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Name Meaning Derivations Origin
Laban White Laben, Labin, Labon,
Labyn
Hebrew
Labhras Laurel
crowned, Victory.
Irish
Labib Intelligent, Sensible. Labid, Labyb, Labyd Arabic
Lach Dweller by the water. Laec Old English
Lachlan Lake
or Fjord.
Lach, Lache, Lachee, Lachey, Lachi,
Lachie, Lachlann, Lachlun, Lachlunn, Lachunn, Lachy, Lakelan, Lakeland, Loch, Loche, Lochee, Lochey, Locki, Lockie, Lochlan,
Lochlen, Lochlin, Lochlon, Lochlyn, Lochy, Lock, Lockee, Lockey,
Lockie, Locklan
Scottish / Celtic
Lacy From the Roman manor. Lacey Latin
Ladd Page; Young attendant. Laddie Middle English
Ladislaus Glory Lachman (German), Laczko
(Hungarian), Ladislao, Ladislas (Polish, Slavic), Ladislav, Ladyslas,
Ladyslaus, Lako, Laszolo, Wladislav, Wladislaw
Slavic
Ladislav Army ruler; From the
woods.
Ladislaus, Ladyslav,
Ladyslaus
Czech, German; English
Lado Second-born son. Fanti
Lael Belonging to the Lord. Hebrew
Laertes The father of Odysseus
and Ophelia’s brother in Shakespeare’s tragedy – Hamlet.
Greek
Laffit Faithful Lafayette, Lafitte Old French
Lafrance Freedom Italian, German
Laibrook From the path by the
stream.
Laebrook, Laybrook English
Laidley From the path by the
watery meadow.
Laidlea, Laidleah, Laidlee, Laidleigh,
Laidli, Laidlie, Laidly, Laydlea, Laydleah, Laydlee, Laydleigh, Laydli,
Laydlie, Laydly
English
Laione Lion Laion Tongan
Laird Head
of household.
Layrd Scottish
Lais Lion Lays Arabic
Lajos Holy, Famous. Lajcsi, Laji, Lajie, Lali Hungarian
Lajuan John
Lake From the pond. Laek, Laik, Layk Latin
Lakepi Rugby player. Tongan
Laki Lucky Samoan
Lakin Found
treasure
African American
Lalo Lullaby Latin
Lamani Lemon Lamanee, Lamaney, Lamanie, Lamany Tongan
Lamar Famous through the land; From the sea. LaMarr, Lamarr, Lemar, Lemarr, Limar,
Limarr, Lymar,
Lymarr
Teutonic; French
Lambert Bright rich land, Owner of many estates. Lamberts (Italian), Lamberto (Italian), Lambirt,
Lambirto, Lamburt, Lamburto, Lambyrt, Lambyrto, Landbert (German),
Landberto, Landbirt, Landbirto, Landburt, Landburto, Landbyrt,
Landbyrto, Landebert, Landeberto, Landebirt, Landebirto, Landeburt,
Landeburto, Landebyrt, Landebyrto
Teutonic
Lamech Powerful strength. Lamec Hebrew
Lami To conceal. Lamee, Lamey, Lamie, Lamy Tongan
Lamond The world. Lammond, Lamondre, Lamund, Lemond, Lemund French
Lamont The
mountain; Lawyer.
Lammond, Lamond, LaMont,
Lamont, Lamonte, Lemmont, LeMont, Lemont, Lemonte
Old French / Scandinavian
Lamorna Beloved. Lamornah French, Gaelic
Lance The knight’s spear
attendant. A short form of Lancelot.
Lanse, Launce, Latin, Old French
Lancelot The knight’s spear
attendant.
Lancelott, Lancelotte, Lancey,
Lancilot, Lancilott, Lancilotte, Lancilotto (Italian),
Lancing, Lancylot, Lancylott, Lancylotte, Lansing, Launcelot,
Launcelott, Launcelotte
Latin, Old French
Landan Grassy
plain
Landen, Lander, Landers,
Landin, Landis, Landman, Landon, Landor, Landors, Landry, Landun,
Landyn, Langtry, Lunds, Lunt
Teutonic
Lander Owner of the grassy
plain.
