Baby Names, Baby Name Meanings

Old English Names

1221 Old English names for boys, listing Old English baby names 341-360. Dustin, Earl, Edgar and Edison are popular names. Durward, Durwin, Dyer, Dyson, Eamon, Earland, Earlham, Earlston, Early, Eastman, Easton, Eaton, Eberhard, Edbert, Eden and Edmar are uncommon names. View Old English baby names below for name meanings.


Durward (Old English) ... [1]

Durwin (Old English) ... [3]

Dustin (Old German, Old English) ... [5]

Dyer (Old English) ...

Dyson (Old English) ...

Eamon (Old English) ... [7]

Earl (Old English) ... Name based on the English title ... from Old English "eorl" ... [10]

Earland (Old English) ... Place name. The form Erland is from Old Norse and means "foreigner" ... [1]

Earlham (Old English) ...

Earlston (Old English) ... [1]

Early (Old English) ... or from the English word "early" ... [4]

Eastman (Old English) ...

Easton (Old English) ... Also possibly (Old English) "island of stones; magical power; noble power".

Eaton (Old English) ... [3]

Eberhard (Old German, Old English) ... [9]

Edbert (Old English) ...

Eden ... or as a transferred surname from Old English meaning "rich bear cub". Biblical ... English statesman Sir Anthony Eden. [5]

Edgar (Old English) ... Name of an English king and saint ... [11]

Edison (Old English) ... [3]

Edmar (Old English) ...

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Popularity of Old English names: Durward, Dustin, Eamon, Earl, Early, Easton, Eden, Edgar, EdisonComparison of popularity of Old English names on this page.

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