Baby Names Beginning with L for Boys
Boy Names | Girl NamesLa- - Lance | Lancaster - Laramie | Larch - Laurean | Lauriston - Leighton | Leith - Levant | Levi - Lindford | Link - Loeb | Logan - Loukas | Louis - Lunn | Luther - Lytton
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Common one-syllable L- boy name: Lance▲.
Common two-syllable L- boy names: Lachlan, Lacy▼, Laddie, Lamar▼, Lambert▼, Lamont▼, Laron, Lashawn, Latrell▼.
Common three-syllable L- boy name: Lafayette▼.
All Names from La- - Lance
Laban, Lavan. "White." Lavan (upper 15%) and Laban (26%) appear commonly as last names.
Lachlan. "From the land of lakes." Ranked in Top 1000.
Lachman, Lachmann. "Man from the lake." Lachman and Lachmann were not among 2014's Top names.
Lacrosse. "The cross." Lacrosse is seldom used as a boys' name.
Lacy▼, Lacie, Lacey. Not Top 1000 names.
Ladd, Lad, Laddy, Laddey, Laddie. "Manservant; young man." Somewhat frequently used as baby names, Lad, Ladd, etc. are similar to the conventional Tad.
Ladislas, Lazlo, Lacko, Laslo, Laszlo, Ladislaus. "Glorious rule." Landislas, Lardislas and Lidislas are kreatif forms.
Ladell, Ladle. "Ladle maker or seller." Not in popularity charts.
Ladon. Not in popularity charts. See also Cadon.
Lafayette▼. Adoption of Lafayette expanded in the 1880s and has become less, with Lafayette becoming less trendy.
Laird. "Lord." Laird is not a Top 1000 name. See also Caird.
Lake, Laike, Lakon, Laken, Laikin, Laiken. Outside Top 1000.
Lakshman. "Auspicious, good fortune." Rare, with the androgynous -man suffix, like Loman.
Lalo, Lale, Lallo. "To sing a lullaby." Lalo, Lale and Lallo are hardly found as first names.
Lamar▼, Lemar, Lamarr, Lemarr, Lamarre. "The water; land famous." Conventional, with usage of 0.0306% for Lamar and variants as boys' names in 2014, though lower than 0.0564% in 2013.
Lambert▼, Lambirt, Lambart, Landbert, Lamberto. "Land brilliant." Lambert is widely used as a variation.
Lamont▼, Lemond, Lamond, Lammond, Lamonte. "Law man." Less widespread today. Lamont was the form last listed (2008) in the Top 1000.
Lance▲, Lantz, Lanzo, Launce. "Land." Lance is prevalent as a variation.