Home > Baby Names > Baby Names Search Results

Popular Baby Names , origin English

Name Meaning Gender Origin
Ashwyn Spear friend. Male English
Aston From the eastern town. Male English
Aswin Friend with a spear. Male English
Aswinn Variant of Aswin: Friend with a spear. Male English
Aswyn Variant of Aswin: Friend with a spear. Male English
Aswynn Variant of Aswin: Friend with a spear. Male English
Atheistan From the Old English Aethelstan meaning noble stone. Atheistan was a 10th century Anglo-Saxon king. Sir Walter Scott used the name Atheistan in his 19th century novel Ivanhoe. Male English
Athelstan High-born rock. Male English
Athelston From the noble's hill. Male English
Athelward Noble protector. Male English
Athemar Noble or famous. Male English
Atherton From the town by a spring. Male English
Athilda At the elder tree. Female English
Athmarr Noble or famous. Male English
Athmore From the moor. Male English
Atilda At the elder tree. Female English
Atkinson Son of Aiken. Male English
Atkinsone Son of Aiken. Male English
Atlea Variant of Atley: From the meadow. Male English
Atleigh Variant of Atley: From the meadow. Male English
Atley From the meadow. Male English
Atmore From the moor. Male English
Attewater From the waterside. Male English
Attewell Lives by the spring. Male English
Attewode Lives in the forest. Male English
Atteworthe Lives at the farmstead. Male English
Attheaeldre At the elder tree. Female English
Attkins Son of Aiken. Male English
Attlee Variant of Atley: From the meadow. Male English
Attleigh Variant of Atley: From the meadow. Male English
Attley Variant of Atley: From the meadow. Male English
Attmore From the moor. Male English
Attwell Lives by the spring. Male English
Atwater From the waterside. Male English
Atwell Lives by the spring/well. Male English
Atwood Lives in the forest. Male English
Atworth Lives at the farmstead. Male English
Auberon Variant of Aubrey: Rules with elf-wisdom. Introduced into Britain from France by Aubrey de Vere, a friend of William the Conquerer. De Vere's grandson became the Earl of Oxford. Male English
Aubree Rules with elf-wisdom. Female English
Aubrey Rules with elf-wisdom. Female English
Aubrey Rules with elf-wisdom. Introduced into Britain from France by Aubrey de Vere, a friend of William the Conquerer. De Vere's grandson became the Earl of Oxford. Male English
Aubriana Rules with elf-wisdom. Female English
Aubrianne Rules with elf-wisdom. Female English
Aubrie Rules with elf-wisdom. Female English
Aubry Rules with elf-wisdom. Female English
Aubry Rules with elf-wisdom. Male English
Aud Diminutive of Audrey: Originally a diminutive of Etheidreda from the 16th century. Famous bearer: Famous 20th century actress Audrey Hepburn. Female English
Audel Old friend. Male English
Audelia Nobility; strength. Female English
Auden Old friend. Male English
Audene Nobility; strength. Female English
Audie Noble strength. Female English
Audie Old friend. Male English
Audley Old friend. Male English
Audra Variant of Audrey: Originally a diminutive of Etheidreda from the 16th century. Female English
Audre Noble strength. Female English
Audrea Nobility; strength. Female English
Audreana Nobility; strength. Female English
Audreanna Nobility; strength. Female English
Audrey Variant of Etheldreda: From the Old English name Aethelthryth, meaning noble and strength. Famous bearer: St Etheldreda, later known as St Audrey, founded a monastery at Ely. Female English
Audri Nobility; strength. Female English
Audria Nobility; strength. Female English
Audriana Nobility; strength. Female English
Audrianna Nobility; strength. Female English
Host: www1