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Names That Mean Lace

496 names found for "Lace"   (page 1 of 10) 

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Looking for names that mean Lace? We couldn't find the exact name Lace, but listed below are some first names meaning Lace or names similar to the word Lace.

Similar Names

Lacey | Lach | Lache | Laci | Lacko | Laco | Lacy | Laec | La'eeq | La'iq |

Related Names

Ail  (Scottish)
From the Stony Place
Aila  (Scottish)
From the Strong Place
Aillig  (Scottish)
From the Stony Place
Ailsa  (Scottish)
Derived from a Scottish Place Ailsa Craig, a Small Island Off the Ayrshire Coast. Also Used to Anglicize Ealasaid, the Gaelic Form of Elizabeth. (Ail-sa)
Ainslee  (Gaelic)
Gaelic Surname Derived from a Place Ainsley. Variations: Ainslie. (Ainz-lee)
Ainsley  (Gaelic)
Scottish Surname Taken from the Place Ainsley
Ainsley  (English)
Derived from the Brittish Nottinghamshire Place Name of Annesley. from Ann's Meadow. from the Awe Inspiring One's Meadow
Ainsley  (English)
Derived from the Brittish Nottinghamshire Place Name of Annesley. from Ann's Meadow. from the Awe Inspiring One's Meadow
Ainslie  (English)
Derived from the Brittish Nottinghamshire Place Name of Annesley. from Ann's Meadow
Ainslie  (English)
Derived from the Brittish Nottinghamshire Place Name of Annesley. from Ann's Meadow. from the Awe Inspiring One's Meadow
Akavya  (Hebrew)
Variant of Akiva: Heel; Replaces
Akiba  (Hebrew)
Variant of Akiva: Heel; Replaces
Akins  (Hebrew)
Variant of Akiva: Heel; Replaces
Akiva  (Hebrew)
Heel; Replaces
Akub  (Hebrew)
Replaces
Alana  (Celtic)
From a Distant Place
Alba  (Spanish)
A Place Name
Alba  (Italian)
A Place Name
Albin  (English)
Variant of Albert: Old English for Brilliant; Bright; White. Alban and Albin are English Surnames Probably Based on Spanish/Italian Place Name Alba
Albrecht  (English)
Variant of Albert: Old English for Brilliant; Bright; White. Alban and Albin are English Surnames Probably Based on Spanish/Italian Place Name Alba
Althea  (Greek)
Wholesome, from the Verb Meaning 'To Heal'. Althaia Was the Greek Name for the Marshmallow Plant Which Was Believed to Have Healing Powers. Made Popular by Richard Lovelace's Poem 'To Althea, from Pri
Alva  (Arabic)
Sublime. Alvah Was a Biblical Place and Tribal Name
Alvah  (Arabic)
Sublime. Alvah Was a Biblical Place and Tribal Name
Alvah  (Hebrew)
Exalted One; Sublime. Alvah Was a Biblical Place and Tribal Name
Alvan  (Arabic)
Sublime. Alvah Was a Biblical Place and Tribal Name
Alvan  (Hebrew)
Sublime. Alvah Was a Biblical Place and Tribal Name
Amabel  (Latin)
Beautiful, Loving, Lovable.Amabel Was Used Frequently During the Middle Ages and Has Now Been Largely Replaced by the Diminutive Mabel
Apash Wyakaikt  (Native American)
Nez Perce Name Meaning Flint Necklace
Arafat  (Islamic)
A Place Twelve Miles South West of Mecca Where Pilgrims Perform a Special Worship to Allah During the Hajj
Archibald  (English)
True and Bold, Valuable. Introduced from German During the Norman Conquest, Archibald Replaced an Old English Form of the Name
Arliss  (Irish)
High Fort. A Place Name
Armen  (Hebrew)
High Place
Armin  (Hebrew)
High Place
Armon  (Hebrew)
High Place
Ashley  (English)
Lives in the Ash Tree Grove. Derived from a Surname and Place Name Based on the Old English Word for Ash Wood. Famous Bearer: Ashley, the Male Character in Margaret Mitchell's Popular 'Gone With the W
Ashley  (English)
Lives in the Ash Tree Grove. Derived from a Surname and Place Name Based on the Old English Word for Ash Wood. Famous Bearer: Ashley, the Male Character in Margaret Mitchell's Popular 'Gone With the W
Athol  (Scottish)
From a Surname Based on the Scottish Place Name Atholl
Avalon  (Arthurian Legend)
Arthur's Burial Place
Avaron  (Arthurian Legend)
Arthur's Burial Place
Avarona  (Arthurian Legend)
Arthur's Burial Place
Avilon  (Arthurian Legend)
Arthur's Burial Place
Bamah  (Biblical)
An Eminence or High Place
Barrington  (English)
Fair-haired. Based on a Surname and Place Name of Uncertain Origin. Occasionally Used As a First Name
Bedford  (English)
Derived from the English Place Name, Meaning Bede's Ford. Most Frequently Used As a Surname
Befle  (Latin)
Diminutive of Amabel: Beautiful, Loving, Lovable.Amabel Was Used Frequently During the Middle Ages and Briefly in the Th Century, and Has Now Been Largely Replaced by the Diminutive Mabel
Bentley  (English)
Derived from a Surname and Place Name Referring to a Clearing Covered With Coarse Grass. from the Bent Grass Meadow
Benton  (English)
Settlement in a Grassy Place
Beth-baalmeon  (Biblical)
An Idol of the Dwelling-place
Beth-baalmeon  (Biblical)
An Idol of the Dwelling-place
Beth-meon  (Biblical)
House of the Dwelling-place
496 names found for "Lace"   (page 1 of 10) 

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