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Girl Names of Old English Origin

Old english baby names and what they mean, with 237 results. Adoption of these girl names was at its peak 9 decades ago (ADOPTION OF 11.75%) and is somewhat lower today (ADOPTION 6.89%, 41.4% LESS), with names such as Kelsey becoming less fashionable. The most fashionable names for newborns in this compilation are Blake (#279), Harley (#225), Harper (#9), Ivy (#86) and Parker (#162), while Blacke (TOP 71%) and Bleke (97%) are familiar last names.

Old English names

Addie - Ashton | Aston - Beverly | Billie - Chaney | Chappell - Dale | Dana - Edith | Edlyn - Fern | .. - .. | Walker - Yetta

Addie - Ashton


"Noble; son of Adam." Adlie is also a somewhat common kid's name. Short form of Adelaide, Adeline, or ..


"Son of Adam." Common as surnames, and Addison (TOP 1%), Adyson, etc. are similar to common last names Alson (TOP 49%), Arison (56%), which also end with -son. Surname used as a given name.


Place name .. Less common today. Afton was the version last appearing (2014) in the Top 2000.

"Seasoned warrior." Ailith, Aldith and Eilith are not often adopted as children's names.


Ainsley, var. Ansley1
"Only hermitage wood or clearing." Ainslee and variants are hardly found as feminine names. Originally a place name ..


"Noble, bright." Ali, Allie and Ally are in the Top 2000. Feminine of Albert ..

Aldis, var. Ailith2
"Battle-seasoned." Not much used as a girls' name, Aldis occurs more commonly as a last name.


"Elf or magical counsel." Somewhat popular as children's names, Allie, Alfreda, etc. sound like the conventional Alla. Feminine of Alfred ..


"Noble, exalted." Somewhat common as baby names, Alice, Alless, etc. sound like the familiar Aliza. Variant of the Old French name ..

"God-like adviser." Allura and variants are seldom used as girls' names. Also a Spanish name ..

Top 2000 baby names ranking of Old English names: Addie, Addison, Afton, Ainsley, Alberta

Top 2000 baby names ranking of Old English names: Alfreda, Alice, Alvina, Amber, Ansley

Top 2000 baby names ranking of Old English names: Ashley, Ashton

Alvar, var. Alvara1
"Elf or magical army, warrior." Alvar, like the similar-sounding Alvira, occurs more often as a surname. From Aelfhere.

"Elf warrior." Compare last names Alvare (UPPER 65%), Allara (88%). See also Alverta. From Aelfhere ..

"Elf or magical counsel." A peculiar birth name. See also Albertine. Rare feminine form of Alfred ..


"Elf or magical being, friend." Alvina, Alvie, Elvina and Vinnie are common as versions. Feminine of Alvin.


Derived via Old French and Latin .. Usage of Ambar and forms was more pronounced 38 years ago and has become less, with Amber becoming less fashionable.


"Hermitage field." Ansley and variants became less popular in 2018, dropping on average -4 positions as baby names with Ansley dropping the most. Place name ..

"Hare-meadow." Arleigh is a scarce women's name. Unisex name.

"Ash tree home." Ashbea, Ashbie and Ashby are barely found as feminine names, and Ashby appears frequently (TOP 1%) as a last name. Place name.


"Ash meadow." Lee (UPPER 8%), Ashleigh (24%), Ashly (41%) and Ashli (53%) are commonplace as female names. English surname and place name first ..


"Ash tree town." Ashton occurs often (TOP 2%) as a surname.

Quick Reference

Summary Index of names [and variants] for Old English names for girls.

1. Addie - Ashton
Addie, Addison, Afton, Ailith, Ainsley [Ansley], Alberta [Elberta, ..], Aldis [Ailith], Alfreda [Elfrida], Alice, Alura, Alvar [Alvara], Alvara, Alverdine, Alvina [Elvina], Amber, Ansley, Arleigh, Ashby, Ashley [Lee], Ashton

Aston, Astrid, Auberta, Audra, Audrey [Audra], Avery, Averil [Everil], Avril [Averil], Bailey, Bathilda, Becca, Beck, Beckett, Beda, Bentley, Berengaria, Berry, Bertha, Bertrade, Beverly [Lee]

Billie, Blake, Blessing, Bliss, Blossom, Blythe, Bobbie, Bradley, Brenda, Brinley, Bristol, Brooke, Camilla, Carol [Charmaine], Carrington, Cecilia [Cicely, ..], Cedrica, Celia, Chandler, Chaney

Chappell, Charmaine, Chelle, Chelsea [Chelle], Cherish, Cherry, Chesleigh, Chesney, Christina [Crystal], Christmas, Cicely, Clover, Collis, Corey, Corliss, Crescent, Crystal, Cydney, Daisy, Dale

Dana [Danna], Danna [Dana], Daralis, Darby, Darlene, Darnell, Dawn, Day, Deanna, Dena [Deanna], Devon, Dextra, Dillian, Dita, Dixie, Earla, Eartha [Hertha], Ebba, Edina, Edith [Dita]

Edlyn, Edmonda, Edris, Edwardine, Edwina [Edina], Egberta, Elberta, Elfrida [Elfrida, ..], Elleree, Elvina [Alvina], Elvira [Elvina], Erlinda, Erwina, Ethel, Ethelberta, Etheldreda, Evelyn, Everil, Felicity, Fern

Fernley, Flora, Geraldine, Gerardine, Gilda, Glade, Godiva, Gytha, Hadley, Haley [Hayley], Harleen, Harley [Harleen, ..], Harper, Hayley [Haley], Hazel, Heaven, Hertha [Eartha], Hollis, Holly, Honey

Hope, Hunter, Ida, Idina, Irvette, Ivy, Kelby, Kelsey, Kendall, Kendra, Kim, Kimberly [Kim], Kinsey, Kourtney, Lady, Langley, Lee, Leland, Lindsay, Love

Luella, Lynn, Mab [Mavis], Madison, Magda, Maggie, Maida [Magda], Margaret [Maggie], Maryweld, Mason, Mavis, Maxwelle, Mead, Mercia, Merry, Mildred, Misty, Morgan, Neda, Nedra

Odele [Udele], Ouida, Parker, Paxton, Piper, Quenby, Raleigh, Ralphina, Ramsay, Raoule, Reed, Ripley, Roberta [Robin, ..], Robin, Ronni, Royce, Selby, Shadow, Shelby, Shelley

Sherry, Sheryl, Shirley [Sheryl], Sidney, Somers, Spring, Stetson, Stockard, Stormy, Summer, Sydney [Sidney, ..], Tandy, Tarleton, Tate, Tatum, Tawny, Taylor, Tuesday, Tyra, Udele

Walker, Wallis, Wanetta, Waverly, Weslee, Whitley, Whitney, Wilda, Wilfreda, Wilmot, Wilona, Winifred, Winsome, Winter, Wren, Wyetta, Yetta

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