List of Names with "Worthy of admiration or praise" in Meaning

A collection of baby names with meaning of worthy of admiration or praise. We found in our database 8 names have the similar meanings. If you want to hold this word 'Worthy of admiration or praise' for your lovely kid, please proceed to collection and choose any of the alternative in the list given below:

  • Akoni - ah-KOH-nee
    The meaning of the name “Akoni” is: “Inestimable, priceless”. Categories: Hawaiian Names, Pacific Islander Names, Polynesian Names. Used in: Hawaiian speaking countries. Gender: Boy Names. Origins: English, Hawaiian, Latin.
  • Anakoni - ah-nah-KOH-nee
    Hawaiian Meaning: The name Anakoni is a Hawaiian baby name. In Hawaiian the meaning of the name Anakoni is: Valuable.
  • Antal - AN-tal
    Antal Name Meaning. Hungarian: from the personal name Antal, a Hungarian form of Antonius (see Anthony).
  • Anthony - AN-thə-nee/AN-tə-nee
    Anthony Name Meaning. English: from the personal name Anthony, Latin Antonius. See also Anton. ... Spellings with -h-, which first appear in English in the 16th century and in French (as Anthoine) at about the same time, are due to the erroneous belief that the name derives from Greek anthos 'flower'.
  • Antoni - ahn-TAW-nee
    Derived from the Latin Antonius, an old Roman family name of unknown etymology. “Priceless” and “of inestimable worth” are popular folk definitions of the name. Var: Anton, Antonio. Short: Toni, Tonio, Tony. From A World of Baby Names by Teresa Norman.Buy the book.
  • Antonius - ahn-TO-nee-us
    The name Antonius is a Latin baby name. In Latin the meaning of the name Antonius is: Worthy of praise; of value. Saint Anthony is the patron sain of poor people. Famous Bearer: actor Anthony Hopkins.
  • Antonni - AN-taw-ni
    The name Anthony is a Latin baby name. In Latin the meaning of the name Anthony is: Highly praiseworthy. Famous bearer: Mark Antony, Roman triumvir and general who shared a throne with Queen Cleopatra of Egypt.
  • Antoon - ahn-TOON
    Antoon Name Meaning. From the Arabic form of Antonius (see Anthony), used by Christians in the Levant. Dutch: from the personal name Antoon, one of the Dutch forms of Anthony.