Aaron Hebraic; High mountain

Abbott Hebraic; Father

Abdiel Arabic; Undetermined

Abdullah Arabic; Servant of Allah

Abel Hebraic; Breath

Abner Hebraic; Father of light

Abraham Hebraic; Exalted father

Abram Hebraic; Exalted father

Ace English; Highest rank in cards, unity

Adal Teutonic; Noble

Adam Hebraic; Man of earth

Adan Undetermined origin; Unknown meaning

Addison Old English; Son of Adam

Ade African; Crown-- royal

Aden African; Crown-- royal

Adley Hebraic; Just

Adolfo Italian; Noble wolf

Adolph Teutonic; Noble wolf

Adonis Greek; Handsome

Adrian English; Of the Adriatic sea

Agustin Latin; Exalted one

Ahmad Arabic; Praised much

Ahmed Arabic; Praised much

Aidan Anglo-Saxon; Saint

Aiden Celtic/Gaelic; Fire

Aidyn Celtic/Gaelic; Varian Aiden. Fire

Aiken Old English (Anglo Saxon); Oaken

Ajani African; He who wins the struggle

Ajax Greek; Eagle

Alan Celtic; Handsome one

Albern Teutonic; Of noble valor

Albert Teutonic; Bright

Alberto Spanish; Bright

Albion Latin; White or fair

Alden Old English; Wise guardian

Aldis Old English; From old house

Aldo English; Old

Aldrich Old English; Old wise leader

Alec English; Variant of Alexander--great protector

Alejandro Spanish; Variant of Alexander--great protector

Alessandro Spanish; Variant of Alexander--great protector

Alex English; Variant of Alexander--great protector

Alexander Greek; Great protector

Alexandrer Greek; Variant of Alexander--great protector

Alexandro Spanish; Variant of Alexander--great protector

Alexis Latin; Variant of Alexander--great protector

Alexzander Greek; Variant of Alexander. Great protector

Alfonso German; Ready

Alfred Teutonic; Wise

Alfredo Spanish; Name of a king

Algernon Old French; Bearded

Ali Arabic; Greatest-- a variant of Allah - the supreme being

Alijah Hebrew. My God Jehovah. Variant of Elijah

Allan Celtic; Handsome one

Allen Celtic; Handsome one

Alonso Italian; Ready

Alonzo Italian; Ready

Aloysius Teutonic; Famous in war

Alroy Latin; Royal

Alston Old English; From elfly abode

Alton Old English; From old town

Alvaro German; Truth-speaker

Alvin Teutonic; Beloved by all

Aman African; Trustworthy

Amare Latin; Beloved. Perhaps popularized by Amar'e Stoudemire of the NBA

Amari Latin; Beloved

Ambrose Greek; Immortal

Amery Teutonic; Industrious

Amir Arabic/Hebraic; Derived from the three letters AMR which means 'to give orders'. The Arabic title Emir is essentially the same word as Amir

Amiri African; Prince

Amos Hebraic; Burden

Ande African; Pillar

Anderson Scandanavian; Son of Ander or 2nd son

Andre French; Variant of Andrew--2nd son or manly

Andreas French; Variant of Andrew--2nd son or manly

Andres French; Variant of Andrew--2nd son or manly

Andrew Greek; Manly

Andy English; Variant of Andrew--diminutive

Angel Spanish; Angel

Angelo Greek; Saintly

Angus Celtic; Very strong

Ansel Teutonic; Divine helmet

Anthony Latin; Priceless

Antoine French; Variant of Anthony--priceless

Anton French; Variant of Anthony--priceless

Antonio Spanish; Variant of Anthony--priceless

Antony Latin; Variant of Anthony--priceless

Antwan Anglicized spelling with French inspiration.; Variant of Anthony--priceless

Apollo Greek; Manly beauty

Aramis Old French; Undetermined

Archer Latin; Bowman

Archibald Teutonic; Sacred prince

Ardon Hebraic; Bronzed

Ari Hebraic; Lion of God

Aric Anglicized spelling with German inspiration.; Undetermined

Arjun Indian Name of a hero in Hindu texts, the son of the god Indra and the princess Kunti

Ariel Hebraic; Lion of God

Arlen Celtic/Gaelic; Pledge

Armand Teutonic (German); Warrior

Armando Italian; Variant of Armand--warrior

Armani Italian; Variant of Armand--warrior

Arnold Teutonic (German); Strong as an eagle

Aron Hebraic; Variant of Aaron--High mountain

Arron Hebraic; Variant of Aaron

Arthur Celtic; Noble

Arturo Spanish; Noble

Arvel Welsh; Wept over

Aryan Sanskrit ; Name formerly given to prehistoric people who settled in ancient Iran

Asa Hebraic; Doctor

Asher Hebraic; Happy

Ashton Old English; Ash tree town

Atticus Latin Man of Attica, Greece

Atwater Old English; From waterside

Atwood Old English; Forest dweller

Aubrey Teutonic; Ruler of elves

August Latin; Exalted

Augustus Latin; Exalted

Austen Latin; Helpful

Austin Latin; Helpful

Auston Latin; Helpful

Austyn Latin; Helpful

Avery Old English; Elfin ruler

Ayaan Indian; God's gift

Aydan Anglo-Saxon; Variant of Aidan. Saint

Ayden Celtic/Gaelic; Variant of Aiden. Fire

Aydin Celtic/Gaelic; Variant of Aiden. Fire

Axel Hebraic; Man of peace

Axel Hebraic; Man of peace


Bahamadia Swahili; Fortunate-- lucky

Bahatika Swahili; Be lucky

Bailey Old French; Bailiff

Baird Celtic; Bard or minstrel

Baldwin Teutonic; Princely friend

Barack Arabic; Blessed

Barclay Old English; Meadow of birch trees

Barnaby Hebraic; Son of prophecy

Baron Old English; Nobleman

Barrett Teutonic; Bear-like

Barry Celtic; Marksman

Bartholomew Aramaic; Warlike

Basil Greek; Kingly

Baxter Old English; Baker

Bayard Teutonic; With red-brown hair

Beau Old French; Lover

Beckett English; Dweller near the brook

Beckham English; English place name Beccheham and Becham. Made popular by David Beckham, an English footballer

Belden Teutonic; From the fair valley

Ben Hebraic; Son of right hand

Benedict Latin; Blessed

Benito Hebraic; Variant of Benjamin

Benjamin Hebraic; Son of right hand

Bennett Anglo-Saxon; Blessed

Benny Hebraic; Son of right hand

Benson Old English; Moor dweller

Benton Old English; Son of Benne, a short form of Benedict

Bentlee Old English; A place name. Perhaps an homage to the luxury automobile

Bentley Old English; A place name. Perhaps an homage to the luxury automobile

Bently Old English; A place name. Perhaps an homage to the luxury automobile

Bernard Teutonic (German); Stern bear

Bernardo Spanish; Stern bear

Bert Teutonic; Bright

Berton Teutonic; Glorious raven

Berwin Teutonic; Warrior friend

Bevis Teutonic; Bowman

Billy English; Variant of William

Blaine Celtic; Lean or thin

Blair Celtic/Gaelic; Man of flatlands

Blaise Latin; Lisp

Blake Old English; Fair complexioned

Blandon Latin; Gentle

Bo Old English; Variant of beau -- lover

Bobby Old English; Variant of Robert

Bond Teutonic; Farmer

Booth Teutonic; From a surname

Boris Slavonic; Warrior

Boston English; A place name, an American city

Bowen Celtic; Son of Owen

Bowie Celtic/Gaelic; Yellow hair one

Boyce Teutonic; Woodland dweller

Boyd Celtic; Yellow-hair

Brad English; Variant of Bradley--From the broad meadow

Braden Old English; From the broad valley

Bradford Anglo-Saxon; Broad ford

Bradley Old English (Anglo Saxon); From the broad meadow

Bradly English; From the broad meadow

Brady Irish; Anglicized form of Gaelic Ó Brádaigh 'descendant of Brádach'

