Anglo Saxon baby Boy names, including some unique, traditional, and most popular names.
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  • Aeldra

    Lives at the Elder Tree; means Noble

  • Aelfric

    Elf Ruler; King of Elves

  • Aelle

    Name of Several Kings; one of many names after Elf

  • Aescwine

    Spear Friend

  • Aethelbald

    Noble and Bold; A King of Mercia

  • Aethelbert

    Bright Nobility

  • Aethelfrith

    Noble Peace

  • Aethelhard

    Noble Strength

  • Aethelhere

    Name of a King

  • Aethelstan

    Noble Stone

  • Aethelwulf

    Noble Wolf

  • Agilberht

    Name of a Bishop

  • Aiekin

    Oaken

  • Aldfrith

    Name of a King

  • Aldhelm

    Name of a Bishop

  • Alfric

    Elf King; A Variant of name Aelfric

  • Almund

    Noble Protection; Defender of the Temple

  • Ann

    A merciful, gracious King who is also a fierce warrior

  • Atol

    Someone who is hateful

  • Attwell

    Lives by the Spring; Someone who lived by the stream

  • Atwater

    From the Water Edge; Someone who lived by the River or Lake

  • Atwell

    Lives by the Spring; Someone who lived by the stream

  • Averel

    Old English - Boar like in Battle; A variant of Averill

  • Averell

    Old English - Boar like in Battle; A variant of Averill

  • Averil

    Old English - Boar like in Battle; A variant of Averill



  • Averill

    Old English - Boar like in Battle; Derived from the elements 'eofor' meaning boar

  • Aylett

    One who has noble and great personality

  • Baldwinn

    A bold and beautiful person

  • Beorma

    A name of a man who inhabited Bermingham. A name probably means fermented or frothy in Old English

  • Bordan

    One who comes from the valley of bears

  • Borden

    He lives in the valley of bears

  • Bradwin

    A bearded friend

  • Bron

    A dark or brown man

  • Bryce

    A nobleman's male child

  • Cadman

    One who is a soldier, a warrior

  • Cafnoth

    An Anglo-Saxon male name

  • Ceatta

    A name of the obscure Anglo-Saxon saint

  • Ceawlin

    A name of the King

  • Cenhelm

    A brave man who protects

  • Cenwalh

    The name of a King

  • Ceolmund

    The one who protects and pampers

  • Ceolweard

    Name of a King; they are beloved

  • Ceolwulf

    A beloved King

  • Cerdic

    Name of King; the beloved one

  • Chadwik

    They are warrior

  • Chadwyck

    The dairy farm of Ceadda

  • Coelfrid

    One who comes from the coal fields

  • Coenbehrt

    A brave and bold advisor

  • Coenberg

    A bold and brave one

  • Coenburg

    He is bold like a fortress



  • Covington

    Habitational name from 'Covinton' in Lanarkshire and Old English form 'Cofington'.

  • Crompton

    Originated from the word 'Crumpton' which implies bowed or malformed; Could be used to refer to a person from the winding farm

  • Croston

    A farm or a settlement

  • Croydon

    A Valley

  • Cuddie

    The bright one

  • Cuin

    A reasonable free man

  • Cusick

    A harsh term

  • Cuthred

    A counsel

  • Cuthwulf

    Wolf; one filled with power

  • Cyneagils

    The Royal Ruler

  • Cynefrid

    The one who is kinglike and a noble being

  • Cynegils

    Name of a born King

  • Cyneric

    The one who has power

  • Cynerik

    A royal and powerful person

  • Cynesige

    The one who always wins

  • Cynewulf

    An elegant royal King

  • Daegal

    Night dweller

  • Dalston

    the one from Dougal's place

  • Dodson

    A determined and pratical person by nature

  • Dunton

    A settlement name; hill

  • Durwin

    A good and dear friend

  • Durwyn

    One who is the friend of a Deer

  • Eadbehrt

    Ead means 'Blessed' and behrt means 'Bright'

  • Eadbert

    Name of a King

  • Eadhelm

    A friendly and social person.

  • Eadmaer

    The one who comes from riches and greatness

  • Eadred

    A rich, happy and eager person

  • Eadwacer

    Heaven-watcher; A person who is of expressive nature.

  • Eadwig

    It means a rich or prosperous person.

  • Ealdgyth

    An old battle maid; the noble one

  • Ealhred

    A hall or a big place

  • Ealhstan

    They are stone hard and temple pure

  • Earconbert

    One who has many qualities and personal insight

  • Earle

    It means chief or nobleman.

