Boy Baby Names Beginning with the letter L

Baby Names Origin Meaning
L'Angley French Englishman
Laban Hebrew White
Lacey Irish Surname.
Lach English Lives near water
Lache English Lives near water
Lachie Scottish The boy from the Lochs. Warrior. (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Lachlan Scottish From the land of lakes.
Lad English Attendant
LaDainian Unknown (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Ladbroc English Lives by the path by the brook
Ladd English Attendant
Ladde English Attendant
Laec English Lives near water
Laefertun English From the rush farm
Lafayette French Surname. At the age of 20 the French nobleman Marquis de Lafayette went to fight for four years in the American Revolution.
Laibrook English Lives by the path by the brook
Laidley English From the creek meadow
Laidly English From the creek meadow
Lailoken Arthurian Legend A fool
Laine English From the long meadow
Laine Scottish Serves John
Laiq Layak (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Laird Scottish Lord
Lairgnen Celtic Of Connaught
Laith Arabic Lion (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Lakeland Irish Home of the Norse
Lakely English bodies of water; lake and lee (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Laken Irish Peace over water (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Laketon Unknown One who is strong minded , independent and brave. (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Lakshya Hindi Target, aim, goal, attention (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Lalita Hindu One who is straight-forward (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Lalla Spanish Abbreviation of Eulalie well-spoken.
Lalor Irish Leper
Lamandre Swahilli/Spanish (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Lamar German Famous land
Lamar French Of the sea.
lamarion Unknown Young challenger of the future. (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Lamarr French Of the sea.
Lamarr German Famous land
Lambart German Light of land
Lambert German Light of land
Lambrecht German Light of land
Lambret German Light of land
Lambrett German Light of land
Lamond Scottish Clan name. Surname.
Lamont Scottish Man of law
Lamorak Arthurian Legend Brother of Percival
Lamorat Arthurian Legend Brother of Percival
Lancdon English From the long hill slope.
Lance French Lancer.
Lancelin French Servant
Lancelot Arthurian Legend Knight of Arthur and lover of Guinevere
Lancelot French Servant
Landen English Long hill. (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Lander English From the grassy plain
Landers French From the grassy plain
Landis French From the grassy plain
Landmari German Famous land
Landon English From the long hill
Landrey Unknown (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Landry Anglo-Saxon Ruler
Lane English From the long meadow Path; roadway.
Lang Anglo-Saxon Long
Langdon English From the long hill
Lange Anglo-Saxon Long
Langford English Lives near the long ford
Langleah English From the long meadow
Langley French Englishman
Langley English From the long meadow
Langston English From the long enclosure long stone.
Langundo Native American Peaceful
Lannie English Abbreviation of names like Roland.
Lanny English Abbreviation of names like Roland.
Lansa Native American Lance (Hopi)
Lanston English From the long estate
Lany Irish Servant
Laochailan Scottish Waning
Laoghaire Irish Shepherd
Laoidhigh Irish Poetic
Lapidos Hebrew Torch
Lapidoth Hebrew Torch
Lapu Native American Cedar bark (Hopi)
Lar Anglo-Saxon Teaches
Laramie French Surname with American connotations due to Laramie; a town in Wyoming USA on the Overland Trail of the Pony Express.
Larcwide Anglo-Saxon Counsel
Laren Scottish Serves Lawrence
Larenzo German Form of Lawrence.
Larnell English Modern blend of the English names Larry and Darnell.
Larry English Abbreviation of Lawrence or Laurence often used as an independent name.
Larson Scandinavian Variant of Larsen; Son of Lars
Larue French The red-haired one.
Lasalle French The hall.
LaShawn African American Strong (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Laszlo Unknown (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Lathan Unknown (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Lathrop English From the farmstead with the barn
Latimer French Interprets Latin
Latimer English Interprets Latin
Laudegrance Arthurian Legend Father of Guinevere
Laughlin Irish Servant
Launcelot Arthurian Legend Knight of Arthur and lover of Guinevere
Launcelot French Servant
Launder English From the grassy plain
Launfal Arthurian Legend A knight
Lauraine English The laurel tree or sweet bay tree symbolic of honor and victory. Old name with many variants.
Laureano English From the place of laurel trees.
Laurence English From the place of laurel trees.
Laurent French From the place of the laurel trees.
Laurenz German From the place of the laurel trees.
Laurian English From the place of laurel trees.
Lauriano English From the place of laurel trees.
Lavan Hebrew White
Lavey Jewish Lion, the strong one (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
LaVonte African American Love of my life (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Lavy Jewish Lion cub. (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Law English From the hill
Lawe English From the hill
Lawford English From the ford at the hill
Lawley English From the hill meadow
Lawly English From the hill meadow
Lawrence English A modern English form of Laurence and the preferred form in America.
