
GAZINIAfrican blood. -----
GAZMENDAlbanian joy. -----
GEBHUZAAfrican butcher or slasher. -----
GENTIAlbanian gentian plant also Gentile.-----
GERAINTArthurian Sir ship vessel .-----
GEROAfrican builder or fierce. -----
GZIMAlbanian joy. -----
GHALIBArabic conqueror. -----
GHARIBArabic foreigner. -----
GHASSANArabic of the kingdom of the Ghassanids. -----
GHAYTHArabic rain or showers. -----
GHAZA HADJArabic Himyar a son of Abdshems.-----
GHOUKASArmenian Lucas of Lucania.-----
GHUFRANArabic pardon remission.-----
GIAFFARArabic splendid. -----
GIAMMUAssyrian the king of a district on the river Belichus. -----
GICONIAfrican a kind of bird. -----
GIFLETArthurian feeble young squire knighted by king Arthur.-----
GIGIMAkkadian Ekim a class of evil spirits. -----
GINDIBUHArabic an Arabian chief. -----
GIRARDArthurian firm spear a knight. -----
GIRFLETArthurian feeble squire returns Excalibur to the lake. -----
GISDHUBARAssyrian Izdubar Mass of Fire. -----
GISTAAssyrian a king of the country of Abdanai. -----
GITHINJIAfrican butcher. -----
GJERGJAlbanian George farmer husbandman. -----
GJONAlbanian John Jehovahs gift or grace. -----
GLAEDWINEAnglo Saxon cheerful friend. -----
GLAISArthurian a knell Percevels grandfather. -----
GLATISANTArthurian the questing beast. -----
GLEWLWYDArthurian one of king Arthurs chief porters. -----
GODERICAnglo Saxon God rules. -----
GODESCEALCAnglo Saxon Gods servant. -----
GODEWINEAnglo Saxon Gods friend. -----
GodlumthakathiAfrican holds back the wizard. -----
GODRICAnglo Saxon God rules. -----
GODWINAnglo Saxon Gods friend. -----
GODWINEAnglo Saxon Gods friend. -----
GOREUArthurian best chief one of king Arthurs pages.-----
GORLASSARArthurian extremely blue or shrill voiced an epithet of Uther Pendragon.-----
GORLOISArthurian Igraines husband. -----
GORYOUNArmenian lion whelp. -----
GOUSANArmenian musician singer.-----
GOUVERNAILArthurian a servant to Tristram. -----
GRENDELAnglo Saxon grinder of bones or the monstrous one.-----
GRIFLETArthurian young squire knighted by king Arthur.-----
GRINGOLETArthurian winged the name of Gawains horse. -----
GUDEAAkkadian an early Chaldean king. -----
GUEREHESArthurian a son of Lot. -----
GUGUAssyrian biblical Gog. -----
GUIOMARArthurian a knight & lover of Morgain. -----
GUIVRETArthurian an Irish dwarf king. -----
GUSURAkkadian the strong a name of the deity Marduk. -----
GUSURAssyrian a name of the deity Marduk. -----
GUYArthurian sense or anger a knight. -----
GWALAAfrican coward. -----
GWALCHAVEDArthurian hawk of summer. -----
GWALCHMAIArthurian Sir hawk of battle.-----
GWANDOYAAfrican met with burden. -----
GWEMBESHEAfrican has crooked arms or bandy legged.-----
GWERNACHArthurian a giant alder river. -----
GWIONArthurian sense or anger a knight. -----
GWYNArthurian blessed happy white the name of a king.-----
GWYNHAMArthurian father of Teithi. -----
HABANAMRUArabic the king of Buda or Budahu. -----
HABIBArabic friend. -----
HABITZUArabic a King of Kadesh. -----
HACHADOORArmenian cross given. -----
HADIArabic guide leader.-----
HADILArabic cooing of doves. -----
HAFEEZArabic custodian or one who knows the Koran by heart.-----
HAFIZArabic custodian or one who knows the Koran by heart.-----
HAGARArabic stone. -----
HAGOPArmenian Jacob supplanter. -----
HAIDARArabic lion. -----
HAIGArmenian father. -----
HALAKAMIRArabic a king of the Himyarites. -----
HALDIArmenian the great deity of the people of Ararat. -----
HALDIAArmenian the local god of the city of Musassir on lake Van. -----
HAMATAAssyrian the governor of the city of Suru. -----
HAMEEDArabic laudable. -----
HAMIDArabic commendable. -----
HAMPARTSOOMArmenian ascension. -----
HAMPARZOUNArmenian ascension. -----
HAMZAArabic lion. -----
HANANUAssyrian an Assyrian governor in the reign of Sargon II.-----
HANIArabic congratulate felicitate welcome.-----
HANIFArabic a true believer. -----
HANINAAramaic compassionate. -----
HANUNArabic the name of three kings of Gaza. -----
HARITHArabic bread winner gainer.-----
HAROUNArabic light or mountaineer.-----
HAROUTIOUNArmenian resurrection. -----
HAROUTYOUNArmenian resurrection. -----
HARTCHEAArmenian Urtsa. -----
HARNArabic light or mountaineer.-----
HASANArabic handsome. -----
HASHIMArabic munificent. -----
HASIBArabic calculator. -----
HASIMArabic guardian protector.-----
HASSANArabic handsome. -----
HASSIBArabic calculator. -----
HATIMArabic black crow. -----
HAUBASArabic The Shining. -----
HAYDERArabic lion. -----
HAYRABEDArmenian ravager. -----
HAYRIGArmenian father. -----
HAYTHAMArabic true. -----
HAZAELArabic he sees God or whom God watches over.-----
HAZAILArabic a king of the Hedjaz. -----
HAZ AQI YAHUAssyrian Hezekiah Chizqiyah. -----
HEAAssyrian house of water. -----
HEADHOAnglo Saxon fierce fighter. -----
HEA MANNAAssyrian Nisroch Shalman. -----
HEA MU BASAAssyrian Hea the Creator. -----
HEBRONArthurian husband of Enygeus. -----
HECTORArthurian sir Hector de Maris defender. -----
HELAINEArthurian light son of Sir Bors. -----
HELLEKINArthurian king of Fairyland and lover of Morgan le Fay. -----
HENGISTAnglo Saxon stallion. -----
HENGISTArthurian stallion. -----
HENGROENArthurian a horse of Arthurs. -----
HEORUVARDAnglo Saxon sword guardian. -----
HEREBEORHTAnglo Saxon bright warrior. -----
HEREWALDAnglo Saxon army power. -----
HEREWARDAnglo Saxon army guard or sword guardian. -----
HEREWEALDAnglo Saxon army power. -----
HEREWEARDAnglo Saxon army guard. -----
HESHAMArabic munificent. -----
HEYDARArabic lion. -----
HIKMATArabic wisdom. -----
HILDEBEORHTAnglo Saxon war bright. -----
HILDREDAnglo Saxon battle counsel. -----
HIMYARArabic the Red. -----
HISEINArabic handsome. -----
HISHAMArabic munificent. -----
HISIARSAHAssyrian Cuneiform form of Xerxes. -----
HLATSHWAYOAfrican has a scarred jaw . -----
HLELILEAfrican reversed. -----
HLENGIWEAfrican savior. -----
HOBALArabic a form of the Sun god . -----
HODAINArthurian Tristrems dog. -----
HOELArthurian lordly nephew of Arthur and Duke of Brittany.-----
HOHANNESArmenian Jonathan Jehovahs gift or grace. -----
HORSAAnglo Saxon horse. -----
HORSAArthurian horse brother of Hengist. -----
HOSNIArabic handsome. -----
HOUSSAMArabic sword blade. -----
HOVANArmenian John Jehovahs gift or grace.-----
HOVHANNESArmenian Jonathan Jehovahs gift or grace.-----
HOVSEPArmenian Joseph Jehovah will add. -----
HOWELArthurian lordly a king of Brittany. -----
HRAVARDArmenian fire rose. -----
HRAVARTArmenian fire rose. -----
HRODBEORHTAnglo Saxon bright glory. -----
HRODBYRHTAnglo Saxon bright glory. -----
HROGARAnglo Saxon famous spear. -----
HROTHGARAnglo Saxon famous spear. -----
HROTHWULFAnglo Saxon famous wolf. -----
HSENArabic handsome. -----
HUARWARArthurian calm soothing son of Aflawn.-----
HUDArabic a prophet. -----
HULAAssyrian the chief of the colony of Halziluha. -----
HUMRIAssyrian Omri king of Israel.-----
HUMRIAssyrian servant of Jehovah. -----
HUNFRITHAnglo Saxon giant peace. -----
HUONArthurian mind or thought king of the fairies after Oberon.-----
HUSAINArabic handsome -----
HUSAMArabic sword blade. -----
HUSAYNArabic handsome. -----
HUSIAAssyrian Heb. Hoshea bib. Hosea. -----
HUSNIArabic handsome. -----
HUSSAINArabic handsome. -----
HUSSEINArabic handsome. -----
HYDERArabic lion. -----
HYWELArthurian lordly brother of Gildas. -----
NIAssyrian king of the gods. -----
ELBERTAnglo Saxon nobly bright. -----
iELFRIDAnglo Saxon noble peace. -----
ELHEARDAnglo Saxon nobly stern. -----
ELREDAnglo Saxon noble counsel. -----
ELRICAnglo Saxon noble ruler. -----
ELSTANAnglo Saxon noble stone. -----
ELWEARDAnglo Saxon noble keeper. -----
ELWINEAnglo Saxon noble friend. -----
ELWULFAnglo Saxon noble wolf. -----
LREDAnglo Saxon noble counsel. -----
LRICAnglo Saxon all powerful. -----
SCAnglo Saxon ash tree Rune or ash spear. -----
THELAnglo Saxon noble. -----
THELBALDAnglo Saxon nobly bold. -----
THELBERHTAnglo Saxon nobly bright. -----
THELBERTAnglo Saxon nobly bright. -----
THELFRIDAnglo Saxon noble peace. -----
THELFRITHAnglo Saxon noble peace. -----
THELUAnglo Saxon noble. -----
IBLISArabic despair. -----
IBRAHEEMArabic father of a multitude. -----
IBRAHIMArabic father of a multitude. -----
ICSUDAAssyrian a dog of Marduk who was deified by the Assyrians. -----
IDAAnglo Saxon rich. -----
IDADUAkkadian an early Chaldean king of Ridu. -----
IDANAramaic era time.-----
IDOWUAfrican increase born after twins. -----
IDUAkkadian the measuring lord. -----
IHABArabic a gift. -----
IHSANArabic a kind act benefaction. -----
IKRAAMArabic respect. -----
IKRAMArabic respect. -----
ILArabic God. -----
ILAArabic vow. -----
ILAAramaic exalted. -----
ILANIAssyrian a chief of the district of Amida. -----
ILDERIMArabic lightning. -----
ILGIAkkadian son of Urhammu. -----
ILIRAlbanian star or from Illyria. -----
IL MAKAHArabic the God that Hears. -----
IL SHARAHArabic a king of the Himyarites. -----
IL SHARAH YADHABArabic a petty king of Saba. -----
IL TEBUAssyrian one of the dogs of Marduk. -----
ILUAssyrian God. -----
ILU BAAssyrian an early king of Assyria. -----
ILU DARIAAssyrian the Tartan of Assurbanipal. -----
ILU HILTIAssyrian the king of Rure. -----
ILUKIYAAssyrian an Assyrian governor. -----
ILYASArabic Elias. -----
IMAkkadian god of the atmosphere. -----
IMADArabic pillar. -----
IMAMArabic chief guide.-----
IMAMUAfrican spiritual guide from a mosque. -----
IMRANArabic of kin to the exalted one. -----
IMTIYAZArabic brilliants. -----
INAAnglo Saxon domestic or entertainer.-----
INAAMArabic a gift. -----
INARUSArabic a petty king of Libya. -----
INNINAkkadian an evil demon. -----
INNOCENTAfrican harmless. -----
IPHKHARDESUAssyrian another form of Pakhuna niapi. -----
IQBALArabic good fortune prosperity.-----
IRANZIAssyrian a king of Minni. -----
IRFANArabic knowledge learning science.-----
IRITAKAssyrian an early king of Assyria. -----
IRKALLAAssyrian an Assyrian deity of Hell. -----
IRMINAnglo Saxon public universal. -----
IRONSIDEArthurian the Red Knight of the Red Lands. -----
ISAArabic Jesus. -----
ISAFFArabic a form of the solar deity. -----
ISAMArabic protection. -----
ISDERNUSArthurian a knight. -----
ISHKHANArmenian prince. -----
ISH MA BAALArabic Man of Baal. -----
ISIDORAlbanian strong gift. -----
ISINGOMAAfrican witch doctor necromancer. -----
ISMAILArabic God will hear. -----
ISMATArabic innocence. -----
ISOBAAfrican walks slowly stealthily. -----
ISOKEAfrican hairy. -----
ISOOBAAfrican walks slowly stealthily. -----
ISPIMAGUAssyrian king of Taini. -----
ISPUNIArmenian a king of Ararat. -----
ISSAArabic Jesus. -----
ISTAR DURIAssyrian a governor of Arbaha and a governor of Nisibin.-----
ISTAR SU MES SESAkkadian an early Chaldean astronomer. -----
ITHAMARArabic a king of the Sabaeans. -----
ITIMADArabic trust. -----
ITTIArmenian King of Allabra. -----
IVAAssyrian Prince of the power of the air. -----
IVALUSHAssyrian Vul nirari. -----
IWAINArthurian young warrior a knight. -----
IZDUBARAkkadian the Powerful King. -----
IZDUBARAssyrian Mass of Fire. -----
IZMIRLIANArmenian from Izmir in Turkey. -----
IZRAILArabic help of God. -----
IZZ AL DINArabic glory of religion. -----
IZZ UD DINArabic glory of religion. -----
JABBARArabic stout or sturdy one.-----
JABIRArabic despot tyrant or surgeon.-----
JABRArabic constrainer or despot tyrant.-----
JABRILArabic Gabriel. -----
JAFARArabic escort guard.-----
JAFFARArabic escort guard.-----
JAKAlbanian blood or supplanter. -----
JAKOVAlbanian supplanter. -----
JALALArabic glory majesty.-----
JAMAALArabic beauty gracefulness.-----
JAMALArabic beauty gracefulness.-----
JAMEELArabic beautiful. -----
JAMILArabic beautiful. -----
JAWAHIRArabic gems jewels.-----
JAWDATArabic benignity. -----
JAWHARArabic gems jewels.-----
JAY JAY NOUGHAfrican sight to be seen devil. -----
JENGOAfrican materials for building. -----
JETMIRAlbanian good life. -----
JETONAlbanian life. -----
JIBRAILArabic Gabriel. -----
JIBRILArabic Gabriel. -----
JINANArabic gardens. -----
JINNArabic a series of spiritual beings. -----
JIRAIRArmenian hard working. -----
JOHFRITArthurian Lanzelets instructor. -----
JORGJIAlbanian George farmer husbandman. -----
JORHAMArabic the son of Djahla. -----
JOYCELINAfrican just right.-----
JOZEFAlbanian addition. -----
JUMAANEAfrican born on a Tuesday. -----
JUMANArabic pearl. -----
JUNAIDArabic warrior. -----
JUNAYDArabic warrior. -----
KACHIGArmenian small cross. -----
KADERArabic able capable powerful.-----
KADIRArabic able capable powerful.-----
KADJARTIAssyrian a mythical hero who is said to have fought with some monstrous hyaenas. -----
KADU MALKAArabic Qavus Malka. -----
KADU MUHArabic a king of Edom. -----
KADYRIATHArthurian advisor to Arthur. -----
KAFFIRAfrican a black southern person. -----
KAFFIRArabic infidel unbeliever.-----
KAGISOAfrican peaceful. -----
KAHERDINArthurian son of Duke Hoel. -----
KAHINArabic diviners. -----
KAHLANArabic the son of Abdshems. -----
KAHTANArabic the father of Yarub. -----
KAIArthurian Sir half Knight half buffoon. -----
KAIAPHAAramaic depression. -----
KAKIAAssyrian a king of Nairi. -----
KAKKIArmenian a king of Sinuhta. -----
KALILArabic a sincere and intimate friend. -----
KAMALArabic perfection. -----
KAMASHALTAAssyrian King of Moab. -----
KAMAUAfrican quiet warrior. -----
KAMILArabic the perfect. -----
KAMOSH NADABAssyrian Kemosh natbi. -----
KAN NUNAIAssyrian the governor of Kalzi. -----
KAPRIELArmenian Gabriel man or hero of God.-----
KAPTIYAAssyrian the son of Balbasu. -----
KAPURArabic a king of the Meshwesh Mashuash. -----
KARAMArabic generosity. -----
KARAYANArmenian dark. -----
KARDEIZArthurian son of Parzival. -----
KAREEMArabic bountiful or noble.-----
KARIBAIL BAYYINArabic a king of the Himyarites. -----
Karibail watr yahanamArabic a king of the Himyarites. -----
KARIMArabic bountiful or noble.-----
KARNAAramaic horn. -----
KARNIGArmenian little lamb. -----
KASSU NADIN AHUAkkadian an early Chaldean monarch. -----
KASTARITEAlbanian a king of Carucassi. -----
KASTUBILIAkkadian a chief of the country of Kazalla. -----
KATLEGOAfrican he with the boiling stare. -----
KATOAfrican second born twin. -----
KATSIUAramaic The rolite. -----
KAYArthurian Sir rejoicing a Knight of the Round Table. -----
KAYODEAfrican he brings joy. -----
KEBIRArabic great. -----
KEMOSH NATBIAssyrian a king of Moab. -----
KENELArmenian buyer. -----
KENELMAnglo Saxon fierce helmet. -----
KENRICKAnglo Saxon fierce ruler. -----
KENWARDAnglo Saxon royal guard. -----
KERIDAKArthurian beloved a son of Bran. -----
KERNEELSAfrican kingly or powerful. -----
KEUArthurian Sir rejoicing. -----
KEVORKArmenian George farmer husbandman.-----
KGOSIAfrican chief. -----
KHACHIGArmenian small cross. -----
KHAJAGArmenian blue eyed. -----
KHALEELArabic a sincere and intimate friend. -----
KHALIDArabic eternity perpetuity.-----
KHALIFAArabic caliph. -----
KHALILArabic a sincere and intimate friend. -----
KHALIQArabic creator. -----
KHAMISIAfrican born on Thursday. -----
KHANIAssyrian noble a divine name. -----
KHANUNUArabic a king of Gaza. -----
KHAR SI YESUAssyrian Harsiesis. -----
KHASIS ADRAAssyrian great intelligence i.e. the Sage.-----
KHASSIKHUAssyrian a king of the Matsirausai. -----
KHATCHIGArmenian small cross. -----
KHAYRATArabic charities good works.-----
KHAYRIArabic good. -----
KHAYYAMArabic tent maker. -----
KHULDJANArabic a wicked king of the Adites. -----
KHUMRIAssyrian servant of Jehovah Omri. -----
KIBABAAssyrian a king of Harhar. -----
KIBWEAfrican a very small pebble. -----
KILHWCHArthurian pig sty cousin of Arthur. -----
KILYDDArthurian father of Kilhwch. -----
KINABUAAssyrian a governor of Tushi. -----
KIRABOAfrican offering or someone else. -----
KIRTIARIArmenian the chief of Larbusa. -----
KISMATArabic allotment. -----
KISUArabic the king of Haldile. -----
KITZUArabic a king of Kaldili. -----
KOBEAfrican tortoise. -----
KOBINAAfrican born on Tuesday. -----
KOFIAfrican born on Friday. -----
KOJOAfrican born on Monday. -----
KOLBArmenian from Kolb. -----
KONSTANDINAlbanian steadfast. -----
KONSTANDINIAlbanian constant. -----
KORIUNArmenian lion whelp. -----
KOSAIArabic a leader of the Beni Koreish. -----
KOSTANDINAlbanian steadfast. -----
KOUSANArmenian singer. -----
KRESHNIKAlbanian man from Krajina. -----
KRIKORArmenian watchman. -----
KUKURUAssyrian an Assyrian general. -----
KULALArabic The Perfect. -----
KunusskunkilasshurAssyrian I the King Vicegerent of the god Assur. -----
KUSHTIMAlbanian consecration dedication.-----
KUSHTRIMAlbanian battle cry. -----
KWABENAAfrican born on Tuesday. -----
KWADWOAfrican born on Monday. -----
KWAKUAfrican born on Wednesday. -----
KWAMEAfrican born on Saturday. -----
KWASIAfrican born on Sunday. -----
KWEKUAfrican born on Wednesday. -----
KWESIAfrican born on Sunday. -----
KYNERArthurian the first father of sir Kai. -----
KYNTHELIGArthurian a guide to Arthur. -----
LACArthurian lake a king the father of Erec.-----
LAILEArabic the king of Yedih. -----
LAILOKENArthurian Merlin Sylvester. -----
LAMORAKArthurian Sir brother of Percivale.-----
LANCELOTArthurian Sir knight of the Round Table the servant. -----
LAODEGANArthurian king of Carmalide. -----
LAQIPUAssyrian the governor of Kalzi. -----
LATEEFArabic genteel. -----
LATIFArabic genteel. -----
LAUNCELOTArthurian Sir knight of the Round Table the servant. -----
LAUNFALArthurian Sir king Arthurs steward. -----
LAZAssyrian a deity worshipped by Tiglath Pileser II. -----
LEKAAlbanian defender of men. -----
LEODEGANArthurian father of Gennevre. -----
LEODEGRAUNCEArthurian king of Camelyard & father of Guenever.-----
LEODGARAnglo Saxon peoples spear. -----
LEODOGRANArthurian father of Guinevere. -----
LEOFRICAnglo Saxon dear ruler. -----
LEOFWINEAnglo Saxon beloved friend. -----
LEOTRIMAlbanian peoples valor. -----
LEUTRIMAlbanian peoples valor. -----
LEVONArmenian a lion. -----
LIDAN GULAAkkadian offspring of Gula. -----
LIDUNNAMUAkkadian a Chaldean officer. -----
LIMUR PATIS ASSURAssyrian Dwelling of the Vicegerent of Assur. -----
LIONELArthurian Sir cousin to Lancelot.-----
LIONELLArthurian Sir Launcelots cousin.-----
LIRIDONAlbanian free willed. -----
LLACHEUArthurian a son of king Arthur. -----
LLEWArthurian lion or light king of Orkney. -----
LLUAGORArthurian the opener of the host Caradawgs horse. -----
LLUDDArthurian a king of Britain the eldest son of Beli the Great. -----
LLYCHLYNArthurian land of the fjords. -----
LLYRArthurian father of Bronwen. -----
LOHENGRINArthurian Sir son of Parzival. -----
LOHOOTArthurian a son of king Arthur. -----
LOHOTArthurian a son of king Arthur. -----
LOKMANArabic the founder of the second great Adite nation. -----
LORENCAlbanian bay or laurel tree. -----
LOTArthurian king of Orkney. -----
LUANAlbanian lion. -----
LUCANArthurian Sir butler to Arthur.-----
LUCASArthurian Sir butler to Arthur.-----
LUCIUSArthurian Tiberius Procurator light.-----
LUKAGMArabic the son of Lokman. -----
LULEZIMAlbanian blooming prosperity. -----
LUNGILEAfrican good right straight. -----
LUSALAAfrican feather. -----
LUSUNAAssyrian the king of the district of Harru. -----
LUTFIArabic harmless. -----
MAADArabic the son of Adnan king of the Hedjaz.-----
MABONArthurian the great youth a warrior the son of Modron.-----
MABONAGRAINArthurian Sir nephew of king Evrain.-----
MABUZArthurian ruler of the Castle of Death. -----
MACHOSCOLERUSAssyrian an Assyrian king. -----
MADOCArthurian son of Owain Gwynedd. -----
MADORArthurian Sir a Scotch knight.-----
MAHELOASArthurian lord of the Isle of Glass. -----
MAHFUZArabic defended preserved.-----
MAHMOODArabic praiseworthy. -----
MAHMOUDArabic praiseworthy. -----
MAHMUDArabic praiseworthy. -----
MAHOMETArabic praiseworthy. -----
MAKRAMArabic honourable noble.-----
MALAAfrican bitter. -----
MALAKArabic angel. -----
MALDUCArthurian lord of the Misty Lake. -----
MALEKArabic king. -----
MLEKArabic master. -----
MALEK TAUSArabic a deity adored by the Yezedees. -----
MALICUAssyrian a petty chief i.e. a Kinglet.-----
MALIKArabic king. -----
MAMAMISAssyrian a king of the Luksai. -----
MANAFFArabic an Arabian god possibly of the sun.-----
MANOUGHArmenian a boy a child an infant.-----
MANSAKAArabic a king of Magalani. -----
MANSAKIRArabic a king of Marabanu. -----
MANSOORArabic victorious. -----
MANSURArabic victorious. -----
MANTU MI ANKHUAssyrian Mantu the living. -----
MANYARAAfrican lucky or rich with plunder. -----
MARAIUArabic a Libyan chief. -----
MARCHArthurian horse Tristans uncle. -----
MARDIGArmenian warrior. -----
MARDUKAssyrian son of the chamber the patron deity of Babylon. -----
MARIHAAssyrian successor to Benhadad III. -----
MARISArthurian of the sea Ector de Maris.-----
MARKArthurian king of Cornwall. -----
MARMARArabic marble. -----
MARROKArthurian Sir a werewolf.-----
Maruduk salim anniAssyrian Marduk to me is Peace. -----
Maruduk sar uzurAssyrian a governor in the reign of Vul nirari III.-----
MARUDUK TARAssyrian Marduk the Judge. -----
Maruduk utu laniAssyrian Marduk exalt me. -----
MASEGOAfrican blessings. -----
MASHAKENArabic a Libyan chief. -----
MASHASHARArabic the son of Kapur. -----
MASIKAAfrican born during a monsoon. -----
MASKIMAkkadian Layer of Ambushes. -----
MASOODArabic chance. -----
MASOUDArabic chance. -----
MASSOUDArabic chance. -----
MASUDArabic chance. -----
MATATAAfrican troublemaker. -----
MATTIArmenian the king of Atuna & later Sinuhta.-----
MAZINArabic vetch -----
MCHUMBAAfrican sweetheart. -----
MEDRODArthurian Arthurs nephew. -----
MEHMOODArabic praiseworthy. -----
MEHMUDArabic praiseworthy. -----
MEKHITARArmenian comforter. -----
MELEAGANTArthurian abducted Guinevere. -----
MELEKArabic king. -----
MELEKArmenian king. -----
MELIADUSArthurian father of Tristan. -----
MELIKArabic king. -----
MELISIZWEAfrican leader of the nation. -----
MELWASArthurian a lover of Gwenhwyvar. -----
MENWArthurian soul a son of Teirgwaedd. -----
MERDDHINArthurian hill in the sea. -----
MEREHWITAnglo Saxon sea white. -----
MERGIMAlbanian exile. -----
MERIKHArabic Mars. -----
MERLINArthurian Arthurs tutor the prince of enchanters. -----
MER MESAfrican an obscure prince of Ethiopia. -----
MERODAK MU BASAAkkadian an early Chaldean astronomer. -----
METTAArabic Matthew. -----
MGRDITCHArmenian baptist. -----
MHAMMEDArabic praiseworthy. -----
MIDHATArabic a praiseworthy action. -----
MIKDIARAArmenian the father of Sarzina. -----
MILIKAssyrian King. -----
MINASEAssyrian Manasseh. -----
MINUAArmenian the son of Ispuni. -----
MIRLINDAlbanian well born. -----
MIRRIKHArabic Mars. -----
Misa nana kal ammiAkkadian an early Chaldean priest king. -----
MITAAssyrian the king of Muska. -----
MITATTIArmenian the king of Zikarti. -----
MITUNUAssyrian the governor of Isana. -----
MKHITARArmenian comforter. -----
MODREDArthurian a son of Lot traitor to Arthur. -----
MOHAMEDArabic praiseworthy. -----
MOHAMMADArabic praiseworthy. -----
MOHAMMEDArabic praiseworthy. -----
MOOTTALIBArabic demand request.-----
MORAUNTArthurian a giant Irish knight. -----
MORDREDArthurian a son of Lot traitor to Arthur. -----
MORHOLTArthurian a giant Irish knight. -----
MOSIAfrican first born. -----
MOSTAFAArabic elect. -----
MOTALLEBArabic demand request.-----
MOUSAArabic Moses. -----
MOVSESArmenian Moses drawn out.-----
MUDADArabic the chief of a Jorhamite tribe. -----
MUGGERDITCHArmenian the baptist. -----
MUGGURDICHArmenian the baptist. -----
MUHAMMADArabic praiseworthy. -----
MUHAMMEDArabic praiseworthy. -----
MUHSINArabic giver granter.-----
MUJAHIDArabic industrious. -----
MUKHTARArabic chosen. -----
MULAGUNNUNAAkkadian an early Chaldean king. -----
MULGEAkkadian Bel Lord of the Underworld.-----
MULIS ASSURAssyrian a chief of army commanders. -----
MUMINArabic a believer in religious matters. -----
MUNAAramaic counted. -----
MUNAMMIHAssyrian the father of Nebosarziltimu. -----
MUNIMArabic benefactor. -----
MUNIRArabic beaming. -----
MUNIRSUARTAAssyrian a king of the Araziasai. -----
MUR MAZ AAssyrian an Assyrian pilot. -----
MUSAArabic Moses. -----
MUSADArabic lucky. -----
Mu sal lim marudukAkkadian the son of Ukani. -----
MU SAL LIM NINIPAssyrian the governor of Bile. -----
MU SIG SARAssyrian the governor of Kirruri. -----
MUSKAAssyrian possessor or one who runs about Meshech.-----
MUSTAFAArabic elect. -----
MUSTAPHAArabic elect. -----
MUSURIAssyrian a king of Moab. -----
MUTAGGILAssyrian the Rabsaki of Vul nirari III. -----
MUTAGGIL ASSURAssyrian Trusting in Assur. -----
MUTAGGIL NEBOAssyrian Trusting in Nebo. -----
MUTAGGIL NUSKUAssyrian an early king of Assyria. -----
MUTAMIDArabic trustworthy. -----
MUTARIZ ASSURAssyrian the Rabsaki of Samsi Vul III. -----
MUTASIMArabic servant. -----
MUTTALIBArabic demand request.-----
MWANAJUMAAfrican child of Friday. -----
MWENYEAfrican a lord a possessor. -----
NAAssyrian The Sky. -----
NABi ATARIAssyrian Nabu is my rock. -----
NABILArabic excellent ingenious or noble.-----
NABO BAL ATIR RIBAkkadian the father of Nabonahid. -----
NABONAHIDAkkadian Nebo is Majestic. -----
NABONIDUSAkkadian Nabonahid. -----
NABUAssyrian the prophet the planet Mercury. -----
NABUAAkkadian an early Chaldean astronomer. -----
NABU AHI ERISAssyrian a prefect of Samalla. -----
NABU BA BA DUKINAssyrian the Tukulu. -----
NABU BEL SHUMAkkadian Nebo bel zikri. -----
NABU DAN ANNIAssyrian a Tartan under Tiglath Pileser I. -----
NABU DAN NIN ANNIAssyrian a Tartan under Tiglath Pileser I. -----
NABU DEN IPUSAssyrian a governor of Nineveh. -----
NABU EDIR ANNIAssyrian the Rabbitur of Tiglath Pileser II. -----
NABU EKHI ERBAAkkadian an early Chaldean astronomer. -----
NABU ESDU UKINAssyrian the Tukulu of Shalmaneser III. -----
NABU IKBIAkkadian an early Chaldean astronomer. -----
NABU KIN UZURAssyrian a governor of Nineveh. -----
NABU KUDUR YUT SURAkkadian an early Chaldean astronomer. -----
NABU KULLANIAkkadian an early Chaldean astronomer. -----
NABU LIHAAssyrian the governor of Arbela. -----
NABU MU SET SIAkkadian an early Chaldean astronomer. -----
NABU PAK ID ILANIAssyrian an Assyrian officer. -----
NABU PAL UZURAssyrian a great Assyrian general. -----
NABU SALIMAkkadian the son of Balasu. -----
NABU SAR UZURAssyrian a governor of Kurban. -----
NABU TARIZAssyrian an Assyrian officer. -----
NABU U SABSIAkkadian a Chaldean chief. -----
NABU ZAKIR ERESAssyrian an Assyrian governor. -----
NABU ZAR ADANAkkadian the general of the Chaldean army of Nabukuduruzur. -----
NADANAssyrian the governor of Pekod. -----
NADERArabic rare singular uncommon.-----
NADIRArabic rare singular uncommon.-----
NAFARIAfrican first born son. -----
NAGIArabic deliverer savior.-----
NAGIBArabic noble hero.-----
NAHABEDArmenian author chief patriarch of a family prince.-----
NAHAPETArmenian author chief patriarch of a family-----
NAHIRAramaic light. -----
NAHORAramaic light. -----
NAHURAramaic light. -----
NAILArabic one who attains his desires a winner. -----
NAIMArabic repose rest sleep-----
NAIRIArmenian an Armenian. -----
NAIRIAssyrian from Armenia. -----
NAJIArabic a saviour a deliverer.-----
NAJIBArabic noble hero.-----
NAKARAHArabic a deity of the Himyarites. -----
Nakhti kharu anshiniAssyrian Nekht har en shen. -----
NAMTARAkkadian the fixer of destiny The Plague Demon. -----
NAMTARAssyrian The Fixer of Destiny. -----
NANEArmenian a god of war. -----
NAPHARILIAssyrian a governor of Kirruri. -----
NARGIZArmenian Narcissus or narcotic.-----
NARKISArmenian Narcissus or narcotic.-----
NASCIENArthurian a hermit. -----
NASEERArabic assistant defender.-----
NASHWANArabic elated. -----
NASIBArabic orig. related by blood later related by marriage.-----
NASIMArabic the zephyr. -----
NASIRArabic assistant defender.-----
NASRArabic Eagle. -----
NASSERArabic assistant defender.-----
NAWVLEEAfrican big devil. -----
NDERIMAlbanian honor respect. -----
NEBOAssyrian the prophet the planet Mercury. -----
NEBO ATSIBAssyrian The Holder of the Two Sceptres. -----
NEBO BEL UZURAssyrian the governor of Sihime. -----
NEBO CAR ZIL TUM UAssyrian author of the Namar Bili. -----
NEBO DUR SANINAssyrian The Partitioner of the Enemy. -----
Nebo rahim baladhiAssyrian the keeper of the crown. -----
NEBO SUM IDDINAssyrian son of Nebo rahim baladhi. -----
NEBO SUR ZIDIAssyrian a librarian of Assurbanipal. -----
NECHUNYAAramaic comfort. -----
NEHORAramaic light. -----
NEHORAIAramaic enlightens the eyes. -----
NENTRESArthurian king of the land of Garlot. -----
NEOAfrican a gift. -----
NERGALAssyrian a dunghill cock. -----
NERGAL EDIRAkkadian an early Chaldean astronomer. -----
NERGAL NAZIRAssyrian the governor of Nisibin. -----
Nergal sar ussurAkkadian Nergal protects the king. -----
NERGAL UBALIDAssyrian the governor of Ahisuhina. -----
NERIGLISSARAkkadian Nergal sar ussur. -----
NGOZIAfrican accident leather snore . -----
NIBAT ILAIAssyrian the governor of Rezeph. -----
NIBIRUAssyrian an astronomical name of Marduk. -----
NIDINTABELAkkadian an imposter Nabu kudur uzur. -----
NIKHARUArabic the king of Gahupani. -----
NIKUAssyrian Necho. -----
NIMAArabic blessed. -----
NIMRODAssyrian a rebel or prince of Marad.-----
NIN BUBUAssyrian Lord or God of Sailors.-----
NIN DARAkkadian Adar. -----
NINIBAssyrian god of war. -----
NINIPAssyriangod of war. -----
NINIPALESARAssyrian an early king of Assyria. -----
NINIPALIKPANIAssyrian the governor of Sihime. -----
NINIPIDINAssyrian the governor of Kurban. -----
NINIP ILAIAssyrian the name of the governors of Nisibin and Ahizuhina. -----
NINIP KIN UZURAssyrian a governor of Nineveh. -----
NINIP MUKIN NISIAssyrian the governor of Kirruri. -----
NINIP NAZURAssyrian the governor of Mazamua. -----
NINIPPALLASSARAssyrian Ninip the son of the sanctuary or Ninip protects his son.-----
NINIP SEZI BANIAssyrian the governor of Rimusi. -----
NINIP TUGULTU ASSURAssyrian Assur zikur esir. -----
NINIP UZURAssyrian the governor of Sallat. -----
NINIT GALAssyrian Lord of the Strong Hand. -----
NIN KAT TIN BARZILAssyrian Lord of the Coat of Iron. -----
NIN RIDUAkkadian an early Chaldean deity. -----
NIRBAAssyrian god of harvests. -----
NIRI SAMASAssyrian the governor of Isania. -----
NIRI SARAssyrian a prefect of the city of Sirgardi. -----
NISHANArmenian sight. -----
NISROCHAssyrian Shalman The King of Fluids. -----
NIZARArabic slender subtile thin.-----
NKECHIAfrican of God or of the spirit. -----
NKEMDILIMAfrican belongs to me. -----
NKOSANAAfrican a petty chief. -----
NKRUMAAfrican ninth born child. -----
NNAMDIAfrican my father lives. -----
NOAHAfrican rest. -----
NOMANArabic a king of Saba. -----
NOORArabic light. -----
NOUHAArabic lamenting. -----
NSIAAfrican sixth born child. -----
NSONOWAAfrican seventh born child. -----
NTHANDAAfrican star. -----
NUBIAAfrican gold. -----
NUHArabic Noah lamenting. -----
NUHAArabic lamenting. -----
NURArabic light. -----
NURAramaic fire. -----
NURAYArabic the father of Vaiteh. -----
NUREDDINArabic light of the faith or religion. -----
NUSKUAssyrian a fire god the firstborn of En lil. -----
OANNESAssyrian a deity half man half fish.-----
OBIAfrican heart. -----
OCHIENGAfrican born when the sun shines. -----
OCTHAAnglo Saxon eight. -----
OCTHAArthurian eight a son of Hengist. -----
ODAkkadian Shamas. -----
ODHIAMBOAfrican born in the evening. -----
OGECHIAfrican time spirit. -----
OJIAMBOAfrican born in the afternoon. -----
OLABISIAfrican salvation increases. -----
OLAMIDEAfrican salvation has arrived. -----
OLANREWAJUAfrican the face of salvation. -----
OLATUNDEAfrican salvation has returned. -----
OLEKArabic great. -----
OLUCHIAfrican work of God. -----
OLUFEMIAfrican God loves me. -----
OLUJIMIAfrican I am given by God. -----
OLUKAYODEAfrican God brings joy to me. -----
OLUMIDEAfrican God has brought me. -----
OLUWASEGUNAfrican God is victor. -----
OLUWASEUNAfrican God we give thanks. -----
OLUWASEYIAfrican God made this. -----
OLUWATOYINAfrican the Christ deserves praise. -----
OLWENYOAfrican born in war time. -----
OMARArabic cultivated abundant rich. -----
ONIAfrican crocodile . -----
ONYEKAAfrican who is greatest -----
ONYEKACHUKWUAfrican who is greater than the great God -----
OPEYEMIAfrican I praise and give thanks. -----
ORANAramaic light. -----
ORCHAMUSAkkadian an early Chaldean king. -----
OSAMAArabic lion like. -----
OSBEORHTAnglo Saxon divine glory. -----
OSBEORNAnglo Saxon divine bear. -----
OSCETYLAnglo Saxon divine kettle. -----
OSGARAnglo Saxon divine spear. -----
OSGODAnglo Saxon rune god. -----
OSMANArabic baby bustard. -----
OSMUNDAnglo Saxon divine protection. -----
OSULFAnglo Saxon divine wolf. -----
OSUMAREAfrican rainbow. -----
OSWEALDAnglo Saxon divine power. -----
OSWINAnglo Saxon divine friend. -----
OSWINEAnglo Saxon divine friend. -----
OTHMANArabic baby bustard. -----
OTIENOAfrican born in the evening or night. -----
OTOUGAkkadian a class of wicked spirits. -----
OWAINArthurian young warrior a knight. -----
OWITIAfrican the child that has been thrown away. -----
OYOOAfrican born on the road. -----
OZANNAArthurian a knight of the Round Table. -----
PADIAssyrian the king of Migron. -----
PAEGAAnglo Saxon small or fountain source -----
PAKIAfrican witness. -----
PAKUAkkadian Nebo. -----
PALAMEDESArthurian Sir christened Saracen knight loved Isolde.-----
PALIYAAssyrian the governor of Mazamua. -----
PALOMIDESArthurian Sir a Saracen knight son of Astlabor.-----
PAN ASSUR LAMURAssyrian a governor of Arbela. -----
PANTArthurian a king father of Lancelot. -----
PAP SUCULAssyrian an obscure Assyrian deity. -----
PAROUNAGArmenian circle circuit orbit sphere.-----
PAROUNAKArmenian circle circuit orbit-----
PARUSTAAssyrian the king of Kimaru. -----
PARZIVALArthurian Sir German Percival.-----
PASSEBREULArthurian Tristrams horse. -----
PATUBISTIAssyrian Egy. Petubastes. -----
PEDUILArabic Buduil. -----
PELLAMArthurian a king & brother of Garlon. -----
PELLEANArthurian the Maimed King. -----
PELLEASArthurian Sir lord of many isles.-----
PELLEHANArthurian son of Lambor. -----
PELLEHEMArthurian a king Percevels father or uncle . -----
PELLESArthurian father of sir Eliazar and cousin of Joseph of Arimathy.-----
PELLINOREArthurian knight of the Stranger Beast. -----
PLLUMBAlbanian pigeon. -----
PENDRAGONArthurian chief leader in war. -----
PERCEFORESTArthurian pierce forest. -----
PERCIVALArthurian Sir companion of the chalice.-----
PERCIVALEArthurian Sir Percival knight of the Round Table.-----
PERCYVELLEArthurian Sir companion of the chalice knight of the Round Table.-----
PEREDURArthurian Sir the dumb youth.-----
PERIMONESArthurian Sir The Red Knight.-----
PERPARIMAlbanian progress. -----
PER UIAfrican an obscure Ethiopian king. -----
PHELOTArthurian Sir a knight of the King of North Wales.-----
PHEREDINArthurian Sir a son of the king of Brittany.-----
PJETRAlbanian Peter rock. -----
PREKAlbanian touch. -----
PUAIMAAssyrian Puma. -----
PUDILAssyrian an early king of Assyria. -----
PUNNUAfrican a prince royal of Ethiopia. -----
QADIRArabic able capable powerful. -----
QASIMArabic distributor. -----
QAVUS GABRIArabic a king of Edom. -----
QAVUS MALKAArabic a king of Edom. -----
QENDRIMAlbanian stay. -----
QINISELAAfrican obstinate persistent. -----
QUANDAAfrican an egg. -----
QURDI ASSURAssyrian the governor of Ahizuhina. -----
QUSAYArabic distant. -----
RAADArabic RAD thunder. -----
RABBUAssyrian The Mighty. -----
RABIArabic spring. -----
RAB IZAssyrian a class of evil spirits or demons.-----
RAB SAKIAssyrian Chief Saki. -----
RAB SARISAssyrian the chief of the eunuchs. -----
RAB SUNAAssyrian general of the troops of Khitasira. -----
RACAAramaic fool. -----
RACHIMAramaic compassion. -----
RADULFAnglo Saxon red or counsel wolf. -----
RAEDWULFAnglo Saxon red or counsel wolf. -----
RAFIQArabic friend helper kind merciful. -----
RAGENALDAnglo Saxon power of judgment. -----
RAHATArabicease repose quiet.-----
RAHEEMArabic merciful. -----
RAHIMArabic merciful. -----
RAHIMAramaic compassion. -----
RAHMANArabic the merciful. -----
RAISArabic chief. -----
RAJAArabic hope prayer supplication.-----
RAKAAramaic fool. -----
RAMENAssyrian Ether. -----
RAMLAAfrican predictor of the future. -----
RAMMANAssyrian a storm god thunderer. -----
RANDULFAnglo Saxon house wolf. -----
RANULFAnglo Saxon house wolf. -----
RASHADArabic rightly guided. -----
RASHEEDArabic rightly guided. -----
RASHIDArabic rightly guided. -----
RASIMArabic one who investigates. -----
RASSUAHAssyrian a pilot in the reign of Sennacherib. -----
RASULArabic apostle. -----
RAULFAnglo Saxon house wolf. -----
RAYAMArabic an unidentified Himyaritic deity. -----
RAYNARAnglo Saxon warrior of judgment. -----
RAZAramaic secret. -----
RAZAArabic content. -----
RAZMIKArmenian fighter. -----
REFILOEAfrican we are given. -----
REUBENAfrican behold -----
REZARTAlbanian golden ray. -----
RHONGOMYANTArthurian a king Arthurs lance. -----
RHYDDERCHArthurian the exalted champion of the Christian faith. -----
RHYENCEArthurian a giant who trimmed his robe with the beards of 11 kings warrior. -----
RIADArabic garden. -----
RIAZArabic garden. -----
RICEHARDAnglo Saxon hard ruler. -----
RIDAArabic accordance complacence.-----
RIDWANArabic one who satisfies. -----
RIENCEArthurian warrior an enemy of king Arthur. -----
RILINDAlbanian regenerate revive rise. -----
RIMMON NIRARIAssyrian the son of Pudil. -----
RINORAlbanian adolescent youth. -----
RIONArthurian warrior a giant king & enemy of king Arthur. -----
RIVALENArthurian father of Tristan. -----
RIZWANArabic one who satisfies. -----
RODHAArabic an obscure Arabian deity. -----
RBAArabic needs wants. -----
RUDOAfrican love. -----
RUFAROAfrican happiness. -----
RUSAArmenian a king of Armenia. -----
RUTENDOAfrican faith. -----
RYENCEArthurian a giant king of Wales. -----
SAADIArabic fortunate. -----
SA ASSUR GUBBUAssyrian the governor of Tushan. -----
SABAArabic wine imbiber. -----
SABAAramaic the aged man. -----
SABAHArabic the dawn the morning.-----
SABAHAramaic the aged man. -----
SAC SACArabic a king of Sabaea. -----
SADAMArabic confronter -----
SADDAMArabic confronter -----
SADIArabic fortunate. -----
SADI MA TATIAssyrian Mountain of the World. -----
SAFFIREArthurian Sir brother of Palamedes.-----
SAFIArabic in health stout.-----
SAFIRArthurian Sir brother of Palomides.-----
SAGIAramaic sufficient or mighty strong.-----
SAGRAMOURArthurian Sir knight of Arthur.-----
SAGREMORArthurian Sir knight of Arthur.-----
SAHAKArmenian Isaac laughter.-----
SAIDArabic SAD lucky fortunate. -----
SAIFArabic sword. -----
SAIF AD DINArabic sword of the faith. -----
SAIFULLAHArabic sword of Allah. -----
SAJJADArabic bowing the head in adoration. -----
SAKHRArabic rock. -----
SAKIAssyrian an army chief or officer. -----
SAKUKAAssyrian a Sacan officer. -----
SALAAssyrian a deity worshipped at Ekali. -----
SALADINArabic mission of the Faith. -----
SALAHArabic mission. -----
SALAH AL DINArabic mission of the Faith. -----
SALAH EDDINArabic mission of the Faith. -----
SALAH ED DINArabic mission of the Faith. -----
SALA MAN UAssyrian a king of Moab. -----
SALEEMArabic peace safety.-----
SALEHArabic apostle or mission. -----
SALIHArabic apostle. -----
SALILArabic despicable. -----
SALIMArabic peace safety.-----
SALIMAN UZURAssyrian Shalmaneser. -----
SALMANArabic peaceful. -----
SAMAfrican heard of God. -----
SAMADArabic everlasting. -----
SAMAHArabic The Elevated. -----
SAMAHALI YANAFArabic the name of several kings of the Himyarites. -----
SAMANYAAfrican common ordinary.-----
SAMASAAssyrian a king who paid tribute to Samsi Vul. -----
SAMAS BEL UZURAssyrian the governor of Ahizuhina. -----
SAMAS ITTA LIK SUMAssyrian the Tukulu under Assur nirari I. -----
SAMAS KUMUAAssyrian a governor of Arbaha. -----
SAMAS MUKIN DURIKAssyrian the Tukulu of Assur nirari II. -----
SAMAS UPAH HARAssyrian the governor of Kirruri. -----
SAMAYDAArabic the chief of a tribe of Katoora Arabs. -----
SAMDANAssyrian Herakles the god of strength. -----
SAMDAN MALIKAssyrian Samdan is King. -----
SAMEERArabic night thoughts. -----
SAMGUNUAssyrian the brother of Dunanu. -----
SAMIArabic exalted sublime.-----
SAMIAramaic exalted sublime.-----
SAMIRArabic night thoughts. -----
SAMMUGHESAssyrian Saul is the establisher. -----
SAMSI ILAssyrian the Tartan of Shalmaneser III. Assurdan III. and Assur nirari II.-----
SAMSI VULAssyrian the name of several kings of Assyria. -----
SAMUELAfrican heard of God. -----
SANAssyrian an unidentified deity. -----
SANA SUAssyrian the king of Kipa bara taka. -----
SANDASARMIAssyrian a king of Cilicia. -----
SANGOAfrican fire the Yoruba god of thunder & lightning. -----
SARAkkadian King or Lord.-----
SARAssyrian King or Lord.-----
SARACUSAssyrian the last king of Assyria. -----
SARDANAPALUSAssyrian the heart protector. -----
SARDURIArmenian a king of Ararat. -----
SARGONAssyrian king defacto or usurper.-----
SARKISArmenian sergeant servant.-----
SAR PAT IBELAssyrian the governor of Nisibni. -----
SAR RUAssyrian The King. -----
SARUCAssyrian the last king of Assyria. -----
SAR UEMUR ANNIAssyrian a governor of Lullume. -----
SARZINAArmenian the king of a district near Lake Van. -----
SASINGUAssyrian Shishak or Sheshanka.-----
SAULMUGINAAssyrian Saul is the establisher. -----
SAVAArabic wine imbiber. -----
SAVAAramaic the aged man. -----
SAYYIDArabic a lord. -----
SBANTARADArmenian a warlike deity. -----
SEBOUHArmenian noble. -----
SEDURIArmenian a king of Ararat. -----
SEGWARIDESArthurian Sir a christened Saracen brother of Palomides.-----
SELEFERTHAnglo Saxon hall life. -----
SELWYNAnglo Saxon fitting friend. -----
SENIAssyrian the king of Dayani. -----
SENNACHERIBAssyrian Sin has multiplied her brothers. -----
SEPOUHArmenian noble. -----
SERAKHAkkadian Nirba. -----
SEVANArmenian Black Van. -----
SEVOUGArmenian black also fig. gloomy sad.-----
SEVUKArmenian black also fig. gloomy sad.-----
SHADArabic delight joy pleasure.-----
SHAFAQATArabic compassion mercy.-----
SHAFIQArabic kindness. -----
SHAGARAKTIYASHAkkadian an early Chaldean king. -----
SHAHANArmenian prince of princes overprince. -----
SHAHIRArabic celebrated famous.-----
SHAHIRAArabic celebrated famous.-----
SHAIAramaic gift offering.-----
SHAKEELArabic handsome. -----
SHAKILArabic handsome. -----
SHAKIRArabic grateful thankful.-----
SHALMANAssyrian the King of Fluids. -----
SHALMANESERAssyrian Shalman protects. -----
SHALMAN HU ASIRAssyrian Shalmaneser. -----
SHAMAAramaic hearing obedient.-----
SHAMASAkkadian the Sun. -----
SHAMASArabic The Sun. -----
SHAMASHAssyrian the sun. -----
SHAMASH BELAkkadian servant of Bel. -----
SHAMMIRArabic the king of Sabaea. -----
SHAMSH IBINAssyrian another form of Samsi Vul. -----
SHAMUL SHA MUGINAssyrian a form of Saulmugina. -----
SHANIKAAfrican young Nika or young one from the wilderness.-----
SHANTArmenian lightning. -----
SHAREEFArabic noble. -----
SHARESERAssyrian a son of Sennacherib. -----
SHARHABILArabic a king of Saba. -----
SHARIFArabic noble. -----
SHARYUKINAkkadian a mystical king of Agani. -----
SHEBAArabic Abdshems. -----
SHEDAD Arabic strong. -----
SHEDID Arabic strong. -----
SHEMSArabic the Sun. -----
SHEMSH IBINAssyrian Samsi Vul. -----
SHERAGAAramaic candle light.-----
SHIHABArabic bright stars. -----
SHKODRANAlbanian from Shkoder Scutari. -----
SHOAIBArabic the son of Dhu mahdam. -----
SHPENDAlbanian poultry . -----
SHPETIMAlbanian salvation. -----
SHRAGAAramaic candle light.-----
SHTJEFENAlbanian crown. -----
SHUKRIArabic giving thanks. -----
SI AABIAssyrian Sin rewards. -----
SIBAHEAssyrian a petty monarch. -----
SIBAHIAssyrian Shabatuk. -----
SIBBALDAnglo Saxon victory bold. -----
SIBONAKALISOAfrican an indication a sign.-----
SIDIRPARNAAssyrian Sitraphernes. -----
SIDU ERISAssyrian the governor of Rezeph. -----
SI GABRIAssyrian Sin is my champion. -----
SIGBERTAnglo Saxon victory bright. -----
SIGEBALDAnglo Saxon victory bold. -----
SIGEBEALDAnglo Saxon victory bold. -----
SIGEBEORHTAnglo Saxon victory bright. -----
SIGEBERHTAnglo Saxon victory bright. -----
SIGEFRIEDAnglo Saxon conquering peace. -----
SIGEWARDAnglo Saxon victorious guardian. -----
SIGEWEARDAnglo Saxon victorious guardian. -----
SIGWARDAnglo Saxon victorious guardian. -----
SI IDRIAssyrian Sin is my help. -----
SILIK MU LU DUGAkkadian a name of Marduk. -----
SILIK MU LU KHIAkkadian Marduk or Amarud. -----
SIMAAramaic treasure. -----
SIMAAArabic wolf hyaena. -----
SIMBAAfrican lion. -----
SIMDANArabic The Powerful. -----
SINAssyrian moon god father of Ishtar. -----
SIN AHI IRI BAAssyrian an early king of Assyria. -----
SIN SADAAssyrian Sin gasit. -----
SIN SALIM ANNIAssyrian the governor of Rezeph. -----
SIN TAGGILAssyrian the Tukulu of Tiglath Pileser II. -----
