Anglo-Saxon Boy Names

Aeglaeca

Variant of Anglo-Saxon Aglaeca, meaning both demon, monster, fiend, and hero, warrior

Aelfhare

AELFHARE (Ælfhare): Elf army Anglo-Saxon name composed of the Old English elements ælf elf and hari/heri army

Aelfhere

Variant of Anglo-Saxon Aelfhare, meaning elf army

Aelfred

Elf counsel Anglo-Saxon name composed of the Old English elements ælf elf and ræd counsel

Aelfric

Elf ruler Anglo-Saxon name composed of the Old English elements ælf elf and ric rule

Aelfweald

Elf ruler Anglo-Saxon name composed of the Old English elements ælf elf and weald rule

Aelfweard

Elf guard Anglo-Saxon name composed of the Old English elements ælf elf and weard guard

Aelfwine

AELFWINE (Ælfwine): Elf friend Anglo-Saxon name composed of the Old English elements ælf elf, and wine friend

Aella

"Whirlwind." Greek myth name of an Amazon warrior who was killed by Herakles. She was known for wielding a double-axe.

Aelle

Anglo-Saxon name, meaning all, universal This name was borne by several Anglo-Saxon kings, including the first king of Deira who, according to the Anglo-Saxon Chronicle, was a descendant of Woden.

Aelred

Variant of Anglo-Saxon Aethelred, meaning noble counsel

Aelric

Abbreviated form of Anglo-Saxon Aethelric, meaning noble rule

Aesc

Anglo-Saxon name meaning ash tree

Aethelbald

Noble and bold Anglo-Saxon name, composed of the Old English elements ædel noble and bald bold

Aethelberht

Variant of Aethelbert, meaning noble and bright

Aethelbert

Anglo-Saxon form of Old German Adalbrecht, meaning noble and bright

Aethelfrid

Noble peace Anglo-Saxon name, composed of the Old English elements ædel noble and frid peace

Aethelhard

Anglo-Saxon form of German Adalhard, meaning noble strength

Aethelmaer

Noble and famous Anglo-Saxon name, composed of the Old English elements æðel noble and mær famous

Aethelred

Noble counsel Anglo-Saxon name, composed of the Old English elements æðel noble and ræd counsel

Aethelric

Noble rule Anglo-Saxon name, composed of the Old English elements æðel noble and ric rule

Aethelstan

Noble stone Anglo-Saxon name, composed of the Old English elements æðel noble and stan stone

Aethelweard

Noble guard Anglo-Saxon name, composed of the Old English elements æðel noble and weard guard

Aethelwulf

Anglo-Saxon form of Old German Adalwulf, meaning noble wolf

Aethelwulfing

Anglo-Saxon name meaning son of Aethulwulf

Aglaeca

Name of a character from Beowulf, meaning both demon, monster, fiend, and hero, warrior An Old English dictionary defines áglǽca as follows: wretch, miscreant, monster, demon, fierce enemy, fierce combatant, miserable being

Aicken

Variant of Anglo-Saxon Aiken, meaning made of oak

Aiken

Anglo-Saxon name meaning made of oak

Aikin

Variant of Anglo-Saxon Aiken, meaning made of oak

Ayken

Variant of Anglo-Saxon Aiken, meaning made of oak

Aykin

Variant of Anglo-Saxon Aiken, meaning made of oak

Bardawulf

Variant of Anglo-Saxon Bardulf, meaning bright wolf

Bardulf

Bright wolf Anglo-Saxon name derived from the Old English elements berht bright and wulf wolf

Bertolf

Variant of Anglo-Saxon Bardulf, meaning bright wolf

Brand

Anglo-Saxon form of Old Norse Brandr, meaning sword

Brandi

Variant of English Brandy, meaning simply brandy

Brandt

Variant of Anglo-Saxon Brand, meaning sword

Brant

Variant of Anglo-Saxon Brand, meaning sword

Ceadda

Anglo-Saxon form of Chad, possibly from Celtic cad, meaning battle

Cena

Anglo-Saxon name meaning keen

Cenhelm

Brave/keen protection Anglo-Saxon name composed of the Old English elements cene brave, keen and helm helmet, protection