Bradyn Old English; From the broad valley

Braeden English; Broad hillside

Braiden Old English; From the broad valley

Brandan Old English; Hill covered with broom

Branden Old English; Hill covered with broom

Brandon Old English (Anglo Saxon); Quick sword

Brandt Norse; Sword

Brandyn Norse; Sword

Brannon Old English; Hill covered with broom

Branson English; Undetermined

Brant Teutonic; Firebrand

Brantley Teutonic; Firebrand

Braulio Italian; Undetermined

Braxton English; Brock's town

Brayan English; One lives near a broad valley

Brayden English; One lives near a broad valley

Braydon English; One lives near a broad valley

Braylen American; Altered form of Braydon: one lives near a broad valley

Braylon American; Altered form of Braydon: one lives near a broad valley

Brendan Old English; Prince

Brenden Old English; Prince

Brendon Old English; Prince

Brennan Old English; Prince

Brennen Old English; Prince

Brennon Old English; Prince

Brent Old English; From the steep hill

Brenton English; Undetermined

Bret Old French; Native of Brittany

Brett Old English; From town of Briton

Brian Celtic; Strong

Brice Celtic; Great ambition

Brigham Old English; Dweller by bridge

Brock Old English; Badger

Broderick Welsh; Son of Roderick

Brodie Gaelic ; A place in Scotland

Brody Gaelic ; A place in Scotland

Bronson English; Undetermined

Brooke Old English (Anglo Saxon); Stream

Brooks English; Brook

Bruce Old French; Brushwood

Bruno Teutonic; Dark complexioned

Bryan Celtic; Strong

Bryant Celtic; Strong

Bryce Anglo-Saxon Son of a nobleman

Brycen Anglo-Saxon Son of a nobleman

Bryson Anglo-Saxon Son of a nobleman

Buck Old English; Deer

Burgess Teutonic; Citizen of a town

Burke Teutonic; Castle

Burton Old English; Fortress

Byron Old English; Place of the cow sheds

Byron Old English (Anglo Saxon); Bear


Cade English Occupational name for a cooper, from Middle English, Old French cade 'cask', 'barrel'

Caden English; Fighter

Cadman Celtic; Warrior

Caeden English; Fighter

Caesar Latin; Long hair

Caiden English; Fighter

Calder Celtic; From stony river

Caldwell Old English; Near a cold well

Cale Hebraic; Doggedly faithful

Caleb Hebraic; Doggedly faithful

Callan English Powerful in battle

Callen English Perhaps from Callan. Powerful in battle

Calvert Old English; Shepherd

Calvin Latin; Bald

Camden English; Place name

Cameron Scottish; With a crooked nose

Camren Scottish; Variant of Cameron. With a crooked nose

Camron Scottish; Variant of Cameron. With a crooked nose

Cannon Old English; A canon was a cleric

Carl Teutonic; Manly

Carlin Celtic/Gaelic; Little champ

Carlisle Old English; From walled city

Carlo Italian; Manly

Carlos Spanish; Manly

Carlton Old English; From Carlly farm

Carmelo Spanish and Italian Carmel, mountainous region in northern Israel

Carmine Latin; Song

Carney Celtic; Warrior

Carroll Celtic; Champion

Carson English; Probably from the locational name, Accarsane

Carter Old English; Cart driver

Carver Old English; Wood carver

Cary English; Fort

Case Celtic; Shortened form of Casey. Vigilant

Casey Celtic; Vigilant

Cash Persian; Treasure

Casper Persian; Treasure

Cayden English; Fighter

Cecil Latin; Blind

Cedric Celtic; Chieftain

Cesar Latin; Hairy

Chace Old French; Variant of Chase. Hunter

Chad Celtic; Warrior

Chaim English; Undetermined

Chalmers Teutonic; Lord of household

Chance English; Chance

Chandler Old French; Candle maker

Changa Central Africa; Strong as iron

Channing Old French; Canon

Chapin Old French; Clergyman

Chapman Old English (Anglo Saxon); Merchant

Charles Old English (Anglo Saxon); Manly

Charlie English; Diminutive of Charles-- free man

Chase Old French; Hunter

Chatwin Old English; Warlike friend

Chauncey Latin; Chancellor

Chaz English; Undetermined

Chester Old English; Dweller in fortified town

Chris Latin; Christian

Christian Latin; Christian

Christion Latin; Christian

Christopher Greek; Christ-bearer

Clarence Latin; Famous

Clark Latin; Learned

Claude Latin; Lame

Clay Old English; Clay

Clayton Old English; Clay farm

Clifford Old English (Anglo Saxon); Near the cliff

Clifton Old English (Anglo Saxon); Cliff town

Clint Old English (Anglo Saxon); Settlement on the summit

Clinton Old English (Anglo Saxon); Settlement on the summit

Clive Old English; Cliff dweller

Clyde Welsh; Heard from afar

Coby English; Undetermined

Cody Celtic/Gaelic; Helpful

Cohen Hebraic; Kohen, a priest

Colby Old English; Place name

Cole Old English; Black

Coleman Old English; Black

Colin Greek; Peoplely victory

Collier Old English; Miner

Collin Old English; Dove

Colt Old English; Coal town (shortened form)

Colten Old English; Coal town

Colton Old English; Coal town

Conan Celtic; Wise

Conner Celtic/Gaelic; Dog lover

Connor Celtic/Gaelic; Dog lover

Conor Celtic/Gaelic; Dog lover

Conrad Teutonic; Able in counsel

Conroy Irish; Wise man

Conway Celtic; Hound in plain

Cooper Old English; Barrel maker

Corbin Latin; Raven

Cordell Teutonic; Maker of cord

Corey Old Irish; Place name

Cornelius Latin; Horn player

Cortez Spanish; Courtly

Corwin Latin; Raven

Cory English; Possibly shortened version of court

Cosmo Greek; Well-ordered

Courtney French; Short nose

Craig Celtic; Rocky hill

Crispin Latin; Curly hair

Cristian Latin; Christian

Cristopher English; Christ bearer

Crosby Teutonic; Dweller by town cross

Cruz Spanish; Undetermined

Culbert Teutonic; Cool and brilliant

Cullen English; Undetermined

Culver Old English; Dove

Curt Latin; Short or little

Curtis Old French; Courteous

Cuthbert Old English (Anglo Saxon); Famous and brilliant

Cyril Greek; Lordly

Cyrus Persian; Sun


Dakota Native American; From the states

Dakotah Native American; From the states

Dale Old English; Little valley

Dallas Celtic/Gaelic; Wise

Dallin English; Undetermined

Dalton Old English (Anglo Saxon); Valley estate

Damani Western Africa; He is thoughtful

Damian Greek; To tame

Damien Greek; To tame

Damion Greek; To tame

Damon Greek; To tame

Damario Spanish; Related to the name Mario, possibly "of Mario"

Damarion Spanish; Related to the name Mario, possibly "of Mario"

Dan English; Nick name of Daniel--God judges

Dandre Anglicized spelling with French inspiration: "of Andre" a form of Andrew--2nd son or manly

Dane Danish; A Dane

Dangelo Undetermined origin; Unknown meaning

Daniel Hebraic; God judges

Danny Hebraic; Diminutive of Daniel: God judges

Dante Italian; Long lasting

Daquan Anglicized spelling with French inspiration.; Undetermined

Darcy Celtic; Dark

Darell Old French; Beloved

Daren Nigerian; Born at night

Darian Persian; Wealthy

Darien Persian; Wealthy

Darin Persian; Wealthy

Dario Persian; Possess good

Darion Persian; Possess good

Darius Persian; Possess good

Darnell Anglicized spelling with French inspiration.; Undetermined

Darrell French; Of Arielle

Darren Irish; Surname

Darrian Persian; Wealthy

Darrien Persian; Wealthy

Darrin Irish; ; Surname

Darrion Persian; Wealthy

Darrius Persian; Wealthy

Darryl French; Of Arielle

Darwin Old English; A town named Darwen in England

Daryl French; Of Arielle

Dashawn Anglicized spelling with French inspiration.; Undetermined

Davian Hebraic; Beloved

David Hebraic; Beloved one

Davin Scandinavian; Bright

Davion Hebraic; Beloved

Davis English; Surname based on the name David

Davon Undetermined origin; Unknown meaning

Davonte English; Son of David

Dawson English; Son of "Daw". Daw was a nickname for David

Dax French; A town of Dax in France

Daxton French; A town of Dax in France

Dayton English; Place name

Deacon English; A cleric

Dean Old French; Great leader

Deandre French; "of Andre" Variant of Andrew--2nd son or manly

Deangelo Italian; Of the angels

Declan Irish; ; Saint Declan-- a 5th-century missionary

Deion Greek; Of Dionysus-- the Greek God of wine

Delmar Old French; Mariner

Demarco Italian; Of Marcus (see)

