Anglo-baby refers to Anglo baby names and meaning or names popular in England during the Middle Ages. Anglo-baby male characters include Alwin, Chad, Cuthbert, Edgar, Edmund, Edward, Godwin, Harold, and Wilfred. Interestingly, Edward, Alfred, and Wilfred are still famous. There aren’t as many recognizable female names, including Audrey, Hilda, and Mildred. Only Edith is a popular name today.

Anglo Baby Names and Meaning 

Overview of Anglo names, including both male and female names. Anglo is a term created to describe people who have English roots. Interestingly, most Anglo-Saxon baby names are still prevalent in England, but some are also used in other English-speaking countries such as America and Australia.

Below you’ll find a few examples of popular Anglo-baby names: Edward (male) and Audrey (female). This list is by no means comprehensive, so feel free to add more!

Name Meaning Gender
Aiken sturdy, oaken Male
Alodie wealthy Female
Alston from the old manor Male
Anson son of a nobleman, son of Ann or Hans Male
Ansen, tenderly beloved, little darling Female
Archibald bold prince Male
Arch Archie, Archy, Arkady, Arky Male
Avery ruler of the elves Both
Bardon barley valley Male
Berkeley from the birch meadow Male
Bliss joy Female
Boyden a herald Male
Braxton brock’s town Male
Capri the goat Female
Darlene tenderly beloved, little darling Female
Eamon wealthy guardian Male
Elvis all wise, noble friend Male
Faina joyful Female
Garett powerful with the spear Male
Githa gift Female
Graham warlike Male
Irvin lover of the sea Male
Kendra understaning, knowledge Female
Kirby from the church town Female
Lynn a cascade Female
Maynard remarkable strength Male
Mildred mild, power Female
Morton city on the moor Male
Randolph shield, wolf Male
Walburga a might defender, a fortress Female
  • Anglo Baby Names and Meaning
    Anglo Baby Names and Meaning

Anglo Indian Girl Names

Alfred, Audrey, Edith, Hilda, and Mildred are still used. 

And some others like Alwin, Albert, Arthur, Bertram, Cuthbert, Cyril, Edgar, and Godwin.

NAMES MEANING GENDER
Andrea Feminine of Andrew; a defender of mankind who is manly and strong Girl
Avery Confirmation; they are an Elf ruler; a sage Unisex
Carolyn A joyful song of happiness Girl
Chelsea A chalk wharf Girl
Clover A plant that origins from the pea family and is a fodder plant for animals Girl
Darla Very dear one Girl
Darlene A child loved by all Girl
Dixie The French word for ten; southern state Girl
Hayley Hay Meadow Girl
Kendra Kendra means She is a Prophetess Girl
Megan A strong and capable woman Girl
Ardith The one fighting a good war Girl
Brona A brown-haired or dark-haired woman Girl
Cartimandua A name of the Brigantes Queen Girl
Coenburga Woman bold like a fortress Girl
Colley A black coloured bird Girl
Collibe Hailing from a dark, dull village with no source of light Girl
Courtnay Lives in the court; Courtdweller Unisex
Crews A family which once had lived as dwellers at a cattlepen or a cattlefold Unisex
Cuthburga A massive fortress Girl
Cuthburh One who keeps records Girl
Cwen A born Queen Girl
Cyne A Royal person Girl
Cyneburg Daughter of a King Girl
Cyneburga The one from the Royal fortress Girl
Cyneburh A famous personality Girl
Darelene Sweet and lovable Girl
Darelle Gently loved Girl
Dawn Daybreak time Girl
Denegyth A healthy, cute and a master of great personality Girl
Eadberth It means a blessed person. Unisex
Eadburg Ead means ‘Fortune’ and burg means ‘Fortress’. Girl
Eadburga Ead means ‘Wealth’ and burg means ‘Protection’. Girl
Eadgifu They are a rich gift to mankind Girl
Eadgyth Wife of a wise counsellor Girl
Eadgytha Wise wife of a counsellor Girl
Eadhild Maid of a rich battle Girl
Eadlyn A healthy and wealthy friend Girl
Ealhswith One who is lucky and fertile Girl
Earcongota One with broad visions and ideas Girl
Edhida One who is joyful and happy Girl
Edhita A happy natured person who is in love Girl
Edhitha The one who is prosperous and lovely Girl
Editha Blessed to be successful person or individual Girl
Edla A born Princess; they are efficient and joyous Girl
Eduwiges Fighting woman; one who is a good speaker Girl
Edwina A successful friend; a rich and wealthy friend Girl
Edwinc Warrior; one who has varied experiences Girl
Edyna One who came from edinburgh Girl
Egberthe A brilliant sword which is unique Girl

 

Modern Anglo Indian Girl Names

If you are looking for Anglo Indian girl names, these names will surely help you. Some popular Anglo Indian girl names include Angel, Blaine, Cadence, Clair, and Fallon.