  • Ecgbert

    A sharp edge of a sword

  • Ecgfrith

    A born leader; name of a king

  • Edburga

    The great, guardian protector

  • Eddison

    A succesor of wealth; Ed's son

  • Edgard

    A brave and strong spearman

  • Edgert

    Who has sharpness of a blade; border

  • Edit

    Joyous; wealthy gift from a ruler

  • Edlin

    A rich friend; popular and friendly

  • Edmundus

    Fortune loving person; one who has a heart of gold

  • Edouard

    A happy rich protector

  • Edris

    Wealthy ruler; full of energy

  • Edson

    Son of a fortuante warrior

  • Eduin

    Rich friend

  • Eduuin

    Blessed friend; a prosperous person

  • Eduuine

    Fortunate friend; they are a guardian

  • Edwen

    Rich in friendship; a blessed friend



  • Edwin

    Rich friend; one who is blessed with richness and is wine

  • Edwy

    Name of a king; one who is brave hearted

  • Edwyn

    Valued friend; one who is happy and wealthy

  • Egberk

    Bright sword

  • Egbert

    Sharp edge of sword

  • Egfrid

    Happy and mature individual

  • Egric

    One who is eternal and self loving

  • Ekbert

    One who has a bright edge

  • Eldred

    They are very wise advisors

  • Eldrida

    A brilliant wise advisor

  • Eldwin

    One who is a wise ruler and advisor

  • Eldwyn

    One who is a born wise advisor

  • Eoforheard

    a firm wild boar.

  • Eoforich

    during the Norman conquests a battle concerning boars.

  • Eoforweald

    a brave leader.

  • Eohhere

    an ancient name meaning someone from the ancient lake country.

  • Eohric

    a very powerful ruler.

  • Eomer

    famous war horse.

  • Eoppa

    a royal prince.

  • Eorconweald

    an Anglo-Saxon word for a mounted stallion.

  • Eormengild

    it means public pledge.

  • Eorpwald

    a king of East Anglia.

  • Eosterwine

    an ancient Christianity father in Anglo-Saxon culture.

  • Eral

    somebody of nobility.

  • Esne

    in Anglo-Saxon culture a labourer or a small class person.

  • Ethelbert

    name of a king meaning noble and bright.

  • Ethelind

    an Anglo-Saxon name meaning noble snake.

  • Ethelmar

    noble greatness.

  • Eylmer

    A noble person

  • Fecca

    An Anglo-Saxon male name for the low-born child

  • Fitch

    Its an old English word for an ermine or polecat

  • Forthhere

    Historically, the name of the Bishop of Shermorne

  • Freeland

    Derived from the name 'freoland' it means a person residing on a free land

  • Fremund

    Possibly named after St. Fremund, hermit and martyr of Anglo-Saxon England

  • Freomund

    Named after the miraculous hermit and martyr St. Fremund; loves to travel

  • Fridolph

    A peaceful wolf

  • Frithugis

    A name given to son of Hugh

  • Fugol

    Resembling a fowl or birdie.

  • Garren

    It means similar to Garry

  • Gent

    Gentleman

  • Graeham

    A Boy from the gray house. Gray is the sign of intelligence.

  • Grafton

    The name is the composition of two words Graf means grove and ton means enclosure.

  • Graham

    A Boy from the gray house. Gray is the sign of intelligence.

  • Grahame

    A Boy from the gray house. Gray is the sign of intelligence.

  • Grimbald

    Grim means fierce and bold means a person who is wiling to take risks. So as a whole a person who loves to take risks and be fierce in all situation.

  • Grimbaldus

    Grim means fierce and bold means a person who is wiling to take risks. So as a whole a person who loves to take risks and be fierce in all situation.

  • Grimbol

    Varient of Grimbold. Grim means fierce and bold means a person who is wiling to take risks. So as a whole a person who loves to take risks and be fierce in all situation.

  • Grimbold

    Grim means fierce and bold means a person who is wiling to take risks. So as a whole a person who loves to take risks and be fierce in all situation.

  • Grimm

    Grimm means a fierce person who has ability to do anything bravely.

  • Grimmwolf

    Grimm means fierce as a whole Grimm fierce means a person who is fierce and powerful like a wolf.



  • Guncar

    Fighter

  • Gurhaval

    The name Gurhaval means The Brave one in the Battle. It is used in English language, mostly in Ireland.

  • Gycsa

    A very old Anglo-Saxon male name

  • Gydel

    An old Anglo-Saxon male name nowdays mostly used in Sweden

  • Gymi

    A monothematic Anglo-Saxon name for those born with a low-status

  • Gymma

    A low-born ANglo-Saxon name

  • Gyppa

    An old Anglo-Saxon name for a low-born man

  • Gyric

    A name for those with a lower status

  • Hac

    An old, Anglo-Saxon nickname for Haca

  • Haca

    An old Anglo-Saxon byname that is not complementary

  • Hacca

    A non complementary Anglo-Saxon name

  • Hadd

    One who is guided

  • Halig

    Holy, Saintly

  • Halnath

    An Anglo-Saxon nickname

  • Hamgisl

    A low-borns nickname

  • Hathcyn

    A very rare Anlgo-Saxon name, given to Boys of higher status

  • Hathweald

    A name of the high-born

  • Hawkley

    hawk

  • Heabba

    An Anglo-Saxonian byname

  • Heard

    Brave, Hardy

  • Heddin

    A monothematic Anglo-Saxon name for those born with a low-status

  • Heferth

    One of the names given to high-born, noble Boys

  • Helm

    Courageous protection

  • Heorot

    hall of the hart (male deer)

