Boy Names of Anglicized theme

from the apple tree meadow ... origin is Old English, and its use, English ... origin is Germanic ...
praiseworthy, one choice ... mainly used in English ... Its language of origin is Old Greek and Celtic ...
descendant of Eachthighearna, descendant ... used predominantly in English and its ...
little fire, fire, brightness, splendor ... used chiefly in the English, Gaelic, ... variant of Aodh ...
white ... used predominantly in the Gaelic and ... The name can be Anglicized as Alby or Albert ...
nobly famous, white ... largely used in the Irish, Dutch, ... Old German Adalbert was shortened to Albert ...
noble and ready ... an English, Italian, and Spanish name ... The name is of disputed origin ...
defender of men ... used chiefly in the English and ... name is Anglicized from the Gaelic Alasdair, ...
one choice ... used predominantly in the English, ... name is Anglicized from the Gaelic forms ...
fire, brightness, splendor ... used chiefly in the Irish and Scottish ... rarely used as a baby name for boys ...
stone, bear, follower of Artemis, ... mainly used in English, Gaelic, Irish, and ... shortening of Artemas ...
birch tree clearing ... language of origin is Old English, and it is ... former is from the English place name ...
fair headed, spear, mound,dune, ... used chiefly in the English and Irish ... The name is of multiple origins ...
son of the south, son of the right ... largely used in the English, French, ... Its origin is Hebrew ...
speckled ... used predominantly in the English ... name is an Anglicized form of the Welsh name ...
cart driver, son of Artair ... largely used in the English language ... first name is derived from the English ...
hacking ... largely used in the English and ... name is of obscure origin, it could have ...
man, free man ... largely used in the English and French ... Old German element 'karl' (meaning man, free ...
war, strife ... has its origins in the Celtic language, ... first name was originally a Gaelic nickname ...
dog, great ... largely used in the English language and ... first name could be Anglicized from Cónán ...

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