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Names That Mean Brit

354 names found for "Brit"   (page 1 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

Adela  (German)
Pleasant; of the Nobility. Noble. from the Old German 'Athal' Meaning Noble. Famous Bearer: Adela Was the Name of One of British King William I's Daughters
Adolf  (Latin)
Variant of Adolphus: Latinized Form of the Old German 'Adalwolf' Meaning Noble Wolf. Used by Th and German Royal Families, and Introduced into Britain by the Hanoverians
Adolph  (Latin)
Variant of Adolphus: Latinized Form of the Old German 'Adalwolf' Meaning Noble Wolf. Used by Th and German Royal Families, and Introduced into Britain by the Hanoverians
Adolphe  (Latin)
Variant of Adolphus: Latinized Form of the Old German 'Adalwolf' Meaning Noble Wolf. Used by Th and German Royal Families, and Introduced into Britain by the Hanoverians
Adolphus  (Latin)
Latinized Form of the Old German 'Adalwolf' Meaning Noble Wolf. Used by Th and German Royal Families, and Introduced into Britain by the Hanoverians
Adrian  (English)
From the Latin Hadrianus Meaning of Adria or of the Adriatic Sea Region. Pope Adrian Iv Was a Century British Pope Who Became Popular in the S When Sue Townsend Published 'The Secret Diary of Adrian M
Agacia  (Greek)
Variant of Agatha: Good. St. Agatha Was a 3rd Century Christian Martyr. Agatha Was Popular During the Middle Ages. Famous Bearer: TwentieBritish Mystery Writer Agatha Christie
Agatha  (Greek)
Good. St. Agatha Was a 3rd Century Christian Martyr. Agatha Was Popular During the Middle Ages. Famous Bearer: TwentieBritish Mystery Writer Agatha Christie
Ainsley  (English)
Derived from the Brittish Nottinghamshire Place Name of Annesley. from Ann's Meadow. from the Awe Inspiring One's Meadow
Ainsley  (English)
Derived from the Brittish Nottinghamshire Place Name of Annesley. from Ann's Meadow. from the Awe Inspiring One's Meadow
Ainslie  (English)
Derived from the Brittish Nottinghamshire Place Name of Annesley. from Ann's Meadow
Ainslie  (English)
Derived from the Brittish Nottinghamshire Place Name of Annesley. from Ann's Meadow. from the Awe Inspiring One's Meadow
Al  (Celtic)
Diminutive of Alan: Harmony, Stone, or Noble. Also Fair, Handsome. Originally a Saint's Name, it Was Reintroduced to Britain During the Norman Conquest, Remained Popular Throughout the Middle Ages
Alain  (Celtic)
Variant of Alan: Harmony, Stone, or Noble. Also Fair, Handsome. Originally a Saint's Name, it Was Reintroduced to Britain During the Norman Conquest, Remained Popular Throughout the Middle Ages
Alan  (Celtic)
Harmony, Stone, or Noble. Also Fair, Handsome. Originally a Saint's Name, it Was Reintroduced to Britain During the Norman Conquest, Remained Popular Throughout the Middle Ages
Alban  (Latin)
From Albanus Meaning 'Of Alba', the Ancient Latin City Alba Longa, Whose Name Derives from Albus Meaning White. St Alban Was Britain's First Martyr
Albany  (Latin)
Variant of Alban: from Albanus Meaning 'Of Alba', the Ancient Latin City Alba Longa, Whose Name Derives from Albus Meaning White. St Alban Was Britain's First Martyr
Alberic  (English)
Variant of Aubrey: Rules With Elf-wisdom. Introduced into Britain from France by Aubrey De Vere, a Friend of William the Conquerer. De Vere's Grandson Became the Earl of Oxford
Albin  (Latin)
From the Latin Albinus, Meaning White.Variant of Alban: from Albanus Meaning 'Of Alba', the Ancient Latin City Alba Longa, Whose Name Derives from Albus Meaning White. St Alban Was Britain's First Mar
Albina  (English)
A Feminine Form of Albin, Borne by a 3rd-century Saint. The Name Was Popular in Britain in the Th and Th Centuries
Albinia  (Italian)
White. A Feminine Form of Albin, Introduced into Britain from Italy. The Name Was Frequently Used by Members of the Aristocratic Cecil Family and Their Descendants
Albion  (Arthurian Legend)
Britain
Albion  (Celtic)
White Cliffs. Ancient Poetic Name for Britain
Albreda  (English)
Introduced into Britain During the Norman Conquest, from an Old German Name Meaning Elf Counsel Was Originally Used for Both Sexes, But is Now Regarded As a Feminine Name
Aldous  (English)
Variant of the German Aldo, an Old German Name Meaning Old, or from the Old House. Aldous Has Been Common in Britain Since the Middle Ages. Famous Bearer: Oth Century British Novelist Aldous Huxley
Alec  (English)
Originally a Diminutive of Alexander, Now Frequently Used As an Independent Name, Alec Became Very Popular Because of British Actor Sir Alec Guinness