Lawson English Son of Law or Lawrence
Lawton English From the hillside farm
Lay English From the meadow farm
Laycen Unknown A mix of layden and macen. it means a strong and beloved guardian. (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Layden Unknown Strong, someone very loved. (Submitted by Babies Online Member) (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Layken English Variant of Laken. (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Layne English Path; roadway.
Layth Arabic The Lion/Courage (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Layton English From the meadow farm
Lazar Hebrew God will help
Lazaro Spanish Help of God
Lazarus Hebrew God will help
Lazzaro Hebrew God will help
Leachlainn Irish Servant
Leal English Loyal
Leal French Faithful
Lealen Unknown Stubborn but Loving (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Leaman Unknown Unknown (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Lean Scottish Serves John
Leander English Form of Leander. Lionlike man.
Leandre French Form of Leander. Lionlike man.
Leandro Spanish Lion
Leane Scottish Serves John
Leanian Anglo-Saxon Reward
Lear English Shakespearian king
Leary Irish Cattle keeper
Leathan Scottish River
Leathlobhair Irish Leper
Leax Anglo-Saxon Salmon
Leb Hebrew Heart
Lee Irish Poetic
Lee Celtic Healer
Lee English Shelter; Surname frequently used in the American south as a given name in honor of the Confederate general Robert E. Lee.
Leeland English Pasture ground.
LeeLyn Hawaiian Special gift. (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Leeroy French The king.
Leeson Unknown (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Leevi Unknown Unknown (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Legend Unknown Unknown (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Legget French Delegate
Legion Unknown (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Legolas Unknown (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Leib Hebrew Heart (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Leicester English From Leicester
Leigh Celtic Healer
Leigh English From the meadow
Leighton English From the meadow farm
LeiLani Hawaiian Heavenly flower, Heavenly child
Leith Celtic Meadow
Leith Scottish River
Leland English From the meadow land Pasture ground.
Lele English Loyal
Leman English From the valley
Lemuel Hebrew Dedicated to God
Len English Abbreviation of Leonard.
Len Native American Flute (Hopi)
Lenard French Lion-bold.
Lenard German Lion-bold.
Lendall English From the linden tree dell.
Lendell English From the linden tree dell.
Leng Anglo-Saxon Long
Lenn English Abbreviation of Leonard.
Lennard German Lion-bold.
Lennard French Lion-bold.
Lennell English Abbreviation of Leonard.
Lennie English Abbreviation of Leonard.
Lenno Native American Man
Lennon Irish Surname.
Lennox Scottish Surname and clan name. Lennox; a Scottish nobleman; appears in Shakespeare's Macbeth.
Lenny English Abbreviation of Leonard.
Leo English Lion.
Leocadie French Lion
Leod Scottish Ugly
Leodegan Arthurian Legend Father of Guinevere
Leodegrance French Lion
Leodegraunce Arthurian Legend Father of Guinevere
Leof Anglo-Saxon Beloved
Leoj Philippines Inverted name of Joel (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Leon German Lion. The lion is a figure in art and religious symbolism of many cultures; symbolizing kingliness and grandeur and courage.
Leon Spanish Lion
Leon French Lion. The lion is a figure in art and religious symbolism of many cultures; symbolizing kingliness and grandeur and courage.
Leonard French Lion-bold.
Leonard German Lion-bold.
Leonardo Spanish Lion-bold. Leonardo da Vinci is considered by many to be the most brilliant and creative men who ever lived.
Leonce French Lion
Leone French Lion
Leonel Spanish Young lion.
Leonides Spanish Lion
Leonidis Ancient Greek Lions son (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Leonidus Greek Great Spartan King (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Leonore French Shining light. Variant of Eleanor.
Leopold English A bold man.
Leopold German Prince of the people
Leopoldo German Prince of the people
Leopoldo Spanish A bold man.
Lerhone French One who gives his all (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Leroi French The king.
Leron French The circle.
Leroux French The red-haired one.
Leroy French The king.
Lesergio Mexico Swahili for Full of love (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Lesley Celtic From the gray fortress
Leslie Scottish From Leslie
Leslie Celtic From the gray fortress
Lestat Unknown Prince (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Lester English Fortified place.
Letitia English Modern form of medieval name Letitia. Joyful;happy.
Lev Hebrew United
Lev Hebrew Heart (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Levano South African Gods gift to a new life (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Levelle Amercian The shining light of the biggest dream (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Leveret French Young rabbit
Leverett French Young rabbit
Leverton English From the rush farm
Levey Hebrew United
Levi Hebrew Joined. Levi; third ' of Jacob's 12 sons; became father of the tribe that was assigned priestly duties. Note: This Database is Copyright Dogwood Technical Services Inc.1995.
