Anglo Norman Baby Names & Anglo Norman Names


Norman, sometimes designated as Norman-French, is a Romance language and is classified as one of the Oil languages, along with Picard and Walloon. Norman is spoken in mainland Normandy, a region in northern France, and has no official status but is still classified as a regional language. Norman is taught in a few colleges near Cherbourg in France. Today, the Norman language is strongest in the less accessible areas of the former Duchy of Normandy: the Channel Islands and Cotentin Peninsula. Norman baby names will resemble French baby names to a certain extent as French has influenced the language a great deal. Baby Name World is an exceptional resource for discovering Norman baby names and name meanings as well as French and Danish names.
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Ash-tree
Girl
Anglo-Saxon
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Anglo-Saxon Girl baby name meaning "Ash-tree"

From the Ash tree.
Boy
Old English
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Old English Boy baby name meaning "From the Ash tree."

A dweller by the Ash tree pool.
Boy
Old English
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Old English Boy baby name meaning "A dweller by the Ash tree pool."

One who lives at the Ash tree farm.
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  Both baby name meaning "One who lives at the Ash tree farm."

From the eastern place.
Boy
Old English
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Old English Boy baby name meaning "From the eastern place."

A spear comrade or protector.
Boy
Old English
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Old English Boy baby name meaning "A spear comrade or protector."

Noble.
Girl
Old English
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Old English Girl baby name meaning "Noble."

A dweller by the spring.
Boy
Old English
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Old English Boy baby name meaning "A dweller by the spring."

Forest Dweller
Boy
Old English
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Old English Boy baby name meaning "Forest Dweller"

From the farm.
Boy
Old English
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Old English Boy baby name meaning "From the farm."

Noble strength
Girl
Anglo-Saxon
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Anglo-Saxon Girl baby name meaning "Noble strength"

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