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Meaning of the Name Orlan

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

Spanish: Renowned in the Land. Form of Roland
English: From the Pointed Hill
German: Renowned in the Land. Form of Roland

Similar Names

Orlin | Orlena | Orlene | Orlina |

Related Names

Alcee  (Italian)
Famous Bearer: Alcine is Mistress of Alluring Enchantments and Sensual Pleasures in the Orlando Poems
Alcina  (Italian)
Famous Bearer: Alcine is Mistress of Alluring Enchantments and Sensual Pleasures in the Orlando Poems
Alcine  (Italian)
Famous Bearer: Alcine is Mistress of Alluring Enchantments and Sensual Pleasures in the Orlando Poems
Alcinia  (Italian)
Famous Bearer: Alcine is Mistress of Alluring Enchantments and Sensual Pleasures in the Orlando Poems
Angelica  (Latin)
Angel; Like an Angel. from Angelicus Meaning Angelic. Famous Bearer: Italian Poet Ariosto's 'Orlando Furioso' Deals With the Love of Charlemagne's Paladin Orlando for Angelica
Corlan  (Irish)
Spear-bearer
Eorland  (English)
From the Noblemsn's Land
Jaques  (Shakespearean)
'As You Like It' Lord Attending on the Banished Duke. 'As You Like It' Son of Sir Rowland De Boys. Orlando
Morland  (English)
Marsh; Wet Land
Orland  (Spanish)
Renowned in the Land. Form of Roland
Orland  (German)
Renowned in the Land. Form of Roland
Orland  (Teutonic)
Fame of the Land
Orland  (English)
From the Pointed Hill
Orlando  (Italian)
Variant of Roland: Famous Land;.Heroic
Orlando  (German)
Variant of Roland: Famed Land; Renowned in the Land
Orlando  (Latin)
Man from Land of Gold (Orland)
Orlando  (Spanish)
Land of Gold
Orlando  (Spanish)
Famous Land
Orlando  (Teutonic)
Fame of the Land
Orlantha  (Teutonic)
Renowned Fame
Orlanthe  (Teutonic)
Renowned Fame
Torlan  (Welsh)
From the River Bank

Additional Names

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