Leviticus (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Lew English Shelter
Lewi Hebrew United
Lewis English Renowned fighter. Form of Louis.
Lewy German Famous fighter
Lex English Abbreviation of Alexander.
Lexann English Variant of Alexandra. Defender of mankind.
Leyman English From the valley
Leyti Native American Shaped like an abalone shell (Miwok)
Lia Spanish Is an abbreviation of names like Amalia: (hard working;industrious) and Rosalia: (Rose).
Liam Irish Form of William.
Lianjie Chinese Heroic, Outstanding (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Libby English Diminutive of Elizabeth.
Lidmann Anglo-Saxon Sailor
Lifton English From tbe hillside town
lija Ralija A wonderful of life. A basket full of Joy. (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Lilian English Variant of Lillian derived from the flower name Lily. Symbol of innocence; purity; beauty.
Lilybeth English Blend of Lily: (the flower; innocence; purity; beauty) and Elizabeth: (My God is bountiful;God of plenty.)
Lin English From the linden tree dell.
Lin Anglo-Saxon Dwells by the torrent
Lincoln English Lakeside colony. The name of an early Roman settlement in England.
Lincoln Celtic From the settlement by the pool
Lind English Lives by the linden tree
Lindael English Lives by the linden tree valley
Lindberg German From the linden tree hill
Linddun English Lives by the linden tree
Lindeberg German From the linden tree hill
Lindel English From the linden tree dell.
Lindell English Lives by the linden tree valley
Lindisfarne English From Lindisfarne
Lindleigh English From the linden tree meadow
Lindley English From the linden tree meadow
Lindly English From the linden tree meadow
Lindon Unknown (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Lindsay Scottish From the island of the lime tree
Line English From the bank
Linford English From the linden tree ford
Link English From the bank
Linleah English From the flax field
Linley English From the flax field
Linly English From the flax field
Linn Anglo-Saxon Dwells by the torrent
Linniel Chicasaw woodsman, forest dweller (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Linse Indian One who will accomplish great things (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Linton English From the flax enclosure
Lintun English From the flax enclosure
Linus Green Flax. In Greek legend he was the son of the god Apollo and a music teacher to Herakles. He was accidentally killed by his father in a contest. This was also the name of the second pope. The name is now most famous as that of a character in Charles Schulzs comic strip Peanuts. (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Linwood English From the linden tree dell.
Lion English Lion. The lion is a figure in art and religious symbolism of many cultures; symbolizing kingliness and grandeur and courage.
Lionel French Young lion.
Lionel Arthurian Legend Cousin of Lancelot
Lionel English Young lion.
Lionell English Young lion.
Lionell French Young lion.
Lir Celtic A mythical king
Lisabet English Abbreviation of Elizabeth.
Lisandro Spanish Liberator.
Lise Native American Salmon's head rising above water (Miwok)
Lisle French From the island
List Anglo-Saxon Cunning
Litton English From tbe hillside town
Livingston English From Lyfing's town
Livingstone Scottish From Livingston
Liwanu Native American Growl of a bear (Miwok)
Llacheu Arthurian Legend Arthur's son
Llevan Hebrew To be Risen. To rise. (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Llewelyn Celtic Ruler
Lleyton Unknown Unknown (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Lloyd Celtic Gray
Lludd Arthurian Legend Name of a king
Llyr Celtic A mythical king
Loc English Lives by tbe stronghold
Lochlain Irish Home of the Norse
Lochlann Irish Home of the Norse
Lochlyn Irish land of lakes (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
lochyn Gaelic Warrior from the Land of the Lochs (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Locke English Lives by tbe stronghold. Surname referring to a lock or locksmith.
Lockwood English From the enclosed wood
Loe Arthurian Legend Father of Erec
Loefel English Dearly loved
Logan Scottish Finnian's servant
Logen Scottish Low meadow.
Lohengrin Arthurian Legend Son of Percival
Lohoot Arthurian Legend Son of Arthur
Loki Norse Trickster God. Norse God of Mischeif, destruction (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Lokni Native American Rain falls through the roof (Miwok)
Loman Irish Bare
Lonato Native American Flint
Lonell English Young lion.
Lonell French Young lion.
Lonnell English Young lion.
Lonnell French Young lion.
Lonzo Spanish Ready; eager. Abbreviation of Alonzo.
Lootah Native American Red (Sioux)
Lorah German Variant of Laura referring to the laurel tree or sweet bay tree symbolic of honor and victory.