Anglo Indian Girl Names
Anglo Indian Girl Names

Anglo-Saxon Female Names

To get an idea of what Anglo-Saxon female names were like, we can look at some examples. The most popular names were probably Edith and Godgifu, or as she was better known, Saint Edith of Wilton. Others include Eadgyth, Eadhild, Elfflæd and Warburg.

Names Meaning Gender
Egbertina A shinning sword which can kill Girl
Egbertine A pointed edge of sword; very sharp Girl
Eidyth Joyous and loving person Girl
Eidytha Joyous and lovely person Girl
Eldit A wealthy and sweet natured person Girl
Eldridge A sage like faithful and wise advisor Girl
Elfgifu A gift from the Elves Girl
Elfin One who is the ruler of the Elves Girl
Elivina A beautiful friend of the Elves Girl
Ellan Bright and shining light of magic Girl
Ellette A little, magical Elf Girl
Elswyth this means elf from the willow trees. Girl
Elwine this name means a friend of the elves. Girl
Engelieth a battle. Girl
Eoforhild a battle of boars. Girl
Eormengyth somebody who takes a public oath. Girl
Eormenhild someone who has taken a public oath. Girl
Eostre goddess of the dawn. Girl
Eowyn she was a shieldmaide of King Theoden. Girl
Esla it is an Anglo-Saxon word meaning truth. Girl
Ethelinda Noble serpent Girl
Eubank an Anglo-Saxon surname possibly Unisex
Fone Variant of Celtic name ‘Fionn’ Girl
Frideswid Peace that is sustainable Girl
Frideswide Refers to sustainable peace. Girl
Fridiswed One living with peace Girl
Fridiswid One who is with peace Girl
Fridswed Oh who like peace Girl
Gaega A topographic name; hill and stream Girl
Georgianna Similar to Georgeanna Girl
Georgina A form of Georgia Girl
Goldiva Varient of name Godifu which means the precious gift of god to the parents. A great blessing from God. Girl
Goode the person who performed good Unisex
Haedde A deserving, low-born woman Girl
Haeddi One who deserves something Girl
Hagona An Anglo-Saxon name for a low botn women Girl
Hairud She of fame and honor Girl
Herelufu means here (army) + lufu (love) Girl
Herley Individuality, Self confidence, Independent Unisex
Hicela An old Anglo-Saxon female name Girl
Hlappa A name given to a low-born daughter Girl
Hlossa A low-born daughter’s name Girl
Hlud A low-born child’s name Girl
Hluda A daughter who is of low status Girl
Hluppa A woman who was born in a low status Girl
Hoca A woman who is of low rank Girl
Hocca A name given to she who is of low rank Girl
Hocga An Anglo-Saxon old girls name Girl
Hounild A female name of Anglo-Saxon origin Girl
Hounilda A girls name of Anglo-Saxon origin Girl
Modern Anglo Indian Girl Names
Modern Anglo Indian Girl Names

Anglo Indian Christian Baby Girl Names

Audrey and Hilda are female Anglo Indian Christian names. Audrey was first given to children in England, Ireland, and Scotland in 1905. In India, Hilda is a popular baby name for girls born during the 1940s.

Both names were given to American babies when Western culture became more widely accepted. Mildred is a mild version of Millicent that dates back to 1194 AD in Britain.

Names Meaning Gender
Aamanda One who is much loved Male
Aamber Resembling the jewel ; a warm honey color Female
Aaria A beautiful melody Male
Abarrane Hebrew for ‘father of many’ Male
Adelaide German for ‘noble and kind’ Female
Amora Spanish for love Male
Belcia Pretty Male
Belinah Spanish for ‘one who brings wisdom’ Both
Beny Blessed Male
Beth God is My Oath, House of God, Form of Elizabeth, House, God’s Promise Male
Bianca Italian for white Female
Bina A Musical Instrument, Freshness, Harmonious, Melodious Male
Brielle French for ‘of God’ Male
Cady Simple Happiness, Hillock, A Rhythmic Flow of Sounds, Pure Female
Carly Free Woman, Caring to All, Form of Caroline, Womanly Female
Cassandra Greek for a prophetess Male
Catalina Spanish for pure Male
Cate Innocent; Diminutive Form of Katherine; Pure Female
Celeste Latin for heavenly Male
Celia Blind, Form of Cecilia, Heavenly, Divine Female
Dahlia Scandinavian for ‘from the valley’ Male
Daicy Knowledgeable Male
Daisy Eye of the Day, Flower Name, Day’s Eye Female
Davina Hebrew for cherished Female
Dency Strength, Determination, Cute Female
Maynard remarkable strength Male
Mildred mild, power Female
Morton city on the moor Male
Randolph shield, wolf Male
Walburga a might defender, a fortress Female
Anglo-Saxon female
Anglo-Saxon female names

