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Names That Mean Norman

116 names found for "Norman"   (page 1 of 3) 

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

Similar Names

Nerian | Niran | Norm | Norwin | Norwyn | Noreen | Norma | Normina | Norn |

Related Names

Aiwyn  (English)
Variant of Alvin: Wise Friend. from the Old English Aetheiwine, and Also Aefwine, Both Meaning Noble Friend. Various Forms of Alvin in Use After the Norman Conquest Became Surnames, and Also First Nam
Al  (Celtic)
Diminutive of Alan: Harmony, Stone, or Noble. Also Fair, Handsome. Originally a Saint's Name, it Was Reintroduced to Britain During the Norman Conquest, Remained Popular Throughout the Middle Ages
Alain  (Celtic)
Variant of Alan: Harmony, Stone, or Noble. Also Fair, Handsome. Originally a Saint's Name, it Was Reintroduced to Britain During the Norman Conquest, Remained Popular Throughout the Middle Ages
Alan  (Celtic)
Harmony, Stone, or Noble. Also Fair, Handsome. Originally a Saint's Name, it Was Reintroduced to Britain During the Norman Conquest, Remained Popular Throughout the Middle Ages
Albreda  (English)
Introduced into Britain During the Norman Conquest, from an Old German Name Meaning Elf Counsel Was Originally Used for Both Sexes, But is Now Regarded As a Feminine Name
Aldhelm  (English)
From the Old English Ealdhelm, Meaning Old Helmet, Common Until the Norman Conquest
Aldred  (English)
From the Old English Ealdraed, Meaning Old Counsel. Aldred Was Common Before the Norman Conquest. Wise or Red Haired Man
Aldreda  (English)
Feminine Form of Aldred: from the Old English Ealdraed, Meaning Old Counsel. Aldred Was Common Before the Norman Conquest. Wise or Red Haired Man
Algernon  (French)
With Whiskers, Bearded. in Norman Times, When Most Men Were Clean-shaven, This Nickname Was Given Two Mustache-wearing Companions of William the Conqueror, One of Whom Was William De Percy, Founder of
Algie  (French)
Diminutive of Algernon: With Whiskers, Bearded. in Norman Times, When Most Men Were Clean-shaven, This Nickname Was Given Two Mustache-wearing Companions of William the Conqueror
Algy  (French)
Diminutive of Algernon: With Whiskers, Bearded. in Norman Times, When Most Men Were Clean-shaven, This Nickname Was Given Two Mustache-wearing Companions of William the Conqueror
Allan  (Celtic)
Harmony, Stone, or Noble. Also Fair, Handsome. Originally a Saint's Name, it Was Reintroduced to Britain During the Norman Conquest, Remained Popular Throughout the Middle Ages, and Was Revived. See A
Allen  (Celtic)
Harmony, Stone, or Noble. Also Fair, Handsome. Originally a Saint's Name, it Was Reintroduced to Britain During the Norman Conquest, Remained Popular Throughout the Middle Ages, and Was Revived
Allie  (Celtic)
Diminutive of Alan: Harmony, Stone, or Noble. Also Fair, Handsome. Originally a Saint's Name, it Was Reintroduced to Britain During the Norman Conquest, Remained Popular Throughout the Middle Ages, an
Ally  (Celtic)
Diminutive of Alan: Harmony, Stone, or Noble. Also Fair, Handsome. Originally a Saint's Name, it Was Reintroduced to Britain During the Norman Conquest, Remained Popular Throughout the Middle Ages, an
Alun  (Celtic)
Harmony, Stone, or Noble. Also Fair, Handsome. Originally a Saint's Name, it Was Reintroduced to Britain During the Norman Conquest, Remained Popular Throughout the Middle Ages, and Was Revived
Alva  (English)
Feminine Form of Alvin: Wise Friend. from the Old English Aetheiwine, and Also Aefwine, Both Meaning Noble Friend. Various Forms of Alvin in Use After the Norman Conquest Became Surnames, and Also Fir
Alvin  (English)
Wise Friend. from the Old English Aetheiwine, and Also Aefwine, Both Meaning Noble Friend. Various Forms of Alvin in Use After the Norman Conquest Became Surnames, and Also First Names
Alvina  (English)
Wise Friend. Friend of the Elves. Feminine Form of Alvin: from the Old English Aetheiwine, and Also Aefwine, Both Meaning Noble Friend. Various Forms of Alvin in Use After the Norman Conquest Became S
Arabella  (English)
Name of Uncertain Etymology. Believed to Be Derived from a Norman Name Derived from the Element Arn (Eagle) or Arin (A Hearth). Some Believe it a Variant of Annabel. Variations: Arabel, Arabell, Orabe
Archibald  (English)
True and Bold, Valuable. Introduced from German During the Norman Conquest, Archibald Replaced an Old English Form of the Name
Archibald  (Scottish)