Landar, Landers, Landor,
Launder, Launders
English
Landers Rough
land
Landry,
Landis
English
Landis Rough
land
Landry,
Landers
Lando Famous through the land. Landow Portuguese, Spanish,
German
Landon Owner of the grassy land,
Dweller on the hill.
Landan, Landen, Lander,
Landers, Landin, Landis, Landman, Landor, Landors, Landry, Landun,
Landyn, Langtry, Lunds, Lunt
Old English
Landric Land ruler. Landrick, Landrik, Landryc, Landryck, Landryk Teutonic
Landry Ruler of the land. Landr, Landrew, Landri, Landrie, Landrue French, English
Lane Narrow road; Good. Laine, Laney, Lani, Lanie,
Layn, Layne, Layni, Laynie, Layny
Middle English;
Australian Aboriginal
Lang Tall
one; Tree.
Laing, Langdon, Langer,
Langford, Langhorne, Langlee, Langleigh, Langley, Langsdon, Langston,
Langstone, Langtr, Longfellow
Scottish / Scandinavian;
Australian Aboriginal
Langdon From the long hill. Langdan, Langden, Langdin, Langdun,
Langdyn, Langlea, Langleah, Langlee, Langleigh, Langley, Langli,
Langlie, Langly, Langsdon, Langston
Old English
Langer Tall
one
Lang
Langford Dweller by the long river
crossing.
Laingford English
Langi Heaven Langee, Langey, Langie, Langy Tongan
Langley Of the long meadow. Lainglea, Laingleah, Lainglee,
Laingleigh, Laingley, Laingli, Lainglie, Laingly, Lang, Langlea,
Langleah, Langlee, Langeleigh, Langli, Langlie, Langly
Old English
Langston A
long, narrow town, Farm that belongs to the tall one.
Laingston, Langsdon, Langsdown Old English
Langundo Peaceful Langund Native American
Langworth From the long enclosure. Laingworth English
Lani Sky, Heaven. Lanee, Laney, Lanie, Lany Hawaiian
Lann Sword Lan Celtic
Lanny Crown of laurel leaves, Victory. A form of Laurence. Lannee, Lanni, Lannie,
Lany
American, Latin
Lanu Running around a pole. Moquelumnan
Lanz Knight. A form of Lance, the knight’s spear attendant. Lanzo, Lonzo Italian, French
Lanzo Land servant. Lancelot, Lancilott,
Lancilotto (Italian), Landa, Landza, Launce, Launcelot, Launcelott
German
Lao Gloriious stand; Law. Spanish, Latin; Tongan
Lap Independent Vietnamese
Laquintin Fifth-born child. Laquentin, Laquenton, Laquintas,
Laquintise, Laquintiss, Laquinton, Lauyn, Laquynt, Laquyntan,
Laquynten, Laquyntin, Laquynton, Laquyntun, Laquyntyn
Latin, American
Laramie One who cries tears of love. Laramee, Laramey, Larami,
Laramy
French
Laris Happy Larris, Larrys, Larys Latin
Larkin Rough, Fierce. Larkan, Larken, Larklin, Larklyn, Larkyn Irish
Larnell Beloved victory. A combination of Larry and Daryl. Larnel Latin
Larron Thief Laran, Laraun, Laren, Larin, Laron,
Laronn, Larun, Laryn, Latheron, Lathron
Old French
Larry Laurel
crowned, Victory. A short form of Laurence.
Lari, Larie, Larri, Larrie, Lary Latin
Lars One crowned with laurel,
Victorious one. The Norse form of Laurence.
Laris, Larris, Larse, Larz, Lasse Swedish
Larson Lar’s son, Son of the one
crowned with laurel, victorious one. The Norse form of Laurence.
Larsen, Larson, Larsson, Larzon,
Laurans, Laurits, Lavrans, Lorens
Swedish
Larvall To wash. Larvell Italian
Lasalle Hall Lasal, Lasale, Lasall French
Lascelles Cell Lascel, Lascele, Lascell,
Lascelle
Old French
Lash Famous warrior. A form of
Louis.
Lasher, Lashi, Lasho Gypsy, German
Lashawn God is gracious. A form
of Shawn.
Lasean, Lashajaun, Lashaun, Lashon, Lashonne Irish, American
Lasse Victory of the people. A
form of Nicholas.
