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Meaning of the Name Lois

The first name Lois is of Biblical, Greek, German, Hebrew, Teutonic, French origin. It is often a girl name. It has the following meaning(s):

Biblical: Better
Greek: Female Warrior, Mighty Woman
German: Feminine Variant of Louis: Famous Warrior
Hebrew: Good
Teutonic: Holy
French: Variant of Heloise: Derived from the Old German Name Helewidis, Meaning Hale and Wide. Also a French Form of Louise

Similar Names

La'iq | Lais | Laish | Laius | Les | Lewis | Lise | Loc | Lok | Loki |

Related Names

Alois  (German)
Famous Warrior
Aloise  (Spanish)
Famous in Battle. Feminine of Aloysius
Aloisi  (Hawaiian)
Variant of Aloiki: Renowned War
Aloisia  (German)
Famous Fighting
Aloisia  (French)
Feminine Form of Aloysius: a French Provincial Variant of Louis. Aloysius is the Name of the Italian Saint Aloysius of Gonzaga, and Common Among British Roman Catholics
Eloisa  (Italian)
The Italian Form of Eloise. Variant of Louise
Eloisa  (French)
Variant of Heloise: Derived from the Old German Name Helewidis, Meaning Hale and Wide. Also a French Form of Louise
Eloisa  (Spanish)
Variant of Louise. See Also Heloise
Eloise  (French)
Famous in War. Variant of Aloysia: Feminine Form of Aloysius, Which is a French Provincial Variant of Louis. Also a Variant of Louise
Eloise  (French)
From the Name Lois
Eloise  (French)
Form of Louise
Eloise  (Teutonic)
Famous in War
Eloise  (German)
Derived from the Old German Name Helewidis, Meaning Hale and Wide
Eloisee  (French)
Famous in War
Gorlois  (Arthurian Legend)
Igraine's Husband
Heloise  (French)
Derived from the Old German Name Helewidis, Meaning Hale and Wide. Also a French Form of Louise
Heloise  (French)
Famous Fighter
Louise  (Teutonic)
Female Soldier, Capable, Charming, Intelligent. (Eloise, Heloise, Louisa, Leu)
Vallois  (French)
A Welshman

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