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British Boy Names Starting with A

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Name Meaning
A'legend The name Legend is primarily a male name of English origin that means History, Story, Myth
Aaronandre Aaronandre
Aarondonald Aarondonald
Abad father or priest
Abbot Father
Abbott Father
Abot father or priest
Abott Father, Leader
Accerly oak meadow
Acee number one or the best
Acer Of English origin and a variant of the Old English name Acey which means 'number one, the best'.
Acey One, Unity
Acie number one or the best
Ackerlea oak meadow
Ackerleigh oak meadow
Ackerley Meadow of oaks
Ackerly oak meadow
Acklea oak meadow
Ackleigh oak meadow
Ackley Meadow of oaks
Acklie oak meadow
Acton Town with many oaks
Adamson Created by God
Adamsson son of Adam
Addamson son of Adam
Addison From an English surname meaning "son of ADAM". Its recent popularity as a feminine name stems from its similarity in sound to Madison.
Addyson Feminine variant of ADDISON.
Adelhard noble and brave
Adison Adam's son
Admiral Admiral
Adney the noble's island
Aelfgar Aelfgar
Aelfhere Aelfhere
Aelfraed Elf counselor
Aelfwine Friend of the elves
Aethelred noble counsel
Aethelwolf noble wolf
Aethelwulf noble wolf
Afton River name
Ahlfred elf or magical counsel
Aicken made of oak
Aiken Sturdy, Oaken
Aikin made of oak
Ailfred elf or magical counsel
Ailfrid elf or magical counsel
Ailfryd elf or magical counsel
Aillmer noble and renowned
Ailmer noble and renowned
Ailwyn elf or magical being
Aimory Industrious ruler
Ainslea hermitage field
Ainslee Variant of AINSLEY.
Ainsleigh only hermitage wood or clearing
Ainsley From a surname which was from a place name: either Annesley in Nottinghamshire or Ansley in Warwickshire. The place names themselves derive from Old E
Ainslie Variant of AINSLEY.
Ainsly My meadow
Ainsworth My meadow
Albaro elf or magical army
Alben White, Fair
Albin Form of ALBINUS.
Albinson white or pale-skinned
Albyn white or pale-skinned
Alcot Old cottage
Alcott Old cottage
Aldan A variant spelling of the Old English name Alden, meaning 'old friend'.
Alden From a surname which was derived from the Old English given name EALDWINE.
Aldford the old river-ford
Aldin Bosian form of ALA AL-DIN.
Aldred Old king
Aldric From a Germanic name, derived from the elements ald "old" and ric "ruler, power". Saint Aldric was a 9th-century bishop of Le Mans.
Aldrich Old king
Aldridge Old king
Aldrige old
Aldrin old
Aldritch old
Aldwin From a Germanic name, derived from the elements ald "old" and win "friend".
Aldwinn old friend
Aldwinne old friend
Aldwyn old friend
Aldwynn old friend
Aldwynne old friend
Alf Wise counsel
Alfeo Italian form of ALPHAEUS.
Alfey elf or magical counsel
Alford the old river-ford
Alfred Meaning & History
Alfredas Lithuanian form of ALFRED.
Alfredo Italian, Spanish and Portuguese form of ALFRED.
Alfredos elf or magical counsel
Alfrey elf or magical counsel
Alga elf spear
Algar Means "elf spear" from Old English ælf "elf" and gar "spear". This Old English name was rarely used after the Norman conquest, being absorbed by simil
Alger From a surname which was derived from the given name ALGAR.
Alhard noble and brave
Alhart noble and brave
Alkott the old cottage
Allard Dutch form of ADALHARD.
Allart noble and brave
Allcot the old cottage
Allcott the old cottage

British Boy Names Starting with B

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Name Meaning
Babsen son of Barbara
Babson son of Barbara
Babsson son of Barbara
Baby Unknown
Badger Badger
Bail berry clearing or bailiff
Bailee Variant of BAILEY.
Baileigh Unknown
Bailey From a surname derived from Middle English baili meaning "bailiff", originally denoting one who was a bailiff.
Bailie Of Old English origin meaning 'baliff, berry wood' a variation of the name Bailey.
Baillee berry clearing or bailiff
Baillie Unknown
Baily From the Old English term 'baile' meaning 'the outer wall of a castle'.
Bake baker
Baker Baker
Balder Means "prince" from Old Norse. In Norse mythology Balder was the son of Odin and Frigg. Because of the disturbing dreams he had when he was young, his
Baldor courageous army
Baldur German and Icelandic form of BALDER.
Bale Home of the Mutima clan
Baley berry clearing or bailiff
Bali Mighty warrior, Brave, Powerful, Strength, Offering
Ban Father of Lancelot
Bancrofft field of beans
Bancroft From the bean field
Banfield field of beans
Bank field of beans
Barden Lives near the boar's den
Bardolf Ax wolf
Bardolph Appeared in Merry Wives of Windsor, Henry V
Bardou axe-wolf
Bardoul axe-wolf
Bardulf Ax wolf
Bardulph axe-wolf
Baret bear power
Barker Barker
Barksdale Birch meadow
Barlow Lives on the bare hill
Barlowe the bare hillside
Barnes near the barns
Barnet Noble man
Barnett Noble man
Barnham warrior or homestead
Barnum From the nobleman's home
Baronet burned clearing
Baronett burned clearing
Barric Grain farm
Barrick Grain farm
Barrington Fair-haired, Blonde
Barrlow the bare hillside
Barrton barley settlement
Barten barley settlement
Barton From the barley farm
Basset little person
Bassett Appeared in King Henry VI
Baudier courageous army
Bax Baker
Baxlea baker's meadow
Baxlee baker's meadow
Baxley Baker
Baxlie baker's meadow
Baxly baker's meadow
Baxter From an occupational surname which meant "(female) baker" in Old English.
Baylee Variant of BAILEY.
Bayley Bailiff, Fortification, Able
Bayly berry clearing or bailiff
Bea Short form of BEATRIX.
Beach near the beech trees
Beacher Dweller by the beech tree
Beachy near the beech trees
Beacon signal light
Beaman Beekeeper
Beamann beekeeper
Beamen beekeeper
Beamer Trumpeter
Beamon beekeeper
Beasley meadow of peas
Beaslie meadow of peas
Beasly meadow of peas
Beckett From an English surname which could be derived from various sources, including from Middle English beke meaning "beak" or bekke meaning "stream, brook
Beda Warrior maiden
Bede Modern form of the Old English name Baeda, possibly related to Old English bed "prayer". Saint Bede, called the Venerable Bede, was an 8th-century his
Beebe bee farmer
Beech near the beech trees
Beecher Dweller by the beech tree
Beechy near the beech trees
Beeman Beekeeper
Beemer trumpet player
Beemon beekeeper
Beirney island of the brook
Beirnie island of the brook
Bellton beautiful town
Belton beautiful town
Bensen Ben's son, Excellent son
Benson Ben's son, Excellent son
Benssen son of Ben
Bensson son of Ben
Bentleigh From the bent grass meadow
Bentley From the surname and place name meaning 'clearing covered with bent grass' .
Bentlie bent grass meadow
Bently bent grass meadow

British Boy Names Starting with C

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Name Meaning
Cadbee fighting man's settlement
Cadbey fighting man's settlement
Cadbie fighting man's settlement
Cadby From the warrior's settlement
Caddaric Battle leader
Caddice worsted fabric
Caddis worsted fabric
Caddiss worsted fabric
Cael From Gaelic caol "slender". In Irish legend Cáel was a warrior of the Fianna and the lover of Créd.
Caile courageous
Caine Place name
Cal Short form of CALVIN.
Calbert Cowherd, Cowboy
Caldwell From the cold spring
Calvert Cowherd, Cowboy
Campian champion
Campion champion
Canbey settlement near the reeds
Canbie settlement near the reeds
Canby settlement near the reeds
Canfield field of reeds
Capel one who works at the chapel
Capell one who works at the chapel
Capello one who works at the chapel
Cappel one who works at the chapel
Card wood carder
Carden From the black fortress
Cardin wood carder
Cardon wood carder
Carleton Variant of CHARLTON.
Carlile fort at Luguvalium
Carlisle From a surname which was derived from the name of a city in northern England. The city was originally called by the Romans Luguvalium meaning "strongh
Carlton Variant of CHARLTON.
Carlyle Variant of CARLISLE.
Carne defender of the castle
Carnelle defender of the castle
Carrington Place name
Carsey Carsey
Carston free peasant settlement
Carswell Lives at the watercress spring
Carter From an English surname which meant "one who uses a cart".
Cartier one who transports goods
Cartrell one who transports goods
Carver From an English surname which meant "wood carver".
Caryngton Charles' town
Cassie Diminutive of CASSANDRA and other names beginning with Cass.
Caswell well where the watercress grows
Cayle Brave
Ced kindly and loved
Cedric Bounty, Spectacle, Founder
Cedrick Bounty, Spectacle, Founder
Cedrik kindly and loved
Cerdic Name of a king
Chad Name of a saint
Chadd defender or protector
Chaddie defender or protector
Chadric defender or protector
Chadrick defender or protector
Chadwick Warlike, Warrior
Chadwyck dairy farm of Ceadda
Chalklea chalk meadow
Chalkley chalk meadow
Chalklie chalk meadow
Chambellan chief officer of the household
Chamberlain chief officer of the household
Chamberlin chief officer of the household
Champ warrior
Champeon warrior
Champion warrior
Chance Unknown
Chancey Chancellor
Chanse good fortune
Chantz good fortune
Chanze good fortune
Chap peddler, trader
Chaplain secretary
Chaplin secretary
Chaplinn secretary
Chapman Merchant
Chappel From the chapel
Chappelin secretary
Chappell From the chapel
Chappy peddler, trader
Chaps one who works at the chapel
Charleston Strong, Manly
Charleton From Charles's farm
Charlton Strong, Manly
Charmar charm
Charmine Petite, Feminine
Chauncey Fortune, A gamble
Chauncy Fortune, A gamble
Chaunsey Chaunsey
Chaunsy Chaunsy
Chawncey fortune or a gamble
Chelcie chalk landing place
Chels chalk landing place
Chelsea River landing place, Port
Chelsee Variation of the name Chelsea, meaning 'chalk landing place'.
Chelsey Place name
Chelsie Place name

