Old English Male Names: Old English naming practices include giving your new born baby family names, religious Old English name or Old English Christian baby Boy names, Traditional Old English Boy Names. Do you need help in searching for the perfect name for your baby Boy? Then, this list is for you! Make your pick from our list of Old English Boy Names and Meanings for New Born Starting from A to Z.
Old English Baby Boy Names Starting With A
Aballach ― Father of Modron
Accalon ― Lover of Morgan le Fay
Accerly ― A hopeful and truth loving person; Oak meadow
Aglaral ― Brother of Percival
Aglaval ― Brother of Percival
Ahlfrith ― Oswiu’s son
Aiwyn ― Wise friend
Alner ― variants of the name “Athelnoth”, which is composed of the Old English elements “athel”, noble and “noth”
Anguysh ― Father of Isolde
Antfortas ― Keeper of the grail
Arthgallo ― High honor
Asbury ― Fortress
Ashbey ― Ash tree farm
Ashe ― Ash tree
Attor ― Poison or Venom
Auctor ― Foster father of Arthur
Awarnach ― A giant
Old English Baby Boy Names Starting With B
Baldthryth ― It means to be gallant and valiant. It signifies a true warrior.
Baldulf ― A knight
Baley ― It means a bailiff or a law enforcer. It is a variation of bailey.
Beaumains ― One with white hands
Benoyce ― Name of a kingdom
Bernlak ― The Green Knight
Bersules ― A knight
Bicoir ― Father of Arthur
Bliant ― Healer
Boarte ― Name of Arthur’s son.
Brammell ― A broomwell; a well in the middle of a broom
Bredbeddle ― The Green Knight
Breri ― A messenger
Old English Baby Boy Names Starting With C
Cacamwri ― Servant
Cafall ― Name of Arthur’s dog
Calibom ― Name of Arthur’s sword
Calibumus ― Name of Arthur’s sword
Catterick ― Name of a battle in Arthurian legend.
Chadd ― Name of a saint who protects others
Chaddie ― The one who is warlike; a warrior
Chadrick ― A dairy farm; they are born out of battle
Chadwick ― Chad’s dairy farm; battle
Cheslee ― A meadow of camp
Chesley ― Clearing Woodland
Cheslie ― Camping on a meadow
Chetwin ― A little house
Chetwyn ― A cottage on twisted path
Claibourne ― One who hails from the earth; born from the earth
Clamedeus ― Name of a king in Arthurian legend.
Clayborne ― A river flowing near a clay bed
Cola ― Charcoal, a black material which is a form of carbon, and is made when an organic substance is heated in the absence of air
Colden ― A town where coal is found and obtained
Corbenic ― Name of the place where the grail was kept.
Crosley ― Meadow across the cross
Cydney ― Riverside meadow
Old English Baby Boy Names Starting With D
Daile ― Valley of love
Darwyn ― A gifted companion
Daton ― A dairy town
Daxter ― A person who dyes
Day ― A female servant; hope
Dayle ― Valley; an assembly
Dene ― One who belongs in a valley
Deona ― A church leader of a valley
Old English Baby Boy Names Starting With E
Eaduin ― An idealistic, prosperous and inspirational person.
Eadwine ― It means ‘Happy Friend’.
Eadwold ― An independent and a very tolerant person.
Eadwulf ― A person who is idealistic and has inspirational qualities; Its derived meaning from Old English where ead mean ‘Fortune ‘and wulf means ‘Wolf’
Eardwulf ― An idealistic and inspirational person .
Early ― It means ‘Noble Leader’.
Edd ― A royal; prosperous; guardian of wealth
Eetu ― Finnish form of Edward; Guardian of riches
Egerton ― Prosperous warrior; name of a place
Eilmer ― Noble and faithful being who is very famous
Elson ― this means someone who is from old town or Elli’s town or Elli’s son.
Elvyn ― this name means magical being or elf friend.
Emmerich ― it means powerful and rich.
Eored ― cavalry or band or troop.
