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Browse Names begining with the letter L
Male   Origin: English 
Meaning: Abbreviation of Elizabeth and Eliza.
Similar Names: Lyzbeth  
Posted 01.01.1970 · by Someone
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Male   Origin: English 
Meaning: Variant of Lyulf: A compound of the Old English words for 'flame' and 'wolf'.
Similar Names: Lyulf Lyubochka Lyudmila Lyuha  
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Male   Origin: English 
Meaning: A compound of the Old English words for 'flame' and 'wolf'.
Similar Names: Lyulph Lyubochka Lyuha Lyudmila  
Posted 01.01.1970 · by Someone
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Male   Origin: Norse 
Meaning: Brother of Thorstein Torfi.
Similar Names: None
Posted 01.01.1970 · by Someone
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Male   Origin: Biblical 
Meaning: That dissolves or disperses.
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Male   Origin: Biblical 
Meaning: Scattering the battle.
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Male   Origin: Biblical 
Meaning: Dissolving.
Posted 01.01.1970 · by Someone
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Male   Origin: Biblical 
Meaning: That drives away sorrow.
Posted 01.01.1970 · by Someone
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Male   Origin: Greek 
Meaning: Liberator. Lysander is one of the main characters in Shakespeare's A Midsummer Night's Dream.
Posted 01.01.1970 · by Someone
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Male   Origin: Latin 
Meaning: Of the Iyre or song.
Similar Names: Lyris Lyra Lyric  
Posted 01.01.1970 · by Someone
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Male   Origin: Latin 
Meaning: Lion.
Posted 01.01.1970 · by Someone
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Male   Origin: Latin 
Meaning: Lion.
Posted 01.01.1970 · by Someone
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Male   Origin: Scottish 
Meaning: Variant of Lindsay: From the island of the lime tree. Although in the past, Lindsay was a common boys' name, today it is used more often for girls.
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Male   Origin: English 
Meaning: Abbreviation of Lynnette who accompanied Sir Gareth on a knightly quest in Arthurian legend; variant of the Irish Gaelic word 'lann' meaning 'house; church.'.
Similar Names: Lynford Lynnt Lynette Lynceus Lynae Lyndon Lynzee Lynd  
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