British Boy Names Starting with D

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Name Meaning
Dael Lives in the valley
Dagwood shining forest
Dail valley
Dain From Denmark
Dainard bold Dane
Daine From Denmark
Dainehard bold Dane
Dainhard bold Dane
Daisy Derived from Irish Gaelic dáire meaning "fruitful, fertile".
Dalbert Proud
Dale From an English surname which originally belonged to a person who lived near a dale or valley.
Dalen Angel from God
Daleton from the valley town; the settlement in the valley
Dalle valley
Dallin Valley
Dallton from the valley town; the settlement in the valley
Dalten from the valley town; the settlement in the valley
Dalton From an English surname which was originally from a place name meaning "valley town" in Old English. A notable bearer of the surname was John Dalton (
Dana Learned, Intelligent, Grain, Wise, Another name for God
Danah From Denmark
Dane From an English surname which was either a variant of the surname DEAN or else an ethnic name referring to a person from Denmark.
Daneard bold Dane
Daneardt bold Dane
Danehard bold Dane
Danehardt bold Dane
Danforth Danforth
Danna Feminine form of DANIEL or DAN (1).
Dannah A Biblical place name, God will judge
Dannee God will judge
Dannell God will judge
Danon From Denmark
Daquan Combination of the popular name elements Da and quan.
Daran Great
Darb deer park
Darby From an English surname, which was derived from the name of the town of Derby, meaning "deer town" in Old Norse.
Darelle Tenderly beloved, Little darling
Darille Darille
Darin Variant of DARREN. This was the adopted surname of the singer Bobby Darin (1936-1973), who was born Robert Cassotto and chose his stage name from a st
Darla Short form of DARLENE.
Darlene From the English word darling combined with the popular name suffix lene. This name has been in use since the beginning of the 20th century.
Darline Darling
Darlyn dearling; darling
Darnall From Darnall
Darneil Hidden
Darnel Hidden
Darnell From a surname, possibly derived from Old French darnel, a type of grass. Alternatively it may be derived from Old English derne "hidden" and halh "no
Darnelle hidden nook
Darnley grassy meadow
Darro spear
Darrow spear
Darryl Variant of DARRELL.
Dart Dart
Darton From the deer park
Darvin Beloved
Darwin Beloved friend
Darwon dear friend
Darwyn Beloved friend
Daryle Dearly loved, Open
Daryll Beloved
Daryn Daryn
Daulton from the valley town; the settlement in the valley
Davis From a surname which was derived from the given name DAVID. A famous bearer of the surname was Jefferson Davis (1808-1889), the only president of the
Davison Beloved
Daviss son of David
Daw Medieval diminutive of DAVID.
Dawe son of David
Dawes Beloved one
Dawn From the English word dawn, ultimately derived from Old English dagung.
Dawsen Dawsen
Dawson From a surname meaning "son of DAVID". This name was popularized in the late 1990s by the television drama 'Dawson's Creek'.
Dawssen Dawssen
Day Day, Brightness, New day, Dane's joy
Dayana valley; church leader
Daye day
Dayle Lives in the valley
Dayna Feminine variant of DANA (2).
Daynard bold Dane
Dayne From Denmark
Dayner From Denmark
Daysi Day's eye, Flower name
Dayson Beloved
Daytan Daytan
Dayten Dayten
Dayton From an English surname which was derived from a place name which possibly meant either "dairy town" or "ditch town" in Old English.
Dean Religion
Deane Presiding official, Valley
Deanna Either a variant of DIANA or a feminine form of DEAN. This name was popularized by the Canadian actress and singer Deanna Durbin (1921-), whose birth
Deanne Variant of DEANNA.
Dearborn From the deer brook
Dearbourn brook of the deer
Dearburne brook of the deer
Deavon Place name
Deems Judge's son
Deen Religion, Faith, Belief
Deerborn brook of the deer
Defforest living near the forest
DeForest From a French surname meaning "from the forest". It was originally given in honour of American author John Deforest (1826-1906).
Delbert Proud, Noble, Bright
Dell Of nobility
Delman From the valley

British Boy Names Starting with E

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Name Meaning
Eadgar Old English form of EDGAR.
Eadie Of Old English origin meaning 'rich in war'. Eadie is the short or pet form of the feminine name Edith and a variant spelling of Edie.
Eadmund Old English form of EDMUND.
Eadward Guardian
Eadweard Old English form of EDWARD.
Eadwinn wealthy friend
Ealdraed old counsel
Earl From the aristocratic title, which derives from Old English eorl "nobleman, warrior". It has been used as a given name since the 19th century.
Earland earl's land
Earle Variant of EARL.
Earley eagle wood
Earlham earl's village
Earlie nobleman, warrior, prince; eagle wood
Earlston earl's settlement
Earlton earl's settlement
Early eagle wood
Eastman man from the East
Easton From an English surname which was derived from place names meaning "east town" in Old English.
Eaton From the riverside village
Eatton island settlement
Ed Short form of EDWARD, EDMUND, and other names beginning with Ed.
Eda Wealthy guardian
Edbert Wealthy
Edd Edd
Eddie Diminutive of EDWARD, EDMUND, and other names beginning with Ed.
Eddison Ed's son
Eddrick Power and good fortune
Eddy Diminutive of EDWARD, EDMUND, and other names beginning with Ed.
Ede Diminutive of EDVÁRD or EDUÁRD.
Ederic rich and powerful
Ederick rich and powerful
Edgar The name Edgar is derived from the Old English name 'Eadgar' meaning 'riches' and 'spear'. Edgar was the name of an English King and Saint Edgar the P
Edgard French variant of EDGAR.
Edgardo Spanish and Italian form of EDGAR.
Edgerton Prosperous warrior
Edie Diminutive of EDITH.
Edik wealthy guard
Edina Possibly a Hungarian form of a Germanic name.
Edison From an English surname which meant either "son of EDA (2)" or "son of ADAM". A famous bearer of the surname was the inventor Thomas Edison (1847-1931
Edith From the Old English name Eadgyð, derived from the elements ead "wealth, fortune" and gyð "war". It was popular among Anglo-Saxon royalty, being bor
Edlin Wealthy friend
Edlyn Wealthy friend
Edmar wealthy sea
Edmon Prosperous guardian
Edmond French form of EDMUND. A notable bearer was the English astronomer Edmond Halley (1656-1742), for whom Halley's comet is named.
Edmondo Italian form of EDMUND.
Edmund From the Old English elements ead "wealth, fortune" and mund "protection". This was the name of two Anglo-Saxon kings of England. It was also borne by
Edmundo Spanish and Portuguese form of EDMUND.
Edouard French form of EDWARD.
Edra Powerful
Edric From the Old English elements ead "wealth, fortune" and ric "rule". After the Norman conquest this Old English name was not commonly used. It has occa
Edrich rich and powerful
Edrick Power and good fortune
Edrik Wealthy ruler
Edson Son of the Prosperous warrior
Eduard Form of EDWARD.
Eduardo Spanish and Portuguese form of EDWARD.
Eduino wealthy friend
Edvard Form of EDWARD.
Edvardas wealthy guard
Edward wealthy guard
Edwardo Guardian of prosperity, Guardian of the mists
Edwards Unknown
Edwin Means "rich friend" from the Old English elements ead "wealth, fortune" and wine "friend". This was the name of a 7th-century Northumbrian king, regar
Edwina Feminine form of EDWIN.
Edwine wealthy friend
Edwyn Variant of EDWIN.
Edy strife for wealth
Egbert Means "bright edge" from the Old English elements ecg "edge of a sword" and beorht "bright". This was the name of kings of Kent and Wessex as well as
Egerton From the town on the ridge
Elber noble, bright, and famous
Elbert Dutch variant of ADELBERT.
Elbridge Old counsel
Elden From the elves' valley, From the old town
Elder Variant of HÉLDER.
Eldon From a surname which was from a place name meaning "Ella's hill" in Old English.
Eldor elder trees
Eldred From an English surname which was derived from EALDRÆD.
Eldrid old counsel
Eldritch old
Eldwin Old and wise rule
Eldwyn Wise advisor
Eldwynn old friend
Elemer noble or famous
Elford old ford
Elfred Wise counsel
Elgar Noble warrior
Elger Noble warrior
Elison son of Ellis
Elisson son of Ellis
Ellary Lives near the elder tree, Cheerful
Ellbridge plank bridge or old bridge
Elldred old counsel
Elldrich old
Ellerey alder tree
Ellery Lives by the alder tree
Ellesmere Ellis' pond
Ellford old ford
Ellgar elf spear
Ellger elf spear

