An old Cornish name derived from the Celtic word arto, which means bear.
Cornish form of the Welsh name Arthen. It means bear born.
The name of a Breton saint who came to Cornwall. It's also a Cornish place name.
Cornish form of Benedict, derived from Latin word benedictus, which means blessed.
Cornish name derived from Celtic word brano, which means raven, crow.
A famous and mighty prince
A shortened form of Briafael, meaning mighty prince.
A variant of Cadell and Kaden. It means battle or companion.
Warrior or soldier.
The name is derived from the Celtic word karant, which means friend.
From the slate earthworks.
A form of Cadok, meaning battle.
One who is powerful in battle.
An old Cornish name meaning battle hero.
The Cornish diminutive of Clement or Clemence. It means mild or merciful
An old Cornish name derived from the word clos, which means fame.
The Cornish form of the name Corentin, meaning hero.
The Cornish form of Constantin. It means constant or steady.
Legendary son of Daere.
A variant of Curnow meaning from Cornwall.
The name is derived from Latin name Annianus. It means belonging to the gens of Annius.
Gerren is the Cornish equivalent of Geraint. It means old.
The name derives from the Celtic word kawaro and means hero.
A Cornish form of the Welsh name Griffith. It means lord.
The name is derived from Welsh word gwaladr, which means leader.
The name is derived from the Celtic word hedr, which means bold.
Hebrew - Yahweh is gracious, Yahweh is merciful; A variant of name Jovan and John
The name is derived from the ancient British word Cunosaglas, which means generous chief.
The name is derived from ancient British name Cunosetros, which means bold chief.
Kensa means First
Kenver means A Great Leader
Cornish diminutive of Christopher, meaning bearer of Christ.
Cornish form of Locrinus. It's the name of a region in southeastern Britain.
Cornish vocabulary name meaning joyful.
One who is lucky and fortunate
Margh is Cornish form of Mark and means consecrated to the god Mars.
Cornish form of Maximus, meaning greatest.
Cornish form of Meriadoc. It means sea lord.
A fair skinned person. Name of a famous Cornish Saint
One who is like a God Almighty
Passover; one who is related to Easter
A variant of Pascal, meaning Easter.
Little dark one.
Name of a place in Sicily.
Literally, the name means farmstead or one dwelling in town and village.
One residing in the farm.
Belongs to the big farm or big estate