Baby Names starting with L for boys



Baby Names from A to Z

Laban, var. Lavan, means "white". Laban is a scarcely used first name, appearing commonly (Top 53%) as a last name in the US Census.

Lachlan, means "from the land of lakes". Common given name for baby boys. See also Lachman.

Lachman, var. Lachmann, means "man from the lake". Lachman is a scarcely used first name. See also Lachlan.

Lacrosse, means "the cross". Not generally used as a name for babies, Lacrosse occurs more frequently as a last name.

Lacy, var. Lacie, Lacey. Usage of Lacy for boys has trended downward over time. Also used as a girls' name.

Ladd, var. Lad, Laddy, Laddey, Laddie, means "manservant; young man". Not generally used as a name for babies, Ladd occurs more frequently as a last name. See also Laud.

Ladell, var. Ladle, means "ladle maker or seller". Not generally used as a baby name, Ladell occurs more frequently as a last name. See also Lavell.

Ladon. A name for boys which is not usually used. See also Lawton.

Lafayette. Fairly unconventional as a given name, Lafayette is found more conventionally as a surname.

Laird, means "lord". A name for babies which is not predominantly used, Laird is used more conventionally as a surname. See also Lord.

Lake, var. Laike, Lakon, Laken, Laikin, Laiken. Both a masculine and a feminine name. Lake is unique as a masculine name, occurring often (Top 1%) as a surname according to the US Census.

Lakshman, means "auspicious, good fortune". Not often used as a boys' name.

Lalo, var. Lale, Lallo, means "to sing a lullaby". Not generally used as a name for babies. See also Lyall.

Lamar, var. Lemar, Lamarr, Lemarr, Lamarre, means "the water; land famous". Lamar is a frequently occurring (Top 38%) first name, appearing commonly (Top 3%) as a last name in the US Census. See also Lamario.

Lamont, var. Lemond, Lamond, Lammond, Lamonte, means "law man". Lamont is a frequently occurring (Top 42%) masculine name, and it appears often (Top 6%) as a surname according to the US Census.

Lance, var. Lantz, Lanzo, Launce. Lance is conventional (Top 20%) as a first name, and it occurs commonly (Top 3%) as a last name in the US Census. See also Lane.

Landon, var. Lando, Landyn, Landin, Landen, Landan, means "long hill". The name Landon has surged in popularity over time. The form Landin is common as a variation of Landon.

Lane, var. Layne, Laine, means "path, roadway". Also used as a girls' name. Lane is frequently occurring (Top 60%) as a masculine name, and it appears often (Top 1%) as a surname according to the US Census. The variation Layne is popular as a form of this name.

Lang, var. Lange, means "tall one". Not regularly used as a given name, Lang exists more frequently as a last name. See also Land.

Langdon, var. Landon, Langden, means "long hill slope". Langdon is a scarcely used first name, appearing commonly (Top 4%) as a last name in the US Census. See also Langsdon.

Langford, means "long ford". Not generally used as a name for babies, Langford occurs more frequently as a last name.

Langhorne, var. Langhorn, means "long horn". Langhorne is scarcely used as a first name, appearing commonly (Top 15%) as a last name in the US Census.

Langley, var. Langly, Langlee, Langlea, Langleigh, means "long meadow". A given name for baby boys which is rarely used and occurs more commonly as a surname. A name used for both men and women.

Langston, var. Langton, Langsdon, Langsden, means "long stone". Langston is a scarcely used masculine name, and it appears often (Top 2%) as a surname according to the US Census.

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