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Name Meaning Origin Popularity Other Gender
Uaid

Irish form of Walter

Irish

Uaine

Green, verdant

Irish

Ualtar

Strong fighter

Irish

Uba

Father, Lord

African

Ubadah

Serves God

Arabic

Ubald

“A brave spirit,” from the Germanic hugu (mind, spirit) and bald (bold, brave).

German

Ubaldo
Ubaydullah

Servant of God

Arabic

Ubel

Evil

German

Ubert

“The bright mind or spirit,” from the Germanic hugu (mind, spirit) and beraht (illustrious, bright).

German

Uberto

Italian

Uchechi
Uchenna

God's thoughts

African

Udale

Yew-tree valley

English

Udall

Yew-tree valley

English

Uday
Udayan

Rising, showing up

Indian (Sanskrit)

Udayasuryan
Udayle

From the yew tree valley

English

Udel

Yew-tree valley

English

Udell

Yew-tree valley

English

Udi

My torch, burning stick

Hebrew

Udo
Udolf

Wolf-wealth

English

Udolfo

Wolf-wealth

English

Udolph

Wolf-wealth

English

Uel
Ugo

A thinker

Italian

Ugochukwu
Ugra

Fierce, Powerful

Indian (Sanskrit)

Ugur

Luck

Turkish

Uilleac
Uilleam
Uisdean
Ujala
Ukiah

Deep valley

Native American

Uladimir
Uland

(The dweller on) the high land,” based on the Anglo-Saxon uppe (up, high) and land (land).

Anglo-Saxon

Ulberto

Bright or shining intellect

German

Ulbricht

Noble, bright, famous

German

Ulema

Scholars

Arabic

Ulf

Wolf

German

Ulfred

Wolf of peace

English

Ulfric

“The king of the elves,” based on the Anglo-Saxon aelf (elf) and the Germanic rihhi (ruler).

Anglo-Saxon

Ulger

Wolf spear

English

Ulices
Ulick

Little William

Irish

Ulises

Latin

Ulisse

Latin

Ulisses