Demarcus Latin; Of Marcus (see)

Demetrius Greek; Of Demeter-- a Greek Goddess

Denley Old English; From valley meadow

Dennis Old French; Wild or crazy

Denver English; Place name

Denzel Celtic; Place name

Deon Greek; Of Dionysus-- the Greek God of wine

Deondre Undetermined origin; Unknown meaning

Deonte Undetermined origin; Unknown meaning

Dequan Anglicized spelling with French inspiration.; Undetermined

Derek Teutonic; Great ruler

Derick Teutonic; Ruler of the people

Derrick Teutonic; Ruler of the people

Derwin Old English; Friend of wild animals

Deshaun Anglicized spelling with French inspiration.; Undetermined

Deshawn Anglicized spelling with French inspiration.; Undetermined

Desmond Old English (Anglo Saxon); Gracious protector

Destin Undetermined origin; Unknown meaning

Devan Celtic; Poet

Devante Anglicized spelling with French inspiration.; Undetermined

Deven Anglicized spelling with French inspiration.; Undetermined

Devin Celtic; Poet

Devon Celtic; Poet

Devonta Anglicized spelling with French inspiration.; Undetermined

Devonte Anglicized spelling with French inspiration.; Undetermined

Devyn Celtic; Poet

Dewayne English; Undetermined

Dexter Latin; Dexterous

Diallo African; Bold

Diego Spanish; Of Jacob

Dillan Welsh; Of the sea

Dillion Welsh; Of the sea

Dillon Welsh; Of the sea

Dimitri Greek; Of Demeter-- a Greek Goddess

Dion Greek; Short for Dionysus

Dirk Teutonic; Ruler of people

Dixon Teutonic; Powerful ruler

Domenic Latin; Belonging to the lord

Dominic Latin; Belonging to the lord

Dominic Latin; Belonging to the lord

Dominick Latin; Belonging to the lord

Dominik Latin; Belonging to the lord

Dominique Latin; Belonging to the lord

Don Scottish; Ruler of world

Donald Scottish; Ruler of world

Donavan Celtic/Gaelic; Little brown dark one

Donavon Celtic/Gaelic; Little brown dark one

Donnie Scottish; Diminutive of Donald-- ruler of world

Donovan Celtic/Gaelic; Little brown dark one

Dontae Italian; Enduring

Donte Italian; Enduring

Dorian Greek; Grecian region resident

Douglas Scottish; Dark

Doyle Celtic; Stranger

Drake Latin; Dragon

Draven English; Undetermined

Drew Teutonic (German); Trustworthy

Driscoll Celtic; Interpreter

Duane English; Undetermined

Dudley Old English; Place name

Duke Latin; Leader

Duncan Celtic; Dark skinned warrior

Durwin Old English (Anglo Saxon); Beloved friend

Dustin English; Undetermined

Dwayne British; Field or meadow. Possibly Teutonic: Wagon maker

Dwight Teutonic; White or fair

Dylan Welsh; Of the sea

Dyllan Welsh; Of the sea

Dylon Welsh; Of the sea


Earl Old English (Anglo Saxon); Nobleman

Easton Old English (Anglo Saxon); Place name

Eaton Old English; From riverside

Ebenezer Hebraic; Rock of help

Edan Celtic; Fiery

Eddie English; Diminutive of Edward-- etc

Edgar Old English (Anglo Saxon); Fortunate spear

Edgardo Spanish; Fortunate spear

Edric Old English (Anglo Saxon); Prosperous ruler

Eduardo Spanish; Happy protector

Edward Old English; Happy protector

Edwin Old English (Anglo Saxon); Valuable friend

Efrain Hebraic; Fruitful

Efren Hebraic; Fruitful

Egan Celtic; Ardent

Egbert Teutonic; Formidably brilliant

Elbert Teutonic; Nobly brilliant

Eldon Teutonic; Respected

Eldwin Old English (Anglo Saxon); Sage friend

Eli Hebraic; Highest

Elias Hebraic; Jehovah is God

Eliezer Hebraic; God is the lord

Elijah Hebraic; God is the lord

Eliseo Hebraic; God is the lord

Elisha Hebraic; God is the lord

Elliot Old Engish; God is the lord

Elliott Hebraic; Jehovah is God

Ellis Old Engish; Oath of God

Elmer Teutonic; Of awe-inspiring fame

Elon Hebraic; Tree or oak tree

Elroy Latin; Royal

Elton Old English; Place name

Elvin Old English; Noble friend

Elvis Old English; Noble friend

Emanuel Hebraic; God is with us

Emerson Old Teutonic (German); Industrious

Emery Teutonic; Industrious

Emil Latin; Industrious

Emiliano Spanish; Variant of Emilio. Industrious

Emilio Spanish; Industrious

Emmanuel Hebraic; God is with us

Emmett Old English (Anglo Saxon); Diligent

Enrique Italian; Home ruler

Enzo Italian; A short form of names ending in enzo, such as Vincenzo or Lorenzo

Ephraim Hebraic; Doubly fruitful

Erasmus Greek; Amiable

Eric Scandinavian; Powerful

Erick Teutonic; Home ruler

Erik Teutonic; Home ruler

Ernest Teutonic; Intent in purpose

Ernesto Spanish; Intent in purpose

Errol Teutonic; Nobleman

Erwin Old English (Anglo Saxon); Friend of sea

Essien African; Sixth-born son

Esteban Spanish; Crown

Estevan Italian; Crown

Ethan Hebraic; Firm

Eugene Welsh; Well-born

Evan Welsh; Young warrior

Everett Old English (Anglo Saxon); Noble bright

Everett Old Norse; Wild boar

Ezekiel Hebraic; God gives strength

Ezequiel Hebraic; God strengthens

Ezra Hebraic; Helper


Fabian Greek; Bean farmer

Fabron Latin; Mechanic

Fairfax Old English (Anglo Saxon); Fair hair

Falkner Old English; Falcon trainer

Farley Old English; Place name

Farman Old English (Anglo Saxon); Traveler

Farrell Celtic; Man of valor

Felipe Spanish; Horse lover

Felix Latin; Prosperous

Fenton Old English; Place name

Ferdinand Teutonic; Adventurous in life

Ferguson Celtic/Gaelic; Manly

Fernando Spanish; Adventurous in life

Ferris Celtic/Gaelic; Iron worker

Fidel Spanish; Faithful

Fikiri Swahili; Ponder or meditate

Finley Gaelic; Fair-haired warrior

Finn Gaelic; Fair-haired

Finnegan Gaelic; Diminutive of Finn. Fair-haired

Fitzgerald Teutonic; Son of Gerald

Fleming Old English (Anglo Saxon); Dutchman

Fletcher Old French; Arrow maker

Floyd Old English; Hollow

Forrest Latin; Woodsman

Foster Old English; Bird catcher

Francesco Spanish; Free-- a Frenchman

Francis Teutonic; Free-- a Frenchman

Francisco Spanish; Free-- a Frenchman

Frank Old French; Free-- a Frenchman

Frankie Teutonic; Free-- a Frenchman

Franklin Old English; Free-- a Frenchman

Frasier Old French; Miller

Fred Teutonic (German); Peaceful ruler

Freddie Teutonic (German); Peaceful ruler

Freddy Teutonic (German); Peaceful ruler

Frederick Teutonic (German); Peaceful ruler

Fredrick Teutonic (German); Peaceful ruler

Freeman Old English (Anglo Saxon); Freeman

Fritz Teutonic; Peaceful ruler


Gabriel Hebraic; Man of God

Gael Irish; Gael is the word for Irishman

Gage Old French Meaning "measure"

