Old English baby Boy names, including some unique, traditional, and most popular names.
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  • Aballach

    Father of Modron

  • Accalon

    Lover of Morgan le Fay

  • Accerly

    A hopeful and truth loving person; Oak meadow

  • Aglaral

    Brother of Percival

  • Aglaval

    Brother of Percival

  • Ahlfrith

    Oswiu's son

  • Aiwyn

    Wise friend

  • Alner

    variants of the name 'Athelnoth', which is composed of the Old English elements 'athel', noble and 'noth'

  • Anguysh

    Father of Isolde

  • Antfortas

    Keeper of the grail

  • Arthgallo

    High honor

  • Asbury

    Fortress

  • Ashbey

    Ash tree farm

  • Ashe

    Ash tree

  • Auctor

    Foster father of Arthur

  • Awarnach

    A giant

  • Baldthryth

    It means to be gallant and valiant. It signifies a true warrior.

  • Baldulf

    A knight

  • Baley

    It means a bailiff or a law enforcer. It is a variation of bailey.

  • Beaumains

    One with white hands

  • Benoyce

    Name of a kingdom

  • Bernlak

    The Green Knight

  • Bersules

    A knight

  • Bicoir

    Father of Arthur

  • Bliant

    Healer



  • Boarte

    Name of Arthur's son.

  • Brammell

    A broomwell; a well in the middle of a broom

  • Bredbeddle

    The Green Knight

  • Breri

    A messenger

  • Cacamwri

    Servant

  • Cafall

    Name of Arthur's dog

  • Calibom

    Name of Arthur's sword

  • Calibumus

    Name of Arthur's sword

  • Catterick

    Name of a battle in Arthurian legend.

  • Chadd

    Name of a saint who protects others

  • Chaddie

    The one who is warlike; a warrior

  • Chadrick

    A dairy farm; they are born out of battle

  • Chadwick

    Chad's dairy farm; battle

  • Chesley

    Clearing Woodland

  • Chetwin

    A little house

  • Chetwyn

    A cottage on twisted path

  • Clamedeus

    Name of a king in Arthurian legend.

  • Clayborne

    A river flowing near a clay bed

  • Cola

    Charcoal, a black material which is a form of carbon, and is made when an organic substance is heated in the absence of air

  • Colden

    A town where coal is found and obtained

  • Corbenic

    Name of the place where the grail was kept.

  • Crosley

    Meadow across the cross

  • Darwyn

    A gifted compannion

  • Daton

    A dairy town

  • Daxter

    A person who dyes



  • Dene

    One who belongs in a valley

  • Deona

    A church leader of a valley

  • Eaduin

    An idealistic,prosperous and inspirational person.

  • Eadwine

    It means 'Happy Friend'.

  • Eadwold

    An independent and a very tolerant person.

  • Eadwulf

    A person who is idealistic and has inspirational qualities; Its derived meaning from Old English where ead mean 'Fortune'and wulf means'Wolf'

  • Eardwulf

    An idealistic and inspirational person .

  • Early

    It means 'Noble Leader'.

  • Edd

    A royal; prosperous; guardian of wealth

  • Eetu

    Finnish form of Edward; Guardian of riches

  • Egerton

    Prosperous warrior; name of a place

  • Eilmer

    Noble and faithful being who is very famous

  • Elson

    this means someone who is from old town or Elli's town or Elli's son.

  • Elvyn

    this name means magical being or elf friend.

  • Emmerich

    it means powerful and rich.

  • Eored

    cavalry or band or troop.

  • Eorkonweald

    a group of horse mounted riders of Rohirrim.

  • Eorl

    a nobleman or chief of a tribe.

  • Ethelred

    noble counsel.

  • Ethelrede

    an archaic English word meaning noble counsel.

  • Ethelric

    noble ruler.

  • Ethelsige

    an Anglo-Saxon king.

  • Ethelwin

    an Anglo-Saxon name meaning a noble friend.

  • Ethelwulf

    a noble wolf.

  • Ethelwyn

    a word which means a noble friend in Anglo-Saxon.

  • Ethelwynne

    a maculinized Old English word meaning a noble friend.

  • Euell

    spring or source of a river.

  • Evelake

    in Arthurian legend the name of a king.

  • Filmore

    A well reknowned person

  • Finch

    One who catches and breeds finches - a bird species

  • Fintan

    'white-fire' or 'white-bull'; deemed to be the only suvivor of Great Flood

  • Flinn

    'Son of a Flann', i.e. male child of a red-haired man

  • Floella

    A combination of 'Flo' and 'Ella', it is a feminine word for flower

  • Floramaria

    Literally means flower of Mary, the mother of Jesus

  • Ford

    A causeway along a river or stream

  • Forde

    A river or stream crossing; variation of the name 'Ford'

  • Forden

    An alternant of the word 'Ford', it represents a shallow place across a river or stream

  • Fordon

    A variated version of the name 'Ford', it represents a shallow passage across a river

  • Fordwin

    A rare name which refers to a river or stream crossing

  • Foxworth

    Variant of the word 'Foxworthy', it refers to an enclosure

  • Frealaf

    Split into 'Frea'+'Laf' meaning the 'Surviving Master'

  • Freelove

    Derived from the Old English name 'Friðulaf', it translates to 'peace-survivor'

  • Hadwinn

    Friend in war, an alternative to the spelling of Hadwin

  • Haglea

    Enclosed field, Enclosed meadow

  • Hallewell

    Holly Well

  • Hammond

    high protection, Home protection

  • Hanleigh

    an alternate spelling of high meadow

  • Hanley

    Place name From the high meadow

  • Hargreaves

    Grove of the hares

  • Harlan

    hare land



  • Harlea

    related to hare clearing

  • Harlynn

    grey land

  • Harman

    Grey man

  • Hawleigh

    enclosed meadow

  • Hawley

    hedged meadow

  • Headly

    Clearing of heather

  • Heahstan

    Quiet, systematic, inventive mind

  • Heall

    Nook retreat

  • Heaton

    enclosure, settlement

  • Hebreward

    Army Protector

  • Hedley

    heather clearance

  • Hendrie

    A surname of the Scottish Clan Henderson, Son of Henry

  • Hendron

    Son of the HENRY

  • Henlea

    From the wood filled with wild birds

  • Henryson

    son of Henry

  • Herould

    Derived from the name Hebreweald, army,power, leader, ruler

  • Herward

    Army Guard

  • Leland

    The one who lives near a fallow land or a meadow

  • Liulf

    A responsible and unique individual

  • Lleyton

    A settlemen in the meadow

  • Mander

    English Gypsy - From Me; A nickname of beggar

  • Ostrythe

    Name given to a divine Wolf; idealistic person

  • Oswyn

    A divine war; has lot of strength

  • Otess

    Another name for a settlement or a village; from Preston

  • Ozbej

    Slovene form of Ozwald, meaning 'power or ruler'.

  • Ožbalt

    Slovene form of Ozwald, meaning 'power or ruler'.

  • Scot

    A form of Scott

  • Sherm

    A shear man

  • Shith

    To smite or to hit; a name for a metal worker or blacksmith

  • Stoney

    A form or similar to a Star


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