SIPHOAfrican a gift. -----
SIRASUAssyrian a king of the Singuriai. -----
SISITAkkadian Adrahasis. -----
SISUTHRUSAkkadian the Founder. -----
SITHEMBILEAfrican we have much hope. -----
SIWEARDAnglo Saxon victory guard. -----
SI ZABADIAssyrian Sin has endowed. -----
SIZWEAfrican country nation. -----
SOHAILArabic the star Canopus adored as a divinity. -----
SPUMADORArthurian the foaming one a horse of Arthurs. -----
STEPANArmenian Stephen crown.-----
SUHAILArabic Canopus. -----
SUHAYLArabic Canopus. -----
SUKULU RABUAssyrian Great Attendant. -----
SULAIMANArabic Solomon peaceful.-----
SULAYMANArabic Solomon peaceful.-----
SULPA UDDUAssyrian The Messenger of the Rising Sun. -----
SULTANArabic a ruler. -----
SUMAAssyrian a king of the Cinucai or Kinuka. -----
SUMAIAkkadian an early Chaldee astronomer. -----
SWAYNAnglo Saxon a boy lad.-----
SWEYNAnglo Saxon a boy lad.-----
TABU SAR ASSURAssyrian the great Tukulu under Tiglath Pileser I. and Sargon II. -----
TABU ZILLI ZARAAssyrian the prefect of Assur. -----
TAFADZWAAfrican we are pleased. -----
TAFARIAfrican first born. -----
TAGGIL ANA BELAssyrian the governor of Nisibin. -----
TAHIRArabic clean immaculate.-----
TAITIArabic a Libyan chief Didi. -----
TAKVORArmenian king. -----
TALIAAramaic lamb. -----
TALIAHAramaic lamb. -----
TALIBArabic student. -----
TALIBAArabic student. -----
TALIBAHArabic student. -----
TALLWCHArthurian rolling torrent the father of Drystan. -----
TALMAIAramaic furrowed. -----
TALYAAramaic lamb. -----
TAMIKAAfrican a twin. -----
TAMZIAssyrian the Sun of Life. -----
TANIELArmenian Daniel Gods judge. -----
TAONGAAfrican we are grateful. -----
TAPIWAAfrican plunderer ravager .-----
TAREKArabic night comer. -----
TARIQArabic night comer. -----
TAR QUAssyrian Tirhakah. -----
TAR ZI HUAssyrian the king of Maziravus. -----
TATENDAAfrican we give thanks. -----
TATEOSArmenian confession praise thanksgiving Thaddeus.-----
TAUAfrican lion. -----
TAULANTAlbanian of the Taulantii. -----
TAUMAAramaic twin. -----
TAWFIQArabic grace guidance favour of God good success.-----
TAYMIArabic the local deity of the town of Taym. -----
TEHARArabic the father of Abiyateh and Aimu. -----
TEITHIArthurian son of Gwynham. -----
TELALAkkadian warrior. -----
TEMITOPEAfrican thanksgiving to God. -----
TENDAIAfrican thankful. -----
TEODORArmenian divine gift. -----
THABOAfrican joy. -----
THADDAIAramaic breast. -----
THANNYROSArabic a king of Libya. -----
THEIRArabic Tehar. -----
THEMBAAfrican great in size very stout. -----
THEODBEALDAnglo Saxon people bold. -----
THORWEALDAnglo Saxon Thors power. -----
THUNORAnglo Saxon UNOR thunder. -----
THURGISAnglo Saxon Thors hostage. -----
THURWEALDAnglo Saxon Thors power. -----
THURWOLDAnglo Saxon Thors power. -----
TICHAONAAfrican we shall see. -----
TIGLATHAssyrian Takarut. -----
TIGULTI NINIPAssyrian a king of Assyria who conquered all Babylonia. -----
TIHOMIRAlbanian silent peace. -----
TIMAIAramaic honorable or unclean . -----
TINASHEAfrican the Lord is with us. -----
TIRIDATESArmenian given by Tira. -----
TIR UTURAkkadian an early Amardian or Cassite deity. -----
TITAMASCAArmenian a king of the Samasai. -----
TIWAnglo Saxon thunder. -----
TIZKARUIQBIAssyrian a governor of Nineveh. -----
TOBBA SHARAHBILArabic the successor of Dhamarali Bayyin. -----
TOLMAIAramaic furrowed. -----
TOM A LINCOLNArthurian a son of Arthur. -----
TOMAAssyrian twin. -----
TORArthurian Sir 1st knight of the Round Table.-----
TRDATArmenian given by Tira. -----
TREVRIZENTArthurian a wise hermit who becomes Parzivals teacher & confessor. -----
TRISTANArthurian Sir a knight and advisor to king Arthur.-----
TRISTRAMArthurian Sir son of Meliodas.-----
TSEAfrican second born of twin brothers. -----
TUBAHALAssyrian a king of Zidon. -----
TUFAILArabic mediation. -----
TUFAYLArabic mediation. -----
TUGULTI NINIPAssyrian the name of two kings of Assyria. -----
TUGULTI PAL ESIRAssyrian Tiglath Pileser I. -----
TUKLAT SAMDANAssyrian Tugulti ninip. -----
TUKULLUAssyrian a privy councillor. -----
TUKULTI PAL ZARAAssyrian Tiglath Pileser I. -----
TURGALAssyrian Great Chief. -----
TURQUINEArthurian a rogue knight. -----
TURTAKAkkadian the god of the river Tigris. -----
TWRCH TRWYTHArthurian a formidable boar hunted by Arthur. -----
UBARATUTUAkkadian worshipper of the god Tutu. -----
UCCUMUAssyrian a divine dog of Marduk. -----
UCHTRYDArthurian an attendant or warrior of Arthur. -----
UDAKIAssyrian the king of Minni. -----
UDOAfrican peace. -----
UKANIAkkadian the father of Mu sal lim maruduk. -----
UKBAAramaic supplanter. -----
UUBUAssyrian reward. -----
UL KHUM KHUMAkkadian the Sultry. -----
ULLU SUNUAssyrian the son of Iranzi. -----
UMARArabic cultivated abundant rich.-----
UN AMUNUAssyrian Un amen. -----
UNATHIAfrican the Lord is with us. -----
UNWINEAnglo Saxon friend of the gods or Huns. -----
URAssyrian The God of the Foundation. -----
URASAssyrian God of Light. -----
URDAMANIAssyrian Rut amen. -----
URHAMMUAkkadian Light of the Sun. -----
URHAMSIAkkadian the boatman and friend of Izdubar. -----
URIENArthurian a king of Gore heavenly. -----
URIENSArthurian king of Gore Morgan le Fays husband. -----
URSAArmenian a king of Armenia. -----
URTAALArabic The Supreme Light. -----
URTSAArmenian a king of Armenia. -----
URZAArmenian Ursa king of Ararat or Armenia.-----
URZA HAArmenian Urza or Ursa. -----
URZANAArmenian the king of Muzazir in Ararat.-----
USAMAArabic lion like. -----
USAMAHArabic lion like. -----
USMANArabic baby bustard. -----
USSURAssyrian Adar. -----
UTHERArthurian horrid king Arthurs father. -----
UTHMANArabic baby bustard. -----
UTULTARAkkadian the Light of the Heavenly Spark. -----
UWAINEArthurian Sir son of king Uriens. -----
UZOMAAfrican good manners. -----
VACHEArmenian cow. -----
VAHAKNArmenian a god of war. -----
VAHAKUArmenian the son of Tigranes. -----
VAHANArmenian buckler. -----
VAITEHArabic the name of two kings of the Arabs. -----
VALDRINAlbanian wave . -----
VALERINArthurian healthy a king who abducts Guinevere. -----
VALLIAssyrian the son of Ahsera. -----
VALMIRAlbanian good wave. -----
VANADOURArmenian giver of shelter hospitaler. -----
VANAGANArmenian conventual. -----
VANAKANArmenian conventual. -----
VANATOURArmenian giver of shelter hospitaler. -----
VARAKArmenian raven. -----
VAROUJANArmenian martial bird the raven. -----
VARTANArmenian giver of roses. -----
VARTAVARArmenian flaming of the rose. -----
VASAGArmenian Adoni lord.-----
VASAKArmenian Adoni lord.-----
VASILISAlbanian kingly. -----
VETONAlbanian lightning. -----
VJOSAAlbanian east. -----
VORTIGERNArthurian great lord or man prince.-----
VORTIMERArthurian a son of Vortigern. -----
VREJArmenian vengeance. -----
VULAssyrian Rimmon. -----
VUL BEL UKINAssyrian the governor in the reign of Assurnirari II. and Tiglath Pileser II. -----
VUL MUSAM MIRAssyrian a governor of Kalzi. -----
VUL NIRARIAssyrian the name of several kings of Assyria. -----
VUL U BALLADAssyrian the governor of Rimuri. -----
WABUArabic a usurper. -----
WADAAnglo Saxon to ford. -----
WADDArabic a deity of the Himyarites. -----
WADEAnglo Saxon ford meadow.-----
WAFAArabic complete fulfil. -----
WAFIArabic complete fulfil. -----
WAHABA IL YAHATArabic an early Himyaritic monarch. -----
WAHEBArabic bestower of benefits. -----
WAHEEDArabic unique. -----
WAHHABArabic bestower of benefits. -----
WAHIDArabic one. -----
WALDHEREAnglo Saxon powerful warrior. -----
WALGANUSArthurian hawk of battle Gwalchmai. -----
WALIDArabic procreator. -----
WASEEFArabic young man servant. -----
WASIArabic spacious. -----
WASIFArabic young man servant. -----
WASIMArabic beautiful elegant handsome. -----
WASSAAnglo Saxon satyr . -----
WASSWAAfrican first born of twins. -----
WATHILArabic the son of Himyar. -----
WATR IL DHARAHArabic the son of Yadhar Malik. -----
WEALDHEREAnglo Saxon powerful warrior. -----
WEKESAAfrican born during harvest . -----
WIBERTAnglo Saxon war bright. -----
WIGBEORHTAnglo Saxon war bright. -----
WIGBERTAnglo Saxon war bright. -----
WIGHEARDAnglo Saxon war hard. -----
WIGMUNDAnglo Saxon war protection. -----
WIGSTANAnglo Saxon war stone. -----
WILBEORHTAnglo Saxon will bright. -----
WILFRIDAnglo Saxon resolute peace. -----
WILFRITHAnglo Saxon resolute peace. -----
WILHEARDAnglo Saxon resolute and stern. -----
WILLARDAnglo Saxon resolute and stern. -----
WIMUNDAnglo Saxon war protection. -----
XATHRITESAssyrian Phraortes. -----
XHEMAILAlbanian perfection . -----
YADAIL BAYYINArabic a king of the Himyarites. -----
YADAIL DHALIArabic a king of the Himyarites. -----
YADAIL DHARAH IArabic a king of the Himyarites. -----
YADAIL WATRArabic a king of the Himyarites. -----
YADHAR MALIKArabic a Himyaritic sovereign. -----
YAFARArabic the king of Sabaea. -----
YAGHUTHArabic Fire. -----
YAH LUAssyrian Vaiteh. -----
YAH TAAssyrian Vaiteh. -----
YAHUAAssyrian Jehu. -----
YAHU HAZIAssyrian Ahaz king of Judah.-----
YAHYAArabic John. -----
YAKRAB MALIK WATRArabic a king of the Himyarites. -----
YALAArabic the son of Hasan. -----
YAMINArabic right. -----
YARUBArabic the son of Kahtan. -----
YASHDJOBArabic the son of Yarub. -----
YASIRArabic little small. -----
YASSERArabic little small. -----
YATA AMIRArabic a king of Sabaea. -----
YATAL BAYYINArabic a petty king of Saba. -----
YATHAArabic Saviour God. -----
Yatha Amir WatrArabic a king of the Himyarites. -----
Yath Amir BayyinArabic the name of two kings of the Himyarites. -----
YAU HAZIAssyrian Ahaz king of Judah.-----
YAUKArabic a Sabaean god of the sun. -----
YAUTAHArabic Vaiteh. -----
YAVAssyrian The Inundator. -----
Y AWAfrican born on Thursday. -----
YDERArthurian Sir knight and counsellor to king Arthur.-----
YESHUAAramaic Jehovah is salvation. -----
YLLIAlbanian star. -----
YOUSEFArabic Joseph. -----
YOUSSEFArabic Joseph. -----
YSPADDADENArthurian giant father of Olwen. -----
YUEINSArthurian young warrior a knight. -----
YUNUSArabic Jonah dove. -----
YUSEFArabic Joseph. -----
YUSHUAArabic Joshua. -----
YUSSUFArabic Joseph. -----
YUSUFArabic Joseph. -----
YVAINArthurian Sir knight of the Round Table.-----
YVAINEArthurian son of Urien. -----
YWAINArthurian young warrior a knight. -----
YWAINEArthurian Sir a son of Urien young warrior.-----
YWAITEArabic Vaiteh. -----
ZAB ANUAssyrian a king of the country of the Zuzarurai. -----
ZAB DANUAssyrian the brother of Nabu bal idinna. -----
ZABELAssyrian a king of the country of the Dimamai. -----
ZABUAkkadian an early Chaldean monarch ruling at Sippara. -----
ZAB VULAssyrian a chief of the district of Dagara. -----
ZADIGArmenian Easter. -----
ZADKIELAssyrian a governor of Tushan. -----
ZAHIArabic from Zah -----
ZAHIDArabic abstinent religious an ascetic.-----
ZAHIRArabic aide helper protector. -----
ZAIDArabic growth surplus.-----
ZAIDUAkkadian the Hunter. -----
ZAINArabic adorning. -----
ZAKIArabic virtuous. -----
ZAMANArabic Time. -----
ZAMIRAlbanian good voice. -----
ZAMIRArabic a singer. -----
ZANASARNAAssyrian the king of Pardukka. -----
ZAYDArabic growth surplus.-----
ZAYNArabic adorning. -----
ZAZANAssyrian the governor of Billati. -----
ZEFAlbanian addition. -----
ZEITUNArabic olive. -----
ZHIRAYRArmenian hard working. -----
ZIAArabic clearness glare luminary. -----
ZIADArabic growth. -----
ZICUAkkadian the Heaven. -----
ZILLI BELAssyrian a king of Gaza. -----
ZILLI ISTARAssyrian a governor of Arbela. -----
ZIRA BANIAssyrian an officer in the reign of Sargon II. -----
ZIYAArabic clearness glare luminary.-----
ZIYADArabic growth. -----
ZOLAAfrican to love. -----
ZORAVARArmenian general. -----
ZUBERIAfrican strong. -----
ZUHALArabic the planet Saturn adored as a deity. -----
ZULFAQARArabic divider split pointed sword.-----
ZULFIKARArabic divider split pointed sword.-----
ZULFIQARArabic divider split pointed sword.-----
ZURIAfrican handsome. -----
AZRAILArabic help of God. -----
ABDI ILIBabylonianservant of God.-----
ABILKISUBabylonianson of Kisu.-----
ABI MARASBabylonianmy father is sick.-----
ABIL ILIBabylonianson of God.-----
ABIL ILISHUBabylonianson of his god.-----
ABIL ISHTARBabylonianson of Ishtar.-----
ABIL KUBIBabylonianson of the kubu.-----
ABILSINBabylonianson of Sin.-----
ABU WAQARBabylonianthe father is dear.-----
ABUMBabylonianfather.-----
ADADANUBabylonianAdad Anu.-----
ADAPABabyloniana fisherman a son of Ea.-----
ADAR MALIKBabylonianAdar is prince or Adar is fire king.-----
ADINIBabyloniandevoted to Ni Neith .-----
ADIURBabyloniandevoted to Ur.-----
ADRAHASISBabyloniangreat intelligence i.e. the Sage.-----
AGROTESBabylonianthe Pan of the Greeks.-----
AGUKAKRIMIBabylonianAgu the Maker of Brilliance.-----
AGURAGASBabylonianmoon derived or from the moon -----
AHI KILIMBabyloniansee my brother.-----
AHIMELEKBabylonianbrother of a king.-----
AHIYABABABabylonianassistant alarm.-----
AHUNIBabylonianour brother.-----
AHUSHINABabyloniantheir brother.-----
AKKIBabylonianthe irrigator.-----
ALALABabylonianconsort of Belili.-----
ALAMBabylonianthe shadow or the image.-----
ALAPAROSBabylonianbull of light . Seth .-----
ALLAMUBabylonianthe omniscient.-----
ALMELONBabylonianthe third antediluvian king of Babylon. Enos -----
ALOROSBabylonianram of light.-----
ALORUSBabylonianram of light. Adam -----
AMARSINBabylonianeffulgence of Sin.-----
AMATNIMBabylonianan early Babylonian king.-----
AMELAGARBabylonianthe fifth antediluvian king of Babylon.-----
AMEMPSINBabylonianthe eighth antediluvian king of Babylon. Methuselah .-----
AMILANUBabylonianan official scribe in the reign of Gamilsin.-----
AMMENONBabylonianthe fourth antediluvian king of Babylon.-----
AMMIDIKAGABabylonianan early Babylonian king.-----
AMMI DITANABabylonianmy uncle is a leader.-----
BELSAMILICAPIBabyloniana very early Babylonian king.-----
BEL SAMUBabylonianan early Chaldean king.-----
BEL SARRA UZURBabylonianBel protect the King.-----
BEL SHAR UZZURBabylonianBel protect the king.-----
BEL SUM ISCUNBabylonianan early Chaldean astronomer.-----
BELZARBIBabyloniana form of the deity Bel.-----
BEROSUSBabylonianSaviour.-----
BOKTNASSARBabylonianNabu kudur uzur.-----
BULLUDHUBabylonianan early Chaldean astronomer.-----
BUNENEBabylonianattendant on the sun god.-----
BURNABURYASBabylonianthe name of two early kings of Babylonia.-----
BUVALUBabylonianthe Giant.-----
BUZUR SA DI RABIBabylonianthe pilot of the ark.-----
CAGAGILGATIBabylonianthe Pole star as a god.-----
CHINZIRUSBabylonianKinziru.-----
CHOSMASBELUSBabylonianShamash Bel.-----
CITBabylonianthe sun god of the Cassites.-----
DAGANBabylonian The exalted one an earth god.-----
DAKHEBabylonian and DAKHOS the the issue of Apason and Tauthe.-----
DAKURIBabylonianson of the crusher.-----
DAONBabylonianthe sixth antediluvian king of Babylon.-----
DAPINUBabylonianMercury.-----
DIBBARRABabyloniangod of war and pestilence.-----
DIPTIBabylonianan early Amardian or Cassite deity.-----
DIRBabyloniana name of the deity Marduk.-----
DUNGIBabylonianan early king of Babylonia.-----
DUNNUSAIDUBabylonianDungi king of Ur.-----
DUR I GALZUBabyloniananother form of Kurigalzu.-----
DUZIBabylonianthe Son of Life.-----
EABabylonian house of water the Lord of the sea.-----
ENMEDURANKIBabyloniana mythical king of Sippar.-----
ETANABabyloniana deified hero.-----
EVIL MERODACHBabylonianMan of Marduk.-----
GADATASBabyloniana Babylonian conspirator.-----
GAGABabyloniana messenger god.-----
GAHALBabylonianthe father of Suzub.-----
GALBabylonianthe Great.-----
GALLAMTA UDDUABabylonianHe who goes forth in Strength.-----
GAMIL NINIPBabylonianbenefit of Ninip.-----
GAMIL SINBabylonianbenefit of Sin.-----
KHAMOURABIBabylonianThe Great Family.-----
KHANNI CITBabylonianan early king of Amardia.-----
KINELADANBabylonianAssurbanipal.-----
KINELADANOSBabylonianAssurbanipal.-----
KINELADANUSBabylonianAssurbanipal.-----
KINGUBabyloniana demon.-----
KINZIRUBabyloniana king of Sape and Babylonia.-----
KIR SHAMASHBabylonianan Elamite deity.-----
KISSAREBabylonianthe father of the first triad of gods.-----
KURIBATTARAYABabylonianLord of Sheep.-----
KURIGALZUBabylonianthe name of two or three early kings of Babylonia.-----
LaborosoarchodBabyloniana king of Babylon.-----
LABYNETUSBabylonianNebo is Majestic.-----
LAKHMUBabylonianearly ancestor of the gods.-----
LIBIT NANABabylonianWork of Anunit.-----
LIDAN GULABabylonianOffspring of Gula.-----
LIDUNNAMUBabyloniana Chaldean officer.-----
LIK BA GASBabyloniananother name for king Urukh.-----
LUGAL MARADABabylonianking of Marad.-----
MAKRUBabyloniana name of the deity Marduk.-----
MARDUKBabylonian son of the chamber the patron deity of Babylon.-----
MAR SIPPARBabyloniana Sipparite.-----
Maruduk balad su iqbiBabylonianMarduk proclaims his Life.-----
Maruduk bal idinnaBabylonianMarduk a Son has given.-----
Maruduk bel usateBabylonianthe foster brother of Maruduk zikur izkir.-----
Maruduk bel uzurBabylonianthe governor of Amida.-----
Maruduk mu damikBabylonianMarduk the Prosperer.-----
Maruduk nadin ahiBabylonianMarduk has given a Brother.-----
MARUDUK SADUABabylonianthe governor of Sallat.-----
Maruduk salim anniBabylonianMarduk to me is Peace.-----
Maruduk sapik zirratBabyloniana king of Babylon.-----
Maruduk zikur izkurBabylonianMarduk proclaims Renown.-----
MERODACHBabylonianMarduk.-----
MERODACH BALADANBabylonianthe son of Yagina.-----
MERODACH BAL UZURBabylonianthe governor of Amida.-----
MERODAK MU BASABabylonianan early Chaldean astronomer.-----
MESISIMARDOCHBabyloniana rebel king of Babylon.-----
MILIK HARBATBabylonianNis Belu.-----
MILI SIHUBabylonianthe successor of Nazirudas.-----
Misa nana kal ammiBabylonianan early Chaldean priest king.-----
NAZI RUDASBabylonianan early king of Babylonia.-----
NEBOBabylonian the prophet the planet Mercury.-----
NEBO PAL ASSARBabylonianNabu pal uzur.-----
NEBO ZUCIPUNUBabylonianthe son of the astronomer Merodak mu basa.-----
NEBUCHADNEZZARBabylonianO Nebo protect my crown.-----
NEBUCHADREZZARBabylonianthe son of Nabopolassar.-----
NERGALBabyloniana dunghill cock.-----
NERGAL EDIRBabylonianan early Chaldean astronomer.-----
Nergal sar ussurBabylonianNergal protects the king.-----
NERIGLISSARBabylonianNergal sar ussur.-----
NIN GAL IDINABabyloniana king of Ur.-----
NIN GIRSUBabyloniangod warrior of Bel.-----
NINIBBabyloniangod of war.-----
NINIPBabyloniangod of war.-----
NIN RIDUBabylonianan early Chaldean deity.-----
NIS BELUBabylonianMan of Bel.-----
NURVALBabylonianan early Babylonian king.-----
NUSKUBabyloniana fire god the firstborn of En lil.-----
ORCHAMUSBabylonianan early Chaldean king.-----
OTIARTESBabylonianthe ninth antediluvian king.-----
PAHAS BELBabylonianthe governor of Amida.-----
PUTUR SINBabylonianloosen oh Sin -----
RAMMANBabyloniana storm god thunderer .-----
RI IS VULBabylonianthe last king of Apirak.-----
RIM AGUBabylonianan early Babylonian king.-----
RIMSINBabylonianthe last king of Larsa.-----
SADUDUBabylonianthe king of the Suhites.-----
SAGA SALTIYASBabylonianan early king of Babylonia.-----
SAMAS IBNIBabyloniana king of the Dakkuri.-----
SAMAS SUM UKINBabylonianordained civil servant.-----
SAMOULSAMOUKENBabylonianSaulmugina.-----
SAMSI LUNABabylonianan early king of Babylonia.-----
SAOSDUCHINUSBabylonianordained civil servant.-----
SARBabylonianKing or Lord.-----
SARDANAPALUSBabylonianthe heart protector.-----
SARGINABabylonianan early almost mythical king.-----
SAR ILIBabylonianKing of the Gods.-----
SARKIMUNABabylonianan unidentified deity.-----
SAR TUDABabyloniana deity worshipped in Urukh.-----
SHAGARAKTIYASHBabylonianan early Chaldean king.-----
AMMI ZADUGABabylonianmy uncle is righteous.-----
AMUKKANBabylonianthe father of Kinziru.-----
AMURUMBabylonianI saw.-----
ANA SIN EMIDBabylonianI trust in Sin -----
ANNUNNAKIBabylonianGods of the Earth.-----
ANOSBabylonianthe son of Kissare and Assoros.-----
ANSHARBabylonianearly ancestor of the gods.-----
ANUBabylonian the sky god of heaven.-----
ANU MALIKBabylonianAnu is prince Anammelech.-----
ANUNNAKIBabylonianthe gods of earth.-----
AOSBabylonianthe father of the demiurgus Bel.-----
APASONBabylonianApsu the watery deep.-----
APSUBabyloniangod of the watery deep.-----
ARAKHUBabylonianthe son of Haldita.-----
ARALUBabyloniannether world.-----
ARDATESBabylonianUbaratutu.-----
ARDI EABabyloniana ferryman.-----
ARDORACHBabylonianthe seventh antediluvian king of Babylon.-----
ARDUSINBabylonianan early king of Babylonia.-----
ARUABabyloniana king of the country of Cindutausi.-----
ASARDINBabylonianAssur is judge.-----
ASSOROSBabylonianbrother and husband of Kissare.-----
ATHTORBabylonianDHU KABDH Athtor of the East.-----
BAALBabylonianLord.-----
ATHTORBabylonianDHU YAHRAK Athtor of Yahrak.-----
AVILBabylonianKUSH man of Kush.-----
AWIL ILIBabylonianman of god.-----
AWIL ISHTARBabylonianman of Ishtar.-----
AWIL NABIUMBabylonianman of Nabium.-----
AWIL NANNARBabylonianman of Nannar.-----
AZAG NANNARBabylonianNannar is shining.-----
BAALBabylonianLord of the Earth lord master or, possessor .-----
BALASIBabylonianan early Chaldean astronomer.-----
BALASUBabylonianthe father of Nabu salim.-----
BELBabylonianLord of the Earth lord master or, possessor .-----
BELBALIDINABabylonianthe general of Nabubalidina.-----
BELESISBabylonianBalasi.-----
BELIBNIBabyloniana Chaldean officer.-----
BELLABARISRUKBabyloniana chief of the Magi and a king of Babylon.-----
BELTESHAZZARBabylonianBel is the keeper of secrets.-----
GANDUBabylonianthe father of the earliest writer of Cuneiform tablets.-----
GIBILBabyloniana fire god.-----
GILGAMESHBabylonianhero of the epic Gilgamesh.-----
GOBRYASBabyloniana Babylonian conspirator.-----
GUDEABabylonianan early Chaldean king.-----
GUNGUNNUBabylonianan early Babylonian king.-----
HABANBabylonianthe father of Yanzu.-----
HALDITABabylonianthe father of the rebel Arakhu.-----
HAMMURABIBabylonianThe Great Family.-----
HARBISHIHUBabylonianan early Babylonian king.-----
HASIS ADRABabyloniananother form of Adrahasis.-----
HASSIMIRBabylonianthe viceroy of Isbaggi.-----
HEABANIBabylonianCreation of Hea.-----
HEA MUKIN ZIRABabylonianHea the Establisher of Seed.-----
IBILSINBabylonianan early Babylonian king of Ur.-----
IDADUBabylonianan early Chaldean king of Ridu.-----
IGIGIBabylonianthe strong ones.-----
ILGIBabylonianan early Chaldean monarch.-----
ILLINOSBabylonianthe son of Kissare and Assoros.-----
ILUBabylonianGod.-----
ILU KASSATBabylonianan early Chaldean king.-----
IMMERTUMBabylonianlamb.-----
IRABabyloniana god of pestilence.-----
IRIBA MARUDUKBabylonianan early king of Babylonia.-----
IRIB BINBabylonianthe successor of Shalmaneser II.-----
IRIGIBELBabyloniana rebel Babylonian chief.-----
IRSHUSINBabylonianan early Babylonian monarch.-----
ISBI BAR RABabylonianan early Babylonian king.-----
ISHUMBabyloniana solar deity.-----
ISMI DAGANBabylonianDagan Heard.-----
ISTAR SU MES SESBabylonianan early Chaldean astronomer.-----
ITTI BELBabylonianwith Bel.-----
IVABabylonianPrince of the power of the air.-----
IZDUBARBabylonianMass of Fire.-----
KANDALANUBabylonianAssurbanipal.-----
KARA BELBabylonianan early king.-----
KARA HARDASBabylonianan early king.-----
KARA INDASBabylonianking of Babylonia and of the Kassi.-----
KASSU NADIN AHUBabylonianan early Chaldean king.-----
KHA HEABabylonianThe Fish of Hea.-----
MOUMISBabylonianthe waters.-----
MULAGUNNUNABabylonianan early Chaldean king.-----
MURANUBabylonianlittle lion.-----
MURDUSBabylonianKharbat a Kassite deity.-----
Mu sal lim marudukBabylonianthe son of Ukani.-----
NABO BAL ATIR RIBBabylonianthe father of Nabonahid.-----
NABONAHIDBabylonianNebo is Majestic.-----
NABONASSARBabylonianNabu nazir.-----
NABONIDUSBabylonianNabonahid.-----
NABOPALASSARBabylonianNebo protects my son.-----
NABUBabylonian the prophet the planet Mercury.-----
NABUABabylonianan early Chaldean astronomer.-----
NABU BAL IDINNABabyloniana king of Babylonia.-----
NABU BEL SHUMBabylonianNebo bel zikri.-----
NABU BEL UZURBabylonianNebo protect the Lord.-----
NabuchodrosserBabylonianson of Nabonadius.-----
NABU DIM TIRBabyloniana relative of Merodach Baladan.-----
NABU EKHI ERBABabylonianan early Chaldean astronomer.-----
NABU IKBIBabylonianan early Chaldean astronomer.-----
NABU KUDUR UZURBabylonianNebuchadnezzar I.-----
NABU Kudurri UzurBabylonianO Nebo defend my crown.-----
NABU KUDUR YUT SURBabylonianan early Chaldean astronomer.-----
NABU KUDU ZURBabylonianthe son of Nabonahid.-----
NABU KULLANIBabylonianan early Chaldean astronomer.-----
NABU MU SET SIBabylonianan early Chaldean astronomer.-----
NABU NAZIRBabyloniana late king of Babylonia.-----
NABU SALIMBabylonianthe son of Balasu.-----
NABU SHA PIK ZIRBabylonianNabu zikir iskun.-----
NABU U SABSIBabyloniana Chaldean chief.-----
NABU ZAR ADANBabylonianthe general of the Chaldean army of Nabukuduruzur.-----
NABU ZIKIR ISKUNBabyloniana king of Babylonia.-----
Nabu zir napis ti esirBabyloniana son of king Merodach Baladan.-----
NADITABIRUSBabyloniangift of Bel.-----
NAHID MARUDUKBabylonianthe son of Merodach Baladan.-----
NAMTARBabyloniana god of pestilence.-----
NANNARBabyloniana moon god.-----
NARAM SINBabylonianbeloved of Sin.-----
NARAMSINBabylonianHe who exalts Sin.-----
NAZARATUSBabylonianthe priest who instructed Pythagoras.-----
NAZI BUGASBabyloniana king Babylonia.-----
SHAMASBabylonianThe Sun.-----
SHAMASHBabylonianThe Sun.-----
SHAMASH BELBabylonianservant of Bel.-----
SHARYUKINBabyloniana mystical king of Agani.-----
SHEMESHBabylonianthe son of Ningal.-----
SHUKURABabyloniancomfort or comforter .-----
SIBIBabylonian seven an unrivaled warrior god.-----
SIBRIBabyloniana king of Babylonia.-----
SIGEBabylonianthe Heaven.-----
SILANIBabylonianthe father of Nabu u sabsi.-----
SILIK MU LU DUGBabylonianMarduk or Amarud.-----
SILIK MU LU KHIBabylonianMarduk or Amarud.-----
SIM MA SIHUBabylonianan early king of Babylonia.-----
SIMTI SIL HAKBabylonianan early Babylonian king.-----
SINBabylonianmoon god father of Ishtar.-----
SIN BALADANBabylonianan early Babylonian monarch.-----
SIN GASITBabylonianan early king of Urukh.-----
SIN IDINNABabylonianan early monarch.-----
SIN INUNBabylonianan early king.-----
SIN ISHMEANNIBabylonianSin has heard me.-----
SIN MAT IKALIBabylonianan executioner.-----
SIN SAIDBabylonianSin is his Lord.-----
SISITBabylonianAdrahasis.-----
SUMAIBabylonianan early Chaldean astronomer.-----
SUTUR CITBabylonianan early king of Amardia.-----
SUZUBBabylonianthe son of Gahul.-----
TAMMUZBabylonian the sun of life a god of vegetation.-----
TAMZIBabylonianthe Sun of Life.-----
TIR UTURBabylonianan early Amardian or Cassite deity.-----
TASSI GURU BARBabylonianan early king of Babylonia.-----
TUBabylonianthe Babylonian god of death.-----
UBARATUTUBabylonianworshipper of the god Tutu.-----
ULAMBURYASBabylonianan early king.-----
ULAM KHALABabylonianOffspring of Gula.-----
ULBASURKIDINABabylonianthe name of the successor of Nergal sar usser.-----
UL KHUM KHUMBabylonianThe Sultry.-----
UMMIAH ZIRITIBabylonianan early king of the Kassites.-----
URBabylonianThe God of the Foundation.-----
URASBabylonianGod of Light.-----
URHAMMUBabylonianLight of the Sun.-----
URHAMSIBabylonianthe boatman and friend of Izdubar.-----
URUKHBabylonianservant of Acu the Moon god.-----
UTULTARBabylonianThe Light of the Heavenly Spark.-----
VA ANNABabylonianthe Turanian name of king Bel samu.-----
VUL PAL IDINNABabylonianan early Babylonian king.-----
YANZUBabylonianthe son of Haban.-----
ZABUBabylonianan early Chaldean monarch ruling at Sippara.-----
ZAIDUBabylonianThe Hunter.-----
ZAMAMABabyloniana warrior sun god.-----
Zamama zikur idinnaBabylonianan early king of Babylonia.-----
ZAMANABabyloniana deity to whom king Hammurabi erected a Ziggurrat called The Tower of the Country.-----
ZICUBabylonianthe Heaven.-----
ZIKAR SINBabylonianServant of Sin.-----
ZUBabyloniana storm god in the form of a bird.-----
ZUR SINBabylonianan early king ruling at Ur.-----
ABARRONBasquefather of a multitude.-----
AINGERUBasqueangel messenger.-----
ATORBasquefather.-----
ALESANDERBasquedefender of man.-----
ANDERBasqueman warrior.-----
ANTTONBasqueinvaluable.-----
APALBasquehumble.-----
ARESTIBasquemountain conqueror.-----
ASENTZIOBasqueAscension.-----
BALENDINBasquehealthy.-----
BAREABasquefrom Barea.-----
BASA JAUNBasqueforest lord.-----
BELASCOBasqueson of the raven.-----
BEATBasquebear strong.-----
BERNATBasquebear strong.-----
BINGENBasqueconquering.-----
BITTORBasqueconqueror.-----
BIXENTEBasqueconquering victory.-----
DANELBasqueGod s judge.-----
DOMEKABasqueSunday child.-----
EDORTABasquerich guard.-----
EDRIGUBasquecouncil commander.-----
EKAITZBasquestorm.-----
ELAZARBasquewhose help is God.-----
ELIBasquemy God and ascension height.-----
ENDIKABasquehome ruler.-----
ENECOBasquefiery.-----
ERRAMUNBasquecouncil protection.-----
ESTEBEBasquecrown.-----
GABIRELBasquehero or man of God.-----
GAIZKABasquesavior.-----
GEROBasquecoming one.-----
GORKABasquefarmer husbandman.-----
GOTZONBasqueangel.-----
GUERECHENBasquethanks.-----
IMANOLBasquewith us God.-----
IIGOBasquefiery.-----
IONBasqueJehovah s gift or grace.-----
IZARBasquestar.-----
JAKOMEBasquesupplanter.-----
JOANESBasqueJehovah s gift or grace.-----
JOKINBasque whom Jehovah has set up.-----
JOSEBABasqueaddition or Jehovah will add.-----
JULENBasquesoft haired downy cheeked.-----
KOLDOBasquefamous war.-----
KOLDOBIKABasquefamous war.-----
LERTXUNBasqueaspen tree populus tremula .-----
LIZARDIBasquegrove of ash trees.-----
MARKELBasqueof Mars.-----
MARKOBasqueof Mars.-----
MATTINBasqueof Mars.-----
MIKELBasquewho is like God-----
MITXELBasquewho is like God-----
NIKOLABasquevictor of the people.-----
PATXIBasqueFrenchman or free.-----
PAULOBasquesmall.-----
SALBATOREBasquesavior.-----
SENDOABasquestrong.-----
TODORBasquedivine gift.-----
TUBALBasqueiron or metal.-----
TXOMINBasqueSunday child.-----
UMEABasquethe child.-----
XABIERBasquesplendid.-----
XALBADORBasquesavior.-----
XARLESBasquemale or manly.-----
XAVIARBasquesplendid.-----
XAVIERBasquesplendid.-----
XEMENBasqueobedient.-----
XIMUNBasqueobedient.-----
YORGEBasquefarmer husbandman.-----
YULIBasquesoft haired or downy cheeked.-----
ZERUBasqueheaven.-----
ZIGORBasquepunisher.-----
ZUHAITZBasqueoak tree.-----
ZURIBasquewhite.-----
ALEKSANDARBulgariandefender of man.-----
ANDONBulgarianinestimable.-----
ANDREYBulgarianman warrior.-----
ANDRIANBulgarianman warrior.-----
ANTONBulgarian inestimable.-----
ANTONIBulgarianinestimable.-----
ANZHELOBulgarianangel messenger.-----
APOSTOLBulgarianapostle messenger.-----
ATANASBulgarianundying.-----
BAGATURBulgarianthe hero.-----
BOGDANBulgarianGod s gift.-----
BOGOMILBulgarianbeloved of God or Lord have mercy.-----
BOGUMILBulgarianbeloved of God or Lord have mercy.-----
BOIKOBulgarianan Ukrainian.-----
BORISLAVBulgariantake glory.-----
BOYKOBulgarianan Ukrainian.-----
DAMYANBulgariantame.-----
DANAILBulgarianGod s judge.-----
DESISLAVBulgarianten glory .-----
DIMITARBulgarianof Demeter.-----
DRAGOMIRBulgarian precious peace.-----
GAVRAILBulgarianman or hero of God.-----
GAVRILBulgarianman or hero of God.-----
GEORGIBulgarianfarmer husbandman.-----
HRISTOBulgarianChrist bearer.-----
ILARIONBulgariancheerful.-----
ILIABulgarianmy god is Jehovah.-----
ILIANBulgarian with the gis.-----
ILIJABulgarianmy god is Jehovah.-----
ILIYABulgarianmy god is Jehovah.-----
IVAILOBulgarianedge .-----
IVANBulgarian Jehovah s gift or Jehovah s grace.-----
IVAYLOBulgarianedge .-----
IVOBulgarianJehovah s gift or grace .-----
KALOYANBulgariangood John.-----
KIRILBulgarianlordly.-----
KRASIMIRBulgarianbeautiful peace or world .-----
KRASTYOBulgariancross.-----
LUBOMIRBulgarian love s peace or love s the world.-----
LUDMILBulgarian people s favor.-----
LYUBENBulgarianlove.-----
LYUBOMIRBulgarian love s peace or love s the world.-----
LYUDMILBulgarianpeople s love.-----
MARKOBulgarianof Mars.-----
MECHOBulgarianbear.-----
MIROSLAVBulgarian peace glory.-----
MOMCHILBulgarianboy youth.-----
NIKOLABulgarianvictor of the people.-----
OGNIANBulgarianfire.-----
OGNYANBulgarianfire.-----
PENKOBulgariana stone.-----
PEROBulgarian a stone.-----
PETARBulgariana stone.-----
PLAMENBulgarianfiery.-----
RADKOBulgarianhappy joyful.-----
RADOMIRBulgarian happy peace.-----
RATKOBulgarianhappy joyful.-----
SAMUILBulgarianheard of God.-----
SPASBulgariansalvation.-----
STANIMIRBulgariancamp peace.-----
STANISLAVBulgariancamp glory.-----
STOYANBulgarianresolute.-----
TEODORBulgariandivine gift.-----
TIHOMIRBulgariansilent peace.-----
TODORBulgariandivine gift.-----
TOMABulgarian twin.-----
TSVETANBulgarianflowers.-----
VASILBulgariankingly.-----
VENTSISLAVBulgariancrown or great glory.-----
VIKTORBulgarianconqueror.-----
VLADIMIRBulgarian ruling the world.-----
VLADISLAVBulgarianruler of glory.-----
YANBulgarianJehovah s gift or grace .-----
YANKOBulgarianJehovah s gift or grace .-----
YOANBulgarianJehovah s gift or grace .-----
YORDANBulgarianthe descender.-----
YOSIFBulgarianJehovah will add.-----
ZAHARIBulgarian sugar and Zachary.-----
ZHIVKOBulgarianliving.-----
ZLATKOBulgarian golden.-----
ABELIOCelticthe sun.-----
ABELLIOCelticthe sun.-----
ADMINIUSCelticvotary of Minos.-----
AEDCelticfire.-----
ALANCeltichunting dog.-----
ALAUNUSCelticbright light.-----
ALBINCelticwhite.-----
ALWCelticbright light.-----
AMBACTUSCelticnative official or deputy.-----
AMBIORIXCelticking of the Ambiani.-----
ANDECOMBOSCelticthe leader and legislative judge of the state of the Andecavi.-----
ARGENTOCOXOSCelticchief commander.-----
ARTCeltichigh.-----
ARTHCeltichigh.-----
ARTHURCeltichigh noble.-----
ARTHWYSCeltichigh wisdom lofty and wise .-----
ARVIRAGUSCelticking paramount.-----
ARZURCeltichigh noble.-----
ATEULACelticservant of Mars.-----
ATPILOSCeltichereditary king.-----
AUSCROCOSCelticpriest of the Auscii.-----
AVARDDWYCelticson of a ruler .-----
BATHANATCelticson of the wild boar.-----
BELCeltic the Lord Apollo Jupiter.-----
BELENOSCeltic Lord shining one Apollo.-----
BELENUSCeltic Lord shining one Apollo.-----
BELINUSCeltic the Lord Apollo Jupiter.-----
BELLAUNOSCeltic the Lord Apollo Jupiter.-----
BERICUSCeltichigh king king paramount.-----
BODUOCCelticvictory.-----
BODUOGNATUSCelticaccustomed to winning.-----
BOLGCeltica Belgic man.-----
BORVOCelticboiling.-----
BRANCelticking raven.-----
BRENHINCelticking raven.-----
BRENNUSCelticstrong.-----
BRITHOMARCelticthe great Briton.-----
CADMANCeltichorn of battle a warrior.-----
CADRCelticbattle man combative.-----
CAMULOGENOSCelticof the race of Mars.-----
CAMULUSCelticMars the divinity.-----
CANTORIXCelticchief or king of a district or division.-----
CARACTACUSCelticking commander.-----
CARVILIUSCeltichereditary chief or ruler.-----
CARVILLIUSCeltichereditary chief or ruler.-----
CASSIVELLAUNOSCelticking of the Cassi.-----
CATUMANUSCeltichorn of battle a warrior.-----
CERNUNNOSCelticthe horned.-----
CISIAMBOSCeltichigh judge.-----
COCIDIUSCeltican epithet of the war god Mars.-----
CONTUTOSCelticchief leader.-----
CORANCelticlittle hill or little nose.-----
COSCelticelder priest.-----
CUNOCelticchief lord or king.-----
CUNOBELINECelticLord of Belinus war lord.-----
CUNOBELINUSCelticLord of Belinus war lord.-----
CYMBELINECelticLord of Belinus war lord.-----
CUNOTIGERNOSCeltichead chief.-----
CYNGETORIXCelticchief commander and king.-----
DUBNOBELINUSCelticking of the Dobuni.-----
DUBNOVELLAUNOSCelticking of the Dobuni.-----
DUCARIUSCelticdivine noble or leader .-----
DUMNOCelticworld.-----
DUMNONOSCelticworld.-----
EBULILIMCelticking of the Eburones.-----
EBUROVICOMCelticthe leader commios of the confederation of the Eburovices.-----
EOGHANCelticyoung warrior.-----
EPPENOSCeltichereditary prince.-----
EPPILLUSCeltichereditary king.-----
ERATOSCeltic elected the elected chief.-----
ESUSCelticthe Supreme Being.-----
EUDEYRNCeltichead chief.-----
GRANNUSCelticthe brilliant.-----
GUEIRIDDCelticadministrator of justice.-----
GUENNOLECelticwhite.-----
IMANUENTIUSCelticthe dread tutelary divinity of the country.-----
INDUTILLILCelticthe awe inspiring divine king.-----
INDUTIOMARCelticthe awe inspiring divine king.-----
JAFFREZCelticGod s peace.-----
JODOCCelticsportive.-----
JODOCUSCelticsportive.-----
JUDICAELCelticsportive.-----
JUDICALCelticsportive.-----
KABRIABANTUICelticthe mark of Kabrus and Bantuus.-----
KENTIGERNCeltichead chief.-----
LOUARNCelticthe fox.-----
LUGCelticlight.-----
MANDUBRATHCeltic the divine king of the land the man of black treason.-----
MANDUBRATIUSCeltic the divine king of the land Mandubrath.-----
MAPONOSCelticthe great youth.-----
MAPONUSCelticthe great youth.-----
MIDIRCeltica trickster god.-----
MORCANTCelticsea circle.-----
MORITASGUSCelticruler or imperator of the sea.-----
NANNCeltichairy.-----
NAOISECelticsnipe .-----
NEMAUSUSCelticsacred.-----
OLLOUDIOSCelticMars the all prosperous.-----
OMAOSCelticthe client retainer or deputy.-----
OSSUTICOSCelticthe magistrate.-----
PETARCeltica stone.-----
PIRANCelticblack.-----
PIRANUSCelticblack.-----
PRASUTAGUSCelticMars the chief.-----
REUNANCeltichairy.-----
SEGONAXCelticgovernor or superintendent of the Segontiaci.-----
SELISUCCelticthe arch boy urchin or sprite.-----
SEOIRGICelticfarmer husbandman.-----
SUTICOSCelticofficer or magistrate.-----
SWYDDOGCelticofficer or magistrate.-----
TARANISCelticthunder.-----
TASGETIUSCelticwar commander also chief and ruler.-----
TAXIMAGULUSCelticCommander in chief.-----
TEMANCIUSCelticSacred Mouth.-----
TEUTASCelticThoth Mercury essence of all things .-----
TIGERNOSCelticchief.-----
TIMANCelticSacred mouth.-----
TIMANCIUSCelticSacred mouth.-----
TRICCOSCelticchief priest or metropolitan of the Turones .-----
UISNECHCelticfawn.-----
ULACelticelm.-----
VELLAUNOSCeltic the Lord Apollo Jupiter.-----
VERCINGETORIXCeltichigh king paramount and commander.-----
VERCOBRETCelticman appointed to administer justice.-----
VERICUSCeltichigh king king paramount.-----
VIRIDOMARUSCelticgreat justiciary or functionary.-----
VLATCelticMars.-----
VLATOSCelticMars.-----
VORTIGERNCelticman prince.-----
VREISCeltic Mars strong in the arms.-----
VREISUTAGUSCelticMars the chief.-----
WINGALLOKCelticwhite.-----
AMAChamoru/Chamorrofather.-----
ANGHETChamoru/Chamorro of the Ninstints people .-----
AQUALINChamoru/Chamorrowater related name -----
BENDISIONChamoru/Chamorroblessing.-----
BUYUGOChamoru/Chamorroflatterer .-----
CHAMORRAChamoru/Chamorroman of the Chamorro people.-----
ECHAChamoru/Chamorroto give blessing.-----
FELIPEChamoru/ChamorroPhilip fond of horses.-----
FELISChamoru/Chamorrohappy.-----
GUAFIChamoru/Chamorrofire.-----
GUAIYAChamoru/Chamorroto love.-----
GUIFIChamoru/Chamorrodream.-----
HIRAOChamoru/Chamorroaffection emotion -----
HOBENChamoru/Chamorrofresh vigorous young.-----
HOSiChamoru/ChamorroJoseph addition he will add.-----
HUANChamoru/ChamorroJehovah s gift or grace.-----
HURAOChamoru/Chamorroaffection emotion -----
HUSTOChamoru/Chamorrofair just.-----
INAChamoru/Chamorroto light up to illuminate.-----
INAPOChamoru/Chamorrowave.-----
IRAOChamoru/Chamorroaffection emotion -----
KANTITChamoru/Chamorrocliff.-----
KIKOChamoru/ChamorroFrenchman or free.-----
LAIChamoru/Chamorrojurisprudence law.-----
LANGITChamoru/Chamorrosky heaven firmament paradise.-----
MAGAHETChamoru/Chamorrocertainly truly.-----
MAIPEChamoru/Chamorrofiery hot passionate.-----
MAMESChamoru/Chamorroagreeable charming.-----
MATAPANGChamoru/Chamorrobrave intrepid spirited.-----
NAPOChamoru/Chamorrowave.-----
PEDROChamoru/Chamorroa stone.-----
POYOChamoru/Chamorroyoung chicken cockerel.-----
PULANChamoru/Chamorromoon.-----
PUTIONChamoru/Chamorrostar.-----
QUIPUHAChamoru/Chamorrothe quipua tree -----
RAIChamoru/Chamorroking.-----
SUETTOChamoru/Chamorrofree unbound.-----
TAGAChamoru/Chamorrochop.-----
TANOChamoru/Chamorroland.-----
TASIChamoru/Chamorrobay ocean sea.-----
TOCAChamoru/Chamorroto concern to pertain to.-----
AIChineseloving.-----
BAOZHAIChinesestockade of treasures.-----
BIYUChinesejasper the precious stone.-----
CHANGCHANGChineseflourishing.-----
CHANGYINGChineseflourishing and lustrous.-----
CHENChinesethe morning.-----
CHENGUANGChinesemorning glory.-----
CHUNHUAChinesespring flowers.-----
CHUNTAOChinesespring peach.-----
CUIFENChineseemerald fragrance.-----
DAIYUChineseblack jade.-----
DANDANChinesecinnabar.-----
DONGMEIChineseyounger sister east or winter plums.-----
EHUANGChinesebeauty august.-----
FANChinesemortal.-----
FANGChineseagreeable fragrant plants.-----
FENFANGChinesethe fragrance of flowers herbs etc.-----
GUANGChineselight glory.-----
HONGChinesered sign of good luck .-----
HUALINGChineseflowery tuber.-----
HUANChinesejoy satisfaction.-----
HUIANChineseobliging and quiet.-----
HUIFANGChinesekind and fragrant.-----
HUILINGChinesewise jade tinkling.-----
HUIQINGChineseliberal good luck.-----
JIAChinesegood fine auspicious.-----
JIAOChinesedelicate tender beautiful.-----
JIAYIChineseauspicious one.-----
JIAYINGChinesegood and clever.-----
JIEChinesecleanliness.-----
JINGFEIChinesequiet not.-----
JINGHUAChineseleek flowers.-----
JINJINGChinesebright clear crystal.-----
JUChinesechrysanthemum.-----
JUANChinesegraciousness.-----
LANChineseorchid.-----
LANFENChineseorchid fragrance.-----
LANYINGChineseblue glitter or blue quartz.-----
LIChineseplums.-----
LIFENChineseclever and fragrant like flowers.-----
LIHUAChinesebeautiful and elegant.-----
LIJUANChinesebeautiful and soft.-----
LILINGChinesewhite jasmine tinkling.-----
LINChinesea grove a wood.-----
LINGChineseclever intelligent spiritual.-----
LIQINChinesebeautiful harp lute or zither.-----
LIQIUChinesebeautiful autumn.-----
LIUChinesethe willow.-----
LULIChinesedewy jasmine.-----
MEIChinesea red gem.-----
MEIFENChineseplum fragrance.-----
MEIFENGChinesebeautiful wind.-----
MEIHUIChinesebeautiful wisdom.-----
MEILIChinesebeautiful and graceful.-----
MEILINChineseplum grove.-----
MEIRONGChinesebeautiful countenance.-----
MEIXIANGChinesebeautiful fragrance.-----
MEIXIUChinesebeautiful grace.-----
MINGXIAChineseclear halo.-----
MINGZHUChinesebright pearl.-----
NGO KWANGChinesebeauty august.-----
NINGChineserest tranquility.-----
NIUChinesea girl.-----
NYINGChinesefemale flower.-----
O HUANGChinesebeauty august.-----
PEIZHIChineserespectful.-----
QIChinesewondrous.-----
QIANGChinesered rose.-----
QIAOChinesehigh aspiring proud.-----
QIAOLIANChineseclever always.-----
QINGChinesesky blue.-----
QINGGEChineselove song.-----
QINGLINGChineselucky years.-----
QINGZHAOChineseclear understanding.-----
QIUChineseAutumn.-----
QIUYUEChineseAutumn moon.-----
RONGChinesehonor glory.-----
RUOLANChineselike an orchid.-----
SHANChinesevirtuous mild.-----
SHUChinesepure virtuous.-----
SHUANGChineselively cheerful.-----
SHUCHUNChinesepure beauty.-----
SONGChinesepine tree.-----
SUYINChinesesimple sounding.-----
TINGChinesesustaining.-----
TUNG MEIChinesewinter plums.-----
WENChinesewarm genial.-----
WENLINGChinesemild jade tinkling.-----
WENQIANChineserefined and modest.-----
XIAChinesea halo vapour red sky.-----
XIANGChinesefragrant incense.-----
XIAODANChineselittle dawn.-----
XIAOFANChineselittle ordinary.-----
XIAOHUIChinesemorning sunlight.-----
XIAOLIChineseintellectual.-----
XIAOLIANChineselittle compassionate one.-----
XIAOLINGChineselittle jade tinkling.-----
XIAOQINGChineseblessed with intelligence.-----
XIFENGChineseflourishing phoenix.-----
XINGJUANChineselucky and beautiful.-----
XIUChinesefine beautiful.-----
XIULANChinesebeautiful orchid.-----
XIURONGChinesebeautiful glory.-----
XIUYINGChinesebeautiful flower.-----
XUEChinesesnow.-----
YAChineseelegant learned pure.-----
YANChineseswallow the bird .-----
YANMEIChineseflattering and seductive.-----
YANYUChineseswallow jade or Yan jade.-----
YINGChineseclever.-----
YINGTAIChineseflower eminent.-----
YUChinesejade or rain.-----
YUANChineseoriginal.-----
YUANJUNChineseYuan River ruler.-----
YUEChinesemoon.-----
YUNChineseclouds.-----
ZHENZHENChinesevery precious.-----
ZHILANChineseiris orchid.-----
ZHUChinesevermilion red.-----
ZONGYINGChinesefollowing talent.-----
ANDROWCornishman warrior.-----
ANTHIBALLCornishsurrounding.-----
ARLYNCornishon the lake.-----
ARTHGALCornishhigh valor.-----
COLANCornishdove.-----
CORINCornishhorned.-----
CORINEUSCornishhorned.-----
DAGCornishsome one of importance .-----
DAVETHCornishbeloved.-----
DAVYDHCornishbeloved.-----
DENZILCornishnoble youth or page.-----
DIGORYCornishstout and firm.-----
DZHUANCornishJehovah s gift or grace .-----
FLEMMINGCornisha runaway or from Flanders.-----
GAWENCornishthe smith s son.-----
GUNWALLOCornishwhite.-----
GYTHIOCAELCornishsportive.-----
HACONCornishhigh one.-----