Gale Old English; Gay or lively

Galvin Celtic; Sparrow

Gardner Old English (Anglo Saxon); Gardener

Garett Old English (Anglo Saxon); Spear champion

Garret Old English (Anglo Saxon); Spear champion

Garrett Old English (Anglo Saxon); Spear champion

Garrick Teutonic; Spear king

Garrison English; Spear rulers son

Garth Old English (Anglo Saxon); Herdsmen

Gary English; Diminutive of Gerald-- spear carrier

Gaston French; Native of Gascony

Gauge Old French Meaning "measure". A respelling of Gage

Gavin Scottish; White hawk

Gene Welsh; Well-born

Geoffrey Old English (Anglo Saxon); Godly peace

George Greek; Farmer

Gerald Teutonic (German); Spear carrier

Gerard Teutonic; Brave with spear

Gerardo Spanish; Brave with spear

German English; The country-- or cousin

Gersham Hebraic; Exiled

Giancarlo Italian; John-Charles God is gracious and manly

Gianni Italian; Johnny

Gideon Hebraic; Great warrior

Gifford Teutonic; Gift-brave

Gilbert Teutonic (German); Pledge

Gilberto Spanish; Pledge

Giles Greek; Bearer of shield

Gilmer Teutonic; Famous hostage

Gilroy Celtic; Servant of king

Gino Italian; Form of John -- God is gracious--diminutive

Giovanni Italian ; Form of John -- God is gracious

Giovani Italian ; Variant of Giovanni. Form of John -- God is gracious

Gage Old French Meaning "measure"

Giovanny Italian; Form of John -- God is gracious

Glen Celtic; Valley

Glenn Celtic; Valley

Godana African; Male child

Goddard Teutonic; Divinely firm

Godfrey Teutonic; Godly peace

Godwin Teutonic; Divine friend

Gonzalo Spanish; Undetermined

Gordon Old English (Anglo Saxon); Great hill

Grady Old English (Anglo Saxon); A surname

Graham Old English (Anglo Saxon); Gray home

Grant Old French; Great

Grayson Old English; Son of bailiff

Grayson Old English (Anglo Saxon); A surname

Gregorio Spanish; Watcher of the flock

Gregory Greek; Watcher of the flock

Gresham Old English; Place name

Greyson Old English; Place name

Griffin Old English; A mythological creature with a body of a lion and a head and wings of an eagle

Griswold Teutonic; Place name

Grosvenor Old French-Latin; Mighty huntsman

Grover Old English; Dweller in grove

Guadalupe Spanish; River of the wolf

Guillaume French; Form of William--Determined guardian

Guillermo Spanish; Form of William--Determined guardian

Gunnar Old Norse; War army

Gunner Old Norse; War army

Gunther Old Norse; War army

Gustavo Spanish; Son of Goths

Gustavus Teutonic; Son of Goths

Guy Old French; Guide


Hadden Old English; From moor

Hadley Old English; Place name

Hadwin Teutonic; Friend in war

Haines Teutonic; From a vine covered cottage

Hakeem Arabic; Undetermined

Hal Old English; Variant of Henry

Halbert Teutonic; Bright stone

Halden Teutonic; Half-Dane

Hale Teutonic; Robust

Halen Swedish; Hall

Hall Old English; From hall or manor

Halsey Old English; Place name

Hamlin Teutonic; Ruler of home

Hamza Arabic; Undetermined

Hank Teutonic (German); Nickname for Henry. Ruler of house

Hanley Old English; From high meadow

Hans Hebraic; Godly gracious gift

Hansel Teutonic; Variant of John -- diminutive

Harcourt Old French; Place name

Hardy Teutonic; Strong

Harlan Old English; From army territory

Harley Old English; Army meadow

Harold Old English (Anglo Saxon); Power

Harper Scottish Pleasant and brave

Harrison Old English; Son of Harry

Harry Old English; Home ruler

Hartley Old English; Place name

Hassan Arabic; Undetermined

Hauk Norwegian; Wild hawk

Hayden Teutonic; Place name

Hayes Old English; From hedged hill

Heath English; Wasteland

Hector Greek; Steadfast

Henry Teutonic (German); Ruler of house

Herbert Teutonic; Bright warrior

Heriberto Spanish; Bright warrior

Herman Teutonic; Warrior

Hernan Spanish; Earnest

Herwin Teutonic; Friend of war

Hilliard Teutonic; Guardian in war

Hilton Old English; Place name

Hiram Hebraic; Exalted

Hobart Teutonic; Bright minded

Holbrook Old English; Place name

Holden Teutonic; Kind or gracious

Homer Greek; Pledge or security

Horace Latin; Timekeeper

Horus African; Hawk

Hosea Hebraic; Salvation

Houston English; Place name

Howard Teutonic (German); Strong minded

Hubert Teutonic; Bright minded

Hudson English; Place name

Hugh Teutonic; Heart-- mind-- or spirit

Hugo Italian; Heart-- mind-- or spirit

Humberto Spanish; Supporter of peace

Humphrey Teutonic; Supporter of peace

Hunter Old English (Anglo Saxon); Hunter

Hyman Hebraic; Life


Ian Scottish; Form of John -- Godly gracious gift

Ibrahim Arabic; Father of many

Ichabod Hebraic; Glory has departed

Iggi African; Only son

Ignacio Latin; Ignitable

Igor Scandinavian; Heroic warrior

Ingram Old English; Angel

Ira Hebraic; Watcher

Irvin Scottish; Handsome

Irving Scottish; Handsome

Isaac Hebraic; Laughter

Isai Hebraic; Lordly salvation

Isaiah Hebraic; Lordly salvation

Isaias Hebraic; Lordly salvation

Ishmael Hebraic; God will hear

Isiah Hebraic; Lordly salvation

Isidro Spanish; Gift of Isis

Ismael Hebraic; God will hear

Israel Hebraic; Soldier for the lord

Issac Hebraic; Laughter

Ivan Russian; Form of John -- Godly gracious gift

Ivar Scandinavian; Archer

Ives Old English; Little archer

Izaiah Hebraic; Lordly salvation


Jabari African; Brave

Jabilo African; Medicine man

Jace Hebraic; From Jason: God is my savior

Jack Old French; Nick name for john

Jackie Old French; Nick name for john

Jackson English; Son of Jack

Jacob Hebraic; Conqueror

Jacoby Hebraic; Conqueror

Jacques Old French; Form of John -- Godly gracious gift

Jacquez Old French; Form of John -- Godly gracious gift

Jaden American; An invented name, using the popular aden suffix sound found in such names as Braden, Hayden and Aidan

Jadon American; An invented name, using the popular aden suffix sound found in such names as Braden, Hayden and Aidan

Jaeden American; An invented name, using the popular aden suffix sound found in such names as Braden, Hayden and Aidan

Jaiden American; An invented name, using the popular aden suffix sound found in such names as Braden, Hayden and Aidan

Jaime Spanish; Form of James

Jairo Undetermined origin; Unknown meaning

Jake Hebraic; Conqueror

Jakob Hebraic; Conqueror

Jaleel Undetermined origin; Unknown meaning

Jalen Undetermined origin; Unknown meaning

Jalon Undetermined origin; Unknown meaning

Jamal Arabic; Camel

Jamar African Handsome

Jamarcus American; Invented, combining James and Marcus

Jamari African Handsome

Jamel Arabic; Camel

James English; Form of Jacob -- Conqueror

Jameson English; Son of James

Jamie English; Diminutive of James

Jamil Arabic; Camel

Jamir African Handsome

Jamison English; Son of James

Jan Dutch; Form of John -- Godly gracious gift

Jaquan Undetermined origin; Unknown meaning

Jared Hebraic; Descended

Jaren Hebraic; Descended

Jaret Hebraic; Descended

Jarett Hebraic; Descended

Jarod Hebraic; Descended

Jaron Hebraic; Shout

Jarred Hebraic; Descended

Jarrett Hebraic; Descended

Jarrod Hebraic; Descended

Jarvis Teutonic; Keen as the spear

Jason Hebraic; God is my savior

Jasper Persian; Bearer of treasure

Javier Spanish; Bright

Javion Hebraic; Greece

Javon Hebraic; Greece

Javonte Hebraic; Greece

Jax American; Variant of Jack; Short form of Jackson

Jaxen American; Variant of Jackson

Jaxon American; Variant of Jackson

Jaxson American; Variant of Jackson

Jaxton American; Invented variant of Jackson

Jay Latin; Rejoice

Jayce Hebraic; Shortened form of Jason: God is my savior

Jayden Latin; Calm

Jaylan Latin; Calm

Jaylen Latin; Calm

Jaylin Latin; Calm

Jaylon Latin; Calm

Jayson Hebraic; Jason variant: God is my savior

Jean Old French; Form ot John -- Godly gracious gift

Jed Hebraic; Beloved of the lord

Jeff Hebraic; Godly peace diminutive of Jeffery

Jefferson English; Son of Jeffery

Jeffery Teutonic; Godly peace

Jeffrey Teutonic; Godly peace

Jelani Undetermined origin; Unknown meaning

Jensen Swedish; Son of Jens (a form of John)