British Boy Names Starting with F

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Name Meaning
Factor businessman
Fain Joyful
Faine Good natured
Fairbanks bank along the pathway
Fairchild fair-haired child
Fairfax Blond
Fairlay meadow of the sheep or meadow of the bulls
Fairlee meadow of the sheep or meadow of the bulls
Fairleigh Distant meadow
Fairlie From the bull's pasture
Faith Simply from the English word faith, ultimately from Latin fidere "to trust". This was one of the virtue names adopted by the Puritans in the 17th cent
Fallow the fallow field
Fallows the fallow field
Fane Diminutive of TEFAN.
Farah Means "joy" in Arabic.
Faramond Variant of FARAMUND.
Faramund Derived from the Germanic elements fara "journey" and mund "protection". This was the name of a semi-legendary 5th-century king of the Franks.
Faren Adventurous
Farin Adventurous
Faris Horseman, Knight, Intelligent
Farlay meadow of the sheep or meadow of the bulls
Farlee meadow of the sheep or meadow of the bulls
Farleigh From the bull's pasture
Farley From a surname which was originally from a place name meaning "fern clearing" in Old English. A notable bearer of this name is Canadian author Farley
Farlie meadow of the sheep or meadow of the bulls
Farlow From the bull's pasture
Farly From the bull's pasture
Farmer farmer
Farnall the fern hill
Farnam meadow with ferns
Farnell From the fern slope
Farnham From the fern field
Farnlea fern meadow
Farnlee field with ferns; fern meadow
Farnleigh field with ferns or fern meadow
Farnley field with ferns
Farnly From the fern meadow
Farnum meadow with ferns
Faro Reference to the card game faro.
Farold Powerful traveler
Faron From a French surname which was derived from the Germanic given name Faro.
Farr Traveler
Farra Beautiful
Farrah Variant transcription of FARAH.
Farrar Blacksmith
Farren The land
Farrer blacksmith
Farrier Blacksmith
Farrimond traveler's protection
Farrimund traveler's protection
Farrin Adventurous
Farris Strong as iron
Farrleigh meadow of the sheep or meadow of the bulls
Farrley meadow of the sheep or meadow of the bulls
Farron Blacksmith
Farryn Adventurous
Fawke folk or people
Faxon Long haired
Fayth Faithful
Fe Trust
Feilding the field
Felten settlement on the field
Feltin settlement on the field
Felton From the field estate
Fenton From a surname which was originally taken from a place name meaning "marsh town" in Old English.
Fenwick village on the marsh
Fern From the English word for the plant, ultimately from Old English fearn. It has been used as a given name since the late 19th century.
Fernald From the fern slope
Fernham meadow with ferns
Fernlea field with ferns or fern meadow
Fernlee fern meadow
Fernleigh field with ferns or fern meadow
Fernley fern meadow
Fernly Leafy plant
Ferrar blacksmith
Ferrars blacksmith
Ferrer From a surname which meant "blacksmith" in Catalan. This name is often given in honour of Saint Vicente Ferrer, a 14th-century missionary who is the p
Ferrier blacksmith
Ferron Ironworker
Ferryn Adventurous
Field Field
Fielder Field
Fielding Lives in the field
Fillmore very famous
Filmer Famous
Filmore Famous
Fischer fisherman
Fish fisherman
Fisher fisherman
Fisk Fisherman
Fiske Fish
Fisscher fisherman
Fitch Ermine
Flecher arrow-maker
Fleetwood woods with the stream
Fleming Dutchman
Flemming A native of Flanders
Flemmyng man from Flanders
Flemyng man from Flanders
Fletcher Arrow maker

British Boy Names Starting with G

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Name Meaning
Gabbo scoff, joke
Gaillard brave, cheerful, spirited
Gaillardet brave, cheerful, or spirited
Gaillhard brave, cheerful, or spirited
Gallton owner of a rented land
Galt From the high ground
Galten owner of a rented land
Galton From the town on the high ground
Gard Keeper of the garden
Gardell keeper of the garden
Gardener keeper of the garden
Gardenner keeper of the garden
Gardiner Keeper of the garden
Gardnar keeper of the garden
Gardnard Gardener
Gardner Gardener
Gared Rules by the spear
Garek spear-rule
Garey Variant of GARY.
Garfield From a surname meaning "triangle field" in Old English. A famous bearer was American president James A. Garfield (1831-1881). It is now associated wit
Gari spear
Garman Speannan
Garmen spearman
Garmin spearman
Garmon spearman
Garnar to gather grain
Garner Granary
Garnet Keeper of grain
Garnier Medieval French form of WERNER.
Garrad Rules by the spear
Garrard Rules by the spear
Garrat spear brave
Garratt spear brave
Garraway spear-fighter
Garreck spear-rule
Garred Rules by the spear
Garrey Spear
Garrick From a surname which was originally derived from Occitan garric meaning "oak tree grove".
Garrie Spear bearer
Garrik spear-rule
Garrison Spear-fortified town
Garrisson spear-fortified town, protection, or stronghold
Garroway Spear fighter
Garry Variant of GARY.
Garryck spear-rule
Garryk spear-rule
Garson Son of Gar
Garton Lives in the triangular farm stead
Garvan Anglicized form of GARBHÁN.
Garven spear-friend
Garvin Rough, Rugged
Garvyn Spear friend
Garwen spear-friend
Garwin Friend with a spear
Garwyn Friend with a spear
Garwynn spear-friend
Gary From an English surname which was derived from a Norman given name, which was itself originally a short form of names beginning with the Germanic elem
Gayle Variant of GAIL or GALE (2).
Gearard spear brave
Gearey variable
Geary Flexible
Genna White wave
Gentry of gentle, good breeding, or high social position
Gerall strong or open minded
Gerard Derived from the Germanic element ger meaning "spear" combined with hard meaning "brave, hardy". The Normans introduced this name to Britain. It was i
Gerardo Italian and Spanish form of GERARD.
Gerhardt German variant form of GERARD.
Gerhart Rules by the spear
Geri Rules by the spear
Gerrall spear ruler
Gerred Rules by the spear
Gerrey the Lord exalts
Gerry Rules by the spear
Gherardo Spear hard
Gibbe son of Gilbert
Gibbons son of Gilbert
Gibbs son of Gilbert
Gibby son of Gilbert
Gibson Happiness
Giffard brave giver or puffy-faced
Gifferd brave giver; puffy-faced
Gifford Chubby cheeks
Gilford From Gill'S ford
Gillson son of Gilbert
Gilmer Famous hostage
Gilson son of Gilbert
Gipsy Wandering tribe
Girard Rules by the spear
Glade shining
Glades shining
Gladstone kite-shaped stone
Gladwin lighthearted friend
Gladwinn lighthearted friend
Gladwyn Happy friend
Gladwynne lighthearted friend
Glenavin valley near the Avon
Glenavon valley near the Avon
Glennavin valley near the Avon
Glennavon valley near the Avon
Glover maker of gloves

