Boy name with letter l: Baby Boy Names That Start With L

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Baby Names starting with letter L

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SEX

ORIGIN

MEANING

Lauro boy Filipino from the laurel leaf
Liberato boy Filipino liberty
Ligaya girl Filipino happiness
Liwanag girl Filipino light, bright
Liwayway girl Filipino  
Lualhati Girl Filipino peace, tranquillity
Luningning girl Filipino brightness, brilliance
Luzviminda Girl Filipino conj. of Luzon, Visayas &
Mindanao
Lacy girl English lacy
Lamar boy Spanish from the sea
Lance boy English land
Lancelot boy French land
Lander boy English of the land
Landon boy English from the long hill
Lani girl Hawaiian heaven, chief
Lara girl Russian from Larisa
Larisa girl Spanish the smile
Larissa girl Greek cheerful
Larry boy English from Laurentum, Italy
Latifah girl Arabic elegant, delicate
Latoya girl American  
Laura, Laurel girl Latin, English laurel
Laurence both English laurel
Laurent boy French crowned with laurel
Lavender both English a purple flowering plant
Lavina, Lavinia girl Latin woman of Rome
Lawrence boy English laurel
Lazaro, Lazarus boy Spanish, Hebrew God has helped
Lea, Leah girl Hebrew weary
Leander boy Greek lion man
Leigh both English field
Leilani girl Hawaiian heavenly flower
Leo, Leon boy Italian, French the lion
Leona girl Italian lion
Leonard, Leonardo boy English, Italian lion brave
Leonidas boy Greek lion like
Leonor, Leonora girl Spanish, Italian light
Leopold boy English people bold
Lesley girl English joy
Leslie both English joy
Lester boy English from Leicester, England
Leticia girl Spanish joy
Levi, Levy boy Hebrew joined
Lewis boy English famed warrior
Liam boy Irish strong willed warrior
Lian girl Chinese lotus
Lilianna, Lilliana girl English combination of Lily and Anna
Lily girl English lily flower
Linda girl Spanish pretty one
Lindsay, Lindsey both English from the lake settlement
island
Lionel boy English lion
Lisa, Liza girl English God is my oath
Lloyd boy Welsh grey
Logan both Irish from the hollow
Lolita girl Spanish sorrows
Lorelei girl German alluring enchantress
Loren both American laurel
Lorena girl English laurel
Lorenzo boy Italian laurel
Loretta, Lorretta girl Italian, English laurel
Lori, Lorie girl American laurel
Lorna girl Scottish fox
Lotta girl Italian free
Lou, Louis boy German famed warrior
Louie boy English famous warrior
Louisa, Louise girl English famous warrior
Lourdes girl French French place
Love girl English full of love
Lovette girl English little loved one
Lovely girl American loved one
Lowell boy English little wolf
Luciana girl Italian light
Luciano boy Italian light
Lucille, Lucinda girl French, Spanish light
Lucio, Lucius boy Italian, Latin light
Lucky both American fortunate
Ludwig boy German famous warrior
Luigi, Luis boy Italian, Spanish famous warrior
Lukas, Luke boy German, English light
Lulani girl Hawaiian highest heaven
Lulu girl English famous warrior
Lumina girl Slavic sunshine
Luna girl Italian the moon
Lunet girl Welsh holy image
Lunette girl French little moon
Lupe, Lupita girl Spanish from the river of the wolf
Luther boy English people army
Luz girl Spanish light
Lydia girl Greek from Lydia, Greece
Lynda girl Spanish the pretty one
Lyndon boy English from the flax hill
Lynette girl French pretty one
Lynn girl Celtic, Gaelic the lake
Lyra girl Latin the harp, lyre
Lyric girl English words of a song
Lysander boy Greek one who is freed

 

 

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Spanish Boy Names That Start With L

Boy Names That Start With L in Spanish

Looking for beautiful Spanish boy names that start with L for your little boy? You have come to the right place! 

Choosing the perfect baby boy name is an important decision you have to make as a parent. There are so many beautiful boy names in Spanish and every name has a different meaning.  The name you choose for your baby will be a defining piece of his identity since children usually grow into their names. You can think of it as the first gift you give to your child! 

