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Boys Names

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Meaning

Laban Hebrew White.
Label Hebrew lion
Laborc Hungarian brave panther
Lachlan Scottish Gaelic From the land of the lochs.
Lacy Old French Lace.
Ladd English A page or attendant.
Ladislav Slavonic A glorious ruler, or glorious power. Also see Vladislav.
Ladomar Hungarian trapper
Lae Laos dark
Laertes Greek A legendary figure.
Lafayette French Faith.
Lafeu   From Shakespeare's play All's Well that Ends Well.
Lai Sanskrit The beloved one.
Laibrook Old English The path by the brook.
Laidley Old English From the water meadow.
Laird Scottish Gaelic Head of household.
Lakota Native American friend
Lakshman Sanskrit Auspicious.
Lakshya Hindu target
Lalit Hindu  
Lam Vietnamese full understanding; knowledge
Laman happy, content  
Lamar Teutonic Famous around the land.
Lambert Teutonic From the bright or famous land.
Lamberto Latin wealthy in land, brilliant
Lamech Hebrew Strong or powerful.
Lamont Old Norse/French Old Norse: A lawyer. French: The mount.
Lance Old French A lance bearer. Also see Lancelot.
Lancelot Old French/Old English A spear or lance attendant. The most famous of king Arthur's knights.
Lander Middle English, Greek property owner; lion man
Landers Old French A launderer.
Landon Old English From the long hill.
Lane Old English From the narrow road. A boy or girl's name.
Lang Teutonic A tall man.
Langford Old English From the long ford.
Langley Old English From the long meadow.
Langston Old English The farm of the tall man.
Langworth Old English From the long enclosure.
Lani Polynesian The sky. A boy or girl's name.
Lann Celtic A sword.
Lanny Old English From the rocky land.
Lantos Hungarian lute player
Lanyon Cornish A cold pool or lake.
Laoghaire Irish calf herder, a shepard
Laris Latin Cheerful.
Larrie Latin From the Laurel tree or crowned with laurels. Nickname of Laurence.
Larry Latin From the Laurel tree or crowned with laurels. Nickname of Laurence.
Lars Scandinavian Scandinavian form of Laurence. From the Laurel tree or crowned with laurels.
Larson Scandinavian The son of Lars. From the Laurel tree or crowned with laurels. Also see Laurence.
Lartius   From Shakespeare's play Coriolanus.
Lascelles Old French The hermitage or cell.
Lasse Finnish Finnish form of Laurence.
Laszlo Hungarian Hungarian form of Ladislav. A glorious ruler, or glorious power.
Latham Old Norse A division.
Latif Arabic Kind and gentle.
Latimer Old French An interpreter or teacher.
Lauchlan Scottish Gaelic From the land of the lochs.
Laughlin Scottish Gaelic From the land of the lochs.
Launce Old French A lance bearer. Also see Lancelot.
Launcelot Old French/Old English A spear or lance attendant.
Laurence Latin From the Laurel tree or crowned with laurels.
Laurie Latin From the Laurel tree or crowned with laurels.
Lavache   From Shakespeare's play All's Well that Ends Well.
Lawford Old English From the ford by the hill.
Lawler Irish Gaelic The mumbler, the soft-spoken one.
Lawley Old English From the meadow on the hill.
Lawrance Latin From the Laurel tree or crowned with laurels.
Lawrence Latin From the Laurel tree or crowned with laurels.
Lawson Old English The son of Lawrence or Laurence. From the Laurel tree or crowned with laurels.
Lawton Old English From the town on the hill.
Laxman Sanskrit Auspicious.
Layland Greek Protector of men. From the name Alexander, but also an independent name.
Layton Old English The dweller at the farm by the meadow.
Lazarus Hebrew God is my help. The man who Jesus raised from the dead in the Bible.
Leal Old English Loyal and true.
Leander Greek The lion man. The name of a hero in Greek legend. Also see Leo, Leonard and Lionel.
Lear Teutonic Joyful, or from the sea.
LeBeau   From Shakespeare's play As You Like It.
Lech Polish The name of the legendary founder of Poland.
Lee Old English A meadow or clearing. A boy or girl's name.
Lehel Hungarian breathes
Leif Old Norse Beloved, or a descendant, an heir.
Leigh Old English A meadow or clearing. A boy or girl's name.
Leighton Old English The dweller at the farm by the meadow.
