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Boy Names Starting with Lo-

Lo- baby names and what they mean, with 46 results. These boy names reached the height of their popularity a century ago (USAGE OF 1.2%) and are almost as common today (USAGE 0.9%, 19% LESS), but with names such as Louis going out of style. Lorenzo (#174) and Logan (#10) are two of the more contemporarily stylish baby names among these, while Loden (TOP 12%) and Lovan (13%) are popular Lo- surnames. Here is the list of Lo- names for girls.

Lo- names

Locke - Lonnie | Lonzo - Loukas | Loukas - Loyd

Locke - Lonnie

Locke and variants

Locke, var. Lockwood1, Lock
Derivative of Old English, Old German. "Woods; fortified place; pond." Locke (compare Vocke, Lyke) is a popular -ke suffix last name.

Stems fr. Old English word. Possibly "deer from the forest". Not in Top 2000.

Root fr. Old English element. "Forest near the fortified place." Outside Top 2000.

Origin fr. Middle English language. "Shelter." Not Top 2000 name. See also Dodge.

Based on Scandinavian language. Mythology .. Outside Top 2000.

Loeb, var. Loewy, Loewe, Loew, Loeber
Based on German element. "Lion." Loeb, Loeber, etc. were not Top birth names in 2018.

Logan and variants

Logan, var. Logen
Source fr. Gaelic language. "Hollow." Logan appears regularly (TOP 1%) as a surname.


Stems fr. Old Norse language. Mythology .. Rare, with usage of 0.007% for Loki as a boys' name in 2018, higher than 0.005% the year before. See also Louis.

Lollar, Loller
Forms of Lawler. Root fr. Irish, Gaelic language. "One who mutters." Lollar and Loller are unique as first names.

Root fr. Irish, Gaelic. "Small bare one." Loman is rare as a children's name. See also Lowman.

Top 2000 baby names ranking of Lo- names: Locke, Logan, Logen, Loki, Lon

Top 2000 baby names ranking of Lo- names: London, Long, Lonnell, Lonnie, Lonny

Top 2000 baby names ranking of Lo- names: Loren, Lorenz, Lorenzo, Lorin

Lombard, var. Lombardo, Lombardi
Derived fr. Latin. "Long-bearded." Lambard and Lombert are creative variations.

Alonzo and variants

Lonny1, Lonnie1, Lon1
Forms of Alonzo. Derived fr. Old German word. "Ready for battle." Lonny and variants peaked in popularity a century ago and are now less common, with Lon becoming somewhat dated.

Lunn and variants

Lonn1, Lon2
Var. of Lunn. Based on Irish, Gaelic. "Strong, warlike." Lon (UPPER 40%) and Lonn (49%) exist often as surnames.

Lawrence and variants

Lowrance, Lorry, Lorrenz, Lorrence, Lorin, Loritz, Lorenzo, Lorenzen, Lorenz, Lorens, Lorentz, Lorencz, Lorence, Lorenc, Lorant, Loren, Lorance, Lonny2, Lon3
Forms of Lawrence. From Latin language. "From Laurentum." Lorenzo has become increasingly popular as a children's name since 1910-1919.


.. the capital of Great Britain originally .. Adoption of London as a birth name in 2018 was 35.7% less than the previous decade. See also Linden.

Lionel and variants

Lonnell1, Lonell1
Var. of Lionel. Derived fr. Latin language. "Lion." Lonnell is common as a boys' name compared to Lonell.


From Old English word. "Tall." Adoption of Long was elevated in 2000. See also Lange.

Based on Old English language. "Tall one." Not in popularity charts.

Leonard and variants

Lonny3, Lonnard
Var. of Leonard. Derivative of Old German element. "Lion strength." Less common today. Lonny was the variation last found (1990) in the Top 2000.

Lonnie and variants

Lonnie2, var. Lonny4, Lonnell2, Lonne, Lonn2, Lon4, Lonell2
Derived fr. Old German element. "Ready for battle." Unconventional, with usage of 0.005% for Lonnie and variants as birth names in 2018, higher than 0.005% a year ago.

Quick Reference

Summary Index of names [and variants] for Lo- names for boys.

1. Locke - Lonnie
Locke [Lock, Lockwood], Lockhart, Lockwood, Lodge, Lodur, Loeb [Loew, Loewy, Loewe, Loeber], Logan [Logen], Loki, Lawler [Lollar, Loller], Loman, Lombard [Lombardo, Lombardi], Alonzo [Lon, Lonny, Lonnie], Lunn [Lon, Lonn], Lawrence [Lorry, Lorin, Loritz, Lorrenz, Lowrance, Lorrence, ..], London, Lionel [Lonell, Lonnell], Long, Longfellow, Leonard [Lonny, Lonnard], Lonnie [Lon, Lonn, Lonny, Lonne, Lonell, Lonnell]

Lonzo [Lonza, Lonzell], Lorcan, Lord, Loren [Loryn, Loron, Lorin, Loran, Lorrin, Lorren], Lorenzo [Lorenz, Lorent, Loreno, Lorentz, Lorento, Lorenzino], Lorimer [Lorymer, Lorrimer], Larrimore [Lorimer], Loring [Lorring], Lorne [Lorn, Lornell], Lot, Luther [Lothar, Louther, Lothair, Lotario, Lothario], Lothar [Lothur, Lother, Lothair, Lothario], Lewis [Lou, Louis], Lucan [Loucan, Louccan], Lucas [Loukas, Loucas], Laughlin [Loughlin], Lawton [Loughton], Aloysius [Louis], Louis [Lou, Louie, Lodovico, Lodewick], Loukas [Loukanos, Loukianos]

Luke [Loukas], Lowell [Lowe, Lowel, Lovel, Lovell, Louvel], Lowman, Eligius [Loy], Loyal [Loyall], Lloyd [Loyd]

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