Loran English Form of Lorenzo and Lawrence.
Lorance English Modern usage. From the place of the laurel trees.
Lorcan Irish Little fierce one.
Loren English Form of Lorenzo and Lawrence.
Lorence English Modern usage. From the place of the laurel trees.
Lorenz German Laurel
Lorenzo Spanish Form of Lawrence. Lorenzo de' Medici was a patron of Michaelangelo and Da Vinci.
Lorette English Diminutive of Laura or Lora referring to the laurel tree or sweet bay tree symbolic of honor and victory.
Loria English Modern variant of Lora and Laurie referring to the laurel tree or sweet bay tree symbolic of honor and victory.
Lorimar English Saddle maker
Lorimer English Saddle maker
Lorin English Form of Lorenzo and Lawrence.
Loring German Famous in battle
Loring French From Lorraine
Loritz German Laurel
Lorne Scottish Form of Lawrence.
Lornell Scottish Form of Lawrence.
Lorren English Variant of Lawrence meaning from Laurentium.
Loryn English Form of Lorenzo and Lawrence.
Lot Arthurian Legend Name of a king
Lot Hebrew Veiled
Lotem Hebrew Citus, Rose (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Lothair German Famous in battle
Lothair French Fighter
Lothar German Renowned warrior.
Lotharing German Famous in battle
Lou English loveable and kindness (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Louden Old English Wolf Valley. (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Loughlin Irish Servant
Louie British (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Louis English Form of Lawrence.
Louis German Famous fighter
Louis French Famous in war Form of Lawrence.
Louvel French Little wolf
Lovell French Young wolf.
Lovell English Dearly loved
Lowe French Little wolf
Lowell French Young wolf.
Lowell English Dearly loved
Loyal English Faithful; unswerving.
Loyal French True
Luan German Graceful Warrior (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Luc French Light; illumination. Form of Luke.
Luca Unknown Unknown (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Lucan Arthurian Legend Brother of Arthur
Lucan Anglo-Saxon Joins
Lucas English Form of Luke light; illumination.
Lucas Spanish Bringer of light (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Lucca Italian Bringer of light. (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Lucero Spanish Spanish form of Luke light
Lucian French Form of Luke. Light; illumination.
Luciano Spanish Form of Luke. Light; illumination.
Lucien French Form of Luke. Light; illumination.
Lucila Spanish Diminutive form of Lucia light; illumination.
Lucio Spanish Spanish form of Luke light
Lucius English Form of Luke. Light; illumination.
Lucky English Fortunate. Lucky is also used as a nickname for Lucas and its variants.
Ludlow English From the prince's hill
Luduvico German Famous fighter
Ludwig German Famous fighter
Ludwik German Famous fighter
Lueius Arthurian Legend A Roman emperor
Lufian Anglo-Saxon Love
Lufti Arabic Kind
Lugaidh Irish Famous warrior
Lughaidh German Famous fighter
Luigi German Famous fighter
Luiginw German Famous fighter
Luis German Famous fighter
Luis Spanish Form of Louis.
Lukas English Bringer of light. Variant of Lucas. (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Luke English (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Lukesen English (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Luki German Famous fighter
Lukso Unknown Chain (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Lukus English (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Lun Irish Strong
Lunden Anglo-Saxon From London
Lundie Scottish From the island grove
Lundy Scottish From the island grove
Lunga African to be kind, good (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Lunn Irish Strong
Lushian Unknown (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Luthais Scottish Famous warrior
Luther German Renowned warrior.
Lutz German Famous fighter
Luxman Indian Loyal and sincere. (Submitted by Babies Online Member)
Luxovious Celtic Mythical god of Luxeuil
Lyall Scottish Surname meaning loyal.
Lyam Irish Form of William.
Lydell Scottish A surname often used as a given name.
Lydell English From the open dell
Lyel Scottish Surname meaning loyal.
Lyfing English Dearly loved
Lyle French Islander.
Lyman English From the valley
Lyn Anglo-Saxon Dwells by the torrent
Lynd English Lives by the linden tree
Lyndon English Lives by the linden tree
Lyndsie English Variant of Lindsey from the linden tree island
Lynessa English Variant of ancient Welsh given name. In Arthurian legend Lynette accompanied Sir Gareth on a knightly quest.
Lynford English From the linden tree ford
Lynn Anglo-Saxon Dwells by the torrent
Lynne English Abbreviation of Lynnette who accompanied Sir Gareth on a knightly quest in Arthurian legend; variant of the Irish Gaelic word lann meaning house; church.
Lyza English Abbreviation of Elizabeth and Eliza.

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