Leith Scottish Gaelic A broad river. A Scottish placename.
Lel Hungarian bugler
Leland Old English From the meadowland.
Lemuel Hebrew Devoted to God.
Len Scottish Gaelic From a Scottish district and a surname. From the name Lennox, Leonard, etc. Len is sometimes used as an independent name.
Lennie Scottish Gaelic From a Scottish district and a surname. From the name Lennox, Leonard, etc. Lennie is sometimes used as an independent name.
Lennon Irish Gaelic A little cape or cloak.
Lennox Scottish Gaelic From a Scottish district and a surname.
Lenny Scottish Gaelic From a Scottish district and a surname. From the name Lennox, Leonard, etc. Lenny is sometimes used as an independent name.
Lensar English with his parents
Leo Latin A lion, lion-hearted. Also see Leander, Leonard, Leopold and Lionel.
Leon Latin A lion, lion-hearted. Also see Leander, Leonard, Leopold and Lionel.
Leonard Germanic As brave as a lion. Also see Leander, Lionel and Leo.
Leonardo Italian/Portuguese/Spanish As brave as a lion. Also see Leander, Lionel and Leo.
Leonato   From Shakespeare's play Much Ado About Nothing.
Leonidas Greek one who is bold as a lion
Leonine   From Shakespeare's play Pericles.
Leontes   A character in William Shakespeare's Winter's Tale.
Leopold Teutonic Brave for the people, patriotic. The name of kings of Belgium and bohemia.
Leron Arabic the song is mine
Leroy French The king. Also see Elroy.
Leshem Hebrew precious stone
Lesley Scottish Gaelic From an ancient surname. A boy or girl's name.
Leslie Scottish Gaelic Meadowlands.
Lesta Russian Lestie
Lester Old English From the place name Leicester, meaning a Roman site or fort.
Lev Russian A lion, lion-hearted. Also see Leander, Leonard, Leopold and Lionel.
Levent Turkish  
Levente Hungarian being
Leverett Old French A young hare.
Leverton Old English From the farm of the rushes.
Levi Hebrew United.
Levin Latin A lion, lion-hearted. Also see Leander, Leonard, Leopold and Lionel.
Lewie Teutonic A famous warrior. From the name Aloysius, Lewis and Louis.
Lewis   An English variation of Louis. Also an anglicised form of the Welsh name Llewellyn.
Lex Greek Protector of men. From the name Alexander, but also an independent name.
Leyman Old English A man from the meadow or valley.
Li Chinese Strength.
Liall Old French From the island.
Liam Irish Gaelic Determined guardian.
Lief Old Norse Beloved, or a descendant, an heir.
Lincoln Old English The settlement at the lake or pool.
Lind Old English From the hill of the Lime trees.
Lindan Old English From the hill of the Lime trees.
Lindberg Teutonic The hill of the Lime trees.
Lindell Old English From the valley of Lime trees.
Linden Old English From the hill of the Lime trees.
Lindley Old English From the Lime tree meadow. A boy or girl's name.
Lindsay Scottish From an old Scottish clan surname.
Linford Old English From the Lime tree ford.
Linley Old English From the field of Flax. A boy or girl's name.
Linton Old English From the Flax farm or enclosure.
Linus Greek Flaxen-haired.
Linwood Old English stream forest
Lionel Old French A young lion. Also see Leander, Leo and Leonard.
Lipet Hungarian brave
Lisle French From the island.
Litton Old English From the place on the river.
Livingston Old English A dear friend's place.
Ljluka Sanskrit An owl.
Llewellyn Welsh Lion-like, a leader or ruler.
Llfryn   An unusual Welsh name.
Lloyd Welsh Grey-haired.
Lobsang Tibetan/Sherpa The kind-. Hearted one.
Loch Scottish Gaelic A lake.
Locke Old English From the stronghold.
Lockwood Old English From the enclosed wood.
Lodovico   From Shakespeare's play Othello.
Logan Scottish Gaelic Small cove.
Lokesh Hindu  
Loman Irish Gaelic Enlightened. The name of several early Irish saints.
Lombard Latin Long-bearded.
Lome English/Scottish From a placename in Scotland. Also see Laurence.
Lon   From the name the names Alphonso and Laurence.
London English fierce ruler of the world
Longaville   From Shakespeare's play Love's Labour Lost.
Lonnie   Handsome one.
