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Meaning of the Name Arlan

The first name Arlan is of Danish, Hebrew, Irish, Celtic origin. It is often a boy name. It has the following meaning(s):

Danish: Pledge
Hebrew: Pledge
Irish: Variant of Arlen: Gaelic Word Meaning 'Pledge; Promise; Oath'
Celtic: Oath

Similar Names

Arlen | Arlin | Arlyn | Arlana | Arlane | Arleana | Arleen | Arlena | Arlene | Arlina |

Related Names

Arlana  (Celtic)
An Oath
Arlana  (English)
Variant of Carlene and Charlene
Arland  (Hebrew)
Pledge
Arlando  (Hebrew)
Pledge
Arlane  (Greek)
Variant of Ariadne: Chaste, Very Holy. Ariadne Was Greek Mythological Daughter of King Minos of Crete Who Aided Theseus to Escape from the Cretan Labyrinth After Killing the Minotaur
Dorothy  (English)
Gift of God. A Variant of Dorothea and the Most Common Form of the Name in English- Speaking Countries. Famous Bearer: the Young Heroine of 'The Wizard of Oz', Played by Judy Garland in the Film
Farlan  (Scottish)
Son of the Furrows
Farlane  (Scottish)
Son of the Furrows
Gajra  (Indian)
Garland of Flowers
Garlan  (French)
Wreath; Prize
Garland  (English)
From the Spear Land
Garland  (French)
Crowned in Victory 'Wreath; Prize.'
Garland  (French)
Wreath of Flowers
Garland  (French)
Neck- Lace of Flowers (Garlanda, Garlande)
Garland  (French)
Crowned With Flowers
Harlan  (English)
From the Army
Harlan  (English)
From the Hare's Land
Harlan  (Teutonic)
From the Land of Strength
Harland  (English)
Meadow of the Hares. Variant of Harley. Surname
Harland  (Teutonic)
From the Land of Strength
Laura  (Latin)
From Laurel Garland, the Ancient Roman Symbol of Victory (Lari, Laureen, Laurel, Lauren, Laurette, Lori, Loralie, Loren, Loretta, Loretee, Lorna, Loree, Lorie, Lorrie)
Loren  (English)
From Laurel Garland, the Ancient Roman Symbol of Victory
MacFarlane  (Scottish)
Son of Farlan
Mala  (Indian)
necklace, garland
Mala  (Hindu)
Necklace, Garland
Marlan  (English)
A Form of Merle
Marlana  (German)
Variant of Madeline 'Woman from Magdala
Marlana  (English)
Variant of Marlene, Derived from Madeline: Woman from Magdala
Marland  (English)
From the March. A Form of Merle
Parlan  (Celtic/Gaelic)
From the Name Bartholomew
Parlan  (Scottish)
Farmer
Parlan  (Aramaic)
Ploughman
Parlan  (Gaelic)
Gaelic Form of the Biblical Bartholomew (Son of Talmai). (Par-lan)
Rosalia  (Spanish)
Rose Garlands
Stephen  (English)
A Crown. A Garland; (Stee-ven)
Steven  (Greek)
Garland, Crown (Stephen, Stefan, Steve, Stevie, Stefano, Etienne, Esteban, Estevan, Stephanas, Stepan, Stepka)
Vanmala  (Hindu)
Wildflower Garland
Vanmala  (Indian)
wildflower garland

Additional Names

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