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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.

 

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Origin: Irish/Scottish


Meaning:A man of the red earth. According to the Bible, the first man.

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