Old English Names from Kenelm - Lawson

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Kenelm 166 .. "Brave helmet." A scarce birth name for boys. From an Old English personal name derived from cÍne helm .. .. [Kenhelm, .. 1 more]

Kenley 167 .. "The king's meadow." Kenley is a unique male name, occurring commonly (Top 27%) as a last name according to the US Census. See also Denley. Place name. [Kenlea, Kenleigh, .. 3 more]

Kennard 168 .. "Brave guard." Kennard is a scantly used first name, and it appears frequently (Top 7%) as a last name according to the US Census. See also Rennard. [Kendon, .. 2 more]

Kent 169 .. "Edge." Kent is commonplace (Top 24%) as a male name, and it appears commonly (Top 1%) as a last name in the US Census. See also Kennet. Also a place name for a .. [Kennt, .. 2 more]

Kenton 170 .. "The royal settlement." Usage of Kenton as a name for babies has diminished over the years. See also Kenyon. Place name. [Kentan, .. 1 more]

Kenward 171 .. "Brave or royal guardian." Rarely used as a name for newborns. See also Kennard.

Kenway 172 .. "Brave or royal fighter." Seldom used as a given name. See also Kenney.

Kerwin 173 .. Also possibly (Old English) "swamp friend".. Somewhat uncommon as a boys' name, Kerwin is found more commonly as a last name. See also Merwin. [Kervin, Kerwyn, .. 4 more]

Keyes 174 .. Probably an occupational name to do .. Keyes is sparsely used as a men's name, and it appears regularly (Top 2%) as a surname in the US Census. See also Kees. [Key, .. 1 more]

Kimberly 175 .. "Cyneburg's meadow." Also used as a girls' name. The name Kimberly has decreased in popularity as a boys' name over time. Place name: Cyneburg was an Old English name meaning "royal forest" .. .. when English soldiers were fighting in the South African town of Kimberley. [Kim, Kimbo, .. 2 more]

King 176 .. "King." A very popular choice for a given name (#175 in 2014), King also occurs conventionally as a last name. See also Bing. One of several titles occasionally used ..

Kingman 177 .. "King's man." A scarce name for children that occurs more commonly as a surname. American Ambassador Kingman Brewster.

Kingsley 178 .. "King's meadow." The name Kingsley has increased in popularity as a given name over time. Novelist Kingsley Amis .. [Kingslea, Kinsey, Kinsley, .. 6 more]

Kingston 179 .. "King's settlement." The name Kingston has gained increasing favor as a given name. Place name.

Kingswell 180 .. "King's well." Unique as a birth name for males. Place name.

Kipp 181 .. "Pointed hill." Kipp is a sparsely used masculine name, occurring often (Top 6%) as a surname according to the US Census. Place name. [Kip, .. 1 more]

Kirkland 182 .. "Church land." Kirkland is an uncommon given name, occurring regularly (Top 1%) as a surname in the US Census. See also Kirklin. [Kirtland]

Kirkley 183 .. "Church meadow." Kirkley is an unconventional male name, and it appears frequently (Top 20%) as a last name according to the US Census. See also Birkley. Place name. [Kirklea, Kirklee, .. 2 more]

Kirkwell 184 .. "Church spring." Seldom used as a birth name. Place name.

Kirkwood 185 .. "Church forest." Seldom used as a name for boys, existing more often as a surname. Place name ..

Knightley 186 .. "Knight's meadow." Knightley is scarce as a men's name. Place name. [Knight, Knightlie, .. 4 more]

Knoll 187 .. "Little hill." Unique as a name for newborns, existing more frequently as a last name. Place name. [Knolles, .. 2 more]

Knox 188 .. "Round-top hill." Very popular as a baby name (#286 in 2014), and also existing commonly as a surname. See also Knoa. John Knox founded the Scottish Presbyterian ..

Kody 189 .. Usage of the name Kody as a boys' name has fallen off over time since 1993. Also suitable as a girls' name. Variant of Cody (Old English) "pillow".. [Kodey, .. 2 more]

Kynaston 190 .. "Royal peace settlement." Seldom used as a name for kids, occurring more often as a surname. See also Kingston. Place name.

Ladell 191 .. "Ladle maker or seller." Ladell is rarely used as a masculine name, occurring regularly (Top 70%) as a surname in the US Census. See also Larell. Occupational name .. [Ladle]

Lancaster 192 .. "Fort on the Lune river." Seldom used as a given name, occurring more conventionally as a last name. Place name .. [Lancashire, Lancester, .. 2 more]

Landon 193 .. "Long hill." The name Landon has gained increasing favor as a given name for baby boys. The variation Landin is prevalent as a variant form of Landon. Place name .. [Landan, Landin, .. 3 more]

Langdon 194 .. "Long hill slope." Rare as a name for baby boys, Langdon occurs more frequently as a last name. The form Landon is common as a variation of Langdon. Place name. [Landon, .. 1 more]

Langford 195 .. "Long ford." Unique as a birth name, Langford is found more frequently as a surname. Place name.

Langhorne 196 .. "Long horn." Unique as a baby name, Langhorne is found more frequently as a surname. An old Virginia name borne by the illustrious Nancy Langhorne Astor .. [Langhorn]

Langley 197 .. "Long meadow." A seldom-used name for kids, Langley exists more conventionally as a surname. A name suitable for both sexes. Place name .. [Langlea, Langlee, .. 2 more]

Langston 198 .. "Long stone." Popular choice for a birth name for males (#748 in 2014), Langston is also found commonly as a surname. See also Langdon. Also possibly long town or tall .. [Langsden, .. 2 more]

Langward 199 .. "Tall guardian." Seldom used as a name for boys. Occupational name.

Langworth 200 .. "Long paddock." Rarely used as a baby name. Place name.

Lanny 201 .. Short form and nickname of names like Roland (Old French) "famous land" and Lanzo (Old German) "land". A name suited for both genders. Usage of the name Lanny as a boys' name has been on a downward trend over the years. [Lannie]

Lathrop 202 .. "Farm with barns." Unique as a name for boys, existing more commonly as a last name. Place name.

Lauriston 203 .. "Lawrence's town." Seldom used as a name for boys. Place name.

Lawford 204 .. "Hill-ford." A scarce baby name, existing more conventionally as a surname. Place name ..

Lawson 205 .. "Son of Lawrence." A very popular choice for a birth name (#485 in 2014), Lawson is also used conventionally as a last name. See also Rawson. Commonly used as a first name ..

Top 1000 baby names ranking of Old English names: Kent, Kenton, Kerwin, Kimberly, King, Kingsley, Kingston, Knox, Kody, Landon

Top 1000 baby names ranking of Old English names: Langston, Lanny, Lawson

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