Lithuanian Boy Names

Algimantas

Wealthy Lithuanian name, composed of the elements alga wages and manta wealth

Algimas

Nickname for Lithuanian Algimantas, meaning wealthy

Algis

Nickname for Lithuanian Algimantas, meaning wealthy

Andrius

Lithuanian form of Andrew, meaning man; warrior

Antanas

Lithuanian form of Roman Antonius, possibly meaning invaluable

Aras

Lithuanian name meaning intelligence of an eagle

Arturas

Lithuanian form of Arthur. The meaning is disputed; see Arthur.

Augustas

Lithuanian form of Roman Augustus, meaning venerable

Augustinas

Lithuanian form of Roman Augustinus, meaning venerable

Azuolas

Lithuanian name meaning oak

Bronislovas

Lithuanian form of Polish Bronislaw, meaning glorious protector

Bronius

Nickname for Lithuanian Bronislovas, meaning glorious protector

Elada

Lithuanian form of Latin Helladius, meaning of Greece

Giedrius

Lithuanian name derived from the word giedras, meaning serene

Gintaras

Lithuanian name meaning amber

Henrikas

Lithuanian form of German/Scand. Henrik, meaning home-ruler

Herkus

Nickname for Lithuanian Henrikas, meaning home-ruler

JÓnas

Greek form of Jonah, meaning "dove."

Juozapas

Lithuanian form of Joseph, meaning (God) shall add, which is usually taken to mean God will add another son

Juozas

Nickname for Lithuanian Juozapas, meaning (God) shall add, which is usually taken to mean God will add another son

Jurgis

Lithuanian form of George, meaning earth-worker, farmer

Justinas

Lithuanian form of Justin, meaning fair; just

Karolis

Lithuanian form of Latin Carolus, meaning man

Kazimeras

Lithuanian form of Slavic Casimir, meaning famous/great destroyer

Leonas

Lithuanian form of Leon, meaning lion

Linas

Lithuanian name meaning flax

Liudvikas

Lithuanian form of German Ludwig, meaning famous warrior

Marijus

Lithuanian form of Latin Marius, meaning male, virile

Mykolas

Lithuanian form of Michael, meaning "who is like God?"

Paulius

Lithuanian form of Paul, meaning small

Petras

Lithuanian form of Peter, meaning rock; stone

Pranciskus

Lithuanian form of Latin Franciscus, meaning free

Raimondas

Lithuanian form of Raymond, meaning wise protector

Ramunas

Lithuanian name derived from the word ramus, meaning calm

Steponas

Lithuanian form of English Stephen, meaning crown

TÒmas

Irish and Spanish form of Thomas, meaning "twin."

Vadimas

Lithuanian form of Russian Vadim, probably meaning knowing one

Viktoras

Lithuanian form of Roman Victor, meaning to conquer; Victory

Vilhelmas

Lithuanian form of English William, meaning will-helmet

Vincentas

Lithuanian form of English Vincent, meaning conquering

Virgilijus

Lithuanian form of English Virgil, possibly meaning staff-bearer

Vytautas

Lithuanian name meaning driving the people
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