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Names That Mean Stone

228 names found for "Stone"   (page 1 of 5) 

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

Similar Names

Seton | Stan | Sten | Stoney | Sidone | Stina | Stinne |

Related Names

Abana  (Biblical)
Made of Stone, a Building
Abana  (Biblical)
Made of Stone, a Building
Aeccestane  (English)
Swordsman's Stone
Aglauros  (Greek)
A Woman Who Was Turned into Stone by Hermes
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
Alain  (French)
A Form of the Celtic Name Alan Meaning Harmony, Stone, or Noble. Handsome
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
Alana  (Celtic)
Feminine Form of Alan Meaning Harmony, Stone, or Noble
Alanna  (Celtic)
Feminine Form of Alan Meaning Harmony, Stone, Noble, or Fair
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
Alun  (Welsh)
From the Celtic Alan Meaning Harmony, Stone, or Noble
Ambar  (Muslim)
Jewel. Amber Stone
Amber  (Muslim)
Variant of Ambar: Jewel. Amber Stone
Amethyst  (Greek)
Jewel. Also 'Against Intoxication.' a Purple or Violet Gemstone. According to Ancient Greek Superstition an Amethyst Protected Its Owner Against the Effects of Strong Drink
Amethyst  (Greek)
A Precious Stone. Origin: Middle English
Art  (Irish)
Stone,Bear
Arthur  (Irish)
Derived from the Irish Art Meaning 'stone'. Arthur Was an Irish Prince
Atheistan  (English)
From the Old English Aethelstan Meaning Noble Stone. Atheistan Was an Anglo-saxon King. Sir Walter Scott Used the Name Atheistan in His Novel Ivanhoe
Axton  (English)
Swordsman's Stone
Bedros  (Greek)
Stone
Beryl  (English)
Derived from the Precious Stone Beryl, a Gemstone of Varying Colors; Often Yellow-green. Famous References - Twentieth Century British Actress and Comedienne Beryl Reid; the Biblical Eighth Foundation
Beryl  (Greek)
Crystal. A Gemstone of Varying Colors; Often Yellow-green. in the Bible the Eighth Foundation Stone of the Wall of New Jerusalem Was Beryl
Beryl  (English)
From the Semi Precious Stone, Intuitive, Amiable, Seductive
Both  (Scottish)
From the Stone House
Bothain  (Scottish)
From the Stone House
Bothan  (Scottish)
From the Stone House
Botolf  (German)
Derived from the Old German Word for Wolf. Boston Was Named After a Saint, As Botulf's Stone
Botolph  (German)
Derived from the Old German Word for Wolf. Boston Was Named After a Saint, As 'Botulf's Stone'
Botulf  (German)
Derived from the Old German Word for Wolf. Boston Was Named After a Saint, As 'Botulf's Stone'
Carne  (Gaelic)
Variant of English Surname Cairn Meaning Landmark or Memorial of Piled-up Stones
Carne  (Welsh)
Variant of English Surname Cairn Meaning Landmark or Memorial of Piled-up Stones
Cephas  (Biblical)
A Rock or Stone
Chintamani  (Indian)
philosopher's stone
Clach  (Scottish)
Stone
Diamanda  (English)
Of High Value; Brilliant. The Precious Diamond Stone
Diamante  (English)
Of High Value; Brilliant. The Precious Diamond Stone
Diamond  (English)
Of High Value; Brilliant. The Precious Diamond Stone
Diamonique  (English)
Of High Value; Brilliant. The Precious Diamond Stone
Diamontina  (English)
Of High Value; Brilliant. The Precious Diamond Stone
Dunstan  (English)
Hill of Stone, from the Old English 'Dun' Meaning Hill, and Stan Meaning Stone. Famous Bearer: Th Century St Dunstan, Archbishop of Canterbury
Eban  (Hebrew)
Variant of Eben: Stone
Eben  (Hebrew)
Stone
Eben-ezer  (Biblical)
The Stone of Help
Eben-ezer  (Biblical)
The Stone of Help
Ebena  (Hawaiian)
Variant of Epena: Stone
228 names found for "Stone"   (page 1 of 5) 

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