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Anglo-saxon names - Baby names with the origin Anglo-saxon

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AEFREAnglo-Saxon-Shortlist
CLAENNISAnglo-SaxonPurity.
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AETHELFLAEDAnglo-SaxonSister of King Edward.
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CoventinaAnglo-SaxonName of a nymph
Water goddess
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AndswareAnglo-SaxonAnswer.
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CystAnglo-SaxonBest.
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?ƒâ€ ?ƒ?ELBERTAnglo-SaxonOld English cognate of Adalbrecht (see ALBERT). This was the name of a Saxon king of England and two kings of Kent, one who was a saint. It became unused after the Normans introduced Adalbrecht after their invasion.
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ANLICNESAnglo-SaxonImage. Variant, Anlicnisse, exists.
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DAEDBOTAnglo-SaxonPenance.
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?ƒâ€ ?ƒ?ELFL?ƒâ€ DAnglo-SaxonOld English form of ELFLEDA
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ARIANRODAnglo-SaxonSilver wheel.
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DARELENEAnglo-SaxonSee Darlene.
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?ƒâ€ ?ƒ?ELM?ƒâ€ RAnglo-SaxonOld English form of ELMER
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AISLEYAnglo-Saxon-Shortlist
DawnAnglo-SaxonAwakening.
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?ƒâ€ ?ƒ?ELREDAnglo-SaxonDerived from the Old English elements æðel 'noble' and ræd 'counsel'. This was the name of two Saxon kings of England including Æðelred II 'the Unready' whose realm was overrun by the Danes in the early 11th century. The name was rarely used after the Nor
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BEARROCSCIRAnglo-Saxon-Shortlist
DOHTORAnglo-Saxon-Shortlist
?ƒâ€ ?ƒ?ELSTANAnglo-SaxonRived from the Old English elements æðel 'noble' and stan 'stone'. This was the name of an early king of England. The name was rarely used after the Norman conquest.
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BEORNIAAnglo-SaxonSee Bernia.
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EacnungAnglo-SaxonBears children.
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?ƒâ€ ?ƒ?ELFRIDAnglo-Saxon-Shortlist
BISGUAnglo-SaxonCares.
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EADIGNESAnglo-SaxonBliss.
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?ƒâ€ LFGIFUAnglo-Saxon-Shortlist
BLETSUNGAnglo-SaxonBlessing.
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EdmundaAnglo-SaxonWealthy defender. Variants, Edmee and Edmonda, exist.
Wealthy defender
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?ƒâ€ LFWINEAnglo-SaxonOld English form of ALVIN. The name Ælfwine was not commonly used after the Norman conquest.
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BodiceaAnglo-SaxonA queen of the Iceni: Victory.
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?ƒâ€ LREDAnglo-SaxonContracted form of ÆÐELRED. This was the name of a 12th-century saint from England.
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BRIGANTIAAnglo-SaxonYorkshire goddess
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?ƒâ€ SCAnglo-SaxonMeans 'ash tree' in Old English. This was the nickname of a 5th-century king of Kent, whose birth name was Oeric.
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BRIMLADAnglo-SaxonSea-way.
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ACCAAnglo-Saxon-Shortlist
BYSENAnglo-SaxonUnique.
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AEDREAnglo-SaxonStream.
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CARTIMANDUAAnglo-SaxonName of a queen of Brigantes
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AEFENTIDAnglo-Saxon-Shortlist
CEAROAnglo-SaxonSorrow.
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GARMANGABISAnglo-SaxonA goddess worshipped in Lanchester
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GIFREAnglo-SaxonGreedy
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HamiaAnglo-SaxonA Syrian goddess.
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GIMMAnglo-SaxonGem
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HarimillaAnglo-SaxonA Tungrian goddess.
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GORDIEAnglo-SaxonFrom the cornered hill
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IFIELDAnglo-Saxon-GirlShortlist
GRENDELAnglo-Saxon-BoyShortlist
LinetteAnglo-Saxon-BoyShortlist
GRIMBOLDAnglo-SaxonFierce, bold
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NERTHUSAnglo-SaxonName of a goddess
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