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Names That Mean Spear

348 names found for "Spear"   (page 1 of 7) 

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

Similar Names

Sephar | Spere |

Related Names

Adair  (English)
Variant of Edgar: Fortunate and Powerful. from the Old English Name Eadgar, a Compound of 'Ead' Meaning Rich or Happy, and 'Gar' Meaning Spear. Famous Bearer: King Edgar of England; American Author Ed
Adalgar  (German)
Noble Spearman
Aescwine  (English)
Spear Friend
Aescwyn  (English)
Spear Friend
Alfgeir  (Norse)
E!Fin Spear
Algar  (Anglo Saxon)
Noble Spearman
Algar  (English)
From the Old English Name Aelfgar, Meaning Elf Spear. Algar Was Common in the Middle Ages, and Developed into the Surname Elgar
Alger  (Teutonic)
Noble Spear
Alger  (Anglo Saxon)
Noble Spearman
Alger  (German)
Noble Spearman
Alger  (English)
Variant of Algar: from the Old English Name Aelfgar, Meaning Elf Spear.In the S, American Government Official Alger Hiss Was Accused of Spying for the Ussr
Algiana  (Teutonic)
Spear
Algiane  (Teutonic)
Spear
Ansgar  (Norse)
Spear of the Gods
Ansgar  (Teutonic)
Divine Spear
Arel  (Hebrew)
Variant of Ariel: Sprite; Lion of God. A Biblical Alternate Name for Jerusalem. Name of a Prankish Spirit in Shakespeare's the Tempest
Arial  (Hebrew)
Feminine Form of Ariel: Sprite; Lion of God. A Biblical Alternate Name for Jerusalem. Name of a Prankish Spirit in Shakespeare's the Tempest
Ariel  (Hebrew)
Sprite; Lion of God. A Biblical Alternate Name for Jerusalem. Name of a Prankish Spirit in Shakespeare's the Tempest
Ariel  (Hebrew)
Lioness of God. Biblical Name for Jerusalem. Used by Shakespeare for a Mischevious Spirit in the Tempest
Arngeir  (Norse)
Eagle Spear
Asgeir  (Norse)
Spear of the Gods
Asgerd  (Norse)
Spear of the Gods
Ashwin  (English)
Spear Friend
Ashwyn  (English)
Spear Friend
Aswin  (English)
Friend With a Spear
Aswinn  (English)
Variant of Aswin: Friend With a Spear
Aswyn  (English)
Variant of Aswin: Friend With a Spear
Aswynn  (English)
Variant of Aswin: Friend With a Spear
Barra  (Gaelic)
Spear
Barrie  (Irish)
A Form of Barry, from the Irish Word for Spear. This Name is Given More Commonly to Men, But Also Used As a Feminine Name. Also Fair-haired. Famous Bearer: Sir J. M. Barrie Created Peter Pan
Barrie  (Irish)
A Form of Barry, from the Irish Word for Spear. This Name is Given More Commonly to Men, But Also Used As a Feminine Name. Also Fair-haired. Famous Bearer: Sir J. M. Barrie Created Peter Pan
Barry  (Gaelic)
Spear
Barry  (Irish)
Spear Like
Barry  (Irish)
Fair Haired. Also from the Irish Word for Spear. Used Regurarly Throughout the English-speaking World Since the Early Th Century
Bearach  (Irish)
Spearlike
Bearach  (Gaelic)
Spear
Bearchan  (Irish)
Variant of Bearach: Spearlike
Benedick  (English)
A Variant of Benedict, Meaning Blessed, Given to a Shakespearian Character in the Play Much Ado About Nothing
Benedick  (Latin)
Blessed. Popes Have Been Named Benedict. The Benedictines Monastical Order. Shakespeare's Witty Bachelor Benedick in Much Ado About Nothing
Berangari  (English)
Spearbearer Maid
Bercnan  (Irish)
Variant of Bearach: Spearlike
Berengaria  (English)
Spearbearer Maid
Berengaria  (German)
Feminine Form of Berenger: Derived from an Old German Compound Meaning Bear-spear
Berenger  (German)
Derived Rom an Old German Compound Meaning Bear-spear. The Name Was Fairly Common in Medieval Britain But is Rarely Used Today
Bergin  (Irish)
Variant of Bearach: Spearlike
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 (-)
Billy  (German)
Diminutive of William: Will-helmet. Famous Bearers: Poet and Playwright William Shakespeare (-) and William Wordsworth (-)
Biron  (English)
Surname Used As a Given Name. Biron Was the Name of a Character in Shakespeare's Loves Labours Lost
Cain  (Hebrew)
Spear; Possessed. in the Bible Cain Was the First Murderer Having Killed His Brother Abel in a Fit of Jealousy
348 names found for "Spear"   (page 1 of 7) 

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