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  • Leopold

    Meaning: A bold man.

    Origin: English

  • Leopold

    Meaning: Prince of the people

    Origin: German

  • Leopolda

    Meaning: Of the people

    Origin: German

  • Leopolda

    Meaning: Of the people

    Origin: German

  • Leopoldina

    Meaning: Of the people

    Origin: German

  • Leopoldina

    Meaning: Of the people

    Origin: German

  • Leopoldine

    Meaning: Of the people

    Origin: German

  • Leopoldine

    Meaning: Of the people

    Origin: German

  • Leopoldo

    Meaning: Prince of the people

    Origin: German

  • Leopoldo

    Meaning: A bold man.

    Origin: Spanish

  • Leota

    Meaning: Of the people

    Origin: German

  • Leota

    Meaning: Of the people

    Origin: German

  • Leotie

    Meaning: Flower of the prairie

    Origin: Native American

  • Lera

    Meaning: Reference to the Virgin Mary

    Origin: Spanish

  • Leroi

    Meaning: The king.

    Origin: French

  • Leron

    Meaning: The circle.

    Origin: French

  • Leroux

    Meaning: The red-haired one.

    Origin: French

  • Leroy

    Meaning: The king.

    Origin: French

  • Lesham

    Meaning: Precious

    Origin: Hebrew

  • LeShanti

    Origin: Unknown

  • Leslee

    Meaning: Derived from name of a prominent Scottish clan Leslie.

    Origin: Scottish

  • Leslee

    Meaning: Derived from name of a prominent Scottish clan Leslie.

    Origin: Scottish

  • Lesley

    Meaning: From the gray fortress

    Origin: Celtic

  • Lesley

    Meaning: From the gray fortress

    Origin: Celtic

  • Leslie

    Meaning: From the gray fortress

    Origin: Celtic

  • Leslie

    Meaning: From the gray fortress

    Origin: Celtic

  • Leslie

    Meaning: Dwells at the gray fortress

    Origin: Scottish

  • Leslie

    Meaning: Dwells at the gray fortress

    Origin: Scottish

  • Leslie

    Meaning: From Leslie

    Origin: Scottish

  • Leslie

    Meaning: From Leslie

    Origin: Scottish

  • Lester

    Meaning: Fortified place.

    Origin: English

  • Letitia

    Meaning: Modern form of medieval name Letitia. Joyful:happy.

    Origin: English

  • Letitia

    Meaning: Happy

    Origin: Spanish

  • Letitia

    Meaning: Modern form of medieval name Letitia. Joyful:happy.

    Origin: English

  • Letje

    Meaning: Tiny and womanly

    Origin: French

  • Letya

    Meaning: Tiny and womanly

    Origin: French

  • Lev

    Meaning: United

    Origin: Hebrew

  • Levane

    Meaning: the elm tree

    Origin: Irish

  • Levane

    Meaning: the elm tree

    Origin: Irish

  • Levene

    Meaning: Issh

    Origin: English

  • Leveret

    Meaning: Young rabbit

    Origin: French

  • Leverett

    Meaning: Young rabbit

    Origin: French

  • Leverton

    Meaning: From the rush farm

    Origin: English

  • Levey

    Meaning: United

    Origin: Hebrew

  • Levi

    Meaning: Joined. Levi: third ' of Jacob's 12 sons: became father of the tribe that was assigned priestly duties.

    Origin: Hebrew

  • Levia

    Meaning: Join

    Origin: Hebrew

  • Levina

    Meaning: Derived from the Roman given name Levinia.

    Origin: Spanish

  • Levina

    Meaning: Issh

    Origin: English

  • Levyna

    Meaning: Issh

    Origin: English

  • Lew

    Meaning: Shelter

    Origin: English

  • Lewanna

    Meaning: The moon

    Origin: Hebrew

  • Lewi

    Meaning: United

    Origin: Hebrew

  • Lewis

    Meaning: Renowned fighter. Form of Louis.

    Origin: English

  • Lewy

    Meaning: Famous fighter

    Origin: German

  • Lex

    Meaning: Abbreviation of Alexander.

    Origin: English

  • Lexandra

    Meaning: Defender of mankind. Feminine of Alexander.