Lorand Hungarian brave warrior
Lorant Hungarian A form of Roland.
Loren Latin From the Laurel tree or crowned with laurels. A boy or girl's name.
Lorenz German From the Laurel tree or crowned with laurels.
Lorenzo Italian From the Laurel tree or crowned with laurels.
Lorimer Old French A harness and spur-maker.
Lorin Latin From the Laurel tree or crowned with laurels.
Lorinc Hungarian Laurentian
Loring Teutonic A man from Lorraine, a former French province (now part of Alsace-Lorraine).
Lorne Celtic of Lorne
Lothair Teutonic/Old French Tuetonic: A famous warrior. Old French: A lute player.
Lothar German A famous warrior.
Lothario Italian A famous warrior.
Loughlin Scottish Gaelic From the land of the lochs.
Louis Teutonic A famous warrior. A name borne by sixteen French kings. Also see Lewis.
Lovel Old French A little wolf.
Lovell Old French A little wolf.
Lowan Aboriginal A mallee fowl. A boy or girl's name.
Lowell Old French A little wolf.
Loxley Old English The place of a lock of hair.
Loyal Old French True, faithful.
Luc French A man from Lucania.
Lucas Greek A man from Lucania.
Lucentio   From Shakespeare's play Taming of the Shrew.
Lucian Latin Person of Light. A boy or girl's name.
Lucilius Latin Light. Also see Luke.
Lucio Italian/Spanish Light. Also see Luke.
Lucius   From Shakespeare's play Julius Caesar, Timon of Athens and Titus Andronicus.
Lucretius Latin Gain. An early Roman poet.
Lucullus   From Shakespeare's play Timon of Athens.
Ludlow Old English From the prince's hill.
Ludovic Scottish An English variation of Louis.
Ludvig Scandinavian A famous warrior.
Ludwig German A famous warrior.
Ludwik Polish A famous warrior.
Luigi Italian A famous warrior.
Luis Portuguese/Spanish A famous warrior.
Luke Greek A man from Lucania. One of Christ's apostles, and the author of the third book of the New Testament. Also see Lucian.
Lundy French Born on Monday. Also the name of an island off the coast of England.
Lunt Old Norse From the sacred wood.
Luther Teutonic/Old French Tuetonic: A famous warrior. Old French: A lute player.
Luzio Italian Light. Also see Luke.
Lykaios Greek wolfish, of a wolf, wolf-like
Lyle Old French From the island.
Lyman Old English A man from the meadow or valley.
Lymoges   From Shakespeare's play King John.
Lyn Welsh Good looking. A boy or girl's name.
Lyndell Old English From the valley of Lime trees.
Lyndon Old English From the hill of the Lime trees.
Lynn Old English/Welsh Old English: A waterfall. Welsh: Good looking. A boy or girl's name.
Lyonel Old French A young lion. Also see Leander, Leo and Leonard.
Lyre Old English a fork from river or glen
Lysander Greek The liberator. A boy or girl's name.
Lysimachus   From Shakespeare's play Pericles.
Lytton Old English From the place on the river.

M

Maaka Maori Maori form of Mark. From Marcus, which relates to Mars, the God of war.
Maarten Dutch Don't deceive.
Mablevi African do not deceive
Mabon Welsh A son.
Mac Scottish The son of. Diminutive of names beginning with `Mac'.
Macarius Latin Blessed.
Macbeth   From Shakespeare's play Macbeth.
Macdonald Scottish Gaelic The son of Donald. The ruler of the world.
Macduff   From Shakespeare's play Macbeth.
Mace Latin aromatic spice
Macey Old English Little Matthew. A man.
Mackay Gaelic Son of the fiery one.
Mackenzie Scottish Gaelic The son of the handsome one.
Macmorris   From Shakespeare's play Henry V.
Macon Middle English to make
Macy Old French, Old English from Matthew?s land; club
Madan Hindu  
Maddock Old Welsh champion, good fortune
Maddox   Son of the patron.
Madhav Hindu Krishna
Madhusudhana Hindu Krishna
Madison Old English Child of Maud or Matthew. A boy or girl's name.
Madoc Old Welsh Fortunate.
Madron Latin A nobleman. A Jewish name. Also a Cornish placename.
Magee Scottish Gaelic The son of the handsome one.
Magne Norse fierce warrior
Magnus Latin The great one.
Magus Greek A magician or priest.