British Boy Names Starting with H

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Name Meaning
Haddan hill of heather
Hadden Child of the heather-filled valley
Haddin hill of heather
Haddon hill of heather
Haden Derived from Old English origin meaning 'child from the heather hill'.
Hadlee heather meadow
Hadleigh heather meadow
Hadley From an English surname which was derived from a place name meaning "heather field" in Old English.
Hadon
Hadwin War friend
Hadwinn friend in war
Hadwyn War friend
Hadwynne friend in war
Haglea enclosed meadow
Haglee enclosed meadow
Hagleigh enclosed meadow
Hagley From the hedged enclosure
Hagly From the hedged enclosure
Haig Variant transcription of HAYK.
Hailee Variant of HAYLEY.
Haileigh hay meadow
Hailey Variant of HAYLEY.
Hal Medieval diminutive of HARRY.
Halbert Brilliant hero
Halburt Brilliant hero
Hale Hero, Army ruler
Halea hay meadow
Haleigh Variant of HAYLEY.
Halen hero or from the hall
Haley Variant of HAYLEY.
Halford From the hall by the ford
Halie hay meadow
Hall From a surname which was derived from Old English heall "manor, hall", originally belonging to a person who lived or worked in a manor.
Hallam From a surname which was derived from a place name meaning either "at the rocks" or "at the nook" in Old English.
Hallem the valley
Hallen hero or from the hall
Hallewell holy well
Hallford valley ford or Hal's ford
Halliwell holy well
Hallowell holy well
Hallsey Hal's island
Hallstead the manor grounds
Hallsted the manor grounds
Hallsy Hal's island
Hallton estate on the hill
Hallward guardian of the hall
Halsey From Hal's island
Halstead From the manor house
Halsted the manor grounds
Halsy Hal's island
Halten estate on the hill
Halton From the hillslope estate
Halward guardian of the hall
Halwerd guardian of the hall
Hamel flat-topped hill or scarred
Hamell scarred
Hamelton flat-topped hill
Hamil flat-topped hill
Hamill scarred
Hamilton From a surname which was derived from Old English hamel "crooked, mutilated" and dun "hill". The surname was originally taken from the name of a town
Hammill scarred
Hampden home in the valley
Hampten home settlement
Hampton Place name
Hancock Hancock
Handcock gatherer of shellfish
Handlea high meadow
Handleigh high meadow
Handley high meadow
Hanford From the high ford
Hanlea high meadow
Hanlee high meadow
Hanleigh high meadow
Hanley From the high meadow
Hanly From the high meadow
Happy Happy
Harden From the hare's valley
Hardin From the hare's valley
Harding From an English surname which was derived from the Old English given name HEARD. A famous bearer of the surname was American president Warren G. Hardi
Hardinge son of the courageous one
Hardon valley of the hares
Hardwen courageous friend
Hardwick courageous one's settlement
Hardwin Old Germanic form of HARTWIN.
Hardwinn courageous friend
Hardwyn Brave friend
Hardwynn courageous friend
Harewood wood of the hares
Harford From the hare's ford
Harfurd ford of the hares
Hargrave grove of the hares
Hargreaves grove of the hares
Hargrove From the hare's grove
Harlan From a surname which was from a place name meaning "hare land" in Old English. In America it has sometimes been given in honour of Supreme Court justi
Harland From a surname which was a variant of HARLAN.
Harlee hare meadow
Harleen From the hare's meadow
Harleigh From the hare's meadow
Harlen From the hare's meadow
Harlenn army land

British Boy Names Starting with I

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Name Meaning
Ilena Giver of life
Inda The country India
India From the name of the country, which is itself derived from the name of the Indus River. The river's name is ultimately from Sanskrit (Sindhu) meaning
Indya Indya
Inglebert Divinely brilliant
Inman innkeeper
Innman innkeeper
Irl nobleman
Irwin Sea friend
Irwinn boar friend
Irwyn Sea friend
Isham From the iron one's estate
Ivey Ivy, A climbing evergreen ornamental plant
Ivie Ivy, A climbing evergreen ornamental plant
Ivy From the old English for an evergreen, climbing shrub. Means fidelity and eternity.

British Boy Names Starting with J

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Name Meaning
Jacian the Lord is my salvation
Jack A variant of the name 'Jackson' and a pet name for the name 'John'. In the middle ages it was so common it became a term to mean 'man' or 'boy'.
Jackman God is gracious
Jacksen son of Jack
Jackson From an English surname meaning "son of JACK". A famous bearer of the surname was American president Andrew Jackson (1767-1845).
Jacq God is gracious
Jacqin God is gracious
Jacson son of Jack
Jada Wise
Jadee Goodness
Jadeyn precious stone
Jadien precious stone
Jadine precious stone
Jady The gemstone jade, The color green
Jaeda Goodness
Jagger Strong, Loyal
Jago Cornish form of JACOB.
Jaice healer or the Lord is salvation
Jaida Variant of JADA (1).
Jaide Goodness
Jaimison son of James
Jak God is gracious
Jake Medieval variant of JACK. It is also sometimes used as a short form of JACOB.
Jakson son of Jack
Jameson From an English surname meaning "son of JAMES".
Jamieson Supplanter
Janine Variant of JEANNINE. It has only been in use since the 20th century.
Jarard spear or brave
Jarel Strong, Open-minded
Jarell Jarell
Jarrel Strong, Open-minded
Jarrett From a surname which was a variant of GARRETT.
Jarrod Variant of JARED.
Jarryd spear ruler
Jarryl spear ruler
Jaryl Strong, Open-minded
Jax Short form of JACKSON.
Jaxen son of Jack
Jaxon Variant of JACKSON.
Jaxson Variant of JACKSON.
Jayda Variant of JADA (1).
Jayde Variant of JADE.
Jaydee The gemstone jade, The color green
Jeanelle God is gracious
Jeffers son of Jeffrey
Jefferson Son of Geoffrey
Jeffersson son of Jeffrey
Jeffey son of Jeffrey
Jefford Place name
Jemma From the Italian meaning 'precious stone'. It is a variant of the name 'Jemima'
Jenarae God is gracious, Fair one
Jenise Jenise
Jennelle Gracious, Merciful, God is gracious
Jennis God is gracious, Fair one
Jenny Jenny was first used as diminutive of the name Jane. It is a pet name of Jennifer. The Celtic meaning is 'lady of the people' and the Hebrew meaning i
Jerald Jerald
Jeraldo spear ruler
Jerall strong or open minded
Jerarrd spear brave
Jerel Strong, Open-minded
Jeril strong or open minded
Jeroll strong or open minded
Jerrald Rules by the spear
Jerrall strong or open minded
Jerre exalted of the Lord
Jerrel Strong, Open-minded
Jerrell Strong, Open-minded
Jerrill strong or open minded
Jerrod Rules by the spear
Jerroll strong or open minded
Jerry This name can be a pet form of the name Jeremy or Jeremiah, from the Hebrew meaning 'exalted by God' , or a pet form of the name Gerald, meaning 'brav
Jerryd spear ruler
Jerryl Strong, Open-minded
Jeryl Strong, Open-minded
Jodey Jehovah increases
Joe God wiIl multiply
Joemar Jehovah increases
Johnson God is merciful
Johnston From John's farm
Joiner carpenter
Jomar God wiIl multiply
Jon-Carlo God is gracious or gift of God
Jon-Corey God is gracious or gift of God
Jon-David God is gracious or gift of God
Jon-Luke God is gracious or gift of God
Jon-Paul God is gracious or gift of God
Jonn God is merciful
Jonny The name Jonny means 'gracious' and 'merciful' and is a variant of several other names. It is used independently, and also as a pet name.
Jonson son of John
Jontae God is gracious or gift of God
Josie From the Hebrew 'Yahweh will add (another son)"
Journey Trip or expedition
Joyner carpenter
Justice Justice

British Boy Names Starting with K

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Name Meaning
Kail bold
Kasse Kasse
Kassidy Variant of CASSIDY.
Katelinn Pure, Innocent
Katie Diminutive of KATE.
Katlyn Variant of CAITLIN.
Katlynne Pure, Innocent
Keaton From Old English origin meaning shed town, derived from the word tun which translates as 'town, settlement, homestead'
Keats Keats
Keddrick Bounty, Spectacle, Founder
Kedric Bounty, Spectacle, Founder
Kedrick Bounty, Spectacle, Founder
Keeton place of hawks
Kelcey Brave
Kelcie Unknown
Kelcy Brave
Keldon town of the keels
Kellsie Brave
Kelltin town of the keels
Kellton town of the keels
Kellven friend of ships
Kelsea victorious ship
Kelsey From Old English Language - "Ceol" means "Ship" and "Sige" means "Victory".
Kelsi Ceol's island, Beautiful island
Kelsie Ceol's island, Beautiful island
Kelsy Unknown
Kelten town of the keels
Keltin town of the keels
Kelton From the ship's island, Shipping harbor
Keltonn town of the keels
Kelvan Name of a river, From the narrow river
Kelven River man
Kelvin Name of a river, From the narrow river
Kelvon friend of ships
Kelvyn Name of a river, From the narrow river
Kelwin Name of a river, From the narrow river
Kelwinn friend of ships
Kelwyn Name of a river, From the narrow river
Kemp Warrior
Kempton from the warrior's settlement
Kendahl the Kent river valley
Kendal Royal valley
Kendale Royal valley
Kendall Royal valley
Kendel Ruler of the valley
Kendell Royal valley
Kendill the Kent river valley
Kendle the Kent river valley
Kendon brave guard
Kendyl Royal valley referring to Kent in England.
Kenelm Defends the family
Kenhelm brave helmet
Kenlea the king's meadow
Kenlee the king's meadow
Kenleigh the king's meadow
Kenley Unknown
Kenlie the king's meadow
Kenly Dweller at the king's meadow
Kennaird brave guard
Kennard Strong
Kennelm brave helmet
Kenner brave guard
Kenney Handsome
Kennie handsome
Kennt edge
Kent From Kent
Kentan the royal settlement
Kentin the royal settlement
Kenton From Kent
Kentrell Royal chieftain
Kentt edge
Kenward Bold guardian
Kenway Chief hero
Kerrick King's rule
Key Guiding, Leading
Keyes Keyes
Kidd kid, young goat
Kidder kid or young goat
Kim The golden one
Kimba A bushfire
Kimber Cyneburg's field; bold family, bold kin
Kimberlee Cyneburg's field; bold family, bold kin
Kimberley Land belonging to Cyneburg, Royal fortress meadow
Kimberlie Cyneburg's field; bold family, bold kin
Kimberly Land belonging to Cyneburg, Royal fortress meadow
Kimbo Cyneburg's meadow
Kimm The golden one
Kimmie Land belonging to Cyneburg, Royal fortress meadow
Kimmy Chief
Kindall Ruler of the valley
King king
Kingman king's man
Kingslea king's meadow
Kingsley Ruler
Kingslie king's meadow
Kingsly king's meadow
Kingston Ruler
Kingswell Ruler
Kinisha royal obligation; clear water; beautiful
Kinsey Victorious