Lase Finnish, Greek
Laszlo Famous ruler. Laci, Lacko, Lasio, Laslo,
Lazlo
Hungarian
Lateef Gentle, subtle. Latif, Latyf, Letif,
Letyf
Arabic
Latham From the barn at the
homestead.
Laith, Lathe, Later,
Lathrop, Latimer, Latymer
Scandinavian
Lathan Gift of God. A form of
Nathan.
Lathanial, Lathaniel, Lathen, Latin,
Laythyn, Leathan
Hebrew, American
Lathom / Lathrop From the home with the
barn.
Lath, Lathe, Lathrope,
Latholme
Old Norse
Latimer Near
the sea; Language teacher; interpreter
Latimor, Latymer Old French
Latravis Keeper at the crossroads,
tax or toll collector. A form of Travis.
Latavious, Latavers, Latavious,
Latravers, Latraviaus, Latravious, Latravys
American, French
Laudalino Praised. Laudalin, Laudalyn,
Laudalyno
Portuguese
Laughlin Servant Lauchlin, Laughlyn, Leachlain, Leachlainn Irish
Laurence Laurel
crowned, Victory.
Labhras (Irish),
Labhruinn, Larrance, Lars (Swedish), Larson, Larz, Laurans, Laurencio
(Spanish), Laurens (Dutch), Laurent (French), Laurenz (German,
Danish), Lauriston, Lauritj, Lauris (Swedish), Lauritz (Danish), Lauro
(Filipino), Laurus (Estonian), Laurynas (Lithuanian), Lavrenty
(Russian), Lavreuty (Russian), Lawrance, Lawrence, Lawson, Loren,
Lorenco (Spanish), Lorencs, Lorenis (Hungarian), Lorens, Lorenz
(German), Lorenzo (Italian, Spanish), Lorit, Loritz, Lorus, Lourenco
(Portuguese), Lowrance, Lowrence, Raulus, Vavrinec
Latin
Laurie Laurel crowned, Victory.
A short form of Laurence and Lawrence.
Lauree, Laurri, Laurrie, Laurry,
Laury, Lawree, Lawrey, Lawri, Lawrie, Lawry, Lori, Lorie,
Lorri, Lorrie, Lorry, Lory, Lowree, Lowry, Lowri, Lowrie, Lowry
Latin
Laval Lord Lave, Lavrans Old English
Lavalle From the valley. Lavail, Laval, Lavall, Lavalei, Lavalley French
Lavan White Lavaughan, Laven, Lavin,
Lavon, Lavyn, Levan, Leven, Levin, Levon, Levyn
Hebrew
Lave Lava; Lord. Laev, Laeve, Laiv, Laive, Layv, Layve Italian; Hebrew
Lavern Spring time. Laverne, LaVern, LaVerne, Lavrn,
Lavyrne, Lavrans, Luvern, Luverne
Latin
Lavi Lion Lavee, Lavey, Lavie, Lavy Hebrew
Lavon White Lavan, Lavaughan, Laven, Lavin, Lavon, Lavyn, Levan, Leven, Levin,
Levon, Levyn
American, Hebrew
Lavrenti Crown of laurel leaves,
Victory. A form of Laurence.
Larent, Larenti, Lavrentij, Lavrusha,
Lavrik, Lavro
Russian, Latin
Lawford From the low ford on the
hill.
Old English
Lawler Mumbler of words, Softly
spoken.
Law, Ler, Leri, Lerie,
Lery
Gaelic
Lawley Fromt he low meadow on
the hill.
Lawlea, Lawleah, Lawlee, Lawleigh,
Lawley, Lawli, Lawlie, Lawly
Old English
Lawson Lawrence’s son, Son of
the victorious one crowned in Laurel leaves.
Lawlea, Lawleah, Lawlee, Lawleigh,
Lawley, Lawli, Lawlie, Lawly
Old English
Lawton From the town on the
hill, Refinement.