  • Herebeorht

    Clever Army

  • Hicel

    A male Anglo-Saxon name for the low-borns

  • Hidda

    A name given to Anglo-Saxon low-borns

  • Hiddi

    A name for the non noble born man

  • Hiddila

    A name of common men

  • Higbald

    A courageous man in the battle

  • Higueid

    One who is brave in the war

  • Hildeburg

    One from the battle fortress

  • Hiroc

    A very common noble name

  • Hlothere

    A name of the Anglo-Saxon ruler of the Kent region

  • Hnydda

    A man who owns a town

  • Hodard

    A man full of honor

  • Hondscio

    A man of low ranks

  • Horik

    A male Anglo-Saxon name

  • Horn

    One who blows the horn during the battle

  • Howpe

    To come from the brook village

  • Hraefn

    He who is like a dark raven

  • Hringheri

    A male Anglo-Saxon name

  • Hringwynn

    A low-born Anglo-Saxon name

  • Hrodwyn

    One who is a friend of the fame

  • Hrothgar

    Old English - Legend Name; A variant of Hrodgar

  • Hubbard

    Graceful; Bright or Shining Intellect

  • Jefferson

    Son of jeff

  • Jerold

    Meaning same to Gerald

  • Jessen

    Derived for the baptismal name for the son of judd

  • Manford

    Protected ford; A variant of name Mundford which is a place name from Norfolk



  • Millar

    Mill Worker; One who Grinds Grain; A variant form of Miller; An English and Scottish Surname

  • Millman

    Mill Worker; One who Grinds Grain; A variant form of Miller;

  • Milman

    Mill Worker; One who Grinds Grain; A variant form of Miller;

  • Oaks

    The charming Lord The god is fascinating

  • Ordgar

    Resembling the sharp point of the javelin.

  • Ordway

    The one who is having the spear on his hands as mighty arm.

  • Orvyn

    The very close friend who is bold and courageous.

  • Osbeorn

    The bear like person.

  • Oslac

    A determined and curious individual

  • Osment

    A famous and god-loving person

  • Osmer

    One who is as famous as the God himself

  • Osmonde

    One who is protected by God

  • Osmont

    One who remains under protection

  • Osmund

    A person under protection

  • Osmundue

    A great and divine protector

  • Osric

    God-protected; is rich and powerful

  • Osrik

    One who is rich and powerful

  • Osvald

    Rule of God; is very powerful and passionate

  • Oswald

    One who lives in God's rule

  • Oswall

    The one who is under God's rule

  • Osweald

    God's rule; has divine power

  • Oswiu

    Has willpower like that of a King

  • Oswold

    Name of a saint; God's rule

  • Otuel

    A person who is lucky in war

  • Page

    An attendant; a willful and wishful person

  • Pandragon

    As powerful as the dragon's head

  • Parle

    Determined like a little rock

  • Peada

    One who is like a Prince

  • Peirce

    Name given to the son of Peter

  • Penton

    A farm stead or settlement

  • Peterkin

    Form of Peter; a rock

  • Picford

    One who is from woodcutter's ford

  • Pickford

    Who is from woodcutter's ford

  • Pier

    Son of Pierce; a stone or a rock

  • Pileca

    A locational name; independent

  • Rawling

    An advice of the wolf. Mainly used as a surname

  • Rawlins

    One who is a son of the wise wolf-man

  • Rawls

    Mainly used as a surname which means The Famous Wolf

  • Rawly

    An Old English surname that meas A well-known wolf

  • Rawson

    An English surname, the son of the famous wolf

  • Rawsone

    A surname that means a male child of the famous wolf

  • Rayder

    One who gives great advice, someone who was a bor counselor

  • Raydon

    One who was born to coulnsel

  • Raylen

    He who was born to counsel people

  • Ricmaer

    A powerful ruler who reached fame

  • Ricman

    A man with great power and rule

  • Ricmann

    A person who has a power to rule

  • Sanders

    Son of Sander

  • Sheffield

    Crooked field

  • Sherlock

    Light haired



  • Sicga

    A name of the nobleman in Northumbria

  • Sigebehrt

    A bright and famous, renown victory

  • Sigebert

    A victory that is famous and bright

  • Sigebryht

    A victory achieved brightly

  • Sigeferth

    A victory that is peace-bringing

  • Sigegar

    One with a personality of a victor

  • Sigegeat

    A fortune and prosperity that the victory brings

  • Sigegifu

    One who wins, one who is a born voctor

  • Sigehaeth

    A high victory

  • Sigeheah

    He who is high on victory

  • Sigehelm

    A helmet of victory

  • Sigehere

    He who is victorious

  • Sigeric

    One who is a victorious ruler, one whose power is in his voctories

  • Sigeweard

    He who guards his victories

  • Sigewine

    He who is a friend of the victory

  • Sighere

    To be one who is a victor

  • Slean

    He who strikes

  • Spence

    A short form of spencer

  • Stowe

    Hidden, packed away

  • Strang

    A man of great strenght

  • Stu

    A short form of stewart, stuart

  • Swidhelm

    An Anglo-Saxon name meaning a sweet man

  • Taber

    Known as taborer, the player on the small drum

  • Taiten

    Plays a small drum

  • Tennyson

    A form of Dennison

  • Tod

    A form of todd


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