Alex  (Greek)
Diminutive of Alexandra: a Feminine Form of Alexander Meaning Defender of Men, Used in Britain. British King Edward Vii's Wife Princess Alexandra of Denmark
Alexandra  (Greek)
A Feminine Form of Alexander Meaning Defender of Men, Used in Britain; it Became Popular After the Marriage of the Marriage of Future King Edward Vii to Princess Alexandra of Denmark
Alexandria  (Greek)
Variant of Alexandra: a Feminine Form of Alexander Meaning Defender of Men, Used in Britain; it Became Popular After the Marriage of the Marriage of Future King Edward Vii to Princess Alexandra of Den
Alexandrina  (English)
Feminine Form of Greek Alexander Meaning Defender of Man, Common in Britain. Queen Victoria's First Name Was Alexandrina
Alexandrina  (Greek)
Variant of Alexandra: a Feminine Form of Alexander Meaning Defender of Men, Used in Britain; it Became Popular After the Marriage of Future King Edward Vii to Princess Alexandra of Denmark
Alexis  (Russian)
Defender or Helper. This Russian Masculine Name Became Popular in Britain and the Us, and is Now Given to Children of Either Sexe
Alice  (English)
Of the Nobility. from the German Adalheidis Meaning Nobility, and the French Adeliz Which is a Form of Adelaide. Used in Britian; Alice Became Very Popular in When Lewis Carrol's Alice in Wonderland W
Alix  (Greek)
Diminutive of Alexandra: a Feminine Form of Alexander Meaning Defender of Men, Used in Britain; it Became Popular After the Marriage of the Marriage of Future King Edward Vii to Princess Alexandra of
Allan  (Celtic)
Harmony, Stone, or Noble. Also Fair, Handsome. Originally a Saint's Name, it Was Reintroduced to Britain During the Norman Conquest, Remained Popular Throughout the Middle Ages, and Was Revived. See A
Allen  (Celtic)
Harmony, Stone, or Noble. Also Fair, Handsome. Originally a Saint's Name, it Was Reintroduced to Britain During the Norman Conquest, Remained Popular Throughout the Middle Ages, and Was Revived
Allie  (Celtic)
Diminutive of Alan: Harmony, Stone, or Noble. Also Fair, Handsome. Originally a Saint's Name, it Was Reintroduced to Britain During the Norman Conquest, Remained Popular Throughout the Middle Ages, an
Ally  (Celtic)
Diminutive of Alan: Harmony, Stone, or Noble. Also Fair, Handsome. Originally a Saint's Name, it Was Reintroduced to Britain During the Norman Conquest, Remained Popular Throughout the Middle Ages, an
Aloisia  (French)
Feminine Form of Aloysius: a French Provincial Variant of Louis. Aloysius is the Name of the Italian Saint Aloysius of Gonzaga, and Common Among British Roman Catholics
Aloysia  (French)
Feminine Form of Aloysius: a French Provincial Variant of Louis. Aloysius is the Name of the Italian Saint Aloysius of Gonzaga, and Common Among British Roman Catholics
Aloysius  (French)
Variant of Louis: Famous Warrior, from the Old German 'Chlodovech'. Aloysius is the Name of the Italian Saint Aloysius of Gonzaga, and Common Among British Roman Catholics
Alun  (Celtic)
Harmony, Stone, or Noble. Also Fair, Handsome. Originally a Saint's Name, it Was Reintroduced to Britain During the Norman Conquest, Remained Popular Throughout the Middle Ages, and Was Revived
Amanda  (Latin)
Lovable, Worthy of Love. Some Scholars Believe This Name Was Invented by British Dramatist Colley Cibber Who Gave it to a Character in His Play 'Love's Last Shift.' Noel Coward Later Named a Character
Ambrose  (Greek)
Immortal. British Military Leader Ambrosius Aurelianus Was Probably a Prototype for Legendary King Arthur
Ambrosina  (Greek)
Feminine Form of Ambrose: Immortal. British Military Leader Ambrosius Aurelianus Was Probably a Prototype for Legendary King Arthur
Ambruslne  (Greek)
Feminine Form of Ambrose: Immortal. British Military Leader Ambrosius Aurelianus Was Probably a Prototype for Legendary King Arthur
Amias  (French)
From the Old French Name Derived from Latin 'Amatus' Meaning Loved. Used by British Writer Charles Kingsley for the Hero of His Novel 'Westward Ho!'
Amorica  (English)
Ancient Name for Britain
Amyas  (French)
From the Old French Name Derived from Latin 'Amatus' Meaning Loved. Used by British Writer Charles Kingsley for the Hero of His Novel 'Westward Ho!'
Andrew  (Greek)
Manly. St Andrew, an Apostle of Jesus Christ, Later Became Patron Saint of Scotland. The Scottish City St Andrews is Named for Him. it Was in Frequent Use Throughout Britain During the Middle Ages
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