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Meaning of the Name Benedict

52 names found for "Benedict"   (page 1 of 2) 

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The first name Benedict is of Irish, Latin, Scottish origin. It is often a boy name. It has the following meaning(s):

Irish: Blessed
Latin: Blessed
Latin: Blessed, Decorous, Restrained, Understanding
Latin: Blessed. from Benedictus Meaning Blessed. Famous Bearers: Italian Saint Benedict of Nursia Founded the Benedictine Order of Monks and Nuns. The Benedictines Monastical Order
Scottish: Blessed; Derived from the Latin Benedictus (Blessed), Which is from Benedicere (To Speak Well Of, to Bless)

Similar Names

Benedicte | Benedicto | Benedikt | Benedikte | Benedicta | Benedikta |

Related Names

Banjamen  (English)
Variant of Benjamin: Right-hand Son. Also a Variant of Benedict
Banjamino  (English)
Variant of Benjamin: Right-hand Son. Also a Variant of Benedict
Banjamon  (English)
Variant of Benjamin: Right-hand Son. Also a Variant of Benedict
Banjiman  (English)
Variant of Benjamin: Right-hand Son. Also a Variant of Benedict
Ben  (Latin)
Diminutive of Benedict: Blessed. from Benedictus Meaning Blessed. Famous Bearers: Italian Saint Benedict of Nursia Founded the Benedictine Order of Monks and Nuns. The Benedictines Monastical Order
Bendek  (Polish)
Polish Form of Benedict 'Blessed'
Bendyk  (Polish)
Polish Form of Benedict 'Blessed'
Benedetto  (Italian)
Blessed. Variant of Latin Benedict
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
Benedicta  (Latin)
Feminine of Benedict
Benedicta  (Latin)
Feminine Form of Benedict: Blessed. from Benedictus Meaning Blessed. Famous Bearers: Italian Saint Benedict of Nursia Founded the Benedictine Order of Monks and Nuns. The Benedictines Monastical Order
Benedicte  (Latin)
Blessed
Benedicto  (Spanish)
Blessed
Benedictson  (Hebrew)
Son of Benedict
Benejamen  (English)
Variant of Benjamin: Right-hand Son. Also a Variant of Benedict
Benes  (Czechoslovakian)
Czechoslovakian for Benedict
Benet  (French)
Variant of Benedict, Meaning Blessed, from the Old French. Became a Common British Surname After Being Introduced to Britian During the Norman Conquest
Benet  (Latin)
Variant of Benedict: Blessed. from Benedictus Meaning Blessed. Famous Bearers: Italian Saint Benedict of Nursia Founded the Benedictine Order of Monks and Nuns. The Benedictines Monastical Order
Benet  (English)
Variant of Benjamin: Right-hand Son. Also a Variant of Benedict
Benett  (English)
Variant of Benjamin: Right-hand Son. Also a Variant of Benedict
Benetta  (Latin)
Feminine of Benedict
Beniamino  (English)
Variant of Benjamin: Right-hand Son. Also a Variant of Benedict
Benicia  (Latin)
Feminine of Benedict
Benita  (Latin)
Blessed. Feminine of Benedict
Benita  (Spanish)
A Feminine Form of the Latin Benedict Meaning Blessed
Benita  (Latin)
Feminine of Benedict
Benito  (Spanish)
A Spanish Diminutive of the Latin Benedict Meaning Blessed. Italian Dictator Benito Mussolini Died In
Benito  (Italian)
Blessed. Variant of Latin Benedict
Benito  (Latin)
Variant of Benedict: Blessed. from Benedictus Meaning Blessed. Famous Bearers: Italian Saint Benedict of Nursia Founded the Benedictine Order of Monks and Nuns. The Benedictines Monastical Order
Benjaman  (English)
Variant of Benjamin: Right-hand Son. Also a Variant of Benedict
Benjimen  (English)
Variant of Benjamin: Right-hand Son. Also a Variant of Benedict
Benn  (English)
Abbreviation of Benjamin and Benedict
Benneit  (Gaelic)
Blessed; Gaelic Form of Benedict
Bennet  (Latin)
Variant of Benedict: Blessed. from Benedictus Meaning Blessed. Famous Bearers: Italian Saint Benedict of Nursia Founded the Benedictine Order of Monks and Nuns. The Benedictines Monastical Order
Bennet  (English)
Variant of Benjamin: Right-hand Son. Also a Variant of Benedict
Bennet  (French)
Variant of Benedict, Meaning Blessed, from the Old French. Became a Common British Surname After Being Introduced to Britian During the Norman Conquest
Bennett  (English)
Variant of Benjamin: Right-hand Son. Also a Variant of Benedict
Bennett  (Latin)
Variant of Benedict: Blessed. from Benedictus Meaning Blessed. Famous Bearers: Italian Saint Benedict of Nursia Founded the Benedictine Order of Monks and Nuns. The Benedictines Monastical Order
Bennett  (French)
Variant of Benedict, Meaning Blessed, from the Old French. Became a Common British Surname After Being Introduced to Britian During the Norman Conquest
Benny  (Hebrew)
Son of My Right Hand. A Diminutive of Benedict or Benjamin Frequently Used As an Individual Name
Benny  (Latin)
Diminutive of Benedict: Blessed. from Benedictus Meaning Blessed. Famous Bearers: Italian Saint Benedict of Nursia Founded the Benedictine Order of Monks and Nuns. The Benedictines Monastical Order
Betta  (Latin)
Feminine of Benedict
Minyamin  (English)
Variant of Benjamin: Right-hand Son. Also a Variant of Benedict
Minyomei  (English)
Variant of Benjamin: Right-hand Son. Also a Variant of Benedict
52 names found for "Benedict"   (page 1 of 2) 

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