Christian Anglo Indian Names

Anglo names are great for Christians because most of them have Old Testament names such as Abraham, David, Jacob and Ruth. Anglo-Indian and Anglo-African names may be fun if you don’t want your child to grow up with a familiar name.

Names Meaning Gender
Aaron Sea or water Male
Adrian A person with paramount strength Female
Alby A city surrounded by white hills Male
Abner Father of Light Male
Benett Honourable or blessed Female
Brion Strong and honourable Male
Collin A creative person Male
Cyril Majesty or King Both
Dylan One who wins over people’s minds Male
Eliphaz An endeavour of God Male
Eliot A firm believer in God Female
Eric A ruler of peace Male
Ethan Strong and powerful Male
Felix A fortunate person Female
Feivel God Assists Female
Fergus A person of great strength Male
Filbert Extremely bright, brilliant Male
Gerard Strong-hearted or brave-hearted Female
Harold Ruler of the army Male
Hughe Heart, mind and spirit Female
Hadrian Dark Male
Hyman Life Male
Cady Simple Happiness, Hillock, A Rhythmic Flow of Sounds, Pure Female
Carly Free Woman, Caring to All, Form of Caroline, Womanly Female
Cassandra Greek for a prophetess Female
Catalina Spanish for pure Male
Cate Innocent; Diminutive Form of Katherine; Pure Female
Celeste Latin for heavenly Male
Celia Blind, Form of Cecilia, Heavenly, Divine Male
Dahlia Scandinavian for ‘from the valley’ Female
Daicy Knowledgeable Male
Daisy Eye of the Day, Flower Name, Day’s Eye Female
Anglo Indian Christian baby
Anglo Indian Christian baby girl names

Anglo-Saxon Names

If we are to define it based on current widespread usage, an old English one is Anglo-Saxon. Old English names would have been common from around 400 AD to about 1200 AD and include popular titles such as Aethelred (later Aethelstan), Alfred, Cuthbert and Edgar. However, most of these died out over time, with new, more fashionable words coming in.

Names Meaning Gender
Agilberht Name of a Bishop Boy
Aiekin Oaken Boy
Aldfrith Name of a King Boy
Aldhelm Name of a Bishop Boy
Alfric Elf King; A Variant of name Aelfric Boy
Almund Noble Protection; Defender of the Temple Boy
Andrea Feminine of Andrew; a defender of mankind who is manly and strong Girl
Ardith The one fighting a good war Girl
Arlo manly, strong Boy
Atol Someone who is hateful Boy
Attwell Lives by the Spring; Someone who lived by the stream Boy
Atwater From the Water Edge; Someone who lived by the River or Lake Boy
Atwell Lives by the Spring; Someone who lived by the stream Boy
Averel Old English – Boar like in Battle; A variant of Averill Boy
Averell Old English – Boar like in Battle; A variant of Averill Boy
Averil Old English – Boar like in Battle; A variant of Averill Boy
Averill Old English – Boar like in Battle; Derived from the elements ‘eofor’ meaning boar Boy
Avery Confirmation; they are an Elf ruler; a sage Unisex
Aylett One who has noble and great personality Boy
Baldwinn A bold and beautiful person Boy
Beorma A name of a man who inhabited Bermingham. A name probably means fermented or frothy in Old English Boy
Bordan One who comes from the valley of bears Boy
Borden He lives in the valley of bears Boy
Bradwin A bearded friend Boy
Brandon One who is a brave, vigilant person Boy
Bras It is a surname Boy
Braxton Settlement of the Brock Boy
Bron A dark or brown man Boy
Christian anglo Indian
Christian anglo Indian names

Anglo-Saxon Names Boy

Anglo-Saxon baby boy names have a Germanic influence and often begin with A or E. For example, Eadmund and Edwin are popular Anglo-Saxon baby boy names. Edric is also a recognized Anglo-Saxon baby boy name.