So, the first thing you should check when looking for the best Spanish name for your baby is its meaning. Then, you can check its popularity, uniqueness, ask your parents’ opinion, consider honoring a family member, and most important – find a name that suits your little boy. 

Here we have gathered a list of Spanish boy names that start with L! To find the rest of the letters just look at the table below.

Click here to reach the full list of baby boy names that start with L

 

Spanish Baby Boy Names A-Z

Spanish Baby Boy Names A-Z

Spanish Boy Names That Start With L

Laban

Ladio

Ladislao

Ladolfo

Laercio

Laertes

Lahual

Lain

Lair

Lalo

Lancelot

Landerico

Landolf

Landolfo

Lanfranco

Larry

Laszlo

Laumer

Laureano

Laurelino

Lauren

Laurence

Laurencio

Laurent

Laurentino

Laurindo

Lauro

Lautaro

Lawrence

Lazzaro

Lea

Leal

Leandre

Learco

Lee

Leixandre

Lelio

Lemuel

Len

Leneo

Leni

Leo

Leocadio

León

Leonard

Leoncio

Leonel

Leonelo

Leonid

Leónidas

Leonides

Leontino

Let

Leto

Leuco

Leuter

Lev

Levon

Lewis

Liafdag

Liam

Lian

Líbano

Liber

Liberal

Liberato

Liberto

Libio

Liborio

Librado

Licas

Licerio

Licinio

Licio

Licurgo

Lidón

Lie

Ligio

Lihuel

Lindor

Linneo

Lino

Linus

Lion

Lionel

Lior

Lisandro

Lisardo

Lisias

Lisístrato

Livino

Livio

Llanos

Longinos

Lonhard

Lope

Lorenz

Loreto

Lot

Lotario

Louis

Loyola

Luano

Luca

Lucho

Lucian

Lucrecio

Ludovico

Ludwig

Ludwiq

Luigi

Luján

Lukas

Luke

Luken

Luperco

Lupo

Lutero

Luvencio

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Spanish Baby Boy Names A-Z

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Surnames starting with the letter L.

List of surnames starting with the letter L • Surnames.info

List of surnames starting with the letter L.

Surnames starting with the letter L — 543

LENKO

see LEDIN

9000 6 LEONARDOV

see LEDIN

LEONENKO

cm. LEDIN

LEONIDOV

03

LEONTIEV

see LEDIN

LEONTIEV

see LEDIN

LEONCHEV

cm. In Ryazan dialects, a fat child was called a cake. (F) Lepekhin Lipikhin figuratively about a person: about a portly, fat woman about a clumsy, fat woman is used as a praise for a plump, portly woman, a girl. and well. about a fat child. and well. about a slob (SRNG) (Brazhnikov)

LEPEKHOV

see LEPEKHIN

LEPESHKIN

see LEPEKHIN

LEPESHKOV

see LEPEKHIN

LEPILIN

pa diminutive form of the Russian name Bogolep (translation of the Greek Theoprepius) ‘Lepy’ in Old Church Slavonic beautiful, beautiful. Hence the word ‘splendor’ (Ф) The old adjective stucco beautiful, and became the basis of the nickname and then the surname. (E)

LEPIKHIN

see LEPEKHIN

LERMONTOV

The ancestor of the great Russian poet was the Scot George Lermont, who entered the Russian service in a year. (F)

LESANOV

see LEKSIKOV

LESIN

see LEKSIKOV

LESKIN

see LEKSIKOV

LESKOV 90 007

An outstanding Russian prose writer N. S. Leskov inherited his surname from his ancestors who served as priests in the village of Leski, Oryol province. (F)

FORESTERS

Foresters by the name of the father’s profession. In the old days, the forester was not only a forest ranger, but also a forest ranger, a timber merchant, a lumberjack, and also a hunter who hunted in the forest.

LESKO

see LEKSIKOV

LETNEV

These surnames are related to the name of the season of the year through the corresponding nickname or name. At the beginning of the Klim lived in Novgorod Quiet Summer. (E)

LETOV

cm. protein; burbot; vampire, ghoul. (E) Each of them could become a nickname.