Mahabala Hindu strength
Mahavira Hindu son of Priyavrata
Mahendra Sanskrit The great God Indra (the God of the sky).
Mahesh Sanskrit A great ruler.
Mahir Hebrew Industrious.
Mahmood Arabic Praiseworthy. Also see Muhammad.
Mahomet Arabic The praised one. Also see Mahmood.
Mahon Irish A bear.
Maitland Old French From the meadowland.
Maitreya Hindu disciple of sage Parasara
Majid Arabic The illustrious one.
Major Latin greater
Maka Aboriginal A small fire.
Makani Hawaiian The wind. A boy or girl's name.
Makepeace Old English peace maker
Makis Greek Greek form of Michael.
Mako   The name of a shark.
Maksim Russian The greatest.
Makya Native American The eagle hunter.
Mal   A follower of St Columba, `the dove'. From the name Malcolm, Malden and other names.
Malachi Hebrew The messenger of the Lord. A prophet in the Bible.
Malcolm Scottish Gaelic A follower of St Columba, `the dove'.
Malcom Scottish disciple of Saint Columbia
Malden Old English From the hill with a monument.
Malik Arabic The master or king.
Malin Old English A little warrior.
Malise Scottish Gaelic The servant of God. A boy or girl's name.
Mallee Aboriginal Scrubland.
Mallory Old French Unlucky. A boy or girl's name.
Malone Irish Gaelic A devotee of St John.
Malvern Old Welsh The bare hill.
Malvolio   From Shakespeare's play Twelfth Night.
Mamillius   From Shakespeare's play Winter's Tale
Mamoru Japanese earth
Manavendra Hindu  
Manchu Chinese Pure.
Manco Peruvian king
Mandek Polish army man
Mandel Teutonic/Jewish Tuetonic: An almond. Jewish: A little man.
Mander English from me
Mandhatri Hindu prince
Mandu Aboriginal The sun.
Manfield Old English From the communal field.
Manfred Teutonic A man of peace.
Mani Aboriginal/Sanskrit Aboriginal: Equal. Sanskrit: A jewel. A boy or girl's name.
Manik Hindu  
Manish Hindu  
Manley Middle English Brave and manly.
Mannie Hebrew God is with us.
Manning Old English Son of Man.
Mannix Irish Gaelic A little monk.
Manny Hebrew God is with us.
Manoj Hindu  
Mansa African A king.
Mansoor Arabic Victorious.
Mansukh Hindu  
Mansur Arabic divinely aided
Manu Polynesian The man of the birds.
Manuel Spanish God is with us.
Manus Irish The great one.
Marama Polynesian The moon man.
Marc French Warlike.
Marcade   From Shakespeare's play Love's Labour Lost.
Marcel Latin From Marcus, which relates to Mars, the God of war. Also see Marius and Martin.
Marcell   From Marcus, which relates to Mars, the God of war. Also see Marius and Martin.
Marcello Italian From Marcus, which relates to Mars, the God of war. Also see Marius and Martin.
Marcellus French From Marcus, which relates to Mars, the God of war. Also see Marius and Martin.
Marcin Polish warlike
Marco Italian/Spanish From Marcus, which relates to Mars, the God of war. Also see Marius and Martin.
Marcos Portuguese From Marcus, which relates to Mars, the God of war. Also see Marius and Martin.
Marcus Latin From Marcus, which relates to Mars, the God of war. Also see Marius and Martin.
Marden Old English from the valley with the pool
Mardian   From Shakespeare's play Antony & Cleopatra.
Margarelon   From Shakespeare's play Troilus & Cressida.
Marian French/Polish Bitter, as in a bitterly wanted child. Also - The star of the sea. A boy or girl's name.
Marijan Slowenian Marian
Marino Latin Of the sea. Masculine form of Marina.
Mario Latin Virile. The warlike one. From a Roman family name. Also see Mark and Martin.
Marion Old French from Latin Bitter, as in a bitterly wanted child. Also - The star of the sea. A boy or girl's name.
Marius Latin Virile. The warlike one. From a Roman family name. Also see Mark and martin.
Mark Latin From Marcus, which relates to Mars, the God of war. Also see Marius and Martin.
Markandeya Hindu a sage
Marland Old English From the lake land.
Marley Old English From the pleasant meadow.
Marlon Old French Wild falcon. A boy or girl's name.
Marlow Old English From the lake or pond.