British Boy Names Starting with L

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Name Meaning
Lad Attendant
Ladd Young man
Laddey manservant or young man
Laddie young man
Laddy manservant or young man
Ladell ladle maker or seller
Ladle ladle maker or seller
Lady bread kneader
Laine Means "wave" in Estonian.
Lancashire fort on the Lune river
Lancaster fort on the Lune river
Lancester fort on the Lune river
Lanchester fort on the Lune river
Landan Long hill
Landen Variant of LANDON.
Lander Lion man
Landers Lion man
Landin long hill
Landis From the grassy plain
Landiss landowner
Lando Italian form of Lanzo (see LANCE).
Landon From a surname which was derived from an Old English place name meaning "long hill" (effectively meaning "ridge"). Use of the name may have been inspi
Landor Property owner
Landry Property owner
Landyn long hill
Lane From a surname meaning "lane, path" which originally belonged to a person who lived near a lane.
Laney Diminutive of ELAINE.
Langden long hill slope
Langdon From a surname which was a variant of the surname LANDON.
Langford Long, Tall
Langhorn long horn
Langhorne Long, Tall
Langleigh long meadow
Langley Englishman
Langly long meadow
Langsden long stone
Langsdon long stone
Langston long stone
Langton long stone
Langward tall guardian
Langworth long paddock
Lanie Path, Roadway
Lankester fort on the Lune river
Lark From the English word for the type of songbird.
Larnell Laurel crown, The crown of victory
Larry Diminutive of LAURENCE (1). A notable bearer is former basketball player Larry Bird (1956-).
Lathan Lathan
Lathen gift of God
Lathrop From the farmstead with the barn
Latimer Interprets Latin
Lattemore interpreter
Lattimore Interpreter
Latymer interpreter
Laughton Laurel crown, The crown of victory
Laurean Laurean
Laureano From the place of laurel trees, Honor, Victory
Lauriano From the place of laurel trees, Honor, Victory
Lauriston Lawrence's town
Lawford From the ford at the hill
Lawson From an English surname meaning "son of LAURENCE (1)".
Lawton Laurel crown, The crown of victory
Layne Variant of LANE.
Layton From a surname which was originally derived from a place name meaning "settlement with a leek garden" in Old English.
Leann Combination of LEE and ANN.
Leanne Combination of LEE and ANNE (1).
Lee From a surname which was derived from Old English leah meaning "clearing". The surname belonged to Robert E. Lee (1807-1870), commander of the Confede
Leeann Combination of LEE and ANN.
Leeanne Poet
Leeland From Old English origin meaning 'fallow land' and an alternative spelling of Leland.
Leicester From Leicester
Leighanna shining light; the bright one
Leighland one who lives by unseeded land
Leighton From a surname which was a variant of LAYTON.
Leland From a surname, originally from an English place name, which meant "fallow land" in Old English. A famous bearer was the politician, businessman and S
Lendall From the linden tree dell
Lendell From the linden tree dell
Lennell Lion-hearted
Lenny Diminutive of LEONARD.
Lester Legion camp
Leyland one who lives by unseeded land
Leyton meadow settlement
Liberty Freedom
Lilybeth My God is bountiful, God of plenty
Lin Dwells by the torrent
Linc Lakeside colony
Lincoln From the settlement by the pool
Lind Lives by the linden tree
Lindal linden tree valley
Lindall linden tree valley
Lindel From the linden tree dell
Lindell From the linden tree meadow
Lindenhurst linden village
Lindesay Lincoln's marsh or island of linden trees
Lindford flax ford; linden tree ford
Lindhurst linden village
Lindlea linden tree meadow
Lindlee linden tree meadow
Lindleigh From the linden tree meadow
Lindley From the linden tree meadow
Lindly From the linden tree meadow

British Boy Names Starting with M

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Name Meaning
Mable Variant of MABEL.
Mabry My fair maid, Lovely
Mace Aromatic spice
Maceo From Matthew's land, Club
Macerio Medieval weapon used by knights
Maddison Variant of MADISON.
Madisen son of the mighty warrior
Madison The name Madison means 'son of Maud'. It is derived from the name Madison that used to be a surname.
Madisson A variation of the English Madison meaning 'son of Maud'.
Madisyn Variant of MADISON.
Madyson Variant of MADISON.
Mae Variant of MAY. A famous bearer was American actress Mae West (1893-1980), whose birth name was Mary.
Maelynn May
Maisey child of light; pearl
Maison stoneworker
Maither powerful army
Maitland From an English surname which was from a Norman French place name possibly meaning "inhospitable".
Maizie Child of light
Malden Malden
Maldon strong warrior's valley
Malin Swedish and Norwegian short form of MAGDALENE.
Mallen little strong warrior
Mallin little strong warrior
Mallon little strong warrior
Malvina Created by the poet James MacPherson in the 18th century for a character in his Ossian poems. He probably intended it to mean "smooth brow" in Gaelic.
Manchester Man of the meadow
Manlea shared land or man's meadow
Manleigh shared land or man's meadow
Manley shared land; man's meadow
Manly Hero
Manning Son of a hero
Mannton man's or hero's town
Mannyng son of the man
Mansel from the manse
Mansell from the manse
Mansfield Man of the meadow
Manten man's or hero's town
Manton Man of the meadow
Maralyn Waterfall
Mardel Surname
Marden From the valley with the pool
Mardon From the valley with the pool
Mardyn the valley with the pool
Marilynn Waterfall
Mariner Lives by the sea
Marinor mariner, seaman, or sailor
Markham Mark's village
Marlan Famous, Of the sea
Marland land near the lake
Marlee Marlee has the meaning of 'pleasant wood'. The name is a variation of Marley which used to be used as a surname.
Marleigh Marshy meadow
Marlen Sea
Marloe driftwood
Marlond land near the lake
Marlondo land near the lake
Marlonn little hawk
Marlow From the hill by the lake, Marshy meadow
Marly Little hawk
Marriner mariner, seaman, sailor
Marrinor mariner, seaman, or sailor
Marsden From the marsh valley
Marsdin swampy valley
Marsdon Field near water
Marsh Steward, Patience, Deliberation
Marsha Martial
Marsten Town near the marsh
Marston town near the marsh
Martel Warrior of Mars
Marva lady; mistress of the house; renowned friend
Marvell Miracle
Marwood From the lake forest
Maryann A variant of the name Mary, meaning 'bitterness' or 'longed for child'.
Maryland Maryland
Masefield corn field
Mason From the French for 'house' or from the surname traditionally given to stone masons.
Mather Strong army
Matther powerful army
Maxfield Field belonging to Mack
Maxwell Meaning 'Mack's pool' or 'strem'. Mack is derived from the Scandinavian name Magnus.
Maye Bitter
Mayes Bitter
Mayfield From the warrior's field
Mayleen the fifth month
Mays Bitter
Maysen stoneworker
Maytland from the meadow
Mazie Unknown
McCoy Surname
Mead From the meadow
Meade Honey, Wine, Meadow
Meadford ford at the meadow
Medford ford at the meadow
Meed Meadow
Mei The name Mei means 'beautiful and is a Chinese version of the name May. It is also a Latin name meaning 'great one'.
Melborn From the mill stream
Melbourne From the mill stream
Melburn mill stream
Melden mill hill
Melderick mill ruler
Meldon Hillside, Town by the mill

