|List A - Z | Top 1000 | Random | Origins|
Page 1/2. 33 Norman names of Norman origin for baby girls, listing 1-20. Here is the list of Norman names for boys.
Aileen .. Scottish variant of Eileen ..
Alison .. Norman French diminutive form of Alice ..
Arlette Ancient name of uncertain origin ..
Aubrey .. Originally a man's name, from Norman French, that arrived in England with the Norman Conquest ..
Aveline .. Latinate form of the name Evelyn ..
Avery .. Feminine of Alfred that originated as a Norman French pronunciation of Alfred.
Avis .. From a Norman French form of the Old German name Aveza, derived from a short form of names with "av" ..
Bertha .. The name probably existed in England before the Conquest, and was reinforced by Norman use, but fell out of use in the 15th century ..
Blanche .. It was introduced into England as a given name by the Normans ..
Cecilia .. The name became common among Christians during the Middle Ages when it was brought by the Normans to England, where it was commonly spelled Cecily ..
Claire .. Introduced to Britain by the Normans, but then abandoned ..
Constance .. This was a popular name among the Normans, and was borne by the formidable Constance of Sicily (12th century), wife of the Emperor Henry VI ..
Darcie .. Also a Norman place name, "from Arcy" ..
Debonnaire .. May possibly be a Norman family name, meaning "of good lineage".
Eibhlin .. Eibhlín is from the Norman French name Aveline, which possibly derives from Latin avis meaning "bird" ..
Eileen One of two anglicized forms of the Irish Gaelic name spelt Eibhlín (see Eibhlin), Eilín, or Aibhlín (see Aibhlin) ..
Ella .. The name was introduced to Britain by the Normans ..
Emeline .. Norman name revived in the 18th century.
Emma .. A royal name in medieval England, it was introduced by the Normans, and made popular because it was borne by the mother of Edward the Confessor, who was also known as Aelgifu ..
Evelina .. Latinate form of Evelyn, or blend of Eve with the suffix -lina ..
Aileen, Alison, Arlette, Aubrey, Avery, Avis, Bertha, Blanche, Cecilia, Claire, Constance, Darcie, Eileen, Ella, Emeline, Emma and Evelina are commonly used names, while Aveline, Debonnaire and Eibhlin are rare in comparison. (2000 U.S. Census)
1 page remaining with 13 names. Go to the next page >> for more baby names from Evelyn to Tracy.
© 2015 Think Baby Names
Home - About - Terms - Privacy - Contact