Marmaduke Irish The servant of Madoc.
Marmion French The tiny one.
Maron Greek A character from Greek mythology.
Marot Hungarian Moravian
Marron Aboriginal A leaf.
Marsden Old English From the valley boundary.
Marsh Old English From the marshy land.
Marshall Teutonic A horsekeeper, or a steward.
Marston Old English The place by the marsh.
Martin Latin Of Mars, the Roman God of war. Also see Marius and Mark.
Martius   From Shakespeare's play Titus Andronicus.
Marty   Of Mars, the Roman God of war. Also see Marius and Mark.
Marvin Old English Friend of the sea.
Marvyn Old English A famous friend.
Masa Japanese Good and straightforward. A boy or girl's name.
Masakazu Japanese first son of Masa
Maslin Old French little twin
Mason Old French A stone mason.
Massimo Italian The greatest.
Masud Arabic The fortunate one.
Matai Hebrew gift of God
Matanga Hindu sage, advisor to Devi Lalita
Matareka Polynesian The one with a smiling face.
Matari Aboriginal A man.
Mather Old English strong army
Matt   A gift of God. Also see Macey and Madison.
Matthew Hebrew A gift of God. One of the twelve apostles and the author of the first book of the New Testament. Also see Macey and Madison.
Maui Polynesian A legendary hero. The name of a Hawaiian island.
Maurice Latin Dark-skinned, like a Moor. Also see Morrison.
Mawgan Cornish The name of a saint.
Max   From the stream of Magnus.
Maxey Old English From the island of Magnus.
Maximilian Latin The greatest.
Maxwell Scottish Gaelic From the stream of Magnus.
Mayer Hebrew One who gives light.
Maynard Teutonic Powerful, brave.
Mayon Hindu the black God
Mead Old English From the meadow.
Meara Gaelic merry
Mearann Aboriginal To call.
Mecaenus   From Shakespeare's play Antony & Cleopatra.
Medord Hungarian great, strong
Medwin Old English A friend from the meadow.
Megyer Hungarian Hungarian
Mehetabel Hebrew favoured by God, God is doing good
Mehul Hindu A derivative of Mukul
Meir Hebrew One who gives light.
Meirion Welsh A traditional name of uncertain meaning.
Meka Hawaiian eyes
Mel Old French From the bad or poor settlement. From the name Melville, Melvin, etc. Also used as an independent name.
Melancton Greek black flower
Melbourne Old English From the millstream.
Melburn Old English From the millstream.
Melchior Persian The king of the city.
Melford Old English From the ford by the hill.
Melik Turkish  
Melor Celtic A Cornish placename.
Melrose Old English From the bare moor.
Melun   From Shakespeare's play King John.
Melville Old French From the bad or poor settlement.
Melvin Old French Mill worker.
Melvyn Old French From the bad or poor settlement.
Menachem Hebrew The comforter.
Menadue Cornish From the dark hill.
Menas   From Shakespeare's play Antony & Cleopatra.
Mendel Hebrew The comforter.
Menecrates   From Shakespeare's play Antony & Cleopatra.
Menelaus   From Shakespeare's play Troilus & Cressida.
Menenius   From Shakespeare's play Coriolanus.
Menteith   From Shakespeare's play Macbeth.
Menyhart Hungarian royal light
Mercade   From Shakespeare's play Love's Labour's Lost.
Mercer Old French A merchant.
Mercutio   From Shakespeare's play Romeo & Juliet.
Meredith Old Welsh A lord. A boy or girl's name.
Merle Old French A blackbird. A boy or girl's name.
Merlin Old Welsh From the fort by the sea, or the falcon. Also a boy's name (Merlin). A boy or girl's name.
Merrick Welsh Welsh form of Maurice. Dark-skinned, like a Moor.
Merrill Old English Of the bright sea. Also joyful, happy. A boy or girl's name.
Merryn Cornish The name of a saint and a village. A boy or girl's name.
Mert Turkish  
Merten German Of Mars, the Roman God of war. Also see Marius and Mark.
Merton Old English The place by the lake.
Merv   Friend of the sea.
Mervin   Friend of the sea.
Mervyn Old English A famous friend.
Messala   From Shakespeare's play Julius Caesar.
Mete Turkish  
Meyer Hebrew One who gives light.
Mica Latin The name of a mineral.
Micah Hebrew A Hebrew form of Michael, mentioned in the Bible.
