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Names That Mean Liam

118 names found for "Liam"   (page 1 of 3) 

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

Similar Names

Lalam | Lam | Lean | Liana | Lin | Line | Linn | Lino | Lion | Lyam |

Related Names

Adela  (German)
Pleasant; of the Nobility. Noble. from the Old German 'Athal' Meaning Noble. Famous Bearer: Adela Was the Name of One of British King William I's Daughters
Adelaide  (French)
Nobility. French Form of the Old German Adalheidis, a Compound of 'Athal' (Noble) and 'Haida' (Hood). Adelaide, the Capital of South Australia, Was Named After Queen Adelaide, King William Iv's Consor
Alberic  (English)
Variant of Aubrey: Rules With Elf-wisdom. Introduced into Britain from France by Aubrey De Vere, a Friend of William the Conquerer. De Vere's Grandson Became the Earl of Oxford
Algernon  (French)
With Whiskers, Bearded. in Norman Times, When Most Men Were Clean-shaven, This Nickname Was Given Two Mustache-wearing Companions of William the Conqueror, One of Whom Was William De Percy, Founder of
Algie  (French)
Diminutive of Algernon: With Whiskers, Bearded. in Norman Times, When Most Men Were Clean-shaven, This Nickname Was Given Two Mustache-wearing Companions of William the Conqueror
Algy  (French)
Diminutive of Algernon: With Whiskers, Bearded. in Norman Times, When Most Men Were Clean-shaven, This Nickname Was Given Two Mustache-wearing Companions of William the Conqueror
Annson  (English)
Variant of Anson: Anne's Son; Son of God. Famous Bearer: Actor Anson Williams
Anson  (English)
Anne's Son; Son of God. Famous Bearer: Actor Anson Williams
Ansson  (English)
Variant of Anson: Anne's Son; Son of God. Famous Bearer: Actor Anson Williams
Auberon  (English)
Variant of Aubrey: Rules With Elf-wisdom. Introduced into Britain from France by Aubrey De Vere, a Friend of William the Conquerer. De Vere's Grandson Became the Earl of Oxford
Aubrey  (English)
Rules With Elf-wisdom. Introduced into Britain from France by Aubrey De Vere, a Friend of William the Conquerer. De Vere's Grandson Became the Earl of Oxford
Bill  (English)
Nickname for William 'Resolute Protector' Often Used As an Independent Name
Bill  (English)
From the Name William
Bill  (German)
Diminutive of William: Will-helmet. Famous Bearers: Poet and Playwright William Shakespeare (-) and William Wordsworth (-)
Billie  (German)
Diminutive of William: Will-helmet. Famous Bearers: Poet and Playwright William Shakespeare (-) and William Wordsworth (-)
Billie  (English)
Nickname for William 'Resolute Protector' Often Used As an Independent Name
Billie  (English)
Determination; Strength. A Nickname for William. Often Combined With Other Names - Billie-jean and Billie Jo
Billy  (English)
Nickname for William 'Resolute Protector' Often Used As an Independent Name
Billy  (German)
From the Name William
Billy  (German)
Diminutive of William: Will-helmet. Famous Bearers: Poet and Playwright William Shakespeare (-) and William Wordsworth (-)
Brandon  (Shakespearean)
'Henry Vi, ' Sir John Stanley. 'Henry Vi, Part Iii' Sir William Stanley. 'As You Like It' a Country Fellow, in Love With Audrey. 'The Merry Wives of Windsor' a Boy, Son to Page. 'Richard Iii' Sir Will
Brian  (English)
Brought to England by the Breton Companions of William the Conqueror, This Name is Originally Derived from the Irish Word for Hill
Bryan  (English)
Brought to England by the Breton Companions of William the Conqueror, This Name is Originally Derived from the Irish Word for Hill. Popular Variant of Brian
Catesby  (Shakespearean)
'Henry Vi, Part ' Sir John Stanley. 'King Henry the Sixth, Part Iii' Sir William Stanley. 'As You Like It' a Country Fellow, in Love With Audrey. 'The Merry Wives of Windsor' a Boy, Son to Page. 'King
Cecilia  (English)
A Feminine Form of Cecil, Derived from the Roman Clan Name Caecilius, Which is Based on the Latin Coccus Meaning 'Blind'. This Name Was Introduced into Britain by One of the Daughters of William the C
Clement  (Scottish)
Gentle, Mild, Merciful; Derived from the Latin Clemens, Which is Directly Derived from Clemens (Gentle, Mild, Merciful). The Gaelic Form of Clement is Cliamain
Cliamon  (Scottish)
Gentle
Delia  (German)
Diminutive of Adela: Pleasant; of the Nobility. Noble. from the Old German 'Athal' Meaning Noble, Introduced into Britain During the Norman Conquest. Adela Was the Name of One of King William I's Daug
Derby  (Shakespearean)
'Henry Vi, Part ' Sir John Stanley. 'King Henry the Sixth, Part Iii' Sir William Stanley. 'King Richard Iii' Lord Stanley, Called Also Earl of Derby
Dora  (English)
Originally a Diminutive of Dorothea, Dorothy, or Any Name Ending in -dora. it Has Become Common As a Name on Its Own. Famous Bearer: William Wordsworth's Daughter Was Known in Later Life As Dora
Dorette  (English)
Variant of Dora: Originally a Diminutive of Dorothea, Dorothy, or Any Name Ending in -dora. it Has Become Common As a Name on Its Own. Famous Bearer: William Wordsworth's Daughter Was Known in Later L
Dorita  (English)
Variant of Dora: Originally a Diminutive of Dorothea, Dorothy, or Any Name Ending in -dora. it Has Become Common As a Name on Its Own. Famous Bearer: William Wordsworth's Daughter Was Known in Later L
Eliam  (Biblical)
The People of God
Emlyn  (Welsh)
Industrious. Welsh Version of the Latin Aemilianus. Also, from the Welsh Place Name Newcastle Emlyn. Famous Bearer: Welsh Actor and Dramatist Emlyn Williams
Fiona  (Gaelic)
White or Fair. Reportedly First Used As a Name by Scottish Author William Sharp, Who Used the Pseudonym Fiona Macleod
Fitzwilliam  (Irish)
Soldier's Son
Fitzwilliam  (Celtic/Gaelic)
Son of William
Gillermo  (Spanish)
Variant of William 'Resolute Protector.'
Glansdale  (Shakespearean)
'Henry Vi, Part ' Sir William Glansdale
Guillaume  (French)
The French Form of the Name William, Meaning Resolute Protector
Guillelmina  (Italian)
Feminine Form of William: Resolute Protector
Guillermo  (Spanish)
Variant of William 'Resolute Protector.'
Guillermo  (Spanish)
Form of William
Gulielma  (Italian)
An Italian Feminine Form of William, Meaning Resolute or Determined Protector
Gulielma  (German)
Feminine Form of William: Will-helmet
Gwilym  (Welsh)
A Welsh Variant of William, Meaning Resolute Protector
Gwilym  (German)
Variant of William: Will-helmet. Famous Bearers: Poet and Playwright William Shakespeare (-) and William Wordsworth (-)
Gwylim  (German)
Variant of William: Will-helmet. Famous Bearers: Poet and Playwright William Shakespeare (-) and William Wordsworth (-)
Gwylim  (Welsh)
A Welsh Variant of William, Meaning Resolute Protector
Hamnet  (German)
Derived from the Old German Word 'Haimund' for House or Home Protector. A Variant of Hamo. Famous Bearer: the Son of William Shakespeare and Anne Hathaway
118 names found for "Liam"   (page 1 of 3) 

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