Eorkonweald ― a group of horse mounted riders of Rohirrim.
Eorl ― a nobleman or chief of a tribe.
Ethelred ― noble counsel.
Ethelrede ― an archaic English word meaning noble counsel.
Ethelric ― noble ruler.
Ethelsige ― an Anglo-Saxon king.
Ethelwin ― an Anglo-Saxon name meaning a noble friend.
Ethelwulf ― a noble wolf.
Ethelwyn ― a word which means a noble friend in Anglo-Saxon.
Ethelwynne ― a masculinized Old English word meaning a noble friend.
Euell ― spring or source of a river.
Evelake ― in Arthurian legend the name of a king.
Old English Baby Boy Names Starting With F
Filmore ― A well reknowed person
Finch ― One who catches and breeds finches (a bird species)
Fintan ― “white-fire” or “white-bull”; deemed to be the only suvivor of Great Flood
Flinn ― “Son of a Flann”, i.e. male child of a red-haired man
Floella ― A combination of ‘Flo’ and ‘Ella’, it is a feminine word for flower
Floramaria ― Literally means flower of Mary, the mother of Jesus
Ford ― A causeway along a river or stream
Forde ― A river or stream crossing; variation of the name ‘Ford’
Forden ― An alternant of the word ‘Ford’, it represents a shallow place across a river or stream
Fordon ― A variated version of the name ‘Ford’, it represents a shallow passage across a river
Fordwin ― A rare name which refers to a river or stream crossing
Foxworth ― Variant of the word ‘Foxworthy’, it refers to an enclosure
Frealaf ― Split into ‘Frea’+’Laf’ meaning the ‘Surviving Master’
Freelove ― Derived from the Old English name ‘FriÃ°ulaf’, it translates to ‘peace-survivor’
Old English Baby Boy Names Starting With H
Hadlee ― Field of heather (A purple-flowered Eurasian heath)
Hadwinn ― Friend in war, an alternative to the spelling of Hadwin
Haglea ― Enclosed field, Enclosed meadow
Hailee ― silage clearing, Hay woods
Hallewell ― Holly Well
Hammond ― high protection, Home protection
Handleigh ― From the High Meadow
Handley ― Clearing in the woods
Hanleigh ― an alternate spelling of high meadow
Hanley ― Place name From the high meadow
Hargreaves ― Grove of the hares
Harlan ― hare land
Harlea ― related to hare clearing
Harlynn ― grey land
Harman ― Grey man
Hawleigh ― enclosed meadow
Hawley ― hedged meadow
Headly ― Clearing of heather
Heahstan ― Quiet, systematic, inventive mind
Heall ― Nook retreat
Heaton ― enclosure, settlement
Hebreward ― Army Protector
Hedley ― heather clearance
Hendrie ― A surname of the Scottish Clan Henderson, Son of Henry
Hendron ― Son of the HENRY
Henlea ― From the wood filled with wild birds
Henryson ― son of Henry
Herould ― Derived from the name Hebreweald, army, power, leader, ruler
Herward ― Army Guard
Old English Baby Boy Names Starting With L
Leland ― The one who lives near a fallow land or a meadow
Liulf ― A responsible and unique individual
Lleyton ― A settlemen in the meadow
Lovecraft ― One who is skilled, strength
Old English Baby Boy Names Starting With M
Mander ― English Gypsy – From Me; A nickname of beggar
Old English Baby Boy Names Starting With O
Ostrythe ― Name given to a divine Wolf; idealistic person
Oswyn ― A divine war; has lot of strength
Otess ― Another name for a settlement or a village; from Preston
Ozbej ― Slovene form of Ozwald, meaning ‘power or ruler’.
Old English Baby Boy Names Starting With P
Pinnel ― An English surname meaning little pine-tree
Old English Baby Boy Names Starting With S
Scot ― A form of Scott
Sherm ― A shear man
Shith ― To smite or to hit; a name for a metal worker or blacksmith
Stoney ― A form or similar to a Star