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# Name Origin Meaning Gender
1 La'eeq Muslim Variant of La'iq: Able. Fit. Deserving.. M
2 La'iq Muslim Able. Fit. Deserving.. M

3 Laa'iq Muslim Variant of La'iq: Able. Fit. Deserving.. M
4 Laadah Biblical To assemble together, to testify, passing over. M
5 Laadan Biblical For pleasure, devouring, judgment. M
6 Laban Biblical White, shining, gentle, brittle. M
7 Laban Hebrew White. In the Bible, Laban was the brother of Isaac's wife Rebekah and the father of Jacob's wives Leali and Rachel. This name was popular with Puritans in the 17th century, but is rarely used today. M
8 Labana Biblical The moon, whiteness, frankincense. M
9 Labeeb Muslim Variant of Labib: Sensible. Intelligent.. M
10 Labhras Latin Laurel. M
11 Labhruinn Gaelic Laurel. M
12 Labib Muslim Sensible. Intelligent.. M
13 Labrencis Latin Laurel. M

14 Lacey Irish Surname. M
15 Lach English Lives near water. M
16 Lache English Lives near water. M
17 Lachish Biblical 'Who walks, or exists, of himself' M
18 Lachlan Scottish Warlike. Land of Fjords (referring to the Vikings). From the land of lakes. M
19 Lachlann Gaelic From Scandinavia. M
20 Laci Slavic Famous ruler. M
21 Lacko Slavic Famous ruler. M
22 Laco Czechoslovakian Famous ruler. M
23 Lacy Latin From Latius's estate. M
24 Lad English Attendant. M
25 Ladbroc English Lives by the path by the brook. M
26 Ladd English Attendant. M
27 Ladde English Attendant. M
28 Ladislas Slavic Good ruler. M
29 Ladon Greek Dragon of Hera. M
30 Laec English Lives near water. M
31 Laefertun English From the rush farm. M
32 Lael Biblical To God, to the mighty. M
33 Laertes Greek Father of Odysseus. M
34 Laertes Shakespearean 'Hamlet, Prince of Denmark' Son to Polonius, the Lord Chamberlain. M
35 Laestrygones Greek A tribe of giants. M
36 Lafayette French Surname. At the age of 20 the French nobleman Marquis de Lafayette went to fight for four years in the American Revolution. M
37 Lafeu Shakespearean All's Well That Ends Well.' An old lord. M
38 Lagmann Norse Lawyer. M
39 Lahad Biblical Praising, to confess. M
40 Lahairoi Biblical Who liveth and seeth me. M
41 Lahmam Biblical Their bread, their war. M
42 Lahmi Biblical My bread, my war. M
43 Laibrook English Lives by the path by the brook. M
44 Laidley English From the creek meadow. M
45 Laidly English From the creek meadow. M
46 Lailoken ArthurianLegend A fool. M
47 Laine English From the long meadow. M
48 Laine Scottish Serves John. M
49 Laird Scottish Lord. M
50 Lairgnen Celtic Of Connaught. M
51 Lais Indian Lion. M
52 Laish Biblical A lion. M
53 Laiurenty Latin Laurel. M
54 Laiurenty Polish Polish form of Lawrence 'laurel'. M
55 Laius Greek Father of Oedipus. M
56 Lajcsi Teutonic Famous holiness. M
57 Laji Teutonic Famous holiness. M
58 Lajos Teutonic Famous holiness. M
59 Lakeland Irish Home of the Norse. M
60 Lakshmana Indian Lucky omen. M
61 Lal Hindi Beloved. M
62 Lali Teutonic Famous holiness. M
63 Lalla Spanish Abbreviation of Eulalie 'well-spoken.'. M
64 Lalor Irish Leper. M
65 Lamar French Of the sea. M
66 Lamar German Famous land. M
67 Lamarr French Of the sea. M
68 Lamarr German Famous land. M
69 Lambart German Light of land. M
70 Lambert German Bright land. Can be used as both a surname and first name. Famous Bearer: Belgian-American actor Christopher Lambert. M
71 Lambert Teutonic Light of the land. M
72 Lambi Norse Son of Thorbjorn the Feeble. M
73 Lambrecht German Light of land. M
74 Lambret German Light of land. M
75 Lambrett German Light of land. M
76 Lamech Biblical Poor, made low. M
77 Lamherto Teutonic Light of the land. M
78 Lamond Norse Lawyer. M
79 Lamond Scottish Clan name. Surname. M
80 Lamont Gaelic Man of law. M
