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  • Leanian

    Meaning: Reward

    Origin: Anglo-Saxon

  • Leann

    Meaning: Derived from an Irish Gaelic of Helen: (light:beautiful woman): variant of Liana: (youthful:bond).

    Origin: English

  • Leanna

    Meaning: Derived from an Irish Gaelic of Helen: (light:beautiful woman): variant of Liana: (youthful:bond).

    Origin: English

  • Leanne

    Meaning: Derived from an Irish Gaelic of Helen: (light:beautiful woman): variant of Liana: (youthful:bond).

    Origin: English

  • Lea-Que

    Origin: German

  • Lear

    Meaning: Shakespearian king

    Origin: English

  • Leary

    Meaning: Cattle keeper

    Origin: Irish

  • Leathan

    Meaning: River

    Origin: Scottish

  • Leathan

    Meaning: River

    Origin: Scottish

  • Leathlobhair

    Meaning: Leper

    Origin: Irish

  • Leax

    Meaning: Salmon

    Origin: Anglo-Saxon

  • Leb

    Meaning: Heart

    Origin: Hebrew

  • Lecia

    Meaning: Derived from Alicia: (sweet: honest: truth) and Felecia: (happy)

    Origin: English

  • Lee

    Meaning: Shelter: Surname frequently used in the American south as a given name in honor of the Confederate general Robert E. Lee.

    Origin: English

  • Lee

    Meaning: Healer

    Origin: Celtic

  • Lee

    Meaning: Poetic

    Origin: Irish

  • Lee

    Meaning: Meadow. Surname or given name.

    Origin: English

  • Leeann

    Meaning: Derived from an Irish Gaelic of Helen: (light:beautiful woman): variant of Liana: (youthful:bond).

    Origin: English

  • Leeanne

    Meaning: Derived from an Irish Gaelic of Helen: (light:beautiful woman): variant of Liana: (youthful:bond).

    Origin: English

  • Leeland

    Meaning: Pasture ground.

    Origin: English

  • Leena

    Meaning: wet meadow.

    Origin: Irish

  • Leena

    Meaning: wet meadow.

    Origin: Irish

  • Leeroy

    Meaning: The king.

    Origin: French

  • Leesa

    Meaning: Variant of Lisa, Lise, Lisetta: A familiar form of Elisabeth: Consecrated to God

    Origin: Hebrew

  • Legarre

    Meaning: Reference to the Virgin Mary

    Origin: Spanish

  • Legaya

    Meaning: (pronounced 'leg' + 'eye' + 'a'): Beautiful

    Origin: Philipino

  • Legaya

    Meaning: (pronounced 'leg' + 'eye' + 'a'): Beautiful

    Origin: Philipino

  • Legget

    Meaning: Delegate

    Origin: French

  • Leia

    Meaning: Meadow

    Origin: English

  • Leianna

    Meaning: Derived from an Irish Gaelic of Helen: (light:beautiful woman): variant of Liana: (youthful:bond).

    Origin: English

  • Leicester

    Meaning: From Leicester

    Origin: English

  • Leigb

    Meaning: Meadow

    Origin: English

  • Leigh

    Meaning: From the meadow

    Origin: English

  • Leigh

    Meaning: Healer

    Origin: Celtic

  • Leigh

    Meaning: Meadow. Surname or given name.

    Origin: English

  • Leigh Ann

    Meaning: Beautiful woman

    Origin: American

  • Leigh-Ann

    Meaning: In the meadow praying.

    Origin: Hebrew

  • Leighanne

    Origin: American

  • Leighton

    Meaning: From the meadow farm

    Origin: English

  • Leila

    Meaning: Born at night.

    Origin: Arabic

  • Leila

    Meaning: Name of a saint

    Origin: Irish

  • Leila

    Meaning: Name of a saint

    Origin: Irish

  • Leilah

    Meaning: Born at night.

    Origin: Arabic

  • Leilana

    Meaning: Heavenly child.

    Origin: Hawaiian

  • LeiLani

    Meaning: Heavenly flower, Heavenly child

    Origin: Hawaiian

  • Leilanie

    Meaning: Flower of heaven.

    Origin: Hawaiian

  • Leilany

    Meaning: Heavenly Flower. Alternate Spelling: Leilani.