Michael Hebrew Like the Lord. One of the archangels in the Bible.
Michelangelo Italian from Hebrew Michael the angel. The first name of the famous artist Michelangelo Buonarroti.
Mick Hebrew Like the Lord.
Mickey Hebrew Like the Lord.
Midas Greek A legendary figure that transformed all that he touched into gold.
Miguel Portuguese/Spanish Like the Lord.
Mihaly Hebrew who is like God?
Mihir Hindu  
Mikael Swedish Like the Lord.
Mike Hebrew Like the Lord.
Mikhail Russian Like the Lord.
Miki Aboriginal/Japanese Aboriginal: The moon. Japanese: A stem. A boy or girl's name.
Mikkel Danish Like the Lord.
Mikkeli Hebrew Like the Lord.
Mikko Finnish Like the Lord.
Miklos Czech Czech form of Nicholas.
Miko Finish  
Miksa Hungarian similar to God
Milan Czech The favoured or beloved one. Also see Milos.
Milbourn Old English From the millstream.
Milburn Old English From the millstream.
Miles Latin/Teutonic Latin: A soldier. Tuetonic: Merciful.
Milford Old English From the ford by the mill. A Welsh and New Zealand placename.
Milind Hindu  
Millard Old English The mill-keeper.
Miller Old English A graingrinder or miller.
Milo Latin/Teutonic Latin: A soldier. Tuetonic: Merciful.
Milos Czech Favoured. Also see Milan.
Milton Old English From the mill town.
Minar Aboriginal A mariner.
Minas Scottish Gaelic The great one.
Miner Latin youth
Minesh Hindu  
Ming Chinese After a dynasty.
Mingma Tibetan/Sherpa Born on a Tuesday.
Minos Greek The son of Zeus in Greek mythology.
Miro Aboriginal A throwing stick.
Miroslav Slavonic Great glory.
Mischa Hebrew Like the Lord.
Mitali Hindu friend
Mitch   Like the Lord.
Mitcham Old English The large homestead.
Mitchel Hebrew Like the Lord.
Mitchell Old English Like the Lord.
Mitesh Hindu  
Mladen Slavic forever in youth
Moffatt Scottish Gaelic From the long plain.
Mog high Lord  
Mogens Danish The great one.
Mogo Aboriginal A stone axe.
Mohammed Arabic The praised one. Also see Mahmood.
Mohan Sanskrit The bewitching one.
Mohin Hindu  
Mohinder Sanskrit The great God Indra (the God of the sky).
Mohit Hindu  
Molloy Irish Gaelic A venerable chieftain.
Monro Irish Gaelic From the mouth of the River Roe, in Ireland.
Monroe Irish Gaelic From the mouth of the River Roe, in Ireland.
Montague Old French Sharp cliff.
Montana   The name of an American State.
Montano   From Shakespeare's play Othello.
Monte   Sharp cliff.
Montego   Mountainous.
Montgomery Old French From the hill of the powerful man.
Monti Aboriginal A stork.
Montmorency Old French From the hill of Maurentius.
Monty   Sharp cliff.
Mopsa   From Shakespeare's play Winter's Tale
Mor Hungarian moorish
Moray Scottish Gaelic From the land by the sea. Derived from the region of Moray.
Morcum Cornish From the valley near the sea.
Mordecai Babylonian Or Hebrew A biblical name.
Mordred Teutonic Brave counsel. An Arthurian knight.
Morgan Welsh The bright sea. A boy or girl's name.
Moriarty Irish sea warrior
Morice Latin Dark-skinned, like a Moor. Also see Morrison.
Moritz German Dark-skinned, like a Moor. Also see Morrison.
Morland Old English From the moors.
Morley Old English From the clearing on the moor.
Morrell Latin Dark-skinned, like a Moor. Also see Morrison.
Morrie Latin Dark-skinned, like a Moor. Also see Morrison.
Morris Latin Dark-skinned, like a Moor. Also see Morrison.
Morrison Old English The son of Maurice. Dark-skinned, like a Moor.
Morry Latin Dark-skinned, like a Moor. Also see Morrison.
Morse Latin Dark-skinned, like a Moor. Also see Morrison.
Mort Middle English Stumpy. Also from the name Mortimer and Morton.
Morten Danish Of Mars, the Roman God of war. Also see Marius and Mark.
Mortimer Old French Lives near the sea.
