Baby Names starting with L for boys



Baby Names from A to Z

La-, var. Laron, Laval, Lavar, Lavon, Laray, Laroy, Lamar, Lajon, Lasean, Lamont, .. 13 more. The variations Latrell and Lamont are commonly used as forms of the name.

Laban, var. Lavan, means "white". A name for boys that is little-used, Laban is used more commonly as a surname. See also Lavon.

Lachlan, means "from the land of lakes". Significantly used as a name for newborns. See also Lachman.

Lachman, var. Lachmann, means "man from the lake". A name for babies that is only scarcely used. See also Lakshman.

Lacrosse, means "the cross". Not frequently used as a given name for boys, occurring more conventionally as a last name.

Lacy, var. Lacie, Lacey. Both a masculine and a feminine name. Lacy is familiar (Top 87%) as a masculine name, and it appears frequently (Top 1%) as a last name according to the US Census.

Ladd, var. Lad, Laddy, Laddey, Laddie, means "manservant; young man". Not regularly used as a boys' name, Ladd exists more often as a last name. The variation Laddie is commonplace as a form of Ladd.

Ladislas, var. Lazlo, Lacko, Laslo, Laszlo, Ladislaus, means "glorious rule". A given name for boys that is rarely used.

Ladell, var. Ladle, means "ladle maker or seller". A birth name that is not commonly used, Ladell is found more frequently as a surname. See also Lavell.

Ladon. A boys' name that is only scarcely used. See also Layton.

Lafayette. Fairly unusual as a given name for baby boys, Lafayette is found more frequently as a surname.

Laird, means "lord". Not widely used as a baby name, existing more commonly as a last name. See also Kaird.

Lake, var. Laike, Lakon, Laken, Laikin, Laiken. Also used as a girls' name. Lake is an unusual men's name, and it occurs often (Top 1%) as a surname according to the US Census.

Lakshman, means "auspicious, good fortune". Only rarely used as a name for kids. See also Lachman.

Lalo, var. Lale, Lallo, means "to sing a lullaby". Not frequently used as a given name for baby boys. See also Lyall.

Lamar, var. Lemar, Lamarr, Lemarr, Lamarre, means "the water; land famous". Popular birth name for males (#847 last year), and also existing often as a surname. See also Lavar.

Lambert, var. Lambirt, Lambart, Landbert, Lamberto, means "land brilliant". Lambert and Bert have fallen off in popularity as names for newborns over time since 1880. The form Bert is widely used as a variation of the name.

Lamont, var. Lemond, Lamond, Lammond, Lamonte, means "law man". Lamont is a prevalent (Top 42%) masculine name, and it appears often (Top 6%) as a surname in the US Census. See also Damont.

Lance, var. Lantz, Lanzo, Launce. Prominent birth name for boys (#541 the previous year), and also occurring often as a surname. See also Vance.

Lancaster, var. Lankester, Lancester, Lancashire, Lanchester, means "fort on the Lune river". Lancaster is an uncommon first name, occurring commonly (Top 1%) as a last name according to the US Census.

Lancelot, var. Launcelot, means "servant". A given name for baby boys which is not predominantly used.

Lander, var. Land, Landry, Landor, Landis, Landers, Landiss. Lander is unusual as a male name, and it occurs commonly (Top 7%) as a last name in the US Census. The form Landry is commonly used as a version of Lander.

Landon, var. Lando, Landyn, Landin, Landen, Landan, means "long hill". The variant forms Landon, Landyn and Landen have gained increasing favor with parents. The variations Landyn and Landan are familiar as variant forms of Landon.

Lane, var. Layne, Laine, means "path, roadway". A name applicable for both boys and girls. Lane is common (Top 60%) as a male name, and it appears frequently (Top 1%) as a last name in the US Census. The variation Layne is generally used as a variant form of Lane.

Lang, var. Lange, means "tall one". A birth name that is only scarcely used and is found more often as a surname. See also Linc.

Langdon, var. Landon, Langden, means "long hill slope". Langdon is an atypical masculine name, and it occurs frequently (Top 4%) as a last name according to the US Census. The form Landon is popular as a version of this name.

Langford, means "long ford". Not generally used as a birth name, Langford is found more frequently as a last name.

Langhorne, var. Langhorn, means "long horn". Not generally used as a boys' name, Langhorne is found more often as a last name.

Langley, var. Langly, Langlee, Langlea, Langleigh, means "long meadow". Not often used as a birth name for boys, occurring more frequently as a last name. A name suited for both sexes.

Langston, var. Langton, Langsdon, Langsden, means "long stone". Langston is atypical as a men's name, occurring often (Top 2%) as a surname according to the US Census. See also Langdon.

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