    Origin: Unknown

  • Leiloni

    Meaning: Heavenly Child. Flower.

    Origin: Unknown

  • Leira

    Meaning: Reference to the Virgin Mary

    Origin: Spanish

  • Leisha

    Origin: Unknown

  • Leith

    Meaning: Meadow

    Origin: Celtic

  • Leith

    Meaning: River

    Origin: Scottish

  • Leith

    Meaning: River

    Origin: Scottish

  • Lela

    Meaning: loyalty

    Origin: French

  • Lela

    Meaning: Born at night.

    Origin: Arabic

  • Leland

    Meaning: From the meadow land Pasture ground.

    Origin: English

  • Lele

    Meaning: Loyal

    Origin: English

  • Leman

    Meaning: From the valley

    Origin: English

  • Lemuel

    Meaning: Dedicated to God

    Origin: Hebrew

  • Lemuela

    Meaning: Devoted to God

    Origin: Hebrew

  • Len

    Meaning: Abbreviation of Leonard.

    Origin: English

  • Len

    Meaning: Flute (Hopi)

    Origin: Native American

  • Lena

    Meaning: Name suffix.

    Origin: English

  • Lenae

    Meaning: Light.

    Origin: Unknown

  • Lenard

    Meaning: Lion-bold.

    Origin: German

  • Lenard

    Meaning: Lion-bold.

    Origin: French

  • Lendall

    Meaning: From the linden tree dell.

    Origin: English

  • Lendell

    Meaning: From the linden tree dell.

    Origin: English

  • Lenee

    Meaning: Pronounced just like Renee but with the L.

    Origin: Unknown

  • Leng

    Meaning: Long

    Origin: Anglo-Saxon

  • Lenmana

    Meaning: Flute girl (Hopi)

    Origin: Native American

  • Lenn

    Meaning: Abbreviation of Leonard.

    Origin: English

  • Lennard

    Meaning: Lion-bold.

    Origin: German

  • Lennard

    Meaning: Lion-bold.

    Origin: French

  • Lennell

    Meaning: Abbreviation of Leonard.

    Origin: English

  • Lennie

    Meaning: Abbreviation of Leonard.

    Origin: English

  • Lenno

    Meaning: Man

    Origin: Native American

  • Lennon

    Meaning: Surname.

    Origin: Irish

  • Lennox

    Meaning: Surname and clan name. Lennox: a Scottish nobleman: appears in Shakespeare's Macbeth.

    Origin: Scottish

  • Lennox

    Meaning: Surname and clan name. Lennox: a Scottish nobleman: appears in Shakespeare's Macbeth.

    Origin: Scottish

  • Lenny

    Meaning: Abbreviation of Leonard.

    Origin: English

  • Lenora

    Meaning: Shining light. Variant of Eleanor.

    Origin: English

  • Lenore

    Origin: Unknown

  • Leo

    Meaning: Lion.

    Origin: English

  • Leocadie

    Meaning: Lion

    Origin: French

  • Leod

    Meaning: Ugly

    Origin: Scottish

  • Leod

    Meaning: Ugly

    Origin: Scottish

  • Leoda

    Meaning: Of the people

    Origin: German

  • Leoda

    Meaning: Of the people

    Origin: German

  • Leodegan

    Meaning: Father of Guinevere

    Origin: Arthurian Legend

  • Leodegrance

    Meaning: Lion

    Origin: French

  • Leodegraunce

    Meaning: Father of Guinevere

    Origin: Arthurian Legend

  • Leof

    Meaning: Beloved

    Origin: Anglo-Saxon

  • Leola

    Meaning: Loyal: faithful.

    Origin: French

  • Leoma

    Meaning: Bright

    Origin: English

  • Leon

    Meaning: Lion. The lion is a figure in art and religious symbolism of many cultures: symbolizing kingliness and grandeur and courage.

    Origin: German

  • Leon

    Meaning: Lion

    Origin: Spanish

  • Leon

    Meaning: Lion. The lion is a figure in art and religious symbolism of many cultures: symbolizing kingliness and grandeur and courage.

    Origin: French

  • Leona

    Meaning: Lion: lioness. Feminine of Leon.

    Origin: French

  • Leonard

    Meaning: Lion-bold.

    Origin: German

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