Parents who want to give their child an old-fashioned-sounding name may choose any of these names. While they don’t always mean much, they sound nice together. Both popular boys’ names frequently appear in the Top 500 charts worldwide.

Names Meaning Gender
Cedd Name of a bishop Male
Eadgard Lucky spearman Female
Agilberht Name of a bishop Male
Swift Swift Male
Mars Leucetius God worshipped at Bath Female
List Cunning Male
Andswarian Answers Male
Bearn Son Both
Nechten Name of a king Male
Grahem Warring Male
Larcwide Counsel Female
Ryce Powerful Male
Deogol Secret Male
Aldhelm Name of a bishop Female
Yrre Anger Female
Sheply From the sheep meadow Male
Rypan Plunders Male
Ruadson Rowe’s son Female
Bowdyn Messenger Male
Tredan Tramples Female
Slecg Hammer Male
Ator Venom Male
Oswine Name of a king Female
Oxa Ox Female
Nodens A British god Female
Brion Strong and honourable Male
Collin A creative person Female
Cyril Majesty or King Male
Dylan One who wins over people’s minds Male
Eliphaz An endeavour of God Female
Eliot A firm believer in God Male
Eric A ruler of peace Female
  • Anglo-Saxon names boy
    Anglo-Saxon names boy

Anglo-Saxon Names Girls 

Amabel, Athelthryth, Beatrice, Christina, Clementia, Constance, and Edith. And some like Adalard, Alfred, Cuthbert and Wilfred. Some other Old English baby names for girls include Aethelflaed, Aelfthryth, and Eadgifu. Boy names include Alwin (Alwine), Edwin, Godwin and Harold.

Names Meaning Gender
Cartimandua Name of a queen of Brigantes Male
Edit Joyous Female
Cwene Queen Male
Claennis Purity Male
Darelene Tenderly loved Female
Amnisty Freedom Male
Blerung Blessing Male
Odelyn Little wealthy one Both
Aisly Dwells at the ash tree meadow Male
Bodiccea A queen of the Iceni Victory Male
Odelyna Little wealthy one Female
Eacnung Bears children Male
Etheswitha Name of a princess Male
Aerlene Elfin Female
Udela Wealthy Female
Wendelin “The wanderer,” from the Anglo-Saxon wendan, to go, to turn, etc. Male
Osburga Name of a queen Male
Cearo Sorrow Female
Eldrida Wise or prudent advisor Male
Aedre Stream Female
Acca From Acca Male
Dohtor Daughter Male
Beomia Battle maid Female
Cyst Best Female
Sunn Gift of the sun Female
Ruadson Rowe’s son Male
Bowdyn Messenger Female
Tredan Tramples Male
Slecg Hammer Male
Ator Venom Female
Oswine Name of a king Male
Oxa Ox Female

FAQ’s

What is a good Anglo-Saxon name?

Some favorite Anglo-Saxon names for boys include Edmund, Edward, Godwin, and Harold. Wilfred is another popular name among men of that period. Audrey, Hilda, and Mildred are some favorites if you’re looking for a girl’s name. Edith is also a common name during that period. Take care to choose your baby’s name carefully; it will follow them throughout their life!

What is the rarest name for a baby?

Girls typically have more names than boys, and last names are sometimes used as first names. A male Anglo baby’s name is most likely Eustace or Theodore, and a female name is Adelaide or Mabel. The rarest girl’s name is Edith, followed by Gertrude, Mildred and Edwina. The rarest boy’s name is Cuthbert.

What name is the rarest name?

First, let’s look at which names are most popular today. The Social Security Administration regularly releases lists of top baby names. For boys, based on births in 2015, here are five of them: Liam, Noah, Mason, James, and William. Here are five of 2015’s top girl names: Olivia, Sophia, Emma, Ava, and Isabella.

What is a good old English name?

A good old English name is a name that looks respectable, powerful, and worthy of trust. It can also be a little challenging to pronounce at first. Examples of these kinds of names include Edgar, Cuthbert, and Godwin. For centuries, these Anglo-Saxon names might have been passed down through your family tree.

To Summarise

Anglo baby names were unique for their time. Many were created by adding prefixes and suffixes to Anglo-Saxon words. Some common suffixes were: ‘wine’, meaning friend, ‘ing’, which meant descendant of, and ‘rig’, which meant ruler. Alfred is made up of three common prefixes and two suffixes.

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