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Names That Mean Durin

158 names found for "Durin"   (page 1 of 4) 

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

Similar Names

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Related Names

Abiodun  (African)
Nigerian Name Given to One Born During War
Abiola  (African)
Nigerian Name Given to One Born During the New Year
Advent  (French)
Born During Advent
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
Agacia  (Latin)
Latinized Form of the Greek Agatha, Meaning Good. Popular During the Middle Ages
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
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
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
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
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
Amabel  (Latin)
Beautiful, Loving, Lovable.Amabel Was Used Frequently During the Middle Ages and Has Now Been Largely Replaced by the Diminutive Mabel
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
Antoinette  (French)
Beyond Praise. French Feminine Form of Anthony Generally Associated With French Queen Marie Antoinette, Wife of King Louis Xvi, Guillotined During the French Revolution
Arafat  (Islamic)
A Place Twelve Miles South West of Mecca Where Pilgrims Perform a Special Worship to Allah During the Hajj
Archibald  (Scottish)
True and Bold. Also 'Bald'. Introduced from England and Germany During the Norman Conquest, the Scottish Interpreted the 'Bald' to Refer to the Shaven Head of a Monk
Archibald  (English)
True and Bold, Valuable. Introduced from German During the Norman Conquest, Archibald Replaced an Old English Form of the Name
Archie  (Scottish)
Diminutive of Archibald: True and Bold. Also 'Bald'. Introduced from England and Germany During the Norman Conquest, the Scottish Interpreted the 'Bald' to Refer to the Shaven Head of a Monk
Archy  (Scottish)
Diminutive of Archibald: True and Bold. Also 'Bald'. Introduced from England and Germany During the Norman Conquest, the Scottish Interpreted the 'Bald' to Refer to the Shaven Head of a Monk
Arnaud  (English)
Variant of Arnold: Derived from an Old German Name Meaning Eagle Power. The Eagle Rules. Introduced into Britain During the Norman Conquest, and Used for a Number of English Surnames. Famous Bearer: B
Arnold  (English)
Derived from an Old German Name Meaning Eagle Power. The Eagle Rules. Introduced into Britain During the Norman Conquest, and Used for a Number of English Surnames. Famous Bearer: British Poet and Cri
Ashur  (African)
Born During the Month
Asuncion  (Spanish)
Born During the Feast of Assumption
Avent  (French)
Born During Advent
Avice  (English)
Believed to Have Been Introduced During the Norman Conquest, Based Either on Old German Names, or on the Roman Name Avitius. Refuge in Battle
Avira  (English)
Variant of Albreda: 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
Avis  (English)
Believed to Have Been Introduced During the Norman Conquest, Based Either on Old German Names, or on the Roman Name Avitius. Refuge in Battle
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
Badru  (Egyptian)
Born During the Full Moon
Baldie  (Scottish)
Diminutive of Archibald: True and Bold. Also 'Bald'. Introduced from England and Germany During the Norman Conquest, the Scottish Interpreted the 'Bald' to Refer to the Shaven Head of a Monk
Barrett  (English)
Bear Power. Introduced to Britain During the Norman Conquest. Subsequently Became Common As a Surname. Also a Variant of Barnett
Beadurinc  (Anglo Saxon)
Warrior
Befle  (Latin)
Diminutive of Amabel: Beautiful, Loving, Lovable.Amabel Was Used Frequently During the Middle Ages and Briefly in the Th Century, and Has Now Been Largely Replaced by the Diminutive Mabel
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
Bertram  (English)
Introduced to Britian During the Norman Conquest, a Variant of the German Bertram. Bright Raven
Bertrand  (English)
Variant of Bertram: Introduced to Britian During the Norman Conquest, a Variant of the German Bertram. Bright Raven
Brant  (English)
Proud; Variant of Brand. Mohawk Indian Joseph Brant Was a Renowned Strategist Who Fought for the British During the American Revolution; and a Devout Scholar Who Translated Christian Religious Works i
Branton  (English)
Variant of Brand. Mohawk Indian Joseph Brant Was a Renowned Strategist Who Fought for the British During the American Revolution; and a Devout Scholar Who Translated Christian Religious Works into His
Brantson  (English)
Variant of Brand. Mohawk Indian Joseph Brant Was a Renowned Strategist Who Fought for the British During the American Revolution; and a Devout Scholar Who Translated Christian Religious Works into His
Brishen  (Gypsy)
Born During a Rainstorm
Cale  (Hebrew)
Diminutive of Caleb: Dog; Brave. in the Old Testament, Caleb Was a Companion of Moses During His Time in the Wilderness
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
Dantae  (Italian)
Enduring. The Poet Dante Alighieri Wrote the Divine Comedy With Its Graphic Description of Medieval Hell Known As 'Dante's Inferno.'
158 names found for "Durin"   (page 1 of 4) 

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