Jeremiah Hebraic; High of the lord

Jeremy English; High of the lord

Jermaine Undetermined origin; Unknown meaning

Jerod Hebraic; Descended

Jerold Teutonic; Mighty with the spear

Jerome Greek; Of sacred name

Jerrod Hebraic; Descended

Jerry English; Diminutive of Gerald

Jesse Hebraic; Gift giver

Jessie Hebraic; Gift giver

Jesus Greek; The lord is my salvation

Jimmie English; Diminutive of James

Jimmy English; Diminutive of James

Joaquin Spanish; Undetermined

Job Hebraic; Persecuted

Joe English; Diminutive of Joseph

Joel Hebraic; Godly willingness

Joey English; Diminutive of Joseph

Johan Teutonic; Form ot John -- Godly gracious gift

John Hebraic; God is gracious

Johnathan Hebraic; The Lordly gift

Johnathon Hebraic; The Lordly gift

Johnnie English; Diminutive of John

Johnny English; Diminutive of John

Jon English; Diminutive of John

Jonah Hebraic; Dove

Jonas Hebraic; Dove

Jonathan Hebraic; Godly gift

Jonathon Hebraic; Godly gift

Jordan Hebraic; The river flows

Jorden Hebraic; The river flows

Jordi English; Diminutive of Jordan-- the river flows.

Jordon Hebraic; The river flows

Jordy English; Diminutive of Jordan-- the river flows.

Jordyn Hebraic; The river flows

Jorge Spanish; See George

Jose Spanish; See Joseph

Josef Teutonic; See Joseph

Joseph Hebraic; God multiplies

Josh Undetermined origin; Unknown meaning

Joshua Hebraic; God is my salvation

Josiah Hebraic; God is my salvation

Josue Hebraic; God is my salvation

Jovan English/Italian; Form ot John -- Godly gracious gift

Jovany English/Italian; Form ot John -- Godly gracious gift

Juan Spanish; Form ot John -- Godly gracious gift

Julian Latin; Descended from Jove

Julien Latin; Descended from Jove

Julio Spanish; Descended from Jove

Julius Greek; Descended from Jove

Junior Latin; Son

Justice Latin; Just

Justin Latin; Just

Justus Latin; Just

Justyn Latin; Just

Juwan Undetermined origin; Unknown meaning


Kade English Variant of "Cade" Occupational name for a cooper, from Middle English, Old French cade 'cask', 'barrel'

Kaden English Variant of "Caden"; Fighter

Kadman Celtic; Variant of "Cadman" Warrior

Kaeden English Variant of "Caden"; Fighter

Kai Hawaiian; Ocean.

Kaiden English Variant of "Caden"; Fighter

Kale Hebraic; Doggedly faithful

Kaleb Hebraic; Doggedly faithful

Kalen Undetermined origin; Unknown meaning

Kalvin Latin; Bald

Kameron Scottish; Variant of Cameron: With a crooked nose

Kamron Scottish; Variant of Cameron: With a crooked nose

Kane Celtic/Gaelic; Honor

Kareem Arabic; Undetermined

Karl Teutonic; See Charles -- manly

Karson English; Variant of Cason which is probably from the locational name, Accarsane

Karsten Greek; Christian

Karter Old English; Variant Carter, a cart driver

Kasey Undetermined; Vigilant

Kash Persian; Variant of Cash: Treasure

Kason Undetermined; Probably invented. From similar sounding names such as Jason and Aiden

Kayden Undetermined; Probably invented. From similar sounding names such as Caden, Jason and Aiden

Kayson Undetermined; Probably invented. From similar sounding names such as Jason and Aiden

Keagan Irish; A thinker; fiery

Keanu Hawaiian The cool breeze

Keaton Old English; Where hawks go

Keegan Celtic; Fiery

Keenan Irish; Ancient, distant

Keene Old English; Sharp

Keith Welsh; Forest

Kelby Undetermined origin; Unknown meaning

Kellan Gaelic Irish; Slender or powerful

Kellen Gaelic Irish; Slender or powerful

Kelly Irish; Warrior

Kelsey Scandinavian; Island of ships

Kelton Undetermined origin; Unknown meaning

Kelvin Scottish; Friend of ships

Kendall Celtic; From narrow river

Kendrick Old English (Anglo Saxon); Ruler

Kennedy Irish; A surname

Kenneth Celtic/Gaelic; Handsome

Kenny Celtic/Gaelic; Handsome. See Kenneth

Kent Welsh; Bright white

Kenway Old English (Anglo Saxon); Courageous in battle

Kenyon Celtic/Gaelic; Blonde hair

Keon American; Variant of Sean (see Sean and John)

Kerry Celtic; Dark

Kerwin Celtic; Dark skinned

Keshawn Undetermined; Variant of Sean-- heavenly generosity

Keven Irish; Variant of Kevin -- handsome

Kevin Irish; Handsome

Kevon Irish; Variant of Kevin -- handsome

Keyshawn American; Variant of Sean

Khalid Arabic; Eternal

Khalil Arabic; Dear friend

Kian Irish; Ancient, distant

Kiefer Teutonic (German); Barrel maker

Kieran Irish; Black

Kilby Teutonic; Place name

Kilian Latin; Blind

Killian Latin; Blind

Kim Welsh; Chief

Kimball Old English (Anglo Saxon); Royally brave

Kingsley Old English; Place name

Kipton The origin is unknown, but it may come from the Old English word cempa, which means "warrior".

