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Meaning of the Name Louis

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The first name Louis is of German, Teutonic, French, English origin. It is often a boy name. It has the following meaning(s):

German: Famous Fighter
Teutonic: Famous in War
German: Famous Warrior
French: Famous Warrior, from the Old German 'Chlodovech'. Eighteen Kings of France Have Borne This Name, and Louis Was Used by the French Royal Family for Hundreds of Years. Famous Bearer: Jazz Musician Louis
English: Form of Lawrence
German: Glorious in Battle (Lew, Lewis, Leu, Luis)

Similar Names

Lais | Lewis | Loki | Loukas | Loxias | Luis | Leis | Lilis | Lis | Loes |

Related Names

Alberta  (English)
Feminine Form of Albert from the Old German Adalbert Meaning Noble and Bright. The Canadian Province Alberta Was Named for Queen Victoria and Prince Albert's Daughter Princess Louise Alberta, Who Was
Alison  (Scottish)
Scottish Form of Louise: Battle Famous. Variant of Alice
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
Aloysia  (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
Aloysius  (French)
Variant of Louis: Famous Warrior, from the Old German 'Chlodovech'. Aloysius is the Name of the Italian Saint Aloysius of Gonzaga, and Common Among British Roman Catholics
Aloysius  (Irish)
Latin Form of Louis
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'
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
Antoinette  (French)
Inestimable, Without Price; Feminine Form of Anthony or Antoine. Marie Antoinette - Queen of France (As Wife of Louis Xvi) Who Was Unpopular Because of Her Extravagance and Opposition to Reform Contri
Beth  (English)
Diminutive of Elizabeth, Meaning My God is Bountiful, or God of Plenty, Frequently Used As an Independent Name. Beth Was One of Louisa M. Alcott's Heroines in Her Th Century Novel Little Women
Catriona  (Gaelic)
Pure, Clear. A Scottish Gaelic Variant of 'Catherine', Which is the French Form of the Latin 'Katharina', from the Greek 'Aikaterina'. Famous Bearer: the Heroine of Th Century Author Robert Louis Stev
Clovis  (German)
Renowned Fighter. Variant of Louis
Clovis  (Latin)
Renowned Fighter. Variant of Louis
Eloisa  (Spanish)
Variant of Louise. See Also Heloise
Eloisa  (French)
Variant of Heloise: Derived from the Old German Name Helewidis, Meaning Hale and Wide. Also a French Form of Louise
Eloisa  (Italian)
The Italian Form of Eloise. Variant of Louise
Eloise  (French)
Form of Louise
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
Gino  (Italian)
Italian Form of Louis 'Famous' Abbreviation of Names Like Gian and Giovanni
Heloise  (French)
Derived from the Old German Name Helewidis, Meaning Hale and Wide. Also a French Form of Louise
Lew  (English)
Diminutive of Lewis: English Variant of the Franco-germanic Name Louis: Famous Warrior. in Wales, Sometimes Lewis is Used in Place of Llewellyn. Famous Bearer: Th Century Writer Lewis Carroll
Lewis  (English)
A Variant of Louis, Derived from the French Which Evolved from the Old French Loeis, a Name Derived from the Old High German Hluodowig, a Compound Name Composed of the Elements Hluod (Famous) and Wig
Lewis  (English)
English Variant of the Franco-germanic Name Louis: Famous Warrior. in Wales, Sometimes Lewis is Used in Place of Llewellyn. Famous Bearer: Th Century Writer Lewis Carroll
Lewis  (Teutonic)
Famous War, Another Form is Louis, Heroic, Self-sacrificing
Lewis  (French)
Variant of Louis: Famous Warrior, from the Old German 'Chlodovech'. Aloysius is the Name of the Italian Saint Aloysius of Gonzaga, and Common Among British Roman Catholics
Liusaidh  (Scottish)
Famous in War Ot Light; a Scottish Form of Louisa (Famous in War) and Lucy (Light). (Lwee-sah)
Lois  (French)
Variant of Heloise: Derived from the Old German Name Helewidis, Meaning Hale and Wide. Also a French Form of Louise
Lois  (German)
Feminine Variant of Louis: Famous Warrior
Lola  (Spanish)
A Familiar Form of Dolores and Louise
Lou  (Latin)
Diminutive of Louisa: Latin Feminine Form of Louis: Famous Warrior. Famous Bearer: Louisa M. Alcott, Who Wrote 'Little Women'
Lou  (French)
Diminutive of Louis: Famous Warrior, from the Old German 'Chlodovech'. Eighteen Kings of France Have Borne This Name, and Louis Was Used by the French Royal Family for Hundreds of Years. Famous Bearer
Louella  (French)
Feminine Form of Louis: Famous Warrior. Renowned Fighter
Louie  (French)
Variant of Louis: Famous Warrior, from the Old German 'Chlodovech'
Louisa  (Teutonic)
Famous in War
Louisa  (English)
Famous in War; a Feminine Form of Louis
Louisa  (French)
Feminine Form of Louis: Famous Warrior. Renowned Fighter
Louisa  (German)
Fights With Honor
Louisa  (Latin)
Latin Feminine Form of Louis: Famous Warrior. Famous Bearer: Louisa M. Alcott, Who Wrote 'Little Women'
Louisane  (German)
Renowned Warrior
Louise  (German)
Renowned Warrior
Louise  (Teutonic)
Famous in War
Louise  (Teutonic)
Female Soldier, Capable, Charming, Intelligent. (Eloise, Heloise, Louisa, Leu)
Louise  (French)
Feminine Form of Louis: Famous Warrior. Renowned Fighter
Louise  (French)
From the Name Louisa
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