Q

Name Meaning Derivations Origin
Qabic Able Quabic, Quabick, Quabik,
Quabyc, Quabyck, Qyabyk
Arabic
Qabil Able Qabill, Qabyl, Qabyll Arabic
Qadim Ancient Qadym Arabic
Qadir Powerful Qadeer, Quadeer, Quadir Arabic
Qamar Moon   Arabic
Qasim Divider Qasym Arabic
Qayyim Rightful, Generous. Qayim Arabic
Qenehelo Sympathy, Give a chance.   African/Sotho
Qimat Valuable Qymat Hindi
Qing-Nan Young generation.   Chinese
Quaashie Born on Sunday. Quaashi, Quashi, Quashie Ewe
Quabiz Restrainer Quabyz Arabic
Quade Scottish
clan name
   
Quadree Fourth-born child. Quadrees African American
Quahhar Dominant   Arabic
Quain Clever Quayn French
Quamby Shelter Quambi Australian Aboriginal
Quan

"\kwän\" or "\kwÔn\

Quality, Unity,
Aspiration, Nobility; Fragrant
Quanah Chinese; Comanche
Quan-van Allowed   Vietnamese
Quana Fragrant Quanah Native American
Quant Quantity Quanta, Quantae, Quantah,
Quantai, Quantay, Quante, Quantea, Quantey, Quantez
Greek
Quay From the wharf.   English
Qudamah Courageous Qudam, Qudama Arabic
Quddus Holy Qudus Arabic
Qued Decorated robe.   Kiowa
Quenby From the woman’s estate. Quenbi, Quenbie Scandinavian
Quennel Dweller by the little
oak.
Quenal, Quenall,Quenel,
Quenell, Quennal, Quennall, Quennell
Old French
Quentin The
fifth, Fifth-born child.
Kvintinuas, Quantin,
Queintin, Queinten, Quienton, Quent, Quenten, Quenton, Quentyn,
Quincy, Quintan, Quinten, Quintin, Quinton, Quintus, Quyntan, Quynten,
Quyntin, Quynton, Quyntyn, Qwenton, Qwentyn, Qwyntan, Qwynten, Qwyntin,
Qwynton, Qwyntyn
Latin
Quenton From the Queen’s town. Quentan, Quenten,
Quentin, Quentyn
English
Quigley From the Queen’s meadow. Quiglea, Quigleah,
Quiglee, Quigleigh, Quigli, Quiglie, Quigly
Old English
Quill Feather Quil, Quyl, Quyll English
Quillan Cub Quilan, Quilen, Quilin,
Quille, Quillin, Quillon, Quillyn, Quilon, Quilyn
Irish
Quiller Writer Quiler Old English
Quillon Sword Quilon, Quyllon, Quylon Latin
Quimby Dweller by the queen’s
estate.
Quembee, Quembey, Quemby,
Quenbee, Quenbey, Quenby, Quinbee, Quinby, Quymbee, Quymbey, Quymbi,
Quymbie, Quymby, Quynbee, Quynbey, Quynbi, Quynbie, Quynby
Norse
Quin Wise Quinn Celtic
Quincy The
fifth, From the fifth son’s estate, Fifth-born child.
Quincee, Quincey<
Quinn, Quinnsey, Quinnsy, Quyncee, Quyncey, Quynn, Quynnsey, Quynnsy,
Qunnsy, Quynsy
Old French, Latin
Quinlan Very
strong, Well-formed, Athletic.
Quindlen, Quinlen,
Quinlin, Quinn, Quinnlan, Quynlan, Quynlen, Quynlin, Quynlon, Quynlyn
Irish
Quinn Fifth’s
son estate, Wisdom.
Quin, Quyn, Quynn Irish, Gaelic
Quinto Home ruler.   Spanish
Quinton Fifth child; From the
Queen’s estate or town.
  Latin; Old English
Quiqui Ruler of the house. A
form of Henry.
Quinto, Quiquin, Quyquy Spanish, German
Quirin Magic spell. Quiryn English
Quirino Mars
– god of war
   
Quiver Arrow holder. Quyver English
Quon Bright   Chinese
Qusay Distant Qusai Arabic