Morton Old English From the town near the moor.
Morty   Lives near the sea.
Morven Gaelic A Scottish region. A boy or girl's name.
Moses Egyptian Drawn out of the water.
Moshe Jewish Drawn out of the water.
Mosi Swahili The firstborn.
Moss Egyptian Probably meaning born of the biblical patriarch who led the Israelites out of Egypt (Moses).
Mostyn Welsh From the field of the fortress.
Motega Native American new arrow
Moth   From Shakespeare's play Midsummer-Night's Dream and Love's Labour Lost.
Mountjoy   From Shakespeare's play Henry V.
Mowan Aboriginal The sun.
Mubarak Arabic Blessed. Fortunate.
Muhammad Arabic The praised one. Also see Mahmood.
Muir Scottish The moor.
Mukasa Ugandan God?s chief administrator
Mukhtar Arabic The chosen one.
Mukta Hindu means a pearl in Telugu
Mukul Hindu  
Mukunda Hindu  
Mulga Aboriginal An Acacia tree.
Mull Middle English grinder
Mullion Aboriginal An eagle. Also a Cornish placename.
Mumtaz Arabic  
Mungo Scottish Gaelic A dear friend.
Munro Irish Gaelic From the mouth of the River Roe, in Ireland.
Murdoch Scottish Gaelic A mariner.
Murdock Scottish victorious at sea
Murphy Irish Gaelic A warrior of the sea. A boy or girl's name.
Murray Scottish Gaelic From the land by the sea. Derived from the region of Moray.
Musa   An Arabic form of Moses.
Mustafa Arabic The chosen one.
Mustardseed   From Shakespeare's play Midsummer-Night's Dream.
Mutius   From Shakespeare's play Titus Andronicus.
Muzaffer Turkish  
Myall Aboriginal Wild and an Acacia tree. Also a form of Michael.
Myer Hebrew One who gives light.
Myles Latin/Teutonic Latin: A soldier. Tuetonic: Merciful.
Mylo Latin/Teutonic Latin: A soldier. Tuetonic: Merciful.
Mylor Celtic A Cornish placename.
Myron Greek Fragrant. From myrrh, an aromatic shrub. A boy or girl's name.

N

Naaman Hebrew Pleasant.
Nabendu Hindu  
Nabil Arabic Noble.
Nabulung African do not receive
Nachiketa Hindu Nachik
Nachmanke Hebrew compassionate one, one who comforts
Nadav Hebrew nobel, a generous one
Nadir Arabic Precious, rare.
Naeem North African benevolent
Nahum Hebrew The comforter.
Naimish Hindu  
Nairn Scottish Gaelic The dweller by the Alder tree. A placename.
Nakul Hindu  
Nalong Aboriginal The source of the river.
Nalren Dene Indian th is thawed out
Nambur Aboriginal A tea-tree.
Namdev Hindu poet, saint
Namid Native American A dancer.
Namir Hebrew Like a leopard.
Nanda Sanskrit Joy.
Nandin Hindu the delightful, follower of Shiva
Nandor Hungarian  
Nantan Apache Indian spokesman
Napoleon Greek Fierce one from Naples.
Narayan Sanskrit The son of man.
Narayana Hindu Vishnu
Narciso Latin a lily, daffodil
Narcissus Greek The flower. Also the name of the youth in Greek mythology who fell in love with his own reflection.
Nardu Aboriginal A plant with edible seeds.
Narendra Sanskrit The mighty man.
Naresh Hindu  
Narrah Aboriginal The sea.
Narsi Hindu poet, saint
Nartana Hindu makes others dance
Nash Old English cliff
Nasir Arabic The helper, the supporter.
Nassir Arabic protector
Nat   The gift of God. A biblical prophet.
Natal Spanish Christmas.
Natale Old French Christmas.
Natan Aboriginal A Figtree.
Nathan Hebrew The gift of God. A biblical prophet.
Nathaniel   Gift of God.
Naum Russian The comforter.
Naveen Hindu Navin
Nawang Tibetan/Sherpa The possessive one.
Nayan Hindu  
Neal Irish Gaelic The champion. Also see Nelson.
Neale Irish Gaelic The champion. Also see Nelson.
Ned Old English A rich guardian.
Neddie Old English A rich guardian.
Neddy Old English A rich guardian.
Nedim Turkish  
Neel Hindu blue
Neeraj Hindu  
Nehemiah Hebrew The consolation of the Lord.