True and Bold. Also 'Bald'. Introduced from England and Germany During the Norman Conquest, the Scottish Interpreted the 'Bald' to Refer to the Shaven Head of a Monk
Archie  (Scottish)
Diminutive of Archibald: True and Bold. Also 'Bald'. Introduced from England and Germany During the Norman Conquest, the Scottish Interpreted the 'Bald' to Refer to the Shaven Head of a Monk
Archy  (Scottish)
Diminutive of Archibald: True and Bold. Also 'Bald'. Introduced from England and Germany During the Norman Conquest, the Scottish Interpreted the 'Bald' to Refer to the Shaven Head of a Monk
Arnaud  (English)
Variant of Arnold: Derived from an Old German Name Meaning Eagle Power. The Eagle Rules. Introduced into Britain During the Norman Conquest, and Used for a Number of English Surnames. Famous Bearer: B
Arnold  (English)
Derived from an Old German Name Meaning Eagle Power. The Eagle Rules. Introduced into Britain During the Norman Conquest, and Used for a Number of English Surnames. Famous Bearer: British Poet and Cri
Avice  (English)
Believed to Have Been Introduced During the Norman Conquest, Based Either on Old German Names, or on the Roman Name Avitius. Refuge in Battle
Avira  (English)
Variant of Albreda: Introduced into Britain During the Norman Conquest, from an Old German Name Meaning Elf Counsel Was Originally Used for Both Sexes, But is Now Regarded As a Feminine Name
Avis  (English)
Believed to Have Been Introduced During the Norman Conquest, Based Either on Old German Names, or on the Roman Name Avitius. Refuge in Battle
Aylwin  (English)
Variant of Alvin: Wise Friend. from the Old English Aetheiwine, and Also Aefwine, Both Meaning Noble Friend. Various Forms of Alvin in Use After the Norman Conquest Became Surnames, and Also First Nam
Baldie  (Scottish)
Diminutive of Archibald: True and Bold. Also 'Bald'. Introduced from England and Germany During the Norman Conquest, the Scottish Interpreted the 'Bald' to Refer to the Shaven Head of a Monk
Barrett  (English)
Bear Power. Introduced to Britain During the Norman Conquest. Subsequently Became Common As a Surname. Also a Variant of Barnett
Benet  (French)
Variant of Benedict, Meaning Blessed, from the Old French. Became a Common British Surname After Being Introduced to Britian During the Norman Conquest
Bennet  (French)
Variant of Benedict, Meaning Blessed, from the Old French. Became a Common British Surname After Being Introduced to Britian During the Norman Conquest
Bennett  (French)
Variant of Benedict, Meaning Blessed, from the Old French. Became a Common British Surname After Being Introduced to Britian During the Norman Conquest
Berta  (English)
Variant of Bertha: from Old English Beorht Meaning Bright. in Use Since the Norman Conquest. in World War I a German Howitzer Was Nicknamed Big Bertha
Bertha  (English)
From Old English Beorht Meaning Bright. in Use Since the Norman Conquest. in World War I a German Howitzer Was Nicknamed Big Bertha
Bertram  (English)
Introduced to Britian During the Norman Conquest, a Variant of the German Bertram. Bright Raven
Bertrand  (English)
Variant of Bertram: Introduced to Britian During the Norman Conquest, a Variant of the German Bertram. Bright Raven
Conan  (Celtic)
High, Wise. Introduced into Britain After the Norman Conquest. Famous Bearers: Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, Creator of the Detective Sherlock Holmes; a Number of Counts and Dukes of Brittany Bore the 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
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
Delia  (German)
Diminutive of Adela: Pleasant; of the Nobility. Noble. from the Old German 'Athal' Meaning Noble, Introduced into Britain During the Norman Conquest. Adela Was the Name of One of King William I's Daug
Elvin  (English)
Variant of Alvin: Wise Friend. from the Old English Aetheiwine, and Also Aefwine, Both Meaning Noble Friend. Various Forms of Alvin in Use After the Norman Conquest Became Surnames, and Also First Nam
Elwyn  (English)
Variant of Alvin: Wise Friend. from the Old English Aetheiwine, and Also Aefwine, Both Meaning Noble Friend. Various Forms of Alvin in Use After the Norman Conquest Became Surnames, and Also First Nam
Filbert  (English)
Introduced to Britain During the Norman Conquest, from the Old German Filibert, Meaning Very Bright
Fulbert  (English)
Introduced to Britain During the Norman Conquest, from the Old German Filibert, Meaning Very Bright
Ganger  (Norse)
A Founder of Normandy
116 names found for "Norman"   (page 1 of 3) 

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