Laughton Old English
Lazaro Resurrection Lazarillo, Lazarilo, Lazarito, Lazzaro Italian, Greek
Lazarus God will help. Eleazar, Lazar (Russian),
Lazarasz, Lazare (French), Lazaro (Italian, Spanish), Lazarsz
(Polish), Lazer, Lazlo, Lazzaro (Italian), Lazzo (Illyrian), Lesser
Hebrew
Lazhar Best appearance. Arabic
Leaf Leaf from a tree Leath, Leef, Leeth, Leif, Leighth,
Leyf, Leyth
English
Leal Loyal, faithful friend English
Leander Like a lion. Ander, Leandre (French),
Landro (Italian, Spanish), Leanther
Greek
Lear Dweller at the pasture or
meadow
Lere Old English
Lech Forest spirit Polish
Ledyard Guardian of the nation. German
Lee / Leigh From the meadow. Lea, Leah, Lei, Ley English
Leeland Shelter Layland, Layton, Lealan,
Lealand, Leelan, Leighlan, Leighland, Leighton, Lelan, Leland, Letant,
Leylan, Leyland
Old English
Leggett Ambassador, envoy or
delegate.
Lagat, Lagate, Leggitt, Liggett, Lyggett Old French
Legrand The great one. Legran, Legrant Old French
Lei Thunder Leigh, Ley, Leygh Chinese
Leib Lion roaring. Leibel Yiddish
Leif Beloved; Broad river. Laif, Leyf, Leif, Leiff,
Leith (Scottish, Gaelic), Lief
Scandinavian; Scottish,
Gaelic
Leighton From the meadow town. Laeton, Laiton, Layton,
Leaton, Leeton, Leiton, Leyton
Old English
Leith Wide river. Scottish
Lek Small Thai
Lekeke Ruler who is powerful. Likeke Hawaiian
Leks Defender of humankind. A
form of Alexander.
Leksik, Lekso Estonian
Lel Beloved; Taker Hindi; Gypsy
Leland From the meadow Layland, Layton, Lealan,
Lealand, Leelan, Leighlan, Leighland, Leighton, Lelan, Letant, Leylan,
Leyland
Old English
Lele Lullaby Latin
Lemar Ocean Lamar, Lemario, Lemarr, Limar, Limarr,
lymar, Lymarr
French
Lemmie A short form of Lemuel, belonging or
devoted to God.
Lemmy Hebrew
Lemuel Belonging or devoted to God. Hebrew
Len House with tenants. The
short form of names beginning with “Len”.
Lenn Old English
Lendar From his parents. Gypsy
Lenny House with tenants. The
short form of names beginning with “Len”.
Lenee, Leney, Leni, Lenie, Lenee,
Lenney, Lenni, Lennie, Leny
Old English
Lenacho Crown of laurel leaves,
Victory. A form of Lawrence.
Lenci, Lencie, Lenzy Spanish, Latin
Lenis Gentle, Soft. Lenys Latin
Lenno Man Leno Native American
Lennon Little cap, Cloak. Lenna, Lannan, Lennen, Lennin, Lennyn Gaelic
Lennor Spring/Summer time. Lenor Gypsy
Lennox Grove of elm trees. Lenox Gaelic
Lensar From his parents. Lansa, Lensah, Lenza, Lenzah, Lenzar Gypsy
Leo Lion Lav, Leaho, Leao, Leeo, Leigho, Leio,
Leodis, Leon (French), Leondaus, Leone, Leonid
(Russian), Leonidas, Leonis, Lev (Russian), Lio, Lion, Lyo, Lyon
Latin
Leofric Beloved ruler. Leofrick, Leofrik, Leofryc, Leofryck, Leofryk Old English
Leofwin Beloved friend. Leofwen, Leofwyn Old English
Leon Lion-like. Leahon, Leaon, Leighon, Leion, Leonas,
Leonce, Leoncio, Leondris, Leone, Leonek, Leonetti,
Leoni, Leonid, Leonidas, Leonirez, Leonidas, Leonirez, Leonizio,
Leonon, Leons, Leontes, Leontios, Leontrae, Levin (Russian), Leyon,
Lion, Lionel, Lionelle, Lionello, Lyon, Lyonal, Lyonel
French
Leonard Bold, Strong like a lion. Leanard, Lenardas
(Lithuanian), Leanardus (Latin), Leanhard, Lennard, Leonardo (Italian,
Spanish), Leonidas (Greek), Leonide, Lienhardt, Lionard, Lionardo,
Lonnard, Lonnardo, Lyonard
Teutonic
Leonel Lion cub, Bold, Strong
like a lion. A form of Leonard.