Neil Irish Gaelic Champion.
Neill Irish Gaelic The champion. Also see Nelson.
Nek Italian Neko
Nelek Polish like a horn
Nelson English The son of Neal or Neil. The champion.
Nemo Latin no name, nobody
Neo Greek new
Nerang Aboriginal Little.
Nerhim Turkish  
Nero Latin Dark, or black-haired.
Neron Spanish strong, stern
Nesim Turkish  
Nesip Turkish  
Nestor Greek Wisdom.
Nevada Spanish Snow, or as white as snow. Also the name of an American state. A boy or girl's name.
Nevan Irish holy, little saint
Neville Old French From the new town or settlement.
Nevin Irish Gaelic The servant of the saints.
Newbold Old English From the new building.
Newell Old English From the new hall.
Newlyn Celtic The dweller at the new pool. A boy or girl's name.
Newman   New comer.
Newton Old English From the new town or estate.
Niall Irish Gaelic The champion. Also see Nelson.
Nic Latin Belonging to the Lord. St Dominic founded an important order of monks.
Nicholas Greek The victory of the people.
Nick Latin Belonging to the Lord.
Nickie Latin Belonging to the Lord. St Dominic founded an important order of monks.
Nickson Old English The son of Nicholas. The victory of the people.
Nicky Latin Belonging to the Lord. St Dominic founded an important order of monks.
Nico Italian The victory of the people.
Nicodemus Greek victory of the people
Nicol Scottish The victory of the people.
Nicolas Spanish The victory of the people.
Nieander Greek A man of victory.
Niel   The gift of God. From the name Nathen.
Niels Latin A horn.
Nieodemus Greek The conqueror for the people.
Nigel Latin Dark, black-haired.
Nihar Hindu mist, fog, dew
Nike Greek victory
Nikhil Hindu  
Nikita Russian/Greek Unconquered people. A boy or girl's name.
Niklaus Scandinavian The victory of the people.
Nikunj Hindu  
Nilay Hindu  
Nils Norwegian/Swedish The victory of the people.
Nilson English The son of Neal or Neil. The champion. Also from the famous British admiral, Lord Nelson.
Nima Tibetan/Sherpa Sun. A boy or girl's name.
Nimai Hindu name of Lord Krishna
Nimbus Latin rain cloud, halo
Nimesh Hindu  
Nimrod Hebrew Valiant, or great hunter.
Ninian Gaelic The name of a 5th century saint.
Nino Italian God is gracious. From the name Gianni and Giovanni.
Nioka Aboriginal Green hills.
Niraj Hindu lotus flower
Niramitra Hindu son of pandava Sahadeva
Niran Thai Eternal.
Niranjan Hindu  
Nirav Hindu  
Nirel Hebrew God?s field
Nishad Hindu the musical note Ni
Nishan Armenian A sign.
Nisi Hebrew emblem
Nitesh Hindu  
Niven Irish Gaelic The servant of the saints.
Nivens Irish Gaelic The servant of the saints.
Nixon Old English The son of Nicholas. The victory of the people.
Noadiah Hebrew God assembles
Noah Hebrew Rest, peace.
Noam Hebrew Pleasant.
Noble Latin Famous, noble.
Nodin Native American wind
Noe Spanish peace, rest
Noel Old French Christmas.
Noi Laos small
Nolan Irish Gaelic Famous, a champion.
Norbert Teutonic Light or brilliance from the North.
Norbu Tibetan/Sherpa A precious gem.
Norm   Norseman or ruler.
Norman Teutonic Norseman or ruler.
Normand   Norseman or ruler.
Norris   Norseman or ruler.
North Old English from the north
Northclif Old English From the north cliff.
Northrop Old English From the Northern farm.
Norton Old English From the Northern farm or town.
Norville Old English From the Northern farm or town.
Norvin Old English A friend from the north.
Norwell Old English From the north spring or well.
Norwood Old English From the Northern forest. Also a guard at the North gate.
Nowell Old French Christmas.
Nowra Aboriginal A black cockatoo. A town in NSW.
Nuncio Italian A messenger.
Nur Hebrew Fire.
Nurhan Turkish  
Nuri Arabic fire
Nye Welsh Truly golden.
Nyek Hungarian borderlands
Nyle Old English island
Nym   From Shakespeare's play Henry V and Merry Wives of Windsor.