Names starting with Li- for boys

Li- names beginning or starting with Li- for men. Names that start with Li- are used more often as feminine names. Here is the list of Li- names for girls. These boy names were at the apex of their popularity during 1890-1899 and have remained as popular to this day, but with names such as Linwood, Lindsey, Lindsay and Lige becoming less in vogue. Lionel (#660), Lincoln (#87) and Liam (#2) are three of the more chic birth names in this list, with Lincoln and Lionel having a rebound in popularity.

Elijah - William

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[Lige, .. 14 more] Var. of Elijah 1 Origin fr. Hebrew word. "Jehovah is God." A somewhat scarce given name, occurring more commonly as a surname. See also Luigi. ..

[Lisha, .. 8 more] Var. of Elisha 2 Based on Hebrew element. "God is salvation." Name applicable for both genders. The form Lisha is unusual as a men's name. ..

[Lippo, .. 7 more] Var. of Felipe 3 Origin fr. Spanish, Greek words. "Lover of horses." The variation Lippo is atypical as a men's name. ..

[Liander, Liandro, .. 9 more] Var. of Leander 4 Source fr. Greek. "Lion man." The variant forms Liander and Liandro are scarcely used as first names.

[Liggett, .. 2 more] Var. of Leggett 5 From Old French element. "One who is sent, delegate." Seldom used as a name for baby boys, occurring more often as a last name.

[Lief] Var. of Leif 6 Based on Scandinavian element. "Heir; loved." A unique name for kids. See also Lev.

[Lion, .. 8 more] Var. of Leo 7 From Latin element. "Lion." The variant form Lion is a rarely used men's name, appearing regularly (Top 24%) as a surname in the US Census. See also Lionni.

[Lioni, Lionisio, Lionni, .. 2 more] Var. of Leon 8 Based on Greek element. Variant of Leo .. The forms Lioni, Lionisio and Lionni are uncommon as masculine names.

Liam 9 Origin fr. Old German word. "Determined protector." The form Liam is an intermittently used masculine name. See also Lion. ..

Liberio [Liberato, Liberatus, Liberto] 10 Source fr. Latin word. "Free." The variations Liberato, Liberatus, Liberio and Liberto are unusual as male names. Liberato (Top 42%) and Liberto (23%) occur frequently as last names in the US Census.

Lidio [Licio, .. 1 more] 11 From Portuguese language. "From Lydia." The forms Licio and Lidio are rarely used masculine names. ..

Lidon 12 Source fr. Hebrew word. "Judgment is mine." The variant form Lidon is unique as a masculine name. See also Liron.

Lincoln [Linc, Link] 13 From Old English element. "Lake colony." The variant form Lincoln is prevalent (Top 64%) as a masculine name, while Linc and Link are rarely occurring comparatively. Lincoln (Top 2%) and Link (2%) occur often as surnames according to the US Census.

Lindberg [Lindbergh, Lindburg, Lindy] 14 Based on Old German element. "Linden tree mountain." The forms Lindberg, Lindbergh, Lindburg and Lindy are unconventional given names. Lindberg (Top 4%), Lindburg (70%) and Lindy (32%) occur often as surnames according to the US Census. ..

Lindell [Lindal, Lindall, Lindel, Linwood, .. 4 more] 15 From Old English element. "Linden tree valley." Linwood has declined in popularity as a birth name for boys over time since 1930-1939.

Lindeman [Lindemann, Linder] 16 Based on German element. "Dweller near the lindens." The variant forms Lindeman, Lindemann and Linder are unusual male names. Lindeman (Top 7%), Lindemann (12%) and Linder (3%) occur frequently as last names according to the US Census.

Linden [Lindo, Lindon, .. 2 more] 17 Nature name .. The variant forms Linden, Lindo and Lindon are atypical masculine names. Linden (Top 7%), Lindo (11%) and Lindon (25%) appear frequently as last names according to the US Census.

Lindhurst [Lindenhurst, .. 2 more] 18 Source fr. Old English word. "Linden village." The variant forms Lindenhurst and Lindhurst are rarely occurring as masculine names.

Lindley [Lindlea, Lindlee, Lindleigh, Lindly] 19 From Old English language. "Linden tree meadow." The forms Lindlea, Lindlee, Lindleigh, Lindley and Lindly are scarcely used as first names, and Lindley appears frequently (Top 3%) as a last name in the US Census.

Lindsay [Lind, Lindesay, Lindsee, Lindsey, Lindsy, Lindy, Linsay, Linsey, Linzy, .. 3 more] 20 Source fr. Old English word. "Lincoln's marsh; island of linden trees." The names Lindsay and Lindsey have decreased in favor as names for newborns over time.

Lindford [Lindford, .. 1 more] 21 Origin fr. Old English word. "Flax ford; linden tree ford." Rarely used as a name for babies. See also Linnford.

Link 22 Based on English language. Short form of Lincoln. Link is an uncommon men's name, appearing often (Top 2%) as a surname according to the US Census. See also Long.