Leaonal, Leaonall, Leaonel, Leaonell,
Leional, Leionall, Leionel, Leionell, Lional, Lionall, Lionel, Lionell,
Lyonal, Lyonall, Lyonel, Lyonell
French
Leonidas Son of the lion. Greek
Leopold Brave people. Leopoldo, Leorad, Lipot, Lopolda,
Luepold, Luitpold
German
Leor Light of mine. Leory, Lior Hebrew
Lepati Leopard Tongan
Leron Circle Lerond, Leron, Lerin, Lerrin, Leryn Old French
Leroy King Learoi, Learoy, Lee-Roy, Leeroy,
Leighroi, Leighroy, Leiroi, Leiroy, Leroi, Lerol, Leyroi,
Leyroy
Old French
Les From the grey fortress,
Garden court by the pool meadow. The short form of names starting with
‘Les’.
Less Scottish, Gaelic
Lesharo Chief Pawnee
Leshawn God is gracious. A form
of Shawn.
Lesean, Leshajaun, Leshaun, Leshon, Leshonne Irish, American
Leshem Precious stone. Hebrew
Leslie From the grey meadow,
Garden court by the stream meadow.
Leslea, Lesleah, Leslee, Leslei,
Lesleigh, Lesley, Lesli, Lesly, Lezlea, Lezleah, Lezlei, Lezleigh,
Lezley, Lezli, Lezlie, Lezly
Scottish, Gaelic
Lester From the chosen camp;
Shining lamp.
Leichester Latin; Old English
Lev He heard. The short form
of names starting with ‘Lev’.
Leb, Leva, Levah, Levka, Levko, Levushka Hebrew
Levander Rising from the sea. Hebrew
Levant Rising Lavant, Lavante, Lebert, Levandar,
Levante, Lavender, Lavendor, Lever, Leveret, Leverett,
Leverette
Latin
Leveni Raven Levenee, Leveney, Levenie,
Leveny
Tongan
Leverett Young rabbit. Leveret, Leverit, Leveritt, Leveryt, Leverytt Old French
Levi United in harmony,
Promise.
Lavi, Lavy, Leavitt,
Leevi, Lever, Levic, Levy, Lewi
Hebrew
Levin Dearest friend. Leevon, Levon, Levone, Loveonn,
Levonne, Levyn, Levynn, Lew, Lewan, Lewen, Lewon, Lewyn, Louan, Louen,
Louin, Louon, Louyn, Lyvon, Lyvonn, Lyvonne
Old English
Lewis Renowned battle. The
short form of Llewelyn, Lion like friend, Lightning.
Lewys, Louis, Louys German
Lex Word Laxton, Lexan, Lexen,
Lexton
Greek
Leyati Abalone shell-shaped. Leyatie, Leyaty Moquelumnan
Li Strength Chinese
Liam Helmet of resolution;
Wilful. A short form of William
Lyam Teutonic; Irish
Lian Protector. Liam, Lyam, Lyan Irish
Liang Excellent Lyang Chinese
Lias Rock Lyas English
Liberio Freedom Liberaratore, Libero
(Italian), Liberty, Lyberiuo, Lyberyo
Portuguese
Liddon Shelter Lidon, Lyddon, Lydon Old English
Lieb Love Lyeb German
Lief Beloved, Descendant, Heir Leif Old Norse
Ligongo Who is he? Lygongo Yao
Liko Bud of a flower;
Protected.
Like, Lyko Hawaiian; Chinese
Limu Seaweed Lymu Tongan
Lin Bright Linh, Linn, Linni, Linnie,
Linny, Lyn, Lynn
Burmese
Linc From the place near the
pool. The short form of Lincoln.
Link, Lynk English
Lincoln From the place near the
pool, From the colony by the pool.
Lincon, Lincoyn, Lyncoln,
Lyncoyn 
Old English
Lind Dweller by the linden,
tree.
Lynd Old English
Lindall / Lindel From the Linden or lime
trees.
