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Meaning of the Name Bour

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

African: Rock

Similar Names

Bar | Barr | Beer | Beor | Ber | Birr | Bor | Bori | Borr | Borre |

Related Names

Adriano  (Shakespearean)
'Love's Labours Lost' Don Adriano De Armado, Fantastical Spaniard
Amalia  (Italian)
From Amelia, a Derivative of the Old German Amalburga Meaning Labour. Hard Working
Amalia  (German)
Variant of Amelia: from the Old German Amalburga, Meaning Labour and the Latin Aemilia
Amalle  (German)
Variant of Amelia: from the Old German Amalburga, Meaning Labour and the Latin Aemilia
Amelia  (German)
Variant of Amelia: from the Old German Amalburga, Meaning Labour and the Latin Aemilia
Berowne  (Shakespearean)
'Love's Labours Lost' Lord Attending on King Ferdinand
Biron  (English)
Surname Used As a Given Name. Biron Was the Name of a Character in Shakespeare's Loves Labours Lost
Bourbon  (Shakespearean)
'King Henry V' Duke of Bourbon
Bourchier  (Shakespearean)
'King Richard Iii' Cardinal Bourchier, Archbishop of Canterbury
Bourey  (Cambodian)
County
Bourke  (English)
Fortified Hill. See Also Berkley
Bourke  (French)
Variant of Burke: Lives in a Fortress
Bourn  (English)
From the Brook
Bourne  (English)
From the Brook
Boyet  (Shakespearean)
'Love's Labours Lost' Lord Attending on the Princess of France
Bradbourne  (English)
From the Broad Brook
Claybourne  (English)
From the Clay Brook
Claybourne  (Teutonic)
Mortal
Costard  (Shakespearean)
'Love's Labours Lost' a Clown
De Armado  (Shakespearean)
'Love's Labours Lost' Don Adriano De Armado, Fantastical Spaniard
Dearbourn  (English)
Variant of Dearborn: Deer River
Dearbourne  (English)
From the Deer Brook
Derebourne  (English)
From the Deer Brook
Dull  (Shakespearean)
'Love's Labours Lost' a Constable
Dumain  (Shakespearean)
'Love's Labours Lost' Lord Attending on King Ferdinand
Ebisu  (Japanese)
Japanese God of Labour and Luck
Emery  (German)
Brave; Powerful. from the Old German Name Emmerich, Derived from 'Amal', Meaning Labour and 'Ne', Meaning Ruler. Variant of Amory. Commonly Used As a Surname
Emily  (German)
Feminine Form of Emil: from the Roman Family Name Aemilius, Meaning 'Industrious.' Also a Variant of Amelia: from the Old German Amalburga, Meaning Labour and the Latin Aemilia
Ferdinand  (Shakespearean)
'Love's Labours Lost' King of Navarre. 'The Tempest' Son to the King of Naples
France  (Shakespearean)
'Love's Labours Lost' the Princess of France
Hercules  (Latin)
Glory of Hera. Glorious Gift. Derived from the Greek Name Heracles. in Greek Mythology, Hercules (Or Heracles) Was the Son of Zeus, Who Performed the Twelve Labours After Killing His Wife and Children
Holofernes  (Shakespearean)
'Love's Labours Lost' a Schoolmaster
Ida  (German)
Labour. Active. The Heroine of Tennyson's Poem 'The Princess'
Jaquenetta  (Shakespearean)
'Love's Labours Lost' a Country Wench
Katharine  (Shakespearean)
'King Henry the Eighth' Queen Katharine, Wife to King Henry, Afterwards Divorced. 'Love's Labours Lost' a Lady Attending on the Princess of France
Longaville  (Shakespearean)
'Love's Labours Lost' Lord Attending on King Ferdinand
Marcade  (Shakespearean)
'Love's Labours Lost' Lord Attending on the Princess of France
Maria  (Shakespearean)
'Love's Labours Lost' a Lady Attending on the Princess of France. 'Twelfth Night', Also Called 'What You Will' Olivia's Waiting Woman
Mariana  (Shakespearean)
'All's Well That Ends Well.' Neighbour and Friend to the Widow of Florence 'Measure for Measure' Betrothed to Angelo
Melba  (Australian)
Derived from the Australian City of Melbourne
Melbourne  (English)
From the Mill Stream
Millie  (German)
Strength, Determination. Diminutive of Amelia: from the Old German Amalburga, Meaning Labour, and the Latin Aemilia. Famous Bearers: Th Century British King George Iii's Daughter Princess Amelia' Henr
Milly  (German)
Strength, Determination; Industrious. Diminutive of Millicent or Amelia: from the Old German Word for Labour, and the Latin Aemilia
Moth  (Shakespearean)
'Love's Labours Lost' Page to Armado. 'A Midsummer Night's Dream' a Fairy
Nathaniel  (Shakespearean)
'Love's Labours Lost' Sir Nathaniel, a Curate
Osborn  (Scandinavian)
Sacred Bear (Osborne, Osbourn)
Osbourne  (English)
Divine Warrior
Osbourne  (Scandinavian)
Born from a Bear
Radbourne  (English)
Lives by the Red Stream
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