HAKONCornishhigh one.-----
HANNIBALCornishgrace of Baal.-----
HANNOCornishcompassionate merciful.-----
HANNYBALLCornishgrace of Baal.-----
IOWANCornishsupplanter.-----
JAGOCornishsupplanter.-----
JORWERTHCornishrich guard.-----
JOWANCornishsupplanter.-----
MHALCornishwho is like God-----
PASCOCornishEaster child.-----
PEDYRCornisha stone.-----
PERRANCornishlittle black one.-----
PIERANCornishlittle black one.-----
PIRANCornishlittle black one.-----
PIRANUSCornishlittle black one.-----
PIRINCornishlittle black one.-----
TOMMYCornishtwin.-----
TREVILIANCornishthe dwelling of the seaman or the dwelling by the mill.-----
VYVIANCornishescape fly alive or small water.-----
VYVYANCornishescape fly alive or small water.-----
YESTINCornishjust.-----
ALEKSANDARCroatiandefender of man.-----
ANDRIJACroatianman warrior.-----
ANDROCroatianmale man.-----
ANTECroatianinvaluable.-----
ANTUNCroatianinestimable.-----
BALDOCroatianBel s prince-----
BALTAZARCroatianBel s prince.-----
BOGOSLAVCroatianthe glory of God.-----
BRANIMIRCroatianweapon of peace.-----
BRONIMIRCroatianweapon of peace.-----
DALIBORCroatiandistant battle.-----
DMITARCroatianof Demeter.-----
DOBRAINCroatiangoodness.-----
DRAGANCroatianbeloved.-----
DRAGOCroatianprecious.-----
DRAGOMIRCroatianprecious peace.-----
DUBRAVKOCroatianoak wood.-----
DUANCroatiansoul spirit.-----
EMERIKCroatianwork rule.-----
FRANJOCroatianfree.-----
GRGURCroatianwatchman.-----
JADRANKOCroatianfrom Hadria-----
JAKOVCroatiansupplanter.-----
JAKUBCroatiansupplanter.-----
JANKOCroatianJehovah s gift or grace .-----
JOSIPCroatianaddition or Jehovah will add.-----
JOZOCroatianaddition or Jehovah will add.-----
JURAJCroatianfarmer husbandman.-----
JURECroatianfarmer husbandman.-----
KAJACroatianrejoicing.-----
KAROLCroatianmanly.-----
KRAJISNIKCroatianman from Krajina.-----
KREIMIRCroatiancross of peace.-----
KREOCroatiancross of peace.-----
KRISTIJANCroatianfollower of Christ.-----
LJUBOMIRCroatianlove s peace or love s the world.-----
MARIJANCroatianof the sea.-----
MIHOCroatianwho is like God-----
MIHOVILCroatianwho is like God-----
MIRKOCroatianwork rule.-----
NIKOLACroatianvictor of the people.-----
OTOKARCroatiantreasure watcher or the real knight or leader of the knights.-----
PATRIKCroatiannoble or patrician.-----
PAVAOCroatiansmall.-----
PEROCroatiana stone.-----
PETARCroatiana stone.-----
RADIMIRCroatianhappy peace.-----
RADKOCroatianhappy joyful.-----
RADOCroatianhappy.-----
RATKOCroatianhappy joyful.-----
SPIRIDIONCroatianlittle spirit.-----
SPIRIDONCroatianlittle spirit.-----
SREKOCroatianluck.-----
STANISLAVCroatiancamp glory.-----
STJEPANCroatiancrown.-----
TIHOMIRCroatiansilent peace.-----
TOMACroatiantwin.-----
TVRTKOCroatianfirm hard.-----
VELEMIRCroatiangreat peace.-----
VELIMIRCroatiangreat peace.-----
VINKOCroatianconquering.-----
VJEKOCroatiantime of honor.-----
VJEKOSLAVCroatiantime of honor.-----
VLADIMIRCroatianruling the world.-----
VLAHOCroatianbabbler.-----
ZDENKOCroatianof Sidon.-----
ELIMIRCroatiandesires peace.-----
ELJKOCroatiandesires peace.-----
ZLATANCroatiangolden.-----
ZLATKOCroatiangolden.-----
ZVONIMIRCroatiansound of peace.-----
ZVONKOCroatiansound of peace.-----
ALECzechdefender of men.-----
ALEXANDRCzechdefender of man.-----
ALEXEJCzechdefender.-----
ALOJZCzechfamous war.-----
ANDLCzechangel.-----
ANDREJCzechman warrior.-----
ANTONCzechinestimable.-----
ANTONINCzechinestimable.-----
ARNOTCzechearnest serious.-----
AUGUSTINCzechvenerable.-----
BARTOLOMJCzechson of Tolmai or son of furrows.-----
BEDACzechpeace ruler.-----
BEDICHCzechpeace ruler.-----
BENECzechblessed.-----
BLAEJCzechbabbler.-----
BOHDANCzechGod s gift.-----
BOHUMILCzechbeloved of God or Lord have mercy.-----
BOHUMIRCzechGod s peace.-----
BOHUSLAVCzechthe glory of God.-----
BONIFACCzechgood worker.-----
BOIDARCzechdivine gift.-----
BRANISLAVCzechglorious protector.-----
BRONISLAVCzechglorious protector.-----
ENKCzechconquering.-----
ERNOBOGCzechblack god.-----
CTIBORCzechhonor battle or honorable warrior.-----
DALEKCzechdistant battle.-----
DALIBORCzechdistant battle.-----
DAMEKCzechtame.-----
DANEKCzechGod s judge.-----
DAVIDCzechbeloved.-----
DOBROMILCzechkind and gracious.-----
DOMINIKCzechSunday child.-----
DONATCzechgiven.-----
DRAHOMIRCzechprecious peace.-----
DRAHOSLAVCzechprecious glory.-----
DUACzechsoul spirit.-----
DUANCzechsoul spirit.-----
DUEKCzechsoul spirit.-----
EDVARDCzechrich guard.-----
ELIACzechmy god is Jehovah.-----
EVENCzechwell born.-----
FRANTIEKCzechfree.-----
GABRIELCzechman of God or hero of god.-----
GEORGCzechfarmer husbandman.-----
HAVELCzechGaul or rooster.-----
HOLICzechbarber shaver.-----
HONZACzechJehovah s gift or Jehovah s grace.-----
IGNACCzechfiery.-----
IMRICHCzechhome ruler.-----
IVANCzechJehovah s gift or Jehovah s grace.-----
JAKUBCzechsupplanter.-----
JANCzechJehovah s gift or Jehovah s grace.-----
JARMILCzechspring favor.-----
JAROMILCzechspring favor.-----
JAROMIRCzechspring peace.-----
JAROSLAVCzechspring g-----
KOPECKCzechhill.-----
KORNELCzechkingly powerful or horn of the sun.-----
KRITOFCzechChrist bearer.-----
KRYTOFCzechChrist bearer.-----
LADISLAVCzechruler of glory.-----
LEOCzecha lion.-----
LIBORCzechfreeborn.-----
LUBOMIRCzechlove s peace or the world .-----
LUBOCzechlove s peace or love s the world.-----
LUDVIKCzechfamous war.-----
LUKACzechof Lucania.-----
MAREKCzechof Mars.-----
MATEJCzechgifts of Jehovah.-----
MATOUCzechgifts of Jehovah.-----
MATUSCzechgifts of Jehovah.-----
MICHALCzechwho is like God-----
MIKOLACzechvictor of the people.-----
MIKULACzechvictor of the people.-----
MILANCzechfavor grace.-----
MILOCzechfavor glory.-----
MILOSLAVCzechfavor glory.-----
MIREKCzechpeace glory.-----
MIROSLAVCzechpeace glory.-----
NIKOLACzechvictor of the people.-----
OLDICHCzechnoble ruler.-----
ONDEJCzechman warrior.-----
OTAKARCzechtreasure watcher or the real knight or leader of the knights.-----
OTOKARCzechtreasure watcher or the real knight or leader of the knights.-----
PATRIKCzechnoble or patrician.-----
PAVELCzechsmall.-----
PAVOLCzechsmall.-----
PETRCzecha stone.-----
PEMYSLCzechindustrious ingenious.-----
RADEKCzechhappy.-----
RADIMCzechhappy peace.-----
RADOMILCzechhappy favor.-----
RADOMIRCzechhappy peace.-----
RADOSLAVCzechhappy glory.-----
EHORCzechwatchman.-----
EZNIKCzechbutcher.-----
ROBERTCzechbright fame.-----
ROSTISLAVCzechusurp glory.-----
IMEEKCzechhearing obedient.-----
IMONCzechorig. snub nosed later hearing obedient.-----
SLAVOMIRCzechglorious peace.-----
SOBSLAVCzechhe is glorious.-----
STANISLAVCzechcamp glory.-----
TEFANCzechcrown.-----
TPANCzechcrown.-----
TIBORCzechof the Tiber river .-----
TIMOFEJCzechvenerating or worshipping God.-----
TOMACzecha twin.-----
VACLAVCzechcrown or great glory.-----
VALENTINCzechhealthy.-----
VASILCzechkingly.-----
VAVRINECCzechbay or laurel tree.-----
VENCESLAVCzechcrown or great glory.-----
VILEMCzechresolute helmet.-----
VILIAMCzechresolute helmet.-----
VINCENCCzechconquering.-----
VITCzechliving.-----
VLADIMIRCzechruling the world.-----
VLASTACzechpower.-----
VLASTIMILCzechloves the homeland.-----
VLASTISLAVCzechhomeland glory.-----
VOJTCHCzechsoldier of consolation.-----
YANKOCzechJehovah s gift or grace .-----
ZDENKCzechof Sidon.-----
ZDENKOCzechof Sidon.-----
ZDISLAVCzechhere comes glory.-----
ABSALONDanishreward of the gods.-----
ABSALONISDanishreward of the gods.-----
ADALRIKDanishnoble ruler.-----
GEDanishthe terrible the awful.-----
ALBERTDanishnobly bright.-----
AMLETHDanishdull foolish imbecile weak person.-----
ANTONDanishinestimable.-----
ARNEDanisheagle.-----
ARNIDanisheagle.-----
ARNOLDDanisheagle power.-----
ASBJRNDanishdivine bear.-----
ASGERDanishdivine spear.-----
ASKETYLDanishdivine kettle.-----
ASLAKDanishreward of the gods.-----
ASMUSDanishamiable.-----
ASULFDanishdivine wolf.-----
AXELDanishreward of the gods.-----
AXLANDanishreward of the gods.-----
BENDTDanishblessed.-----
BRANDIDanishblade sword.-----
CHRISTERDanishChristian follower of Christ.-----
CHRISTIANDanishChristian follower of Christ.-----
CHRISTIERNDanishChristian follower of Christ.-----
CHRISTOFFERDanishChrist bearer.-----
DITMERDanishpeople s fame.-----
DITTMERDanishpeople s fame.-----
ELUFDanishever living.-----
ERASMUSDanishamiable.-----
ERICDanishever ruler.-----
ERIKDanishever ruler.-----
FLEMMINGDanisha runaway or from Flanders.-----
FREDERICKDanishpeace ruler.-----
FREDERIKDanishpeace ruler.-----
FREJDanishlover and lord.-----
FRITSDanishpeace ruler.-----
GREGERSDanishwatchman.-----
GUNNERDanishwar.-----
HAAGANDanishof high kin.-----
HAAKONDanishof high kin.-----
HAGANDanishspear weapon.-----
HAGENDanishspear weapon.-----
HAGANODanishspear weapon.-----
HALDORDanishstone of Thor.-----
HALDURDanishstone of Thor.-----
HARALDDanishwarrior power or army wielder.-----
HEINDanishhome.-----
HELLEDanishholy.-----
HENDRIKDanishhome ruler.-----
HILARIUSDanishcheerful.-----
HIORULFDanishsword wolf.-----
HOLGERDanishholy.-----
HROKDanishbrave warrior or hero.-----
HROLFDanishfamous wolf.-----
IBDanishsupplanter.-----
IVARDanisharcher bow warrior yew warrior.-----
IVERDanisharcher bow warrior yew warrior.-----
JACOBDanishsupplanter.-----
JANDanishJehovah s gift or grace .-----
JANNEDanishJehovah s gift or grace .-----
JANNICKDanishJehovah s gift or grace .-----
JENSDanishJehovah s gift or grace .-----
JERRIKDanishever ruler.-----
JESPERDanishtreasure master or jasper.-----
JOACHIMDanish whom Jehovah has set up.-----
JOHANDanishJehovah s gift or grace.-----
JOKUMDanish whom Jehovah has set up.-----
JRGENDanishfarmer husbandman.-----
JRNDanishfarmer husbandman.-----
KARLDanishman.-----
KELDEDanisha well or spring.-----
KJELDDanishkettle cauldron.-----
KNUDDanishknot.-----
KNUTDanishknot.-----
KRESTENDanishfollower of Christ.-----
KRISTENDanishfollower of Christ.-----
LAURITZDanishbay or laurel tree.-----
MADSDanishgift of the Lord.-----
MATHIASDanishgift of the Lord.-----
MOGENSDanishgreat.-----
MORTENDanishof Mars.-----
NIDHUGDanishcruel biter.-----
NIELSDanishchampion.-----
NIGELLUSDanishchampion.-----
NIKOLAUSDanishvictor of the people.-----
NORMANNDanishman from the north or Niord s man.-----
OLAFDanishforefather s relic.-----
OLEDanishforefather s relic.-----
OLUFDanishforefather s relic.-----
OSULFDanishdivine wolf.-----
OSVALDDanishdivine power.-----
PEDERDanisha stone.-----
POULDanishsmall.-----
PREBENDanishornamental bear.-----
PREDBJORNDanishornamental bear.-----
PRIDBJORNDanishornamental bear.-----
RADULFDanishhouse wolf.-----
RANDOLFDanishhouse wolf.-----
REGNERDanishfirm judge.-----
RUNIDanisha wild boar.-----
SIGURDDanishvictorious guardian.-----
SRENDanishharsh severe.-----
STEENDanishstone.-----
STEPHANDanishcrown.-----
SVENDanisha boy lad.-----
SVENDDanisha boy lad.-----
SWENDDanisha boy lad.-----
TORBENDanishThor s bear.-----
TORBJRNDanishThor s bear.-----
TORSTENDanishThor s stone.-----
TROELSDanishThor s hostage.-----
TOKEDanishthe mad or the raging.-----
TOVEDanishpeace of Thor.-----
TOVIDanishpeace of Thor.-----
TYCHODanisha female dog or the mad raging.-----
TYGEDanisha female dog or the mad raging.-----
TYKEDanisha female dog or the mad raging.-----
VALENTINDanishhealthy.-----
AALTDutchnoble wolf.-----
AARTDutchhigh lofty.-----
ABRAHAMDutchfather of a multitude.-----
ABRAMDutchfather of height.-----
ADLARDutcheagle.-----
ADRIAANDutchfrom Adria.-----
AERTDutchhigh lofty.-----
ALARDDutchnobly firm.-----
ALEXANDERDutchdefender of man.-----
ANASTAASDutchof the resurrection.-----
ANDRIESDutchman warrior.-----
ANDRODutchmale man.-----
ANTONDutchinestimable.-----
ANTONIEDutchinestimable.-----
ARJANDutchfrom Adria.-----
ARNEDutcheagle.-----
ASMUSDutchamiable.-----
AUGUSTIJNDutchvenerable.-----
BARTELDutchson of Tolmai or son of furrows.-----
BARTHOLOMEUSDutchson of Tolmai or son of furrows.-----
BASTIAANDutchawful or venerable one.-----
BOUDEWIJNDutchprincely friend.-----
BRAMDutchfather of height.-----
BRUINDutchbrown.-----
CAROLUSDutchmanly.-----
CASPARDutchtreasure master or jasper.-----
CEESDutchkingly powerful or horn of the sun.-----
CHARIOVALDADutchwarrior power or army wielder.-----
CHRISTIAANDutchChristian i.e. follower of Christ.-----
CHRISTOPHORUSDutchChrist bearer.-----
COBUSDutchsupplanter.-----
CONRADDutchable council.-----
CONSTANTIJNDutchconstant.-----
COOSDutchsupplanter.-----
CORNELISDutchkingly powerful or horn of the sun.-----
CORNELIUSDutchkingly powerful or horn of the sun.-----
CORTDutchable council.-----
DAANDutchGod s judge.-----
DANILDutchGod s judge.-----
DICKDutchpeople s ruler.-----
DIEDERIKDutchpeople s ruler.-----
DITMERDutchpeople s fame.-----
DRIESDutchman warrior.-----
EDUARTDutchrich guard.-----
ERASMUSDutchamiable.-----
EWOUDDutchlaw power.-----
EWOUTDutchlaw power.-----
FAASDutchgreat council.-----
FILIPPUSDutchfond of horses.-----
FLORISDutchflourishing.-----
FRANCISCUSDutchFrenchman or free.-----
FRANSDutchFrenchman or free.-----
FRANZDutchFrenchman or free.-----
FREDERIKDutchpeace ruler.-----
FREEKDutchpeace ruler.-----
FRITSDutchpeace ruler.-----
GEERAARDDutchfirm spear.-----
GEERTDutchfirm spear.-----
GERARDUSDutchfirm spear.-----
GERBENDutchspear bear.-----
GERLACHDutchspear sport.-----
GERVAASDutchwar eagerness.-----
GIJSDutchbright pledge.-----
GIJSBERTDutchbright pledge.-----
GILLISDutchwith the gis.-----
GODFRIEDDutchGod s peace.-----
GUSTAAFDutchstaff of the Goths.-----
HGEDutchholy.-----
HAGHENDutchspear weapon.-----
HANNESDutchJehovah s gift or grace .-----
HARALDDutchwarrior power or army wielder.-----
HARBERDutchbright warrior.-----
HEINDutchhome.-----
HEINTJEDutchhome ruler.-----
HENDRIKDutchhome ruler.-----
HENDRIKUSDutchhome ruler.-----
HENKDutchhome ruler.-----
HENNIEDutchhome ruler.-----
HENRICKDutchhome ruler.-----
HENRIKDutchhome ruler.-----
HERIOLDDutchwarrior power or army wielder.-----
HERMANDutcharmy man.-----
HEROLDDutchwarrior power or army wielder.-----
HILARIUSDutchcheerful.-----
HILDEBRANDDutchbattle sword.-----
HILDODutchbattle sword.-----
HUBERTUSDutchmind bright.-----
HUBRECHTDutchbright fame.-----
HUIBDutchmind bright.-----
HUIBERTDutchmind bright.-----
HUUBDutchmind bright.-----
IGNAASDutchfiery.-----
IMRICHDutchhome ruler.-----
JAAPDutchsupplanter.-----
JACOBDutchsupplanter.-----
JACOBINDutcha Jacobin.-----
JACOBINEDutcha Jacobin.-----
JACOBUSDutchsupplanter.-----
JAKOBDutchsupplanter.-----
JAKOBUSDutchsupplanter.-----
JANDutchJehovah s gift or grace .-----
JEFDutchaddition or he will add.-----
JELLEDutcheverlasting or ever living.-----
JEREMIASDutchwhom Jehovah has established or appointed.-----
JEROENDutchholy name.-----
JOCHEMDutch whom Jehovah has set up.-----
JOEPDutchaddition or he will add.-----
JOERIDutchfarmer husbandman.-----
JOHANDutchJehovah s gift or grace.-----
JOHANNEKEDutchJehovah s gift or grace .-----
JOHANNESDutchJehovah s gift or grace .-----
JOOPDutchJehovah s gift or grace .-----
JOOSDutchaddition or he will add.-----
JOOSTDutchjust.-----
JORDAANDutchthe descender.-----
JORISDutchfarmer husbandman.-----
JOSDutchaddition or he will add.-----
JOSEFDutchaddition or he will add.-----
JOSTDutchjust.-----
JOZEFDutchaddition or he will add.-----
JOZUADutchJehovah is salvation whose salvation is Jehovah.-----
JRGDutchfarmer husbandman.-----
JRGENDutchfarmer husbandman.-----
JURRIAANDutchfarmer husbandman.-----
KARELDutchmanly.-----
KEESDutchkingly powerful or horn of the sun.-----
KERNEELSDutchkingly powerful or horn of the sun.-----
KLAASDutchvictor of the people.-----
KOBUSDutchsupplanter.-----
KOENDutchable council.-----
KOENRAADDutchable council.-----
KOERTDutchable council.-----
KOOSDutchsupplanter.-----
KORNELDutchkingly powerful or horn of the sun.-----
KORTDutchable council.-----
LAMBERTDutchthe country s brightness.-----
LAMMERTDutchthe country s brightness.-----
LAURENSDutchbay or laurel tree.-----
LEONARDDutchstern lion or strong as a lion.-----
LIEVEDutchdear beloved.-----
LIEVENDutchbeloved friend.-----
LIEVINDutchbeloved friend.-----
LODEWIJKDutchfamous war.-----
LOWIEDutchfamous war.-----
LUUKDutchfrom Lucania.-----
MAARTENDutchof Mars.-----
MAASDutcha twin.-----
MARIJNDutchmarine of the sea.-----
MARKODutchof Mars.-----
MARTIJNDutchof Mars.-----
MATTHIJSDutchgifts of Jehovah.-----
MAURITSDutcha Moor.-----
MENNODutchmighty strength.-----
MICHAELDutchwho is like God-----
MICHIELDutchwho is like God-----
MIESDutchwhom Jehovah has established or appointed .-----
MOZESDutchsaved from the water or great Law giver.-----
NICOLAASDutchvictor of the people.-----
NIELSDutchkingly powerful or horn of the sun.-----
NIKOLAASDutchvictor of the people.-----
NIKOLAUSDutchvictor of the people.-----
PAUWELSDutchsmall.-----
PEPIJNDutchfather.-----
PIETDutcha stone.-----
PIETERDutcha stone.-----
PIMDutchresolute helmet.-----
RADBOUDDutchcouncil commander.-----
RASMUSDutchamiable.-----
REINIERDutchwarrior of judgment.-----
REMBRANDTDutchking s sword.-----
RIIKARDDutchstern king.-----
ROELDutchthe country s glory.-----
ROELANDDutchthe country s glory.-----
ROOSEVELTDutchfield of roses.-----
RUDOLFDutchfamous wolf.-----
RUTGERDutchfamous spear.-----
RUUDDutchfamous wolf.-----
SCHUYLERDutchfrom the place of shelter.-----
SEBASTIAANDutchawful or venerable one.-----
SEMDutchname.-----
SIEMENDutchhearing i.e. obedient.-----
SJAAKDutchsupplanter.-----
SJEFDutchaddition or he will add.-----
SJORSDutchfarmer husbandman.-----
STEFANDutchcrown.-----
STEFANUSDutchcrown.-----
STEPHANUSDutchcrown.-----
STIJNDutchconstant.-----
STOFFELDutchChrist bearer.-----
SVARTDutchsword.-----
TEUNDutchinestimable.-----
TEUNISDutchinestimable.-----
THEODOORDutchdivine gift.-----
THEUNISDutchinestimable.-----
THOMASDutcha twin.-----
THIJSDutchgifts of Jehovah.-----
TIEDEDutchpeople s ruler.-----
URIANDutchfarmer husbandman.-----
VALENTIJNDutchhealthy.-----
VIKTORDutchconqueror.-----
WIEBEDutchrapid moving or whip.-----
WILLEMDutchresolute helmet.-----
WOLTERDutchpowerful warrior.-----
WOUTERDutchpowerful warrior.-----
XANDERDutchdefender of man.-----
AAEgyptianold great.-----
AAAEgyptiana chief of the signet bearers.-----
AAABEgyptianthe son of Kherab.-----
AAANIEgyptianape or imitator.-----
AAHEgyptianthe moon.-----
AAHERUEgyptianthe Chief of Terrors.-----
AAHMESEgyptianchild of the moon.-----
AAKHEPERKAEgyptiangreat + scarab like + existence or spiritual double.-----
AAMEgyptianan Asian.-----
AANEKHTOUEgyptiangrand winner.-----
AASEgyptianthe breathing one.-----
AAUEgyptianold one.-----
ABEgyptianthe pure.-----
ABAEgyptianobviam venit.-----
ABAALISABAEgyptianLords of Sheba.-----
ABAUREgyptiangreat third.-----
ABDAMELEKEgyptianservant of the king.-----
ABDILIHITIEgyptianservant of Hiti i.e. of Hit on the Euphrates.-----
ABETEgyptianAbydos this .-----
ABIANESEgyptianfather of the bride.-----
ABUEgyptianhorns.-----
ABUSKHAUEgyptianhorns of violence .-----
ACHENCHERESEgyptianthe great lord and ruler Cheres Ares .-----
ACHERIEgyptianenemy.-----
ACHERRESEgyptianthe mighty Cheres Ares .-----
ACHESEgyptianlord prince-----
ACHORISEgyptianHakor burnt -----
AEGYPTUSEgyptianof the black country.-----
AETESEgyptiana priest of Alexander and the Saviour gods.-----
AHEgyptianthe moon.-----
AHIEgyptianassistant.-----
AHMESEgyptianchild of the moon.-----
AHMESSEKEREgyptianchild of the moon + the night sun.-----
AhmessenetuahbraEgyptianchild of the moon + support + the sun.-----
AHMOSEEgyptianchild of the moon.-----
AHTIEgyptianBes.-----
AHUEgyptianAtum or Tum the setting sun.-----
AIEgyptiandivine father.-----
AIAEgyptiana country.-----
AIARIEgyptianfrom the country of Ri Istar .-----
AIEMAPTEgyptianI bring the offering.-----
AIMENAMUNEgyptiandivine father beloved of Amun.-----
AIONSEgyptiana divinity mentioned in the Ritual of the Dead.-----
AKAEgyptianreed.-----
AKAREgyptianvictorious or viper killer.-----
AKEREgyptianvictorious.-----
AKHEgyptianintelligence.-----
AKHEKHEgyptiana mystical serpent of evil.-----
AKHEMEgyptianthe Mummied Hawk.-----
AKHENATENEgyptianthe spirit of Aten or the Sun disk.-----
AKHENATONEgyptianthe spirit of Aton or the Sun disk.-----
ALIMEgyptianwise man.-----
ALTAKHSASEgyptianmighty king.-----
AMEgyptiandevourer.-----
AMAMEgyptianthe devourer.-----
AMASISEgyptianchild of the moon.-----
AMEMEMHASENBEgyptianthe son of Ape.-----
AMEMUEgyptiana deity with the head of a sparrow hawk.-----
AMENEgyptianself existent.-----
AMENAAEgyptianself existent + great.-----
AMENAMENEgyptiana mystical title of the deity Amen Ra.-----
AMENARUEgyptianan officer in the court of Queen Ameniritis.-----
AMENEIEgyptiana royal scribe.-----
AMENEMANEgyptiana chief librarian of the royal palace at Thebes.-----
AMENEMANTEgyptianan Egyptian priest.-----
AMENEMAPEgyptiana priest of Amen and others.-----
AMENEMAPETEgyptiana son of Rameses II.-----
AMENEMEFEgyptiana priest of Amen.-----
AMENEMHAEgyptianthe name of many Egyptian kings.-----
AMENEMHEBEgyptiana chief of the temple of Amen Ra etc.-----
AMENEMHEBIEgyptiana keeper of the . . . . of the House of Pthah.-----
AMENEMHETEgyptiana royal scribe.-----
AMENEMHOTEPEgyptiana royal scribe of the White House.-----
AMENEMSOUEgyptianAmen the Sun or the self existing Sun.-----
AMENEMUAEgyptianthe sacred boat of Amen.-----
AMENENHEBEgyptiana prince of Kush.-----
AMENHEMEIFEgyptianan Egyptian auditor.-----
AMENHEMOFTEgyptiana palace gate overseer.-----
AMENHEMTIEgyptianAmen + a castrated man.-----
AMENHERATFEgyptianthe son of the functionary Heknofre.-----
AMENHERSEMIFEgyptiana son of Rameses II.-----
AMENHIKHOPSEFEgyptiana son of Rameses II.-----
AMENHIUNAMIFEgyptiana son of Rameses II.-----
AMENHIUNUMIFEgyptiana son of King Herhorsiamun.-----
AMENHOTEPEgyptianpeace of Amen.-----
AMENHOTEPHAPUEgyptianan Egyptian prince of the blood royal.-----
AMENIEgyptianthe self existing one.-----
AMENIRITISEgyptianthe chief of the hunters of Amen.-----
AMENISENBEgyptianan Egyptian official.-----
AmenkemhasuraraEgyptiana sacred scribe.-----
AMENKNOEgyptiana gatekeeper.-----
AMENMEREgyptianpriest of Amen.-----
AmenmerassetkhertEgyptianthe praenomen of Takelothis I.-----
AMENMERERMESEgyptianthe praenomen of a king named Rameses.-----
AMENMERINUTEgyptianthe successor of Rutamen.-----
AMENMERPAMAIEgyptianthe praenomen of King Pamai.-----
AMENMERSASAEgyptiana praenomen of Sheshank II.-----
AmenmersebastaserEgyptiana praenomen of Sheshank II.-----
AmenmerusarkonEgyptiana praenomen of Osorkon I. and II.-----
AMENMESEgyptianborn of Amen.-----
AMENMESESEgyptianson of Amen.-----
AmenmeseshikuasEgyptianan Egyptian king of the XIXth dynasty.-----
AMENMESSUEgyptiana king of Egypt in the XIXth dynasty.-----
AMENNAANKAEgyptiana mystical title of the deity Amen Ra.-----
AMENNAKHTIEgyptiana priest of Amen Ra.-----
AmennatakarutiEgyptiana mystical title of the deity Amen Ra.-----
AMENNEKHTEgyptianAmen the strong.-----
AMENNOFREEgyptianAmen the good.-----
AMENNOTEgyptianan early Egyptian royal name.-----
AMENOPHISEgyptianpeace of Amon.-----
AmenparuiusakaEgyptiana mystical title of Amen Ra.-----
AMEN RAEgyptianAmen the Sun or the Self existent or the Hidden One.-----
AMENRAHERSEFEgyptiana son of Herhorsiamun.-----
AMENRUTEgyptianAmen makes the gift.-----
AMENRUTAEgyptiana mystical title of the deity Amen Ra.-----
AMENSEEgyptiansewer of Amen.-----
AmensidsjaankhEgyptianan Egyptian scribe.-----
AMENTEMHAEgyptianan Egyptian gentleman.-----
AMENTHESEgyptian Gk. Osiris as judge of the dead in Hades.-----
AmentotankhatraEgyptianthe praenomen of king Ergamenes.-----
AMENTUANKHEgyptianliving image of Amen.-----
AMENUAHSUEgyptianan Egyptian sacerdotal officer.-----
AMERSISEgyptiana XVIIIth dynasty Egyptian king.-----
AMERYSEgyptian Greco Egyptian name.-----
AMKHUEgyptiana young man s title.-----
AMMENEPTHESEgyptianpeace of Amen.-----
AMMERESEgyptiana XIIth dynasty king.-----
AMMONIUSEgyptianthe father of Cleopatra.-----
AMONEgyptianhidden.-----
AMON HOTEPEgyptianpeace of Amon.-----
AMONHOTEPHEgyptianpeace of Amon.-----
AMON RaEgyptianthe hidden light.-----
AMRANEgyptianof kin to the exalted one.-----
AMSETEgyptianone of the seven great spirits in the Ritual of the Dead.-----
AMTEgyptianthe devourer of the dead.-----
AMTENEgyptiana great Egyptian governor.-----
AMUNEgyptianself existent.-----
AmunhikhopsefEgyptianan Egyptian surname.-----
AMUNEgyptianTHORI Amenemha.-----
AMYNUSEgyptianAmmon Vulcan.-----
AMYRTAIOSEgyptianAmen makes the Gift.-----
ANEgyptiana star a deity.-----
ANAEgyptianthe sun.-----
ANAAEgyptianthe Great An.-----
ANAIEgyptiana royal scribe.-----
ANASCHEgyptianthe scribe of the treasure of the deity Anhurschu.-----
ANAUAEgyptiana royal scribe.-----
ANEBNIEgyptianthe name of two Egyptian princes.-----
ANEBOSEgyptiana priest and prophet.-----
ANEMHEREgyptianan Egyptian deity.-----
ANEPOUEgyptianAnubis.-----
ANHAHORRAUEgyptianthe brother of prince Pthah nefer ka.-----
ANHUREgyptianthat which brings to Heaven.-----
ANHURMESEgyptiana priest of the deity Anhur.-----
ANHURNEKHTEgyptianthe brother of Anhurse.-----
ANHURSEEgyptiana great Egyptian scribe.-----
ANIEgyptianthe sun.-----
ANIEIEgyptianan Egyptian functionary.-----
ANIMAEgyptianthe son of Tetenhor.-----
ANIUEgyptiana deity of the Ritual of the Dead.-----
ANKHEgyptianlife.-----
ANKHAREOUTEFEgyptiana royal scribe.-----
ANKHFKHONSEgyptiana priest and spondist of Amen Ra.-----
ANKHHAPIEgyptianthe living Apis.-----
ANKHHAPIMESEgyptianson of the living Apis.-----
ANKHHOREgyptianthe living Horus.-----
ANKHPIEOIEgyptianan Egyptian gentleman.-----
ANKHSAMTAUIEgyptianthe father of Paseenpthah.-----
ANKHSNEFEgyptianan Egyptian functionary.-----
ANKHTAKELOTEgyptianthe chief of the choristers of the goddess Maut.-----
ANKHUEgyptiankeeper of the barge of the god Pthah Sokari Osiris.-----
ANMAUTFEgyptianHusband of his Mother.-----
ANMUTFEgyptianan epithet of the Eye of Horus.-----
ANNOUBEgyptianland of gold.-----
ANONEgyptianAnnoub.-----
ANOUBAPIONEgyptiana Greco Roman Egyptian name.-----
ANPEgyptiana sacred name of Mendes.-----
ANPUEgyptianthe elder brother of Bata.-----
ANPUTELEPTUFEgyptianan uncertain deity.-----
ANSAPATAEgyptianan Elamite deity.-----
ANSEgyptianRA a mystical divinity.-----
ANTEFEgyptianstar of the divine father.-----
ANTEFAAEgyptianAntef the Great.-----
ANTEFAKEREgyptianvictory of Antef or victory of the Divine Father.-----
ANUAEgyptiana royal scribe and priest of Pthah.-----
ANUBISEgyptianthe chief of the gods of the dead.-----
ANUPENKAUEgyptianchief of the gates.-----
AOEgyptianan uncertain deity sometimes called Moui.-----
AOUAAEgyptianGreat Arrival.-----
APEgyptiana sacred baboon.-----
APAEgyptianfly.-----
APACHNASEgyptianan early king of Bubastis.-----
APAPEgyptianApophis.-----
APASTATAUKEgyptianthe king of Vila.-----
APEPIEgyptianApophis a king of the Hykshos dynasty.-----
APHERUEgyptianGuide of the Roads.-----
APHERUMESEgyptianson of the god Apheru.-----
APHOBISEgyptianPthah Hotep.-----
APIEgyptiana son of Amenemap.-----
APISEgyptianthe bull deity of Memphis.-----
APMATENUEgyptianApheru.-----
APOPHISEgyptianApepi the last of the Hykshos kings of Egypt.-----
APRIESEgyptianthe sun enlarges his heart.-----
APRONADIUSEgyptianAsshur nadin Asshur gives .-----
APTERAEgyptianguide of the road.-----
APUEgyptianEgyptian unisex name.-----
APUIEgyptianthe son of the royal officer Piai.-----
AQEREgyptiana mystical serpent.-----
ARIEgyptianGuardian.-----
ARIENKHUTEgyptiana royal officer and priest of Osiris.-----
ARIRANTESFEgyptianan uncertain Egyptian deity.-----
ARMUSEgyptiana king of Egypt Khufu.-----
ARNEBASKENISEgyptiana name probably referring to Aroeris.-----
AROERISEgyptianpossibly Gk. for Harsiesi Horus Son of Isis .-----
ARPAESISEgyptian Horus Son of Isis a goose feeder of Elephantine.-----
ARSEgyptiana mystical personage from the Ritual of the Dead.-----
ARSAPHESEgyptiana surname of Osiris.-----
ARTAMESEgyptiana Perso Egyptian court official.-----
ArutaikasataikaEgyptiana mystical title of Amen Ra.-----
ASAEgyptiana VIth dynasty officer who was priest of Bast and c.-----
ASBEgyptianbrother of Isis and Osiris.-----
ASCHSEPSENEgyptiana devotee of Apis.-----
ASEIOHIAMENTIEgyptianas Egyptian priest.-----
ASENNUEgyptiana private gentleman of the XVIIIth dynasty.-----
ASESAEgyptiansecond king of the VIIth dynasty.-----
ASESKAFEgyptianOsirtesen III. and the Asychis of Manetho.-----
ASESKAFANKHEgyptiana great functionary.-----
ASESKARAEgyptiana Vth dynasty king.-----
ASPALUTEgyptiana XXVth dynasty king.-----
ASPURTAEgyptiana king of the XXVIth dynasty.-----
ASRAEgyptianOsiris.-----
ASROMIAMUNEgyptianan unidentified king.-----
ASSA TATKERESEgyptianfather of Pthah Hotep.-----
ASYCHISEgyptianAseskaf.-----
ASHTARCHEMOSHEgyptiana form of Chemosh.-----
ASSETHEgyptianan early king of Bubastis.-----
ASTENEgyptiana name of the Ibis headed deity Thoth.-----
ASTESEgyptiana mystical divinity.-----
ASYCHISEgyptiana wise and beneficent king.-----
ATEgyptianchief or prince.-----
ATAEgyptianprince.-----
ATAHUTIEgyptiana king of Egypt.-----
ATAIUHAIEgyptiana lord of Coptos.-----
ATAIUHIEgyptianthe son of Artames.-----
ATAKHERAMENEgyptianan Ethiopian king.-----
AtamennuterhektenEgyptianthe surname of Rameses VII.-----
AtaruamterhemutranuEgyptiannames never revealed.-----
ATEFEgyptianfather.-----
ATEFAAMENEgyptiana son of Rameses II.-----
ATEFEgyptianAMEN father of Amen.-----
ATEFNEBMAEgyptianthe father of Merira.-----
ATEFNOFREEgyptianbrother of Horemkhu.-----
ATEFNUTEREgyptianAI a king of Egypt.-----
ATEKHRAMUNEgyptianan unidentified king.-----
ATENEgyptiandisk.-----
ATEN NEFRUEgyptianthe most lovely Disk.-----
ATHOTHESEgyptiana most ancient king of Egypt.-----
ATIEgyptianfather.-----
ATMOOEgyptianthe deity of the setting sun.-----
ATUEgyptiana priest of Amen Ra.-----
ATUMEgyptianthe deity of the setting sun.-----
ATUTEgyptianAthothes.-----
AUFAAEgyptiana priest of Apis.-----
AUFNAEgyptiana XIIIth dynasty monarch.-----
AUFREREgyptianthe father of Nesahor.-----
AUIEgyptiana XVIIIth dynasty king.-----
AUKHEPERUEgyptiana priest of Apis.-----
AURERIEgyptianRoman emperor Verus.-----
AUTEgyptiantriumph.-----
AUUEgyptiana priest of Osiris.-----
AVEgyptiana form of the deity Khnuphis.-----
AZECHEgyptianAMEN an Ethiopian king prob. of the house of Seti I.-----
BAEgyptianthe soul.-----
BABAEgyptianexecutioner deities.-----
BABIEgyptiananother name for the spirit Rubi.-----
BAHEgyptianthe Inundation.-----
BAIEgyptiana great chancellor of Egypt.-----
BAIENNETEREgyptianthe third king of the IInd Thinite dynasty Egypt.-----
BAKEgyptianan prince of blood royal.-----
BAKAAEgyptianthe father of Rere.-----
BAKENKHONSUEgyptiana prophet of Amen.-----
BAKENNIFIEgyptianchief of the troops under Piankhi Meramon.-----
BAKENRANFEgyptiana king of Egypt Bocchoris.-----
BAKHEPERUNEBEgyptianthe praenomen of King Tutankhamen.-----
BANDEDEgyptianMendes.-----
BARUKATATAUEgyptiana mystical name of the Osirian deceased.-----
BASAEgyptianson of the priest Amenemant.-----
BASTPADUSEEgyptianPetubastes.-----
BATAEgyptianyounger brother of Anpu.-----
BAUEgyptianan Egyptian gentleman of the XIIth dynasty.-----
BAUTEgyptianan Egyptian deity.-----
BEBEEgyptianprob. a son of Ra sebek nefru.-----
BEKEgyptianan Egyptian officer.-----
BEKENAMENEgyptiana royal scribe.-----
BENATEHHOREgyptiana priest of Amen Ra.-----
BENIPEEgyptianstone of heaven i.e. iron.-----
BennebenskhaufEgyptiana priest of Khem.-----
BENTEHHOREgyptiana priest of Amen Ra.-----
BEONEgyptianthe name of an early Egyptian king of Bubastis.-----
BESEgyptianoath.-----
BESAEgyptian oath Bes.-----
BICHERESEgyptianthe successor of Ratheris king of Memphis.-----
BIENECHESEgyptianthe eighth king of Egypt.-----
BIENRAEgyptianthe deity of the soul of the sun.-----
BINEBTATEgyptianthe spirit lord of Tattu.-----
BINOTHRESEgyptianBaienneter.-----
BINRAEgyptiana son of King Aahmes I.-----
BOCCHORISEgyptianBakenranf.-----
BTHOSEgyptianButau.-----
BRAHEEMEgyptianfather of a multitude.-----
BUTAUEgyptianthe first king of the IInd Thinite dynasty.-----
CSARIONEgyptianthe son of Cleopatra VI. and Julius Csar.-----
CANOPUSEgyptiangolden earth.-----
CECHOUSEgyptianKakau.-----
CHABRIASEgyptianan Egyptian admiral under Nekhtarhebi.-----
CHAFKEMEgyptianthe son of an early king.-----
CHAIRESEgyptiansixth king of the IInd Thinite dynasty.-----
CHEFRENEgyptianbuilder of the second pyramid.-----
CHEMMISEgyptianKhufu.-----
CHEM TAT EFEgyptianthe son of an early Egyptian king.-----
CHENERESEgyptiana king of the IInd Thinite dynasty.-----
CHEOPSEgyptianKhufu first king of IVth dynasty.-----
CHERESEgyptianAres a lion god of war.-----
CHNOUBISEgyptianthe divine energetic spirit.-----
CHONSEgyptianthe moon.-----
CHUFUEgyptianKhufu.-----
CYNOCEPHALUSEgyptiandog headed.-----
DADKERAEgyptianAssa Tatkera.-----
DENNUEgyptianchief director.-----
DHOUTIEgyptianibis.-----
DIOGENESEgyptianGod born or Heaven born.-----
DOUN SE PA NEFEREgyptiana devotee of Apis.-----
DSJAHOEgyptiana form of the Hieroglyphic name Saho.-----
DSJA KHONSEgyptianfather of Pesahi a priest of Amen.-----
DSJA TA BAF ANKHEgyptianthe father of Pibamen.-----
DSJOT MENEgyptiana spondist of the temple of Amen.-----
DSJOT MONTHEgyptiana priest and scribe of the temple of Amen Ra.-----
EATEEgyptianan Egyptian officer.-----
EHOOUEgyptiangod of the Day.-----
Ei Amen nef neb ouiEgyptianthe priest and overseer of Amen.-----
EI USKHEgyptiana priest of Pthah Sokari Osiris.-----
EMPE ANKHEgyptianthe father of Harsaf.-----
EN ANTEFEgyptianthe overseer of the altar of Osiris .-----
ENNAEgyptiana scribe he wrote The Tale of the Two Brothers.-----
ENNA ENNAEgyptiana royal scribe.-----
ENSKERKAEgyptianthe grandson of Tetet.-----
ENTARIUSHEgyptianDarius.-----
ENTEFEgyptianAntef.-----
EOEAEgyptiana priest of Pthah.-----
EOERIEgyptianOverseer of the House.-----
EOPEIIEgyptiana royal scribe.-----
EPAPHOSEgyptianfirst king of Egypt the son of Io.-----
ERGAMENESEgyptianArkamun.-----
ERMENIHOTEPEgyptianthe brother of Ameni.-----
FAI BOK RA NEFEgyptiana prophet priest of Amen.-----
FAI HONEgyptianan overseer of the gatekeepers of the royal palace.-----
FAI HOR OUSEREgyptianan Egyptian gentleman.-----
FAI IRI EIEgyptiana royal scribe.-----
FAI ITEN HEMH BAIEgyptianan Egyptian priest.-----
FAI NOFREEgyptianan Egyptian royal scribe.-----
FAI NOFRE BAIEgyptiana prophet or priest of Osiris.-----
FENT HEMP AMENTIEgyptiana name of Osiris.-----
GAGA MAKHERUEgyptianKing Menkera.-----
GEOSEgyptianTeos.-----
GETAEgyptianthe god of eternity.-----
GNOEgyptiana priest of the temple of Amen Ra.-----
HAASEgyptiana mystical divinity or spirit.-----
HABEgyptianthe ibis messenger of Thoth.-----
HAGAREgyptiana king of the XXIXth dynasty called Achoris by the Greeks.-----
HAGIELEgyptianIntelligence.-----
HAKAEgyptianan Egyptian officer.-----
HAKEEgyptianan uncertain deity like Harpakrut.-----
HAKEREgyptiana mystical viper mentioned in the Ritual of the Dead.-----
HAKOREgyptianAchoris burnt .-----
HAMMUEgyptiana kind of spirits who adored the rising sun.-----
HAMSETEgyptianthe son of Kaa.-----
HAN ANKH EFEgyptiana son of King Nofre hotep.-----
HANHAREgyptianAres.-----
HANIFEgyptianbelieves TRUE and upright.-----
HAPIEgyptianApis.-----
HAPI ANKHEgyptianthe living Apis.-----
HAPIMOUEgyptianthe god of the Nile.-----
HAPI UEgyptianthe father of the lady Set ap.-----
HAP MUEgyptianthe father of Ouaphris.-----
HAQU RA NEB MAEgyptianRa ma neb.-----
HAREgyptianHorus the sun.-----
Har ana k af shatEgyptianthe name of a mystical deity.-----
HAR AN TAT EFEgyptiana title of the deity Horus.-----
HAR BAIEgyptiana prophet and priest of Amen Ra.-----
HAR BENENEgyptianthe father of Ra kheper ka.-----
HAR EM HAEgyptiana sculptor of the XIIth dynasty.-----
HAR EM HEB IEgyptiana son of Her hor si amen.-----
HAR EM HEBIEgyptianan Egyptian officer.-----
HAR EM HUE FEgyptiana mystical demon.-----
HAR HOREgyptianHorus the Supreme.-----
HAR HUTEgyptianHorus the winged disk of the sun.-----
HAR IM HOTEPEgyptianthe father of Ankh hapi.-----
HAR KHEBUEgyptiana priest of Apis.-----
HAR KHEMEgyptianthe keeper of the royal house of the women of Seti I.-----
HAR KHENT SKHEMEgyptiana mystical spirit from the Ritual of the Dead.-----
HAR MACHISEgyptianRa when in the horizon.-----
Har m ankh amenEgyptianthe overseer of the sacrificiants of the temple of Amen.-----
HAR MENAEgyptiana priest of the god Har hut of Edfu.-----
HARMIHAEgyptiansurname of king Antef III.-----
HAR NASCHTEgyptianHorus in Victory.-----
HAR NET ATEFEgyptiana high priest of the god Amen Ra.-----
HAROERIEgyptiana priest of the god Sennofre.-----
HARPAKRUTEgyptianHorus the Child.-----
HARPASEBENSHAEgyptiana monarch of the XXIst dynasty.-----
HAR PI RAEgyptianan Egyptian deity.-----
HARSCHEFTEgyptiana surname of Osiris.-----
HAR SAFEgyptiana royal scribe of Memphis.-----
HAR SAM TOUIEgyptiana title of the god Horus.-----
HAR S ANKHEgyptianan Egyptian gentleman of the XIIth dynasty.-----
HARSCHEFTEgyptiana surname of the deity Osiris.-----
HAR SHAFEgyptianTerrible Face.-----
HAR SI AMENEgyptianHorus Son of Amen.-----
HARSIESIEgyptianHorus Son of Isis.-----
HARSIESISEgyptianHorus Son of Isis.-----
HAR T ATEFEgyptianthe son of Menkara.-----
HAR TE MAEgyptianHorus the Executer of Justice.-----
HARUAEgyptianthe prime minister of the princess Amen iritis.-----
Har uah ankh antefEgyptianan Egyptian monarch of the XIth dynasty.-----
HAT EIEgyptianan Egyptian scribe.-----
HAT HOREgyptianhouse of Horus.-----
HAT HOR SEEgyptianthe father of Osirtesen.-----
HATI NOFREEgyptianGood Heart.-----
HATU KHNUM AMENEgyptiana king of the XVIIth dynasty.-----
HEA EIEgyptiana royal scribe.-----
HEB IEgyptiana scribe of Amen Ra.-----
HEBUNUROTANTEgyptianthe father of Rameses III.-----
HEHEgyptianthe god of time.-----
HEH EN KHONSAEgyptianthe name of a judge.-----
HEH HOR REIEgyptianthe son of Pnei hor.-----
HEIEgyptiana prince of Kush.-----
HEKEgyptiana prehistoric king of Egypt.-----
HEK ANEgyptiana surname of king Rameses III.-----
HEK AN UEgyptiana surname of king Rameses III.-----
HEK NOFREEgyptianan official of the XVIIIth dynasty.-----
HEM BAIEgyptiana prophet of Amen Ra.-----
HEM NEF HOR BEKEgyptiana priest of Osiris.-----
HENNEEgyptianthe father of the priest Papi.-----
HE PTHAH ESISEgyptianKing of Pizattikhurunpi.-----
HEPT SKHESEgyptiana mystical divinity.-----
HERACLIUS SOTEREgyptianthe father of Tphous.-----
HER BENEgyptianthe son of Apa.-----
HE REREMEgyptiana priest of Apis.-----
HER HET SUEgyptianthe son of Gerger.-----
HER HOR SI AMUNEgyptianthe first king of the XXIst dynasty.-----
HERHUTEgyptianHorus as the good spirit.-----
HERIEgyptiana sacred scribe and priest of Pthah.-----
HERI BASETEgyptianthe father of Hor imhotep.-----
HERKHEBAEgyptiana priest of Amen Ra.-----
HESPUEgyptianthe fifth king of Egypt.-----
HETEgyptian heart an early Egyptian astronomer.-----
HET AAIEgyptianan Egyptian scribe.-----
HET HETEgyptianthe seven great spirits of the Ritual of the Dead.-----
HETIEgyptianthe father of Eopeii.-----
HETMASEgyptiana son of King Aahmes I.-----
HIKEgyptiana surname of Amenhotep III.-----
HIK MA MI AMUNEgyptiana surname of Rameses III.-----
HIK NEKHTEgyptianthe name of a scribe.-----
HIK TENEgyptiana surname of Rameses III.-----
HIK TEN RESEgyptiana surname of King Tut ankh amen.-----
HOBSEgyptiana title of Horus.-----
HON PTHAHEgyptianthe son of Pthah hat ankhef.-----
HOPHIOAUEMESEgyptianan Egyptian officer.-----
HOREgyptianHorus the sun.-----
HORAEgyptiana chief priest of Amen Ra.-----
HOR EM HEBIEgyptianthe royal scribe of an unnamed monarch.-----
HOR HIUN AMIFEgyptiana son of Rameses II.-----
HOR IM HOTEPEgyptianan Egyptian captain the son of Heribaset.-----
HORIREMEgyptianthe son of Outhor and the lady Tahart.-----
HORMINUTEREgyptianthe father of Taspu.-----
HOR PET U ANKHIEgyptianthe name of two Egyptian kings.-----
HORSENEDTOEgyptiana form of the god Harpakrut.-----
HOR SI HISE TEgyptianthe son of Prince Sheshank.-----
HOR SON FEgyptiana prophet and priest of Amen Ra.-----
HORTITIFEgyptianthe son of an unknown Egyptian king.-----
HORUSEgyptian falcon son of Osiris and Isis.-----
HOTEPHERSEgyptianthe grandson of king Tetet.-----
HOTEP HI MATEgyptiana surname of Menepthah I.-----
HOTEP PTHAHEgyptianPeace of Pthah.-----
HOTEP UIEgyptianthe son of Osirtesen.-----
HOUIEgyptianan Egyptian architect.-----
HOUTEOIRIEgyptiana royal priest of the bowmen.-----
HRU AMENEgyptianan Egyptian commander.-----
HTUABIEgyptiana title of the deity Tum or Atum.-----
HUEgyptianTaste.-----
HUIEgyptianthe son of Amen em heb.-----
HUISCHERAEgyptianthe scribe of the treasury at Sais.-----
HUMAIEgyptiana lord or chief of Memphis.-----
HUNIEgyptianthe last king of the IIIrd Egyptian dynasty.-----
HURBASAEgyptianan Egyptian chief.-----
IMHOTEPEgyptianI bring the offering.-----
IMOUTHESEgyptianI bring the offering.-----
IOERNUFEgyptiantemple governor.-----
IRHEHEMTOEgyptiana priest and prophet of Pthah of Memphis.-----
IRI HAPI EOO EREgyptianthe son of Khons neb ankh.-----
IRI SENEgyptianan Egyptian officer the son of At.-----
IRI SEN AKEREgyptianan uncertain Egyptian officer.-----
IRITISEgyptianthe brother of the priest Senbu.-----
IRUKAEgyptiana mystical title of Amen Ra.-----
ISHTAR MU KAM ISHEgyptianchief of the tablets.-----
ISI TEF NASCHTIEgyptianthe father of Pi hor.-----
ISPIMAGUEgyptianking of Taini.-----
ISSAEgyptianJesus or God saves.-----
IUAEgyptianchief of receipts of an unnamed king.-----
IUAAEgyptianGreat Arrival.-----
IU IUEgyptiana son of lady Tai and a priest of Osiris.-----
IU SENBEgyptianthe son of the lady Sekhet hotep et.-----
JAEgyptianmayor.-----
JANAISEgyptianan Egyptian king of Bubastis.-----
KAEgyptianbody existence touch spiritual double.-----
KAAEgyptianthe father of the royal chief Hamset.-----
KA ANKHEgyptianthe Living Bull.-----
KA ARIEgyptiana mystical title of Amen Ra.-----
KABHSENUFEgyptianthe Bleeder.-----
KA EN NETSEgyptianthe grandson of Tetet.-----
KAFH EN MA NOFREEgyptiana high Egyptian functionary.-----
KAKAEgyptiana king of Egypt of the Vth dynasty.-----
KAKAUEgyptianthe second king of the IInd Thinite dynasty.-----
KAKEEgyptiana king of the Vth dynasty.-----
KA MAT EFEgyptianBull of his Mother.-----
KAMBATETEgyptianCambyses.-----
KAMBISHEgyptianthe Kambujien or Crown Prince Kambuja.-----
KAMBUZIAEgyptianfrom Kambuja.-----
KAMESEgyptianchild of the bull.-----
KANEBTIEgyptianCurly Haired.-----
KA NEFEREgyptianGood Bull.-----
KAN RAEgyptianthe surname of Khem mes.-----
KAN TAEgyptiana son of Amen em ap.-----
KARAMENTONENEgyptiana chief of signet bearers.-----
KARBUKEFEgyptiana mystical spirit.-----
KARO AMUT MIMUTEgyptiana chief of the palace of Amen Ra.-----
KARTO NEN AMENEgyptiana high priest of Amen Ra.-----
KASAIKAEgyptiana mystical name of Amen Ra.-----
KASCH TAEgyptianthe father of Queen Ameniritis.-----
KASHTOEgyptiana king of the XXIVth dynasty.-----
KASMUTEgyptiana high priest of Amen Ra.-----
KATEgyptiana mystical divinity.-----
KAUEgyptianthe name of a mystical divinity.-----
KAUIBEgyptiana son of King Tetet.-----
KEBUEgyptianthe father of Tes amen.-----
KEFENNUEgyptianChief of the House.-----
KEFSCHEMSUEgyptianan Egyptian overseer.-----
KEKEgyptiana god of darkness.-----
KEKARAEgyptianthe royal scribe of the granaries.-----
KEMESEgyptianthe son of an unknown king.-----
KENEgyptianan early astronomer.-----
KEN AMENEgyptianthe son of Amenemap the priest.-----
KERPHERESEgyptianHuni.-----
KET KETEgyptianthe seven great spirits of the Ritual of the Dead.-----
KHAEgyptianbody.-----
KHAAEgyptiana royal scribe.-----
KHABAEgyptianshade.-----
KHABASHEgyptianthe name of a satrap or viceroy.-----
KHAEM MIAMENEgyptianthe surname of Rameses IX.-----
KHAEM PEEgyptiana priest of Pthah.-----
KHAEMTEgyptianthe son of Amenhotep II.-----
KHAEM UASEgyptiana son of Rameses II.-----
KHAEN SUASEgyptiana pallakist of Apis.-----
KHAF HOREgyptiana grandson of Tetet.-----
KHAF RA ANKHEgyptiana grandson of Tetet.-----
KHAF RA SIFEgyptiana grandson of Tetet.-----
KHAFS NOFRUEgyptianthe son of King Snefru.-----
KHAIEgyptiana royal scribe and director of soldiers.-----
KHAIREgyptianthe father of Nakht ankh.-----
KHAITEgyptianan athlete a gladiator.-----
KHAK HAUEgyptiana surname of Thothmes IV.-----
KHASU EN AMENEgyptiana priest of Apis.-----
KHATIEgyptianan Egyptian officer.-----
KHATIUEREgyptianthe father of officer Se uati.-----
KHEMEgyptianblack.-----
KHEM HOTEPEgyptianPeace of Khem.-----
KHEM MESEgyptianSon of Khem.-----
KHEN EM KHONSUEgyptiana priest of Apis.-----
KHEN TAEgyptianFunctionary of the Interior.-----
KHENT HESERTEgyptiana title belonging to Thoth.-----
KHEPER RAEgyptianthe Producer and Sustainer of Life.-----
KHEPRIEgyptianscarab like.-----
KHER ABEgyptianthe father of Aaab.-----
