Old English Baby Names, Names of Old English Origin

Old English Baby NamesOld English was the West Germanic language spoken by the Anglo-Saxons who inhabited ancient England. It is the ancestor of Middle English and English. Within the Germanic languages, Old English is classified as Ingvaeonic, related to Old Saxon and Old Frisian. Today many Old English names are still in use, for instance Alfred, Audrey, Edith, and Edward. If you like Old English names, check out our collection of Old English baby names for your little boys or girls.

Baby NameMeaningGender
AftonNamed For An Old English Town. First A Name For Boys. Variant Affton Exists.Female
AinsleyScottish/Gaelic. Named For The Place. Originally A Surname. Unisexual. Variants Include Ainslee, Ainsleigh, Ainslie, Ansley, Aynslee, Aynsley, Aynslie.Female
AinslieFrom Ann's MeadowMale
AldwynWise FriendMale
AlfredaFeminine Form Of Alfredo Counsels The ElvesFemale
AlgerNoble SpearmanMale
AlisonDiminutive Form Of Old German Alice, "Woman Of Noble Estate."Variants Include Aili, Alisann, Alisanne, Alisoun, Alisun, Allcen, Allcenne, Allicen, Allicenne, Allie, Allisann, Allisanne, Allison, Allisoun, Allsun, Ally, Allysann, Allysanne, AllyFemale
AlluraDivine CounselorFemale
AltonFrom The Old ManorMale
AlvinWise Friend.Male
AlvinaFeminine Of Alvin Meaning Wise Friend.Female
AnniceVariant Of Anne Or Agnes.Female
AnsleyFrom The Awe Inspiring One's MeadowMale
ArdenLofty. Eager.Female
ArleyFrom The Hare's MeadowMale
AshleeMeadow Of Ash Trees.Female
AshleighMeadow Of Ash Trees.Female
Ashley"Dwells At The Ash-Tree Meadow."Variants Include Aisley And Aisly.Female
AshlieMeadow Of Ash Trees.Female

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