81 Lamont Norse Lawyer. M
82 Lamont Scandinavian Lawyer. M
83 Lamont Scottish Man of law. M
84 Lamonte Gaelic Man of law. M
85 Lamonte Scandinavian Man of law. M
86 Lamorak ArthurianLegend Brother of Percival. M
87 Lamorat ArthurianLegend Brother of Percival. M
88 Lancaster Shakespearean 'King Henry IV, Part 1 and 2' Prince John of Lancaster, son to the King. M
89 Lancdon English From the long hill slope. M
90 Lance English Diminutive of Lancelot: Servant. God-like. M
91 Lance French Land (from Old German) The short form of the name Lancelot (which incidentally was derived originally from the name Lance!) Therefore, this name is the short form of its own diminutive. M
92 Lancelin French Servant. M
93 Lancelot ArthurianLegend Knight of Arthur and lover of Guinevere. M
94 Lancelot English Servant. God-like. Also a diminutive of Lance. In Arthurian legend, Sir Lancelot was King Arthur's close friend and a Knight of the Round Table. A central theme in Arthurian legend is the adulterous love between Lancelot and Queen Guinevere. M
95 Lancelot French Servant. Also a diminutive of Lance: Land (from Old German) Lancelot was a knight of King Arthur's Round Table and adulterous lover to Queen Guinevere. M
96 Lander English From the grassy plain. M
97 Lander Greek Lion. M
98 Landers French From the grassy plain. M
99 Landis French From the grassy plain. M
100 Landmari German Famous land. M
101 Landon English From the long hill. M
102 Landry Anglo-Saxon Ruler. M
103 Lane English From the long meadow 'Path; roadway.'. M
104 Lang Anglo-Saxon Long. M
105 Lang Dutch Tall. M
106 Lang Norse Tall. M
107 Lang Swedish Tall. M
108 Langdon English From the long hill. M
109 Lange Anglo-Saxon Long. M
110 Lange Dutch Tall. M
111 Langford English Lives near the long ford. M
112 Langleah English From the long meadow. M
113 LAngley French Englishman. M
114 Langley English From the long meadow. M
115 Langley French Englishman. M
116 Langley Shakespearean 'King Henry IV, 1' Earl of March. 'King Henry VI, III' Edmund, Earl of Rutland and son to Richard Plantagenet. 'Tragedy of King Lear' Edmund, bastard son to Gloucester. 'King Richard The Second' Edmund Langley, Duke of York and uncle to the King. M
117 Langston English From the long enclosure 'long stone.'. M
118 Langundo NativeAmerican Peaceful. M
119 Lannie English Abbreviation of names like Roland. M
120 Lanny English Abbreviation of names like Roland. M
121 Lansa NativeAmerican Lance (Hopi). M
122 Lanston English From the long estate. M
123 Lantz Yiddish Lancer. M
124 Lany Irish Servant. M
125 Lanzo Italian Form of Lance. M
126 Laochailan Scottish Waning. M
127 Laocoon Greek Son of Priam. M
128 Laocoon Latin Son of Priam. M
129 Laodicea Biblical Just people. M
130 Laoghaire Irish Shepherd. M
131 Laoidhigh Irish Poetic. M
132 Laomedon Greek Father of Priam. M
133 Laomedon Latin Father of Priam. M
134 Lapidos Hebrew Torch. M
135 Lapidoth Biblical Enlightened, lamps. M
136 Lapidoth Hebrew Torch. M
137 Lapu NativeAmerican Cedar bark (Hopi). M
138 Lar Anglo-Saxon Teaches. M
139 Laramae Latin Protection. Derived from 'lares' - individual Roman household gods who were protectors of home and fields. M
140 Laramie French Surname with American connotations due to Laramie; a town in Wyoming USA on the Overland Trail of the Pony Express. M
141 Larcwide Anglo-Saxon Counsel. M
142 Laren Latin Variant of Lawrence: Of Laurentum. From the place of the laurel leaves. Can also be interpreted as the English version of the Irish name Lorcan: Fierce. M
143 Laren Scottish Serves Lawrence. M
144 Larenzo German Form of Lawrence. M
145 Larenzo Latin Variant of Lawrence: Of Laurentum. From the place of the laurel leaves. Can also be interpreted as the English version of the Irish name Lorcan: Fierce. M