KHER HEBEgyptianthe chief funereal priest.-----
KHERT ASEEgyptianSe kher ta.-----
KHET EFEgyptiancaptain of the boatmen of Rameses II.-----
KHET UIEgyptiana son of Her hor si amun.-----
KHNEMEgyptianthe son of lady Ata.-----
KHNUMEgyptianDivine Breath or Spirit.-----
KHNUM HOTEPEgyptianPeace of Khnum.-----
KHNUM KHUFUEgyptianKhnum protects me.-----
KHNUM REKHIEgyptianBringer of Joys.-----
KHONSEgyptiana mummy like deity of Thebes who was worshipped by Rameses XII.-----
KHONS AF ANKHEgyptianan Egyptian priest.-----
KHONS EMEgyptianthe name of an Egyptian mummy in the Leyden Museum.-----
KHONS HOTEPEgyptianPeace of Khonsu.-----
KHONS IRI TESEgyptianthe keeper of the beasts of Amen Ra.-----
KHONS MESEgyptianson of Khons.-----
KHONS NEB ANKHEgyptianKhonso Lord of Life.-----
KHONSUEgyptiana flabellum bearer of Amen Ra.-----
KHONSUAIRITISEgyptiana superintendent of granaries.-----
KHSATHSOVAIRYOEgyptianThe Powerful King.-----
KHSHAIRSHAEgyptianXerxes.-----
KHUENATENEgyptianglory of the Solar Disk.-----
KHU EN PTHAHEgyptiana priest of King Neferakara.-----
KHUFUEgyptianshort for Khnum khufu.-----
KHUFU MER NUTER UEgyptianthe grandson of king Tetet.-----
KHU OEREgyptianthe name of a palace chief.-----
KHUT HOTEPEgyptiansurname of Apa the scribe.-----
LABARISEgyptianthe builder of the labyrinth.-----
LAMENTUEgyptianthe king of Chemmis.-----
LAMERSEKENIEgyptiana captain of Piankhi.-----
LATEEFEgyptiangentle.-----
LUDIMEgyptianthe son of Mizraim.-----
MAAEgyptianthe god of sight.-----
MAA ANTEF EFEgyptiana mystical spirit.-----
MAA NA HESE MANEgyptiana chief of boatmen.-----
MAGETEgyptiana mystical demon.-----
MAHUEgyptianan XVIIIth dynasty Egyptian name.-----
MAIEgyptiana priest of Osiris.-----
MAI PARI NEFEREgyptiana priest of Apis.-----
MAKTEgyptianan uncertain deity.-----
MALOULIEgyptianan Egyptian deity worshipped in Nubia.-----
MA MAIEgyptianDivine Father.-----
MA MA MI AMENEgyptiana surname of Rameses IV.-----
MANDONOPHISEgyptianMentu hotep I.-----
MANDOTHPHEgyptiana king of Egypt for a short time.-----
MA NEFEREgyptianthe son of Se khem ka.-----
MANETHOEgyptiana high priest of Heliopolis he compiled a History of Egypt.-----
MARKATAEgyptiana mystical title of Amen Ra.-----
MARO IUA AMENEgyptianthe chief and scribe of Kush.-----
MARTHADEgyptianthe brother of Abdshemsaslam.-----
MASA HA ROTAEgyptiana son of Her hor si amun.-----
MASA KA HAROTAEgyptiana son of Her hor si amun.-----
MASSUIEgyptiana prince of Kush.-----
MAUTSEEgyptiana priest of the god Horus.-----
MEHHUREgyptiana mystical divinity.-----
MEHT NASKHTIEgyptianan auditor of justice.-----
MEINESEgyptiana prince of Kush.-----
MEIREEgyptiana priest of Netpe.-----
MEIRIEgyptiana priest of Pthah.-----
MENEgyptiananother name of the deity Amen Ra.-----
MENCHERESEgyptianMenkauhor.-----
MENDESEgyptiana ram deity and a town in the Delta.-----
MENENBAEgyptianan overseer of the temple of Amen Ra.-----
MENEPTHAHEgyptianBeloved by Pthah.-----
MENESEgyptianThe Stable or Firm.-----
MENKARAEgyptianthe builder of the Third Pyramid of Giza.-----
MENKAUHOREgyptiana king of the Vth dynasty.-----
MENKERAEgyptianthe builder of the Third Pyramid of Giza.-----
MENKHEPEREgyptiana high priest of Mentu.-----
MEN KHEPER RAEgyptiana XXIst dynasty king.-----
MEN KHET UEgyptianthe mother of Merri.-----
MEN NAEgyptianthe charioteer of Rameses II.-----
MEN NEFER HETEgyptianthe name of an early king.-----
MEN NUEgyptianthe son of captain Mentun sasu.-----
MENSKHERAEgyptianMenkera.-----
MENT EM SAFEgyptianthe brother of Queen Neit aker.-----
MENTHESUPHISEgyptianMent em saf.-----
MENTUEgyptiana form of Ra as a god of war.-----
MENTU EM ANKHEgyptianMentu the Living.-----
MENTU HOTEPEgyptianPeace of Mentu.-----
MENTUN SASUEgyptiana captain and Sutenrekh.-----
MENTU RAEgyptiana priest of Amen Ra.-----
MERAEgyptiana mystical divinity.-----
MERA HBA SAHUEgyptianLower World Mummy.-----
MER AMENEgyptianHe who loves Amen Ra.-----
Mer amen se amenEgyptianking Smendes.-----
MER BAEgyptianthe sixth king of Egypt.-----
MEREDEgyptianRebel.-----
MEREN HOREgyptianan early Egyptian king.-----
MERE PHREEgyptianan overseer of gatekeepers.-----
MERE SU RAEgyptiana royal scribe.-----
MER HABEgyptianthe father of Nes em ab.-----
MER HETEgyptianthe son of an early king.-----
MERHET NETSEgyptianthe grandson of Tetet.-----
MERHUEgyptianthe son of Pthah neferka.-----
MERIEgyptiana grand priest of Osiris.-----
MERI AMENEgyptianBeloved of Amen.-----
MERI ANEgyptiana royal personage of the XVIIIth or XIXth dynasty.-----
MERI BASTEgyptianthe father of a high priest of Amen Ra.-----
MERI EM AEgyptianthe son and successor of Pepi Merira.-----
MERIRAEgyptianhe who loves Ra.-----
MERI RAEgyptianhe who loves Ra.-----
MERI TUMEgyptianthe 7th son of Rameses III.-----
MERIUIEgyptiana royal scribe.-----
MER KA NESHUEgyptiana petty king of Egypt.-----
MER MESEgyptiana prince of Ethiopia.-----
MER NEB PTHAHEgyptianthe father of Pthah nefer ka and Ahura.-----
MERRIEgyptiana superintendent of public works.-----
MER SEN AKIEgyptiana chief commander of troops.-----
MERT KHA RAEgyptiana son of Rameses II.-----
MERT UEgyptianan Egyptian officer.-----
MESEgyptianan early astronomer.-----
MESOCHRISEgyptiana king of the IIIrd Egyptian dynasty.-----
MESUEgyptianSon.-----
MET HONT MIMUTEgyptianchief of the palace of Amen.-----
METHUSUPHISEgyptianthe successor of Phiops.-----
MET SU KHONSEgyptianan Egyptian gentleman.-----
MI AMENEgyptiana son of Rameses II.-----
MI ATUM UEgyptiana son of Rameses II.-----
MIBAHUEgyptianthe son of an unknown king.-----
MIBAMPESEgyptianLover of Iron.-----
MIEBIESEgyptianMer ba.-----
MI EN PTHAHEgyptianLoved of Pthah.-----
MINEgyptiana form of Amen Khem.-----
MI RAEgyptianthe name of two sons of Rameses II.-----
MISAPHRISEgyptiana king of the XVIIIth dynasty.-----
MisphragmuthosisEgyptiana XVIIIth dynasty king.-----
MNEVISEgyptianthe sacred bull of Heliopolis.-----
MOHAREgyptiana superintendent or military officer.-----
MONT EM HAEgyptianthe son of Nes pthah.-----
MONTHEgyptiana hawk headed deity.-----
MUI EN HIKUEgyptianThe Lion of Kings.-----
MUNTU HIK HOPSEFEgyptiana son of Rameses II.-----
MUNTU HIK HOP SEFEgyptiana son of Rameses III.-----
MURDUSEgyptianKharbat.-----
MUR KAUEgyptianan Egyptian officer.-----
NA AUEgyptianAir.-----
NAEIAEgyptianan overseer of the bulls of Pthah.-----
NAFIEgyptiana priest of Amen Ra.-----
NAHABEgyptiana mystical viper.-----
NAHIEgyptiana viceroy of Ethiopia.-----
NAHRESIEgyptiana VIth dynasty governor.-----
NAI F AA RUTEgyptiana Mendesian dynasty king.-----
NAILEgyptianone who attains his desires a winner.-----
NAKH KEEgyptiana king of Herakleopolis.-----
NAKHTEgyptianStrength.-----
NAKHT ANKHEgyptianlife and strength.-----
NAMERTAEgyptianthe brother of Uah.-----
NAMRUTEgyptianNimrod.-----
NAMUROTEgyptianthe son of Takelot I.-----
NANEEgyptiana fish or good beautiful .-----
NAOUSCHERIEgyptianthe grandfather of lady Siotio.-----
NA SA KABUEgyptiana mystical title of Amen Ra.-----
Na sa neb usa ken enEgyptianthe superintendent of the Great Hall.-----
NASCHT AMENEgyptianStrength of Amen.-----
NASCH TI NEBEFEgyptianNekh ta nebi.-----
NASCHT MESEgyptianBorn of Strength.-----
NEB AMENEgyptianLord of Amen Ra or Amen is Lord.-----
NEB ANKHEgyptianLord of Life.-----
NEB E CHOTEgyptianTaf nekht.-----
NEB EM AKHUTEgyptianthe son of Shafra.-----
NEB EM CHUT ETEgyptianthe son of an early king.-----
NEB EN KHATAEgyptiana son of Rameses II.-----
NEB EN TONEBEgyptiana son of Rameses II.-----
NEB ER ZEREgyptianThe Lord Intact.-----
NEB KAEgyptianthe existing Lords.-----
NEB NEFEREgyptianThe Justified Lord or Lord of Justification.-----
NEB NEN BUTAEgyptianthe fourth prophet of Amen Ra.-----
NEB NETER UEgyptianThe Divine Lords.-----
NEB NOFREEgyptianThe Good Lords.-----
NEB PUEgyptianthe father of Ra s hotep ab ankh netem.-----
NEB SE MENNUEgyptianan early astronomer.-----
NEB SENIEgyptianan Egyptian functionary.-----
NEB TEF AUEgyptianthe chief of the boatmen.-----
NEB UAUEgyptiana royal treasurer.-----
NEB UEREgyptianthe son of Nianni.-----
NEB UKIEgyptiana high priest of Amen Ra.-----
NECHEPSOEgyptianan Egyptian king of the XXVth dynasty.-----
NECHEROPHESEgyptianthe existing Lords.-----
NECHOEgyptiana king of Egypt in the XXVIth dynasty.-----
NECHTANEBOSEgyptiana king of Egypt of the XXXth dynasty.-----
NECHTARHEBIEgyptianthe son of the lady Taf nekh ta.-----
NECHTUEgyptianan early astronomer.-----
NEFEREgyptiangood.-----
NEFERAEgyptianthe father of Abet.-----
NEFER AMENEgyptianThe Good Amen.-----
NEFER BAIEgyptianThe Good Soul.-----
NEFER HEB EFEgyptiana functionary of the XVIIIth dynasty.-----
Nefer hor hemt oo uen raEgyptiana royal priest.-----
NEFER HOTEPEgyptianGood Peace.-----
NEFER KA RAEgyptianthe name of two Egyptian kings.-----
Nefer ka ra sotep en raEgyptiana title of Rameses IX.-----
NEFER KA SOKEREgyptianthe eighth king of the IInd Thinite dynasty.-----
NEFER NAIEgyptiana chief of the archers.-----
Nefer nefer kheper ra kaEgyptianthe prenomen of Osirtesen I.-----
NEFER PUEgyptianthe husband of lady Ketet.-----
NEFER REMPEEgyptianThe Good Year.-----
NEFERUEgyptiangoods.-----
NEHARAEgyptianthe father of Khnum hotep.-----
NEITH SIEgyptiana surname of king Aahmes.-----
NEKHTEgyptianStrength.-----
NEKH TA NEBIEgyptianNekhtarhebi.-----
NEKHTARHEBIEgyptianthe first king of the XXXth dynasty.-----
NEKHT HAR EN SHENEgyptianKing of Pisab ti nuti.-----
NEKHT KHEMEgyptianKhem in Strength or Khem the Victor.-----
NEKHT MUTFEgyptianan Egyptian priest.-----
NEKHTOUEgyptianwinner.-----
NEKHT SETEgyptianSeti nekht.-----
NEKHT UEgyptiana prince of Kush.-----
NEM MESTUEgyptianthe royal ensign of Osirtesen I.-----
NEM UREgyptianthe Smer and governor of a XIIth dynasty town.-----
NEOCAISAROSEgyptianCsarion.-----
NEPHELCHERESEgyptiana king of Tanis.-----
NEPHERCHERESEgyptianNefer ka ra.-----
NEPHERITESEgyptianNai f aa rut.-----
NEP RAEgyptianRa as the god of corn.-----
NES A HOREgyptianfollower of Horus.-----
NESAHOREgyptianfollower of Horus.-----
NES ANHUREgyptianFollower of Anhur.-----
NES EM ABEgyptianFollower in the Ap.-----
NES MAUTEgyptianFollower of Maut.-----
NES PA KHUEN NUEgyptiana priest of Apis.-----
NES PTHAHEgyptianFollower of Pthah.-----
NESUEgyptiana general of foot soldiers.-----
NES UNNEFEREgyptianFollower of the Good being.-----
NETOSEgyptiana bull incarnation of Amen Ra.-----
NEZEMABEgyptiana high functionary.-----
NIANAIEgyptianthe commander in chief of the armies of Seti I.-----
NIDINTABELEgyptianan imposter Nabu kudur uzur.-----
NITAKRET MIMUTEgyptianthe regent of the kingdom in the reign of Psametik I.-----
NOFREEgyptianGood.-----
NOFRE HOTEPEgyptianGood Peace.-----
NOFRE HOTEP ESEgyptianthe son of an early Egyptian king.-----
NOFRE ITEgyptianthe father of Senbetef.-----
NOFRE KA ANNUEgyptianan early Egyptian king.-----
NOFRE KA PEPI SENEBEgyptianan early Egyptian king.-----
NOFRE KA RAEgyptianan early Egyptian king.-----
Nofre ka ra khen tuEgyptianan early Egyptian king.-----
NOFRE KA RA NEBIEgyptianan early Egyptian king.-----
Nofre ka ra re re leEgyptianan early Egyptian king.-----
NOFRE KA UEgyptiananother name of Thothmes II.-----
NOFRE KHEPER UEgyptianThe Good Creator.-----
NOFRE MATEgyptianthe son of Nofret kau.-----
NOFRE RENPEEgyptianThe Good Renpe.-----
NOFRE TUM IRI HOTEPEgyptianthe father of At ha ankht senbt.-----
NOHEM MASCHUFEgyptianHe who saves his Soldiers.-----
NOMARCHEgyptianChief of a Nome.-----
NTARIUSHAEgyptianDarius.-----
NUEgyptianthe father of gods.-----
NU ANTEFEgyptiananother form of the royal name Antef.-----
NUBEN AMEN HAEgyptiana common name in the XVIIIth dynasty.-----
NUB HOTEPEgyptianPeace of Nub.-----
NUBITIEgyptianman of Ombos.-----
NUHEMEgyptiana deity worshipped at Nishem.-----
NUNEgyptianfish or the abyss.-----
Nu nekht ik nu en neb bek iEgyptianan Egyptian scribe.-----
NUN NUEgyptiana XVIIIth dynasty gentleman.-----
NUNUEgyptianan uncertain deity.-----
NURUEgyptianthe ferryman of the underworld.-----
NUTERHEKEgyptianthe surname of Amenhotep II.-----
NUT MI AMENEgyptianAmenmerinut.-----
REgyptianthe husband of the priestess Isi oer.-----
RIEgyptiana Vth dynasty doctor.-----
OIMENEPTHAHEgyptianSeti Menepthah I.-----
OMBTEEgyptiananother name for Set or Sutekh.-----
ONNOSEgyptianUnas.-----
ONOURISEgyptianAnhur.-----
OOHMESEgyptianAahmes.-----
OSHEEgyptianan Egyptian officer.-----
OSIREI MENEPTHAHEgyptianSeti Menepthah I.-----
OSIR HAPIEgyptianthe soul of the deceased Apis.-----
OSIRISEgyptianmany eyed.-----
OSIRIS AAHEgyptianOsiris the Moon.-----
Osiris PethempamentesEgyptianOsiris as Pluto.-----
OSIRIS RHOTAMENTIEgyptianOsiris as judge of the underworld.-----
OSIRTESENEgyptianthe second king of the XIIth dynasty.-----
OSIRTESEN ANKHEgyptianthe Living Osirtesen.-----
OSIRTESEN PEPAEgyptianthe son of the lady Ankh atefs.-----
OSOCHOREgyptiana king of Tanis.-----
OSORHEEgyptianPnei hor.-----
OSORKONEgyptianthe name of several Egyptian kings.-----
OSORSENEgyptianan early Egyptian king.-----
OSYMUNDYASEgyptiana king of the XIXth dynasty.-----
OTHOESEgyptianthe successor of king Thampsis.-----
OUAHABRAEgyptianHophra.-----
OUAPHRESEgyptianHophra.-----
OUAPHRISEgyptianHophra.-----
OUNEPHESEgyptianthe fourth king of Egypt.-----
OUNNEFEREgyptianThe Good Being.-----
OUONSOUEgyptiana priest of Anubis.-----
OUTHOREgyptianthe father of the functionary Hor irem.-----
OUZAEgyptianthe eye of Horus.-----
OUZAHOREgyptianEye of Horus.-----
OZIEREgyptianEzra.-----
PA ANKHEgyptianThe Living.-----
PA ANMUEgyptianthe father of the priest Pse pthah.-----
PA ASCHEgyptiana priest of the goddess Bast.-----
PABASEgyptiangovernor of Kher and Pehap.-----
PA BE KHEN NUEgyptiana mystical name of Amen Ra.-----
PACISEgyptian Bull Town a sacred bull.-----
Pa du amen nes ta uiEgyptianthe third priest of Amen Ra Schep Maut.-----
PADUBASTEgyptiana devotee of Apis.-----
PA DU EN RAEgyptianthe father of Ankh hor.-----
PA DU ISIEgyptiana singer and harpist.-----
PA DU NEITEgyptianthe son of Pa du pthah.-----
PADUNEITHEgyptianthe high priest of Pthah.-----
PA DU NUBEgyptianthe signet bearer of King Aspalut.-----
PA DU PTHAHEgyptiana priest of Apis.-----
PA DUSEgyptianthe son of the governor Horirem.-----
PA DU UZA HOREgyptianthe father of Par du bast.-----
PA HEBEgyptianan Egyptian devotee.-----
PA MAIEgyptiana king of the XXIInd dynasty.-----
PA NASIEgyptiana chief of boatmen.-----
PAH OSEgyptiana prophet of Amen Ra.-----
PAH UER NEFEREgyptianthat which arrives at Perfection.-----
PAI NETEMEgyptianthe grandson of Har hor.-----
PA KAMSIEgyptiana royal scribe.-----
PA KAR KAREgyptiana royal feather bearer.-----
Pakhrat har aa uskhEgyptianan incense bearer of Khons.-----
PAKHRUAEgyptianthe father of Ankhkheperra.-----
PAKHUR NINIPEgyptianthe king of Pakhnuti.-----
PAKU RUEgyptianthe king of Pisabtu.-----
PA MAUEgyptiana priest of the goddess Mehi.-----
PAMUEgyptianThe Lion.-----
PA NEBT MAEgyptianan early Egyptian astronomer.-----
PA NEHESEgyptiana royal scribe.-----
PANKHIEgyptianan obscure XXIVth dynasty king.-----
PANTINAEgyptianthe son of Aker and his wife Ana.-----
PAPIEgyptianthe father of Pthah hotep.-----
PAR AB HOREgyptiana priest of Apis.-----
PA RA NEFEREgyptianthe surname of Khonsu.-----
PAR DU BASTEgyptiana priest of Apis.-----
PESAHIEgyptiana prophet of Amen Ra.-----
PARUEgyptianThe Lion.-----
PA RU HAKAEgyptiana mystical title of Ra.-----
PARUSHTAEgyptianThe Mystic Lion.-----
PA SANKH URUEgyptianthe king of Natku.-----
PA SCHEPEgyptiana priest of Horus.-----
PA SE EN PTHAHEgyptiana priest of Apis.-----
PA SEN EN KHONSEgyptianthe father of Khasu en amen.-----
PASHAKASAEgyptiana greater divinity in of the Ritual of the Dead.-----
PASHETEgyptiana judicial officer.-----
PASIUENKHAEgyptianPai netem.-----
PASUPTIEgyptiana hawk deity.-----
PATAIKOSEgyptianthe pigmy god Pthah Sokari Osiris.-----
PATARBEMISEgyptianan officer in the court of Uahprahet.-----
Pat en ankh neb ka nofreEgyptianan Egyptian royal name.-----
PATESIEgyptianViceroy.-----
PAT HOR SAM TA TUIEgyptianan Egyptian chief.-----
PA UEREgyptiana prince of Kush.-----
P AUF NEITEgyptiana priest of Apis.-----
PAUSIRISEgyptiana petty vassal king.-----
PE ANKH EM TANENEgyptiana XIXth dynasty gentleman.-----
PEF AA BASTEgyptianthe father of Padubast.-----
PEF AA KHONSEgyptiana palace auditor.-----
PEF AA KHONSUEgyptianan Egyptian devotee of Apis.-----
PEF AA NEITEgyptiana priest of Amen Ra.-----
PEF NIFI NEITHEgyptiana prophet of Neith.-----
PE HON NETEREgyptianChief of the Works of Pthah.-----
PEKHIEgyptianthe successor of Sheshonk III.-----
PEKHRARIEgyptianChief of the Shepherds.-----
PE MEHT KHONSUEgyptiana son of Her hor si amun.-----
PEN AMENEgyptiana high priest of Amen.-----
PEN BA KAK AMENEgyptianan officer of state.-----
PEN EN AAUEgyptianthe name of an Egyptian gentleman.-----
PEN EOOUEgyptiana scribe.-----
Pen haka haka harEgyptianthe name of a mystical cow.-----
PEN HUIBANEgyptianan officer of the court of Rameses III.-----
PEN NEKHEBEgyptianthe surname of general Aahmes.-----
PEN NUEgyptiana prince of Kush.-----
PEN NUBEgyptianan early Egyptian astronomer.-----
PEN PIEIEgyptiana priest of Amen Ra.-----
PEN SES KHEMETEgyptianthe father of Aschsepsen.-----
PENT AUREgyptiana poet of the court of Rameses II.-----
PENT BEK HENEgyptiana prophet of the god Horus.-----
PENT EHIEgyptiana priest of Apis.-----
PENT ENIEgyptiana priest of Anhur.-----
PENT UAUEgyptianthe son of Teti.-----
PEPIEgyptiana short for Pepi merira.-----
PEPI MERIRAEgyptiana king of the VIth dynasty.-----
PER UIEgyptianan unidentified Ethiopian king.-----
PE SAHIEgyptiana prophet of Amen Ra.-----
PE SCHALI EN KHONSEgyptianthe father of Pet isis.-----
PET AMENEgyptianBelonging to Amen.-----
PET AMEN NEB KATTAEgyptianfourth priest of Amen Ra.-----
Pet amen neb nes atauiEgyptianthe son of the lady Tat maut as ankh.-----
PET AMENTEgyptianthe gatekeeper of the Golden Hall of Amen Ra.-----
PET EBAREgyptianthe chief of the scribes of Amen Ra.-----
PET E HAKEEgyptianthe father of the priest Taho.-----
PETEHARPOCRATESEgyptiananother form of Petiharpekhruti.-----
PET E KHONSEgyptianthe father of Psametik.-----
PET EMENOPHISEgyptianan Egyptian functionary of the XXVIth dynasty.-----
PETEMETEgyptianthe father of the lady Hat hor het aei.-----
PETEMNESTHEUSEgyptianPet amen neb nes ataui.-----
PET EN SENASEgyptianThat which is Sea.-----
PE TEP MUNKHEgyptianthe father of Taho.-----
PET HAR PE KHROTEgyptiana Middle Empire functionary.-----
PET HISETEgyptiana son of Takelot II.-----
PETIHARPEKHRUTIEgyptianScribe of the Sacred Territory of Abydos etc.-----
PETISISEgyptianthe grandson of Osorkon II.-----
PET ISISEgyptiana priest the son of Pe schali en khons and the lady Tenpepiou.-----
PET NITEgyptianthe son of the princess Tan te bast.-----
PET OSIRISEgyptiana chief wardrobe keeper.-----
PETSIBASTEgyptianfirst king of the XXIIIrd dynasty.-----
PETU ANKHIEgyptiana king of the XXIst dynasty.-----
PETUBASTEgyptiana priest of Pthah and Bast.-----
PETUBASTESEgyptianthe name of a couple of petty kings.-----
PHANESEgyptianan officer in the court of Psametik II.-----
PHELESEgyptiana usurper of the throne of Tyre.-----
PHILINOSEgyptianthe father of Pyrrha.-----
PHILITISEgyptianthe architect who is said to have designed the great pyramid.-----
PHRAHIUNAMIFEgyptiana son of Rameses II.-----
PIAAEgyptiana XVIIIth dynasty functionary.-----
PIAIEgyptiana XVIIIth dynasty functionary.-----
PIANKHIEgyptianan Ethiopian king of the XXIInd dynasty.-----
PIBAMENEgyptiana functionary in the temple of Amen Ra.-----
PIEAEgyptianan overseer of the White House.-----
PIE AEIEgyptiana priest of Ra.-----
PIEN NUN ENPEEgyptiana prophet of Month.-----
PI HOREgyptiana priest of the temple of Amen Ra.-----
PINETSEMEgyptiana form of the royal name Pai netem.-----
PIOUEREgyptiana royal scribe.-----
PIS AEIEgyptiana chorister of Amen Ra.-----
PIS ANHOREgyptianthe father of lady Taskhtali.-----
PIS AROEREgyptiana spondist of Amen Ra.-----
PISEMEgyptianthe name of two kings of the XXIst dynasty.-----
PISIRISEgyptiana king of Carchemish.-----
PNAAKUEgyptianthe flabellum bearer to Aahmes I.-----
PNEBTOEgyptianan uncertain Egyptian deity.-----
PNEI HOREgyptianthe father of the priest He hor rei.-----
PNOFREHIEgyptiana son of Her hor si amun.-----
POARMAEgyptiana captain of Piankhi Meramen.-----
Poti amen nesa tatuiEgyptianthe chief of sacred rites under Piankhi Meramen.-----
POU ISISEgyptianthe son of Har si esi and the lady Taterkat.-----
POUREMEgyptiana priest of Horus.-----
PRA EN AMENEgyptiana son of Her hor si amun.-----
PRAHIUNAMIFEgyptiana son of Rameses III.-----
PSA BEN HOREgyptianthe father of Ahmes.-----
PSAMEKTIAEgyptianprefect or overseer of bowmen.-----
PSAMETIKEgyptianthe name of several kings of Egypt.-----
PSAMETIK KHUEgyptiana royal steward.-----
PSAMETIK MUNKHEgyptianPsammetichus the Beneficent.-----
PSAMMENITUSEgyptianPsametik.-----
PSAMMETICHUSEgyptianPsametik.-----
PSAMMISEgyptianthe Greek name of several Saite dynasty kings.-----
PSAREgyptiana scribe of the palace of Rameses II.-----
PSE ISIEgyptianthe father of Pa ab hor.-----
PSENIOEgyptianthe son of the lady Babmouth.-----
PSE NIRINAEgyptiana boatman of Amen Ra.-----
PSE NUTEREgyptianthe father of Ankh hapi.-----
PSE PTHAHEgyptianthe son of Pa anmu.-----
PSE SEKHETEgyptiana devotee of Apis.-----
PSI MUTEgyptianthe successor of Osorkon III.-----
PSI NACHESEgyptiana XXIst dynasty monarch of Tanis.-----
PSONKHENSEgyptiana son of Aahmes.-----
PSUSENNESEgyptiana king of Tanis.-----
PTAH ASESEgyptiana IVth dynasty officer.-----
PTEIEgyptiana grand priest of Amen Ra.-----
PTHAHEgyptiana primordial deity created by Ra.-----
PTHAH ASESEgyptianthe son of Haka.-----
PTHAH EM HE BAIEgyptianan overseer or keeper of the bulls of Pthah.-----
PTHAH EM HEBIEgyptianan Egyptian priest.-----
PTHAH HAT ANKHEFEgyptianthe son of Prince Namurot.-----
PTHAH HOTEPEgyptianpeace of Pthah.-----
PTHAH MAIEgyptiana Sam and priest of Pthah.-----
PTHAH MERIEgyptianthe son of the royal scribe Pueri.-----
PTHAH MESEgyptianBorn of Pthah.-----
PTHAH NEFEREgyptianGood Pthah.-----
PTHAH NEFER KAEgyptianPthah s good spiritual double .-----
PTHAH NES ANB EFEgyptiana name of the deity Pthah.-----
PTHAH SOKARI OSIRISEgyptiana dwarf form of Pthah.-----
PTOLEMYEgyptianwar like or mighty in war.-----
PTOLEMYEgyptianALEXANDER a younger son of Ptolemy Physcon by Queen Cleopatra Cocce.-----
PTOLEMYEgyptianCSARION the infant son of Cleopatra VI. and Julius Caesar.-----
PTOLEMYEgyptianEPIPHANES the son of Ptolemy Philopater.-----
PTOLEMYEgyptianEUERGETES the son of Ptolemy Philadelphus.-----
PTOLEMYEgyptianPHILADELPHUS Ptolemy Brother Loving.-----
PTOLEMYEgyptianPHILOMETER Ptolemy Mother Loving.-----
PTOLEMYEgyptianPHILOPATER Ptolemy Father Loving.-----
PTOLEMYEgyptianPHYSCON Ptolemy Big Bellied.-----
PTOLEMYEgyptianSOTER Ptolemy The Saviour.-----
PUEREgyptiana prince of Kush.-----
PUERIEgyptiana XVIIIth dynasty royal scribe.-----
PUKHUNINIAPIEgyptianthe king of Khatkhiribi.-----
PUMAEgyptianthe king of Bendidi.-----
PURUSHAEgyptianthe Supreme Spirit.-----
QAGABUEgyptiana XIIth dynasty scribe and poet.-----
RaEgyptianTo Make to Dispose.-----
RA AAH MIN AAEgyptianthe name of an early king.-----
RA AA KHEPEREgyptianthe prenomen of Amenhotep II.-----
Ra aa kheper ka sen buEgyptianthe first prophet or priest of Thothmes I.-----
RAADEgyptianthunder.-----
RA AMENEgyptiana spondist of the god Pthah.-----
RA AMEN EM HAEgyptianthe prenomen of King Amenemha I.-----
RA AMEN MEI NITOEgyptianan early king of Egypt.-----
RA AMEN MERN BAEgyptianthe prenomen of Menepthah I.-----
Ra amen meses nuter hiq anEgyptianthe prenomen of Rameses VI.-----
Ra amen sotep en merEgyptianthe prenomen of Ptolemy Soter I.-----
RA AMEN SU MESESEgyptianthe prenomen of Rameses X.-----
RA APEPIEgyptiananother form of Pepi or Apepi.-----
RA BAKAEgyptianthe surname of Nut mi amen.-----
RABIAHEgyptianborn in the spring.-----
RA EAIEgyptianthe name of an Egyptian gentleman.-----
RA EN HETEgyptiana prenomen of Aahmes or Amasis II.-----
RA EN KAEgyptianan early Egyptian king.-----
RA EN KA NEBEgyptianan early Egyptian king.-----
RA EN KAUEgyptianthe grandson of Tetet.-----
RA EN MAEgyptiana Sutenrekh and prophet of Hathor.-----
Ra en nito iri en tmeEgyptianan early Egyptian king.-----
RA EN SESUREgyptianthe prenomen of the fourth king of the Vth dynasty.-----
RA EN TMEEgyptiana prenomen of Amenemha III.-----
RA EN USEREgyptiana king of Egypt of the Vth dynasty.-----
RA EREgyptianthe father of Uer mu.-----
RA HA HETEgyptianthe husband of the lady Ta kel heb.-----
RA HOTEPEgyptianPeace of Ra.-----
RA KA ANKHEgyptianThe Living Bull of Ra.-----
RA KHA KAEgyptianthe prenomen of Osirtesen III.-----
RA KHA KA U SENBEgyptianthe son of Thoth hotep.-----
RA KHEM SMEN TOTIEgyptianan early Egyptian king.-----
RA KHEPERAEgyptianRa the Creator.-----
RA KHEPER KAEgyptiana priest of Osiris.-----
RA KHEPERU ARI MATEgyptianSun of both Worlds making Justice.-----
RA KHEPERU NEBEgyptianthe prenomen of Tut ankh amen.-----
RakherpapuhermaEgyptianthe praenomen of Antef III.-----
RAK HOREgyptiankeeper of the place of the lion of Pthah.-----
RA MA NEBEgyptianthe surname of Amenhotep III.-----
RA MEIEgyptianan early king.-----
RA MEI AMENEgyptianan early king.-----
RA MEI NI OUROEgyptianan early Egyptian king.-----
RA MEI PASHTEgyptianan early king.-----
RA MEN ANKHEgyptianan early Egyptian king.-----
RA MEN KAEgyptianan early Egyptian king.-----
RA MEN KHEPEREgyptianThe Sun establishes his Form.-----
RA MEN TAU NEBEgyptianthe prenomen of an unknown Egyptian king.-----
RA MEN TMEEgyptiana form of the name Menepthah I.-----
RA MEN TO KAEgyptianan early Egyptian king.-----
RA MERE NEFEREgyptianthe name of an early king.-----
RA MESEgyptianSon of Ra.-----
RAMESESEgyptianSon of Ra.-----
RA MESES KHAEMEgyptiana son of Rameses III.-----
RAMESES MI AMENEgyptiana son of Rameses III.-----
RA MESES MI ATUMUEgyptiana son of Rameses III.-----
RA MESES MI EN RAEgyptiana son of Rameses II.-----
RA MESES NEKHTEgyptianRameses in Victory.-----
Ra meses set hik hopsefEgyptiana son of Rameses III.-----
RA MES MI AMENEgyptiana XXth dynasty king.-----
RA MES SUEgyptianthe TRUE form of Rameses.-----
RA NA NITOEgyptiana prenomen of Amen hotep II.-----
RA NEB KRUEgyptianthe prenomen of Mentu hotep II.-----
RA NEB NEMEgyptianthe prenomen of an unknown XIth dynasty king.-----
RA NEB NITOEgyptianAmen tu ankh.-----
RA NEB PEHEgyptianthe prenomen of Aahmes I.-----
RA NEFEREgyptianan early Egyptian king.-----
RA NEFER ABEgyptianthe father of Philotera her sankh.-----
Ra nefer ka sotep en raEgyptiana title or prenomen of Rameses IX.-----
RA NEFER NITOEgyptianan early king.-----
RA NOUB HOTEPEgyptianan early Egyptian king.-----
RA N SENBEgyptianthe name of a renowned archer.-----
RANUBKHEPEREgyptianthe praenomen of Antef IV.-----
RA PIOSESEgyptiana XIXth dynasty Egyptian king.-----
Ra saa ka nekht kheperuEgyptianthe prenomen of a XVIIIth dynasty king.-----
RA S ANKHEgyptiana priest of Horus.-----
RA S AN KH KAEgyptiana XIth dynasty Egyptian monarch.-----
RA SEBEK NEFRUEgyptianNeferu.-----
RA SENBEgyptiana son of Tuba.-----
Ra sha a kheper s nabEgyptiana schoolmaster of Heliopolis.-----
RA SHA ANKHEgyptianan early Egyptian king.-----
RASHAKENEgyptianthe sacerdotal or divine name of Osirtesen III.-----
RA SHA KEU ASYCHISEgyptianOsirtesen I.-----
RA S HOTEP ABEgyptiana priest of Pthah.-----
Ra s hotep ab ankh netemEgyptiana priest of Pthah.-----
RA S HOTEP AB SENBEgyptianthe son of Senb.-----
RA S HOTEP HETEgyptiana form of the prenomen of Amenemha I.-----
RA S KHEM KAEgyptiana grandson of Tete.-----
Ra skh het sotep en amenEgyptiana prenomen of Amyrtaeus.-----
RATAMSEgyptiana mystical deity of the Ritual of the Dead.-----
RA THERISEgyptianthe successor of king Mencheres.-----
RA THOSEgyptianthe name of an XVIIIth dynasty king.-----
RA THOURESEgyptianRa en user.-----
RA TMETOEgyptianan early Egyptian king.-----
RA TO KEREgyptiana son of Fai horouser.-----
RA TO MENEgyptianan early Egyptian king.-----
RA TO NEBEgyptianan early Egyptian king.-----
Ra tser kheper u sotep en raEgyptianthe sacred title of Horus Haremhebi.-----
RA UA HABEgyptianOuahabra.-----
REgyptianTo Make to Dispose.-----
REBUEgyptiana mystical divinity.-----
REHUEgyptiangood and evil personified.-----
REKH KHET SAEgyptianKnowing the Things of Books.-----
REKH MARAEgyptiana doctor and prophet or priest of Ma.-----
REREEgyptianthe son of Bakaa.-----
RESEPHEgyptianflame lightning.-----
RES SEN BAEgyptianan Egyptian gentleman related to Ra n senb.-----
RHAMPSINITUSEgyptianRameses III.-----
RHAMSCHOSIEgyptianthe name of an Egyptian gentleman.-----
RHOTAMENTIEgyptian Judge in Amenti a title of Osiris.-----
RIAZEgyptiangarden.-----
RIE AEIEgyptiana grand priest of Pthah.-----
RIEIEgyptianan overseer of the Royal House.-----
RIMESEgyptianan overseer of the bulls of Amen.-----
ROIEgyptiana high priest of Amen.-----
ROMAEgyptiana priest of Pthah.-----
RUAEgyptiana XXVIth dynasty state functionary.-----
RUBIEgyptiana mystical person in the CIVth chapter of the Ritual of the Dead.-----
RUHAKEgyptiana mystical snake in the seventh abode of Hades.-----
RUTAEgyptiana mystical title of Amen Ra.-----
RUT AMENEgyptiana king of Egypt of the XXVth dynasty.-----
RUTA SA SHA KAEgyptiana mystical title of Amen Ra.-----
SA AMENEgyptianthe father of the Pen piei.-----
SABEgyptiana high priest of Amen Ra.-----
SABACONEgyptianShabaka.-----
SABATOKEgyptianthe last king of the XXVth dynasty.-----
SA EI NUB EUEgyptiana priest of Amen Ra.-----
SAF HOTEP HETAEgyptiana son of king Tetet.-----
SAGIEgyptiantongue.-----
SAHEgyptianmummy.-----
SAHOEgyptiana prophet of Thebes.-----
SAHURAEgyptiana king of the Vth dynasty.-----
SAITESEgyptianSeti peti nubti.-----
SALATISEgyptianan early Egyptian king of Bubastis.-----
SALE BON ISIEgyptianan Egyptian functionary.-----
SAM TAEgyptiana deity adored at Samhut.-----
SAM TATIEgyptiana deity adored at Ahehu.-----
Sam tati taf nekhtEgyptiana high Egyptian officer in the Persian period.-----
SA PTHAHEgyptianthe son of the lady Meret pa.-----
S ANKHUAEgyptianthe son of an unknown king.-----
SAPEgyptiana mystical deity of the Ritual of the Dead.-----
SA PAKHIEgyptiana high priest of Amen Ra.-----
SA PAREgyptianthe shining or the resplendent.-----
SA PI HOREgyptianthe father of Pet ament.-----
SA PI NEBEgyptianKeeper of the Vestments.-----
SA PI NITOEgyptianan Egyptian gentleman.-----
SA PTHAHEgyptiana royal scribe.-----
SARAPOUEgyptiana late Greco Egyptian name.-----
SARENENEgyptiangardener of the House of Perfumes.-----
SARRU ETIQ DAIRIEgyptiana king of Tanis.-----
SASUR AMENEgyptiana prophet of Amen.-----
SATAUEgyptianBata.-----
SATEMIEgyptianthe god of hearing.-----
SATIEgyptiana mystical snake.-----
SCHA EAEgyptianan overseer of choristers.-----
SCHA EM TENUEgyptianan overseer of Temple sculptors.-----
SCHEDS NEFEREgyptiana priest of Apis.-----
SCHESCHANQEgyptianSheshanka.-----
SE ANHUREgyptianAnhur se.-----
SEBEgyptian time the father of Osiris.-----
SEBEKEgyptiana crocodile god.-----
SEBEK ARIEgyptianthe nephew of the councillor Sebek hotep.-----
SEBEKEMEgyptianthe successor of Sebekhotep V.-----
SEBEK EM OFEgyptianan uncertain king.-----
SEBEK EM SAFEgyptiana XIIIth dynasty king.-----
SEBEK HOTEPEgyptianPeace of Sebek.-----
SEBEK NEKHTEgyptianStrength of Sebek.-----
SEBEK TETUEgyptianChief of the Sacred Scribes.-----
SEBERCHERESEgyptianthe successor of king Bicheres.-----
SEBICHOSEgyptianShabatuk.-----
SEEZTUIEgyptiana priest of king Psametik I. or II.-----
SEFKHEgyptianCapturer.-----
SE ISIEgyptiana superintendent of granaries.-----
SEKEN EN RAEgyptianTiakken king of Thebes.-----
SEKEREgyptianhe who is shut in that is to say the night sun.-----
SEKER NEFER KEEgyptiannight sun + fair good + existing.-----
SE KHEM KAEgyptianS khem ka.-----
SE KHER TAEgyptiana Functionary of the Interior.-----
SE MAUTEgyptianthe son of Toti.-----
SEMEMPSESEgyptianthe seventh king of Egypt.-----
SEM SEMEgyptiana rebel commander.-----
SEMUTEgyptianthe father of Amen uahsu.-----
SENEgyptiana Vth dynasty priest.-----
SENBEgyptianthe son of Senb esen.-----
SENBEBEgyptianson of Hathor.-----
SENB ESENEgyptianthe father of the Kherheb Senb.-----
SENB ETEFEgyptianthe son of Nofreit.-----
SENBUEgyptianthe son of Uah and Nakht.-----
SENETEgyptiansupport.-----
SEN MAEgyptianthe father of the state priest Hor.-----
SEN MESEgyptiana scribe and treasurer of Amen Ra.-----
SENNAEgyptianan Egyptian architect.-----
SENNOFREEgyptianMaking Good.-----
SEN NUEgyptianchild of Nu.-----
SENOUPHISEgyptianthe successor of king Suphis.-----
SENTEgyptianthe fifth king of the Thinite dynasty.-----
SENT EN ANTEFEgyptianthe father and grandfather of En antef.-----
SEPAEgyptiana IInd dynasty functionary.-----
SEPHERESEgyptianSahura.-----
SEPHORISEgyptianSnefru.-----
SEPIEgyptianDismembered.-----
SEPT ACHEMEgyptiana deity adored in Sept hor.-----
SE PTHAHEgyptiana priest of Apis.-----
SEPUNTEPETEgyptiana royal pallacist.-----
SERACHEgyptianZerah.-----
SE RA NEFER TAIEgyptianan obscure XVIIIth dynasty king.-----
SERAPISEgyptianApis.-----
SERBESEgyptianthe second king of IIIrd dynasty of Egypt.-----
SESOCHRISEgyptianNefer ka sokar.-----
SESONCHOSESEgyptiana XIIth dynasty king.-----
SESOSTRISEgyptiana mythical Egyptian prince.-----
SESUPTIEgyptianan Officer of the Interior.-----
SESUR SATIEgyptianthe prince royal of Ethiopia.-----
SETEgyptianan ass headed deity.-----
SET AUANEgyptiana XIXth dynasty prince of Kush.-----
SET EM ASHEgyptianthe servant and Pandar of Prince Setnau chaem uset.-----
SET EN ETEgyptianthe grandson of Tetet.-----
SETHENESEgyptianan early king of Egypt.-----
Set hik hopsef mi amunEgyptianthe surname of Rameses VIII.-----
SETHOSEgyptianan obscure XXIVth dynasty king.-----
SETIEgyptianThe Living like Set.-----
SETI NEKHTEgyptianSet in his Strength.-----
SETI PETI NUBTIEgyptianthe first king of the Hykshos.-----
SET MENAEgyptianthe father of Antef.-----
SETNAU CHAEM USETEgyptianthe son of king Usermat.-----
SE UATIEgyptianthe son of Khatiuer.-----
SEVEKCHUSEgyptianShabaka.-----
SFENTK HAKEgyptianthe grandson of Tetet.-----
SHAA EM UASEgyptiana son of Rameses II.-----
SHABAKAEgyptianthe name of the first and second kings of the XXVth dynasty.-----
SHAFRAEgyptianChefren the builder of the second pyramid.-----
SHAIEgyptiandestiny.-----
SHAK AMENEgyptiana mystical divinity from the Ritual of the Dead.-----
SHAKANASAEgyptiana mystical name from the Ritual of the Dead.-----
SHARU SHA TA KATAEgyptiana mystical title from the Ritual of the Dead.-----
SHATEgyptiana mystical reptile of the Ritual of the Dead.-----
SHAUF SA KARTAEgyptiana XIXth dynasty scribe.-----
SHEPES KAFEgyptianthe chief priest of the temple of Khufu.-----
SHESHANKAEgyptianthe son of Namurot.-----
SHISHAKEgyptianSheshanka the first XXIInd dynasty king.-----
SHOEM UASEgyptiana son of Rameses II.-----
SHOSHANEgyptiana lotus.-----
S HOTEP EN RAEgyptiana son of Rameses II.-----
S HOTEP HETEgyptiana XIIth dynasty gentleman.-----
SHUEgyptianlight.-----
SHUIEgyptianan Egyptian architect.-----
SI AMENEgyptiana son of King Amenhotep I.-----
SI BASTEgyptianthe surname of Osorkon II.-----
SI HATHOREgyptiana son of King Nefer hotep.-----
SILSIEgyptiana prophet priest of the temple of Pthah.-----
SI MOUTHEgyptiana priest of Osiris.-----
SI MUNTUEgyptiana son of Rameses II.-----
SI NEN UEREgyptiana divine prehistoric king.-----
SIOUTMOUTFEgyptianone of the four genii of Amenti.-----
SIPTHAHEgyptianpseudo Menepthah II.-----
SI SEBEKEgyptiana priest of Pthah.-----
SIT KA MASEgyptiana royal pallacist in the reign of Amenhotep I.-----
S KHEM KAEgyptiana Chief of the Writers of the Fields.-----
SMA EM NEKHT EFEgyptianthe name of the favourite lion of Rameses II.-----
SMENEgyptianan Egyptian captain in the Syrian wars of Thothmes IV.-----
SMENDESEgyptiana king of Tanis.-----
SMENTOEgyptiana son of Anhur mes.-----
SMOTEgyptianan uncertain deity.-----
S NEFER KAEgyptianan early Egyptian king.-----
SNEFRUEgyptiana IIIrd dynasty king of Egypt.-----
S NEKHT EN AMENEgyptiana son of Rameses II.-----
SOKARIEgyptiana deity of Lower Egypt.-----
SONEgyptianthe prince royal of Ethiopia under Thothmes II.-----
SORISEgyptianSnefru.-----
SOSEgyptiana form of Shu.-----
SOSCHEEgyptianthe surname of Tahut nefer.-----
SOTEREgyptian Saviour an archon of Thebes.-----
SOUNIROEgyptianan overseer of archers.-----
SOUPHISEgyptiana IIIrd dynasty king.-----
SPOTEgyptiana god king.-----
STAUEgyptiana prince of Kush.-----
STEPHINATESEgyptiana XXVth dynasty king.-----
SUAEgyptianShabaka.-----
SUPHISEgyptianSouphis the successor of Soris.-----
SUPOTEgyptianthe son of Sheshanka I.-----
SUPTIEgyptiana mummied hawk form of Horus.-----
SUTEgyptianthe guardian of a hall of Osiris.-----
SUTEKHEgyptianSet.-----
SUTEN HEM HEEgyptiana chief in the court of Osirtesen I.-----
SUTEN HIEgyptianthe father of Nechtanebos.-----
SUTEN RA ANKHEgyptianan early king.-----
SUTEN REKHEgyptianPersonal Friend of the King.-----
SUTEN REKH ATAEgyptiana Vth dynasty king.-----
TAEgyptiana stellar deity.-----
TA BATEgyptiana temple singer of Amen Ra.-----
TA BEEgyptiana governor of Ethiopia or Kush.-----
TABUEgyptianthe son of an unknown king.-----
TACHUSEgyptiana king of Egypt.-----
TAF NEKHTEgyptiana priest of Osiris.-----
TAHARKAEgyptiana XXVth dynasty king of Egypt.-----
TA HEN KHAUEgyptianSplendour of Diadems.-----
TAHOEgyptiana royal scribe and priest of Imhotep.-----
TAHUEgyptiana XVIIIth dynasty incense bearer.-----
TAHUT AAEgyptianThe Great Thoth.-----
TAHUTIAEgyptianThoth.-----
TAHUT NEFEREgyptianGood Thoth.-----
TAKARUTEgyptiana XXIInd dynasty king.-----
TAKELOTHESEgyptianTakarut.-----
TAK SHARUEgyptiana mystical title of Amen Ra.-----
TA NA SA TA NASAEgyptiana mystical title of Amen Ra.-----
TARIUSHEgyptianDarius.-----
TATEgyptianan Egyptian deified emblem of stability.-----
TATAEgyptianthe father of Osirtesen.-----
TATHRAEgyptiana XIXth dynasty functionary.-----
TATI NAS KA NOFREEgyptianthe son of King Imhotep.-----
TAT KERAEgyptianAssa Tatkeres.-----
TAT KERA MAEgyptianan early Egyptian king.-----
TAUT MUT FEgyptianthe Painter one of the four genii of the dead.-----
TAU UEREgyptianthe father of Ameni.-----
TEBUEgyptiana mystical divinity of the Ritual of the Dead.-----
TEF AMENEgyptiana son of Herhor si amun.-----
TEKEMEgyptiana mystical divinity of the Ritual of the Dead.-----
TEN AMENEgyptianan incense bearer of Amen Ra.-----
TEN EM HAA PTHAHEgyptiana Chief of the Singers of Pthah.-----
TENIEgyptiana prince of Kush.-----
TEOSEgyptianthe son and successor of Nekhtarhebi.-----
TEREN RAEgyptianan obscure XIIIth or XIVth dynasty monarch.-----
TES AMENEgyptiana private Egyptian gentleman.-----
TES BATATEgyptianthe consort of Mert hapi.-----
TES KARTESEgyptianEgyptian form of Greek Tisicrates.-----
TETAEgyptianAti.-----
TET EM HEBIEgyptianthe secretary of King Rameses XII.-----
TET EN HOREgyptianthe father of Anima.-----
TET HAPIEgyptiana mystical divinity.-----
TETIEgyptianan Egyptian official in the XVIIIth dynasty.-----
TET PTHAH AF ANKHEgyptiana son of Takelot II.-----
THAMPSISEgyptianthe successor of Sebercheres.-----
THEMAEgyptiansomething set down established .-----
THIEgyptiangiving.-----
THOTH HOTEPEgyptianthe husband of Salant mouth and father of Tates.-----
THOTHMESEgyptianSon of Thoth.-----
THOTH MESEgyptianSon of Thoth.-----
THOTHMOSESEgyptianThothmes.-----
THUORISEgyptiana king of the XXth dynasty.-----
TIEgyptiangiving.-----
TIAKKENEgyptiana vassal king of Thebes.-----
TI EIEgyptiana chief of the pure house.-----
TIHRAKEgyptianTaharka.-----
TISU EM ABEgyptianthe Superintendent of the Royal Grooms.-----
TITIAEgyptianchief of the scribes of Amen Ra.-----
TIUMAUTEFEgyptianTaut mut f.-----
TLASEgyptianUtnas.-----
TNEMEIEgyptiana sacred scribe.-----
TNEPHACHTHESEgyptianTaf nekht.-----
TOEgyptianan auditor of the temple of Memphis.-----
TO IAEgyptianthe Chief of the Great Grooms of the King.-----
TON EN AMENEgyptianthe third prophet of Amen Ra.-----
TOSERTOSISEgyptiana king of the IIIrd Egyptian dynasty.-----
TOSORTHROSEgyptianTseshortsa Serbes .-----
TOSORTHRUSEgyptianTseshortsa Serbes .-----
TOTAEgyptiana king of the IIIrd dynasty.-----
TOTHIEgyptiana high priest of Amen Ra.-----
TOTOUNEgyptianthe name of an obscure deity.-----
TSAFENTOEgyptianSustainer of the World.-----
TSESHORTSAEgyptianthe second king of IIIrd dynasty of Egypt.-----
TSILLU ASSUREgyptianan astronomer in the court of Sennacherib.-----
TSISKHAEgyptianLycopolis the king of Siayut.-----
TUAUEgyptiana priest of the temple of Anhur.-----
TUBAEgyptianthe father of Ra senb.-----
TU EN HOREgyptianthe son of an early king.-----
TUMEgyptianAtum.-----
TUMENTU AF ANKHEgyptiana priest of the Mentu Ra.-----
TUNAR IEgyptiana priest of the time of Rameses II.-----
TUREISEgyptianTota.-----
TUROEgyptiana son of the priest Amen em ap.-----
TUTANKHAMENEgyptianliving image of Amen.-----
TUTUEgyptianan Egyptian official.-----
TUTU AMENEgyptiana priest or scribe of Amen Ra.-----
UAEgyptianan officer and scribe.-----
UAB TOTEgyptianthe official of an unknown king.-----
UAEM KAUEgyptianthe father of Amenisenb.-----
UAHEgyptianthe father of Senbu.-----
UAH ABRAEgyptianthe sun enlarges his heart.-----
UAHBRAEgyptianthe sun enlarges his heart.-----
UAH ER MERIEgyptianIncrease of Love.-----
UAH MANI AMENEgyptianthe second prophet of Amen Ra.-----
UAHPRAHETEgyptianthe sun enlarges his heart.-----
UAH PRAHETEgyptianthe sun enlarges his heart.-----
UA KHONSEgyptiana XIXth dynasty gentleman.-----
UAPATEgyptiana XXIInd dynasty petty king.-----
UARSEKENEgyptiana great officer in the court of Ramen kheper.-----
UATA HOREgyptiana royal scribe of a late dynasty.-----
UER MUEgyptiana guardian of magazines for Seti I .-----
UETUEgyptianthe chief of the Keneb.-----
UGAEgyptianThe Eye.-----
UKANIEgyptianthe father of Mu sal lim Maruduk.-----
UKHAUAHAEgyptianMeadow.-----
UNAEgyptiana VIth dynasty general and officer.-----
UN AMENEgyptianthe king of Nalakhu.-----
UNASEgyptianthe last king of the Vth dynasty.-----
UNNEFEREgyptianthe Good Being.-----
UNSUEgyptiana royal steward of Amenhotep III.-----
UREgyptianeldest first great.-----
URSHUEgyptianthe superintendent of the watermen of Amen Ra.-----
USAPHAIDOSEgyptianHespu.-----
USER CHESEgyptianUser kaf.-----
USER HATEgyptiana priest of Amen Ra.-----
USER KAFEgyptianthe first king of the Vth dynasty.-----
USER KERAEgyptiana competitor for the throne of Egypt in the time of Ati.-----
USER MATEgyptianthe father of Setnau Chaem u set.-----
USER SONEgyptiana XIth dynasty monarch.-----
USER TEgyptianSustenance.-----
USIRTASENEgyptianOsirtesen.-----
USUR HAEgyptiana royal scribe.-----
UTA HAR PEN RESEgyptiana priest and high admiral under Cambyses.-----
UTA HOREgyptianEye of Horus.-----
UTETEgyptianGreen.-----
UTNASEgyptianthe fourth king of the IInd Thinite dynasty.-----
ZADKHIAUEgyptianan chief who unsuccessfully revolted against Piankhi Meramen.-----
ZAPHNATH PAANEAHEgyptianJoseph the Phoenician or Revealer of Secrets.-----
ZETEgyptianthe last king of the XXIIIrd dynasty.-----
ZET AUF ANKHEgyptianthe son of Hotep pthah.-----
ZET AUF PTHAHEgyptiana priest of Apis.-----
Zet aun pthah mer atef sEgyptiana priest of Apis.-----
ZET ISI AUF ANKHEgyptiana priest of Apis.-----
ZET PTHAH AUF ANKHEgyptiana chorister in the temple of Pthah.-----
AARANEnglishVariant spelling of English Aaron meaning light bringer.-----
AARENEnglishVariant spelling of English Aaron meaning light bringer. Compare with feminine Aaren.-----
AARONEnglishEnglish form of Greek Aaron Hebrew Aharon meaning light bringer. In the bible this is the name of the older brother of Moses.-----
AARRONEnglishVariant spelling of English Aaron meaning light bringer.-----
ABEnglishShort form of English Abner meaning father of light.-----
ABADDONEnglishAnglicized form of Greek Abaddon meaning destruction, ruination. In the New Testament bible this is the name of the place of destruction. And it is a name given to the angel of the bottomless pit the Destroyer Apollyon.-----
ABBOTEnglishVariant spelling of English Abbott meaning abbot, father, priest.-----
ABBOTTEnglishEnglish occupational surname transferred to forename use meaning abbot, father, priest, from Latin abbas priest, from Greek abbas from Aramaic aba father. First used as a forename in the 19th century.-----
ABDONEnglish Anglicized form of Hebrew Abdown meaning servant, worshiper. In the bible this is the name of several characters including one of the judges who ruled over Israel.-----