LEKHANOV

cm. . Leshin

see LESHAKOV

LESHUTOV

cm. LESHAKOV

LESHCHEV

Surnames are most likely based on a non-baptismal name or nickname Leshch, such names by the names of fish were common in the old days. Another option, through the short form Lesha on behalf of Alex. (see Leshkin) and could previously sound Leshenko, with an accent on the second E. Fish bream has nothing to do with it! Hazel forest hazel. Leshchinsky descendants of the inhabitants of places abounding in hazelnuts. (F)

LIVANOV

The origins of the surname are different: Lebanon is either a shortened form of the ancient church name Livany, or a truncated form of the name Selivan. (See Selivanov. The seminary origin of the surname is also possible: from the Church Slavonic ‘Lebanon’ incense, or from the country of Lebanon, where the Lebanese cedar, revered by the Christian religion, grew, from which the aromatic resin used in worship was extracted. By the way, Lebanon also comes from the name of the country the name of Livanius, with which we began. (F)

LIVENTSEV

Livenets resident of the city of Livny, Oryol region. The Liventsy were notable for their passion for the flour dish salamata, hence the teaser: ‘The Liventsy broke the bridge with salamata’, hinting at a legendary event when the inhabitants were bringing a pot of salamata from the yard towards the voivode, believing that there was no tastier treat. (F)

LIVENTSOV

see LIVENTSEV

LIZOGUBENKO

Lizun, from the verb lick, one who licks, loves to caress, kiss. lizun suckling, puppy. Such a nickname could be given either to a child in the family, and it stuck to him, or to a womanizer. In the same row, the Ukrainian surname Lizogubenko and the Russian Lizogubov. Some are named Lisa, a short form of the name Elizabeth. (see Elizabeth) and maybe on behalf of Elizar.

Lizunkov

cm. Lizogubenko

Lizunov

cm. Lizogubenko

Likin

Lika diminutive form of glykerry names, glykeria, polycarp. (F)

LIKUNOV

Surname associated with the dialect word Likun; according to V.I. and Belarusian limar (rmar) saddler (D) Initially, patronymic from the father’s name according to occupation: limar ‘master who made a belt horse harness’ (from German in Russian, the first of two identical sounds r-r is phonetically changed to l ( Rymarev Limarev) this phenomenon is called regressive dissimilation.(N)

LIMONNIKOV

In Ushakov’s dictionary, the word lemongrass, tenderness, amiability is given, but it, apparently, is later, in earlier dictionaries lemongrass is only the name of the plant. Since this surname was not found anywhere else, except for the Arkhangelsk region. its basis can be suggested by local dialects. (Sim. Maybe lemongrass is lazy? But this is just an assumption. (N)

LIMONOV

Lemon in old Russia was little known to the broad masses, not without reason there was even a saying: ‘Lemons are not our food, they are eaten differently’ However, the peasant Gridya Limonov was registered on White Lake back in 1999. The answer is simple: Lemon is a truncated form of the name Filima (from the Greek ‘beloved’ (F) Here is Limonchik (Limonchikov) which may also be Jewish. (E)

LINEV

Tench fish. In ancient Novgorod, as recently found birch bark letters showed, the Linvy brothers lived with the names Som, Ersh, Okun and Sudak. (F) Linevich, Linichenko Ukrainian surnames Or from any of the names with the element -lin- Kalina, Lin,

LINEVICH

see LINEV

LINICHENKO

see LINEV

LINKEVICH

90 002 Linick — a diminutive form of an old name Lin (from the Greek ‘linos’ mournful song) Double n as a result of understanding the name as Linnik, that is, with the suffix not ik, but nik. It is also possible that Linik, Linnik could be a truncated form of the name Kallinik. (See Kalinin) (F) And through the form of Link, Linko, other surnames could also occur.

LINKOV

cm. figuratively a child born at the same time. (F)

LIODOROV

Liodor a truncated form of the name Iliodor (in Greek ‘gift of the sun’)

The association with something sticky has no basis! Here is a rare case when L. Lipat is the same Ipat (from the Greek ‘hipatos’, the highest) but with a prosthesis, that is, with an additional initial sound L. In Ostrovsky’s comedy ‘Slaves’ The housekeeper calls the old footman Miron Ipatych Miron Lipatych or simply Lipatych.(F)

LIPATOV

cm. Lipki is widespread, there are also Lipova, Lipina. And Lipetsk was originally called Lipsky.