Linlind, Lindal,
Lindberg, Lindbergh, Lindel, Lindell, Lindsay, Linsey, Lyndal, Lyndall,
Lyndel, Lyndell, Lyndsay, Lyndsey
English
Lindberg Hill with Linden trees. Lindbergh, Lindburg, Lynberg,
Lynbergh, Lynburg
German
Lindbert From the Linden-tree
hill.
Linbert, Linbirt, Linburt, Linbyrt, Lindberg,
Lindbirt, Lindburg, Lindburt, Lynbert, Lynbirt, Lynburt, Lynbyrt,
Lyndbert, Lyndbirt, Lyndburt, Lyndbyrt
Teutonic
Linden From the linden or
lime-tree valley.
Lindan, Lindin, Lindon, Lindyn,
Lyndan, Lynden, Lyndin, Lyndon, Lyndyn
Old English
Lindley From the meadow with
linden or lime trees.
Lindlea, Lindleah, Lindlee, Lindleigh,
Lindli, Lindlie, Lindly, Lyndlea, Lyndleah, Lyndlee, Lyndleigh,
Lyndley, Lyndli, Lyndlie, Lyndly
Old English
Lindsay From the linden-tree
island.
Lindsee, Lindsey, Linsey, Lyndsay,
Lyndsee, Lyndsey
Old English
Linford From the linden-tree
river crossing.
Lynford Old English
Linfrid Gentle peace. Linfryd, Lynfrid, Lynfryd German
Lingrel River bank, Rising hill. Lyngrel Old English
Link From the river bank. Linc, Linck, Lync, Lynck,
Lynk
Old English
Linley From the flax field. Linlea, Linleah, Linlee, Linleigh,
Linli, Linlie, Linly, Lynlea, Lynleah, Lynlee, Lynleigh, Lynley, Lynli,
Lynlie, Lynly
Old English
Linton From the flax town. Lynton Old English
Linu Lilly Lynu Hindi
Linus Flax,
Yellow-coloured/haired.
Linas, Linis, Liniss, Linous, Lynis,
Lyniss, Lynus
Greek
Lio Lion cub. Lyo Hawaiian / French
Lionel Young lion, Cub. Lionello (Italian,
Spanish), Lyonell, Lyonelle, Lyonello
Old English
Lipman Lover of human kind. Lieber, Lypman Teutonic
Liron My song. Lyron Hebrew
Lise Salmon poking its head
out of the water.
Lyse Moquelumnan
Lisimba Lion Lasimba, Lasimbah, Lisimbah, Lysimba,
Lysymba, Simba, Simbah, Symba, Symbah
Yao
Lisle From the island town. Lysle Old French
Lister Cloth dyer. Lyster English
Litton From the farm on the
little hillside town.
Lyle, Lytel, Lytten,
Lytton
Old English
Lius Light Lyus Polish
Livingston From the lively stone
town.
Livingstone, Livinston,
Livinstone
English
Livio Resentful, Full of spite,
Malice.
Italian, Latin, Etruscan
Liwanu Growling bear. Lywanu Moquelumnan
Lleufer Splendid Welsh
Llewelyn Lion-like friend,
Lightning.
Leoline, Lewelan, Lewelen,
Lewis, Llewellyn, Llywellyn
Welsh
Lleyton From the meadow town. Leaton, Leahton, Leeton,
Leighton, Leyton
Old English
Lloyd Grey-haired Floyd, Loyd Welsh
Loa Storm clouds Loah Tongan
Lobo Wolf. Fierce Spanish
Lobsang The kind-hearted one. Tibetan
Loc Luck, Blessings. Vietnamese
Loch From the land of the
lakes. A short form of Lachlan.
Irish, Scottish
Lochie From the land of the
lakes. A short form of Lachlan.
Lachi, Lachie, Lachy, Lochey, Lochi, Lochy Irish, Scottish
Locke From the forest or
enclosure, woods, fortified place, pond.
Loc, Lock, Lockwood Old English
Loe King. A form of Roy. Hawaiian, French
Lofa Storm bird Lofah Tongan
Logan From the hollow Logen, Login, Logon,
Logyn
Irish/Gaelic
Lok Happy Chinese
Lokela Renowned spear user. A
form of Roger
Lokelah Hawaiian, German
Lokni Rain coming in through
the roof.
Moquelumnan
Loman Enlightened; Brave;
Sensitive.
