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Meaning of the Name Ross

87 names found for "Ross"   (page 1 of 2) 

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The first name Ross is of Celtic/Gaelic origin. It is often a boy name. It has the following meaning(s):

Celtic/Gaelic: Peninsula

Similar Names

Ra'is | Rees | Reis | Rhys | Risa | Roch | Rock | Roka | Rook | Ros |

Related Names

Aida  (Italian)
Happy. Famous Bearer: the Ethiopian Princess in Verdi's Opera 'Aida'. Also a Japanese Surname: Runs Across the Field
Biford  (English)
Lives at the River Crossing
Brendan  (Irish)
Prince. Some Scholars Believe Brendan Means 'stinking Hair' Famous Bearer: Th Century Irish Abbot St Brendan Founded a Monastery at Clonfert in County Galway; Then is Said to Have Sailed Across the At
Byford  (English)
Lives at the River Crossing
Charon  (Greek)
Ferryman Across the River Styx
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
Crosbey  (English)
Variant of Crosby: by the Cross
Crosbie  (English)
Variant of Crosby: by the Cross
Crosby  (English)
By the Cross
Crosby  (Teutonic)
Dweller by the Town Cross
Crosby  (Norse)
Dwells at the Shrine of the Cross
Crosland  (English)
Literally 'Cross Land'
Croslea  (English)
Variant of Crosley: Meadow With a Cross
Crosleah  (English)
From the Cross Meadow
Crosleigh  (English)
From the Cross Meadow
Crosley  (English)
From the Cross Meadow
Crosly  (English)
From the Cross Meadow
Crossland  (English)
Variant of Crosland: Literally 'Cross Land'
Crossley  (English)
Variant of Crosley: Meadow With a Cross
Cruz  (Portuguese)
Cross
Cruz  (Spanish)
Cross
Cruz  (Spanish)
The Cross Bearer
Crwys  (Welsh)
Cross
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
Ford  (English)
River Crossing
Forde  (English)
A Shallow Place Used to Cross a River or Stream. Surname
Frederick  (German)
Peaceful Ruler. from the Old German Name Frithuric. Famous Bearers: Roman Emperor Frederick Barbarossa, Prussian King Frederick the Great
Gorane  (Basque)
Holy Cross
Gorane  (Spanish)
Holy Cross
Gurutz  (Basque)
Holy Cross
Hadrian  (Latin)
From 'Hadrianus' Meaning of Adria or 'Of the Adriatic. Also 'Dark, ' a Variant of Adrian. Famous Bearer: Roman Emperor Hadrian Ordered the Famous Hadrian's Wall Be Built Across Northern England
Hannibal  (Latin)
General from the 3rd Century B.C. Who Crossed the Alps With , Men and Elephants During the Second Punic War
Hrosskel  (Norse)
Son of Thorstein
Juliet  (French)
Youthful; Variant of Julia. 'Jove's Child.' Star Crossed Lover in the Shakespearian Tragedy Romeo and Juliet
Kester  (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
Khachig  (Armenian)
Small Cross
Kit  (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
Kris  (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
Krossbyr  (Norse)
Dwells at the Shrine of the Cross
Leander  (Greek)
Lion Man. in Greek Mythology, Leander Swam Across the Hellespont Each Night to Meet His Lover, the Priestess Hero
Maricruz  (Latin)
Mary of the Cross
Nissyen  (Welsh)
Legendary Son of Eurosswydd
Norcross  (English)
From the North Cross Roads
Okal  (African)
To Cross
Redford  (English)
The Crossing Over the Red River (Ford, Red)
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