Kirby Teutonic; Place name

Kirk Scottish; Church

Kiros African; The king

Kit Greek; Diminutive of Christopher

Knox Scottish A surname from the Gaelic "cnoc", meaning a hillock or a hump

Kobe Hebraic; Diminutive of Jacob:; Conqueror

Koby Hebraic; Diminutive of Jacob:; Conqueror

Kody English; Helpful

Kolby English; Place name see Colby

Kole English; Black

Kolten English; Variant of Colton -- Coal town

Kolton English; Variant of Colton -- Coal town

Konnor Teutonic; Able in counsel

Konrad Teutonic; Able in counsel

Kordell Teutonic; Cord maker

Korbin Latin; Raven

Korey Celtic/Gaelic; Ravine

Kory Celtic/Gaelic; Ravine

Kristian Latin; A Christian

Kristofer Latin; Bearing Christ

Kristopher Latin; Bearing Christ

Kurt Teutonic; Variant of Conrad

Kurtis French; See Curtis --- courteous

Kylan Undetermined origin; Unknown meaning

Kyle Celtic/Gaelic; Narrow channel

Kyler Celtic/Gaelic; Narrow channel

Kymani East African Adventurous traveler

Kyree Undetermined origin; Unknown meaning

Kyson American An invented name similar to Kyle and Tyson


Laban Hebraic; White

Ladarius Undetermined origin; Unknown meaning

Lamar French; Of the sea

Lambert Teutonic; Land bright

Lamont French; Of the mountain

Lance Teutonic; Land

Lancelot Old English; Bravest knight of the round table

Landen Old English; Place name

Landon Old English; Place name

Landyn Old English; Place name

Landry Old English (Anglo Saxon); Ruler of place

Lane English; Narrow road

Langley Old English; Place name

Larry English; Diminutive of Lawrence

Lars Norse; Variant of Lawrence -- Laurel tree

Latimer Anglo-Old French; Occupation name

Lawrence Latin; Bay or laurel tree

Lawson English/Scottish Son of Lawrence

Layne English; Narrow road

Lazarus Hebraic; God will help

Leander Greek; Courageous

Lee Old English; Meadow

Leighton Old English; Place name

Leith Celtic; Wide

Leland Hebraic; Dedicated to God

Leland Old English; Place name

Lemuel Hebraic; Belonging to God

Leo Latin; Lion

Leon Latin; Lion

Leonard Teutonic (German); Bold lion

Leonardo Italian; Bold lion

Leonel Teutonic; Patriotic

Leopold Teutonic; Bold lion-like people

Leroy Old French; King

Leslie Old English; Meadow land

Lester Latin; Camp of the legion

Levi Hebraic; Attached

Lew Old English; Refuge

Lewis Teutonic; Famous warrior

Liam Irish; Celtic/Gaelic; Short form of William

Lincoln Celtic; Name of a city in England--lake colony

Lionel Latin; Lion-like

Lloyd Celtic; Gray

Logan Irish; Celtic/Gaelic; Trench or forest

Lombard Teutonic; Long-beard

Lonnie English; Diminutive of Alonzo

Loren English; Variant of Lawrence -- Laurel tree

Lorenzo Italian; Variant of Lawrence -- Laurel tree

Loring Old Teutonic (German); Famous in war

Lot Hebraic; Veiled

Louis French; Famous warrior

Lowell Old English; Beloved

Lucas Latin; Luminous

Luciano Italian; Light

Lucius Latin; Light

Luis Spanish; Famous warrior

Luka Italian; Light

Lukas Latin; Light

Luke Latin; Light

Lutalo Luganda; Warrior

Luther Teutonic (German); Army people

Lyle Teutonic (German); Warrior

Lyndon Old French; Island

Lysander Old English; Linden tree


Macauley Greek; Liberator

Mackenzie Celtic/Gaelic; Son of wise ruler

Maddox Celtic/Gaelic; Son of the heir

Madison Celtic; Beneficent

Magnus Latin; Great

Malachi Hebraic; "My messenger" or "My angel"

Malakai Hebraic; "My messenger" or "My angel"

