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

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?ƒâ€ ?ƒ?ELSTAN Anglo-Saxon Rived 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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BEORNIA Anglo-Saxon See Bernia.
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Eacnung Anglo-Saxon Bears children.
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?ƒâ€ ?ƒ?ELFRID Anglo-Saxon - Shortlist
BISGU Anglo-Saxon Cares.
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EADIGNES Anglo-Saxon Bliss.
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?ƒâ€ LFGIFU Anglo-Saxon - Shortlist
BLETSUNG Anglo-Saxon Blessing.
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Edmunda Anglo-Saxon Wealthy defender. Variants, Edmee and Edmonda, exist.
Wealthy defender
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?ƒâ€ LFWINE Anglo-Saxon Old English form of ALVIN. The name Ælfwine was not commonly used after the Norman conquest.
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Bodicea Anglo-Saxon A queen of the Iceni: Victory.
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?ƒâ€ LRED Anglo-Saxon Contracted form of ÆÐELRED. This was the name of a 12th-century saint from England.
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BRIGANTIA Anglo-Saxon Yorkshire goddess
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?ƒâ€ SC Anglo-Saxon Means '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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BRIMLAD Anglo-Saxon Sea-way.
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ACCA Anglo-Saxon - Shortlist
BYSEN Anglo-Saxon Unique.
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AEDRE Anglo-Saxon Stream.
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CARTIMANDUA Anglo-Saxon Name of a queen of Brigantes
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AEFENTID Anglo-Saxon - Shortlist
CEARO Anglo-Saxon Sorrow.
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AEFRE Anglo-Saxon - Shortlist
CLAENNIS Anglo-Saxon Purity.
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AETHELFLAED Anglo-Saxon Sister of King Edward.
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Coventina Anglo-Saxon Name of a nymph
Water goddess
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Andsware Anglo-Saxon Answer.
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Cyst Anglo-Saxon Best.
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?ƒâ€ ?ƒ?ELBERT Anglo-Saxon Old 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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ANLICNES Anglo-Saxon Image. Variant, Anlicnisse, exists.
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DAEDBOT Anglo-Saxon Penance.
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?ƒâ€ ?ƒ?ELFL?ƒâ€ D Anglo-Saxon Old English form of ELFLEDA
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ARIANROD Anglo-Saxon Silver wheel.
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DARELENE Anglo-Saxon See Darlene.
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?ƒâ€ ?ƒ?ELM?ƒâ€ R Anglo-Saxon Old English form of ELMER
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AISLEY Anglo-Saxon - Shortlist
Dawn Anglo-Saxon Awakening.
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?ƒâ€ ?ƒ?ELRED Anglo-Saxon Derived 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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BEARROCSCIR Anglo-Saxon - Shortlist
DOHTOR Anglo-Saxon - Shortlist
Rheda Anglo-Saxon - Boy Shortlist
HALWENDE Anglo-Saxon - Boy Shortlist
SULIS Anglo-Saxon Goddess who watched over Bath.
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HENGIST Anglo-Saxon Son of Wodan
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Viradecthis Anglo-Saxon - Boy Shortlist
HEOLSTOR Anglo-Saxon Darkness
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ELDRIDA Anglo-Saxon Wise or prudent advisor. Variants, Elda and Eldride, exist.
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GADERIAN Anglo-Saxon Gathers
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HEOROT Anglo-Saxon - Boy Shortlist
ELLENWEORC Anglo-Saxon - Shortlist
GAR GARR Anglo-Saxon Spear
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