Lomen Celtic; Irish; Slavic
Lombard Long beard. Lombarda, Lombardi,
Lombardo (Italian)
Teutonic
Lon Strong; fierce. The short
form of Alonzo/Lawrence.
Loni, Lonie, Lonni,
Lonnie, Lonny, Lony
Irish / Gaelic
Lonan Cloud Lonen, Lonin, Lonon,
Lonyn
Zuni
Lonato Flint stone. Native American
Londisizwe Protect/take care of the nation. Zulu
London Geographical – the
capital city of Britain, Fortress of the moon.
Longdon Middle English
Long Dragon; Hair. Chinese; Vietnamese
Longo Quiet Tongan
Lono God of farming, Peace. Hawaiian
Lootah Red Loota Lakota
Lorant Laurel tree. Hungarian
Lorcan Little fierce one. Lorcen, Lorcin, Lorcon,
Lorcyn
Celtic
Lord Noble one with a title. English
Lorenzo Crown of laurel leaves,
Victory.  A form of Lawrence.
Larinza, Laurenzo, Laurinzo, Laurynzo,
Leranzo, Lerenzo, Lerinzo, Leronzo, Lerynzo, Lorant, Lorantso,
Lorantzo, Lorenc, Lorence, Lorenco, Lorencz, Lorenczo, Lorens, Lorenso,
Lorent, Lorentz, Lorentzo, Lorenz, Lorenza,
Lorenzo, Loretto, Lorinc, Loricao, Lorinzo, Loritz, Lorrenzo, Lorrynzo,
Lorynzo
Italian, Spanish, Latin
Loretto Crown of laurel leaves;
victory. A form of Lawrence
Loreto Italian / Latin
Lorimer Saddler, Harness maker,
Bit maker.
Lorimer, Lorrimer, Lorrymer, Lorymer Old French, Latin
Loring Son of the famous
warrior.
Lorrin, Lorring, Lorryn, Lorrying, Loryng Teutonic
Loris Clown Lorys Dutch
Loritz Crown of laurel leaves,
Victory. A form of Lawrence.
Lauritz, Laurytz, Lorytz Danish, Latin
Lorne Crown of laurel leaves,
Victory. A form of Lawrence.
Lorn, Lornie, Lorny Latin
Lorry Crown of laurel leaves,
Victory; Truck. A form of Lawrence.
Lauri, Laurie, Laury,
Lorri, Lorrie, Lory
English, Latin; English
Lot Hidden Lotan Hebrew
Lothar Warlike Lotair, Lotaire, Lottario, Lothair,
Lothaire, Lothario
Teutonic
Lotu To pray. Tongan
Lou Famous warrior. The short
form of names starting with ‘Lou’.
Lew German
Loudon From the low valley. Lewdan, Lewden, Lewdin, Lewdon,
Lewdyn, Loudan, Louden, Loudin, Loudyn, Lowdan, Lowden, Lowdin, Lowdon, Lowdyn
German
Louis Famous warrior Aloys, Aloysius, Clodoveo,
Clovis, Elois, Lajos (Hungarian), Lasho, Lewellen, Lewes, Lewis, Lewys,
Ljudevit, Llewelyn, Llwellyn, Lodde (Norse), Lodewyck (Dutch), Lodoe,
Lood (Dutch), Lodovico (Italian), Lodowick (Scottish), Loeis, Lowes,
Ludeg, Ludevit, Ludovicus, Ludvick,m Ludvick, Lugaidh (Irish), Ludvig
(Swedish), Ludvik (Swedish), Ludwik, Lui, Luigi (Italian), Luis
(Spanish), Luiz, Luthais (Scottish)
Teutonic
Lourdes Geographical – from
Lourdes in France.
Lordes, Lords French
Louvain Vain Louvayn English
Lovell Young wolf, Fierce. Lovel, Lovelle, Low,
Lowe, Lowel, Lowell (Old French), Lowelle
French, English
Loyal Faithful Loial, Loy, Lyal, Lyall, Lyel, Lyell French, English
Luber Beloved German
Lubomir peace lover. Lubomyr Polish
Luc Bringer of light. A short
form of names beginning with “Luc” or “Luk”.
