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Names That Mean Brit

354 names found for "Brit"   (page 5 of 8) 

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

Similar Names

Barid | Bart | Berith | Bert | Bort | Brad | Bret | Brett | Britt | Brod |

Related Names

Chay  (English)
A Diminutive of Charles, from the Old English 'Ceorl' Meaning Man. Sometimes Used As an Independent Name. Famous Bearers: British Long-distance Yachtsman Chay Blyth
Chip  (English)
Diminutive of Charles: Man (From the Old English 'Ceorl'). Famous Bearers: American Movie Star Charles Bronson; British Prince Charles; Evolutionist Charles Darwin
Chris  (English)
Diminutive of Christine: a Variant of Christina. in the S, Christine Was One of the Three Most Common Feminine Names in Britain. Famous People: American Tennis Player Chris Lloyd
Christahel  (Latin)
Beautiful Christian, from 'Christus' Meaning Christ and 'Bella' Meaning Beautiful. Famous Bearers: S. T. Coleridge's Poem Christabel; British Suffragette Christabel Pankhurst
Christine  (English)
A Variant of Christina. in the S, Christine Was One of the Three Most Common Feminine Names in Britain. Famous People: American Tennis Player Chris Lloyd Was Born Christine Evert
Cilla  (English)
A Diminutive of Priscilla Made Famous by S British Singer Cilia Black, Who Was Born Priscilla White
Claire  (French)
Clear, Bright. A Variant of the English Clara. Famous Bearer: British Actress Claire Bloom
Claud  (Scottish)
From the French Claude, a Variant of the Latin Claudium Meaning Lame. Introduced into Scotland by the Th Century Hamilton Family. Famous Person: British Actor Claude Rains
Claudius  (Latin)
From the Roman Clan Name Claudius, Derived from the Latin Meaning Lame. Famous Bearer: Roman Emperor Claudius , Who Conquered Britian in Ad
Clement  (Latin)
From 'Clemens' Meaning Mild or Merciful. Famous Bearer: the British Nursery Rhyme 'Oranges and Lemons' Refers to a Church Dedicated to St Clement, a Disciple of St Paul Who Became a First Century Pope
Clementia  (Latin)
Mildness. The Name Clementia Was Borne by the Roman Goddess of Mercy. Clementia and Its Variants Have Been Used Occasionally in Britain Since the Middle Ages, Hut are Uncommon in Modern Times
Cleo  (Greek)
A Diminutive of Cleopatra and Clotilde, Meaning Famed. Famous Bearer: Th Century British Jazz Singer Cleo Laine
Clive  (English)
Cliff. Lives at the Cliffs. from an English Surname and Place Name. Famous Bearer Th Century British Soldier and Statesman Robert Clive Was Known As 'Clive of India'.Lives at the Cliffs
Conan  (Celtic)
High, Wise. Introduced into Britain After the Norman Conquest. Famous Bearers: Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, Creator of the Detective Sherlock Holmes; a Number of Counts and Dukes of Brittany Bore the Name
Cymbeline  (Shakespearean)
'Cymbeline' King of Britain
D'Arcy  (English)
Derived from a Surname Introduced into Britain During the Norman Conquest, Based on the The French Place Name Arcy
D'Arcy  (English)
Derived from a Surname Introduced into Britain During the Norman Conquest, Based on the The French Place Name Arcy
Daff  (Greek)
Diminutive of Daphne: Bay Tree, or Laurel Tree. The Greek Mythological Nymph Daphne Was Rescued from the Unwanted Attentions of the God Apollo by Being Turned into a Laurel Bush. Famous Bearer: Britis
Danforth  (English)
Place Name in Britain
Daph  (Greek)
Diminutive of Daphne: Bay Tree, or Laurel Tree. The Greek Mythological Nymph Daphne Was Rescued from the Unwanted Attentions of the God Apollo by Being Turned into a Laurel Bush. Famous Bearer: Britis
Daphne  (Greek)
Bay Tree, or Laurel Tree. The Greek Mythological Nymph Daphne Was Rescued from the Unwanted Attentions of the God Apollo by Being Turned into a Laurel Bush. Famous Bearer: British Author Daphne Du Mau
Darcy  (English)
Derived from a Surname Introduced into Britain During the Norman Conquest, Based on the The French Place Name Arcy
Darcy  (English)
