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Ancient Names

Page 1 of 5. 83 Ancient names that mean ancient for boys, listing Ancient baby names 1-20. Alan, Andreas and Carmelo are popular names. Aditya, Adnan, Aidan, Albion, Alun, Aquila, Aram, Arcadio, Archelaus, Bristol, Cairn, Caradoc, Cian, Cincinnatus, Clancy, Cobham and Coleridge are uncommon names. View Ancient baby names below for name meanings or search Ancient names for girls.

Aditya ... the ancient Hindu goddess of the sky and fertility.

Adnan ... He and his descendants "settled" in the northern region of the Arabian peninsula in ancient times ...

Aidan ... Anglicized form of the ancient Gaelic name Aedan ... [11]

Alan ... the name is linked to the ancient warrior tribe Alans that is the origin of the Ossetians ... [25]

Albion ... Albion is an ancient poetic name for Britain ...

Alun ... An ancient Welsh name ...

Andreas ... The manliness this name refers to is about the duties of a male in the patriarchal society of ancient Greece ...

Aquila ... used in the 19th century as a revival of an ancient Roman name ... [9]

Aram ... This was an ancient place name ... [1]

Arcadio ... Ancient place name ... [9]

Archelaus ... Not uncommon in the ancient world ... [3]

Bristol ... Place name: an ancient and important city in England ... [1]

Cairn ... and many of these ancient cairns can be seen in the British Isles. [5]

Caradoc ... an ancient Celtic name ... [1]

Carmelo ... which is referred to in ancient writings as a kind of paradise. [6]

Cian ... "Ancient." ... [4]

Cincinnatus Legendary consul of ancient (fifth century BC) Rome, a statesman, who ...

Clancy ... Surname. Flannchadh is an ancient Irish name meaning "red warrior". [2]

Cobham ... an ancient term for a male swan ... [1]

Coleridge ... English poet Samuel Taylor Coleridge was author of "The Ancient Mariner" ... [3]

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Popularity of Ancient names: Aditya, Aidan, Alan, Andreas, Arcadio, Carmelo, Cian