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To divide amongst all 40 or 50 children I plan on having.

First Names - Male

  • Alfred - Elf counsel. Swedish
  • Aloysius - Famous warrior. German
  • Bo - To live. Swedish, Danish
  • Cabhan (pron. "kav + an") - Hollow or hill. Irish
  • Ciaran (pron. "keer + awn") - Little, dark one. Irish
  • Clooney - Intriguing rogue. Irish
  • Clovis - Renowned fighter. German
  • Davin - Little deer. Irish
  • Diarmuid (pron. "deer + mid") - Without enemy. Irish
  • Eberhard - Strong boar. Old English
  • Emmanuel - God is with us. Hebrew
  • Enda - Bird. Freedom. Irish
  • Felix - Lucky, successful. Latin
  • Finn - Fair-headed. After the central figure of Irish legend, Fionn Mac Cool. Irish
  • Gryff
  • Hayao - Fast, quick. Japanese
  • Hephaestion
  • Ianto - Gift of God. Welsh
  • Ingo - Belonging to Ing (Freyr). Scandinavian
  • Iollan (pron. "ul + an") - One who worships a different God. Irish
  • Jean
  • Jefer - Light-bringer.
  • Jonathan
  • Jude
  • Lee - Poem. Irish
  • Marion - Star of the Sea. Latin
  • Marwin - Sea friend. Welsh
  • Niall - Passionate, vehement. Cloud. Irish
  • Noé - Peaceful. Hebrew
  • Otis - Quick hearing. Greek
  • Padraic
  • Padraig
  • Per - Shortened form of Pierre or Peter.
  • Piero - Rock. Italian
  • Quin - Intelligent. Irish
  • Roald
  • Siegfried - Victorious peace. German
  • Signy - Victory. Swedish
  • Tomas - Irish form of the Biblical name Thomas. Twin. Irish
  • Ubu
  • Wynn - Pure. Old English

First Names - Female

  • Aiobhean (pron. "eve + een")- Pleasant, beautiful, sheen. Irish
  • Aoife (pron. "ee + fa") - Beautiful, radiant, joy.
  • Aime - Beloved. Latin
  • Aino - The only one. Finnish
  • Alanna - Awakening. Hawaiian
  • Alva - Elf. Scandinavian
  • Basia - Foreign woman. Stranger. Polish
  • Branna - Raven hair. Irish
  • Camille - Alter maiden. Latin
  • Cara - Friend. Irish
  • Cassia - Thorny tree. Polish
  • Chloe - Verdant, spring-like. Greek
  • Cici - Blind. Romanian
  • Clothilde - Renowned battle. German
  • Crysta
  • Cosima - Order. Beauty. Greek
  • Daimhin (pron. "daw + veen") - Deer. Irish
  • D'Arcy - Dark-haired. Irish
  • Einen (pron. "a + neen") - Little bird. Irish
  • Esme - Beloved. Scottish
  • Elva - Elf. Scandinavian
  • Faun - Young deer. French
  • Fee - Light, fair skinned. Irish
  • Fiona - Fair, white. Irish
  • Geneva
  • Granuaile (pron. "graw + nya + wail") - Name of a famous female pirate captain. Irish
  • Gryta - Pearl. German
  • Gwendolyn - Fair bow. Blessed ring. Welsh
  • Hyacinth - Greek
  • Ilysse - Noble. Old German
  • Iphigenia - Sacrifice. Greek
  • Jade - Precious, green gem. English
  • Joanna - God is gracious. Hebrew
  • Jordanna
  • Leona - My strength. Hebrew
  • Linnea - Lime, linden tree. Scandinavian
  • Lucia - Light. Latin
  • Naomi - Pleasant. Hebrew
  • Natascha - Birthday. Latin
  • Niamh - Radiance, lustre, brightness. Irish
  • Noa - From Japanese 乃 (no), a possessive particle, and 愛 (a) "love, affection". - Japanese
  • Nora - Torch. Honor, reputation. Irish
  • Marguarite - Daisy. French
  • Portia
  • Rachael - Ewe. Hebrew
  • Romola - Roman woman. Latin
  • Romona - Protecting hands. Latin
  • Samara - Guardian. Protected by God. Arabic
  • Saoirse - Freedom, liberty. (strong Nationalistic connotations) Irish
  • Siobhán - God's grace. Hebrew
  • Soma - Moon. Pakistani
  • Sylvia - Of the woods, forest. Latin
  • Teagan - Beautiful. Irish
  • Tsubame - Swallow. Japanese
  • Zinaida - Belonging to Zeus. Greek

Last Names

  • Ada - Happiness.
  • Ainsworth - From a spring or court. welsh
  • Anastasia - Rising up. Greek
  • Beddau - Of graves. welsh
  • Bowne - Ready, active, able. Welsh
  • Breese - Agility, quickness. Welsh
  • Brook - Small stream. Old English
  • Call - Prudent, discerning, cunning Welsh
  • Cam - Crooked, winding, injury, injustice. Welsh
  • Carroll
  • Dahl - Valley. Norwegian
  • Darwin - Oak. Welsh
  • Dibin - A clough, cleft in a hill. welsh
  • Famke - Little girl. Frisian
  • Fford - Pass or crossing. English
  • Gibbon - Hunchback. Welsh
  • Gérôme
  • Kelly - A grove of hazel. Denotes a church. Welsh
  • Livermore - Great light. Welsh
  • Lusk Welsh
  • Mayor
  • Nefis - Sprightly. Welsh
  • Polyxena - Entertainer of travelers. Greek
  • Rigby - Village on the ridge. Old Norse
  • Sebastian - Reverend or Majestic. greek
  • Washburn
  • Waterhouse
  • Watts
  • White
nov 13 2009 ∞
may 21 2010 +
user picture Dunkelbunt: lovely collection of names! ('felix' is latin though.) jan 12 2010
user picture andres boy: Huh, so it is. The website I got my source from must've been incorrect, or perhaps they meant it was very popular in Germany. What a shame, anyways. I preferred thinking it was German. C'est la vie. (Changed.)
user picture andres boy: Oh! And of course, thank you kindly for your compliment. :)
user picture Dunkelbunt: oh, it's definitely very popular here, half of the children are called felix. the other 50 percents are called justin (: felix means glueck in german, at least i think so, that would be a strange name (: jan 14 2010