Luke German, Irish, Danish,
Dutch
Lucas Bringer of light; From
Luciana. A masculine form of Lucy.
Loukas, Luca (Italian),
Lucah, Lucassie, Lucca (Italian), Luciano (Italian), Lucio (Italian),
Luckas, Lucus, Lucys, Lukas, Lukasz, Lukus, Lukys
German, Irish, Danish,
Dutch; Greek
Lucian Bringer of light. A
masculine form of Lucy.
Lucan, Lucianus, Luciano,
Lucien, Lucio (Italian, Spanish), Lucyan, Lycyen, Luzian, Luzien
(French), Luzio, Luzius
Latin
Lucius Bringer of light. A
masculine form of Lucy.
Luca (Italian), Lucais,
Lucas (German), Lucca, Luce, Lucian (Latin), Luciano (Italian), Lucia,
Luciah, Lucias, Lucien (French), Lucio, Lucyas, Lucyus, Lukas, Lukash,
Luke, Lukey
Latin
Lucky Fortunate, fate Lucki, Luckie, Luki, Lukie, Luky Middle English
Lucretius Gain Lucretyus Latin
Ludim Nativity, generation. Lod, Lud Hebrew
Ludlow From the hill of the
prince.
English
Ludolf Famous wolf. German
Ludwig Famous warrior. Ludovic, Ludovico, Ludvig, Ludvik,
Ludwik, Ludwyg, Lui (Hawaiian, German), Luigi (Italian,
German), Luigino, Lutz
German
Luke Bringer of light; From
Luciana. A
masculine form of Lucy
Luc, Luca (Italian),
Lucais, Lucano, Lucca, Lucais (Scottish), Lucas (German, Dutch, Danish,
Irish), Lucio (Spanish), Luka, Lukas (Swedish), Lukaz, Lukela, Luken,
Luki, Lukyn
Latin; Greek
Lukman Prophet Luqman Arabic
Lulani Highest point in heaven. Lulanee, Lulaney, Lulanie,
Lulany
Hawaiian
Lumo Born face down. Ewe
Lundy From the grove at the
island.
Lundee, Lundey, Lundi,
Lundie
Scottish
Lunga Be good/kind. Zulu
Lungani You all be good/kind. Zulu
Lunn Warlike Lon, Lonn, Lonni, Lonnie,
Lonny, Lony, Lunni, Lunnie, Lunny, Luny
Irish
Lunt From the grave Lont Swedish
Lupus Wolf, Fierce Latin
Lusila Leader Lusyla Hindi
Lusio Light Lusyo Zuni
Lutalo Warrior Luganda
Lutfi Kind friend. Arabic
Luther Renowned warrior. Lotario (Italian),
Lothaire (French), Lothar, Lothaiire, Lothario, Lother, Lothur, Lutero
(Spanish)
Old French
Lutherum Slumber Gypsy
Luyanda It (love) is growing. Zulu
Luyu Head shaker. Moquelumnan
Lyall Loyal Loyal, Loyel, Lyel, Lyell Scottish
Lyceus Light Lycius Greek
Lycidas Wolf son. Greek
Lyle From the island. Lisle, Lyal, Lall, Lyel,
Lyell
Old French
Lyman From the meadow valley. Leaman, Leamen, Leeman,
Leemen, Leiman, Leimen, Leyman, Liman, Limen, Limin, Limon, Limyn,
Lymen, Lymin, Lymon, Lymyn
Old English
Lynch Mariner Linch Irish
Lyndal From the valley of the
linden trees.
Lindal, Lindall, Lindel, Lyndale,
Lyndall, Lyndel, Lyndell
English
Lyndon From the linden-tree
hill.
Lindan, Linden, Lindin,
Lindon, Lindyn, Lyndan, Lynden,, Lyndin, Lyndyn
English
Lynfa From the lake. Welsh
Lynn From the stream with the
waterfall.
Lin, Linn, Linlee,
Linleigh, Linley, Linly, Linwood, Lyn, Lynford, Lynton, Lynwood
Celtic
Lyron Round circle. Liron Hebrew, French
Lysander Freedom maker Lisander Greek
Lytton Place on the loud
torrent; town by the loud stream
Liton, Litton, Lyton Old English
Lwandile It (love) has intensified. Zulu