LIPILIN

From the verb to sculpt, the nickname sculpted was formed, the one who sculpts badly (Dal)

LIPIN

Most likely from the name of Lipa, a short form of many names: Olympius, Alipy, Lipat, etc.

LIPOVTSEV

cm. 0007

The following explanation is possible. In the old days there was a rare baptismal Illyricum, from which the abbreviated form Lear could be, in any case, Petrovsky gives the form Lear, but then there would be Lirin.

FOX

All from the non-baptismal name or nickname Lis (like Lisa, see Lisin) Perhaps from various names with the base bald fox (see Lisenko) from fox yellow (see Lisykh) And also from the shortened form of names on Ales-Alice (Alisov Lisov) with the loss of the initial A, A large number of similar names gives rise to various assumptions. Most of the surnames are Ukrainian, or Russian, formed under the influence of the latter. Surnames ending in -ets, -sky can also come from geographical names.

LISAY

see LIS

LISENKO

All surnames are derived from nicknames derived from the adjective bald. The surname Lysyakov is a Russified form of the Ukrainian surname Lysyak. The surname is based on the nickname fox bald. Such Russified surnames, Russian-Ukrainian, are typical for the southern regions of Russia, bordering Ukraine. Couldn’t find an explanation for my own last name. I hope you will be interested in adding my last name to the already complete list. Lisenkov Oleg Lisenkov. Russified Ukrainian surname Lysenko. In Ukrainian, the vowels and and ы coincided in one sound, which is transmitted as and. The surname can come either from foxes (fox) or from foxes (bald) and, accordingly, two forms of Ukrainian surnames Lisenko or Lysenko. (U. Lysokon is an example of compound nicknames (surnames) common in Ukrainian

LISENKOV

see LISENKO

LISIN

Originally a patronymic from the Russian non-church male name Lisa. (N)

LISITSYN

see LISIN

LISITCHKIN

see LISIN

LISNYAK

see LIS

LISOV 9 0007

see LIS

LISOVENKO

see LIS

LISOVETS

see LIS

LISOVSKII

see LIS

LISOY

Surname became nickname: local northern fox, fox means yellow (H)

LISTRATES

see ALISTRATES

FOX

see FOX

FOX

see FOX

LISIUTIN

see LIS

LITVAK

Not all Litvinovs are descendants of Lithuanians. Russians also called Litvins Belarusians, who, before reunification with Russia (end of the century), lived for a long time as part of the Lithuanian, and then the Polish-Lithuanian state. In the Belarusian language, instead of the Russian soft d, it is pronounced dz. There was also a proverb about a Belarusian: ‘No matter how much a Litvin repents, he will dzeknet’ (when he starts speaking Russian) (F) Litvinets is one of the forms of nicknames for a Lithuanian, like a Ukrainian. Litvinenko, Litvinonko are Ukrainian surnames of the same origin.

LITVIN

see LITVAK

LITVINENKO

see LITVAK

LITVINETS

see LITVAK

LITVINOV 9 0007

see LITVAK

LITVINONKO

see LITVAK

LITVYAKOV

see LITVAK

LITOV

In the dialects of the Urals and Siberia, the word balls ‘eyes’ ‘balls to roll out’ is common, which is equivalent to the expression ‘goggle’. It easily became a nickname for a big-eyed (sighted) or big-eyed. The patronymic from the nickname became the surname. In the Nerchinsk district of Transbaikalia, the peculiar surname Sharoglazov was common (Central historical archive. St. Petersburg. The emergence of which is awaiting research. (N) The word ball has other meanings, see Sharovatov.

LITOVKIN

see LITVAK

LITOVKO

see LITVAK

LITHUANTSEV

see LITVAK

LITOVCHENKO

see LITVAK

LIFANOV

On behalf of Lifanty, Lifan, derivative forms or name Greek ‘reasonable’ or Vonifaty (from Latin ‘doing good, virtuous’ (U)

LIFANT’EV

see LIFANOV

LIFAREV

There is a whole nest of ‘dashing’ surnames: Likhanov, Likhin, Li Khovidov, Likhokhvostov and others (E) In general, the word dashing in Dahl’s dictionary has several meanings: valiant, grasping, brisk, daring, smart, bold, decisive; angry, vicious, vengeful crafty.

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