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Meaning of the Name Lach

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

English: Lives Near Water

Similar Names

Lacey | Lache | Laci | Lacko | Laco | Lacy | Laec | La'iq | Lais | Laish |

Related Names

Aballach  (Arthurian Legend)
Father of Modron
Balachandra  (Hindu)
Rising Moon
Balachandra  (Indian)
young moon
Baothghalach  (Irish)
Foolish Pride
Behellagh  (Irish)
Variant of Baothghalach: Foolish Pride
Ceallach  (Gaelic)
Warrior
Ceallach  (Irish)
War; Strife
Ceallach  (Celtic/Gaelic)
Little Kelly - Strife
Ceallach  (Gaelic)
Warrior Maid
Ceallachan  (Irish)
Variant of Ceallach: War; Strife
Cillan  (Irish)
Variant of Ceallach: War; Strife
Cillian  (Irish)
Variant of Ceallach: War; Strife
Clach  (Scottish)
Stone
Gerlach  (German)
Spear Thrower
Harelache  (English)
Lives at the Hare's Lake
Keallach  (Irish)
Variant of Ceallach: War; Strife
Kellach  (Irish)
Strife
Lache  (English)
Lives Near Water
Lachesis  (Latin)
A Fury
Lachesis  (Greek)
A Fate
Lachina  (Scottish)
Land of the Lochs; a Feminine Form of Scottish Lachlan and Lachann (Land of the Lochs), Which are Derived from Lochlann, a Name That Originated As a Term Referring to Migrant Norwegians Who Came from
Lachish  (Biblical)
'Who Walks, or Exists, of Himself'
Lachlan  (Scottish)
Warlike. Land of Fjords (Referring to the Vikings). from the Land of Lakes
Lachlan  (Gaelic)
From the Land of Lakes
Lachlan  (Scottish)
War Like; Derived from the Gaelic Laochail
Lachlan  (Celtic/Gaelic)
From the Lake
Lachlann  (Gaelic)
From Scandinavia
Llacheu  (Arthurian Legend)
Arthur's Son
Llacheu  (Welsh)
Legendary Son of Aahur
MacLachlan  (Scottish)
Son of Lachlan
Malache  (Latin)
A Lemnian Woman
Malachi  (Biblical)
'My Messenger, My Angel'
Malachi  (Hebrew)
My Messenger
Malachi  (Hebrew)
Messenger of God. The Title of the Last Book in the Old Testament
Malachi  (Hebrew)
Messenger (Malachai)
Malachy  (Irish)
Servant
Malachy  (Hebrew)
Variant of Malachi: Messenger of God. The Title of the Last Book in the Old Testament
Raghallach  (Gaelic)
Valiant
Tearlach  (Scottish)
Strong
Tearlach  (Gaelic)
Manly
Tearlach  (Gaelic)
Full-grown, a Man; Gaelic Form of Charles. Variations: Tearlach. (Chair-lach)
Tearlach  (French)
Manly
Wallache  (German)
A Welshman

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