ABEEnglishShort form of Hebrew Abraham meaning father of a multitude,and other names beginning with Ab .-----
ABELInEnglishthe bible this is the name of the second son of Adam and Eve who was killed by his jealous brother Cain. 1 Anglicized form of Greek Habel meaning vanity, i.e. transitory. 2 Anglicized form of Hebrew Hebel meaning breath, breathing.-----
ABELLEnglishVariant spelling of English Abel meaning vanity, i.e. transitory.-----
ABIAEnglishAnglicized form of Hebrew unisex Abiyah meaning Yahweh is my father. In the bible this is the name of a son of Samuel the mother of Hezekiah a member of the tribe of Benjamin a king of Judah and several other characters.-----
ABIAHEnglishAnglicized form of Hebrew unisex Abiyah meaning Yahweh is my father. In the bible this is the name of a son of Samuel the mother of Hezekiah a member of the tribe of Benjamin a king of Judah and several other characters.-----
ABIDAEnglishAnglicized form of Hebrew Abiyda meaning father of knowledge. In the bible this is the name of one of Midian s five sons.Compare with feminine Abida.-----
ABIDAHEnglishVariant spelling of English Abida meaning father of knowledge.-----
ABIDANEnglishAnglicized form of Hebrew Abiydan meaning my father is judge. In the bible this is the name of a leader of the tribe of Benjamin.-----
ABIELEnglishAnglicized form of Hebrew Abiy el meaning El God is my father. In the bible this is the name of Saul s grandfather.-----
ABIHAILEnglishAnglicized form of Hebrew unisex Abiyhayil meaning father of might. In the bible this is the name of the father of Esther a Levite who was the head of the house of Merari and several other characters.-----
ABIHUEnglishAnglicized form of Hebrew Abiyhuw meaning he is my father. In the bible this is the name of a son of Aaron who was slain along with his brother Nadab by God for offering incense contrary to the law.-----
ABIJAHEnglishAnglicized form of Hebrew unisex Abiyah meaning Yahweh is my father. In the bible this is the name of a son of Samuel the mother of Hezekiah a member of the tribe of Benjamin a king of Judah and several other characters.-----
ABIMAELEnglishAnglicized form of Hebrew Abiyma el meaning my father is El God . In the bible this is the name of Joktan s ninth son of 13 a descendant of Shem.-----
ABIMELECHEnglish Anglicized form of Hebrew Abiymelek meaning Melek is father or my father is king. In the bible this is the name name of several characters including the king of Gerar who took Abraham s wife Sarah and was forced by God to return her. Also spelled Avimelech.-----
ABINOAMEnglishAnglicized form of Hebrew Abiyno am meaning father of pleasantness. In the bible this is the name of the father of Barak.-----
ABIRAMEnglishAnglicized form of Hebrew Abiyram meaning my father is exalted. In the bible this is the name of the eldest son of Hiel the Bethelite and the name of a son of Eliab who joined Korah in his rebellion against Moses.-----
ABISHAIEnglishAnglicized form of Hebrew Abiyshay meaning my father is Jesse or my father is a gift. In the bible this is the name of the eldest son of David s sister Zeruiah. He was the only one to accompany David when he went to the camp of Saul 1 Sam. 26 5 12 .-----
ABISHALOMEnglishAnglicized form of Hebrew Abiyshalowm meaning father of peace. In the bible this is the name of the father in law of Rehoboam.-----
ABIUDEnglishAnglicized form of Greek Abioud meaning my father is majesty. In the bible this is the name of the son of Bela.-----
ABLEEnglishVariant spelling of English Abel meaning vanity, i.e. transitory.-----
ABNAREnglishEnglish variant spelling of Hebrew Abner meaning father of light.-----
ABNEREnglishHebrew name meaning father of light. In the bible this is the name of a cousin of Saul who was also a commander of his army. In use by the English. Also spelled Avner.-----
ABNOREnglishEnglish variant spelling of Hebrew Abner meaning father of light.-----
ABNUREnglishEnglish variant spelling of Hebrew Abner meaning father of light.-----
ABOTEnglishVariant spelling of English Abbott meaning father.-----
ABOTTEnglishVariant spelling of English Abbott meaning father.-----
ABRAHAMEnglish Hebrew name meaning father of a multitude. In the bible this is the name of the founding patriarch of the Israelites. Also spelled Avraham.-----
ABRAMEnglish Greek Hebrew In use by the English.1. Greek form of Hebrew Abram meaning father of elevation. 2 Hebrew name meaning father of elevation. In the bible this is Abraham s name before God changed it.Also spelled Avram.-----
ABSALOMEnglishContracted form of English Abishalom meaning father of peace. In the bible this is the name of a son of king David.-----
ACEEnglishEnglishbyname transferred to forename use meaning number one.Compare with another form of Ace.-----
ACEREnglishPet form of English Ace meaning number one.-----
ACEYEnglishPet form of English Ace meaning number one.-----
ACHANEnglishAnglicized form of Hebrew Akan meaning one who troubles.In the bible this is the name of an Israelite who stole forbidden items during the assault on Jericho for which he was stoned to death.-----
ACHAREnglish Anglicized form of Hebrew Akar meaning one who troubles. In the bible this is the name of an Israelite who stole forbidden items during the assault on Jericho for which he was stoned to death.-----
ACIEEnglishPet form of English Ace meaning number one.-----
ACKEShortEnglishform of English Ackerley meaning oak meadow. Compare with another form of Acke.-----
ACKERLEAEnglishVariant spelling of English Ackerley meaning oak meadow.-----
ACKERLEYEnglishEnglish surname transferred to forename use meaning oak meadow.-----
ACKERLYEnglishVariant spelling of English Ackerley meaning oak meadow.-----
ACKLEAEnglishVariant spelling of English Ackley meaning oak meadow.-----
ACKLEYEnglishContracted form of English Ackerley meaning oak meadow.-----
ACKLIEEnglishVariant spelling of English Ackley meaning oak meadow.-----
ACTONEnglishEnglish surname transferred to forename use meaning oak tree settlement.-----
ADALIAEnglishAnglicized form of Hebrew Adalya of Persian derivation meaning I shall be drawn up of God. In the bible this is the name of the fifth son of Haman.-----
ADALIAHEnglishVariant spelling of English Adalia meaning I shall be drawn up of God.-----
ADAMEnglish Greek Hebrew In use by the English.1. Greek form of Hebrew Adam meaning the red earth.-----
ADAREEnglishEnglish variant spelling of Scottish Adair meaning the ford of the oaks.-----
ADDAMEnglishEnglish variant spelling of Hebrew Adam meaning earth or red.-----
ADDISONEnglishOld English surname transferred to unisex forename use meaning son of Adam.-----
ADENEnglishAnglicized form of Gaelic edan meaning fire.2. Variant spelling of English Adin meaning dainty, delicate.-----
ADENOEnglishVariant spelling of English Adino meaning soft, delicate or his ornament.-----
ADINEnglishAnglicized form of Hebrew Adiyn meaning dainty, delicate. In the bible this is the name of an ancestor of a family of exiles who returned with Zerubbabel.-----
ADINAEnglishAnglicized form of Hebrew unisex Adiyna meaning slender. In the bible this is a masculine name only the name of one of King David s captains.-----
ADINOEnglishAnglicized form of Hebrew Adiynow meaning soft, delicate or his ornament. In the bible this is the name of one of King David s warriors.-----
ADISONEnglishVariant spelling of English unisex Addison meaning son of Adam.-----
ADISSONEnglishVariant spelling of English unisex Addison meaning son of Adam.-----
ADLAIAnglicizedEnglishform of Hebrew Adlay meaning justice of God. In the bible this is the name of an ancestor of Shaphat the overseer of David s herds.-----
ADNEYEnglishEnglish name derived from the Old Norman French family name Oudinot meaning the noble s island.-----
ADOLPHEnglishEnglish form of Latin Adolphus meaning noble wolf.-----
ADONIAEnglish Variant spelling of English Adonijah meaning my Lord is Jehovah. Compare with feminine Adonia.-----
ADONIJAHEnglishAnglicized form of Hebrew Adoniyah meaning my Lord is Jehovah. In the bible this is the name of the fourth son of David and a couple of other characters.-----
ADRIANEnglishEnglish name derived from Latin Adrianus meaning from Hadria.-----
AENGUSEnglishIrish Anglicized form of Gaelic Aonghas meaning excellent valor.-----
AFFTONEnglishVariant spelling of English unisex Afton derived from the name of the River Afton in Ayrshire Scotland made famous in Burns poem Sweet Afton.-----
AFTONEnglishOld English surname transferred to unisex forename use derived from the name of the River Afton in Ayrshire Scotland made famous in Burns poem Sweet Afton.-----
AHABEnglishAnglicized form of Hebrew Ach ab meaning brother of father uncle. In the bible this is the name of a king of Israel the husband of Jezebel.-----
AHAZIAHEnglishAnglicized form of Hebrew Achazyah meaning God holds or whom God holds. In the bible this is the name of a son of Ahab and a son of Jehoram.-----
AHERNEnglishIrish surname transferred to forename use from an Anglicized form of Gaelic hEachthighearna descendant of Eachthighearna, hence lord of horses.-----
AHEARNEnglishVariant spelling of English Ahern meaning lord of horses.-----
AHERINEnglishVariant spelling of English Ahern meaning lord of horses.-----
AHERNEEnglishVariant spelling of English Ahern meaning lord of horses.-----
AHIAMEnglishAnglicized form of Hebrew Achiyam meaning mother s brother, i.e. uncle. In the bible this is the name of one of King David s warriors.-----
AHIANEnglishAnglicized form of Hebrew Achyan meaning brotherly or fraternal. In the bible this is the name of a member of the tribe of Manasseh.-----
AHIRAMEnglishAnglicized form of Hebrew Achiyram meaning brother of height. In the bible this is the name of a son of Benjamin.-----
AIAHEnglishAnglicized form of Hebrew unisex Ayah meaning falcon or vulture. In the bible this is the name of the father of Rizpah and a Horite the son of Zibeon.-----
AIDANEnglishAnglicized form of Gaelic edan meaning little fire.-----
AIDENEnglishVariant spelling of English Aidan meaning little fire.-----
AILLARDEnglishMiddle English and Old French form of Old High German Adalhard meaning noble strength.-----
AILWARDEnglishVariant spelling of Middle English Aylward meaning either noble guard or elf guard.-----
AIMEREYEnglishEnglish variant spelling of French Aimery meaning home ruler.-----
AIMERYEnglishEnglish variant spelling of Norman French Aimeri meaning home ruler.-----
ALEnglishShort form of English names beginning with Al . Compare with another form of Al.-----
ALADDINAnglicizedEnglishform of Arabic Ala Al din meaning nobility of faith.-----
ALANEnglishOld Celtic name possibly having the same origin as Irish Gaelic Ailin from ailin a diminutive of ail rock, hence little rock.-----
ALANNEnglishEnglish variant spelling of Celtic Alan possibly meaning little rock.-----
ALBANEnglishEnglish name derived from Latin Albanus meaning like Albus, i.e. white.-----
ALBERTMiddleEnglishEnglish form of Anglo Saxon thelbert meaning bright nobility. Compare with other forms of Albert.-----
ALBINEnglishEnglish name derived from Latin Albinus meaning like Albus, i.e. white.-----
ALBYEnglishPet form of English Alban meaning like Albus, i.e. white.-----
ALDENEnglishVariant spelling of Middle English Aldin meaning old friend.Or from the surname Alden having several possible meanings old hill, high castle or high town.-----
ALDFORDEnglishVariant spelling of Old English Alford meaning old river ford.-----
ALDINEnglishVariant spelling of Middle English Aldine meaning old friend.-----
ALDINEEnglishMiddle English form of Anglo Saxon Ealdwine meaning old friend.-----
ALDISEnglishVariant spelling of Old English Aldous possibly meaning from the old house.-----
ALDONEnglishVariant spelling of Middle English Alden meaning old friend.-----
ALDOUSEnglishFrom a surname common in the Middle Ages thought to be of Anglo Saxon origin probably a contraction of Old English ald house hence from the old house.-----
ALDREDEnglishMiddle English form of Anglo Saxon Ealdred meaning old counsel.-----
ALDRICHMiddleEnglishEnglish form of Anglo Saxon thelric meaning noble ruler. Compare with another form of Aldrich.-----
ALDRIDGEEnglishFrom the surname which was derived from Middle English Aldrich meaning noble ruler.-----
ALDUSEnglishVariant spelling of Old English Aldous probably meaning from the old house.-----
ALDWENEnglishVariant spelling of Middle English Aldwin meaning old friend.-----
ALDWINEnglishMiddle English form of Anglo Saxon Ealdwine meaning old friend.-----
ALECShortEnglishform of English Alexander meaning defender of mankind. Compare with other forms of Alec.-----
ALECKEnglishShort form of English Alexander meaning defender of mankind.-----
ALENEnglishEnglish variant spelling of Celtic Alan possibly meaning little rock.-----
ALERICEnglishEnglish variant spelling of Visigothic Alaric meaning all powerful ruler of all.-----
ALERICKEnglishEnglish variant spelling of Visigothic Alaric meaning all powerful ruler of all.-----
ALEXEnglishEnglish unisex short form of Alexandra and Alexander meaning defender of mankind.-----
ALEXANDEREnglish Hebrew Anglicized form of Latin Alexandrus Greek Alexandros meaning defender of mankind. In the New Testament bible this is the name of a son of Simon a relative of the high priest a Jew in Acts 19 33 and a coppersmith who opposed Paul.-----
ALFEnglishShort form of English Alfred meaning elf counsel. Compare with other forms of Alf.-----
ALFIEEnglishPet form of English Alfred meaning elf counsel.-----
ALFONZOEnglishEnglish name derived from Latin Alfonsus meaning noble and ready.-----
ALFORDEnglishOld English habitational surname transferred to forename use from the name of various places most of which were composed of the Old English elements eald old and ford ford, hence old river ford.-----
ALFREDEnglishModern English form of Middle English Alvred meaning elf counsel.-----
ALFRIDEnglishVariant spelling of English Alfred meaning elf counsel.-----
ALFYEnglishPet form of English Alfred meaning elf counsel.-----
ALGAREnglishMiddle English form of Anglo Saxon lfgar meaning elf spear.-----
ALGEREnglishVariant spelling of Middle English Algar meaning elf spear. -----
ALGERNONEnglishEnglishname derived from the old Norman French byname algernon from aux gernons for someone moustached.-----
ALICEnglishShort form of English Alexander meaning defender of mankind.-----
ALICKEnglishShort form of English Alexander meaning defender of mankind.-----
ALIKEnglishShort form of English Alexander meaning defender of mankind.-----
ALIXEnglishVariant spelling of English unisex Alex meaning defender of mankind.-----
ALLANEnglishEnglish variant spelling of Celtic Alan possibly meaning little rock.-----
ALLARDEnglishVariant spelling of Middle English and Old French Aillard meaning noble strength.-----
ALLARICEnglishEnglish variant spelling of Visigothic Alaric meaning all powerful ruler of all.-----
ALLARICKEnglishEnglish variant spelling of Visigothic Alaric meaning all powerful ruler of all.-----
ALLASTEREnglishAnglicized form of Gaelic Alaster meaning defender of mankind.-----
ALLASTIREnglishAnglicized form of Gaelic Alaster meaning defender of mankind.-----
ALLENEnglishEnglish variant spelling of Celtic Alan possibly meaning little rock.-----
ALLERICEnglishEnglish variant spelling of Visigothic Alaric meaning all powerful ruler of all.-----
ALLERICKEnglishEnglish variant spelling of Visigothic Alaric meaning all powerful ruler of all.-----
ALLGAREnglishVariant spelling of Middle English Algar meaning elf spear.-----
ALLGEREnglishVariant spelling of Middle English Algar meaning elf spear.-----
ALLINEnglishEnglish variant spelling of Celtic Alan possibly meaning little rock.-----
ALLISTAIREnglishAnglicized form of Scottish Gaelic Alastair meaning defender of mankind.-----
ALLISTEREnglishAnglicized form of Gaelic Alaster meaning defender of mankind.-----
ALLISTIREnglishAnglicized form of Gaelic Alaster meaning defender of mankind.-----
ALLONEnglishAnglicized form of Hebrew Allown meaning oak tree. In the bible this is the name of a son of Simeon.-----
ALLRICEnglishEnglish variant spelling of Visigothic Alaric meaning all powerful ruler of all.-----
ALLYNEnglishEnglish variant spelling of Celtic Alan possibly meaning little rock.-----
ALLYSDAIREnglishAnglicized form of Irish Gaelic Alasdair meaning defender of mankind.-----
ALLYSDAREEnglishAnglicized form of Irish Gaelic Alasdair meaning defender of mankind.-----
ALLYSTAIREnglishAnglicized form of Scottish Gaelic Alastair meaning defender of mankind.-----
ALLYSTEREnglishAnglicized form of Gaelic Alaster meaning defender of mankind.-----
ALONEnglish Variant spelling of English Allon meaning oak tree.-----
ALONZOEnglishEnglish variant spelling of Spanish Alonso meaning noble and ready.-----
ALPHAEnglish English unisex name derived from the first letter of the Greek alphabet.-----
ALPHONZOEnglishEnglish variant spelling of Spanish Alphonso meaning noble and ready.-----
ALPINEnglishScottish Anglicized form of Gaelic Ailpein possibly meaning white.-----
ALPINEEnglishEnglish name probably derived from the vocabulary word alpine meaning of the Swiss Alps.-----
ALTAIREnglish Arabic Modern English unisex name derived from the name of the brightest star in the constellation Aquila from an Arabic word meaning the bird or the flyer.-----
ALTONEnglishOld English surname transferred to forename use derived from the name of many places most of which meant either old town or settlement at the river source.-----
ALUREDEnglishVariant spelling of Middle English Alvred meaning elf counsel.-----
ALVAREnglishMiddle English form of Anglo Saxon lfhere meaning elf army.-----
ALVENEnglishEnglish variant spelling of Norman French Alvin meaning elf friend.-----
ALVIEEnglishEnglish pet form of Norman French Alvin meaning elf friend.-----
ALVINEnglishNorman French name derived from Latin Alvinius meaning elf friend. In use by the English.-----
ALVREDEnglishMiddle English form of Latin Alvredus meaning elf counsel.-----
ALVYEnglishEnglish pet form of Norman French Alvin meaning elf friend.-----
ALVYNEnglishEnglish variant spelling of Norman French Alwin meaning elf friend.-----
ALWINVariantEnglishspelling of Middle English Elwin meaning elf friend. Compare with other forms of Alwin.-----
ALWYNEnglishVariant spelling of Middle English Alwin meaning elf friend.-----
ALYSDAIREnglishAnglicized form of Irish Gaelic Alasdair meaning defender of mankind.-----
ALYSDAREEnglishAnglicized form of Irish Gaelic Alasdair meaning defender of mankind.-----
ALYSTEREnglishAnglicized form of Gaelic Alaster meaning defender of mankind.-----
ALYSTAIREnglishAnglicized form of Gaelic Alaster meaning defender of mankind.-----
AMARIAEnglishVariant spelling of English Amariah meaning whom God spoke of.-----
AMARIAHEnglish Anglicized form of Hebrew Amaryah meaning whom God spoke of. In the bible this is the name of a priest who lived in the time of King Jehoshaphat.-----
AMASAIEnglishAnglicized form of Hebrew Amasay meaning burdensome. In the bible this is the name of a warrior and chief of the captains a Kohathite ancestor of Samuel a priest and another Kohathite Levite who lived in the time of the reign of king Hezekiah of Judah.-----
AMBIEEnglishPet form of English Ambrose meaning immortal.-----
AMBROSEEnglishEnglish form of Latin Ambrosius meaning immortal.-----
AMBYEnglishPet form of English Ambrose meaning immortal.-----
AMERYVariantEnglishspelling of English Amory meaning home ruler.-----
AMIEnglishAnglicized form of Hebrew Amiy meaning bond servant. In the bible this is the name of a servant of King Solomon.-----
AMITAIEnglishVariant spelling of English Amittai meaning my truth.-----
AMITTAIEnglishAnglicized form of Hebrew Amittay meaning my truth. In the bible this is the name of Jonah s father.-----
AMLODIEnglishAnglicized form of Icelandic Amlooi possibly meaning heavy or the dullard.-----
AMMIELEnglishAnglicized form of Hebrew Ammiy el meaning one of the family of God.In the bible this is the name of several characters including a spy from the tribe of Dan who died in the plague.-----
AMMINADABEnglishAnglicized form of Greek Aminadab meaning servant of the prince. In the New Testament bible this is the name of an ancestor of Christ.-----
AMMIHUDEnglishAnglicized form of Hebrew Ammiyhuwd meaning one of the people of Judah. In the bible this is the name of several characters including the father of Shemuel.-----
AMMONAnglicizedEnglishform of Hebrew Ammown meaning kindred, tribal. In the bible this is the name of a son of Lot by his younger daughter. Compare with another form of Ammon.-----
AMONEnglishAnglicized form of Hebrew Amown meaning skilled workman. In the bible this is the name of a king of Judah a governor of Samaria and a descendant of one one of Solomon s servants.Compare with another form of Amon.-----
AMORYEnglishEnglish surname transferred to forename use derived from the Norman French personal name Aimeri meaning home ruler.-----
AMOSEnglishAnglicized form of Greek Amos meaning strong. In the New Testament bible this is the name of an ancestor of Christ.-----
AMOZEnglishAnglicized form of Hebrew Amowts meaning strong. In the bible this is the name of the father of Isaiah the prophet.-----
AMRANEnglishAnglicized form of Hebrew Chamran meaning the people is exalted or their slime. In the bible this is the name of a son of a descendant of Esau.-----
ANAKINEnglishThis name became popular as a boy s name after the making of the Star Wars saga by George Lucas who named his Darth Vader character after the surname of director Ken Annakin a variant spelling of the Low German female personal name Anniken a form of Hannah meaning favor grace.-----
ANANIEnglishAnglicized form of Hebrew Ananiy meaning my cloud. In the bible this is the name of the 7th son of Elioenai descendant of David.-----
ANANIAHEnglishAnglicized form of Hebrew Ananya meaning Jehovah clouds or what Jehovah covers. In the bible this is the name of an ancestor of Azariah who lived in the time of Nehemiah and assisted in rebuilding the city wall.-----
ANANIASEnglishAnglicized form of Greek Hananias meaning whom Jehovah has graciously given. In the New Testament bible this is the name of the husband of Sapphira a Christian at Damascus and a son of Nedebaeus Greek Nabadias .-----
ANDERSONEnglishEnglish patronymic surname transferred to forename use meaning son of Andrew.-----
ANDREWEnglishAnglicized form of Greek Andreas meaning man warrior. In the bible this is the name of an apostle of Christ and brother to Simon Peter. He is said to have been crucified at Patrae in Archaia.-----
ANDYEnglishUnisex pet form of English Andrew and Andrea meaning man warrior.-----
ANGELEnglishEnglish unisex name derived from Latin Angelus meaning angel, messenger. Once used as a man s name in England. It is now almost strictly a feminine name.-----
ANGUSEnglishEnglish surname transferred to forename use derived from the name of a county of Scotland which took its name from Gaelic Aonghus supposedly from Aongus Fer meaning excellent valor.-----
ANSCOMEnglishEnglish surname transferred to forename use meaning stone enclosed valley.-----
ANSCOMBEnglishVariant spelling of English Anscom meaning stone enclosed valley.-----
ANSONEnglishEnglish patronymic surname transferred to forename use which may have been based on any of a number of Middle English names i.e. son of Ansel or son Agnes.-----
ANTHONYEnglishEnglish form of Latin Antonius possibly meaning invaluable.-----
ANTONYVariantEnglishspelling of English Anthony possibly meaning invaluable.-----
ANTUANEnglishEnglish variant spelling of French Antoine possibly meaning invaluable.-----
ANTWANEnglishModern English variant spelling of French Antoine possibly meaning invaluable.-----
APOLLYONEnglishAnglicized form of Greek Apollyon meaning destroyer. In the New Testament bible this is the name of the angel prince of the infernal regions the minister of death and author of havoc on earth. He is also known by the name Abaddon.-----
ARCHIBALDEnglishAnglicized form of Scottish Gaelic Gilleasbaig meaning bishop s servant.-----
ARCHIEEnglishPet form of English Archibald meaning genuine courage.-----
ARDALEnglishAnglicized form of Irish Gaelic rdghal meaning high valor.-----
ARDENEnglishEnglish habitational surname transferred to unisex forename use derived from Celtic ard meaning high, hence from the high place.-----
ARDONEnglishAnglicized form of Hebrew Ardown meaning fugitive. In the bible this is the name of a son of Caleb.-----
ARELIEnglishAnglicized form of Hebrew Ar eliy meaning lion of God. In the bible this is the name of a son of Gad.-----
ARICEnglishVariant spelling of English Eric meaning ever ruler.-----
ARIDAIEnglish Anglicized form of Hebrew Ariyday meaning the lion is enough. In the bible this is the name of the ninth of Haman s ten sons who were hanged by the Jews.-----
ARIEHEnglishAnglicized form of Hebrew Aryeh meaning lion. In the bible this is the name of an officer of king Pekahiah.-----
ARIELAnglicizedEnglishform of Hebrew unisex Ari el meaning lion of god. In the bible this is a name applied to the city of Jerusalem and the name of a chief of the returning exiles. In the Apocrypha this is the name of an archangel who rules the waters. It is also the name of a moon of Uranus and the name of a spirit in Shakespeare s play The Tempest.-----
ARIKEnglishVariant spelling of English Eric meaning ever ruler. Compare with another form of Arik.-----
ARINEnglishVariant spelling of English Aaron meaning light bringer.Compare with feminine Arin.-----
ARLEYEnglishVariant spelling of English Harley meaning rocky meadow.-----
ARLIEEnglishVariant spelling of English Arley meaning rocky meadow.-----
ARNShortEnglishform of English Arnold meaning eagle power. Compare with another form of Arn.-----
ARNEEnglishMedieval short form of English Arnold meaning eagle power. Compare with another form of Arne.-----
ARNIEEnglishPet form of English Arnold meaning eagle power.-----
ARNOLDEnglishEnglish name derived from French Arnaud meaning eagle power.-----
ARNYEnglishPet form of English Arnold meaning eagle power.-----
ARRANEnglishVariant spelling of English Aaron meaning light bringer.-----
ARRONEnglishVariant spelling of English Aaron meaning light bringer.-----
ARRYNEnglishVariant spelling of English Aaron meaning light bringer.-----
ARTEnglishEnglish short form of Celtic Arthur possibly meaning bear man. Compare with another form of Art.-----
ARTHUREnglishCeltic Arthurian legend name of a famous King of Britain. The name is of obscure etymology possibly composed of Welsh art/arth bear and Brittonic gur man, hence bear man. The earliest mention of him is in Welsh texts where he is never called king, but rather dux bellorum meaning war leader. Medieval Welsh texts call him ameraudur emperor which could also mean war leader. In early Welsh works the word art was used as a figurative synonym for warrior.-----
ARTIEEnglishEnglish pet form of Celtic Arthur possibly meaning bear man.-----
ARTUREnglishEarly English form of Celtic Arthur possibly meaning bear man.-----
ARVINEnglishPossibly a variant spelling of English Irvin meaning fresh water or green water.-----
ASAFEnglishVariant spelling of English Asaph meaning collector, gatherer.-----
ASAPHEnglishAnglicized form of Hebrew Acaph meaning collector, gatherer. In the bible this is the name of several characters including King David s chief musician.-----
ASAREELEnglishAnglicized form of Hebrew Asar el meaning whom God has bound by a vow .-----
ASHShortEnglishform of English unisex Ashley meaning ash tree grove.-----
ASHEREnglish Hebrew name derived from the word ashar meaning happy. In the bible this is the name of a son of Jacob. In use by the English.-----
ASHLEYEnglishEnglishsurname transferred to unisex forename use composed of the Old English elements isc ash and leah wood, hence ash tree grove.-----
ASHRIELEnglishAnglicized form of Hebrew Asriy el meaning vow of God. In the bible this is the name of a son and great grandson of Manasseh and a son of Gilead.-----
ASHTONEnglishEnglish habitational surname transferred to unisex forename use from the name of various places composed of the Old English elements sc ash tree and tun settlement, hence ash tree settlement.-----
ASHUREnglishAnglicized form of Hebrew Ashchuwr meaning blackness. In the bible this is the name of a son of the father of Temeni.-----
ASIAEnglishEnglish unisex name derived from the name of the continent which was possibly derived from Assyrian asu meaning east.-----
ASSHUREnglishAnglicized form of Hebrew Ashshuwr meaning a step. In the bible this is the name second son of Shem. It is also a name applied to the nation of Assyria and its people.-----
ASSUREnglishAnglicized form of Hebrew Ashshuwr meaning a step. In the bible this is the name second son of Shem. It is also a name applied to the nation of Assyria and its people.-----
ASTONEnglishEnglish habitational surname transferred to unisex forename use from the name of various places composed of the Old English elements east east and tun settlement, hence east settlement.-----
ASTROPHELEnglishEnglish literary name from Astrophel and Stella a famous sonnet composed by Philip Sidney in the 1580s composed of the Greek elements aster star and phil friend, lover, hence star lover.-----
ATHELSTANEnglishVariant spelling of Middle English Ethelstan meaning noble stone.-----
AUBREYEnglishEnglish unisex form of Norman French Alberi meaning elf ruler.-----
AUBRYEnglishMasculine variant spelling of English unisex Aubrey meaning elf ruler.-----
AUBYNEnglishEnglish variant spelling of French Aubin meaning like Albus, i.e. white.-----
AUDLEYEnglishEnglish habitational surname transferred to forename use derived from the name of a place in Staffordshire composed of Old English Ealdgyth and leah meadow, woodland clearing, hence Ealdgyth s meadow.-----
AUGUSTShortEnglishform of Latin Augustus meaning venerable. In use by the English and Germans.-----
AUGUSTINEEnglishEnglish form of Latin Augustinus meaning venerable.-----
AULAYEnglishAnglicized form of Scottish Gaelic Amhlaibh meaning heir of the ancestors.-----
AUSTENEnglishVariant spelling of English Austin meaning venerable.-----
AUSTINEnglishEnglish surname transferred to forename use from Old French Aousten from Roman Latin Augustinus meaning venerable.-----
AUSTYNEnglishUnisex form of English Austin meaning venerable.-----
AUTUMNEnglishEnglish unisex name derived from the season name from Latin autumnus thought to be of Etruscan origin. Harvest was the original English name for the season Autumn replaced it in the 16th century.-----
AVERELEnglishMiddle English masculine form of Anglo Saxon Eoforhild meaning boar battle.-----
AVERILLEnglishEnglish surname Averill transferred to forename use meaning the hill sown with oats.-----
AVERYEnglishEnglish surname transferred to unisex forename use originally a Norman French form of Middle English Alfred meaning elf counsel.-----
AVONEnglishEnglish name which derived from the name of any of several rivers in England which got their name from Celtic afon meaning river.-----
AYLMEREnglishEnglishsurname transferred to forename use derived from a contracted form of Athelmare meaning nobly famous.-----
AYLWARDMiddleEnglishEnglish form of Anglo Saxon thelweard noble guard or lfweard elf guard.-----
AYMERYEnglishVariant spelling of English Aimery meaning home ruler.-----
AZALEnglishAnglicized form of Hebrew Atsel meaning noble. In the bible this is the name of a place near Jerusalem and a descendant of Saul.-----
AZANIAHEnglishAnglicized form of Hebrew Azanyah meaning God hears. In the bible this is the name of the father of Jeshua.-----
AZARAELEnglishAnglicized form of Hebrew Azar el meaning God has helped or whom God helps. In the bible this is the name of many characters including a son of Bani one of King David s warriors and a priest and musician.-----
AZAREELAnglicizedEnglishform of Hebrew Azar el meaning God has helped or whom God helps. In the bible this is the name of many characters including a son of Bani one of King David s warriors and a priest and musician.-----
AZARIAHEnglishAnglicized form of Aramaic/Hebrew Azarya meaning help of God. In the bible this is the name of several characters including one of the three young men thrown into the fiery furnace by Nebuchadnezzar.-----
AZAZELEnglishAnglicized form of Hebrew Aza zel meaning entire removal and scapegoat. In the bible this word is found in the law of the day of atonement Leviticus 16 08 10 26 . It refers to a goat used for sacrifice for the sins of the people. In modern times Azazel was interpreted as a Satanic goat like demon. The name has even been used for the Angel of Death.-----
AZAZIAHEnglishAnglicized form of Hebrew Azazyahuw meaning Yahweh is mighty. In the bible this is the name of several minor characters including the father of Hoshea.-----
AZELEnglishAnglicized form of Hebrew Atsel meaning noble. In the bible this is the name of a place near Jerusalem and a descendant of Saul.-----
AZRAELEnglishAnglicized form of Arabic Azra il the name of the Angel of Death who separates the soul from the body upon death.-----
AZRIELEnglishAnglicized form of Arabic Azra il the name of the Angel of Death who separates the soul from the body upon death.-----
AZURIAHEnglishVariant spelling of English Azariah meaning help of God.-----
BAALZEBUBEnglishAnglicized form of Hebrew Ba al Zebuwb meaning lord of the fly. In the bible this is the name of a Philistine deity worshiped at Ekron.-----
BAAL ZEBUBEnglishAnglicized form of Hebrew Ba al Zebuwb meaning lord of the fly. In the bible this is the name of a Philistine deity worshiped at Ekron.-----
BABEEnglishThis was once a popular American English pet name for athletes especially in the early 1900s before and after Babe Ruth. Compare with feminine Babe.-----
BAILEYEnglishEnglish occupational surname transferred to unisex forename use meaning bailiff.-----
BAILIEEnglishVariant spelling of English unisex Bailey meaning bailiff.-----
BAILYEnglishVariant spelling of English unisex Bailey meaning bailiff.-----
BALDWINEnglishEnglish form of French Baldoin meaning brave friend.-----
BALLARDEnglishFrom an Old English derogatory name for a bald headed person it became a surname then transferred to forename derived from Middle English balled meaning rounded like a ball, hence bald headed.-----
BALLINAMOREEnglishIrish surname transferred to forename use from an Anglicized form of Gaelic Beal an tha Moir meaning mouth of the big ford.-----
BALLINDERRYEnglishIrish surname transferred to forename use from an Anglicized form of Gaelic Baile an Doire meaning town of the oak wood.-----
BALTHASAREnglishAnglicized form of Greek Baltasar meaning Ba al protect the king. Early Christians assigned names to the three Magi wise men from the east who visited the baby Jesus. They are mentioned but not named in the bible Balthasar is one of them the other two are Casper and Melchior.-----
BALTHAZAREnglishVariant spelling of English Balthasar meaning Ba al protect the king.-----
BAMBIEnglishEnglish unisex name derived from the Italian word bambino meaning child.-----
BAMBIEEnglishVariant spelling of English unisex Bambi meaning child.-----
BANIEnglish Anglicized form of Hebrew Baniy meaning built. In the bible this is the name of several characters including one of David s warriors.-----
BAPTISTEnglishEnglish form of French Baptiste meaning baptist.-----
BAR JESUSEnglishAnglicized form of Greek Bariesou meaning son of Jesus. In the New Testament bible this is the name of a FALSE prophet.-----
BARNABYEnglishOld English form of Greek Barnabas meaning son of exhortation.-----
BARNEYEnglishEnglish pet form of Bernard bold as a bear and Greek Barnabas son of exhortation.-----
BARRETEnglishEnglish byname for a quarrelsome person. It became a surname then transferred to a forename derived from Middle English barat a derivative of barater meaning to haggle, hence haggler.-----
BARRETTEnglishVariant spelling of English Barret meaning haggler.-----
BARRIEEnglishVariant spelling of English Barry meaning fair headed.-----
BARRYEnglishAnglicized form of Irish Gaelic Barra meaning fair headed.-----
BARTEnglishShort form of English Bartholomew meaning son of Talmai.-----
BARTHOLOMEWEnglishEnglish form of French Bartholomieu meaning son of Talmai. In the New Testament bible this is the name of one of the twelve apostles.-----
BARTLETEnglishDiminutive form of English Bartholomew meaning son of Talmai.-----
BARTLEYEnglishOld English name meaning Bart s Bartholomew s meadow.-----
BARUCHEnglishAnglicized form of Hebrew Baruwk meaning blessed. In the bible this is the name of several characters including a faithful attendant of Jeremiah to whom the apocryphal Book of Baruch is ascribed.-----
BARZILAIEnglishAnglicized form of Hebrew Barzillay meaning man of iron.-----
BARZILLAIEnglishAnglicized form of Hebrew Barzillay meaning man of iron. In the bible this is the name of several characters including a Gileadite leader who helped David against Absalom s rebellion.-----
BASEnglishShort form of English Basil meaning king or basil the herb .-----
BASILEnglishEnglishform of French Basile meaning king. Also sometimes given as an herb name.-----
BASSETTEnglishEnglish name derived from the Old French word basset a byname for a short person derived from a diminutive form of the word basse low short hence shorty.-----
BASTIANEnglishShort form of English Sebastian meaning from Sebaste.-----
BAXTEREnglishOld English occupational surname transferred to forename use derived from the word bicestre female baker, the feminine form of bicere male baker.-----
BAZEnglishPet form of English Basil meaning king or basil the herb .-----
BEAUEnglishOriginally an English pet name meaning handsome, derived from the French word beau meaning beautiful. Later in the 19th century it was used as a word meaning admirer or sweetheart. Its use as a forename seems to have been due to Wren s novel Beau Geste 1924 and the character Beau Wilkes in Mitchell s Gone With the Wind 1936 .-----
BEAVISEnglishVariant spelling of English Bevis possibly meaning shining one.-----
BEDIVEREEnglishAnglicized form of Welsh Bedwyr possibly meaning grave knower, inferring one who knows Arthur s grave. In Arthurian legend this is the name of a Knight of the Round Table who returned Excalibur to the Lady of the Lake after King Arthur s death. Described as being one handed he was still an excellent warrior. In Welsh his full name was Bedwyr Bedrydant meaning Bedivere of the Perfect Sinews.-----
BEELZEBUBEnglishAnglicized form of Greek Beelzeboul meaning lord of dung. In the New Testament bible this is a name for Satan the prince of evil spirits.-----
BELSHAZZAREnglishAnglicized form of Hebrew Belsha tstsar meaning Ba al protect the king. In the bible this is the name of a king of Babylon at the time of its fall he to whom Daniel interpreted the writing on the wall.-----
BELTESHAZZAREnglishAnglicized form of Babylonian Beltesha tstsar meaning Ba al s prince. In the bible this is Daniel the prophet s Babylonian name.-----
BENEnglishShort form of English Benjamin son of the right hand and Benedict blessed.-----
BENAIAHEnglishAnglicized form of Hebrew Benayah and Benayahu meaning God has built.In the bible this is the name of the captain of David s guard and many other characters.-----
BENEDICTEnglishEnglish form of French Benedict meaning blessed.-----
BENETVariantEnglishspelling of English Bennett meaning blessed. Compare with another form of Benet.-----
BENETTEnglishVariant spelling of English Bennett meaning blessed.-----
BENJAMINAnglicizedEnglishform of Greek Beniamin from Hebrew Binyamin meaning son of the right hand. In the bible this is the name of one of the founders of the twelve tribes of Israel the youngest of Jacob s twelve sons. His birth name was Benoni given to him by his mother who died giving birth to him. Not wanting his son to bear such an ill omened name Jacob changed his name to Binyamin/Benjamin because he was the only son born in southern Canaan instead of northern Mesopotamia. Compare with another form of Benjamin.-----
BENJIEnglishPet form of English Benjamin meaning son of the right hand.-----
BENJIEEnglishPet form of English Benjamin meaning son of the right hand.-----
BENJYEnglishPet form of English Benjamin meaning son of the right hand.-----
BENNETEnglishVariant spelling of English Bennett meaning blessed.-----
BENNETTEnglishMedieval form of English Benedict meaning blessed.-----
BENNIEEnglishPet form of English Benjamin son of the right hand and Benedict blessed.-----
BENNYEnglishPet form of English Benjamin son of the right hand and Benedict blessed.-----
BEN ONIEnglishAnglicized form of Hebrew Ben Owniy meaning son of my sorrow. In the bible this is the name given to Benjamin by his mother Rachel as she died giving birth to him.-----
BENONIEnglishAnglicized form of Hebrew Ben Owniy meaning son of my sorrow. In the bible this is the name given to Benjamin by his mother Rachel as she died giving birth to him.-----
BENSONEnglishEnglish surname transferred to forename use meaning son of Ben.-----
BENTLEYEnglishEnglish surname transferred to forename use derived from the name of various places composed of the Old English elements beonet bent grass and leah clearing, meadow hence bent grass meadow.-----
BENTONEnglishEnglish surname transferred to forename use derived from the name of a place in Northumbria composed of the Old English elements beonet bent grass and tun enclosure settlement, hence bent grass settlement.-----
BERKELEYEnglishEnglish habitational surname transferred to forename use composed of the Old English elements be o rc birch and leah clearing, meadow, pasture, hence birch tree meadow.-----
BERNARDEnglishEnglishform of Anglo Saxon Beornheard meaning bold as a bear. Compare with another form of Bernard.-----
BERNIEEnglishPet form of English Bernard meaning bold as a bear.-----
BERRYVariantEnglishspelling of English Barry meaning fair headed. Compare with feminine Berry.-----
BERTEnglishModern English name derived from Old English beorht meaning bright. Used as a short form of longer names containing the same element.-----
BERTIEEnglishPet form of English Bert meaning bright.Compare with feminine Bertie.-----
BETHUELEnglishAnglicized form of Hebrew Bethuw el meaning God destroys or man of God. In the bible this is the name of a town and also the name of the father of Rebecca.-----
BETUELEnglishVariant spelling of English Bethuel meaning God destroys or man of God.-----
BEVANEnglishEnglish surname transferred to forename use from the Anglicized form of Welsh ap Iefan meaning son of Evan.-----
BEVERLEYEnglishEnglishsurname transferred to forename use derived from the name of a place in Humberside composed of the Old English elements beofor beaver and leac stream, hence beaver stream. The feminine form of the name is spelled without the second e Beverly.-----
BEVISEnglishEnglishsurname transferred to forename use probably from the Old French place name Beauvais in Oise France which got its name from the Belgic tribe of the Bellovaci Belovasci that some say is the name of the Fir Bolg the ancient Irish shining ones of Celtic mythology.-----
BEZALEELEnglishAnglicized form of Hebrew Betsalel meaning in the shadow. In the bible this is the name of a son of Uri who was one of the architects of the tabernacle and the name of an Israelite.-----
BIFFEnglishOriginally an American English boxing term this name was later used as a byname for a tough guy. Finally it transferred to a forename and it still carries the same original meaning a blow with the fist.-----
BIGVAIEnglishAnglicized form of Hebrew Bigvay meaning gardener, husbandman or in my bodies. In the bible this is the name of a man who was a leader amongst the Babylonian exile returnees.-----
BILLEnglishPet form of English William meaning will helmet.-----
BILLYEnglishPet form of English William meaning will helmet.-----
BLAINEnglishEnglish surname transferred to forename use derived from the old Scottish Gaelic personal name Blaan meaning little yellow one.-----
BLAINEEnglishVariant spelling of English Blain meaning little yellow one.-----
BLAIZEEnglishEnglish variant spelling of French Blaise meaning talks with a lisp.-----
