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Meaning of the Name Colle

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

Gaelic: Dwells at the Woodland

Similar Names

Cale | Calleo | Cayle | Chale | Cole | Coley | Coll | Colla | Colley | Cooley |

Related Names

Ahuzzah  (Biblical)
Possession, Seizing, Collecting
Ahuzzah  (Biblical)
Possession, Seizing, Collecting
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
Angharad  (Welsh)
Much Loved. Used in 'Mahinogion, ' a Collection of Medieval Welsh Folk Tales. The Name of Famous Welsh Actress Angharad Rees
Cai  (English)
Diminutive of Caius: a Variant of Gaius; Which is a More Common Form of the Name in Britain. Famous Bearer: Cambridge's Caius College is Named After Its Founder, John Caius
Caius  (English)
A Variant of Gaius; Which is a More Common Form of the Name in Britain. Famous Bearer: Cambridge's Caius College is Named After Its Founder, John Caius
Colleen  (Celtic/Gaelic)
Irish Girl
Colleen  (Gaelic)
Girl
Colleen  (Irish)
From an Irish Word for Girl. Famous Bearer: Australian Novelist Colleen Mccullough
Colleen  (Irish)
A Girl (Coleen, Colline)
Collena  (Irish)
Girl
Collene  (Irish)
Girl
Colletta  (French)
Victorious. Variant of Nicolette
Collette  (French)
Necklace. Victorious. Variant of Nicolette
Colley  (English)
A Surname Meaning Swarthy, Used Occasionally As a First Name. Famous Bearer, Actor and Dramatist Colley Cibber
Collice  (Celtic/Gaelic)
Form of Colleen
Cornal  (English)
Variant of Cornell: College; Name of a Town
Cornall  (English)
Variant of Cornell: College; Name of a Town
Cornel  (English)
Variant of Cornell: College; Name of a Town
Cornell  (English)
College; Name of a Town
Deepali  (Indian)
collection of lamps
Deepali  (Hindu)
Collection of Lamps
Dernas  (Hebrew)
Paul's Colleague
Erimentha  (Greek)
Collector of Thoughts, Determined Protector
Gitanjali  (Hindu)
Collection of Poems
Mandy  (Latin)
Diminutive of Amanda: Lovable, Worthy of Love. Some Scholars Believe Amanda Was Invented by Th Century British Dramatist Colley Cibber
Melisa  (Greek)
Bee. Famous Bearer: Melissa, Mythological Princess of Crete Transformed to a Bee After Learning to Collect Honey
Melise  (Greek)
Bee. Famous Bearer: Melissa, Mythological Princess of Crete Transformed to a Bee After Learning to Collect Honey
Melisha  (Greek)
Bee. Famous Bearer: Melissa, Mythological Princess of Crete Transformed to a Bee After Learning to Collect Honey
Melissa  (Greek)
Bee. Famous Bearer: Melissa, Mythological Princess of Crete Transformed to a Bee After Learning to Collect Honey
Melisse  (Greek)
Bee. Famous Bearer: Melissa, Mythological Princess of Crete Transformed to a Bee After Learning to Collect Honey
Meliza  (Greek)
Bee. Melissa Was Mythological Princess of Crete Who Was Transformed to a Bee After Learning How to Collect Honey
Meliza  (Greek)
Bee. Famous Bearer: Melissa, Mythological Princess of Crete Transformed to a Bee After Learning to Collect Honey
Minty  (English)
Collector of Thoughts, Determined Protector
Missy  (Greek)
Bee. Famous Bearer: Melissa, Mythological Princess of Crete Transformed to a Bee After Learning to Collect Honey
Nicole  (Greek)
People's Victory (Nicolle, Nicolette). Origin: Greek, Freanch
Niki  (Greek)
Form of Nicole (Nickle, Nicol, Nicola, Nicolle, Nikkyl
Otoo  (American)
Collecting Sea Shells in a Basket
Smriti  (Indian)
Recollection
Smriti  (Hindu)
Recollection
Tolman  (English)
Collects Taxes
Zacchaeus  (Hebrew)
Clean; Pure. in the Bible Zacchaeus Was a Tax Collector Who Became a Disciples of Jesus. This Database is Copyright Dogwood Technical Services Inc

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