Linley [Linlea, Linlee, Linleigh, Linly] 23 Origin fr. Old English word. "Flax meadow." The variant forms Linlea, Linlee, Linleigh, Linley and Linly are unique male names, and Linley occurs commonly (Top 25%) as a last name according to the US Census.

Linn [Lin, Linnie, .. 2 more] 24 Based on Old English element. Possibly refers to flax .. The variations Lin, Linn and Linnie are scarcely used as male names. Lin (Top 2%) and Linn (3%) appear frequently as last names in the US Census.

Linton [Lintonn, .. 2 more] 25 Origin fr. Old English. "Flax settlement." The variant forms Linton and Lintonn are sparsely used as men's names, and Linton occurs often (Top 3%) as a surname according to the US Census.

Linus [Lino, Linos] 26 Source fr. Greek. "Flax." The variant form Lino is familiar (Top 91%) as a male name, while Linos and Linus are scarce comparatively, and Lino appears commonly (Top 19%) as a last name in the US Census. ..

Lionel [Lionell, Lionelo, Lionello, Lionnel, Lionnell, Lionnello, .. 10 more] 27 Origin fr. Latin word. "Lion." The variant form Lionel is frequently occurring (Top 34%) as a given name, while the other names are unconventional in comparison, and Lionello appears often (Top 57%) as a surname in the US Census.

Liron 28 Source fr. Hebrew word. "My song." A scarce given name for baby boys. See also Larin.

Lisle 29 From English element. Variant of Lyle .. Seldom used as a given name, Lisle is found more conventionally as a last name. See also Lesly.

Litton [Litten, Littonn, .. 2 more] 30 Based on Old English language. "Hill settlement." The versions Litten, Litton and Littonn are uncommon male names. Litten (Top 13%) and Litton (7%) occur commonly as last names according to the US Census. ..

Livingston [Livingsten, Livingstin, Livingstone] 31 Origin fr. Old English. "Leofwine's settlement." The forms Livingsten, Livingstin, Livingston and Livingstone are unusual as masculine names. Livingston (Top 1%) and Livingstone (16%) occur commonly as last names in the US Census. ..

[Lisle, .. 3 more] Var. of Lyle 32 Based on Old French language. "The island." The version Lisle is a rare masculine name, occurring often (Top 16%) as a surname in the US Census. See also Leslee. ..

[Lin, Linden, Lindon, Lindy, .. 5 more] Var. of Lyndon 33 Origin fr. Old English word. "Linden tree hill." The versions Lin, Linden, Lindon and Lindy are sparsely used as given names. Lin (Top 2%), Linden (7%), Lindon (25%) and Lindy (32%) appear regularly as surnames in the US Census.

[Linford, Linnford] Var. of Lynford 34 Source fr. Old English. "Linden tree ford." The variations Linford and Linnford are atypical as given names, and Linford appears often (Top 38%) as a surname in the US Census.

[Lisandro, Lizandro, .. 2 more] Var. of Lysander 35 Origin fr. Greek word. "Liberator." The versions Lisandro and Lizandro are unusual given names.

[Liam, .. 33 more] Var. of William 36 Source fr. Old German word. "Determined protector." The form Liam is intermittently used as a men's name. See also Lino. ..

Top 1000 baby names ranking of Li- names: Liam, Lige, Lincoln, Lindsay, Lindsey, Linton, Linus, Linwood, Lionel, Lisandro

Quick Index

Summary of all names (grouped by variations) for Li- names for boys.

[Elijah - William]
Elijah [Lige], Elisha [Lisha], Felipe [Lippo], Leander [Liander, Liandro], Leggett [Liggett], Leif [Lief], Leo [Lion], Leon [Lioni, Lionni, Lionisio], Liam, Liberio [Liberto, Liberato, Liberatus], Lidio [Licio], Lidon, Lincoln [Linc, Link], Lindberg [Lindy, Lindburg, Lindbergh], Lindell [Lindal, Lindel, Linwood, Lindall], Lindeman [Linder, Lindemann], Linden [Lindo, Lindon], Lindhurst [Lindenhurst], Lindley [Lindly, Lindlee, Lindlea, Lindleigh], Lindsay [Linzy, Lindy, Linsay, Lindsy, Linsey, Lindsee, Lindsey, Lindesay], Lindford [Lindford], Link, Linley [Linly, Linlee, Linlea, Linleigh], Linn [Lin, Linnie], Linton [Lintonn], Linus [Lino, Linos], Lionel [Lionell, Lionelo, Lionnel, Lionello, Lionnell, Lionnello], Liron, Lisle, Litton [Litten, Littonn], Livingston [Livingsten, Livingstin, Livingstone], Lyle [Lisle], Lyndon [Lin, Lindy, Lindon, Linden], Lynford [Linford, Linnford], Lysander [Lisandro, Lizandro], William [Liam]