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Popular Baby Names , origin Old-English

Name Meaning Gender Origin
Ackley meadow of oaks Male Old-English
Acton town with many oaks Male Old-English
Addison Adam's son Male Old-English
Afton river name Female Old-English
Ailen made of oak Male Old-English
Alcott old cottage Male Old-English
Aldercy a chief Female Old-English
Aldrich old king Male Old-English
Alfred wise counsel Male Old-English
Alvin elf wine, noble friend Male Old-English
Amberjill Female Old-English
Amsden from the ambroses valley Male Old-English
Ansley from the pastureland of the noble Male Old-English
Ashley ash-tree Female Old-English
Atherol dweller at the spring farm Male Old-English
Audrey noble strength Female Old-English
Averill boar-warrior Male Old-English
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Bancroft bean field Male Old-English
Barclay birch meadow Male Old-English
Barden boar's den Male Old-English
Barnett noble man Male Old-English
Baron noble man Male Old-English
Baxter baker Both Old-English
Beacher dweller by the beech tree Male Old-English
Beaman beekeeper Male Old-English
Beardsley beard, wood Male Old-English
Bede prayer Male Old-English
Beldon beautiful pasture, child of the unspoiled glen Male Old-English
Bentley from the moor Male Old-English
Beverly meadow of beavers Both Old-English
Birch white Male Old-English
Blade glory Male Old-English
Blake fair-haired, pallid Male Old-English
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Blossom lovely Female Old-English
Blythe joyous Female Old-English
Bob bright, famous Male Old-English
Bolton of the manor farm Male Old-English
Bond tiller of the soil Male Old-English
Booker beech tree Male Old-English
Booth hut Male Old-English
Bradford broad crossing Male Old-English
Bradley broad meadow Male Old-English
Brandon fiery hill, sword Male Old-English
Bray to cry out Male Old-English
Brayden brave, broad Male Old-English
Brent fiery hill, steep hill Male Old-English
Brewster brewer Male Old-English
Brinley tawny Male Old-English
Brock badger Male Old-English
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Broderick son of Roderick, from the broad ridge Male Old-English
Bromley brush-covered meadow Male Old-English
Bronson son of Brown, son of the dark-skinned one Male Old-English
Brook stream Female Old-English
Buckley meadow of deer Male Old-English
Burgess free citizen Male Old-English
Burne brook Male Old-English
Burt fortress Male Old-English
Calder river of stones, stream Male Old-English
Caldwell cold spring Male Old-English
Calhoun warrior Male Old-English
Cameron bent nose Both Old-English
Carleton Carl's town Male Old-English
Carling hill wehre old women or witches gather Female Old-English
Carlyle Carl's island Male Old-English
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