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Names That Mean Lace

496 names found for "Lace"   (page 3 of 10) 

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

Similar Names

Lacey | Lach | Lache | Laci | Lacko | Laco | Lacy | Laec | La'eeq | La'iq |

Related Names

Carrington  (Celtic)
Place Name and Surname
Carrington  (English)
Place Name and Surname
Cavan  (Celtic/Gaelic)
Hollow Place
Charlton  (English)
A Variant of Carlton, Meaning Peasants' Settlement. Derived from a Surname and Place Name Based on the Old English.Free Men's Town. Famous Bearers: American Actor Charlton Heston
Chauncey  (French)
Fortune; a Gamble. from a Surname Based on a French Place Name. Famous Bearers: Charles Chauncy, an Early Harvard University President
Chelsa  (English)
Place Name; a London District
Chelsea  (English)
Seaport. Place Name; a London District
Chelsee  (English)
Place Name; a London District
Chelsey  (English)
Place Name; a London District
Chelsi  (English)
Place Name; a London District
Chelsie  (English)
Place Name; a London District
Chelsy  (English)
Place Name; a London District
Chester  (English)
From an English Surname and Place Name, But Ultimately Based on the Latin 'Castra' Meaning Camp. Famous People: American President Chester A. Arthur
China  (English)
Place Name
Clarence  (English)
From the Surname and Place Name Clare, Meaning Bright or Clear. Famous Bearers: George, Duke of Clarence, Brother of King Edward Iv and King Richard Iii, Who is Traditionally Believed to Have Drowned
Clayton  (English)
Derived from a Surname and Place Name, Based on the Old English 'Claeg' Meaning Clay and 'Tun' Meaning Settlement. Also, Mortal
Clifford  (English)
Ford Near a Slope. from an Old English Surname and Place Name, Used Commonly As a First Name Since the Late Th Century. Famous Bearer: Pianist Sir Clifford Curzon
Clifton  (English)
Settlement on a Cliff. from an Old English Surname and Place Name, Used Only Occasionally As a First Name
Clinton  (English)
Settlement on a Hill, or from the Headland Estate. from an Old English Surname and Place Name
Clive  (English)
Cliff. Lives at the Cliffs. from an English Surname and Place Name. Famous Bearer Th Century British Soldier and Statesman Robert Clive Was Known As 'Clive of India'.Lives at the Cliffs
Coburn  (English)
Surname and Place Name
Coburn  (Scottish)
Surname and Place Name
Colette  (French)
Necklace. Victorious. A Middle Ages Feminine Form of Nicholas Which Was Originally a Diminutive of Nicolette. Famous Bearers - Th Century French Nun St Colette, and Th Century French Writer Colette
Collette  (French)
Necklace. Victorious. Variant of Nicolette
Colvile  (French)
Variant of Colville: Place Name in France
Colvill  (French)
Variant of Colville: Place Name in France
Colville  (French)
Place Name in France
Conway  (Welsh)
Holy River. Place-name and Surname
Conwy  (Welsh)
Variant of Conway: Holy River. Place-name and Surname
Corby  (English)
Place
Croydon  (English)
Surname and Place-name
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
Dalston  (Anglo Saxon)
From Dougal's Place
Danforth  (English)
Place Name in Britain
Dannah  (English)
A Biblical Place Name; Variant of Daniel God Will Judge
Dar  (English)
Diminutive of Darby: Place Where Deer Graze
Darb  (English)
Diminutive of Darby: Place Where Deer Graze
Darby  (English)
Deer Park, from the Surname and Place Name Derby. Also 'Without Envy.'
Darcy  (English)
Derived from a Surname Introduced into Britain During the Norman Conquest, Based on the The French Place Name Arcy
Darcy  (English)
Derived from a Surname Introduced into Britain During the Norman Conquest, Based on the The French Place Name Arcy
Darnal  (English)
Variant of Darnell: Hiding Place; Hidden Area
Darnall  (English)
Variant of Darnell: Hiding Place; Hidden Area
Darnel  (English)
Variant of Darnell: Hiding Place; Hidden Area
Darnell  (English)
Hiding Place; Hidden Area
Darrel  (French)
From a French Surname and Place Name Meaning 'Open.' Dates Back to the Eleventh Century As Both Surname and Given Name
Darrell  (French)
From a French Surname and Place Name Meaning 'Open.' Dates Back to the Eleventh Century As Both Surname and Given Name
Darryl  (French)
From a French Surname and Place Name
Daryl  (French)
From a French Surname and Place Name Meaning 'Open.' Dates Back to the Eleventh Century As Both Surname and Given Name
Delphine  (Greek)
Dolphin. from the Greek Place Name Delphi, the Site of the Oracle of Apollo. Also from the Plant Name Delphinium
496 names found for "Lace"   (page 3 of 10) 

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