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Meaning of the Name Alter

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The first name Alter is of Hebrew origin. It is often a boy name. It has the following meaning(s):

Hebrew: Old

Similar Names

Alder | Altair |

Related Names

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
Atheistan  (English)
From the Old English Aethelstan Meaning Noble Stone. Atheistan Was an Anglo-saxon King. Sir Walter Scott Used the Name Atheistan in His Novel Ivanhoe
Bette  (French)
A Diminutive the Hebrew Elizabeth: My God is Plentiful. Also Used As an Alternate Spelling of Betty. Famous References - American Actress Bette Davis
Bhaltair  (Gaelic)
Ruler of an Army; Gaelic Form of Walter, Which is of Germanic Origin. Variations: Bhatair
Blunt  (Shakespearean)
'King Henry Iv, Part ' Sir Walter Blunt. 'King Henry Iv, Part ' One of the King's Party
Breinna  (Irish)
Variation of Brein...Alternative Sound to the Ever Popular Brianna
Cary  (English)
An Alternative Spelling of Carrie. Cary Became a Popular Masculine First Name in Mid-oth Century Because of Actor Cary Grant, Whose Real Name Was Archibald Leach. V: Carey
Cedric  (English)
Cedric Was a Character in Sir Walter Scott's Novel Ivanhoe. Possibly Derived from a Misspelling of Cerdic, a King of Wessex, or from the Welsh Cedrych, Meaning Bounty-pattern
Cedrych  (English)
Variant of Cedric: Cedric Was a Character in Sir Walter Scott's Novel Ivanhoe. Possibly Derived from a Misspelling of Cerdic, a King of Wessex, or from the Welsh Cedrych, Meaning Bounty-pattern
Charley  (French)
Diminutive of Charlotte: a Feminine Form of Charles, Meaning Man or Manly. Alternate Meaning, Tiny and Feminine
Charlie  (French)
Diminutive of Charlotte: a Feminine Form of Charles, Meaning Man or Manly. Alternate Meaning, Tiny and Feminine
Charlotte  (French)
Diminutive of Charlotte: a Feminine Form of Charles, Meaning Man or Manly. Alternate Meaning, Tiny and Feminine
Chattie  (French)
Diminutive of Charlotte: a Feminine Form of Charles, Meaning Man. Alternate Meaning, Tiny and Feminine. Famous Bearers: Princess Charlotte, Daughter of King George Iv; British Writer Charlotte Bronte
Curt  (English)
A Diminutive of Curtis, Meaning Courteous, or an Alternative Spelling of Kurt or Cort
Darrea  (Greek)
Luxurious, Wealthy, Queenly (Alternate Spelling of Daria)
Douglass  (Scottish)
From the Dark River. The Scottish Douglas Clan Had Two Historical Branches: (Black Douglases and Red Douglases.) the Lords of These Clans Figure in Sir Walter Scott's Novels
Fitz Walter  (English)
Son of Walter
Fitz Water  (English)
Son of Walter
Fitzwalter  (English)
Son of Walter
Fitzwater  (English)
Son of Walter
Galtem  (Italian)
Italian Form of Walter 'strong Warrior'
Galterio  (Italian)
Italian Form of Walter 'strong Warrior'
Galtero  (Spanish)
Spanish Form of Walter 'strong Warrior'
Galtero  (Teutonic)
Powerful Ruler
Gauthier  (French)
French Form of Walter
Gautier  (French)
French Form of Walter
Gualterio  (Spanish)
Spanish Form of Walter 'strong Warrior'
Gualtier  (Italian)
From the Name Walter
Gualtiero  (Italian)
Italian Form of Walter 'strong Warrior'
Gwallter  (Welsh)
Welsh Form of Walter 'strong Fighter'
Herbert  (Shakespearean)
'King Henry Iv, Part ' Sir Walter Blunt. 'Henry Vi, Part ' Walter Whitmore. 'King Richard Iii' Sir Walter Herbert
Ivan  (Slavic)
Variant of John. Ivanhoe is the Medieval Variant Sir Walter Scott Used for the Saxon Hero of 'Ivanhoe.'
Ivan  (Russian)
The Russian Form of John: Gracious Gift from God. Ivanhoe is the Medieval Variant Sir Walter Scott Used for the Saxon Hero of 'Ivanhoe.'
Ivanhoe  (Slavic)
Variant of John. Ivanhoe is the Medieval Variant Sir Walter Scott Used for the Saxon Hero of 'Ivanhoe.'
Ivanhoe  (Russian)
Variant of John. Ivanhoe is the Medieval Variant Sir Walter Scott Used for the Saxon Hero of 'Ivanhoe.'
Ivano  (Slavic)
Variant of John. Ivanhoe is the Medieval Variant Sir Walter Scott Used for the Saxon Hero of 'Ivanhoe.'
Ivano  (Russian)
Variant of John. Ivanhoe is the Medieval Variant Sir Walter Scott Used for the Saxon Hero of 'Ivanhoe.'
Jan  (English)
God is Gracious. A Feminine Form of John. Alternatively, This Name is Used As a Short Form of Any of the Various Names Beginning With the Element Jan-
Joshaviah  (Biblical)
The Seat, Alteration, or Captivity of the Lord
Kay  (English)
Variant of the Latin: Gaius; an Alternative Spelling of Cai. Sir Kay Was a Knight of King Arthur's Round Table. The Name Kay Also Appeared in Hans Christian Andersen's Story 'The Snow Queen'
Latisha  (Latin)
Joy. an Alternate Form of Leticia. (American: Combination of La + Tisha)
Lottie  (French)
Diminutive of Charlotte: a Feminine Form of Charles, Meaning Man. Alternate Meaning, Tiny and Feminine. Famous Bearers: Princess Charlotte, Daughter of King George Iv; British Writer Charlotte Bronte
Lotty  (French)
Diminutive of Charlotte: a Feminine Form of Charles, Meaning Man. Alternate Meaning, Tiny and Feminine. Famous Bearers: Princess Charlotte, Daughter of King George Iv; British Writer Charlotte Bronte
Maura  (Celtic)
Great or 'Dark Skinned'. A Name Perhaps Derived from Mohr (Great). Alternatively, Maura is a Feminine Form of the Latin Maurus (Dark-skinned), Which is Derived from the Greek Mauritius (Of Moorish Lin
Morainn  (Scottish)
White Sear or Very Hairy; Derived from the Irish Muireann, a Compound Name Composed of Muir (Sea) and Fionn (White, Fair, Clear). Alternatively, Some Derive it from More More, Fionach Hairy'
Oberon  (German)
Noble and Bear-like. in a Midsummer Night's Dream, Shakespeare Altered the Spelling of Auberon (King of the Fairies) to Oberon
Oberon  (English)
In a Midsummer Night's Dream, Shakespeare Altered the Spelling to Auberon, King of the Fairies, to Oberon
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