BLAKEEnglishOld English byname for a person having unusually dark or light hair or skin. It later became a surname then a popular forename. It comes from two Old English words 1 blic black, and 2 blac white. It can therefore mean either black or white.-----
BLAZEEnglishVariant spelling of English Blaize meaning talks with a lisp.-----
BLISSEnglishOld English unisex name derived from the vocabulary word bliss meaning joy happiness.-----
BLYTHEEnglishOld English surname transferred to unisex forename use derived from the word blioe meaning cheerful, happy.-----
BOAZEnglishAnglicized form of Hebrew Bo az meaning swiftness. In the bible this is the name of a Bethlehemite who married Ruth.-----
BOBEnglishShort form of English Robert meaning bright fame.-----
BOBBIEnglishUnisex pet form of English Robert and Roberta meaning bright fame.-----
BOBBYEnglishPet form of English Robert meaning bright fame.-----
BONIFACEEnglishShort form of Latin Bonifatius meaning good destiny/fate. In use by the French and occasionally the English.-----
BOOKEREnglishEnglish occupational surname transferred to forename use originally denoting both a book binder and a scribe.-----
BRADEnglishShort form of English names beginning with Brad from Old English brad meaning broad.-----
BRADBURNEnglishEnglish surname transferred to forename use composed of the Old English elements brad broad and burna stream, hence broad stream.-----
BRADENEnglishEnglish surname transferred to forename use from an Anglicized form of Irish Gaelic Bradain meaning descendant of Bradan, hence salmon.-----
BRADFORDEnglishEnglish habitational surname transferred to forename use composed of the Old English elements brad broad and ford ford, river crossing hence broad river crossing.-----
BRADLEYEnglishEnglish habitational surname transferred to forename use composed of the Old English elements brad broad and leah meadow, woodland clearing, broad meadow. -----
BRADYEnglishIrish surname transferred to unisex forename use derived from an Anglicized form of Gaelic Bradaigh descendant of Bradach, hence large chested.-----
BRAEDENEnglishVariant spelling of English Braden meaning salmon.-----
BRAIDENEnglishVariant spelling of English Braden meaning salmon.-----
BRAIDYEnglishVariant spelling of English unisex Brady possibly meaning large chested.-----
BRANShortEnglishform of English Brandon meaning broom covered hill, and other names beginning with Bran . Compare with other forms of Bran.-----
BRANDENEnglishVariant spelling of English Brandon meaning broom covered hill.-----
BRANDONEnglishEnglish surname transferred to forename use from the name of various places most of which were composed of the Old English elements brom broom and dun hill, hence broom covered hill.-----
BRANDTEnglishEnglish surname transferred to forename use from Anglo Saxon Brand meaning blade, sword.-----
BRANNONEnglishVariant spelling of English Brandon meaning broom covered hill.-----
BRANTEnglishVariant spelling of English Brandt meaning blade, sword.-----
BRAYDENEnglishVariant spelling of English Braden meaning salmon.-----
BRENDANAnglicizedEnglishform of Irish Gaelic Breandan meaning prince.-----
BRENDENEnglishVariant spelling of English Brendan meaning prince.-----
BRENDONEnglishVariant spelling of English Brendan meaning prince.-----
BRENNANEnglishIrish surname transferred to forename use from an Anglicized form of Gaelic Braonain descendant of Braonan, hence little drop.-----
BRENTEnglishEnglish surname transferred to forename use having several possible origins -----
BRENTONEnglishHabitational surname transferred to forename use composed of the Old English elements bryne meaning fire, flame, and tun enclosure, settlement, town, hence fire town.-----
BRETEnglishVariant spelling of English Brett meaning a Breton.-----
BRETTEnglishEnglish unisex name meaning a Breton.-----
BRIANOldEnglishFrench derogatory byname derived from the Old Occitan word brian meaning maggot. Compare with another form of Brian.-----
BRIAREnglishEnglish unisex name derived from the plant name briar from Old English brer meaning prickly bush.-----
BRIGHAMEnglishEnglish surname transferred to forename use from a place name composed of the Old English elements brycg bridge and ham homestead, hence homestead by the bridge.-----
BRISCOEEnglishEnglish surname transferred to forename use from the name of various places most of which were composed of the Old Norse elements birki birch and skigr wood, hence birch wood.-----
BRITTONEnglishEnglish surname transferred to forename use meaning from Britain.-----
BROCKEnglishSurname transferred to forename use derived from Old English brocc meaning badger.-----
BRODERICKEnglishWelsh surname transferred to forename use from an Anglicized form of the personal name Rhydderch meaning reddish brown.-----
BRODIEEnglishModern English variant spelling of Irish Brody meaning ditch.-----
BROOKEnglishEnglishsurname transferred to unisex forename use from Old English broc meaning brook, stream.-----
BROOKEEnglishVariant spelling of English unisex Brook meaning brook, stream.-----
BROOKSEnglishEnglish surname transferred to forename use meaning of the brook.-----
BROSEEnglishShort form of English Ambrose meaning immortal.-----
BRUCEEnglishScottish surname transferred to forename use possibly meaning woods thicket. It was originally a Norman French baronial name but the exact location from which it was derived has not been identified and the number of possibilities are numerous.In use by the English.-----
BRUNOEnglishGerman name derived from the word braun meaning brown.In use by the English.-----
BRUTUSEnglishRoman Latin name meaning heavy or the dullard. In use by the English.-----
BRYANEnglishEnglish surname transferred to forename use derived from Irish Brian meaning high hill.-----
BRYANTEnglishEnglish surname transferred to forename use derived from Irish Brian meaning high hill.-----
BRYONEnglishVariant spelling of English Bryan meaning high hill.-----
BUCKEnglishFrom the American English pet name for a high spirited young man, from the vocabulary word buck meaning male deer or goat.-----
BUDEnglishShort form of English Buddy meaning companion.-----
BUDDYEnglishEnglish name derived from the vocabulary which may be an altered form of brother or more likely a variant spelling of British butty meaning companion.-----
BURNEYEnglishIrish surname transferred to forename use from an Anglicized form of Gaelic Mac Biorna son of Biorna, hence bear.-----
BURTEnglishShort form of English Burton meaning fortified settlement.-----
BURTONEnglishEnglish surname transferred to forename use composed of the Old English elements burh fortress, protection and tun enclosure, settlement, hence fortified settlement.-----
BUSTEREnglishEnglish slang term for someone who breaks things transferred to forename use originally derived from the verb bust meaning to break, smash, hence breaker, destroyer, smasher.-----
BUTCHEnglishOriginally a short from of the occupational surname Butcher. Later it was used to address a stranger in a sort of derogatory manner. For example Listen here, Butch...-----
BUZEnglishAnglicized form of Hebrew Buwz meaning contempt. In the bible this is the name of a son of Nachor.-----
BYRNEEnglishIrish surname transferred to forename use from an Anglicized form of Gaelic Broin descendant of Bran, hence raven.-----
BYRONEnglishEnglish surname transferred to forename use from the Old English phrase t om byrum at the byres or cattle sheds . The name was usually given to someone whose job it was to look after cattle.-----
BYSSHEEnglishEnglish surname transferred to forename use from a variant spelling of the surname Bush meaning bush.-----
CADEEnglishEnglish surname transferred to forename use originally a byname for someone or something round and lumpy.-----
CADENEnglishIrish surname transferred to forename use from McCadden an Anglicized form of Gaelic Mac Cadain son of Cadan, hence little battle.-----
CADENCEEnglishEnglish unisex name derived from the vocabulary word from Latin cadens to fall, hence flow of rhythm.-----
CADOGANEnglishAnglicized form of Welsh Cadwgawn meaning battle glory.-----
CAINEnglishAnglicized form of Hebrew Qayin acquired possessed and Greek Kain maker fabricator i.e. smith . In the bible this is the name of Adam and Eve s first son who killed his brother Abel.-----
CAINANEnglish1 Anglicized form of Hebrew Qeynan meaning possession. In the bible this is the name of a son of Enosh.-----
CAIROEnglishAmerican English name derived from the name of the Egyptian city of Cairo from Arabic al Qahira meaning victorious.-----
CALEnglishShort form of English Calvin little bald one, and other names beginning with Cal .-----
CALDEREnglishEnglishsurname transferred to forename use probably from the place name Calder in Cumbria composed of the Welsh elements caled hard violent, and dwfr stream, water, hence violent water.-----
CALEEnglishShort form of English Caleb meaning dog or rabid.-----
CALEBEnglishAnglicized form of Hebrew Kaleb meaning dog or rabid. In the bible this is the name of one of the twelve spies sent into Israel by Moses.-----
CALVERTEnglishEnglish occupational surname transferred to forename use derived from Middle English calfhirde meaning calf herder.-----
CALVINEnglishEnglish name derived from Latin Calvinus meaning little bald one.-----
CAMEnglishShort form of Scottish unisex Cameron crooked nose and other names beginning with Cam .-----
CAMDENEnglishEnglish surname transferred to forename use composed of the Old English elements camp enclosure and denu valley, hence enclosed valley.-----
CAMERONEnglishScottish surname transferred to unisex forename use from the name of the great Highland clans whose ancestor had an ungraceful proboscis composed of the Gaelic elements cam bent, crooked and sron nose, hence crooked nose.-----
CAMPEnglishEnglish short form of Scottish Campbell meaning crooked mouth.-----
CAMPIONEnglishNorman French surname transferred to English forename use derived from the word campion which was originally a status name for a professional champion.-----
CAMRONEnglishEnglish masculine variant spelling of Scottish Cameron meaning crooked nose.-----
CANANEnglishAnglicized form of Hebrew Chanan meaning compassionate, merciful. In the bible this is the name of many characters including a chief of the tribe of Benjamin.-----
CARBREYEnglishAnglicized form of Gaelic Cairbre meaning charioteer. In Irish and Scottish use.-----
CARBRYEnglishVariant spelling of English Carbrey meaning charioteer.-----
CAREYEnglishVariant spelling of English unisex Cary meaning dark one.-----
CARIEnglishVariant spelling of English unisex Cary meaning dark one.-----
CARLEnglishOlder spelling of German Karl meaning man.-----
CARLISLEEnglishFrom the name of a city in northwest England where the Romans settled and named Lugovalio place of Lugovalos. Lugovalio was later shortened to Leol and prefixed with the British word caer fortress, rendering the name Carleol fortress of Lugovalos, from which Carlyle was derived. In Arthurian legend this was the name of the place where Guinevere s affair with Sir Lancelot was exposed and where she was sentenced to death.-----
CARLTONEnglishVariant spelling of English Charlton meaning settlement of the free peasants.-----
CARLYLEEnglishVariant spelling of English Carlisle meaning fortress of Luguvalos.-----
CARMIEnglishAnglicized form of Hebrew Karmiy meaning a vinedresser or my vineyard. In the bible this is the name of a Judaite father of Achan and the name of the fourth son of Reuben.-----
CARRANEnglishAnglicized form of Irish Gaelic Ciaran meaning little black one.-----
CARROLEnglishVariant spelling of English Carroll meaning hacker.-----
CARROLLEnglishAnglicized form of Irish Gaelic Cearbhall meaning hacker.-----
CARTEREnglishEnglish occupational surname transferred to forename use meaning carter, someone who uses a cart.-----
CARVEREnglishEnglish occupational surname transferred to forename use meaning carver of wood or stone.-----
CARYEnglishIrish surname transferred to unisex forename use from an Anglicized form of Gaelic Ciardha descendant of Ciardha, hence dark one.-----
CASEYEnglishAmerican English name bestowed in honor of the folk hero Casey Jones who got this byname from his place of birth Cayce Kentucky which came from the Irish surname Cayce an Anglicized form of Gaelic i Cathasaigh descendant of Cathasach,hence vigilant, wakeful. Compare with feminine Casey.-----
CASIMIREnglishEnglish form of Latin Casimiria meaning commands peace.-----
CASPEREnglishEnglish form of Spanish Gaspar meaning treasure bearer. Early Christians assigned names to the three Magi wise men from the east who visited the baby Jesus. They are mentioned but not named in the bible Casper is one of them the other two are Balthasar and Melchior. Also spelled Jasper and Kasper.-----
CASSIDYEnglishEnglish surname transferred to unisex forename use derived from an Anglicized form of Gaelic Caiside descendant of Caiside, hence curly headed .-----
CATIGERNEnglishEnglish name derived from Latin Catigernus meaning battle lord. In Arthurian legend this is the name of a son of Vortigern.-----
CECILEnglishAnglicized form of Welsh Seissylt meaning sixth.-----
CEDRICEnglishEnglish name coined by Sir Walter Scott for a character in his novel Ivanhoe thought to possibly be a variant spelling of Anglo Saxon Cerdic meaning war chief.-----
CENRICEnglishMiddle English form of Anglo Saxon Ceneric meaning keen power.-----
CHADEnglishModern English form of Anglo Saxon Ceadda possibly meaning battle.-----
CHADWICKEnglishEnglish surname transferred to forename use meaning Ceadda s dairy farm.-----
CHANCEEnglishEnglish unisex name derived from the vocabulary word meaning chance.-----
CHANDLEREnglishOld French occupational surname transferred to English forename use meaning candle merchant.-----
CHARLESEnglishEnglish and French form of German Karl meaning man.-----
CHARLEYEnglishVariant spelling of English unisex Charlie meaning man.-----
CHARLIEEnglishUnisex pet form of English Charles and Charlene meaning man.-----
CHARLTONEnglishEnglish surname transferred to forename use derived from the name of many places named from Old English ceorlatun meaning settlement of the free peasants.-----
CHASEnglishPet form of English Charles meaning man.-----
CHASEEnglishMiddle English surname of Norman French origin transferred to forename use meaning hunter.-----
CHAUNCEYEnglishEnglish surname transferred to forename use derived from a variant of the Norman French surname Chancey originally a baronial habitational name Chance meaning good fortune.-----
CHAUNCYEnglishVariant spelling of English Chauncey meaning good fortune.-----
CHAZEnglishPet form of English Charles meaning man.-----
CHENANIAHEnglishAnglicized form of Hebrew Kenanyah meaning Jehovah establishes or whom Jehovah defends. In the bible this is the name of a Levite who was the chief of the Temple singers who conducted the music when the Ark of the Covenant was moved from the house of Obed edom to Jerusalem.-----
CHEROKEEEnglishUnisex name derived from the English pronunciation of Tsa la gi a name that the Native American Cherokee people used to refer to themselves meaning principal people.-----
CHESEDEnglishAnglicized form of Hebrew Kesed meaning increase. In the bible this is the name of the 4th son of Nahor.-----
CHESTEREnglishEnglishsurname transferred to forename use derived from the city name Chester from an Old English form of Latin castra meaning legionary camp.-----
CHETEnglishPet form of English Chester meaning soldier s camp.-----
CHEYANNEEnglishVariant spelling of English unisex Cheyenne meaning little ahiya or little red talker.-----
CHEYENNEEnglishEnglish unisex name derived from the name of the Native American people from Dakota Sioux ahiyena meaning little ahiya or little red talker.-----
CHIPEnglishPet form of English Charles man and Christopher Christ bearer.-----
CHRISEnglishEnglish unisex short form of longer names beginning with Chris .-----
CHRISTIANEnglishEnglish name derived from Latin Christianus meaning believer or follower of Christ.In the bible this is the name first given to the worshippers of Jesus by the Gentiles but from the second century onward accepted by them as a title of honor.-----
CHRISTMASEnglishEnglish name derived from the name of the holiday from Old English Cristes msse meaning Christ festival.-----
CHRISTOPHEREnglishEnglish form of Latin Christophorus meaning Christ bearer.-----
CHUCKEnglishPet form of English Charles meaning man.-----
CHUCKIEEnglishPet form of English Charles meaning man.-----
CLANCEYEnglishVariant spelling of English Clancy meaning red warrior.-----
CLANCYEnglishIrish surname transferred to forename use from an Anglicized form of Gaelic Mac Fhlannchaidh son of Flannchadh, hence red warrior.-----
CLAREShortEnglishform of English Clarence meaning illustrious. Compare with feminine Clare.-----
CLARENCEEnglishEnglish name derived from the Latin title Dux Clarentiae Duke Illustrious first borne by a son of Edward III who was married to the heiress of Clare in Suffolk hence illustrious.-----
CLARKEnglishEnglish occupational surname transferred to forename use meaning clerk secretary.-----
CLARKEEnglishVariant spelling of English Clark meaning clerk, secretary.-----
CLAUDEnglishEnglish form of French Claude meaning lame.-----
CLAYEnglishShort form of English Clayton meaning clay settlement.-----
CLAYTONEnglishEnglish habitational surname transferred to forename use composed of the Old English elements clig clay and tun enclosure, settlement, hence clay settlement.-----
CLEMEnglishEnglish short form of Latin Clement meaning gentle and merciful.-----
CLEMENTEnglishShort form of Latin Clementius meaning gentle and merciful. meaning gentle and merciful. In the bible this is the name of a companion of Paul.-----
CLEMENTSEnglishEnglish surname transferred to forename use derived from Latin Clemens or Clement meaning gentle and merciful.-----
CLEMMIEEnglishPet form of English Clem meaning gentle and merciful.-----
CLETISEnglishVariant spelling of Latin Cletus meaning famous renowned. -----
CLETUSEnglishLatin form of Greek Kleitos meaning famous renowned. -----
CLEVEEnglishShort form of English Cleveland meaning sloped land.-----
CLEVELANDEnglishEnglish surname transferred to forename use composed of the Old English elements clif cliff, bank, slope, and land land, hence sloped land.-----
CLIFFEnglishOriginally a short form of English Clifford cliff river crossing this name became an independent name meaning simply cliff.-----
CLIFFORDEnglishEnglish surname transferred to forename use composed of the Old English elements clif cliff, bank, slope and ford ford, hence cliff river crossing.-----
CLIFTONEnglishEnglish surname transferred to forename use composed of the Old English elements clif cliff, bank, slope and tun enclosure, settlement, hence cliff settlement.-----
CLINTEnglishShort form of English Clinton meaning settlement near the headland.-----
CLINTONEnglishEnglish surname transferred to forename use meaning settlement near the headland.-----
CLIVEEnglishEnglish surname transferred to forename use from the name of various places derived from Old English clif meaning bank, cliff, slope.-----
CLYDEEnglishEnglish name derived from the name of the Scottish river Cledwyn of uncertain origin but probably having a similar etymology to Irish Clodagh meaning muddy.-----
CODIEEnglishVariant spelling of English unisex Cody meaning helper.-----
CODYEnglishIrish surname transferred to unisex forename use from a variant spelling of the surname Cuddihy also spelled Cuddy an Anglicized form of Gaelic Cuidighthigh descendant of Cuidightheach, hence helper.-----
COLBERTEnglishEnglish surname transferred to forename use from the French form of German Kolbert a variant of Kolber an occupational name for a maker of wooden clubs and later an armor maker, from Middle High German kolbe meaning cudgel, club.-----
COLBYEnglishEnglish surname transferred to forename use composed of the Old Norse elements kolr black, coal and byr settlement, hence coal settlement.-----
COLEEnglishEnglishsurname transferred to forename use derived from Old English Cola meaning black, coal. This name is also sometimes used as a pet form of Nicholas meaning victor of the people.-----
COLEMANEnglishMiddle English contracted form of Latin Columbanus meaning dove.-----
COLINEnglish1 Anglicized form of Scottish Gaelic Cailean meaning whelp young pup.-----
COLLINEnglishVariant spelling of English Colin meaning whelp young pup.-----
COLMShortEnglishform of English Malcolm meaning devotee of St. Columb.Compare with another form of Colm.-----
COLMANEnglishEnglish form of Irish Colman meaning dove.-----
COLTEnglishEnglish name derived from the vocabulary word colt from Old English colt which originally meant young ass or young camel.-----
COLTENEnglishVariant spelling of English Colton meaning Cola s settlement.-----
COLTONEnglishEnglish surname transferred to forename use derived from a place name composed of the Old English personal name Cola and the word tun enclosure, settlement, hence Cola s settlement.-----
CONANEnglishAnglicized form of Irish Gaelic Conan meaning little hound.-----
CONFUCIUSEnglishAnglicized form of Chinese Kong Fu Zi. Kong is the surname meaning hole or opening. Fu is the generation name meaning husband, master, man, and Zi is the given name meaning son.-----
CONLEYEnglishAnglicized form of Irish Gaelic Conlaed meaning purifying fire.-----
CONNELLEnglishAnglicized form of Irish Gaelic Conall meaning hound of valor.-----
CONNEREnglishVariant spelling of English Connor meaning hound lover.-----
CONNOREnglishAnglicized form of Irish Conchobhar meaning hound lover.-----
CONOREnglishVariant spelling of English Connor meaning hound lover.-----
CONRADVariantEnglishspelling of German Konrad meaning bold counsel. In use by the English.-----
CONSTANTINEAnglicizedEnglishform of Irish Gaelic Conn having several possible meanings including chief, freeman, head, hound, intelligence, strength. In Arthurian legend this is the name of the successor to King Arthur. He was the son of Cador of Cornwall who fought in the Battle of Camlann and was one of the few survivors. Just before Arthur was taken to Avalon Cador passed the crown onto his son Constantine. Compare with another form of Constantine.-----
CONWAYEnglishIrish surname transferred to forename use an Anglicized form of Gaelic Conbhuide descendant of Cu Bhuidhe, hence yellow hound.-----
COOPEREnglishEnglish occupational surname transferred to forename use from Dutch kuper from kup tub container, which in English became coop. A cooper was a maker and/or fixer of vessels such as buckets and barrels.-----
CORBINEnglishFrom an Old French and Middle English byname composed of the word corb crow, raven, and a diminutive suffix hence little crow or little raven.-----
CORDELLEnglishEnglish occupational surname transferred to forename use from a diminutive form of Old French corde rope, hence little roper. The occupation consisted of making strings cords ropes etc.-----
COREYEnglishEnglish name possibly of Irish Gaelic origin from a place name meaning deep hollow, ravine.-----
CORIEnglishVariant spelling of English Corey possibly meaning deep hollow, ravine.-----
CORIEEnglishVariant spelling of English Corey possibly meaning deep hollow, ravine.-----
CORNELIUSAnglicizedEnglishform of Irish Gaelic Conn having several possible meanings including chief, freeman, head, hound, intelligence, strength. Compare with another form of Cornelius.-----
CORTNEYEnglishVariant spelling of English unisex Courtney meaning short nose.-----
CORYEnglishVariant spelling of English Corey possibly meaning deep hollow, ravine.-----
COTYEnglishVariant spelling of English Cody meaning helper.-----
COURTNEYEnglishEnglish surname transferred to unisex forename use derived from the French baronial name Courtenay from the byname court nez meaning short nose.-----
COWALEnglishAnglicized form of Irish Gaelic Comhghall meaning joint pledge.-----
CRAWFORDEnglishEnglish byname for someone with splayed feet transferred to surname then to forename composed of the Old English elements crawe crow and fot foot, hence crow foot.-----
CRISPIANEnglishVariant spelling of English Crispin meaning curly headed .-----
CRISPINEnglishEnglish name derived from Latin Crispinus meaning curly headed .-----
CROFTONEnglishEnglish habitational surname transferred to forename use composed of the Old English elements croft paddock, vegetable garden, and tun enclosure, settlement, hence garden settlement.-----
CULLENEnglishIrish surname transferred to forename use an Anglicized form of Gaelic Coileain descendant of Coilean, hence whelp, young pup.-----
CURTEnglishShort form of English Curtis meaning courteous.-----
CURTISEnglishEnglish surname transferred to forename use derived from a byname for a courteous person from Old French curteis. The name later became associated with Middle English curt short and hose leggings, taking on the meaning short leggings.-----
CUSHEnglishAnglicized form of Hebrew Kuwsh meaning black, i.e. Ethiopian. In the bible this is the name of a land and its people. It is also the name of a Benjamite and the son of Ham and grandson of Noah.-----
CUTHBERTEnglishModern English form of Anglo Saxon Cuthbeorht meaning bright fame.-----
CYEnglishEnglish short form of Latin Cyrus meaning like the sun.-----
CYMBELINEEnglishAnglicized form of Celtic Cunobelinus meaning hound of Belenus.-----
CYRILEnglishEnglish masculine form of French unisex Cyrille meaning lord.-----
CYRUSLatinEnglishform of Greek Kyros meaning like the sun. In the bible this is the name of the king of Persia Cyrus the Great conqueror of Babylon who freed the captive Jews.-----
DACEYEnglishIrish surname transferred to unisex forename use from an Anglicized form of Gaelic Deiseach originally a name for a member of the Deise a tenant, a vassal, a word tracing back to Indo European *dem s meaning house.-----
DAKOTAEnglishEnglish unisex name derived from the name that the Native American Sioux people call themselves meaning allies.-----
DALEEnglishEnglish surname transferred to unisex forename use meaning dale, valley.-----
DALEYEnglishIrish surname transferred to forename use from an Anglicized form of Gaelic Dalaigh descendant of Dalach, hence assembly, gathering.-----
DALLASEnglishEnglish surname transferred to unisex forename use derived from the Scottish place name Dalfhas composed of the Gaelic elements dail meadow and fhas stance, hence meadow stance, i.e. a meadow used by cattle droves as an overnight dwelling.-----
DALTONEnglishEnglish surname transferred to forename use from various place names composed of the Old English elements dl valley and tun enclosure, settlement, hence valley settlement.-----
DALYEnglishVariant spelling of English Daley meaning assembly, gathering.-----
DAMIANEnglishEnglish name derived from Latin Damianus meaning to tame, to subdue and euphemistically to kill.-----
DAMIONEnglishVariant spelling of English Damian meaning to tame, to subdue and euphemistically to kill.-----
DANEnglish Short form of Hebrew Daniy meaning judge. In the bible this is the name of Jacob s fifth son of 12 .-----
DANAEnglishEnglish surname transferred to unisex forename use possibly meaning from Denmark.-----
DANEEnglishA dialectal variant spelling of English Dean meaning dean ecclesiastical supervisor.-----
DANIELEnglish-----
DANNIEnglishVariant spelling of English Danny meaning God is my judge. Compare with feminine Danni.-----
DANNIEEnglishVariant spelling of English Danny meaning God is my judge.-----
DANNYEnglishPet form of English Daniel meaning God is my judge.-----
DARBYEnglishEnglish surname transferred to unisex forename use possibly a corruption of Derby a shire of England so called from doire meaning a forest abounding in deer.-----
DARCIEEnglishVariant spelling of English unisex Darcy meaning from Arcy.-----
DARCYEnglishEnglish surname transferred to unisex forename use meaning from Arcy.-----
DARDENEnglishEnglish surname transferred to forename use probably of Norman French origin meaning from Ardern.-----
DARELLEnglishVariant spelling of English Darrell meaning from Airelle.-----
DARENEnglishEnglish surname transferred to forename use from the Norman French baronial name d Araines meaning from Araines.-----
DARIANEnglishEnglish unisex name derived from Roman Latin Darius meaning possesses a lot, wealthy.-----
DARIENEnglishVariant spelling of English unisex Darian meaning possesses a lot, wealthy.-----
DARINEnglishVariant spelling of English Daren meaning from Araines.-----
DARNELLEnglishEnglish surname transferred to unisex forename use composed of the Old English elements derne hidden, secret and halh nook, hence hidden/secret nook.-----
DARRELEnglishVariant spelling of English Darrell meaning from Airelle.-----
DARRELLEnglishEnglish surname transferred to forename use from the Norman French baronial name d Airelle meaning from Airelle.-----
DARRENEnglishVariant spelling of English Daren meaning from Araines.-----
DARRINEnglishVariant spelling of English Daren meaning from Araines.-----
DARRYLEnglishUnisex form of English Darrell meaning from Airelle.-----
DARYLEnglishVariant spelling of English unisex Darryl meaning from Airelle.-----
D ARTAGNANEnglish pronounced dar tan yun French habitational surname transferred to forename use meaning from Artagnan. This was the name of the hero of Alexandre Dumas novel The Three Musketeers. The French form of the name is d Artagnan the English form is D Artagnan capital D .-----
DARWINEnglishEnglish surname transferred to forename use probably derived from a Middle English personal name composed of the Old English elements deor dear and wine friend, hence dear friend.-----
DARYLEnglishUnisex form of English Darrell meaning from Airelle.-----
DASHIELLEnglish pron. daSHEEL Americanized form of the French surname De Chiel used as a personal name composed of the French elements de of and chiel heaven, hence from heaven.-----
DAVEEnglishEnglish short form of Hebrew David meaning beloved.-----
DAVENVariantEnglishspelling of English Davin meaning little black one. Compare with another form of Daven.-----
DAVEYEnglishEnglishpet form of Hebrew David meaning beloved. Compare with another form of Davey.-----
DAVIDEnglish Hebrew name meaning beloved. In the bible this is the name of a son of Jesse. David was the second king of Israel and father of King Solomon. As a youth he killed a giant named Goliath with his slingshot.-----
DAVIEEnglishEnglishpet form of Hebrew David meaning beloved. Compare with another form of Davie.-----
DAVINEnglishScottish surname transferred to forename use from an Anglicized form of Gaelic Duibhin descendant of Duibhin, hence little black one.-----
DAVISEnglishEnglish surname transferred to forename use from Hebrew David meaning beloved.-----
DAVYEnglishEnglishpet form of Hebrew David meaning beloved. Compare with another form of Davy.-----
DAWEnglishEnglishpet form of Hebrew David meaning beloved. Compare with another form of Daw.-----
DAWSONEnglishEnglish surname transferred to forename use meaning son of Daw David .-----
DAXEnglishAmerican English form of German Dachs meaning badger.-----
DAYEEnglishEnglish surname transferred to forename use possibly originally a nickname for Anglo Saxon names containing the element dig meaning day, such as Dgberht and Dgmund.-----
DAYTONEnglishEnglish surname transferred to forename use composed of the Old English elements dic ditch, dike and tun enclosure, settlement, hence dike settlement.-----
DEACONEnglishEnglish occupational surname transferred to forename use from the Greek word diakonos meaning servant.-----
DEANEnglishEnglishoccupational surname transferred to forename use from the Latin word decanus meaning dean ecclesiastical supervisor.-----
DEANDREEnglishEnglish elaborated form of French Andre meaning man, warrior.-----
DECLANEnglishAnglicized form of Irish Gaelic Deaglan meaning fully good.-----
DEEEnglishEnglish unisex short form of longer names beginning with the letter D. In some cases it may be of Scottish origin associated with the River Dee possibly meaning dark water. Compare with strictly feminine Dee.-----
DEEMEREnglishEnglish surname transferred to forename use derived from Old English demere meaning judge.-----
DEFORESTEnglishEnglish name derived from a Norman French surname meaning from the forest.-----
DEFORRESTEnglishVariant spelling of English Deforest meaning from the forest.-----
DELAIAEnglishVariant spelling of English Delaiah meaning God has drawn.-----
DELAIAHEnglishAnglicized form of Hebrew Delayah meaning God has drawn. Hebrew name meaning God has drawn. In the bible this is the name of several characters including a descendant of Zerubbabel.-----
DELANEYEnglishIrish surname transferred to unisex forename use from an Anglicized form of Gaelic Dubhshlaine descendant of Dubhshlaine, hence black challenger.-----
DELBERTEnglishProbably a Middle English form of Anglo Saxon oelbert meaning bright nobility.-----
DELLEnglishEnglish surname transferred to forename use originally a byname for someone who lives in a dell/hollow.-----
DELMAREnglishEnglish name possibly derived from Spanish del mar meaning of the sea. Once popular among African Americans.-----
DELROYEnglishEnglish name possibly derived from the Old French phrase del roy meaning son or servant of the king.-----
DEMINGAlternateEnglishspelling of the English surname Deeming meaning act of judging. Compare with another form of Deming.-----
DENEnglishEnglish short form of longer names beginning with Den .-----
DENEEnglishVariant spelling of English Dean meaning dean, ecclesiastical supervisor.-----
DENISAnglicizedEnglishform of Irish Gaelic Donnchadh meaning brown warrior. Compare with another form of Denis.-----
DENNISEnglishEnglish form of Latin Dionysius meaning follower of Dionysos.-----
DENNYEnglishPet form of English Dennis meaning follower of Dionysos.-----
DENTONEnglishEnglish surname transferred to forename use composed of the Old English elements denu valley and tun enclosure, settlement, hence valley settlement.-----
DENVEREnglishEnglish surname transferred to forename use composed of the Old English elements Dene Dane and fr passage, crossing, hence Dane crossing.-----
DENYSEnglishVariant spelling of English Dennis meaning follower of Dionysos.-----
DEONEnglishEnglish variant spelling of French Dion meaning god, Zeus.-----
DEONNEEnglishEnglish variant spelling of French Dion meaning god, Zeus.-----
DEONTEEnglishModern English creation possibly a blend of Deon god, Zeus and Dante steadfast.-----
DERBYEnglishVariant spelling of English unisex Darby meaning deer farm.-----
DEREKEnglishEnglish name derived from Dutch Diederik meaning first of the people king of nations.-----
DERICKEnglishVariant spelling of English Derek meaning first of the people king of nations.-----
DERMOTAnglicizedEnglishform of Irish Gaelic Diarmaid meaning without envy.-----
DERRENEnglishVariant spelling of English Daren meaning from Araines.-----
DERRICKEnglishVariant spelling of English Derek meaning first of the people king of nations.-----
DERRYEnglishAnglicized form of Irish Gaelic Daire meaning fertile, fruitful.-----
DERRYLEnglishVariant spelling of English unisex Darryl meaning from Airelle.-----
DERWINEnglishProbably a variant spelling of English Darwin meaning dear friend.-----
DERYCKEnglishVariant spelling of English Derek meaning first of the people king of nations.-----
DESHAUNEnglishVariant spelling of English Deshawn meaning God is gracious.-----
DESHAWNEnglishElaborated form of English Shawn meaning God is gracious.-----
DESMONDEnglishAnglicized form of Irish Gaelic Deas Mhumhan meaning man from south Munster.-----
DEVANEnglishVariant spelling of English unisex Devon meaning worshiper of the god Dumnonos.-----
DEVENEnglishVariant spelling of English unisex Devon meaning worshiper of the god Dumnonos.-----
DEVEREUXEnglishFrench surname transferred to English forename use meaning from Evreux. Evreux is a commune of Normandy France which got its name from the Eburovices the name of a gallic tribe meaning those which overcome by the yew.Yew wood was used to make weapons bows arrows spears etc.-----
DEVILEnglishEnglish form of Greek Diabolos meaning accuser, slanderer. In the bible this is a title for Satan the prince of demons and author of evil who estranges men from God and entices them to sin. Figuratively the devil is a man who by opposing the cause of God may be said to act the part of the devil or to side with him.-----
DEVINEnglishIrish surname transferred to forename use derived from the surname Devine an Anglicized form of Gaelic Daimhin descendant of Daimhin, hence little fawn.-----
DEVONEnglishEnglish unisex name derived from the county name from a British tribal name meaning worshiper of the god Dumnonos.-----
DEWAYNEEnglishElaborated form of English Dwayne meaning little black one.-----
DEWEYEnglishEnglish form of Welsh Dewi meaning beloved.-----
DEXTEREnglishEnglishsurname transferred to forename use originally denoting a female dyer, but by the time it became a personal name it had already become strongly associated with Latin dexter auspicious, right handed, and was usually chosen as a name because of this.-----
DEYEEnglishVariant spelling of English Daye meaning day.-----
DEZIEnglishEnglish variant spelling of Italian/Spanish Desi meaning longing.-----
DHELWEARDEnglishMiddle English name derived from Anglo Saxon dhelweard meaning noble guard.-----
DIAMONDEnglishEnglish unisex name derived from the vocabulary word meaning diamond for girls and bright protector for boys. This is the birthstone for the month of April.-----
DIBRIEnglishAnglicized form of Hebrew Dibriy meaning my word or eloquent. In the bible this is the name of a man whose daughter married an Egyptian.-----
DICKShortEnglishform of English Richard meaning powerful ruler. Compare with another form of Dick.-----
DICKIEEnglishPet form of English Richard meaning powerful ruler.-----
DICKYEnglishPet form of English Richard meaning powerful ruler.-----
DIGBYEnglishEnglish surname transferred to forename use from a place name composed of the Old Norse elements diki ditch and byr settlement, hence ditch settlement.-----
DIGGORYEnglishEnglish form of French Degare probably meaning strayed, lost.-----
DIGORYEnglishCornish and English form of French Degare probably meaning strayed, lost.-----
DIKLAEnglishVariant spelling of English Diklah meaning palm grove.-----
DIKLAHEnglishAnglicized form of Hebrew Diqlah meaning palm grove. In the bible this is the name of a son of Joktan.-----
DILBERTEnglishVariant spelling of English Delbert meaning bright nobility.-----
DILLONEnglishEnglish form of Welsh Dylan meaning great sea.-----
DINISAnglicizedEnglishform of Irish Gaelic Donnchadh meaning brown warrior. Compare with another form of Dinis.-----
DISHANEnglishAnglicized form of Hebrew Diyshan meaning a species of gazelle or a thresher. In the bible this is the name of the fifth son of Seir.-----
DISMASEnglishAnglicized form of Greek Dysmas meaning sunset. This name is not actually found in the bible but was given by Christians to the thief who was crucified beside Jesus.-----
DOBEnglishMedieval pet form of English Robert meaning bright fame.-----
DODGEEnglishOld pet form of English Rodger meaning famous spear.-----
DOLPHEnglishShort form of English Adolph meaning noble wolf.-----
DOMEnglishShort form of English Dominic meaning belongs to the lord.-----
DOMENICEnglishVariant spelling of English Dominic meaning belongs to the lord.-----
DOMINICEnglishEnglish name derived from Latin Dominicus meaning belongs to the Lord. This is a name traditionally given to a child born on Sunday.-----
DOMINICKEnglishOlder spelling of English Dominic meaning belongs to the lord.-----
DONEnglishShort form of English Donald meaning world ruler.-----
DONAGHYEnglishAnglicized form of Irish Gaelic Donnchadh meaning brown warrior.-----
DONALEnglishAnglicized form of Irish Gaelic Donal meaning world ruler.-----
DONALDAnglicizedEnglishform of Scottish Gaelic Domhnall meaning world ruler.-----
DONALLEnglishVariant spelling of English Donal meaning world ruler.-----
DONNIEEnglishVariant spelling of English Donny meaning world ruler.-----
DONNYEnglishPet form of English Donald meaning world ruler.-----
DONOGHEnglishAnglicized form of Irish Gaelic Donnchadh meaning brown warrior.-----
DONOUGHEnglishVariant spelling of English Donogh meaning brown warrior.-----
DONOVANEnglishIrish surname transferred to forename use from an Anglicized form of Gaelic Donndubhain descendant of Donndubhan, hence little dark brown one.-----
DORANIrishEnglishsurname transferred to forename use from an Anglicized form of Gaelic Deoradhain descendant of Deoradhan, hence exile, wanderer. Compare with another form of Doran.-----
DOREEnglishShort form of English Isidore meaning gift of Isis.-----
DORIANEnglishEnglish name coined by Oscar Wilde for a character in his novel The Portrait of Dorian Gray 1891 Probably derived from Latin Dorianus meaning of the Dorian tribe.-----
DOUGEnglishShort form of English Douglas meaning black stream.-----
DOUGALEnglishAnglicized form of Irish Gaelic Dubhghall meaning black stranger.-----
DOUGIEEnglish1 Pet form of English Douglas meaning black stream.-----
DOUGLASEnglishScottish surname transferred to forename use from an Anglicized form of Gaelic Dubhghlas meaning black stream.-----
DOYLEEnglishAnglicized form of Irish Gaelic Dubhghall meaning black stranger.-----
DRAKEEnglishEnglish surname transferred to forename use having several possible origins 1 from the byname Draca meaning snake or dragon. 2 from Middle English drake meaning male duck. 3 from Old Norse Draki meaning snake or monster.-----
DRAVENEnglishEnglish name possibly derived from the Old English word drfend meaning hunter.-----
DREWEnglishShort form of English Andrew meaning man warrior.-----
DRISCOLLEnglishIrish surname transferred to forename use from an Anglicized form of Gaelic h Eidirsceoil son of the messenger, from eidirsceol composed of the elements eidir between and sceal story, news, hence go between, intermediary, messenger, news bearer.-----
DRISKOLLEnglishVariant spelling of English Driscoll meaning go between, intermediary, messenger, news bearer.-----
DUANEAnglicizedEnglishform of Irish Gaelic Dubhan originally a byname from a diminutive of Gaelic dubh meaning little black one.-----
DUDEnglishShort form of English Dudley meaning Dudda s meadow.-----
DUDDAEnglishVariant spelling of Old English Dudde meaning cloak, mantle.-----
DUDDEEnglishFrom Old English dudde cloak, mantle, which later produced the word duds ragged clothing and dud which became a byname for a person dressed raggedly.-----
DUDLEYEnglishAnglicized form of Irish Gaelic Dara oak, Dubhdara black oak, and Dubhaltach black haired.-----
DUFFShortEnglishform of English Duffy meaning black peace. Compare with another form of Duff.-----
DUFFYEnglishAnglicized form of Scottish Gaelic Mac Dhuibhshithe son of Duibhshith, hence black peace.-----
DUGALEnglishVariant spelling of English Dougal meaning black stranger.-----
DUKEEnglishEnglish name derived from the vocabulary word duke from Latin dux meaning commander, leader.-----
DUNCANEnglishAnglicized form of Scottish Gaelic Donnchadh meaning brown warrior.-----
DUNKYEnglishPet form of English Duncan meaning brown warrior.-----
DUNNEnglishAnglicized form of Irish Gaelic Duinn descendant of Donn, hence brown.-----
DURWARDEnglishOld English occupational name meaning doorkeeper, warder at the gate.-----
DUSTINEnglishEnglish surname transferred to forename use probably ultimately from Old Norse Thorsteinn meaning Thor s stone.-----
DUSTYEnglishPet form of English Dustin probably meaning Thor s stone.-----
DWANEEnglishVariant spelling of English Dwayne meaning little black one.-----
DWAYNEEnglishVariant spelling of English Duane meaning little black one.-----
DWIGHTEnglishEnglish surname transferred to forename use from the feminine personal name Diot a pet form of Dionysia meaning follower of Dionysos.-----
DYEEnglishPet form of English Dennis meaning follower of Dionysos.-----
DYLEnglishShort form of Welsh Dylan meaning great sea.-----
