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Names That Mean River

303 names found for "River"   (page 2 of 7) 

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

Similar Names

Rafer | Roper | Rover | Rovere |

Related Names

Carter  (English)
Driver of a Cart
Cauvery  (Indian)
same as Cavery- name of a river
Cauvery  (Hindu)
Same As Kaveri- Name of a River
Charon  (Greek)
Ferryman Across the River Styx
Chilton  (English)
A Town by the River
Chitrani  (Indian)
river Ganga
Chitrani  (Hindu)
River Ganga
Chris  (Greek)
Diminutive of Christopher: from the Greek Word Meaning 'Carrier of Christ', Famous Bearer: St Christopher, Patron Saint of Travellers, is Believed to Have Carried the Christ-child Across a River
Christie  (Greek)
Feminine Form of Christopher: from the Greek Word Meaning 'Carrier of Christ', Famous Bearer: St Christopher, Patron Saint of Travellers, is Believed to Have Carried the Christ-child Across a River
Christopher  (Greek)
From the Greek Word Meaning Carrier of Christ, Famous Bearer: St Christopher, Patron Saint of Travellers, is Believed to Have Carried the Christ-child Across a River
Christy  (Greek)
Feminine Form of Christopher: from the Greek Word Meaning 'Carrier of Christ', Famous Bearer: St Christopher, Patron Saint of Travellers, is Believed to Have Carried the Christ-child Across a River
Chrystal  (Greek)
Feminine Form of Christopher: from the Greek Word Meaning 'Carrier of Christ', Famous Bearer: St Christopher, Patron Saint of Travellers, is Believed to Have Carried the Christ-child Across a River
Cleone  (Greek)
The Mythological Daughter of a River God
Cleonie  (Irish)
From the Greek Cleone: Daughter of a River God
Cliff  (English)
Diminutive of Clifford: River Ford Near a Cliff
Clodagh  (Irish)
From the Name of an Irish River, Clodagh is Used Occasionally As a First Name in Ireland
Clyde  (Scottish)
From the Name of Scottish Clyde River
Clyff  (English)
Diminutive of Clifford: River Ford Near a Cliff
Clyfford  (English)
Variant of Clifford: River Ford Near a Cliff
Cocytus  (Greek)
River of Lamenting
Colwin  (Welsh)
Variant of Colwyn: Name of a River in Wales
Colwyn  (Welsh)
Name of a River in Wales
Colywnn  (Welsh)
Variant of Colwyn: Name of a River in Wales
Conway  (Welsh)
Holy River. Place-name and Surname
Conwy  (Welsh)
Variant of Conway: Holy River. Place-name and Surname
Cresswell  (English)
Watercress River
Creswell  (English)
Variant of Cresswell: Watercress River
Crystal  (Greek)
Feminine Form of Christopher: from the Greek Word Meaning 'Carrier of Christ', Famous Bearer: St Christopher, Patron Saint of Travellers, is Believed to Have Carried the Christ-child Across a River
Dearbourn  (English)
Variant of Dearborn: Deer River
Deerborn  (English)
Variant of Dearborn: Deer River
Deganawidah  (Native American)
Variant of Dekanawida: Iroquois Name Meaning Two Rivers Running
Dekanawida  (Native American)
Iroquois Name Meaning Two Rivers Running
Delainey  (Irish)
Variant of Delaney: Competitor's Child; from the River Slaney
Delainy  (Irish)
Variant of Delaney: Competitor's Child; from the River Slaney
Delaney  (Irish)
Competitor's Child; from the River Slaney
Delany  (Irish)
Variant of Delaney: Competitor's Child; from the River Slaney
Delta  (Greek)
Mouth of a River
Derwent  (English)
Surname Referring to Derwent River in England
Deverell  (Welsh)
From the River Bank
Deverell  (English)
Riverbank
Deverril  (Welsh)
From the River Bank
Diego  (Spanish)
Hispanic Version of James: Supplanter; He That Replaces. Famous Bearer: Famed Mexican Artist Diego Rivera
Doggie  (Scottish)
Diminutive of Douglas: from the Gaelic 'Dubhglas' Meaning Dark Water, Dark Stream, or from the Dark River
Doggie  (Scottish)
Diminutive of Douglas: from the Gaelic 'Dubhglas' Meaning Dark Water, Dark Stream, or from the Dark River
Doug  (Scottish)
Diminutive of Douglas: from the Gaelic 'Dubhglas' Meaning Dark Water, Dark Stream, or from the Dark River
Doug  (Scottish)
Diminutive of Douglas: from the Gaelic 'Dubhglas' Meaning Dark Water, Dark Stream, or from the Dark River
Dougie  (Scottish)
Diminutive of Douglas: from the Gaelic 'Dubhglas' Meaning Dark Water, Dark Stream, or from the Dark River
Dougie  (Scottish)
Diminutive of Douglas: from the Gaelic 'Dubhglas' Meaning Dark Water, Dark Stream, or from the Dark River
Douglas  (Celtic/Gaelic)
Flowing from the Dark River
Douglas  (Scottish)
From the Gaelic 'Dubhglas' Meaning Dark Water, Dark Stream, or from the Dark River. The Scottish Douglas Clan Had Two Historical Branches: (Black Douglases and Red Douglases.) the Lords of These Clans
303 names found for "River"   (page 2 of 7) 

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Additional Names

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