Avenall - Reginald
Page 1/1 of 7 -nall grouped names.
Avenall 1 From Old French. "Oat pasture." Rare, but Avenall is comparable to popular -nall surnames Binnall (top 80%), Gornall (37%).
Conall 2 Root fr. Irish, Scottish, Gaelic, Celtic. "Strong wolf." Uncommon, but Conall is similar to common Con- surnames Cona (top 26%), Conely (23%). ..
[Cornall, .. 17 more] Var. of Cornelius 3 Derived fr. Latin. "Horn." Unique. Cornall (cf. Randall, Crandall) ends with the familiar masculine-sounding -all. See also Conall.
[Cornall, .. 2 more] Form of Cornell 4 From French. .. In modern use, it usually represents .. Uncommon. Cornall (cf. Jamall, Pall) ends with the familiar masculine-sounding -all. See also Carnell.
[Darnall, .. 2 more] Var. of Darnell 5 Derived fr. Old English element. "The hidden spot." Darnall (top 10%), like Hudnall (top 5%), Arnall (24%), is a popular -nall suffix last name. See also Farnall.
[Farnall, .. 2 more] Var. of Farnell 6 Source fr. Old English word. "The fern hill." Unusual, but Farnall is similar to common last names Farnell (top 16%), Farell (43%), which also start with Fa-. See also Farnly.
[Raghnall, .. 36 more] Var. of Reginald 7 Source fr. Latin language. "Ruler's advisor." Not Top 1000 name. ..
Summary of all names (grouped by variations) for -nall names for boys.
[Avenall - Reginald]
Avenall, Conall, Cornelius [Cornall], Cornell [Cornall], Darnell [Darnall], Farnell [Farnall], Reginald [Raghnall]