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Names That Mean Earl

476 names found for "Earl"   (page 1 of 10) 

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

Similar Names

Earle | Earlie | Early | Eorl | Erel | Erl | Erle | Erol | Errol | Erryl |

Related Names

Abhay  (Indian)
fearless
Abhaya  (Hindu)
Fearless. Origin: Sanskrit
Abhaya  (Indian)
fearless
Abheek  (Hindu)
Fearless
Ahava  (Hebrew)
Dearly Loved
Ahave  (Hebrew)
Dearly Loved
Ahuda  (Hebrew)
Dearly Loved
Ahuva  (Hebrew)
Dearly Loved
Aimee  (French)
Variant of Amy: Dearly Loved; Beloved. from the Old French Amee, Which Derives from the Latin Amatus Meaning Loved
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
Algot  (Swedish)
Pearl
Ali  (Muslim)
Excellent. Noble. Early Imam (Leader) of Islam
Almeta  (Danish)
Pearl
Alvera  (Teutonic)
Dearly Loved
Alverna  (Teutonic)
Dearly Loved
Alvernia  (Teutonic)
Dearly Loved
Alvina  (Teutonic)
Dearly Loved
Alvinia  (Teutonic)
Dearly Loved
Alvira  (Teutonic)
Dearly Loved
Amata  (Latin)
Latinized Form of the French/English Amy Meaning Dearly Beloved. Treasured
Amata  (French)
Variant of Amy: Dearly Loved; Beloved. from the Old French Amee, Which Derives from the Latin Amatus Meaning Loved
Ami  (French)
Beloved. Dearly Loved
Amia  (French)
Beloved. Dearly Loved
Amice  (French)
Variant of Amy: Dearly Loved; Beloved. from the Old French Amee, Which Derives from the Latin Amatus Meaning Loved. Also a French Form of the Latin Amico, Meaning Friend
Amicia  (French)
Variant of Amy: Dearly Loved; Beloved. from the Old French Amee, Which Derives from the Latin Amatus Meaning Loved. Also a French Form of the Latin Amico, Meaning Friend
Amie  (French)
Beloved. Dearly Loved
Amorita  (Latin)
Dearly Loved
Amy  (French)
Dearly Loved; Beloved. from the Old French Amee, Which Derives from the Latin Amatus Meaning Loved. in Common Use After Publication of American Louisa May Alcott's 'Little Women'
Annemette  (Danish)
Bitter Pearl
Aquila  (Latin)
Eagle' Used by Romans, Early Christians, and Mentioned in the New Testament
Archibald  (Shakespearean)
'King Henry Iv, Part ' the Earl of Douglas
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
Awendela  (Native American)
Early Day
Babette  (Greek)
Variant of Elizabeth: from the Hebrew Elisheba, Meaning Either Oath of God, or God is Satisfaction. Famous Bearer: Old Testament Elizabeth Was Mother of John the Baptist and One of the Earliest Known
Barnabas  (Hebrew)
Son of Consolation or Son of Exhortation, Son of Comfort. Famous Bearer: the Biblical First Century Apostle Barnabas Who Accompanied St Paul on His Early Missionary Journeys.A Biblical First-century M
Barry  (Irish)
Fair Haired. Also from the Irish Word for Spear. Used Regurarly Throughout the English-speaking World Since the Early Th Century
Bea  (Latin)
Diminutive of Beatrice F: a Variant of Beatrix Meaning Bringer of Joy. in the Divine Comedy, Beatrice Was Dante's Guide Through Paradise, Perhaps Inspired by Beatrice Portinari Who Was Dante's Earlies
Bearach  (Irish)
Spearlike
Bearchan  (Irish)
Variant of Bearach: Spearlike
Beat  (Latin)
Diminutive of Beatrice F: a Variant of Beatrix Meaning Bringer of Joy. in the Divine Comedy, Beatrice Was Dante's Guide Through Paradise, Perhaps Inspired by Beatrice Portinari Who Was Dante's Earlies
Beatrice  (Latin)
A Variant of Beatrix Meaning Bringer of Joy. in the Divine Comedy, Beatrice Was Dante's Guide Through Paradise, Perhaps Inspired by Beatrice Portinari Who Was Dante's Earliest Love
Beatrice  (Latin)
A Variant of Beatrix Meaning Bringer of Joy. Famous Bearer: Beatrice Was Dante's Guide Through Paradise in the 'Divine Comedy', Perhaps Inspired by Beatrice Portinari, Dante's Earliest Love
Beattie  (Latin)
Diminutive of Beatrice F: a Variant of Beatrix Meaning Bringer of Joy. in the Divine Comedy, Beatrice Was Dante's Guide Through Paradise, Perhaps Inspired by Beatrice Portinari Who Was Dante's Earlies
Beatty  (Latin)
Diminutive of Beatrice F: a Variant of Beatrix Meaning Bringer of Joy. in the Divine Comedy, Beatrice Was Dante's Guide Through Paradise, Perhaps Inspired by Beatrice Portinari Who Was Dante's Earlies
Bee  (Latin)
Diminutive of Beatrice F: a Variant of Beatrix Meaning Bringer of Joy. in the Divine Comedy, Beatrice Was Dante's Guide Through Paradise, Perhaps Inspired by Beatrice Portinari Who Was Dante's Earlies
Bercnan  (Irish)
Variant of Bearach: Spearlike
Bergin  (Irish)
Variant of Bearach: Spearlike
Berkeley  (Shakespearean)
'King Richard the Second' Earl Berkeley. 'King Richard Iii' a Gentleman Attending on Lady Anne
476 names found for "Earl"   (page 1 of 10) 

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