Ceolsige

CEOLSIGE (Céolsige): Ship-victory Anglo-Saxon name composed of the Old English elements céol ship and sige victory

Cerdic

Anglo-Saxon name, possibly of Germanic origin, meaning war chief

Cuthbert

Anglo-Saxon name meaning bright fame

Cynebeal

Variant of Anglo-Saxon Cynebeald, meaning royal brave

Cynebeald

Royal brave Anglo-Saxon name composed of the Old English elements cyne royal and beald bold, brave

Cynefrid

Royal peace Anglo-Saxon name composed of the Old English elements cyne royal and frið peace

Cyneward

Variant of Anglo-Saxon Cyneweard, meaning royal guard

Cyneweard

Royal guard Early Anglo-Saxon name of disputed origin, but most likely from the Old English elements cyne royal and weard guard

Daegberht

Day-bright or bright day Anglo-Saxon name composed of the Old English elements dæg day and berht bright

Daegmund

Day guardian Anglo-Saxon name composed of the Old English elements dæg day and mund guardian, protector

Dhelweard

Abbreviated form of Anglo-Saxon Aethelweard, meaning noble guard

Drogo

The etymology of this English name is debatable. It could have derived from either of the following: From a Slavic name brought to England by the Normans, containing the element dorogo, "dear," then shortened to Drogo.

Eadgar

Rich spear Anglo-Saxon name composed of the elements ead fortune, prosperity, riches, and gar spear Equivalent to English Edgar.

Eadgard

Variant of Anglo-Saxon Eadgar, meaning Rich spear

Eadweard

Guardian of prosperity Anglo-Saxon name composed of the Old English elements ead fortune, prosperity, riches, and weard guard

Eadwig

Anglo-Saxon name composed of the Old English elements ead fortune, riches, prosperity, and wig strife, war

Ealdred

Ancient counsel Anglo-Saxon name composed of the Old English elements eald, ancient, old, and ræd counsel

Ealdwine

Old friend Anglo-Saxon name composed of the Old English elements eald ancient, old, and wine friend

Ecgberct

Variant of Anglo-Saxon Ecgbryht, meaning bright edge of a sword

Ecgbryht

Anglo-Saxon name composed of the elements ecg edge (of a sword) and beorht bright, famous

Elweard

Variant of Anglo-Saxon Dhelweard, meaning noble guard

Eoforheard

Strong as a boar Anglo-Saxon name composed of the Old English elements eofor boar and hard hardy, strong

Eoforwin

Boar friend Anglo-Saxon name composed of the Old English elements eofor boar and win friend

Erwig

Anglo-Saxon form of Visigothic Euric, meaning ever-ruler

Esmond

Grace protection Anglo-Saxon name composed of the Old English elements east grace and mund protection

Esmund

Variant of Anglo-Saxon Esmond, meaning grace protection

Freodheric

Anglo-Saxon form of English Frederick, meaning peaceful ruler

Garrick

Spear power Anglo-Saxon name composed of the Old English elements ger spear and ric power

Herebeorht

Old Anglo-Saxon form of Herbert, meaning bright army

Hereward

Army-guard Anglo-Saxon name composed of the Old English elements here army and weard guard

Hereweald

Army ruler Anglo-Saxon name, composed of the Germanic elements heri/hari army and wald rule

Hildebeorht

Anglo-Saxon form of German Hildebert, meaning battle-bright

Hreodbeorht

Anglo-Saxon name meaning famous This name was supplanted by Robert after it was introduced to Britain by the Normans.

Hrothgar

Famous spear Anglo-Saxon name composed of the Old English elements hroð fame and gar spear This name became unused after the Normans introduced Hrodger to Britain, the name which eventually yielded the more familiar Roger.

Leofric

Beloved ruler Anglo-Saxon name composed of the Old English elements leof beloved, dear and ric power, rule

Leofwine

Beloved/dear friend Anglo-Saxon name composed of the Old English elements leof beloved, dear and wine friend

Oeric

Another name for Anglo-Saxon Aesc, meaning ash tree

Osbeorht

God-bright Anglo-Saxon name composed of the Old English elements os god and beorht bright

Osbeorn

God-bear Anglo-Saxon name composed of the Old English elements os god and beorn bear Compare with Old Norse Asbjorn.
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