Old English Baby Names & Old English Names


Old English, also called Anglo-Saxon, was an early form of the English language spoken and written by the Anglo-Saxon peoples and their descendants in what is now England and Scotland. Old English is a West Germanic language closely related to Old Frisian and Modern German, with grammar similar to classical Latin. As Latin was the scholarly and diplomatic language of the time (circa 1000 AD) it profoundly influenced Old English in many areas of words, grammar and syntax. Anglo-Saxon baby names will have a distinct German sound to them as well as something close to a Scottish lilt. Baby Name World is a superb resource to begin your search for Old English baby names and name meanings.
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A dweller in the meadow.
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Old English
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Old English Boy baby name meaning "A dweller in the meadow."

A dweller in the Oak tree meadow.
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Old English Boy baby name meaning "A dweller in the Oak tree meadow."

Town with many oaks
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Old English Boy baby name meaning "Town with many oaks"

Son of Adam. A man of the red earth.
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Old English Boy baby name meaning "Son of Adam. A man of the red earth."

Noble and kind. Form of Adelaide and Alice.
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Old English Girl baby name meaning "Noble and kind. Form of Adelaide and Alice."

A dweller on the island.
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Old English Boy baby name meaning "A dweller on the island."

River name
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Old English Girl baby name meaning "River name"

Joyful, helper, reward
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Algerian
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Algerian Girl baby name meaning "Joyful, helper, reward"

Little Adam.
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Old English Boy baby name meaning "Little Adam."

Made of oak
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Old English Boy baby name meaning "Made of oak"

A noble warrior.
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Teutonic
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Teutonic Boy baby name meaning "A noble warrior."

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