Malcolm Scottish; Disciple of Saint Columba

Malik African; Prince

Malique African; Prince

Malvin Celtic; Servant and friend

Manfred Teutonic (German); Man of peace

Manuel Hebraic; God with us

Marc French; Warlike

Marcel French; Warlike

Marcelo Italian; Warlike

Marco Italian; Warlike

Marcos Latin; Warlike

Marcus Latin; Warlike

Mario Italian; Mars-God of war

Marion French; Mars-God of war

Mark Teutonic; Warlike

Markel English; Warlike

Markell English; Variant of Marcus

Markus English; Variant of Marcus

Marland Old English; Place name

Marlon Old French; Falcon

Marques French; Nobleman

Marquez French; Nobleman

Marquis French; Nobleman

Marquise French; Nobleman

Marshall Old English; Horse groom

Martin Latin; Warlike

Marvin English; Sea friend

Mason Old French; Brick builder

Mateo Spanish; Gift of the lord

Mathew English; Gift of the lord

Mathias Hebraic; Gift of the lord

Matias Hebraic; Gift of the lord

Matteo Italian; Gift of the lord

Matthew Hebraic; Gift of the lord

Matthias Hebraic; Gift of the lord

Maurice Latin; Dark skin

Mauricio Italian; Dark skin

Maverick English; From the surname--a non-conformist of the old west

Max Latin; Great

Maxim Latin; Great

Maximilian Latin; Greatest

Maximillian Latin; Greatest

Maximus Latin; Greatest

Maxwell Scottish; Stream of Maccus

Medwin Teutonic; Powerful friend

Mekhi Undetermined origin; Unknown meaning

Melville English; Servant and friend

Melvin English; Servant and friend

Memphis Hebraic; Abode of the good

Mercer Old French-Latin; Merchant

Merlin Old French-Latin; Bird

Merrick Teutonic; Industrious

Merrill Teutonic; Famous

Micah Hebraic; Prophet and author of the book of mica

Michael Hebraic; Like God

Micheal Hebraic; Like God see Michael

Miguel Spanish; Like God see Michael

Miguelangel Undetermined origin; Unknown meaning

Mike English; Diminutive of Michael -- like God

Mikel English; Variant of Michael -- like God

Milburn Old English; Place name

Miles Latin; Soldier

Miller Latin; Miller

Milton Old English; From mill farmstead

Misael Undetermined origin; Unknown meaning

Mitchel Hebraic; From a surname-- a variant of Michael

Mitchell English; From a surname-- a variant of Michael

Mohamed Arabic; Praiseworthy

Mohammad Arabic; Praiseworthy

Mohammed Arabic; Praiseworthy

Moises Hebraic; Deliver

Monroe Scottish; Wheeler

Montague Latin; Place name

Montana Spanish; Place name--meaning mountains

Montgomery Latin; Mountain

Morathi African; Wise man

Morgan Celtic/Gaelic; From sealy edge

Morris Latin; Moorish

Morton Old English; From farm or moor

Morven Celtic; Mariner

Moses Hebraic; Deliver

Moshe Hebraic; Deliver

Muhammad Arabic; Praiseworthy

Murdock Celtic; Prosperous seaman

Murphy Irish; Celtic/Gaelic; Warrior of sea

Murray Celtic; Seaman

Myer Teutonic; Master

Myles Latin; Soldier

Myron Greek; Of myrrh-- a fragrant resin


Najee Undetermined origin; Unknown meaning

Naldo Teutonic; Of mighty or wise

Nash Old English; Protruding cliff

Nasib Somali; The lucky one

Nasir Arabic; Undetermined

Nassor Swahili; Victorious

Nathan Hebraic; Gift of God

Nathanael Hebraic; Gift of God

Nathanial Hebraic; Gift of God

Nathaniel Hebraic; Gift of God

Nathen Hebraic; Gift of God

Neal Celtic/Gaelic; Champion

Nehemiah Hebraic; Undetermined

Neil Celtic/Gaelic; Champion

Nelson English; Son of Neal

Nero Latin; Powerful

Nestor Greek; Homecoming

Neville Old French; New town

Nevin Celtic/Gaelic; Worshiper of saints

Newton Old English (Anglo Saxon); Place name

Nicholas Greek; People triumph

Nick Greek; People triumph

Nicklaus Greek; People triumph

Nickolas Greek; People triumph

Nico Italian; People triumph

Nicodemus Greek; Victorious over the people

Nicolai Greek; People triumph

Nicolas Greek; People triumph

Nigel Roman; Black

Nikhil Italian; People triumph

Niko Italian; People triumph

Nikolas Greek; People triumph

Noah Hebraic; A ceasing of war

Noe Hebraic; A ceasing of war

Noel Old French; To be born

Nolan Celtic/Gaelic; Famous

Norman Old English; Norseman

Norris Old French-Latin; Caretaker

Norton Old English (Anglo Saxon); Place name

Norvin Teutonic; Man from the north


Oakes Old English; Oak

Oakes Old English; Oak

Oakley Old English; Grove of an oak tree

Obadiah Hebraic; Servant of the lord

Octavio Spanish; Eighth born

Octavius Latin; Eighth born

Odell Norse; Man of property

Ogden Old English; Place name

Olaf Old Norse; Relic

Olin Middle English; Holly

Oliver Latin; Olive tree

Omar Arabic; First born

Omari Arabic; First born

Oren Hebraic; Cedar tree

Oringo African; He likes the hunt

Orion Greek; Son of light

Orlando Italian; Fame of land

Orlando Teutonic; Fame of land

Orson Latin; Like the bear

Orton Teutonic; Wealthy

Orvin Old English (Anglo Saxon); Boar friend

Osborn Old English; Soldier of God

Osborn Teutonic; Divine bear

Oscar Scandinavian; Spear of God

Osgood Teutonic; Divine creator

Osmond Teutonic; Under divine protection

Osvaldo Spanish; Of God-like power

Oswald Teutonic; Of God-like power

Otis Greek; Hears well

Otto Teutonic; Prosperous

Owen Welsh; Well-born

Oxford English; Riverly pass


Pablo Spanish; Small

Page Old French; Young assistant

Paine Latin; Man from the country

Palmer Old English-Latin; Palm-bearer

Paris Old French; Place name

Paris Old French; City

Parker Middle English; Park guard

Pascal Italian; Easter or Passover

Patrick Latin; Nobleman

Paul Latin; Small

Paxton Teutonic; Travelling trader

Payton English; Place name-- peacock town

Pedro Greek; Rock

Pembroke Old Welsh; Place name

Percival Old French-Latin; Valley-pierce

Percy Old French-Latin; Valley-pierce

Perry English; Anglicized version of Pierre

Peter Greek; Rock or stone

Peyton Scotch; Form of Patrick -- Nobleman

Philander Greek; Lover of mankind

Philbert Teutonic; Illustriously brilliant

Philip Greek; Horse lover

Phillip Greek; Horse lover

Phineas Hebraic; Brazen mouth

Phoenix Greek; Mythical bird

Pierce Old Anglo Old French; Rock or stone

Pierre Old French; Form of Peter -- Rock

Polo African; Alligator

Porter Latin; Gate keeper

Prentice Latin; Learner

Prescott Old English; Place name

Preston Old English; Town of priest

Price Middle English; Valued

Prince Latin; Prince

Proctor Latin; Manager or agent

Prosper Latin; Fortunate

Putnam Old English (Anglo Saxon); Place name


Qaza Zulu; Seek

Qhama Zulu; Stand out

Quentin Latin; Fifth child

Quinby Scandinavian; Place name

Quincy Old French-Latin; Place name

Quinlan Celtic/Gaelic; Strong

Quinn Celtic; Wise

Quinten Latin; Fifth child

Quintin Latin; Fifth child

Quinton Latin; Fifth child


Radcliffe Old English; Place name

Radford Old English; Place name

Raekwon Undetermined origin; Unknown meaning

Rafael Hebraic; Healing of God

Raheem Arabic; Undetermined

Rahul Spanish; Famous wolf

Raleigh Old English; Deer meadow

Ralph English; Variant of Randolph

Ralph Undetermined; Famous wolf

Ramiro Spanish; From a surname

Ramon Spanish; Advisor and protector

Ramses African; Sun born

Ramsey Scottish; Island of ravens

Randall English; Undetermined

Randolph Old English (Anglo Saxon); Strong shield

Randy Old English (Anglo Saxon); See Randolph

Raphael Hebraic; God has healed

Rashad Arabic; Undetermined

Rashawn Undetermined origin; Unknown meaning

Rasheed Arabic; Undetermined

Raul Spanish; Famous wolf

Raven Undetermined origin; Unknown meaning

Ray Old English; Diminutive of Raymond-- advisor and protector

Raymond Old English; Advisor and protector

Raymundo Spanish; Advisor and protector

Reagan Celtic/Gaelic; Little king

Redmond Old English; Protected by reeds

Reece Welsh; Ardor

Reed Old English; Reed

Reese Welsh; Ardor

Reeves Middle English; Steward

Reginald Teutonic (German); Power

Reid Teutonic (German); Ruddy

Reilly Scottish; Rye clearing

Remington English; From the surname--notably the gun maker

Rene French; Born again

Renfred Teutonic; Peacemaker

Renzo Italian, meaning Laurel. Abbreviation of Lorenzo.

Renwick Teutonic; Place name

Reuben Hebraic; Behold-- a son

Rex Latin; King

Rey Spanish; King

Reynaldo Spanish; King

Rhett Old English; Stream

Ricardo Spanish; Powerful ruler

Richard Old Teutonic (German); Powerful ruler

Rick Old Teutonic (German); Diminutive of Richard -- Powerful ruler

Rickey Old Teutonic (German); Diminutive of Richard -- Powerful ruler

Ricky Old Teutonic (German); Diminutive of Richard -- Powerful ruler

Rico Spanish; Diminutive of Richard -- Powerful ruler

Ridley Old English; Place name

Rigoberto Undetermined origin; Unknown meaning

Riley Irish; Celtic/Gaelic; Valiant

River English; River

Robert Old English (Anglo Saxon); Bright fame

Roberto Italian; Bright fame

Robin English; Variant of Robert

Rocco Germanic origins. The name is either derived from Roho (Germanic), a short form of the now obsolete Rochbert and ultimately of 'rohon' (meaning to roar, battle cry), or else it is from the Old German 'hrok' (rest, repose).

Roderick Old Teutonic (German); Famous ruler

Rodney Teutonic; Famous

Rodolfo Spanish; Famous wolf

Rodrigo Spanish; Famous ruler

Rogelio Spanish; Famous spear

Roger Old French; Famous warrior

Rohan Undetermined origin; Unknown meaning

Roland Teutonic; Fame of land

Rolando Latin; Fame of land

Rolfe Teutonic; Variant of Rudolph

Rollo Latinized form of Roul. Rollo (or Rolf) the Ganger was an exiled Viking who, in the 10th century, became the first Duke of Normandy. It has been used as a given name in the English-speaking world since the 19th century.

