47 Britain names that mean britain for boys, listing Britain baby names 21-40. Chester, Frederick, Lawrence, Maurice, Norman, Philip and Reginald are popular names. Colbert, Cosmo, Cotton, Eustace, Grosvenor, Hadrian, Halden, Kwame, Langhorne, Leopold, London, Mohandas and Piers are uncommon names. View Britain baby names for name meanings, or search other baby names.
Chester ... Surname and place name from Roman Britain that became used as a given name ... 
Colbert ... Introduced to Britain by the Normans. 
Cosmo ... His friend the Duke of Gordon took the name to Britain in the 17th century ... 
Cotton ... was never a big source of industry in Britain ... 
Eustace ... Brought to Britain with the Norman conquest ... 
Frederick ... Brought by the Hunoverian kings to Britain ... 
Grosvenor ... Grosvenor is the surname of one of the richest families in Britain ... 
Hadrian ... he caused Hadrian's Wall to be built in Britain. 
Halden ... In ancient Britain ... 
Kwame ... led his people to independence from Great Britain in 1957 ... 
Langhorne ... the first woman to serve as a member of Britain's House of Commons. 
Lawrence ... and was brought to Britain with the Norman Conquest ... 
Leopold ... A royal or aristocratic name in Belgium, Austria, and Britain. 
London Place name: the capital of Great Britain originally known as Londinium ...
Maurice ... Roman name introduced to Britain by the Normans and commonly used into the 17th century ... 
Mohandas ... His use of passive resistance was key to gaining Indian independence from Britain.
Norman ... and may have referred to a person from Norway or some other region north of Britain ... before moving across the English Channel to attack Britain from the south ... 
Philip ... Britain's Prince Philip ... 
Piers ... Peter is the Latin form of the name that the Normans brought to Britain as Piers. 
Reginald ... Popular in Britain in the 19th century ... 
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