DYLANEnglishWelsh name composed of the elements dy great and llanw sea, hence great sea. In mythology this is the name of a sea god son of Aranrhod and twin brother to Lleu Llaw Gyffes.-----
DYSONEnglishEnglish surname transferred to forename use meaning son of Dye.-----
EADEEnglishMiddle English pet form of Hebrew Adam meaning earth or red.-----
EARLAristocraticEnglishtitle transferred to byname and finally to forename from Old English eorl meaning nobleman, prince, warrior.-----
EARLEEnglishVariant spelling of English Earl meaning nobleman, prince, warrior.-----
EAMONEnglishAnglicized form of Irish Gaelic amon meaning protector of prosperity.-----
EARNESTEnglishVariant spelling of English Ernest meaning battle to the death , serious business.-----
EASONEnglishEnglish patronymic surname transferred to forename use meaning son of Eade.-----
EASTEREnglishEnglish unisex name derived from the holiday name Easter, which is related to Old English Eosturmona/Eastermona meaning April.-----
EBEnglishEnglish short form of longer names beginning with Eb .-----
EBBIEEnglishPet form of English Ebenezer meaning stone of help.-----
EBBYEnglishVariant spelling of English Ebbie meaning stone of help.-----
EBENEZEREnglishAnglicized form of Hebrew Eben haezer meaning foundation stone, stone of help. In the bible this is the name of the place where the Israelites were defeated by the Philistines. It is also the name of a memorial stone set up by Samuel after the Israelites got their revenge.Ebenezer was first used as a forename by 17th century Puritans.-----
EBERAnglicizedEnglishform of Irish Gaelic ibhear meaning bow warrior. Compare with other forms of Eber.-----
EDEnglishShort form of English Edward meaning guardian of prosperity. Used also as a short form of other longer names beginning with Ed .-----
EDANEnglishVariant spelling of English Aidan meaning little fire.-----
EDDIEEnglishPet form of English Edward meaning guardian of prosperity.-----
EDDYEnglishVariant spelling of English Eddie meaning guardian of prosperity.-----
EDENEnglish Hebrew unisex name meaning delight or place of pleasure. In the bible this is the name of the garden in which Adam and Eve lived.-----
EDGAREnglishMiddle English form of Anglo Saxon Eadgar meaning rich spear.-----
EDISONEnglishEnglish surname transferred to forename use meaning son of Eda.-----
EDMUNDEnglishMiddle English form of Anglo Saxon Eadmund meaning protector of prosperity.-----
EDRICEnglishMiddle English form of Anglo Saxon Eadric meaning rich ruler.-----
EDSONEnglishEnglish surname transferred to forename use meaning son of Ed.-----
EDUNEnglishMiddle English form of Anglo Saxon Eadhun meaning rich Hun.-----
EDWARDEnglishMiddle English form of Anglo Saxon Eadweard meaning guardian of prosperity.-----
EDWINEnglishMiddle English form of Anglo Saxon Eadwine meaning rich friend.-----
EDWYNEnglishVariant spelling of Middle English Edwin meaning rich friend.-----
EGBERTEnglishMiddle English form of Anglo Saxon Ecgbryht meaning bright edge.-----
EHUDEnglishAnglicized form of Hebrew Echuwd meaning joining together, united. In the bible this is the name of a great grandson of Benjamin.-----
ELADAAnglicizedEnglishform of Hebrew El adah meaning whom God puts on. In the bible this is the name of a descendant of Ephraim. Compare with another form of Elada.-----
ELADAHEnglishAnglicized form of Hebrew El adah meaning whom God puts on. In the bible this is the name of a descendant of Ephraim.-----
ELAMEnglishAnglicized form of Hebrew Eylam meaning boundless time, eternity. In the bible this is the name of many characters including the eldest son of Shem.-----
ELBERTEnglishEnglish variant spelling of French Albert meaning bright nobility.-----
ELBIEEnglishPet form of English Elbert meaning bright nobility.-----
ELBRIDGEEnglishEnglish name composed of the Old English elements eald old and bric bridge, hence old bridge. This was the name of the fifth vice president of the United States Elbridge Thomas Gerry.-----
ELDENEnglishVariant spelling of Middle English Alden meaning old friend.-----
ELDINEnglishVariant spelling of Middle English Aldin meaning old friend.-----
ELDISEnglishVariant spelling of Old English Aldous probably meaning from the old house.-----
ELDONEnglishEnglish surname transferred to forename use composed of the masculine name Ella and the Old English word dun hill, hence Ella s hill.-----
ELDOUSEnglishVariant spelling of Old English Aldous probably meaning from the old house.-----
ELDREDEnglishMiddle English form of Anglo Saxon Ealdred meaning old advisor.-----
ELDRIDGEEnglishVariant spelling of English Aldridge meaning noble ruler.-----
ELDWENEnglishVariant spelling of Middle English Eldwin meaning old friend.-----
ELDWINEnglishVariant spelling of Middle English Aldwin meaning old friend.-----
ELEAZAREnglishAnglicized form of Hebrew Elazar meaning God has helped.In the bible this is the name of several characters including a high priest son of Aaron.-----
ELGAREnglishVariant spelling of Middle English Algar meaning elf spear.-----
ELGEREnglishVariant spelling of English Algar meaning elf spear.-----
ELHANANEnglishAnglicized form of Hebrew Elchanan meaning God is gracious. In the bible this is the name of a warrior of King David s army.-----
ELIAnglicizedEnglishform of Hebrew Eliy meaning ascending. In the bible this is the name of a high priest and last of the Judges in the days of Samuel. Compare with another form of Eli.-----
ELIABEnglishAnglicized form of Hebrew Eliyab meaning my God is Father. In the bible this is the name of a leader of the tribe of Zebulun.-----
ELIAHEnglishAnglicized form of Hebrew Eliyah meaning the Lord is my God.In the bible this is the name of several characters including the prophet who lived in during the reign of Ahab.-----
ELIASAPHEnglishAnglicized form of Hebrew Elyacaph meaning God increases the family. In the bible this is the name of a leader of the tribe of Gad.-----
ELIFAZEnglishAnglicized form of Hebrew Eliyphaz meaning my God is pure gold. In the bible this is the name of Job s three friends.-----
ELIFELETEnglishAnglicized form of Hebrew Eliyphelet meaning my God is deliverance. In the bible this is the name of many characters including King David s youngest son. Also spelled Eliphelet.-----
ELIHOENAIEnglishAnglicized form of Hebrew Elyehoweynay meaning unto God are my eyes. In the bible this is the name of many characters including a priest and a Korahite temple doorkeeper.-----
ELIHUEnglishAnglicized form of Hebrew Eliyhuw meaning He is my God. In the bible this is the name of many characters including a friend of Job.-----
ELIJAHEnglishAnglicized form of Greek Elias Hebrew Eliyah meaning the Lord is my God.In the bible this is the name of several characters including the prophet who lived in during the reign of Ahab.-----
ELIMELECHEnglishAnglicized form of Hebrew Eliymelek meaning my God is King. In the bible this is the name of the husband of Naomi.-----
ELIOENAIEnglishAnglicized form of Hebrew Elyehoweynay meaning unto God are my eyes. In the bible this is the name of many characters including a priest and a Korahite temple doorkeeper.-----
ELIOTEnglishVariant spelling of English Elliot meaning the Lord is my God.-----
ELIOTTEnglishVariant spelling of English Elliot meaning the Lord is my God.-----
ELIPHALETEnglishAnglicized form of Hebrew Eliyphelet meaning my God is deliverance. In the bible this is the name of many characters including King David s youngest son.-----
ELIPHAZEnglishAnglicized form of Hebrew Eliyphaz meaning my God is pure gold. In the bible this is the name of Job s three friends.-----
ELIPHELETEnglishAnglicized form of Hebrew Eliyphelet meaning my God is deliverance. In the bible this is the name of many characters including King David s youngest son.-----
ELISHAEnglishAnglicized form of Hebrew Eliysha meaning God is salvation. In the bible this is the name of the prophet who succeeded Elijah.-----
ELISHUAEnglishAnglicized form of Hebrew Eliyshuwa meaning my God is savior. In the bible this is the name of a son of King David.-----
ELIUDEnglishAnglicized form of Greek Elioud meaning God his glory. In the New Testament bible this is the name of an ancestor of Christ.-----
ELKANAEnglishVariant spelling of English Elkanah meaning either God has created or God has possessed.-----
ELKANAHEnglishAnglicized form of Hebrew Elqanah meaning either God has created or God has possessed. In the bible this is the name of many characters including one of the sons of Korah.-----
ELLAEnglishMiddle English form of Anglo Saxon lla meaning all, universal.Compare with feminine Ella.-----
ELLERYEnglishFrom an Old English place name meaning island of elder trees.-----
ELLGAREnglishVariant spelling of Middle English Elgar meaning elf spear.-----
ELLGEREnglishVariant spelling of Middle English Elger meaning elf spear.-----
ELLIOTEnglishEnglish surname transferred to forename use originally a Norman French diminutive form of Old French lie meaning the Lord is my God.-----
ELLIOTTEnglishVariant spelling of English Elliot meaning the Lord is my God.-----
ELLISEnglishAnglicized form of Welsh Elisud meaning kind.-----
ELMEREnglishEnglish surname transferred to forename use from Middle English Aylmer meaning nobly famous.-----
ELPALETEnglishAnglicized form of Hebrew Eliyphelet meaning my God is deliverance.-----
ELRICEnglishMiddle English form of Anglo Saxon lfric meaning elf ruler.-----
ELRODEnglishFrequently found in southern states of the U.S. this name is an English altered spelling of the German surname Ellrodt which is probably from the place name Ellierode a village in the Solling mountains in the valley of Schottelbach Creek meaning wood clearing at the water.-----
ELRONDEnglishTolkien literary name meaning star dome.-----
ELROYEnglishEnglish altered spelling of French Leroy meaning the king.-----
ELSDONEnglishEnglish surname transferred to forename use composed of the feminine personal name Elli and Old English denu valley, hence Elli s valley.-----
ELTONEnglishEnglish surname transferred to forename use composed of the Middle English personal name Ella and tun enclosure, settlement, hence Ella s settlement.-----
ELVINEnglishVariant spelling of Middle English Elwin meaning elf friend.-----
ELVISEnglishPerhaps an English form of Scandinavian Alvis meaning all wise.-----
ELWEARDEnglishVariant spelling of Middle English Aylward meaning elf guard or noble guard.-----
ELWINEnglishVariant spelling of Middle English Alwin meaning elf friend.-----
ELWOODEnglishEnglish surname transferred to forename use possibly composed of the Old English elements ellern elder tree and wudu wood, hence elder tree forest.-----
ELYAKIMEnglishAnglicized form of Hebrew Elyaqiym or Greek Eliakim meaning God will establish.-----
ELYAKUMEnglishAnglicized form of Hebrew Elyaqiym or Greek Eliakim meaning God will establish.-----
ELYASAFEnglish Anglicized form of Hebrew Elyacaph meaning God increases the family. In the bible this is the name of a leader of the tribe of Gad.-----
ELWYNEnglishVariant spelling of Middle English Elwin meaning elf friend.-----
EMERSONEnglishEnglish surname transferred to forename use meaning son of Emery.-----
EMERYEnglishEnglish surname transferred to forename use derived from the German personal name Emeric meaning work power.-----
EMILEnglishGerman and Scandinavian name derived from Latin milius meaning rival. In use by the English.-----
EMMANUELEnglishLatin form of Greek Emmanouel meaning God is with us. In the Old Testament bible this is the name of the promised Messiah as prophesied by Isaiah. In the New Testament it is a name given to Christ by Matthew. In use by the English and French.-----
EMMERSONEnglishVariant spelling of English Emerson meaning son of Emery.-----
EMMETEnglishEnglishsurname transferred to forename use derived from the French feminine personal name Emmet meaning entire, whole. Compare with another form of Emmet.-----
EMMETTVariantEnglishspelling of English Emmet meaning entire, whole. Compare with another form of Emmett.-----
EMORYEnglishVariant spelling of English Emery meaning work power.-----
ENDAEnglishAnglicized form of Irish Gaelic anna meaning bird like.-----
ENOCHEnglishAnglicized form of Greek Henoch Hebrew Chanowk meaning dedicated or initiated. In the bible this is the name of the eldest son of Cain and a son of Jared the father of Methuselah.-----
ENOSEnglishVariant spelling of English Enosh meaning man human being.-----
ENOSHEnglishAnglicized form of Hebrew Enowsh meaning man human being. In the bible this is the name of a son of Seth.-----
EPHAHEnglishAnglicized form of Hebrew unisex Eyphah meaning darkness or gloomy. In the bible this is the name of several characters including a son of Midian and one of Caleb s concubines.-----
EREKEnglishVariant spelling of English Eric meaning ever ruler.-----
ERICEnglishEnglish form of German Erich meaning ever ruler.-----
ERICKEnglishVariant spelling of English Eric meaning ever ruler.-----
ERIKVariantEnglishspelling of English Eric meaning ever ruler. Compare with another form of Erik.-----
ERLEEnglishVariant spelling of English Earl meaning nobleman, prince, warrior.-----
ERNEnglishShort form of English Ernest meaning battle to the death , serious business.-----
ERNESTEnglishEnglish form of German Ernust meaning battle to the death , serious business.-----
ERNIEEnglishPet form of English Ernest meaning battle to the death , serious business.-----
ERROLEnglishScottish surname transferred to forename use from a place name possibly meaning to wander.-----
ERROLLEnglishVariant spelling of Scottish Errol possibly meaning to wander.-----
ERVINVariantEnglishspelling of English Erwin meaning boar friend. Compare with another form of Ervin.-----
ERWINMedievalEnglishEnglish form of Anglo Saxon Eoforwin meaning boar friend. Compare with another form of Erwin.-----
ERYKEnglishVariant spelling of English Eric meaning ever ruler.-----
ESMONDEnglishVariant spelling of Middle English Estmond meaning gracious protector.-----
ESMUNDEnglishVariant spelling of Middle English Esmond meaning gracious protector.-----
ESTMONDEnglishVariant spelling of Middle English Estmund meaning gracious protector.-----
ESTMUNDEnglishMiddle English form of Anglo Saxon Eastmund meaning gracious protector.-----
ETHANEnglishAnglicized form of Hebrew Eythan meaning enduring, long lived.In the bible this is the name of several characters including a grandson of Judah.-----
EUANEnglishAnglicized form of Scottish Gaelic Eoghan meaning born of yew.-----
EUGENEEnglishAnglicized form of Irish Gaelic Eoghan meaning born of yew.-----
EUSEBYEnglishEnglish name derived from Latin Eusebius meaning pious.-----
EUSTACEEnglishEnglish form of French Eustache meaning fruitful.-----
EVANEnglish1 Anglicized form of Welsh Iefan meaning God is gracious.-----
EVELYNEnglishEnglishsurname transferred to unisex forename use derived from the Norman French personal name Aveline meaning little Eve.Compare with strictly feminine Evelyn.-----
EVERETTEnglishEnglish surname transferred to forename use from a variant of Norman French Everard meaning strong as a boar.-----
EVERITTEnglishVariant spelling of English Everett meaning strong as a boar.-----
EWAINEnglishVariant spelling of Middle English Ywain meaning well born.-----
EWANEnglishAnglicized form of Scottish Gaelic Eoghan meaning born of yew.-----
EWANEEnglishVariant spelling of English Ewan meaning well born.-----
EWENEnglishVariant spelling of English Ewan meaning born of yew.-----
EZEKIELEnglishAnglicized form of Hebrew Yechezqel meaning God will strengthen. In the bible this is the name of a prophet the author of the Book of Ezekiel.Also spelled Jehezekel.-----
FABIANEnglishEnglish form of Latin Fabianus meaning like Fabius.-----
FARLEYEnglishEnglish habitational surname transferred to unisex forename use composed of the Old English elements fearn fern and leah clearing, meadow, hence fern meadow.-----
FARONEnglishVariant spelling of English Farran meaning ardent for peace.-----
FARQUHAREnglishScottish Anglicized form of Gaelic Fearchar meaning dear man.-----
FARRANEnglishEnglish surname transferred to forename use from the French name Ferrand meaning ardent for peace.-----
FARRELLEnglishIrish surname transferred to forename use from an Anglicized form of Gaelic Fearghail descendant of Fearghal, hence man of valor.-----
FAWKEEnglishAltered form of medieval English Fulke meaning tribe.-----
FELIMEnglishAnglicized form of Irish Gaelic Feidhlim possibly meaning ever good.-----
FELISMedievalEnglishEnglish form of Latin Felix meaning happy or lucky. Compare with another form of Felis.-----
FELIXEnglishLatin name meaning happy or lucky. In the bible this is the name of a Roman procurator of Judea.-----
FELYSEEnglishMedieval English form of Latin Felix meaning happy or lucky.-----
FENTONEnglishEnglish surname transferred to forename use composed of the Old English elements fenn fen, marsh and tun enclosure, settlement, hence marsh settlement.-----
FERDEnglishShort form of English Ferdinand meaning ardent for peace.-----
FERDIEEnglishPet form of English Ferdinand meaning ardent for peace.-----
FERDINANDEnglishAnglicized form of Irish Gaelic Fearghus meaning strong man.-----
FERDYEnglishPet form of English Ferdinand meaning ardent for peace.-----
FERGALEnglishAnglicized form of Irish Gaelic Fearghal meaning man of valor.-----
FERGIEEnglishPet form of English Fergus meaning strong man.-----
FERGUSEnglishIrish and Scottish Anglicized form of Gaelic Fearghus meaning strong man. In Irish mythology this was the name an Ulster hero.-----
FESTEREnglishLow German pet form of Latin Silvester meaning from the forest.-----
FESTUSEnglishRoman Latin name derived from the word festus meaning festival. In the bible this is the name of the successor of Felix the procurator of Judea who refused to bow to the pressure of the Jews who wanted him to condemn St. Paul to death for preaching. He is also known by the name Porcius.-----
FIDOEnglishLatin name meaning I trust. Once a popular name for dogs.-----
FILANDEREnglishVariant spelling of English Philander meaning with love for people.-----
FILBERTEnglishEnglish form of Latin Filbertus meaning very bright.-----
FILLINEnglishAnglicized form of Irish Gaelic Faolan meaning little wolf.-----
FINBAREnglishIrish Anglicized form of Gaelic Fionnbarr meaning fair headed.-----
FINDLAYEnglishVariant spelling of English Finley meaning white champion.-----
FINGALEnglishScottish Anglicized form of Gaelic Fionnghall meaning white valor.-----
FINGALLEnglishVariant spelling of English Fingal meaning white valor.-----
FINIANEnglishVariant spelling of English Finnian meaning little white one.-----
FINLAYEnglishVariant spelling of English Finley meaning white champion.-----
FINLEYEnglishScottish Anglicized form of Gaelic Fionnlagh meaning white champion.-----
FINBARREnglishVariant spelling of English Finbar meaning fair headed.-----
FINNBAREnglishIrish Anglicized form of Gaelic Fionnbarr meaning fair headed.-----
FINNEGANEnglishIrish surname transferred to forename use from an Anglicized form of Gaelic Fionnagain descendant of Fionnagan, hence tiny little white one.-----
FINNIANEnglishIrish Anglicized form of Gaelic Finnen meaning little white one.-----
FINTANEnglishAnglicized form of Irish Gaelic Fiontan meaning white fire.-----
FLANNERYEnglishIrish surname transferred to forename use from an Anglicized form of Gaelic Flannabhra descendant of Flannabhra, hence red eyebrows.-----
FLETCHEREnglishEnglish occupational surname transferred to forename use from Old French flechier from Germanic fleche arrow meaning maker of arrows.-----
FLINTEnglishEnglishname derived from the Old English/Low German word flint meaning stone splinter, originally used as a byname for someone hard and tough as flint. Compare with another form of Flint.-----
FLORENCEEnglishCompare with feminine Florence.1. Anglicized form of Irish Gaelic Flaithri meaning prince king.-----
FLORRYEnglishAnglicized form of Irish Gaelic Flaithri meaning prince king. Compare with feminine Florry.-----
FLURRYEnglishEnglishunisex name derived from the vocabulary word meaning snow squall.-----
FLYNNEnglishIrish surname transferred to forename use from an Anglicized form of Gaelic Floinn meaning descendant of Flann, hence red, ruddy.-----
FOLEYEnglishIrish surname transferred to forename use derived from an Anglicized form of Gaelic Foghladha descendant of Foghlaidh, hence pirate, plunderer.-----
FONZEnglishShort form of English Alfonzo meaning noble and ready.-----
FONZIEEnglishPet form of English Alfonzo meaning noble and ready.-----
FORDEnglishEnglish surname transferred to forename use from the Old English word ford meaning ford, river crossing.-----
FORESTEnglishVariant spelling of English Forrest meaning lives in or by an enclosed wood.-----
FORRESTEnglishEnglish surname transferred to forename use meaning lives in or by an enclosed wood.-----
FOSTEREnglishEnglish occupational surname transferred to forename use which could have derived from any of the following 1 Middle English foster meaning foster parent, 2 forster meaning forester, 3 forster meaning shearer, or 4 fuyster meaning saddle tree maker.-----
FOWKEEnglishVariant form of English Fulke meaning people, tribe.-----
FOXEnglishFrom an Old English byname meaning fox.-----
FRANCEEnglishShort form of English Francis meaning French.-----
FRANCISEnglishEnglishname derived from Latin Franciscus meaning French. This name is sometimes mistakenly given to girls instead of the identically pronounced feminine form Frances.-----
FRANKEnglishEnglishname originally derived from the name of a Germanic tribe called the Franks meaning French. It is also used as a short form of Franklin freeman and Francis French.-----
FRANKIEEnglishUnisex pet form of English Frances and Francis both meaning French.-----
FRANKLINEnglishEnglish surname transferred to forename use from the Middle English word frankeleyn meaning freeman.-----
FRANKLYNEnglishVariant spelling of English Franklin meaning freeman.-----
FRASEREnglishFrench surname transferred to forename use of Norman origin but the derivation has been lost due to corruption of form by association with the French word fraise meaning strawberry.In English and Scottish use.-----
FRAZEREnglishEnglish variant spelling of French Fraser meaning strawberry.-----
FRAZIEREnglishVariant spelling of English Frazer meaning strawberry.-----
FREDEnglishShort form of English Frederick meaning peaceful ruler.-----
FREDDIEEnglishUnisex pet form of English Frederick and Latin Frederica both meaning peaceful ruler.-----
FREDDYEnglishPet form of English Frederick meaning peaceful ruler.-----
FREDERICKEnglishEnglish form of French Frederic meaning peaceful ruler.-----
FREDRICEnglishVariant spelling of English Frederick meaning peaceful ruler.-----
FREDRICKEnglishVariant spelling of English Frederick meaning peaceful ruler.-----
FREDRIKVariantEnglishspelling of English Frederick meaning peaceful ruler. Compare with another form of Fredrik.-----
FREEMANEnglishEnglish surname transferred to forename use meaning freeman.-----
FULKEnglishModern form of Medieval English Fulke meaning people, tribe.-----
FULKEEnglishMedieval English form of Old Norse Folki meaning people, tribe.-----
GABBYEnglishPet form of English Gabriel meaning man of Godor warrior of God.-----
GABEEnglishPet form of English Gabriel meaning man of Godor warrior of God.-----
GABLEEnglishEnglish surname transferred to forename use possibly originally a habitational name derived from a place named from Old Norse gafl meaning gable, a term used to denote a triangular shaped hill.-----
GABRIELEnglishAnglicized form of Greek Gabriel Hebrew Gabriyel meaning man of God or warrior of God. This is the name of one of the seven archangels of religious lore. In the bible he is known as the messenger angel he is one of the two highest ranking angels and apart from Michael is the only other angel given a name in the Old Testament where he is first mentioned in the Book of Daniel. He is the angel who announced the births of John the Baptist and Jesus. He is said to watch over Iran Persia and in Ezekiel s vision of the cherubim the four sacred animals the face of the eagle corresponds to him. In ancient astrology he corresponds to the sign of Taurus and rules over the moon.-----
GADDIELEnglishAnglicized form of Hebrew Gaddiyel meaning God is my fortune. In the bible this is the name of one of the twelve scouts sent by Moses to explore the Promised Land.-----
GADIELEnglishVariant spelling of English Gaddiel meaning God is my fortune.-----
GAGEEnglishEnglish occupational surname transferred to forename use from the Middle English word gage pledge surety against money lent hence moneylender.-----
GAIGEEnglishVariant spelling English Gage meaning moneylender.-----
GAILEnglishVariant spelling of English Gale meaning calm, tranquil.-----
GAIREnglishVariant spelling of English Gare meaning spear.-----
GALAHADEnglishEnglish Arthurian legend name of a Knight of the Round Table known as the Knight Valiant. He was the illegitimate son of Lancelot and Elaine of Carbonek renowned for his gallantry and purity as well as being one of the three achievers of the Holy Grail. The name was invented by the author of La Queste del Saint Graal and was probably derived from Gilead the Anglicized form of Hebrew Gilad meaning hard, stony region.-----
GALEEnglishEnglish unisex name derived from the vocabulary word gale meaning sea storm.Compare with strictly feminine Gale.-----
GALENEnglishEnglishname derived from Roman Galenus meaning calm, seas. Compare with another form of Galen.-----
GALILEEEnglishAnglicized form of Hebrew Galiyl meaning rolling, turning or circuit, region, ring. In the bible this is the name of a circuit or ring Galilee of the Gentiles. Not used as a personal name.-----
GALLAGHEREnglishIrish surname transferred to forename use from an Anglicized form of Gaelic Gallchobhair descendant of Gallchobhar, hence foreign help.-----
GAMALIELEnglishAnglicized form of Hebrew Gamliyel meaning God is my reward.-----
GAMLIELEnglishAnglicized form of Hebrew Gamliyel meaning God is my reward.-----
GAREEnglishShort form of English Gary meaning spear.-----
GARETHEnglishWelsh name perhaps derived from Celtic Gahareet meaning old. In Arthurian legend this is the name of a Knight of the Round Table the son of Lot and Morgause therefore Arthur s nephew. A very popular name in Wales. In use by the English.-----
GAREYEnglishVariant spelling of English Gary meaning spear.-----
GARFIELDEnglishEnglish surname transferred to forename use composed of the Old English elements gara triangular a derivative of gar spear and feld open country, hence lives by a triangular field.-----
GARLANDEnglishEnglishsurname transferred to forename use composed of the Old English elements gara triangular a derivative of gar spear and land estate, cultivated land, hence from the triangular estate. Compare with another form of Garland.-----
GARNETEnglishEnglish surname transferred to unisex forename use meaning garnet the gem , derived from a Middle English altered form of Old French pome grenate fruit full of seeds, the same source from which came the name of the precious stone.-----
GARNETTEnglishMasculine variant spelling of English unisex Garnet meaning garnet the gem .-----
GARRETVariantEnglishspelling of English Garrett meaning spear ruler.-----
GARRETTEnglishIrish surname transferred to forename use from an Anglicized form of Gaelic Georoid meaning spear ruler.-----
GARRICKEnglishEnglishtopographic surname transferred to forename use from the American spelling of the French surname Garrigue from Old Provencal garrique meaning grove of holm oaks. Compare with another form of Garrick.-----
GARTHEnglishEnglishsurname transferred to forename use from Old Norse garor enclosure denoting someone who lives beside an enclosure.Compare with another form of Garth.-----
GARVANEnglishAnglicized form of Irish Gaelic Garbhan meaning little rough one.-----
GARYEnglishEnglish surname transferred to forename use originally a short form of Germanic names containing the element gar meaning spear.-----
GAWAINEnglishMiddle English name probably derived from Welsh Gwalchgwyn white hawk or Gwalchmei May hawk. In Arthurian legend this is the name of a Knight of the Round Table. He was the eldest son of Morgause and King Lot of Orkney cousin to Sir Ywain and nephew to Arthur. He was brother to Agravain Gaheris Gareth and Mordred the father of Florence Gingalain and Lovell. He is noted for his fierce loyalty to his king for being a defender of the poor and for being a ladies man. He is also called Gwalltafwyn meaning hair like rain.-----
GAYShortEnglishform of English names beginning with Gay such as Gabriel man of Godor warrior of God, and Gaylord meaning dandy. Compare with feminine Gay.-----
GAYELORDEnglishVariant spelling of English Gaylord meaning dandy.-----
GAYLONEnglishVariant spelling of English Galen meaning calm, tranquil.-----
GAYLORDEnglishEnglish surname transferred to forename use from a respelling of the Old French byname Gaillard meaning dandy.-----
GAYNOREnglishIrish Anglicized form of Gaelic Fionnbarr meaning fair headed. Compare with feminine Gaynor.-----
GEARALTEnglishAnglicized form of Irish Gaelic Gearoid spear ruler.-----
GEDEnglishPet form of English Gerard meaning spear strong.-----
GEDALIAEnglishVariant spelling of English Gedaliah meaning God is great.-----
GEDALIAHEnglishAnglicized form of Hebrew Gedalyah meaning God is great. In the bible this is the name of many characters including the governor of Judah appointed by Nebuchadnezzar.-----
GEFFREYEnglishContracted form of English Geoffrey possibly meaning God s peace.-----
GEMARIAHEnglishAnglicized form of Hebrew Gemaryah meaning God has accomplished. In the bible this is the name of the son of Hilkiah who bore Jeremiah s letter to the captive Jews.-----
GEMINIEnglishFrom Latin geminus meaning twin. In Astrology it is a zodiac sign. In Astronomy it is the name of a constellation. In Roman mythology Castor and Pollux are the Gemini twins the sons of Leda brothers to Helen of Troy and Clytemnestra.In Greek they are called the Dioskouroi.-----
GENEEnglishShort form of English Eugene meaning well born.-----
GEOFFEnglishShort form of English Geoffrey possibly meaning God s peace.-----
GEOFFREYEnglishEnglish form of French Geoffroi possibly meaning God s peace.-----
GEORDIEEnglishByname for a person from the Tyneside region of England derived from an Old English diminutive form of George meaning earth worker, farmer.-----
GEORGEEnglishEnglish form of French Georges meaning earth worker, farmer.-----
GEORGIEEnglishUnisex pet form of English George and Georgia meaning earth worker, farmer.-----
GERALDEnglishEnglish form of French Gerald meaning spear ruler.-----
GERARDEnglishEnglish form of French Gerard meaning spear strong.-----
GERRARDEnglishVariant spelling of English Gerard meaning spear strong.-----
GERRYEnglishUnisex pet form of English Gerald and Geraldine meaning spear ruler. Also used as a pet form of other names beginning with Ger meaning spear.-----
GERSHOMEnglishAnglicized form of Hebrew Gereshom meaning exile, expulsion. In the bible this is the name of several characters including a son of Moses.-----
GERSHONEnglishAnglicized form of Hebrew Gereshown meaning exile, expulsion. In the bible this is the name of the first son of Levi.-----
GERVASEEnglishMiddle English form of Norman French Gervaise meaning spear servant.-----
GIBEnglishMedieval pet form of English Gilbert meaning pledge bright.-----
GIDEnglishShort form of English Gideon meaning cutter down hewer, i.e. mighty warrior.-----
GIDEONEnglishAnglicized form of Hebrew Gidown meaning cutter down hewer, i.e. mighty warrior. In the bible this is the name of the warrior who defeated the Midianites.-----
GIFARDEnglishVariant spelling of English Giffard meaning chubby cheeked.-----
GIFFARDEnglishFrom the Middle English byname giffard meaning chubby cheeked.-----
GILShortEnglishform of English Gilbert meaning pledge bright and other names beginning with Gil . Compare with other forms of Gil.-----
GILBERTEnglishEnglish form of Old French Gilebert meaning pledge bright.-----
GILEADEnglishAnglicized form of Hebrew Gilad meaning hard, stony region. In the bible this is the name of region east of the Jordan River.It is also the name of several characters including a grandson of Manasseh.-----
GILESEnglishEnglish form of French Gilles meaning shield of goatskin. This was the name of an 8th century saint of cripples.-----
GILFORDEnglishEnglish surname transferred to forename use derived from a variant of the surname Guilford composed of Old English gylde golden and ford ford, hence golden river crossing.-----
GILLEnglishVariant spelling of English Gil meaning pledge bright.-----
GILLESPIEEnglishScottish Anglicized form of Gaelic Gilleasbaig meaning bishop s servant.-----
GILROYEnglishIrish surname transferred to forename use from an Anglicized form of Gaelic Mac Giolla Ruaidh son of the Ruadh, hence red.-----
GLADWINEnglishEnglish surname transferred to forename use derived from Middle English Gladwyn meaning bright friend.-----
GLADWYNEnglishMiddle English form of Anglo Saxon Gldwine meaning bright friend.-----
GLANVILLEEnglishOld English surname transferred to forename use meaning clean field clear open country.-----
GLENEnglishScottish name derived from the word gleann meaning valley.-----
GLENDOWEREnglishAnglicized form of Welsh Glyndwr meaning valley water.-----
GLENNEnglishVariant spelling of Scottish Glen meaning valley.-----
GODDARDMiddleEnglishEnglish form of Anglo Saxon Godheard meaning god strong. Compare with another form of Goddard.-----
GODFREYEnglishEnglish form of Norman French Godefrey meaning God s peace.-----
GOGEnglishAnglicized form of Hebrew Gowg meaning mountain. In the bible this is the name of a son of Shemaiah and the name of the prophetic prince of the land of Magog. In British legend God and Magog are the names of two giant guardians of London. Geoffrey of Monmouth states that Gogmagog was one giant who was slain by the Cornish hero Corin.-----
GOLDAEnglishOld English name meaning gold. Compare with feminine Golda.-----
GOLIATHEnglishAnglicized form of Hebrew Golyath meaning exile. In the bible this is the name of a Philistine giant slain by David. A shard of pottery unearthed by archaeologists digging at Tell es Safi bears two Proto Semitic names alwt and wlt which are etymologically similar to Hebrew Galyat/Golyat/Golyath. The shard dates to around 950 BC very close to the time when the bible says Goliath lived.-----
GOMEREnglishEnglishsurname transferred to forename use from a contracted form of Anglo Saxon Godmr meaning good fame. Compare with another form of Gomer.-----
GOODWINEnglishEnglish surname transferred to forename use derived from Old English Godwin meaning God s friend.-----
GORDEnglishShort form of English Gordon meaning spacious fort.-----
GORDENEnglishVariant spelling of English Gordon meaning spacious fort.-----
GORDONEnglishScottish surname transferred to forename use from the name of a place in Berwickshire composed of the Welsh elements gor spacious and din fort, hence spacious fort.-----
GRADYEnglishIrish surname transferred to forename use from an Anglicized form of Gaelic Grada descendant of Grada, hence noble.-----
GRAHAMEnglishScottish name derived from the surname Grantham from a place name composed of the Old English elements grand gravel and ham home, hence gravel home.-----
GRANVILLEEnglishEnglish surname transferred to forename use from a Norman baronial name composed of the elements grand large and ville settlement, hence large settlement.-----
GRAYEnglishEnglish surname transferred to forename use from a byname for someone having gray hair or a beard from Old English grg meaning grey.-----
GREEREnglishScottish surname transferred to unisex forename use derived from a contracted form of Gregor meaning watchful vigilant.-----
GREGEnglishShort form of English Gregory and Scottish Gregor both meaning watchful vigilant.-----
GREGGEnglishShort form of English Gregory and Scottish Gregor meaning watchful vigilant.-----
GREGORYEnglishEnglish form of French Provencal Gregory meaning watchful vigilant.-----
GRENVILLEEnglishVariant spelling of English Granville meaning large settlement.-----
GREYEnglishVariant spelling of English Gray meaning grey.-----
GRIEREnglishMasculine variant spelling of English unisex Greer meaning watchful vigilant.-----
GRIFFINCompareEnglishwith another form of Griffin. 1 Anglicized form of Irish Gaelic Griobhtha meaning griffin.-----
GRIFFITHAnglicizedEnglishform of Welsh Gruffudd meaning chief/lord.-----
GROVEREnglishEnglish surname transferred to forename use derived from Old English graf grove, hence lives in a grove.-----
GUSEnglishEnglishshort form of Latin Augustus meaning venerable.-----
GUYEnglishVariant form of Norman French Gy a derivative of Latin Wido meaning wide. This name was popular until 1605 when Guy Fawkes tried to blow up Parliament after which it acquired the negative connotation grotesque man. In Arthurian legend this is the name of a son of Bevis of Hamptoun.In use by the English.-----
GYLESEnglishVariant spelling of English Giles meaning shield of goatskin.-----
HABAKKUKEnglishAnglicized form of Hebrew Chabaqquwq meaning embrace. In the bible this is the name of a prophet.-----
HADADCompareEnglishwith other forms of Hadad.1. Anglicized form of Hebrew Adad meaning I shall move softly I shall love. In the bible this is the name of an Edomite enemy God raised up to punish Solomon for his sins.-----
HADLEYEnglishEnglish surname transferred to unisex forename use composed of the Old English elements ho heathland, heather, wasteland and leah clearing, field, meadow hence heather meadow.-----
HADWINEnglishEnglish surname transferred to forename use composed of the Old English elements hadu strife, war and win e friend, hence war friend.-----
HAGAIEnglishVariant spelling of English Haggai meaning festive.-----
HAGGAIEnglishAnglicized form of Hebrew Chaggai meaning festive. In the Old Testament bible this is the name of one of the minor prophets.-----
HAGGIEnglishAnglicized form of Hebrew Chaggiy meaning festive. In the bible this is the name of a son of Gad.-----
HAIGMiddleEnglishEnglish name meaning to cut, to chop.Compare with another form of Haig.-----
HALEnglishPet form of English Henry meaning home ruler.-----
HALEEnglishEnglish surname transferred to forename use derived from Old English halh nook, recess, hence lives in a nook.-----
HALLEnglishEnglish surname transferred to forename use derived from Old English heall hall, hence lives at the hall.-----
HAMEnglishAnglicized form of Hebrew Cham meaning blackness or heat. In the bible this is the name of Noah s second son.-----
HAMILTONEnglishScottish surname transferred to English forename use composed of the Old English elements hamel blunt, crooked, flat topped and dun hill, hence flat topped hill.-----
HAMISHEnglishAnglicized form of Scottish Gaelic Seumas meaning supplanter.-----
HAMLETEnglishMiddle English form of Old French Hamelet meaning tiny little village.-----
HAMMONDEnglishEnglish surname transferred to forename use derived from Norman French Hamon meaning home.-----
HAMUELEnglishAnglicized form of Hebrew Chammuw el meaning heat of God. In the bible this is the name of a man of Simeon. Also according to pseudo Dionysius this is the name of an archangel.-----
HANAELEnglishVariant spelling of English Haniel meaning favored of God.-----
HANANEnglishAnglicized form of Hebrew Chanan meaning compassionate, merciful. In the bible this is the name of many characters including a chief of the tribe of Benjamin. Compare with feminine Hanan.-----
HANANIEnglishAnglicized form of Hebrew Chananiy meaning gracious or favorable. In the bible this is the name of several characters including a brother of Nehemiah.-----
HANANIAHEnglishAnglicized form of Hebrew Chananyah meaning whom Jehovah has graciously given. In the bible this is the name of many characters including a friend of Daniel a general a priest and an officer who lived during the reign of King Uzziah.-----
HANIELEnglishAnglicized form of Hebrew Channiy el meaning favored of God. In the bible this is the name of a leader of the tribe of Asher. In Jewish lore this is also the name of angel associated with the planet Venus.-----
HANKEnglishPet form of English Henry meaning home ruler.-----
HANLEYEnglishIrish surname transferred to forename use derived from O Hanley an Anglicized form of Gaelic hinle meaning descendant of inle, hence champion.-----
HANNIELEnglishVariant spelling of English Haniel meaning favored of God. In the bible this is the name of a leader of the tribe of Asher. In Jewish lore this is also the name of angel associated with the planet Venus.-----
HANOCHEnglishAnglicized form of Hebrew Chanowk meaning dedicated or initiated. In the bible this is the name of the eldest son of Cain and a son of Jared the father of Methuselah.-----
HAPPYEnglishEnglish unisex name derived from the vocabulary word meaning happy. Compare with Gay and Merry.-----
HARCOURTEnglishEnglish surname transferred to forename use composed of the Old English elements heafocere falconer, hawker and cot hut, hence from the falconer s/hawker s hut.-----
HARDINGEnglishEnglish surname transferred to forename use from a form of the Old English surname Hearding from heard meaning brave, hardy, strong.-----
HARDYEnglishPet name for longer English names containing Hard or Hart meaning brave, hardy, strong.-----
HARLANEnglishEnglish surname transferred to forename use from the name of various places composed of the Old English elements hara hare and land land, hence hare s land.-----
HARLANDEnglishEnglish name derived from a Norman French byname for someone given to stirring up trouble from the word hareler meaning to create a disturbance, hence trouble maker.-----
HARLEYEnglishEnglish surname transferred to forename use composed of the Old English elements hr rock and leah meadow, pasture, hence rocky meadow.-----
HARLINEnglishEnglish surname transferred to forename use from the Norman French personal name Herluin meaning noble friend or noble warrior.-----
HARMONEnglishEnglish surname transferred to forename use from the German personal name Harman meaning bold/hardy man.-----
HAROLDEnglishMiddle English form of Anglo Saxon Hereweald meaning army ruler.-----
HARPEREnglishEnglish occupational surname transferred to unisex forename use meaning harp player.-----
HARRIEnglishVariant spelling of English Harry meaning home ruler. Compare with other forms of Harri.-----
HARRIEEnglishVariant spelling of English Harry meaning home ruler.-----
HARRISEnglishFrom the English surname Harrison meaning son of Harry.-----
HARRISONEnglishEnglish surname transferred to forename use meaning son of Harry.-----
HARRYEnglishMedieval diminutive form of English Henry meaning home ruler.-----
HARTLEYEnglishEnglish surname transferred to unisex forename use composed of the Old English elements heorot hart, male deer and leah meadow, pasture, hence deer meadow.-----
HARVEEnglishShort form of English Harvey meaning battle worthy.-----
HARVEYEnglishEnglish surname transferred to forename use from Old French Herve from Breton Haerveu meaning battle worthy.-----
HARVIEEnglishVariant spelling of English Harvey meaning battle worthy.-----
HASHUBEnglishAnglicized form of Hebrew Chashshuwb meaning considerate. In the bible this is the name of several characters including a son of Pahath moab.-----
HASSHUBEnglishAnglicized form of Hebrew Chashshuwb meaning considerate. In the bible this is the name of several characters including a son of Pahath moab.-----
HAVENEnglishEnglish unisex name derived from Middle English haven Old English hfen meaning haven, refuge.-----
HAVELOCKEnglishEnglish surname transferred to forename use meaning sea war.-----
HAVILAHEnglishAnglicized form of Hebrew Chaviylah meaning circle. In the bible this is the name of a part of Eden through which the river Pison flowed and the name of a son of Cush after whom a district in Arabia was named.-----
HAWARDEnglishAnglicized form of Danish/Norwegian Havard meaning high guard. This is an older form of modern English Howard.-----
