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Names That Mean Came

153 names found for "Came"   (page 1 of 4) 

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

Similar Names

Cain | Caine | Cam | Camey | Camon | Camy | Can | Cana | Caomh | Casen |

Related Names

Abner  (Hebrew)
Father is Light, or Father of Light. The Old Testament Abner Was Saul's Cousin and Army Commander, a Clever Strategist. Abner Became Fashionable After the Reformation. 'Li'L Abner', Was the Hero of a
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
Aiwyn  (English)
Variant of Alvin: Wise Friend. from the Old English Aetheiwine, and Also Aefwine, Both Meaning Noble Friend. Various Forms of Alvin in Use After the Norman Conquest Became Surnames, and Also First Nam
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
Albertina  (English)
Feminine Form of Albert from the Old German Adalbert Meaning Noble and Bright. Albert Became Popular in England After Queen Victoria Married Prince Albert in Noble, Bright
Albertine  (English)
Feminine Form of Albert from the Old German Adalbert Meaning Noble and Bright. Albert Became Popular in England After Queen Victoria Married Prince Albert In
Alcamene  (Latin)
Mother of Hercules
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
Alethea  (Greek)
Truth. Alethea Became Popular When the Future King Charles I Courted Spanish Maria Aletea. Sometimes Confused With the Unrelated Althea.'Truthful.' Mythological Goddess of Truth
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  (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
Alva  (English)
Feminine Form of Alvin: Wise Friend. from the Old English Aetheiwine, and Also Aefwine, Both Meaning Noble Friend. Various Forms of Alvin in Use After the Norman Conquest Became Surnames, and Also Fir
Alvin  (English)
Wise Friend. from the Old English Aetheiwine, and Also Aefwine, Both Meaning Noble Friend. Various Forms of Alvin in Use After the Norman Conquest Became Surnames, and Also First Names
Alvina  (English)
Wise Friend. Friend of the Elves. Feminine Form of Alvin: from the Old English Aetheiwine, and Also Aefwine, Both Meaning Noble Friend. Various Forms of Alvin in Use After the Norman Conquest Became S
Amber  (English)
A Jewel Name That Became Popular from the Name of the Yellowish Resin Used in Jewellery-making. Used Regularly Since the Publication of Oth Century Writer Kathleen Winsor's Novel 'Forever Amber. '
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
Annabel  (English)
Variant of the Latin Amabel. Edgar Allan Poe's Poem 'Annahel Lee' Made the Form Annabel Popular Throughout the English-speaking World. The Form Annabelle Became Popular in the Mid-oth Century
Annabella  (English)
Variant of Annabel: Variant of the Latin Amabel. Edgar Allan Poe's Poem 'Annahel Lee' Made the Form Annabel Popular Throughout the English-speaking World. The Form Annabelle Became Popular in the Mid-
Annabelle  (English)
Variant of the Latin Amabel. Edgar Allan Poe's Poem 'Annahel Lee' Made the Form Annabel Popular Throughout the English-speaking World. The Form Annabelle Became Popular in the Mid-oth Century
Anseim  (English)
Introduced from Germany by St Anselm, Who Became Archbishop of Canterbury
Ansel  (English)
God's Protection. Variant of Anseim: Introduced from Germany by St Anselm, Who Became Archbishop of Canterbury
Ansell  (English)
God's Protection. Variant of Anseim: Introduced from Germany by St Anselm, Who Became Archbishop of Canterbury
Anselma  (English)
Feminine Form of Anseim: Introduced from Germany by St Anselm, Who Became Archbishop of Canterbury
Auberon  (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
Aubrey  (English)
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
Augustus  (English)
Introduced to Britian by the Hanoverians in the Early Th Century, Became Popular Until the Beginning of the Th Century
Aurea  (Latin)
Variant of Aurora: Aurora Was the Mythical Roman Goddess of the Dawn. This Name Became Very Popular After Charles Perrault Wrote the Fairy Tale 'The Sleeping Beauty'. from Aureus Meaning Golden
Aurora  (Latin)
Aurora Was the Mythical Roman Goddess of the Dawn. This Name Became Very Popular After Charles Perrault Wrote the Fairy Tale 'The Sleeping Beauty'
Aurore  (Latin)
Variant of Aurora: Aurora Was the Mythical Roman Goddess of the Dawn. This Name Became Very Popular After Charles Perrault Wrote the Fairy Tale 'The Sleeping Beauty'. from Aureus Meaning Golden
Aylmer  (English)
Infamous. from the Old English Aethelmaer Meaning Noble and Famous. Used As a First Name During the Middle Ages, Aylmer Later Became More Popular As a Surname
Aylwin  (English)
Variant of Alvin: Wise Friend. from the Old English Aetheiwine, and Also Aefwine, Both Meaning Noble Friend. Various Forms of Alvin in Use After the Norman Conquest Became Surnames, and Also First Nam
Bakor  (Arabic)
Variant of Bakr: Camel
Bakr  (Arabic)
Camel
Bakr  (Muslim)
Young. Camel. First Born
Bakr  (Islamic)
Young Camel (Bahker)
Barrett  (English)
Bear Power. Introduced to Britain During the Norman Conquest. Subsequently Became Common As a Surname. Also a Variant of Barnett
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
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  (French)
Variant of Benedict, Meaning Blessed, from the Old French. Became a Common British Surname After Being Introduced to Britian During the Norman Conquest
Beth  (Scottish)
Diminutive of Bethia: This Hebrew Name Became Popular in Scotland in the Th Century Because of It's Association With the Gaelic 'Beath' Meaning 'Life
Beth-gamul  (Biblical)
House of Recompense, or of the Camel
Beth-gamul  (Biblical)
House of Recompense, or of the Camel
Bethia  (Scottish)
This Hebrew Name Became Popular in Scotland in the Th Century Because of It's Association With the Gaelic 'Beath' Meaning 'Life
Beulah  (Hebrew)
Married, to Marry, Claimed As a Wife. This Old Testament Place Name Became Common in English-speaking Countries After the Reformation. Famous References - in the Bible Beulah is a Name Symbolic of the
Beverley  (English)
Beaver Stream, Woman from the Beaver Meadow. Derived from a Surname and Place Name. First Used As a Boy's First Name in the Late Th Century, it Gradually Came to Be Used Also As a Girl's Name, Althoug
Beverley  (English)
Beaver Stream, from the Beaver Meadow. Derived from a Surname and Place Name. First Used As a Boy's First Name in the Late Th Century, it Gradually Came to Be Used Also As a Girl's Name, Although Beve
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