146 Lares Latin God of the household. M
147 Larin Latin Variant of Lawrence: Of Laurentum. From the place of the laurel leaves. Can also be interpreted as the English version of the Irish name Lorcan: Fierce. M
148 Larnell English Modern blend of the English names Larry and Darnell. M
149 Larry Dutch Laurel. M
150 Larry English Abbreviation of Lawrence or Laurence often used as an independent name. M
151 Larry Latin Diminutive of Lawrence: Of Laurentum. From the place of the laurel leaves. Can also be interpreted as the English version of the Irish name Lorcan: Fierce. M
152 Larry Swedish Laurel. M
153 Lars Danish Laurel. M
154 Lars Dutch Laurel. M
155 Lars Latin Variant of Lawrence: Of Laurentum. From the place of the laurel leaves. Can also be interpreted as the English version of the Irish name Lorcan: Fierce. A Roman hero. M
156 Lars Scandinavian Victorious. M
157 Lars Swedish Laurel. M
158 Larsen Scandinavian Form of Lawrence. M
159 Larson Scandinavian Son of Lars Form of Lawrence. M
160 Lartius Latin A hero who saved Rome. M
161 Lartius Shakespearean 'The Tragedy of Coriolanus.' Titus Lartius, a general against the Volscians. M
162 Larue French The red-haired one. M
163 Larz Dutch Laurel. M
164 Larz Swedish Laurel. M
165 Lasalle French The hall. M
166 Lasea Biblical Thick, wise. M
167 Lashah Biblical To call, to anoint. M
168 Lasse Greek People's victory. M
169 Laszlo Hungarian Famous ruler. M
170 Laszlo Slavic Famous ruler. M
171 Lateef Egyptian Gentle. M
172 Latham Scandinavian From the hams. M
173 Latham Teutonic Dwells by the barn. M
174 Lathan English Rhyming form of the Hebrew Nathan. M
175 Lathrop English From the farmstead with the barn. M
176 Latimer English Interprets Latin. M
177 Latimer French Interprets Latin. M
178 Latinus Latin King of Latium. M
179 Laudalino Latin Praise. M
180 Laudegrance ArthurianLegend Father of Guinevere. M
181 Laughlin Irish Servant. M
182 Launce English Diminutive of Lancelot: Servant. God-like. M
183 Launce French Variant of Lance: Land (from Old German) The short form of the name Lancelot (which incidentally was derived originally from the name Lance!) Therefore, this name is the short form of its own diminutive. M
184 Launce Shakespearean 'Two Gentlemen of Verona' The like to Proteus. M
185 Launcelot ArthurianLegend Knight of Arthur and lover of Guinevere. M
186 Launcelot English Variant of Lancelot: Servant. God-like. M
187 Launcelot French Servant. Also a diminutive of Lance: Land (from Old German) Lancelot was a knight of King Arthur's Round Table and adulterous lover to Queen Guinevere. M
188 Launder English From the grassy plain. M
189 Launfal ArthurianLegend A knight. M
190 Lauraine English The laurel tree or sweet bay tree symbolic of honor and victory. Old name with many variants. M
191 Lauralyn Latin The laurel tree or sweet bay tree symbolic of honor and victory. Old name with many variants. M
192 Lauran Latin Laurel. M
193 Laurean English Form of Lauren. From the place of laurel trees. M
194 Laureano English From the place of laurel trees. M
195 Laureano Latin From the place of laurel trees. M
196 Laurel Latin Laurel. M
197 Lauren Latin Variant of Lawrence: Of Laurentum. From the place of the laurel leaves. Can also be interpreted as the English version of the Irish name Lorcan: Fierce. M
198 Laurence English From the place of laurel trees. M
199 Laurence Latin Variant of Lawrence: Of Laurentum. From the place of the laurel leaves. Can also be interpreted as the English version of the Irish name Lorcan: Fierce. M
200 Laurence Shakespearean 'The Tragedy of Romeo And Juliet' Friar Laurence, Franciscan. M