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Name Meaning Origin Popularity Other Gender
Uland

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

Anglo-Saxon

Benoic

From Ban

Anglo-Saxon

Edwy

Name of a king

Anglo-Saxon

Aylsworth

“Of everlasting value,” from the Middle English ai ( ever) and the Anglo-Saxon weorth (value).

Anglo-Saxon

Ceolwulf

Name of a king

Anglo-Saxon

Scowyrhta

Shoemaker

Anglo-Saxon

Scead

Shade

Anglo-Saxon

Pendragon

From the dragon's enclosed land

Anglo-Saxon

Dred

“The man who fears,” from the Anglo-Saxon draedan, to fear.

Anglo-Saxon

Ahreddan

Rescues

Anglo-Saxon

Dreng

Warrior

Anglo-Saxon

Agiefan

Gives

Anglo-Saxon

Beorn

Warrior

Anglo-Saxon

Wode

“Wednesday’s child,” based on the Anglo-Saxon Wodnes daeg (Woden’sday, i.e., Wednesday), in allusion to Woden, a Germanic god.

Anglo-Saxon

Seamere

Tailor

Anglo-Saxon

Tolan

From the taxed land

Anglo-Saxon

Aethelbert

Name of a king

Anglo-Saxon

Anbidian

Patient

Anglo-Saxon

Sceotend

Archer

Anglo-Saxon

Andwearde

Present

Anglo-Saxon

Betlic

Splendid

Anglo-Saxon

Sihtric

Name of a king

Anglo-Saxon

Feran

Advances

Anglo-Saxon

Bealohydig

Enemy

Anglo-Saxon

Bellinus

Name of a king

Anglo-Saxon