Christian Baby Names Boys & Girls

  • Óblauðr
    Meaning: Without fear. Origin: Icelandic
  • Ólafur
    Pronounced OH-lah-vur, in 2007 this name was the 5th most common amongst Icelandic males. Personal experiences with the name Ólafur: | Edit Share what you know! Nicknames for Ólafur: | Edit. Óli. Meanings and history of the name Ólafur: | Edit.
    Meaning: From the Old Norse name Áleifr meaning ancestors descendent. Origin: Icelandic
  • Ósk
    Ósk is an Icelandic feminine given name of Old Norse origin meaning "wish."
    Meaning: A longing, a desire. Origin: Icelandic
  • Úlf
    Ulf, or Ulv is a masculine name common in Scandinavia and Germany. It derives from the Old Norse word for "wolf" (úlfr, see Wulf). ... The given name Ulf was relatively popular during the 20th century, but by the 21st century mostly fell out of fashion.
    Meaning: Wolf. Origin: Icelandic
  • Úlfur
    Baby names meanings search results: The name Úlfur is a baby boy name. The name Úlfur comes from the Icelandic origin. In Icelandic the meaning of the name Úlfur is: Wolf.
    Meaning: Wolf. Origin: Icelandic
  • Żaklina
    OTHER SCRIPTS: Macedonian (Жаклина) LANGUAGE FAMILY: afro-asiatic > semitic > central semitic > hebrew ORIGIN: hebrew NAME ROOT: YAʿăQōḇ > YAʿAKOV NATIVE NAME ROOT: YAʿAKOV (יעקב) MEANING: This name derives from the Late Latin “Iacobus”, from the Greek “Iakobos (Ἰάκωβος)”, meaning “Supplanter, held by the heel, heel- ...
    Meaning: Supplanting, seizing by the heel
  • Ádhamh
    Winnie (name) ... It can derive from many other names ending in -win such as Edwin, Darwin, etc. or simply be a nickname for the Welsh name Wyn meaning "Fair, white; blessed, holy".
    Meaning: Derived from the Hebrew adama red earth
  • Ágúst
    Nina (name) ... Patron of this name, Saint. Nina (Nino), also known as Christian - "Christian", brought Christianity to Georgia. The name Nina may originate from the old Slavic word Ninati, meaning "dreamer" or "dream".
  • Ákos
    Kos Name Meaning. ... Hungarian (Kós): from a Turkish loanword kos 'ram' (from Old Turkish qoc, Ottoman Turkish qoç); perhaps a metonymic occupational name for a shepherd but more probably a nickname for someone thought to resemble the animal.
  • Árpád
    It is an Anglo-Saxon name of Old English origin, and its meaning is "gentle strength". It reached the rank of the sixth most popular name for girls in the United States in 1912 and maintained that popularity through 1920, but then its popularity dropped quickly afterward.
  • Åke
  • Çağatay
    Ada is a feminine given name. One origin is the Germanic element "adel-" meaning "nobility", for example as part of the names Adelaide and Adeline. The name can also trace to a Hebrew origin, sometimes spelt Adah - עָדָה, meaning "adornment". Ada also means "first daughter" in Igbo.
  • Édouard
    Meaning: Wealthy, fortunate guardianprosperity, wealth, guardian, protector
  • Élie
    Lie Name Meaning. Norwegian: variant spelling of Li 4. ... Dutch (de Lie): from a short form of the saint's name Odilia, the Latin form of a Germanic name Odela, from othala 'paternal inheritance or possession'. Variant of Korean Li.
    Meaning: Jehovah is God
  • Ólafur
    Muriel is an English name derived from Celtic elements meaning "sea" and "bright"
  • Aðalbert
    Adalbert is a German given name which means "noble bright" or "noble shining", derived from the words adal (meaning noble) and berht (shining or bright). Alternative spellings include Adelbart and Adalberto.
    Meaning: First, highly honored. Origin: Danish
  • Aðalbrandr
    Meaning: Originates from the Old Norse language, meaning noble sword. Origin: Danish
  • A2a
    A2A is short for Ask To Answer, which basically means that the question is pertaining to the person who sent you the question. ... You pull up your recommendation and it says in the BOLD QUORA FONT™; USE FIVE WORDS TO DESCRIBE THE PERSON WHO A2A'D YOU!
    Meaning: Work Origin: English
  • A2e
    Meaning: Rival Origin: English
  • Aadan
    Baby Name Aadan meaning and Astrology. Baby Name : Aadan. Gender : Boy. Origin : Indian. Aadan Meaning: Acceptance; Holding.
    Meaning: Of the earth Origin: Hebrew
  • Aaden
    Aaden is another example of this trend. Aidan is the traditional Irish spelling and an anglicized form of the ancient Gaelic name "Áedán" or "Aodhán." These names are a derivative of the diminutive Áed from "Aodh" meaning "little fire." In Irish mythology, Áed was the god of the underworld.
    Meaning: One who is fiery, little fire Origin: Gaelic
  • Aadison
    Addison is an English surname meaning "son of Adam". From an English surname meaning "son of ADAM". Its recent popularity as a feminine name stems from its similarity in sound to Madison.
    Meaning: Form of ADDISON - son of Adam Origin: English
  • Aadne
  • Aadrian
    Adrian is a form of the Latin given name Adrianus or Hadrianus. Its ultimate origin is most likely via the former river Adria from the Venetic and Illyrian word adur, meaning 'sea' or 'water'.
    Meaning: A man from hadria Origin: Latin
  • Aafke
    The name Aafke is a girl's name meaning "greetings". Aafke. From the experts: The Dutch feminine diminutive is thought to be derived from Ave, as in Ave Maria.
    Meaning: The good one Origin: Dutch
  • Aage
    The name Aage is a Norse baby name. In Norse the meaning of the name Aage is: Ancestors.
  • Aahron
    The name Aharon is a Hebrew baby name. In Hebrew the meaning of the name Aharon is: Lofty; exalted; high mountain.
    Meaning: Who suffered from a speech impediment, as well as the first high priest of the Hebrews
  • Aaidan
    Etymology and spelling. The name is derived from the name Aodhán, which is a pet form of Aodh. The personal name Aodh means "fiery" and/or "bringer of fire" and was the name of a Celtic sun god (see Aed). ... Some sources suggest that the feminine equivalent of Aidan is Eithne, which has the same meaning.
    Meaning: A fiery young man Origin: Irish
  • Aaiden
    Meaning of the name Aaiden This alternate spelling of the name "Aidan" means fiery. Origin of the name Aaiden Irish.
    Meaning: A fiery young man Origin: Irish
  • Aaidyn
    Aidyn is yet ANOTHER Americanized respelling of the classic Irish masculine name Aidan. ... These names are a derivative of the diminutive Áed from "Aodh" meaning "fire" (as a diminutive form, Aidan means “little fire”). In Irish mythology, Áed was the god of the underworld.
    Meaning: A fiery young man Origin: Irish