Roman Latin; Citizen of Rome

Romeo Italian-Latin; Pilgrim to Rome

Ronald Teutonic; Of mighty power

Ronaldo Latin; Of mighty power

Ronan Irish; Little seal

Ronnie Teutonic; Diminutive of Ronald-- mighty power

Rory Celtic; Red king

Roscoe Teutonic; Place name

Ross British; Wood

Roswell Teutonic; Mighty steed

Rowan Irish; From a place name

Roy Old French; King

Royce Old French-Latin; Son of Roy-- kingly

Ruben Undetermined; A surname of an artist

Rudolph Teutonic; Famous wolf

Rudy Teutonic; Diminutive of Rudolph-- famous wolf

Ruford Old English; From red ford

Rufus Latin; Red-hair

Rupert Teutonic; Of shining fame

Russell Old French; Red

Rutherford Old English; Place name

Ryan Celtic/Gaelic; Variant of Bryan

Ryder English Knight

Ryker English Powerful ruler

Rylan Irish; Island meadow

Ryland Irish; Island meadow

Rylee Irish; Variant of the surname Riley


Sage English; Wise

Salim African; Peace

Salisbury Old English (Anglo Saxon); Dry town

Salvador Spanish; Savior

Salvatore Italian; Savior

Sam Hebraic; See Samuel

Samir Undetermined origin; Unknown meaning

Sammy Hebraic; Like the sun

Samuel Hebraic; Answer to prayers

Sanborn Old English; Place name

Sanders Greek; Helper of mankind

Sanford Old English; From sandy ford

Santiago Spanish; Place name

Santos Spanish; Of the saints

Sargent Old French-Latin; Occupation name

Saul Hebraic; Longed for

Savion Undetermined origin; Unknown meaning

Sawyer Middle English; Wood cutter

Schuyler Dutch; Shelter

Scott Old English; From Scotland

Seamus Irish; Variant of James -- That variant of Jacob

Sean Irish; Heavenly generosity-- variant of john

Sebastian Greek; Majestic

Selby Teutonic; Place name

Serge French; Servant

Sergio Spanish; Servant

Serle Teutonic; Armed

Seth Hebraic; Appointed one

Seymour Old French-Latin; Moorish saint

Shamar Undetermined origin; Unknown meaning

Shamus Irish; Supplanted

Shane English; From an American novel

Shannon Irish; Place name

Shaun Undetermined; Variant of Sean-- heavenly generosity

Shaw Old English; Place name

Shawn Irish; Variant of Sean-- heavenly generosity

Shayne Irish; Variant of Sean-- heavenly generosity

Shea Celtic/Gaelic; Majestic

Shelby Old English (Anglo Saxon); Place name

Sheldon Old English (Anglo Saxon); Place name

Shemar Undetermined origin; Unknown meaning

Sherard Old English (Anglo Saxon); Of splendid valor

Sheridan Celtic; Wild man

Sherlock Old English; Fair-haired

Sherman Old English; Occupation name

Sherwin Old English (Anglo Saxon); Eminent in friendship

Sherwood Old English; From bright forest

Sidney English; City name

Sigmund Teutonic; Victorious protection

Silas Latin; Man of the forest

Silvester Latin; Forest dweller

Simba Swahili; Lion

Simeon Hebraic; He who has heard

Simon Hebraic; He who has heard

Sinclair Latin; Illustrious

Skylar Undetermined origin; Unknown meaning

Skyler Undetermined origin; Unknown meaning

Sloane Celtic; Warrior

Sol Latin; Sun

Solomon Hebraic; Peaceful

Sonny English; Son

Spencer English; Steward

Stacy Latin; Dependable

Standish Old English; Place name

Stanford Old English; Place name

Stanislaus Slavonic; Glory of camp

Stanley English; Stony field

Stanway Old English; Place name

Stedman Old English (Anglo Saxon); Place name

Stefan Greek; Crown

Stephan Greek; Crown

Stephen Greek; Crown

Stephon Greek; Crown

Sterling English; High quality

Steve Greek; Crown

Steven Greek; Crown

Stewart Old English (Anglo Saxon); Steward

Stone English; Stone

Stuart Old English (Anglo Saxon); Steward

Sumner Old French-Latin; One who summons

Sutton Old English; Place name

Swain Teutonic; Youthful

Syed Undetermined origin; Unknown meaning


Tahj Undetermined origin; Unknown meaning

Tait Scandinavian; Cheerful

Taj Undetermined; Possibly from the Taj Mahal

Talbot Old Teutonic (German); From valley

Talon Undetermined origin; Unknown meaning

Tanner Old English; Leather worker

Tarik Undetermined origin; Unknown meaning

Tariq Undetermined origin; Unknown meaning

Tate Old English; One tenth

Tavian Undetermined origin; Unknown meaning

Taylor Old French; Tailor

Teague Celtic; Poet or bard

Terence Latin; Tender

Terrance Latin; Tender

Terrell Undetermined origin; Unknown meaning

Terrence Latin; Tender

Terry English; Diminutive of Terrence

Tevin Undetermined origin; Unknown meaning

Thaddeus Hebraic; Praise be to God

Thayer Teutonic; Of the nationly army

Theobold Teutonic; Patriotic

Theodore Greek; Gift of God

Theron Greek; Hunter

Thomas Aramaic; Twin

Thorpe Teutonic; Place name

Thurston Scandinavian; Thor jewel

Tilden Old English; Place name

Timothy Greek; Honor God

Titus Latin; Unknown meaning, possibly related to Latin titulus "title of honour"

Tobias Hebraic; Goodness of the lord

Toby Hebraic; God is good

Todd Scottish; Fox

Tomas Spanish; Variant of Thomas

Tommy Old English; Variant of Thomas

Tony Latin; Beyond praise

Torrence Irish; Like a tall tower

Torrence Irish; Like a tall tower

Torrence Irish; Like a tall tower

Torrey Celtic; Place name

Townsend Old English; Place name

Trace French; Road

Tracy French; Road

Travis Old French; At the crossing

Travon Undetermined origin; Unknown meaning

Tre French; Three

Trent Latin; Torrent

Trenton English; Place name

Trever Welsh; Big village

Trevin English; Variant of Trevor -- Big village

Trevon English; Variant of Trevor -- Big village

Trevor Welsh; Big village

Trey Middle English; Three

Tristan Latin; Sorrowful

Tristen Latin; Sorrowful

Tristian Latin; Sorrowful

Tristin Latin; Sorrowful

Triston Latin; Sorrowful

Troy Old French; After the city

Truman Old English; Faithful-- loyal man

Trystan Celtic; Tumult

Tucker English Occupational name for a person who softens woolen cloth

Tumpe Nyakyusa; Let us thank God for this child

Tumwebaze Uganda; Let us thank God for this child

Turner English; Profession a wood turner

Ty Old English; Diminutive of Tyler or Tyson

Tyler Old English; Tile setter

Tylor Old English; Tile setter

Tyquan Undetermined origin; Unknown meaning

Tyree Undetermined origin; Unknown meaning

Tyreek Undetermined origin; Unknown meaning

Tyrek Undetermined origin; Unknown meaning

Tyrell Undetermined origin; Unknown meaning

Tyrese Undetermined origin; Unknown meaning

Tyrik Undetermined origin; Unknown meaning

Tyriq Undetermined origin; Unknown meaning

Tyrique Anglicized spelling of French inspiration; Undetermined

Tyron Scottish; Undetermined

Tyrone Irish; From the name of a county in Northern Ireland which is derived from Irish; Gaelic Tir Eoghain meaning "land of EOGHAN". This name was popularized by American actor Tyrone Power.

Tyshawn English; Variant of Sean

Tyson Teutonic; Son of the Teutonic


Uba African; Father-- lord

Uland Teutonic; From noble land

Ulises Greek; Variant of Ulysses

Ulric Danish; Wolf

Ulysses Greek; Angry or wrathful

Uriah Hebraic; God is my light

Urian Greek; From heaven

Uriel Undetermined origin; Unknown meaning


Vail Latin; Valley

Valdis Teutonic; Spirited in battle

Valentin Slavonic; Strong

Valentine Latin; Strong

Valentino Italian; Strong

Van Dutch; Noble descent

Vance English; Thresher

Vandyke Dutch; Place name

Varian Latin; Fickle

Varney Celtic; Place name

Vaughan Welsh; Small

Vaughn Welsh; Small

Vernon Latin; Flourishing

Vicente Italian; Victorious

Victor Latin; Conqueror

Vincent Latin; Victorious

Vincenzo Italian; Victorious

Virgil Latin; Flourishing

Vito Latin; Vibrant

Vladimir Slavonic; World ruler

Vuai Swahili; Savior


Wabwire Uganda; Born at night

Wade Old English; River crossing

Wafula Uganda; Born during the rain

Waggoner Teutonic (German); Wagon maker

Walden Teutonic; Mighty and famous

Waldo Teutonic; Powerful or mighty

Walker Old English; Occupation name

Wallace Old English (Anglo Saxon); Stranger

Walter Old Teutonic (German); Powerful ruler

Walton Old English; Place name

Ward Teutonic; Guardian

Ware Old English (Anglo Saxon); Wary

Warner Teutonic; Guarding warrior

Warren Teutonic (German); Protective friend

Washington Old English; Place name

Waylen Old English; Land near highway

Waylon Old English; Land near highway

Wayne Teutonic; Wagon maker

Webster Old English; Weaver

Wendel Teutonic; Wanderer

Wesley Old English (Anglo Saxon); Man from the west

Weston Old English; Place name

Whitlaw Old English; From white hill

Wilbur Old English (Anglo Saxon); Beloved stronghold

Wilfredo Spanish; Undetermined

Will Teutonic; Diminutive of William

Willard Old English (Anglo Saxon); Great bravery

William Teutonic; Determined guardian

Willie Teutonic; Diminutive of William

Willis English; Variant of will

Wilmer Teutonic; Beloved and famous

Wilson English; Son of Will

Winslow Old English; Hill of victory

Winston Old English (Anglo Saxon); Town of victory

Winthrop Teutonic; Place name

Wirt Old English (Anglo Saxon); Worthy

Wolfe Teutonic; Wolf

Wolfram Teutonic; Wolf-raven

Woodley Old English; Place name

Woodrow Old English; Place name

Woodward Old English; Forester

Worthington Old English (Anglo Saxon); Place name

Wright Old English (Anglo Saxon); Workman

Wyatt Old French; Guide

Wylie Old English (Anglo Saxon); Beguiling

Wyman Old English (Anglo Saxon); Warrior

Wyndham Old English; Place name


Xander Greek Shortened version of Alexander

Xavier Arabic; Splendid

Xenophon Greek; Strange voice

Xenos Greek; Favored guest

Xerxes Greek-Persian; King


Yale Old English; Vigorous

Yancy English; Surname

Yardley Old English; Place name

Yaro African; Son

Yates Old English; Place name

Yosef Hebraic; God multiplies

Yusuf Hebraic; God multiplies

Yves French; See Ives-- an archer


Zachariah Hebraic; Remembered by the Lord

Zachary Hebraic; Remember the lord

Zachery Hebraic; Remember the lord

Zaci African; God of fatherhood

Zackary Hebraic; Remember the lord

Zackery Hebraic; Remember the lord

Zain English; Place name

Zakary Hebraic; Remember the lord

Zander Greek; Shortened version of Alexander

Zane English; Place name

Zavier Arabic; Variant of Xavier: Splendid

Zayden American An invented name, no meaning

Zayne English; Place name

Zebadiah Hebraic; Gift of the lord

Zechariah Hebraic; Variant of Zachariah -- Remembered by the Lord

Zeke Aramaic; Shooting star

Zion Hebraic; Sign