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.