L names

λ Л ل ל


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LakeLanaLaneLaria – Lar(is)aLarsonLauraLaurel – Lauren – Layla – LeahLeandro – Leanne – Lee – LeightonLeilani – León –  LeonardLeslieLiam – LibbyLiel – LilyLina

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Lincoln – Linda – Lindsay –  LindseyLisa –  LiviaLoganLoisLorenzoLorette – Lorna – Lorraine – Louise – Luana – Lucía – Luciana – Ludmila – Luigina – Luis – Luke – Lydia –  Lygia – Lynn


  • From: English surname which was originally from the name of a city in England, derived from Brythonic lindo & Latin COLONIA
  • Meaning: Lake, pool colony
  • Quenya: Mastolino (masto+ailin+[o] = village+lake, pool+[masculine names suffix])



  • From: Originally a medieval short form of Germanic names containing the element linde.
  • Meaning: Soft, tender.
  • Quenya: Milyë (milya+[ë] = adj. soft+[feminine names suffix])


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  • From: English and Scottish surname which was originally derived from the name of the region Lindsey. Variants: Lindsay, Lindsie, Linzi, Lynsay, etc.
  • Meaning: Lincoln’s island in Old English. See Lincoln entry here.
  • Quenya: Mastolintollë (masto+ailin+tol+[ë] = village+lake, pool+island+[feminine names suffix]) OR Mastolintollo (masto+ailin+tol+[o] = village+lake, pool+island+[masculine names suffix])

Mastolintollë Mastolintollo 

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  • From: Latin, feminine form of LIVIVS
  • Meaning: May be related to LIVIDVS which means blue or envious
  • Quenya: Luinë (blue) or Maryë (marya = pale, livid)


  • From: Surname which was originally derived from a Scottish place name.
  • Meaning: “Little hollow” in Scottish Gaelic
  • Quenya: Tittunquo (titta+unquë+[o] = adj. small, little, tiny+n. hollow, hole+[masculine names suffix])


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  • From: Possibly derived from Greek λωιων (loion)
  • Meaning: More desirable, better
  • Quenya: Anírimë ({an-}+írima+[ë] = {superlative prefix}+adj. lovely, desirable+[feminine names suffix])


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  • From: Italian & Spanish form of LAVRENTIVS. Common variant: Laurence.
  • Meaning: From LAVRENTVM (a city) which has its name derived from the word laurel.
  • Quenya: Laurentollo (Laurento+[llo] = orthographic equivalent of the city name+[ablative suffix meaning ‘from’])


  • From: Variant form Laurette which is a short form of feminine Laura
  • Meaning: See Laura entry here.
  • Quenya: Riellë (ría = garland. Riellë is an attested word and it means literally “maiden crowned with a festival garland”)


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  • From: Feminine name that might be based on a Scottish place named Lorne
  • Meaning: Unknown
  • Quenya: Lornë (orthographic equivalent in Quenya)


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  • From: The name of a region in France, Lorraine (German Lothringen) from Latin LOTHARI REGNVM
  • Meaning: Kingdom of Lotharwhich comes from Germanic name Chlodochar meaning “famous army”, derived from the elements hlud “famous” and hari “army”.
  • Quenya: Alcarossanië (alcar+hossë+aranië = glory+army+kingdom)


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  • From: French feminine form of Louis which is the short of LVDOVICVS , the Latinized form of Ludwig, coming from original Germanic Chlodovech composed by the elements hlud and wig. Variant forms include: Luiza, Alojzija, Loviisa, Luise, Luísa, Luisina, Luigina, Lujza, Ludovica, Lovise, etc.
  • Meaning: See Luis entry here.
  • Quenya: Alcarohtë (alcar+ohtar+[ë] = glory+warrior+[feminine names suffix])


  • From: The movie ‘Bird of Paradise’ (1932), in which it was borne by the main character, a Polynesian girl. The movie was based on a 1912 play of the same name set in Hawaii. Combination of Lou Anna with variants such as Luann, Luanne, Luanna, etc. Lou is shorter for Louise while Anna comes from the Hebrew חַנָּה  (Channah)
  • Meaning: See Louise entry and Anna here.
  • Quenya: Alcalmë (Alcar+alma+[ë] =  glory+good fortune+[feminine names suffix])



  • From: Feminine Spanish form of the Latin name LVCIVS, which was derived from LVX
  • Meaning: Light
  • Quenya: Cálië (cálë+[ië] = n. light+[feminine names suffix])


  • From: Feminine  form of the Roman name LVCIANVS, which was derived from LVCIVS which came from the Latin word LVX
  • Meaning: Light
  • Quenya: Cálellë (cálë+[llë] = n. light+[feminine names suffix])



  • From: Feminine Russian name (Людмила) composed by the Slavic elements  lyudu  & milu.
  • Meaning: “Favour of the people”. Lyudu means “people” & milu “gracious, dear”.
  • Quenya: Meldalië (melda+lië+[ë] = adj. dear+n. people+[feminine names suffix])



  • From: Diminutive of Luigia which is the Italian feminine form of Louis. 
  • Meaning: See Luis entry here.
  • Quenya: Alcarohtië (alcar+ohtar+[ië] = glory+warrior+[feminine names suffix])


  • From: Spanish form of French name Louis which is the short of LVDOVICVS , the Latinized form of Ludwig, coming from original Germanic Chlodovech composed by the elements hlud and wig.
  • Meaning: Famous Warrior. Hlud means fame and wig means warrior.
  • Quenya: Alcarohtar (alcar+ohtar = glory, fame+warrior)


  • From: Greek name Λουκας (Loukas)
  • Meaning: From Lucania (ancient district of southern Italy). Lucania comes from Greek word λύκος (lukos) meaning wolf. Variants include: Lucas, Lucca, Lluc, Luka, Luuk, Lukáš, Lúcás, Lukács, Luc, etc. 
  • Quenya: Narmondollo (narmo+{ndor}+[llo] = wolf+{-land in compounds}+[ablative suffix from])


  • From: Greek name derived from city Λυδια (Lydia)
  • Meaning: From Lydia (the city)
  • Quenya: Lityallë (Litya+llo+[ë] = Orthographical equivalent of Lydia+ablative case suffix+[feminine names suffix])

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  • From: Variant Portuguese feminine form of Ancient Greek Λιγεια (Ligeia) derived from λιγυς (ligys)
  • Meaning: Clear-voiced, shrill, whistling
  • Quenya: Vanómië (vanima+óma+[ië] = adj. fair+n. voice+[feminine names suffix])



  • From: Masculine and feminine name coming from an English surname which was derived from Welsh llyn. Variant forms include: Lynna, Lynne, Linnie, Lyn, Lyndi, etc.
  • Meaning: Lake
  • Quenya: Ailinon (ailin+[on] = n. pool, lake+[masculine names suffix] OR Ailinië (ailin+[ië] = n. pool, lake+[feminine names suffix])

Ailinon Ailinië

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