The term Anglo-Saxon is generally used to designate the Germanic tribes who invaded and settled southern and eastern parts of Great Britain around the early 5th century up to the Norman invasion. Anglo-Saxon mythology usually refers to the history of Anglo-Saxon paganism and stories past down from ancient times through the group of indigenous people speaking that language. Anglo-Saxon myths, legends, stories and rituals include many interesting heroes, villains and characters (similar to many other world mythologies). Consider carefully any names you find from these tales and what if any meanings or connotations are derived from the stories. Baby Name World is a great resource to start researching Anglo-Saxon mythological names and name meanings.