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Names That Mean Roman

436 names found for "Roman"   (page 1 of 9) 

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

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Abril  (Hispanic)
Second Month of the Ancient Roman Calendar (Abrila, Avril, Avrila)
Accius  (Latin)
A Roman Poet
Aemilia  (Latin)
The Feminine Form of the Roman Clan Name Aemilius
Aemilianus  (Latin)
From the Roman Clan Name Aemilius
Aemilius  (Shakespearean)
'Antony and Cleopatra'. Aemilius Lepidus, Roman Triumvir. 'The Tragedy of Titus Andronicus' a Noble Roman
Aemilius  (Latin)
Roman Family Clan Name
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
Andronicus  (Latin)
Name of a Roman Poet
Andronicus  (Shakespearean)
'The Tragedy of Coriolanus.' Titus Lartius, a General Against the Volscians. 'The Life of Timon of Athens' Timon's Servant. 'The Tragedy of Titus Andronicus' Titus Andronicus, a Noble Romanj. Also Mar
Anthony  (Latin)
Highly Praiseworthy. Famous Bearer: Mark Antony, Roman Triumvir and General Who Shared a Throne With Queen Cleopatra of Egypt
Anthony  (English)
Highly Praiseworthy. from a Roman Clan Name. The Spelling Anthony Was Associated With the Greek Anthos Meaning Flower
Antoine  (English)
Variant of Anthony: Highly Praiseworthy. from a Roman Clan Name. The Spelling Anthony Was Associated With the Greek Anthos Meaning Flower
Antoine  (French)
A French Form of the English Anthony Which is Derived from a Roman Clan Name Meaning Highly Praiseworthy
Antoinette  (English)
Feminine Form of Anthony: Highly Praiseworthy. from a Roman Clan Name. The Spelling Anthony Was Associated With the Greek Anthos Meaning Flower
Anton  (English)
Variant of Anthony: Highly Praiseworthy. from a Roman Clan Name. The Spelling Anthony Was Associated With the Greek Anthos Meaning Flower
Antonia  (English)
Feminine Form of Anthony: Highly Praiseworthy. from a Roman Clan Name. The Spelling Anthony Was Associated With the Greek Anthos Meaning Flower
Antonina  (English)
Feminine Form of Anthony: Highly Praiseworthy. from a Roman Clan Name. The Spelling Anthony Was Associated With the Greek Anthos Meaning Flower
Antonio  (English)
Variant of Anthony: Highly Praiseworthy. from a Roman Clan Name. The Spelling Anthony Was Associated With the Greek Anthos Meaning Flower
Antony  (Shakespearean)
'Antony and Cleopatra' and 'The Tragedy of Julius Caesar.' Mark Antony, Roman Triumvir and Cleopatra's Lover
Antony  (English)
Highly Praiseworthy. from a Roman Clan Name. The Spelling Anthony Was Associated With the Greek Anthos Meaning Flower
Aquila  (Latin)
Eagle' Used by Romans, Early Christians, and Mentioned in the New Testament
Arcenio  (Greek)
Virile; Masculine. St. Arsenius the Great Tutored Roman Emperor Theodosius' Sons. Actor/Television Personality Arsenio Hall
Arman  (German)
Variant of Armand: Army Man; Soldier. Famous Bearer: Romantic Actor Armand Assante
Armand  (German)
Army Man; Soldier. Famous Bearer: Romantic Actor Armand Assante
Armande  (German)
Variant of Armand: Army Man; Soldier. Famous Bearer: Romantic Actor Armand Assante
Armon  (German)
Variant of Armand: Army Man; Soldier. Famous Bearer: Romantic Actor Armand Assante
Armond  (German)
Variant of Armand: Army Man; Soldier. Famous Bearer: Romantic Actor Armand Assante
Armonde  (German)
Variant of Armand: Army Man; Soldier. Famous Bearer: Romantic Actor Armand Assante
Armondo  (German)
Variant of Armand: Army Man; Soldier. Famous Bearer: Romantic Actor Armand Assante
Art  (English)
Diminutive of Arthur: from the Roman Clan Name Artorius, Meaning Noble, Courageous. Famous Bearer: Legendary Sixth Century King Arthur of Britain and His Round Table of Knights.
Artemas  (Greek)
Variant of Artemus: Follower/Gift of Artemis (Greek Goddess of the Hunt and Counterpart of the Roman Diana)
Artemis  (Greek)
Virgin Goddess of the Moon; Huntress; Goddess of the Hunt. Mythology; the Equivalent of the Roman Diana
Artemisia  (Greek)
Gift from Artemis. of Artemis, the Greek Counterpart of the Roman Goddess Diana. Queen of Caria, Artemisia, Was Responsible for the Mausoleum of Halicarnassus, One of the Seven Wonders of the World
Artemus  (Greek)
Follower/Gift of Artemis (Greek Goddess of the Hunt and Counterpart of the Roman Diana). Famous Bearer: American Humorist Charles Farrar Browne Used the Pseudonym Artemus Ward
Arthur  (English)
From the Roman Clan Name Artorius, Meaning Noble, Courageous. Famous Bearer: Legendary Sixth Century King Arthur of Britain and His Round Table of Knights
Arthuretta  (English)
Feminine Form of Arthur: from the Roman Clan Name Artorius, Meaning Noble, Courageous. Famous Bearer: Legendary Sixth Century King Arthur of Britain and His Round Table of Knights
Arthurina  (English)
Feminine Form of Arthur: from the Roman Clan Name Artorius, Meaning Noble, Courageous. Famous Bearer: Legendary Sixth Century King Arthur of Britain and His Round Table of Knights
Arthurine  (English)
Feminine Form of Arthur: from the Roman Clan Name Artorius, Meaning Noble, Courageous
Artie  (English)
Diminutive of Arthur: from the Roman Clan Name Artorius, Meaning Noble, Courageous. Famous Bearer: Legendary Sixth Century King Arthur of Britain and His Round Table of Knights
Artimas  (Greek)
Variant of Artemus: Follower/Gift of Artemis (Greek Goddess of the Hunt and Counterpart of the Roman Diana)
Artimis  (Greek)
Variant of Artemus: Follower/Gift of Artemis (Greek Goddess of the Hunt and Counterpart of the Roman Diana)
Artimus  (Greek)
Variant of Artemus: Follower/Gift of Artemis (Greek Goddess of the Hunt and Counterpart of the Roman Diana)
Arty  (English)
Diminutive of Arthur: from the Roman Clan Name Artorius, Meaning Noble, Courageous. Famous Bearer: Legendary Sixth Century King Arthur of Britain and His Round Table of Knights
Augusta  (Latin)
Majestic, Grand. The Feminine Form of Augustus; Meaning Majestic Dignity or Venerable, Originally Given to Female Relatives of Roman Emperors. Famous Bearer: British King George Iii's Mother Was Named
Augustina  (Latin)
Variant of Augusta: Majestic, Grand. The Feminine Form of Augustus; Meaning Majestic Dignity or Venerable, Originally Given to Female Relatives of Roman Emperors
Augustus  (Latin)
Meaning Venerable or Majestic, This Title Was First Bestowed on Roman Emperor Octavian in Bc
Auheron  (German)
Derived from Two Old German Words Meaning Noble and Bear-like. Auberon Was the King of the Fairies in Medieval Romance
Auheron  (French)
A Diminutive of the Old French Auberi. Auberon Was the King of the Fairies in Medieval Romance
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