British Boy Names Starting with N

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Name Meaning
Nailer sea
Nailor sea
Naisbit bend shaped like a nose
Naisbitt bend shaped like a nose
Nash From a surname which was derived from the Middle English phrase atten ash "at the ash tree". A famous bearer of the surname was the mathematician John
Naylor Naylor
Ned Diminutive of EDWARD or EDMUND. It has been used since the 14th century, and may have had root in the medieval affectionate phrase mine Ed, which was
Neddie Guardian of prosperity, Guardian of the mists
Neddy Guardian of prosperity, Guardian of the mists
Nedra Guardian of prosperity, Guardian of the mists
Nel Nel
Nelson Unknown
Nesbit bend shaped like a nose
Nesbitt bend shaped like a nose
Nettie clean
Neuman Newcomer
Neumann Newcomer
Newall Kernel
Newberry new borough or settlement
Newbery new borough or settlement
Newbury new borough or settlement
Newcomb new valley
Newcombe new valley
Newel new hall
Newell Kernel
Newhall new hall
Newland New village
Newman Newcomer
Newmann newcomer
Newport new port
Newsy newcomer
Newton Kernel
Nicco people of victory
Nicki People's victory
Nickleby Nicholas' village
Nickson People's victory
Nikkie People's victory
Nikko People's victory
Nisbet bend shaped like a nose
Nisbett bend shaped like a nose
Nixon People's victory
Noora Noora
Northcliff From the north
Northcliffe From the north cliff
Northclyff northern cliff
Northclyffe northern cliff
Northrop From the north farm
Northrup From the north
Norvin northern friend
Norvyn Friend of the north
Norward From the north
Norwell northern well
Norwerd warden of the north
Norwin From the north
Norwinn northern friend
Norwood From the north
Norwyn From the north
Norwynn northern friend
Nykko People's victory
Nyla Of Sanskrit orign meaning 'blue', a spelling variant of the English and Indian anem Nila.
Nylah The name Nylah means 'attainer, achiever', alternatively it may derive from the Bantu word for a type of antelope.
Nyles Champion

British Boy Names Starting with O

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Name Meaning
Oak meadow of oak trees
Oakes From the oak tree valley
Oaklee meadow of oak trees
Oakleigh meadow of oak trees
Oakley Oakley is a traditionally an old English name and relates to the tree of the same name, and means 'from the oak', or 'oak meadow'.
Oakly meadow of oak trees
Oaks near the oak trees
Ochs near the oak trees
Odall woad hill
Odell From a surname which was originally from a place name meaning "woad hill" in Old English. A woad is a herb used for dyeing.
Odie Ode
Odon Wealthy defender
Ogdan oak valley
Ogden From a surname which was derived from a place name meaning "oak valley" in Old English. A famous bearer was the humourous American poet Ogden Nash (19
Ogdon From the oak tree valley
Olen Talisman, Ancestor
Olin Talisman, Ancestor
Olyn holly or ancestor's heir
Onslow From the zealous one's hill
Onslowe From the zealous one's hill
Orford From the cattle ford
Ormond From an Irish surname which was derived from Ó Ruaidh meaning "descendant of RUADH".
Orric old oak tree
Orrick From the ancient oak tree
Orrin Anglicized form of ODHRÁN.
Orton From the shore farm
Orval Spear strength
Orvin Brave friend
Orwin spear friend
Orwynn spear friend
Osbert Divinely glorious, Inspired
Oscar Divine spear
Osgood Divine spear
Osier near the willows
Oskar A variation from the name Oscar, commonly used in the German and Scandinavian languages. Oskar means 'deer lover' or 'gentle friend'.
Osker Jumping fighter
Osmar Divinely glorious, Inspired
Osred Divine counselor
Osric Divine ruler
Osrick Divine ruler
Osvin God's friend
Oswin God's friend
Oswinn God's friend
Oswyn God's friend
Oswynn God's friend
Ounslow enthusiast's hill
Oxford From the ox farm
Oxxford ford of the oxen

British Boy Names Starting with P

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Name Meaning
Packston Poecc's settlement
Paden An invented name, using the popular aden suffix sound found in such names as Braden, Hayden and Aidan. It is sometimes considered a derivative of the
Page From a surname which was a variant of PAIGE.
Paget From a surname which meant "little page" (see PAIGE).
Paige From an English surname meaning "servant, page" in Middle English. It is ultimately derived (via Old French and Italian) from Greek (paidion) meaning
Paley Paley
Pall Icelandic and Faroese form of PAUL.
Pallmer pilgrim
Palmar pilgrim
Palmer From an English surname meaning "pilgrim". It is ultimately from Latin palma "palm tree", since pilgrims to the Holy Land often brought back palm fron
Palmerston pilgrim
Pansey flowering plant with velvety petals
Pansie Thoughtful
Parke Keeper of the forest, Forest ranger, Cultivated land
Parken rock
Parker From an English occupational surname which meant "keeper of the park".
Parkes park keeper
Parkin Little rock
Parkins Son of Parkin
Parkman park keeper
Parks Cultivated land
Parr castle park
Parson clergyman
Parsons clergyman
Parton Parton
Paten fighter's town
Patience From the English word patience, ultimately from Latin patientia, a derivative of pati "to suffer". This was one of the virtue names coined by the Puri
Patient enduring, forebearing
Patin fighter's town
Paton From the fighter's town
Pattin From the fighter's town
Patton From an English surname which was derived from a diminutive of PATRICK. A notable bearer of the surname was the American World War II general George S
Paxon Poecc's settlement
Paxten Poecc's settlement
Paxton From a surname which was derived from an English place name meaning "Pœcc's town". Pœcc is an Old English name of unknown meaning.
Paxtun From the peaceful farm
Payge Young attendant
Peabody Peabody
Peace From the English word peace, ultimately derived from Latin pax.
Peal stake or pole
Peale Peale
Pearsson son of Pierce
Peaseley meadow of peas
Peasly meadow of peas
Peel Peel
Peele variant of Peel
Peerce rock
Peirce Rock
Pelham Mantle
Pell Mantle
Pellam Father of Pelles
Pen Short form of PENELOPE.
Pendleton overhanging settlement
Penlea enclosed meadow
Penleigh From the enclosed pasture meadow
Penley From the enclosed pasture meadow
Penly enclosed meadow
Penn Enclosure
Pennlea enclosed meadow
Pennleigh enclosed meadow
Pennley enclosed meadow
Perkin Rock, Stone
Perkins Rock, Stone
Perkyn rock
Perri Wanderer
Perrin Son of Harry
Person clergyman
Persons clergyman
Pharamond traveler's protection
Pharamund traveler's protection
Phelps Son of Philip
Philipson Loves horses
Phipps Loves horses
Phips son of Philip
Pickford From the woodcutter's ford
Pike a spear
Piper Piper
Pitney island of the stubborn one
Pitt pit, ditch
Pittney island of the stubborn one
Pollack rock
Pollard small
Pollerd small
Polloch crown
Pollock Little rock
Pollyrd small
Portland land near the port
Potter maker of pots
Powel son of the servant of St. Paul
Powell Son of Howell
Pratt Pratt
Prentice Apprentice
Prentis apprentice
Prentiss Apprentice
Prescot Priest's cottage
Prescott Dweller at the church, Priest's settlement
Presleigh priest's meadow
Presley From the surname which means 'priest clearing' or priest's field'. It can be both a boys or girls name.
Presly priest's meadow
Presslee priest's meadow

British Boy Names Starting with Q

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Name Meaning
Quantrell dashing or elegant
Queenie Diminutive of QUEEN.
Quenna queen
Quentrell Fifth-born child
Quiller Quiller
Quinntan queen's settlement
Quinnten queen's settlement
Quinntin queen's settlement
Quinnton queen's settlement
Quintain queen's settlement
Quintan queen's settlement
Quinton Variant of QUENTIN, also coinciding with an English surname meaning "queen's town" in Old English.
Quintrell Fifth-born child
Quintyn queen's settlement
Quintynn queen's settlement