Derived from a Surname Introduced into Britain During the Norman Conquest, Based on the The French Place Name Arcy
Daveed  (Hebrew)
Variant of David: Cherished. Famous Bearers: British Pop Star David Bowie, American Talk-show Host David Letterman
Davidek  (Hebrew)
Variant of David: Cherished. Famous Bearers: British Pop Star David Bowie, American Talk-show Host David Letterman
Delia  (German)
Diminutive of Adela: Pleasant; of the Nobility. Noble. from the Old German 'Athal' Meaning Noble, Introduced into Britain During the Norman Conquest. Adela Was the Name of One of King William I's Daug
Demelza  (English)
Fortified. A Cornish Place Name Sometimes Used As a First Name. Famous Bearer: Demelza Was the Heroine of British Author Winston Graham's Poldark Novels
Denholm  (English)
Valley Island. Derived from a Surname and Place Name. Famous Bearer: British Actor Denholm Elliott
Denzil  (English)
British Town
Di  (Latin)
Diminutive of Diana: Fertile. God, Devine. Famous Bearer: the Late Lady Diana Spencer, Often Called 'Lady Di', Married British Prince Charles and Became Princess Diana of Wales
Diana  (Latin)
Fertile. God, Devine. Famous Bearers: Diana Was the Roman Goddess of Fertility and Childbirth, of Hunting, and the Moon. The Late Lady Diana Spencer, Often Called 'Lady Di', Married British Prince Cha
Dirk  (Dutch)
A Diminutive of Derek Meaning People Ruler. Famous Bearer: British Actor Dirk Bogarde. A Dutch Forms of Theodoric
Dodie  (English)
A Diminutive of Dorothy, Meaning Gift of God. Famous Bearer: British Writer Dodie Smith, Author of the Children's Story Which Became Walt Disney's Film One Hundred and One Dalmatians
Dodya  (Hebrew)
Variant of David: Cherished. Famous Bearers: British Pop Star David Bowie, American Talk-show Host David Letterman
Dover  (Welsh)
Water. A British Seaport on the English Channel
Elam  (English)
Place Name in Britain
Eleanor  (French)
A Variant of Helen Introduced into Britain in Th Century Ad by King Henry Ii's Wife, Eleanor of Aquitaine
Ellen  (English)
A Variant of the Greek Helen, Meaning Shining Light, or Most Beautiful Woman. Famous Bearer: British Actress Dame Ellen Terry
Ellie  (French)
Diminutive of Eleanor: a Variant of Helen Introduced into Britain in Th Century Ad by King Henry Ii's Wife, Eleanor of Aquitaine
Emmeline  (French)
Industrious. Hardworking. from the Old French Ameline, Derived from Old German 'Amal' Meaning Labor. Famous Bearer: British Suffragette Emmeline Pankhurst
Eniryt  (Greek)
Variant of Ambrose: Immortal. British Military Leader Ambrosius Aurelianus Was Probably a Prototype for Legendary King Arthur
Enoch  (Hebrew)
Dedicated, Trained. Famous Bearer: the Old Testament Father of Methuselah Was Named Enoch; British Politician Enoch Powell
Erasmus  (Greek)
Desired or Beloved, Worthy of Love. Famous Bearer: St Erasmus (St. Elmo) is the Patron Saint of Sailors, for Whom St Elmo's Fire is Named; Charles Darwin's Grandfather, British Physician and Poet Eras
Fan  (Latin)
Diminutive of Frances: from France, or Free One. Feminine of Francis. Famous Bearers: British Novelist Frances Burney and Actress Frances Kemble
Fanny  (Latin)
Diminutive of Frances: from France, or Free One. Feminine of Francis. Famous Bearers: British Novelist Frances Burney and Actress Frances Kemble
Fay  (English)
Variant of Faith. Confidence; Trust; Belief. Also Means Magic or Fairy. from 'Fay', Meaning Fairy. Famous Bearers: British Actress Fay Compton, American Actress Faye Dunaway
Felicia  (Latin)
Variant of Felix: Happy. Lucky. Famous Bearers: Cartoon Character Felix the Cat, British Actor Felix Aylmer
Felicity  (Latin)
From 'Felicitas', Meaning Happiness or Good Luck. A Popular Th Century Puritan Virtue Name. Famous Bearer: British Actress Felicity Kendal
Felix  (Latin)
Happy. Lucky. Famous Bearers: Cartoon Character Felix the Cat, British Actor Felix Aylmer
Fflergant  (Welsh)
Legendary King of Brittany
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