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Names That Mean Land

853 names found for "Land"   (page 1 of 18) 

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

Similar Names

Lamond | Leland | Lind | Lundy | Lunt | Lynd | Landa | Linda | Lindi | Lindy |

Related Names

Adair  (English)
Variant of Edgar: Fortunate and Powerful. from the Old English Name Eadgar, a Compound of 'Ead' Meaning Rich or Happy, and 'Gar' Meaning Spear. Famous Bearer: King Edgar of England; American Author Ed
Addaneye  (English)
Lives on the Noble's Island
Addney  (English)
Lives on the Noble's Island
Adney  (English)
Lives on the Noble's Island
Adny  (English)
Lives on the Noble's Island
Aedd  (Welsh)
A King of Ireland
Aeneas  (Scottish)
Sometimes Used in Scotland As a Translation of the Gaelic 'Aonghus'
Aidan  (Gaelic)
Little Fire, Ardent. Aidan Was Popular in Ireland in the After the Famous Irish Monk Aidan
Aijeleth-Shahar  (Biblical)
The Land of the Morning
Aijeleth-Shahar  (Biblical)
The Land of the Morning
Ailie  (French)
Diminutive of Alison: A Variant of Alice Meaning Nobility. Now Particularly Popular in Scotland
Ailpean  (Gaelic)
Very Old Name in Common Use in Scotland. The Origin and Historical Development of This Name is Not Known. Variations: Ailpein, Alpine
Ailsa  (Scottish)
Derived from a Scottish Place Ailsa Craig, a Small Island Off the Ayrshire Coast. Also Used to Anglicize Ealasaid, the Gaelic Form of Elizabeth. (Ail-sa)
Aland  (English)
Variant of Alan: Fair; Handsome. Also Both a Diminutive of Albert (Noble, Bright) and an Abbreviation of Names Beginning With Al-
Alandair  (Greek)
Variant of Alexander: Defender of Men. Alexander the Great Was a Macedonian King for Whom the Egyptian City of Alexandria is Named. Eight Popes and Three Russian Emperors Have Been Named Alexander
Alandra  (Spanish)
Variant of Alexandra: Defender of Mankind
Albanwr  (Welsh)
From Scotland
Albany  (Scottish)
Derived from a Former Name for Northern Scotland
Albertina  (English)
Feminine Form of Albert from the Old German Adalbert Meaning Noble and Bright. Albert Became Popular in England After Queen Victoria Married Prince Albert in Noble, Bright
Albertine  (English)
Feminine Form of Albert from the Old German Adalbert Meaning Noble and Bright. Albert Became Popular in England After Queen Victoria Married Prince Albert In
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
Alice  (English)
Of the Nobility. from the German Adalheidis Meaning Nobility, and the French Adeliz Which is a Form of Adelaide. Used in Britian; Alice Became Very Popular in When Lewis Carrol's Alice in Wonderland W
Alison  (French)
A Variant of Alice Meaning Nobility. Now Particularly Popular in Scotland
Allie  (French)
Diminutive of Alison: A Variant of Alice Meaning Nobility. Now Particularly Popular in Scotland
Allison  (French)
A Variant of Alice Meaning Nobility. Now Particularly Popular in Scotland
Ally  (French)
Diminutive of Alison: A Variant of Alice Meaning Nobility. Now Particularly Popular in Scotland
Amalur  (Spanish)
Homeland
Amalur  (Basque)
Motherland
Amalure  (Spanish)
Homeland
America  (Latin)
Land of the Prince
Andre'  (Scottish)
Variant of Andrew: Manly. from the Greek Andrew. Has Long Been a Popular Scottish Name, Because St. Andrew is the Patron Saint of Scotland After Whom the Town of St Andrews Was Named
Andreas  (Scottish)
Variant of Andrew: Manly. from the Greek Andrew. Has Long Been a Popular Scottish Name, Because St. Andrew is the Patron Saint of Scotland After Whom the Town of St Andrews Was Named
Andrew  (Scottish)
Manly. from the Greek Andrew. Has Long Been a Popular Scottish Name, Because St. Andrew is the Patron Saint of Scotland After Whom the Town of St Andrews Was Named
Andrew  (Greek)
Manly. St Andrew, an Apostle of Jesus Christ, Later Became Patron Saint of Scotland. The Scottish City St Andrews is Named for Him. it Was in Frequent Use Throughout Britain During the Middle Ages
Andrew  (English)
Manly; Brave. in the Bible the First of the Twelve Apostles Chosen. Andrew is Patron Saint of Scotland and Russia. See Also Jedrick and Kendrick
Andy  (Scottish)
Diminutive of Andrew: Manly. from the Greek Andrew. Has Long Been a Popular Scottish Name, Because St. Andrew is the Patron Saint of Scotland After Whom the Town of St Andrews Was Named
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
Angus  (Irish)
From the Gaelic Aonghus, Meaning One Choice, or One Vigor. No Longer in Common Use in Ireland.One Vigor
Angus  (Shakespearean)
'The Tragedy of Macbeth' a Nobleman of Scotland
Arabella  (Latin)
Derived from 'Orabilis' Meaning Yielding to Prayer. Famous Bearer: Lady Arabella Stuart Was Cousin of King James Vi of Scotland. Also a Variant of Amabel Meaning Beautiful, Loving, Lovable, Graceful
Arabelle  (Latin)
Derived from 'Orabilis' Meaning Yielding to Prayer. Famous Bearer: Lady Arabella Stuart Was Cousin of King James Vi of Scotland. Also a Variant of Amabel Meaning Beautiful, Loving, Lovable, Graceful
Archibald  (Scottish)
True and Bold. Also 'Bald'. Introduced from England and Germany During the Norman Conquest, the Scottish Interpreted the 'Bald' to Refer to the Shaven Head of a Monk
Archie  (Scottish)
Diminutive of Archibald: True and Bold. Also 'Bald'. Introduced from England and Germany During the Norman Conquest, the Scottish Interpreted the 'Bald' to Refer to the Shaven Head of a Monk
Archy  (Scottish)
Diminutive of Archibald: True and Bold. Also 'Bald'. Introduced from England and Germany During the Norman Conquest, the Scottish Interpreted the 'Bald' to Refer to the Shaven Head of a Monk
Argob  (Biblical)
A Turf, or Fat Land
Argob  (Biblical)
A Turf, or Fat Land
Argyle  (Celtic)
From the Land of the Irish
853 names found for "Land"   (page 1 of 18) 

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