British Boy Names Starting with R

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Name Meaning
Rad Brave counsel, Wise
Radbert Red haired counselor
Radborn red brook
Radborne red brook
Radbourn red brook
Radbourne Lives by the red stream
Radburn Lives by the red stream
Radburne red brook
Radcliff From a surname which was derived from a place name meaning "red cliff" in Old English.
Radcliffe From the red cliff
Radclyffe From a surname, a variant of RADCLIFF.
Radferd from the reedy ford
Radford From the red cliff
Radfurd from the reedy ford
Radlea meadow of reeds
Radlee meadow of reeds
Radleigh meadow of reeds
Radley From the red cliff
Radly meadow of reeds
Radnor From the red cliff
Raeborn roe-deer brook
Raeborne roe-deer brook
Raebourn roe-deer brook
Raeburn From a surname which was originally derived from a Scottish place name meaning "stream where does drink" in Middle English. A famous bearer of the sur
Raff Healed by God
Raice protecting hands
Railey roe deer's meadow
Rain Ruler
Rainbow From the English word for the arc of multicoloured light that can appear in a misty sky.
Raines Raines
Rains lord
Ralegh roe deer's meadow
Raleigh From a surname which was from a place name meaning either "red clearing" or "roe deer clearing" in Old English.
Raley Dweller by the deer meadow
Ralf Variant of RALPH.
Ralph Contracted form of the Old Norse name RÁÐÚLFR (or its Norman form Radulf). Scandinavian settlers introduced it to England before the Norman conquest,
Ralston Wolf
Ramsay Variant of RAMSEY.
Ramsden From the ram's valley
Ramsey From a surname which was derived from a place name meaning "wild-garlic island" in Old English.
Ramzey Ram's island
Ramzi Lord Rama, Ji denotes respect
Randee Randee
Randy Diminutive of RANDALL, RANDOLF or MIRANDA.
Rankin Little shield
Rankine little shield
Rankinn little shield
Ransford Raven's ford
Ransleigh raven meadow
Ransley Raven's meadow
Ransly raven meadow
Ransom warrior's shield
Ransome Son of the shield
Ratcliff red cliff
Ratcliffe red cliff
Raven Sunny, A bird
Ravinn unknown
Ravyn Dark haired, Wise
Rawleigh roe deer's meadow
Rawley Dweller by the deer meadow
Rawly Dweller by the deer meadow
Ray Beam of light
Rayana Rayana
Rayann Rayann
Rayborn roe-deer brook
Raybourne roe-deer brook
Rayburn From the deer's stream
Rayburne roe-deer brook
Rayce Counselor
Rayder Counselor
Raydon Counselor
Rayford Counselor
Raylen Counselor
Raylynn Raylynn
Raynes strong counselor
Rayven Rayven
Rayvin unknown
Read Red haired
Reade Red haired
Reading Red haired
Reave Bailiff, Steward
Redd Red haired
Redding From the red ford
Redford From the red ford
Redfurd red ford
Redlea red meadow
Redleigh red meadow
Redley From the red meadow
Redly red meadow
Redman From the red ford
Reed Red haired
Reeding son of the red-haired
Reeford Red haired
Reeve bailiff
Reeves Bailiff, Steward
Reid A variation of the popular Scottish name Reed, refering to the plants of the same name or the color red, or 'cleared land'.
Reide red
Reiding son of the red-haired
Reigh wise protector
Remington From the raven's farm

British Boy Names Starting with S

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Name Meaning
Sachs from Saxonny
Sachsen from Saxonny
Sackville Saxon's town
Saddler harness maker
Sadler harness maker
Safford From the willow ford
Safira Means "like a sapphire" in Esperanto.
Sail Sail
Sainsberry saint's settlement
Sainsbury saint's settlement
Salisberry dry town
Salisbery dry town
Salisbury Salisbury
Salton Lives near the willow farm
San Perfect, Complete, Another name for Krishna, Old, Long-lived
Sanborn Dweller at the sandy ford
Sanborne sandy stream
Sanbourn sandy stream
Sanburn sandy stream
Sanburne sandy stream
Sandberg sand village
Sandbergh sand village
Sandborn sandy stream
Sandbourne sandy stream
Sandburg sand village
Sandburgh sand village
Sanders son of Alexander
Sanderson Alexander's son
Sandford From a surname which was a variant of SANFORD.
Sandfurd sandy ford
Sandhirst sandy thicket of trees
Sandhurst sandy thicket of trees
Sanditon sandy settlement
Sandria Sandria
Sanford From an English surname, originally from a place name, which meant "sand ford" in Old English.
Saphira Blue jewel
Sapphira From the Greek name (Sappheire), which was from Greek (sappheiros) meaning "sapphire" or "lapis lazuli" (ultimately derived from the Hebrew word (s
Saulisbury dry town
Saulsberry dry town
Saulsbery dry town
Saulsbury dry town
Saunderson Alexander's son
Sawyer Woodman
Saxe from Saxonny
Saxen from Saxonny
Saxton from Saxonny
Scherman shear man
Schermann shear man
Scot Wanderer
Scott Originated as a descriptive term for a Scotsmans, or a nickname for Gaelic-speaking persons from Ireland, now a popular first name.
Scottie From Scotland; a Gael. Diminutive of Scott.
Scotto from Scotland
Scotty From Scotland, A Gael
Scribner scribe, copier
Seabert Glory at sea
Seabright shining sea
Seabrook From the brook by the sea
Seabrooke stream near the sea
Seabury Sea-glorious
Seager Seaman
Seaman mariner
Seamor Saint-Maur
Seamore Saint-Maur
Seamour Saint-Maur
Searle Manly
Seaton From Sai's estate
Sebert Glory at sea
Sedgeley From the swordsman's meadow
Sedgely sword meadow
Sedgewick From the sword grass place
Sedgewyck sword place
Sedgley sword meadow
Sedgwick sword place
Sedgwyck sword place
Sedric kindly and loved
Sedrick kindly and loved
Sedrik kindly and loved
Seeger sea fighter
Seeton from Baron's estate
Sefton From Sefton
Segar Seaman
Seger Seaman
Seibert shining sea
Selby From the manor house
Selden From the willow valley
Seldon From the willow valley
Sellars marshland dweller
Sellden willow valley
Sellers marshland dweller
Selwin Friend at court
Selwinn manor-friend
Selwyn Good friend
Selwynn manor-friend
Selwynne manor-friend
Semmes son of Simon
Seton from Baron's estate
Severn Strict, Restrained
Severne Strict, Restrained
Sewald Sea powerful
Sewall sea strong

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Name Meaning
Tabb brilliant, drummer, or place name for Mt. Tabor
Tadd One of Christ's 12 apostles
Talen Talen
Talin Musical, Lord Shiva
Tallan Tallan
Tallen Tallen
Tallin Tallin
Tallis Woodland
Tallon Tallon
Tallys Tallys
Talon From the English meaning "talon, claw", ultimately derived (via Norman French) from Latin talus "anklebone".
Talys wise
Tammy Short form of TAMARA and other names beginning with Tam.
Tamsin Contracted form of THOMASINA. It was traditionally used in Cornwall.
Tamson Twin
Tamsyn Variant of TAMSIN.
Tamzin Of Aramaic origin meaning 'twin' and is a spelling variant of Tamsin and is a fairly unusual name.
Tan Brilliant
Tanier leather maker
Tannen leather maker
Tanner From an English surname meaning "one who tans hides".
Tanney leather maker
Tannie leather maker
Tannis leather maker
Tanton From the quiet river farm
Tarin From the rocky hills, Watchtower
Tarleton From the thunder estate
Taryn Probably a feminine form of TYRONE. Actors Tyrone Power and Linda Christian created it for their daughter Taryn Power (1953-).
Tate From an English surname which was derived from the Old English given name Tata, of unknown origin.
Tatum From a surname which was originally derived from a place name meaning "Tata's homestead" in Old English.
Tavener tavern-keeper
Tavenner tavern-keeper
Taverner tavern-keeper
Tavernier tavern-keeper
Tavin Hillside
Taylyn Taylyn
Tayson Tailor
Teal From the English word for the type of duck or the greenish-blue colour.
Tedd Tedd
Tedman Wealthy defender
Tedmond National protector
Tedmund National protector
Tedric Gift of God
Tedrick People's ruler
Teil Teil
Temp temple settlement
Templeten temple settlement
Templeton temple settlement
Tenant tenant, renter
Tennant tenant, renter
Tennent tenant
Tenny Son of Dennis
Tennyson From an English surname which meant "son of Tenney", Tenney being a medieval form of DENIS. A notable bearer of the surname was British poet Alfred Lo
Terie Terie
Terika Saint's name
Terran Earthman
Terrin Saint's name
Terrye Terrye
Terryn Saint's name
Thacher Roofer
Thad Courageous, One who praises
Thatch roof thatcher
Thatcher Roofer
Thaw Thaw
Thaxter Roofer
Thayer Rebel
Thorley From Thor's meadow
Thormond From Thor's meadow
Thorn Town of thorns
Thorndike From the thorny dike
Thorne Thorn tree
Thorneycroft thorny field
Thornlea thorny meadow
Thornleigh thorny meadow
Thornley Thorn tree
Thornly From the thorny meadow
Thornton Thorn tree
Thornycroft thorny field
Thorp From the village
Thorpe From the village
Thorstan Thor's stone
Thorstein Thor's stone
Thorsten Thor's stone
Thurloe Thor's hill
Thurlow From Thor's meadow
Thurmond From Thor's meadow
Thurmund Thor's protection
Thurstain Thor's stone
Thurstan Thor's stone
Thursten Thor's stone
Thurston Thor's stone
Tilar a worker in roof tiles
Tilden From the fertile valley
Tildon fertile valley
Tilford From the fertile ford
Tilghman one who plows the earth
Tillden fertile valley
Tillman one who plows the earth
Tilman Virile
Tilton From the good estate