    Origin: English

  • Lexann

    Meaning: Variant of Alexandra. Defender of mankind.

    Origin: English

  • Lexann

    Meaning: Variant of Alexandra. Defender of mankind.

    Origin: English

  • Lexi

    Meaning: Variant of Alexandra. Defender of mankind.

    Origin: English

  • Lexie

    Meaning: Variant of Alexandra. Defender of mankind.

    Origin: English

  • Lexy

    Meaning: Defender of mankind. Variant of Alexander.

    Origin: Greek

  • Ley

    Meaning: Meadow

    Origin: English

  • Leya

    Meaning: Loyalty

    Origin: Spanish

  • Leyla

    Meaning: Born at night.

    Origin: Arabic

  • Leyman

    Meaning: From the valley

    Origin: English

  • Leyti

    Meaning: Shaped like an abalone shell (Miwok)

    Origin: Native American

  • Lezlie

    Meaning: Name of a prominent Scottish clan spelled to preserve original Scottish pronunciation.

    Origin: Scottish

  • Lezlie

    Meaning: Name of a prominent Scottish clan spelled to preserve original Scottish pronunciation.

    Origin: Scottish

  • Lia

    Meaning: Is an abbreviation of names like Amalia: (hard working:industrious) and Rosalia: (Rose).

    Origin: Spanish

  • Lia

    Meaning: Is an abbreviation of names like Amalia: (hard working:industrious) and Rosalia: (Rose).

    Origin: Spanish

  • Liam

    Meaning: Form of William.

    Origin: Irish

  • Lian

    Meaning: The Graceful Willow

    Origin: Chinese

  • Lian

    Meaning: Lotus Flower

    Origin: Chinese

  • Liana

    Meaning: Youthful

    Origin: Spanish

  • Liana

    Meaning: Bond

    Origin: French

  • Liane

    Meaning: Bond

    Origin: French

  • Liane

    Meaning: Daughter of the sun. Diminutive of Eliana.

    Origin: English

  • Lianna

    Meaning: Daughter of the sun. Diminutive of Eliana.

    Origin: English

  • Libby

    Meaning: Diminutive of Elizabeth.

    Origin: English

  • Libby

    Meaning: Variation of Elizabeth. My God is bountiful:God of plenty.

    Origin: English

  • Liberty

    Meaning: Free

    Origin: English

  • Licia

    Meaning: Modern abbreviation of Alicia sweet:honest.

    Origin: English

  • Lidia

    Origin: Spanish

  • Lidmann

    Meaning: Sailor

    Origin: Anglo-Saxon

  • Lidoine

    Meaning: Daughter of Cavalon

    Origin: Arthurian Legend

  • Liealia

    Meaning: Loyal

    Origin: French

  • Liesbet

    Meaning: Devoted to God

    Origin: Hebrew

  • Liesheth

    Meaning: Devoted to God

    Origin: Hebrew

  • Liesl

    Meaning: Variation of Elizabeth. My God is bountiful:God of plenty.

    Origin: English

  • Liezel

    Meaning: Abbreviation of Elizabeth My God is bountiful:God of plenty.

    Origin: German

  • Liezel

    Meaning: Abbreviation of Elizabeth My God is bountiful:God of plenty.

    Origin: German

  • Lifton

    Meaning: From tbe hillside town

    Origin: English

  • Lil

    Meaning: Name of a saint

    Origin: Irish

  • Lil

    Meaning: Name of a saint

    Origin: Irish

  • Lila

    Meaning: Feminine of Lyle from the island. Variant of Delilah.

    Origin: English

  • Lilah

    Meaning: Feminine of Lyle from the island. Variant of Delilah.

    Origin: English

  • Lilah

    Meaning: Lily

    Origin: Hebrew

  • Lili

    Meaning: The flower lily is a symbol of innocence: purity and beauty.

    Origin: French

  • Lilian

    Meaning: Variant of Lillian derived from the flower name Lily. Symbol of innocence: purity: beauty.

    Origin: English

  • Lilian

    Meaning: Variant of Lillian derived from the flower name Lily. Symbol of innocence: purity: beauty.

    Origin: English

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