A cognate of Lucus, an Ecclesiastic Late Latin name thought to be a derivative of Lucius, which is from the root lux, which means ‘light.’
Derived from a Welsh surname meaning “son of Madoc.”
A habitational name from a place so called in Roxburghshire (Borders), named as the ‘settlement (tun) of Maccus’.
In Old French, it means ‘high-born’, ‘distinguished’, ‘illustrious’.
An anglicised spelling variant of the Irish name Odhrán, meaning pale or white.
An Irish baby name meaning ‘Island meadow.’
A fine-grained metamorphic rock that splits into thin, smooth-surfaced layers.
Derived from a Semitic word meaning “rock”.
An English baby name meaning ‘From the west meadow.’
The phonetic equivalent to Xander, a short form of Alexander, which is the Latin form of the Greek name “Alexandros”, which means “to defend” plus “andros” which translates to “man, warrior”.
Of Celtic and Gaelic origin meaning ‘little fire.’
A Hebrew baby name meaning ‘Gift from God.’
A Hebrew baby name meaning ‘God strengthens, or may God strengthen.’