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Name Meaning
Udale From the yew tree valley
Udall From the yew tree valley
Udel yew-tree valley
Udell From the yew tree valley
Udolf Wolf ruler
Udolfo wolf-wealth
Udolph Wealthy wolf
Ullmar fame of the wolf
Ulmar fame of the wolf
Ulmer fame of the wolf
Unwin Unfriendly
Unwinn nonfriend
Unwyn Unfriendly
Updike upper bank
Updyke upper bank
Upshaw From the upper town
Upton From a surname which was derived from a place name meaning "upper town" in Old English. A famous bearer of this name was the American novelist Upton S
Upwood upper forest
Uther From the Welsh name Uthyr, derived from Welsh uthr "terrible". In Arthurian legend Uther was the father of King Arthur. He appears in some early Welsh

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Name Meaning
Vail Lives in the valley
Vaile valley
Vaill valley
Vance From an English surname which was derived from Old English fenn meaning "marsh, fen".
Vane banner
Vinson Conqueror
Vinton vine settlement; Vincent's settlement

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Name Meaning
Waddsworth village near the ford
Wadham ford village
Wadleigh ford meadow
Wadley A ford
Wadly ford meadow
Wadsworth From Wade's estate
Waights guard, watchman
Wain Craftsman
Wainewright wagon-builder
Wainright wagon-builder
Wainwright Wagon maker
Waite Guard
Waits guard or watchman
Wake Alert
Wakefield From Wake's field
Wakelea damp meadow
Wakeleigh damp meadow
Wakeley From Wake's meadow
Wakely damp meadow
Wakeman Watchman
Walcott Old cottage
Walden From the Welshman's valley
Waldenn wooded valley
Waldi wooded valley
Waldon wooded valley
Walford From the Welshman's ford
Walker From an English surname which referred to the medieval occupational of a walker, also known as a fuller. Walkers would tread on wet, unprocessed wool
Wallcot cottage by the wall
Wallcott cottage by the wall
Wallis From a surname which was a variant of WALLACE. Wallis Simpson (1895-1986) was the divorced woman whom Edward VIII married, which forced him to abdicat
Walsh Welshman
Waltham Walt's village
Walton From a surname which was originally taken from various Old English place names meaning "stream town", "wood town", or "wall town".
Walworth From the Welshman's farm, Welsh friend
Walwyn Welsh friend
Warburton long-standing fortress town
Ward Blossoms, Flowers
Warde Guardian
Wardell From a surname which was derived from a place name meaning "watch hill" in Old English.
Warden Guardian
Wardlea watchman's meadow
Wardleigh watchman's meadow
Wardley Guardian
Ware Wary
Warfield Guardian
Warford Guardian
Waring watchman
Warley Guardian
Warrin watchman or park warden
Warriner watchman
Warton Guardian
Warwick From a surname which was derived from the name of a town in England, itself from Old English wer "weir, dam" and wíc "settlement".
Washborn flooding stream
Washbourne From the flooding brook
Washburn flooding stream
Washburne From the flooding brook
Washington From a surname which was originally derived from the name of an English town, itself meaning "settlement belonging to WASSA's people". The given name
Waterford ford over the water
Watkins Powerful warrior, Rule amry
Watson Son of Walter
Waverlee meadow of quivering aspens
Waverley meadow of quivering aspens
Waverly From the tree-lined meadow
Way land by the road
Waylan Angel from God
Wayland From Weland, the Old English cognate of WIELAND.
Waylen land by the road
Waylin Angel from God
Waylon Variant of WAYLAND. This name was popularized by country music singer Waylon Jennings (1937-2002), who was originally named Wayland.
Wayn wagon builder or driver
Wayne From an occupational surname meaning "wagon maker", derived from Old English wægn "wagon". Use of it as a given name can be partly attributed to the
Wayneright wagon-builder
Waynewright wagon-builder
Waynwright wagon-builder
Wayte Guard
Weatherbey wether-sheep farm
Weatherbie wether-sheep farm
Weatherby From the wether sheep farm
Weatherell wether-sheep corner
Weatherill wether-sheep corner
Weatherley wether-sheep meadow
Weatherly From the wether sheep meadow
Weaver weaver
Web weaver
Webb Weaver
Webbster weaver
Weber Weaver
Webley Weaver
Webster From an occupational surname meaning "weaver", derived from Old English webba.
Wedgewood triangular woodland
Wedgwood triangular woodland
Weeb weaver
Welborn From the spring brook
Welborne Lives by the spring
Welbourne spring-fed stream
Welburn From the spring brook
Welden well-hill
Weldon From a surname which was derived from a place name meaning "hill near a spring" in Old English.
Welford Lives by the spring
Wellborn spring-fed stream

British Boy Names Starting with Y

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Name Meaning
Yancy From a surname, which was an Americanized form of the Dutch surname Jansen meaning "JAN (1)'s son".
Yardlea fenced meadow
Yardlee fenced meadow
Yardleigh fenced meadow
Yardley From the enclosed meadow
Yardly From the enclosed meadow
Yarley fenced meadow
Yates Gatekeeper
Yeardley fenced meadow
Yeats the gates
Yeoman Retainer
Yorick Altered form of JØRG. Shakespeare used this name for a deceased court jester in his play 'Hamlet' (1600).
York From a surname, which was derived from York, the name of a city in northern England. The city name was originally Eburacon, Latinized as Eboracum, mea
Yorke boar settlement or yew settlement
Yorrick boar settlement
Youman attendant or servant
Young Variant transcription of YEONG.
Yudale yew-tree valley
Yudell yew-tree valley
Yule Born at Christmas

British Boy Names Starting with Z

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Name Meaning
Zeke (Celebrity Name: Arshad Warsi)

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Aaronandre. Gender: Boy, Origin: British.
Aarondonald. Gender: Boy, Origin: British.
father or priest. Gender: Boy, Origin: British.
Father. Gender: Boy, Girl, Origin: Arabic, British, English.
Father. Gender: Boy, Girl, Origin: British, English, Hebrew.
father or priest. Gender: Boy, Origin: British.
Father, Leader. Gender: Boy, Origin: British, Hebrew.
oak meadow. Gender: Boy, Origin: British.
number one or the best. Gender: Boy, Origin: British.
Of English origin and a variant of the Old English name Acey which means 'number one, the best'. Gender: Boy, Origin: British, English.
One, Unity. Gender: Boy, Girl, Origin: British, Latin.
number one or the best. Gender: Boy, Origin: British.
oak meadow. Gender: Boy, Origin: British.
oak meadow. Gender: Boy, Origin: British.
Meadow of oaks. Gender: Boy, Origin: British, English.
oak meadow. Gender: Boy, Origin: British.
oak meadow. Gender: Boy, Origin: British.
oak meadow. Gender: Boy, Origin: British.
Meadow of oaks. Gender: Boy, Girl, Origin: British, English.
oak meadow. Gender: Boy, Origin: British.
Town with many oaks. Gender: Boy, Origin: British, English.
Created by God. Gender: Boy, Origin: British, Hebrew.
son of Adam. Gender: Boy, Origin: British.
son of Adam. Gender: Boy, Origin: British.
From an English surname meaning "son of ADAM". Its recent popularity as a feminine name stems from its similarity in sound to Madison. Gender: Boy, Girl, Unisex, Origin: British, English.
Feminine variant of ADDISON. Gender: Boy, Girl, Origin: British, English.
noble and brave. Gender: Boy, Origin: British.
Adam's son. Gender: Boy, Girl, Origin: British, English.
Admiral. Gender: Boy, Girl, Origin: British.
the noble's island. Gender: Boy, Origin: British.
Aelfgar. Gender: Boy, Origin: British.
Aelfhere. Gender: Boy, Origin: British.
Elf counselor. Gender: Boy, Girl, Origin: British, English.
Friend of the elves. Gender: Boy, Girl, Origin: British, English.
noble counsel. Gender: Boy, Origin: British.
noble wolf. Gender: Boy, Origin: British.
noble wolf. Gender: Boy, Origin: British.
River name. Gender: Boy, Girl, Origin: British, Celtic, English.
elf or magical counsel. Gender: Boy, Origin: British.
made of oak. Gender: Boy, Origin: British.
Sturdy, Oaken. Gender: Boy, Origin: Anglo-Saxon, British.
made of oak. Gender: Boy, Origin: British.
elf or magical counsel. Gender: Boy, Origin: British.
elf or magical counsel. Gender: Boy, Origin: British, English.
elf or magical counsel. Gender: Boy, Origin: British.
noble and renowned. Gender: Boy, Origin: British.
noble and renowned. Gender: Boy, Origin: British.
elf or magical being. Gender: Boy, Origin: British.
Industrious ruler. Gender: Boy, Origin: British, Teutonic.
hermitage field. Gender: Boy, Girl, Origin: British.

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