HAYDENEnglishEnglish unisex name composed of the Old English elements heg hay and denu valley, hence hay valley.-----
HAYWOODEnglishEnglish surname transferred to forename use composed of the Old English elements ge haeg enclosure and wudu wood, hence enclosed wood.-----
HAZAELEnglishAnglicized form of Hebrew Chaza el meaning one who sees God. In the bible this is the name of a king of Syria.-----
HEADLEYEnglishVariant spelling of English Hedley meaning heather field.-----
HEATHEnglishEnglish surname transferred to forename use meaning heath.-----
HEATHCLIFFEnglishMiddle English name meaning a heath near a cliff.-----
HEBERAnglicizedEnglishform of Irish Gaelic ibhear meaning bow warrior. Compare with another form of Heber.-----
HEBRONEnglishAnglicized form of Hebrew Ebron meaning alliance, association. In the bible this is the name of a city in south Judah near where Abraham built an altar. It is also the name of the third son of Kohath and a descendant of Caleb.-----
HECKEnglishEnglish short form of Latin Hector meaning defend hold fast.-----
HECTORAnglicizedEnglishform of Scottish Gaelic Eachann meaning brown horse. Compare with another form of Hector.-----
HEDLEYEnglishEnglish surname transferred to forename use composed of the Old English elements ho heather and leah clearing, field, hence heather field or heather meadow.-----
HENGISTEnglishOld English name meaning stallion. In English legend this is the name of the brother of Horsa and ruler of Kent. In Arthurian legend he was killed by Uther Pendragon.-----
HENRIEEnglishVariant spelling of English Henry meaning home ruler.-----
HENRYEnglishEnglish form of French Henri meaning home ruler.-----
HENRYEEnglishVariant spelling of English Henry meaning home ruler.-----
HERBEnglishEnglish short form of German Herbert meaning bright army.-----
HERBIEEnglishEnglish pet form of German Herbert meaning bright army.-----
HERKEnglishEnglish short form of Latin Hercules meaning glory of Hera.-----
HERMANEnglishEnglishname derived from Latin Hermanus meaning army man. Compare with another form of Herman.-----
HERONEnglishEnglish bird name meaning simply heron bird.-----
HERVEYEnglishVariant spelling of English Harvey meaning battle worthy.-----
HEWIEEnglishVariant spelling of English Hughie meaning heart, mind, or spirit.-----
HEZEKIAHEnglishAnglicized form of Hebrew Chizqiyah meaning God is my strength. In the bible this is the name of a king of Judah and several other characters.-----
HEZRONEnglishAnglicized form of Hebrew Chetsrown meaning enclosed surrounded by a wall. In the bible this is the name of a son of Reuben.-----
HIELEnglishAnglicized form of Hebrew Chiy el meaning God lives. In the bible this is the name of one of the rebuilders of Jericho.-----
HILARYEnglishEnglish unisex form of Latin Hilarius and Hilaria meaning joyful happy.Originally this was strictly a masculine name.-----
HILKIAHEnglishAnglicized form of Hebrew Chilqiyah meaning my portion is God. In the bible this is the name of many characters including the father of Eliakim and a High Priest who lived in the time of King Josiah.-----
HILLARYEnglishVariant spelling of English unisex Hilary meaning joyful happy.-----
HIRAHEnglishAnglicized form of Hebrew Chiyrah meaning a noble race nobility. In the bible this is the name of a friend of Judah.-----
HIRAMEnglishAnglicized form of Hebrew Chiyram meaning free born noble. In the bible this is the name of a king of Tyre and the name of the chief architect of Solomon s temple.-----
HIZKIAHEnglishVariant spelling of English Hezekiah meaning God is my strength.-----
HIZKIJAHEnglishVariant spelling of English Hezekiah meaning God is my strength.-----
HODGEEnglishMiddle English pet form of Anglo Saxon Hroogar meaning famous spear.-----
HOLDENEnglishEnglish surname transferred to forename use composed of the Old English elements hol deep, hollow, sunken and denu valley, hence deep valley.-----
HOLLISEnglishEnglish surname transferred to unisex forename use from Old English holegn holly denoting someone who lives near holly trees.-----
HOPKINEnglishEnglish surname transferred to forename use derived from a diminutive form of Old English Hob hence little Hob.-----
HORACEEnglishEnglish and French form of Roman Latin Horatius meaning has good eyesight.-----
HORATIOEnglishEnglish name derived from Roman Latin Horatius meaning has good eyesight.-----
HORSAEnglishOld English name meaning horse. In English legend this is the name of a warrior and brother of Hengist.-----
HOSEAEnglishAnglicized form of Hebrew Howshea meaning salvation. In the bible this is the name of several characters including the author of the Book of Hosea.-----
HOSHEAEnglishAnglicized form of Hebrew Howshea meaning salvation.-----
HOWARDEnglishEnglish surname transferred to forename use from an Anglicized form Haward of Danish/Norwegian Havard meaning high guard.-----
HOWELEnglishVariant spelling of English Howell meaning eminent, conspicuous.-----
HOWELLEnglishAnglicized form of Welsh Hywel meaning eminent, conspicuous.-----
HOWIEEnglishPet form of English Howard meaning high guard.-----
HOYTEnglishEnglish byname for a tall skinny person turned surname turned forename from Middle English hoit meaning long stick.-----
HUCCEnglishOld English name derived from the element hux meaning insult, taunt. Possibly a byname before becoming a personal name.-----
HUDDEnglishVariant spelling of English Hudde meaning heart, mind, or spirit.-----
HUDDEEnglishMedieval pet form of English Hugh meaning heart, mind, or spirit.-----
HUDSONEnglishEnglish surname transferred to forename use meaning son of Hudde.-----
HUEEnglishVariant spelling of English Hugh meaning heart, mind, or spirit.-----
HUEYEnglishVariant spelling of English Hughie meaning heart, mind, or spirit.-----
HUETEnglishMedieval diminutive form of English Hue heart mind or spirit hence little heart/mind/spirit.-----
HUFFIEEnglishPet form of English Humphrey meaning peaceful giant.-----
HUGHEnglishEnglish form of Old French Hugues meaning heart, mind, or spirit.-----
HUGHEEnglishVariant spelling of English Hugh meaning heart, mind, or spirit.-----
HUGHIEEnglishPet form of English Hugh meaning heart, mind, or spirit.-----
HUGOEnglishLatin form of Old French Hugon meaning heart, mind, or spirit.-----
HUMEnglishShort form of English Humbert possibly meaning bright support.-----
HUMBERTEnglishEnglish form of Norman Germanic Huncberct possibly meaning bright support.-----
HUMPHREYEnglishEnglish name derived from Norman Germanic Hunfrid meaning giant peace.-----
HUMPHRYEnglishVariant spelling of English Humphrey meaning giant peace.-----
HUNTEREnglishEnglish occupational surname transferred to unisex forename use meaning hunter.-----
HUNTLEYEnglishEnglish surname transferred to forename use composed of the Old English elements hunta hunter and leah clearing, wood, hence hunter s wood.-----
HUXLEYEnglishEnglish surname transferred to forename use composed of the Old English personal name Hucc and the word leah clearing, wood, hence Hucc s clearing/wood.-----
HYRAMEnglishVariant spelling of English Hiram meaning free born noble.-----
IBRIEnglishAnglicized form of Hebrew Ibriy meaning Hebrew.-----
ICHABODEnglishAnglicized form of Hebrew Iy kabowd meaning inglorious without glory. In the bible this is the name of a son of Phinehas.-----
IGNATIUSAnglicizedEnglishform of Irish Gaelic Eighneachan possibly meaning man of force. Compare with another form of Ignatius.-----
IKEEnglishPet form of English Isaac meaning he will laugh.-----
IMANUELEnglishVariant spelling of English Immanuel meaning God is with us.-----
IMLAEnglishAnglicized form of Hebrew Yimla meaning whom God will fill up. In the bible this is the name of the father of Micaiah.-----
IMLAHEnglishAnglicized form of Hebrew Yimla meaning whom God will fill up. In the bible this is the name of the father of Micaiah.-----
IMMANUELEnglishAnglicized form of Hebrew Immanuw el meaning God is with us. In the bible this is the name of the promised Messiah as prophesied by Isaiah. This form is also used in Germany.-----
IMRIEnglishAnglicized form of Hebrew Imriy meaning eloquent. In the bible this is the name of a member of the tribe of Judah.-----
INDIANAEnglishEnglish unisex name derived from the American state name meaning land of the Indians.-----
INDIGOEnglishEnglish unisex name derived from vocabulary word indigo from Greek indikon meaning blue dye from India.-----
INDYEnglishPet form of English unisex Indiana meaning land of the Indians.-----
INGRAMEnglishEnglishsurname transferred to forename use from a contracted form of Norman Germanic Engelram meaning Ing s raven. Compare with another form of Ingram.-----
INNESEnglishScottish Anglicized unisex form of Gaelic Aonghas meaning excellent valor.-----
INNOCENTEnglishEnglish name derived from Latin Innocentius meaning harmless, innocent.-----
IRAEnglishAnglicized form of Hebrew Iyra meaning watchful of a town. In the bible this is the name of one king David s officers and two of his warriors.-----
IRVINEnglishVariant spelling of English Irvine meaning fresh water or green water.-----
IRVINEEnglishScottish surname transferred to English forename use from the Celtic name of a river composed of the Welsh elements ir/yr fresh, green and afon water, hence fresh water or green water.-----
IRVINGEnglishScottish surname transferred to English forename use composed of the Welsh elements ir/yr fresh, green and afon water, hence fresh water or green water.-----
IRWINEnglishMiddle English form of Anglo Saxon Eoforwine meaning boar friend.-----
ISAShortEnglishform of English Isaac meaning he will laugh. Compare with another form of Isa.-----
ISAACEnglishAnglicized form of Hebrew Yitzchak Greek Isaak meaning he will laugh. In the bible this is the name of the son of Abraham and father of Esau and Jacob.-----
ISADOREnglishVariant spelling of English Isidore meaning gift of Isis.-----
ISADOREEnglishVariant spelling of English Isidore meaning gift of Isis.-----
ISAIAHEnglishAnglicized form of Latin Isaias Hebrew Yeshayah meaning God is salvation. In the bible this is the name of one of the most famous prophets. Also spelled Jesaiah and Jeshaiah.-----
ISHMAELEnglishAnglicized form of Hebrew Yishmael meaning God will hear. In the bible this is the name of many characters including a son of Abraham.-----
ISHMERAIEnglishAnglicized form of Hebrew Yishmeray meaning whom Jehovah keeps. In the bible this is the name of a Benjamite.-----
ISIAHEnglishVariant spelling of English Isaiah meaning God is salvation.-----
ISIDOREEnglishAnglicized form of Latin Isidorus meaning gift of Isis.-----
ISRAELEnglishAnglicized form of Hebrew Yisrael meaning God prevails or contender soldier of God. In the bible this is the name given to Jacob after wrestling with the angel.-----
ISSACEnglishVariant spelling of English Isaac meaning he will laugh.-----
ISSACHAREnglishAnglicized form of Hebrew Yissaskar meaning he is wages or he brings wages. In the bible this is the name of a Korahite and the name of the ninth son of Jacob.-----
ITAIEnglishAnglicized form of Hebrew Ittay meaning neighboring or with me. In the bible this is the name of a Gittate and the name of one of King David s warriors.-----
ITAMAREnglishVariant spelling of English Ithamar meaning land of palms.-----
ITHAIEnglishAnglicized form of Hebrew Ittay meaning neighboring or with me. In the bible this is the name of a Gittate and the name of one of King David s warriors.-----
ITHAMAREnglishAnglicized form of Hebrew Iythamar meaning land of palms. In the bible this is the name of the youngest son of Aaron.-----
ITHIELEnglishAnglicized form of Hebrew Iythiyel meaning God is with me. In the bible this is the name of a Benjamite and a disciple.-----
ITIELEnglishVariant spelling of English Ithiel meaning God is with me. In the bible this is the name of a Benjamite and a disciple.-----
IVANEnglish Russian form of Greek Ioannes meaning God is gracious. In use by the English Czechs and Ukrainians.-----
IVOEnglishVariant spelling of German Yvo meaning yew tree.Used infrequently by the English.-----
IZZYEnglishPet form of English Isidore meaning gift of Isis. Compare with feminine Izzy.-----
JAANAIEnglishAnglicized form of Hebrew Yaanay meaning whom Jehovah answers. In the bible this is the name of a man in the tribe of Gad.-----
JAASAUEnglishAnglicized form of Hebrew Yaasuw meaning they will do or Jehovah made. In the bible this is the name of a descendant of Bani.-----
JABEZEnglishAnglicized form of Hebrew Yabets meaning pain, sorrow. In the bible this is the name of a member of Caleb s family.-----
JABINEnglishAnglicized form of Hebrew Yabiyn meaning whom God observes. In the bible this is the name of two kings of the Hazor.-----
JACHINEnglishAnglicized form of Hebrew Yakiyn meaning he establishes or whom God strengthens. In the bible this is the name of several characters including a son of Simeon.-----
JACKEnglishProbably originally an Anglicized form of French Jacques meaning supplanter, it is now considered a pet form of English John meaning God is gracious.-----
JACKIEEnglishPet form of English Jack meaning supplanter or God is gracious. Compare with feminine Jackie.-----
JACKSONEnglishEnglish patronymic surname transferred to forename use meaning son of Jack.-----
JACOBEnglishAnglicized form of Greek Iakob and Hebrew Yaaqob meaning supplanter. In the Old Testament bible this is the name of a son of Isaac and Rebecca and the twin brother of Esau. In the New Testament it is the name of Mary s father in law.-----
JADAEnglishAnglicized form of Hebrew Yada meaning he knows or wise. In the bible this is the name of a member of the tribe of Judah.-----
JADEEnglishEnglish unisex name derived from the name of the precious stone meaning jade.-----
JADENEnglishElaborated form of English unisex Jade meaning jade.-----
JADONEnglishAnglicized form of Hebrew Yadown meaning judge, thankful, or whom God has judged. In the bible this is the name of a man who helped Nehemiah rebuild the walls of Jerusalem.-----
JADYNEnglishVariant spelling of English unisex Jaden meaning jade.-----
JAEEnglishVariant spelling of English Jay a short form of name beginning with the letter J.-----
JAFETEnglishVariant spelling of English Japheth meaning opened or abundant, spacious.-----
JAHLEELEnglishAnglicized form of Hebrew Yachleel meaning God waits or whom God has made sick. In the bible this is the name of a member of the tribe of Zebulun.-----
JAHZEELEnglishAnglicized form of Hebrew Yachtse el meaning whom God allots. In the bible this is the name of a son of Naphtali.-----
JAIEnglishVariant spelling of English Jay a short form of longer names beginning with J.-----
JAIDENEnglishVariant spelling of English unisex Jaden meaning jade.-----
JAIMIEEnglishVariant spelling of English/Scottish Jamie meaning supplanter. Compare with feminine Jaimie.-----
JAIREnglishAnglicized form of Hebrew Yaiyr meaning whom God enlightens. In the bible this is the name of several characters including a descendant of Manasseh.-----
JAIRUSEnglishAnglicized form of Greek Iairos meaning whom God enlightens. In the bible this is the name of several characters including a descendant of Manasseh.-----
JAKEEnglishMiddle English variant form of English Jack God is gracious.-----
JALENEnglishVariant spelling of English Jalon meaning God lodges or passing the night tarrying.-----
JALONEnglishAnglicized form of Hebrew Yalown meaning God lodges or passing the night tarrying. In the bible this is the name of a son of Ezra and a descendent of Caleb.-----
JAMAAREnglishVariant spelling of English Jamar probably meaning either to change or happy and healthy.-----
JAMAREnglishModern American English name of uncertain origin. It may be from Hebrew Yamir meaning to change, or it may be a contracted form of the French surname Jamard from German Gamhard meaning happy and healthy.-----
JAMESEnglishMiddle English and Old French vernacular form of Late Latin Jacomus from Greek Iakobos meaning supplanter. In the New Testament bible this is the name of several characters including two apostles and a half brother of Jesus.-----
JAMEYEnglishVariant spelling of English/Scottish Jamie meaning supplanter.-----
JAMIEEnglishEnglish and Scottish pet form of James meaning supplanter. Compare with feminine Jamie.-----
JAMIESONEnglishEnglish and Scottish patronymic surname transferred to forename use meaning son of Jamie.-----
JAMINEnglishAnglicized form of Hebrew Yamiyn meaning the right hand, the right side, or the right quarter. In the bible this is the name of several characters including a son of Simeon.-----
JAMISONEnglishVariant spelling of English/Scottish Jamieson meaning son of Jamie.-----
JANMiddleEnglishEnglish form of English John meaning God is gracious.Compare with other forms of Jan.-----
JANKINEnglishDiminutive form of Middle English Jan meaning God is gracious.-----
JAPETHEnglishVariant spelling of English Japheth meaning opened or abundant, spacious.-----
JAPHETEnglishVariant spelling of English Japheth meaning opened or abundant, spacious.-----
JAPHETHEnglishAnglicized form of Hebrew Yepheth meaning opened or abundant, spacious. In the bible this is the name of the third son of Noah.-----
JAREBEnglishAnglicized form of Hebrew Yareb meaning contender. In the bible this is an epithet given to the king of Assyria.-----
JAREDEnglishAnglicized form of Greek Iaret Hebrew Yered meaning descent. In the bible this is the name of the father of Enoch and a descendant of Judah. Also spelled Jered.-----
JARETHEnglishProbably a modern variant spelling of English Jared meaning descent.-----
JARLATHEnglishAnglicized form of Irish Gaelic Iarfhlaith meaning lord of the west.-----
JARODEnglishVariant spelling of English Jared meaning descent.-----
JARONEnglishAnglicized form of Hebrew Yaron meaning to shout and sing.-----
JARREDEnglishVariant spelling of English Jared meaning descent.-----
JARRETTEnglishVariant spelling of English Garrett meaning spear strong.-----
JARRODEnglishVariant spelling of English Jared meaning descent.-----
JARVISEnglishEnglish surname transferred to forename use derived from Middle English Gervase meaning spear servant.-----
JASHUBEnglishAnglicized form of Hebrew Yashuwb meaning he will return or turning oneself. In the bible this is the name of a son of Bani and a son of Issachar.-----
JASONEnglishLatin form of Greek Iason meaning to heal. In mythology this is the name of a son of son and leader of the Argonauts.-----
JASPEREnglishEnglishform of Spanish Gaspar meaning treasure bearer. Early Christians assigned names to the three Magi wise men from the east who visited the baby Jesus. They are mentioned but not named in the bible Jasper is one of them the other two are Balthasar and Melchior. Jasper is also the name of an opaque cryptocrystalline variety of quartz that may be red yellow or brown in color.Also spelled Casper and Kasper.-----
JAVANEnglishAnglicized form of Hebrew Yavan meaning Ionia, Greece. In the bible this is a place name and the name of a grandson of Noah.-----
JAXONEnglishModern spelling of English Jackson meaning son of Jack.-----
JAYEnglishEnglishshort form of names beginning with the letter J. May also be given as a bird name. Compare with another form of Jay.-----
JAYCOBEnglishVariant spelling of English Jacob meaning supplanter.-----
JAYDENEnglishVariant spelling of English unisex Jaden meaning jade.-----
JAYDONEnglishVariant spelling of English unisex Jaden meaning jade.-----
JAYEEnglishVariant spelling of English Jay a short form of names beginning with the letter J.-----
JAYLENEnglishVariant spelling of English Jalen meaning God lodges or passing the night tarrying.-----
JAYLINEnglishVariant spelling of English Jalen meaning God lodges or passing the night tarrying.-----
JAYLONEnglishVariant spelling of English Jalen meaning God lodges or passing the night tarrying.-----
JAYLYNEnglishVariant spelling of English Jalen meaning God lodges or passing the night tarrying.-----
JAYMESEnglishVariant spelling of English James meaning supplanter.-----
JAYSONEnglishEnglish variant spelling of Latin Jason meaning to heal.-----
JEBEnglishPet form of English Jacob meaning supplanter.-----
JEDEnglishShort form of English Jedidiah meaning beloved of God or friend of God.-----
JEDIDIAHEnglishAnglicized form of Hebrew Yediydeyah meaning beloved of God, delight of God, or friend of God. In the bible this is a name given to Solomon by Nathan.-----
JEDUTHUNEnglishAnglicized form of Hebrew Yeduwthuwn meaning praising. In the bible this is the name of a Levite of the family of Merari.-----
JEFFEnglishShort form of English Jefferey probably meaning God s peace.-----
JEFFEREYEnglishVariant form of English Geoffrey probably meaning God s peace.-----
JEFFERSONEnglishEnglish surname transferred to forename use meaning son of Jeffrey.-----
JEFFERYEnglishVariant spelling of English Jefferey probably meaning God s peace.-----
JEFFREYEnglishVariant spelling of English Jefferey probably meaning God s peace.-----
JEFFRYEnglishVariant spelling of English Jefferey probably meaning God s peace.-----
JEHEZEKELEnglishAnglicized form of Hebrew Yechezqel meaning God will strengthen. In the bible this is the name of a prophet the author of the Book of Ezekiel.-----
JEHIELEnglishAnglicized form of Hebrew Yechiyel meaning God lives or whom God preserves alive. In the bible this is the name of many characters including a son of king Jehoshaphat.-----
JEHOAHAZEnglishAnglicized form of Hebrew Yehowachaz meaning Jehovah as seized or whom Jehovah holds fast. In the bible this is the name of two kings of Judah and a king of Israel.-----
JEHOASHEnglishAnglicized form of Hebrew Yehowash meaning given by the Lord or whom Jehovah gave. In the bible this is the name of a son of king Ahaziah and a son of king Jehoahaz.-----
JEHOHANANEnglishAnglicized form of Hebrew Yehowchanan meaning whom Jehovah gave. In the bible this is the name of many characters including a high priest who lived in the time of Ezra.-----
JEHOIACHINEnglishAnglicized form of Hebrew Yehowyakiyn meaning God establishes. In the bible this is the name of a king of Judah the son of Yehowyaqiym. He was imprisoned by Nebuchadnezzar.-----
JEHOIAKIMEnglishAnglicized form of Hebrew Yehowyaqiym meaning Jehovah raises up. In the bible this is the name of a king of Judah who was defeated by the Babylonians.-----
JEHONATHANEnglishAnglicized form of Hebrew Yehownathan meaning God has given. In the bible this is the name of many characters including the eldest son of Saul and a close friend of David.-----
JEHORAMEnglishAnglicized form of Hebrew Yehowram meaning God is exalted. In the bible this is the name of several characters including a king of Judah.-----
JEHOSAPHATEnglishVariant spelling of English Jehoshaphat meaning God has judged or whom God judges.-----
JEHOSHAFATEnglishAnglicized form of Hebrew Yehoshafat meaning God has judged or whom God judges.-----
JEHOSHAPHATEnglishAnglicized form of Hebrew Yehowshaphat meaning God has judged or whom God judges. In the bible this is the name of many characters including a king of Judah.-----
JEHOSHUAEnglishAnglicized form of Hebrew Yehowshuwa meaning God is salvation. In the bible this is the name of several characters including the leader of the Israelites after Moses died. Joshua is another Anglicized form.-----
JEHOVAHEnglishAnglicized form of Hebrew Yehovah a pronunciation of God s ineffable name meaning the existing one. The name was created by blending the letters of the tetragrammaton YHWH with the vowels from Adonai.-----
JEHUEnglishAnglicized form of Hebrew Yehuw meaning God is He. In the bible this is the name of several characters including a king of Israel and a son of Hanani.-----
JEHUDIEnglishAnglicized form of Hebrew Yehuwdiy meaning Jew. In the bible this is the name of a son of Nethaniah.-----
JEMEnglishPet form of English James supplanter and Jeremy Jehovah casts forth or Jehovah hurls.-----
JEMMYEnglishPet form of English James meaning supplanter.-----
JENKINEnglishEnglish surname transferred to forename use from Middle English Jankin meaning God is gracious.-----
JEPEnglishShort form of English Jephthah meaning he opens or whom God sets free.-----
JEPHTHAEnglishVariant spelling of English Jephthah meaning he opens or whom God sets free.-----
JEPHTHAHEnglishAnglicized form of Greek Iephthae and Hebrew Yiphtach meaning he opens or whom God sets free. In the bible this is the name of a city and the name of a son of Gilead. Also spelled Jiphtah and Jephtha.-----
JEPTHAEnglishVariant spelling of English Jephthah meaning he opens or whom God sets free.-----
JERAHMEELEnglishAnglicized form of Hebrew Yerachmeel meaning may God have pity or whom God loves. In the bible this is the name of several characters including a son of Hezron.-----
JERAHMIELEnglishAnglicized form of Hebrew Yerachmiel meaning may God have pity or whom God loves. In the book of Enoch this is the name of an archangel.-----
JERALDEnglishVariant spelling of English Gerald meaning spear ruler.-----
JEREEnglishShort form of English Jeremiah meaning Jehovah casts forth or Jehovah hurls.-----
JEREDEnglishAnglicized form of Hebrew Yered meaning descent. In the bible this is the name of the father of Enoch and a descendant of Judah. Also spelled Jared.-----
JEREMIAHEnglishAnglicized form of Greek Ieremias Jehovah casts forth or Jehovah hurls and Hebrew Yirmeyah whom God has appointed . In the bible this is the name of many characters including one of the six major prophets.-----
JEREMIELEnglishVariant spelling of English Jerahmiel meaning may God have pity or whom God loves.-----
JEREMYEnglishVariant form of English Jeremiah meaning Jehovah casts forth or Jehovah hurls.-----
JERIAHEnglishAnglicized form of Hebrew Yeriyah meaning people of Jehovah or taught by Jehovah. In the bible this is the name of the chief of the house of Hebron. Also spelled Jerijah.-----
JERICHOAnglicizedEnglishform of Hebrew Yeriychow meaning city of the moon or place of fragrance. In the bible this is the name of a city near the Dead Sea abounding in fragrant products such as balsam and cyprus. Compare with another form of Jericho.-----
JERIJAHEnglishAnglicized form of Hebrew Yeriyah meaning people of Jehovah or taught by Jehovah. In the bible this is the name of the chief of the house of Hebron. Also spelled Jeriah.-----
JERMAINEEnglishEnglish variant spelling of French Germain meaning from Germany.-----
JEROLDEnglishVariant spelling of English Gerald meaning spear ruler.-----
JEROMEEnglishEnglish form of French Jerome meaning holy name.-----
JERRARDEnglishVariant spelling of English Gerrard meaning spear strong.-----
JERREDEnglishVariant spelling of English Jared meaning descent.-----
JERRODEnglishVariant spelling of English Jared meaning descent.-----
JERROLDEnglishVariant spelling of English Gerald meaning spear ruler.-----
JERRYEnglishPet form of English Jeremy meaning Jehovah casts forth or Jehovah hurls.Compare with feminine Jerry.-----
JERVISEnglishVariant spelling of English Jarvis meaning spear servant.-----
JESAIAHEnglishAnglicized form of Hebrew Yeshayah meaning God is salvation. In the bible this is the name of one of the most famous prophets. Also spelled Isaiah and Jeshaiah.-----
JESHAIAHEnglishAnglicized form of Hebrew Yeshayah meaning God is salvation. In the bible this is the name of one of the most famous prophets. Also spelled Isaiah and Jesaiah.-----
JESHUAEnglishAnglicized form of Hebrew Yeshuwa meaning he is saved. In the bible this is the name of many characters including a son of Nun.-----
JESIMIELEnglishAnglicized form of Hebrew Yesiymael meaning whom God makes, or possibly more fully whom God makes grow old. In the bible this is the name of a Simeonite chief of the family of Shimei.-----
JESSShortEnglishform of English Jesse meaning gift.Compare with feminine Jess.-----
JESSEEnglishAnglicized form of Hebrew Yishay meaning I possess or wealthy. In the bible this is the name of the father of King David.-----
JETHEREnglishAnglicized form of Hebrew Yether meaning overhanging or abundance. In the bible this is the name of many characters including the father in law of Moses. He is also known by the name Jethro.-----
JETHROEnglishAnglicized form of Hebrew Yithrow meaning his abundance or overhanging. In the bible this is the name of the father in law of Moses. He is also known by the name Jether.-----
JETTEnglishEnglish name meaning jet the mineral , from Latin gagates meaning lapis stone from Gagai, a town in Lycia Asia Minor.-----
JIMEnglishShort form of English Jimmy meaning supplanter.-----
JIMIEnglishVariant spelling of English Jimmy meaning supplanter.-----
JIMMIEEnglishVariant spelling of English Jimmy meaning supplanter.-----
JIMMYEnglishEnglish pet form of English/French James meaning supplanter.-----
JIPHTAHEnglishAnglicized form of Hebrew Yiphtach meaning he opens or whom God sets free. In the bible this is the name of a city and the name of a son of Gilead. Also spelled Jephthah.-----
JOEnglishVariant spelling of English Joe meaning God shall add another son .Compare with feminine Jo.-----
JOABEnglishAnglicized form of Hebrew Yowab meaning Jehovah is father or whose father is Jehovah. In the bible this is the name of several characters including a commander of King David s army.-----
JOACHIMEnglishContracted form of English Jehoiakim meaning Jehovah raises up.-----
JOAHEnglishAnglicized form of Hebrew Yowach meaning Jehovah is brother or whose brother is Jehovah. In the bible this is the name of several characters including a son of Asaph.-----
JOAHAZEnglishAnglicized form of Hebrew Yowachaz meaning Jehovah as seized or whom Jehovah holds fast. In the bible this is the name of the father of Joah Josiah s chronicler.-----
JOASHEnglishAnglicized form of Hebrew Yowash meaning given by the Lord. In the bible this is the name of several characters including the father of Gideon.-----
JOBEnglishAnglicized form of Greek Iob Hebrew Iyowb meaning hated, oppressed. In the bible this is the name of a patient man who was severely tested by God.-----
JOBYEnglishPet form of English Job meaning hated, oppressed.-----
JOCELYNEnglishEnglish surname transferred to unisex forename use derived from the Old French personal name Joscelin meaning Gaut.-----
JOCKEnglishScottish form of English Jack meaning God is gracious.-----
JODYEnglishPet form of English Joseph meaning God shall add another son . Compare with feminine Jody.-----
JOEEnglishShort form of English Joseph meaning God shall add another son .-----
JOELEnglishEnglish form of Greek Ioel Hebrew Yowel meaning Jehovah is God or to whom Jehovah is God. In the bible this is the name of many characters including one of the minor prophets.-----
JOEYEnglishPet form of English Joseph meaning God shall add another son .-----
JOHANANEnglishAnglicized form of Hebrew Yowchanan meaning God is gracious.-----
JOHNAnglicizedEnglishform of Greek Ioannes Latin Johannes meaning God is gracious. In the bible this is the name of many characters including John the Baptist.-----
JOHNATHANEnglishVariant spelling of English Jonathan meaning God has given.-----
JOHNATHONEnglishVariant spelling of English Jonathan meaning God has given.-----
JOHNIEEnglishPet form of English John meaning God is gracious.-----
JOHNNIEEnglishEnglish unisex pet form of John and Johnna both meaning God is gracious.-----
JOHNNYEnglishPet form of English John meaning God is gracious.-----
JOJOEnglishUnisex pet form of English Joe God shall add another son and Jo God is gracious.-----
JOKTANEnglishAnglicized form of Hebrew Yoqtan meaning small. In the bible this is the name of a descendant of Shem.-----
JOLYONEnglishMedieval English variant spelling of Roman Latin Julian meaning descended from Jupiter Jove .-----
JONPetEnglishform of English Jonathan meaning God has given. Compare with other forms of Jon.-----
JONAEnglishAnglicized form of Latin Jonas Greek Ionas meaning dove.-----
JONAHEnglishAnglicized form of Hebrew Yonah meaning dove. In the bible this is the name of a prophet who was swallowed by a great fish.-----
JONATHANEnglishAnglicized form of Hebrew Yownathan meaning God has given. In the bible this is the name of the eldest son of Saul and a close friend of David.-----
JONATHONEnglishVariant spelling of English Jonathan meaning God has given.-----
JONNYEnglishVariant spelling of English Johnny meaning God is gracious.-----
JONTYEnglishPet form of English Jonathan meaning God has given.-----
JOOLSEnglishEnglish form of French Jules meaning descended from Jupiter Jove .-----
JOPHIELEnglishAnglicized form of Hebrew Yophiel meaning beauty of God. In Jewish lore this is the name of an archangel.-----
JORAMEnglishAnglicized form of Greek Ioram and Hebrew Yowram meaning God is exalted. In the bible this is the name of several characters including a king of Judah.-----
JORDANEnglishAnglicized form of Greek Iordanes and Hebrew unisex Yarden meaning flowing down. In the Old Testament bible this is the name of a river in Palestine. In the New Testament Jesus was baptized in this river by John the Baptist.-----
JORDIVariantEnglishspelling of English unisex Jordie meaning flowing down. Compare with another form of Jordi.-----
JORDIEEnglishPet form of English unisex Jordan meaning flowing down.-----
JORDONEnglishVariant spelling of English unisex Jordan meaning flowing down.-----
JORDYNEnglishVariant spelling of English unisex Jordan meaning flowing down.-----
JOSAPHATEnglishAnglicized form of Greek Iosaphat meaning God has judged or whom God judges. In the bible this is the name of a king of Judah.-----
JOSEPHEnglishAnglicized form of Greek Ioseph Hebrew Yehowceph and Yowceph meaning God shall add another son .In the bible this is the name of the husband of Mary the mother of Jesus and the name of the eleventh son of Jacob who became an advisor to the pharaoh of Egypt.-----
JOSESEnglishAnglicized form of Greek Ioses meaning exalted. In the bible this is the name of a brother of Jesus.-----
JOSHEnglishShort form of English Joshua meaning God is salvation.-----
JOSHAPHATEnglishAnglicized form of Hebrew Yowshaphat meaning God has judged or whom God judges. In the bible this is the name of a priest and the name of one of King David s warriors.-----
JOSHAWAEnglishVariant spelling of English Joshua meaning God is salvation.-----
JOSHUAEnglishAnglicized form of Hebrew Yehowshuwa meaning God is salvation. In the bible this is the name of several characters including the leader of the Israelites after Moses died. Jehoshua is another Anglicized form.-----
JOSIAHEnglishAnglicized form of Hebrew Yoshiyah Greek Josias meaning whom Jehovah heals. In the bible this is the name of the sixteenth king of Judah.-----
JOSSEnglish1 Pet form of English unisex Jocelyn meaning Gaut.-----
JOSSEEnglishMiddle English form of Norman French Josce meaning lord.-----
JOTHAMEnglishAnglicized form of Hebrew Yowtham meaning God is perfect. In the bible this is the name of several characters including the youngest son of Gideon.-----
JOYCEEnglishEnglish unisex form of Norman French Josce meaning lord. In the Middle Ages this was a masculine name now it is almost strictly feminine.-----
JUBALEnglishAnglicized form of Hebrew Yuwbal meaning river, stream. In the bible this is the name of a son of Lamech.-----
JUDAEnglishVariant spelling of English Judah meaning praised.-----
JUDAHEnglishAnglicized form of Hebrew Yehuwdah meaning praised. In the bible this is the name of many characters including the fourth son of Jacob and Leah the founder of one of the twelve tribes of Israel.-----
JUDDEnglishMedieval pet form of English Jordan meaning flowing down.-----
JUDEEnglishAnother Anglicized form of Hebrew Yehuwdah meaning praised. In the bible this is the name of the brother of James.-----
JULESEnglishFrench form of Roman Latin Julius meaning descended from Jupiter Jove . In use by the English.-----
JULIANEnglishShort form of Roman Latin Julianus meaning descended from Jupiter Jove . In use by the English.-----
JULYANEnglishEnglish form of Roman Latin Julian meaning descended from Jupiter Jove .-----
JUNIOREnglishEnglish pet name for a boy who has the same name as his father derived from Latin junior meaning young.-----
JUSTICEEnglishEnglish unisex name derived from a Middle English and Old French byname for a fair minded person meaning equity, justice.-----
JUSTINEnglishEnglish form of Roman Latin Justinus meaning fair, just.-----
JUSTYEnglishUnisex pet form of English Justin and Justine both meaning fair, just.-----
KADEEnglishVariant spelling of English Cade round and lumpy.-----
KADENEnglishVariant spelling of English Caden probably meaning little battle.-----
KAEEnglishVariant spelling of English Kay meaning lord. Compare with feminine Kae.-----
KAMEnglishShort form of English Kameron meaning crooked nose.-----
KAMERONEnglishEnglish masculine form of Scottish unisex Cameron meaning crooked nose.-----
KANEEnglishAnglicized form of Irish Gaelic Cathan meaning little battle.-----
KAOLINEnglishAnglicized form of Gaelic Caolan meaning little slender one.-----
KASEYEnglishVariant spelling of English unisex Casey meaning vigilant, wakeful.-----
KASPEREnglishEnglishform of Spanish Gaspar meaning treasure bearer. Early Christians assigned names to the three Magi wise men from the east who visited the baby Jesus. They are mentioned but not named in the bible Kasper is one of them the other two are Balthasar and Melchior.Also spelled Casper and Jasper. Compare with another form of Kasper.-----
KASSIDYEnglishVariant spelling of English unisex Cassidy meaning curly headed .-----
KAYEnglishEnglishform of Welsh Kai meaning lord. In Arthurian legend this is the name of one of the first Knights of the Round Table. He was the son of Sir Ector the foster brother of King Arthur and is noted for having an acid tongue and boorish behavior but mostly for trying to take credit when Arthur pulled the sword from the stone.Compare with another form of Kay.-----
KEANEnglishAnglicized form of Irish Gaelic Cian meaning ancient, distant.-----
KEANEEnglishVariant spelling of English Kean meaning ancient, distant.-----
KEARNEYEnglishIrish surname transferred to forename use from an Anglicized form of Gaelic Cearnaigh descendant of Cearnaigh, hence victor, winner.-----
KEATONEnglishEnglish surname transferred to forename use probably from the place name Keaton in Ermington Devon composed of the Cornish word kee bank, hedge and Old English tun settlement, hence settlement on the bank.-----
KEEFEEnglishIrish surname transferred to forename use from an Anglicized form of Gaelic Caoimh descendant of Caomh, hence beloved, comely.-----
KEEGANEnglishIrish surname transferred to forename use from an Anglicized form of Gaelic Mac Aodhagain son of Aodhagan, hence tiny little fire.-----
KEELANEnglishIrish surname transferred to unisex forename use from a contracted form of the surname Keelahan an Anglicized form of Gaelic Ceileachain descendant of Ceileachain, hence little companion.-----
KEELINEnglishVariant spelling of English unisex Keelan meaning little companion.-----
KEENANEnglishAnglicized form of Irish Gaelic Cianan meaning little ancient one.-----
KEGANEnglishVariant spelling of English Keegan meaning tiny little fire.-----
KEIREnglishVariant spelling of English Kerr meaning from the marshland.-----
KEITHEnglishScottish surname transferred to forename use probably derived from a Celtic word meaning forest, wood.-----
KELANEnglishVariant spelling of English unisex Keelan meaning little companion.-----
KELCEYEnglishVariant spelling of English unisex Kelsey meaning ship victory.-----
KELLEnglishShort form of English unisex Kelly meaning bright headed.-----
KELLEYEnglishVariant spelling of English unisex Kelly meaning bright headed.-----
KELLYEnglishAnglicized unisex form of Irish Gaelic Ceallach meaning bright headed.-----
KELSEYEnglishEnglish surname transferred to unisex forename use derived from the Old Anglo Saxon personal name Ceolsige meaning ship victory.-----
KELVINEnglishFirst used in the 1920s this English name was derived from the name of a Scottish river possibly meaning friendly river.-----
KEMPEnglishEnglish occupational surname transferred to forename use from the Middle English word kempe athlete, wrestler, from Old English kempa meaning champion, warrior.-----
KENEnglishShort form of English Kenneth meaning both born of fire and comely finely made. Also used as a nickname for other names that begin with Ken . Compare with another form of Ken.-----
KENANEnglish Anglicized form of Hebrew Qeynan meaning possession. In the bible this is the name of a son of Enosh. Also spelled Cainan.-----
KENAZEnglishAnglicized form of Hebrew Qenaz meaning hunter. In the bible this is the name of a son of Eliphaz and a brother of Caleb.-----
KENDALEnglishVariant spelling of English unisex Kendall meaning exalted effigy.-----
KENDALLEnglishEnglish surname transferred to unisex forename use derived from the Welsh masculine personal name Cynddelw meaning exalted effigy.-----
KENDRICKEnglishEnglish surname transferred to forename use probably derived from the Middle English personal name Cenric meaning keen power.-----
KENELMEnglishMiddle English form of Anglo Saxon Cenhelm meaning keen protection.-----
KENITHEnglishVariant spelling of English Kenneth meaning both born of fire and comely finely made.-----
KENNARDEnglishEnglish name probably derived from Anglo Saxon Cyneweard meaning royal guard.-----
KENNEDYEnglishIrish surname transferred to unisex forename use in honor of the assassinated American president John F. Kennedy derived from an Anglicized form of Gaelic Cinneidigh meaning ugly head.-----
KENNETHEnglishAnglicized form of Scottish Gaelic Cinaed meaning born of fire. This was probably the first Anglicization.-----
KENNITHEnglishVariant spelling of English Kenneth meaning both comely finely made and born of fire.-----
KENNYEnglishPet form of English Kenneth meaning both comely finely made and born of fire.-----
KENRICKEnglishVariant spelling of English Kendrick meaning keen power.-----
KENTCompareEnglishwith another form of Kent.1. English surname transferred to forename use meaning from Kent.-----
KENTIGERNEnglishAnglicized form of Scottish Gaelic Ceanntighern meaning head lord.-----
KENTONEnglishEnglish surname transferred to forename use composed of Old English Cena and tun settlement, hence Cena s settlement.-----
KENYONEnglishIrish surname transferred to forename use from an Anglicized form of Gaelic Mac Coinin son of Coinin, hence little wolf.-----
KENZIEEnglishShort form of English unisex Mackenzie meaning comely, finely made.-----
KERMITEnglishAnglicized form of Irish Gaelic Diarmaid meaning without envy.-----
KERREnglishScottish surname transferred to English forename use meaning from the marshland.-----
KERRIEEnglishVariant spelling of English unisex Kerry meaning Ciar s people.-----
KERRYEnglishEnglish unisex name derived from the name of an Irish county Ciarrai meaning Ciar s people.Compare with strictly feminine Kerry.-----
KESHAUNEnglishElaborated form of English Shaun meaning God is gracious.-----
KESHAWNEnglishElaborated form of English Shawn meaning God is gracious.-----
KEVANEnglishVariant spelling of English Kevin meaning little comely one.-----
KEVINEnglishAnglicized form of Irish Gaelic Caoimhin meaning little comely one.-----
KEVYNEnglishVariant spelling of English Kevin meaning little comely one.-----
KIANEnglishAnglicized form of Irish Gaelic Cian meaning ancient, distant.-----
KIARANEnglishAnglicized form of Irish Gaelic Ciaran meaning little black one.-----
KIERANEnglishVariant spelling of English Kiaran meaning little black one.-----
KIERONEnglishVariant spelling of English Kiaran meaning little black one.-----
KILLEENEnglishAnglicized form of Irish Gaelic Cillin meaning little warrior.-----
KILLIANVariantEnglishspelling of English Killeen meaning little warrior. Compare with another form of Killian.-----
KIMEnglishShort form of English unisex Kimberley meaning King s City Meadow. Compare with another form of Kim.-----
KIMBALLEnglishEnglish surname transferred to forename use from the Middle English personal name Kimbel meaning royal courage.-----
KIMBELEnglishMiddle English form of Anglo Saxon Cynebeal meaning royal courage.-----