220 Norman Baby Names With Meanings

How do you think of a world without names? Everything would be chaotic, right? Because the name is the unseen identity of a person. And no matter how advanced and modern we become, we’d always go back to our roots in searching for a meaningful baby name.

Norman baby names resemble French baby names to a great extent, largely because of the influence of French on the language. Even the surnames are written in the French form. Still, the names are kept as close as possible to the original name. More often than not, geography, language and time period are taken into consideration.

Just like most of the Europeans, even the Normans are very strict about the names. The first name should be clear and devoid of any mistaken identities. The second names are usually patronymics or place names.

Norman names were at the height of their usage in 1924. So it will make a unique and distinctive option if you select Norman baby names today. We’d suggest you pick a traditional Norman first name and an Anglo-Norman middle name to balance it.  Check out Momjunction’s collection of Norman baby names below. We have both first and middle names, along with a lot more.

NAMESMEANINGGENDERFAVOURITES
AlisonOf Noble BirthGirl
CalvinA hairless, bald manBoy
DanielA ProphetBoy
DelaneyOne who performs dark challengesBoy
EdithProsperous in WarGirl
EdwardOne who is like a rich guardBoy
Ericever or eternal ruler.Boy
JacobHebrew - Yahweh may protect; Holder of Heel; Supplanter; Derived from the Yaakov or Yakubel in HebrewBoy
JohnEldest son of Saul,God is Benevolent,merciful and graciousBoy
Joycethe word means rejoicing. People with this name have prominent part in their career and have capability to make others happy.Girl
JudithJudith name means YoungGirl
KateKate means ClearGirl
LaceyThe name derives from French Normandian TownGirl
MacyHill, one who comes from the hillsGirl
MalloryThe one who has no luckGirl
MilesOne who is proud of being a soldierBoy
NoraThe person who is possessing righteousness and brightness.Girl
OliverThe one who represents the emblem of peace or olive tree.Boy
RobertGermanic - Bright famous one; Famously Famous;Boy
WilliamWill or Desire to ProtectBoy
AalisA form of Alice, meaning noble.Girl
ÂbréhanNorman form of Abraham, meaning father of multitudes.Boy
AchardMedieval Norman form of Ekkehard. It means brave and hardy.Boy
AdeladeNoble kind, of the noble sortGirl
AimablleLovable, worthy of loveBoy
AleksandruNorman form of Alexander. It means defending men.Boy
AmiceFriendGirl
AncelFortunate, blessed, happyBoy
AnquetilGods' or Aesir's cauldronBoy
ArchambaultPrecious or true and boldBoy
ArlottoVagabond or trampBoy
AthanasyImmortalBoy
AuberAesir's bearBoy
AumontNorman form of Ormond, meaning one who is protected by GodBoy
AungèleNorman form of Angela. It means angel.Girl
AungélinaNorman form of Angelina. It means angel like.Girl
AzoufAesir's wolfBoy
BaironYoung warrior, an aristocratic title similar to Duke or Earl.Boy
BateNorman diminutive of Bartholomew. It means son of Talmai.Boy
BeaufordBeautiful fortressBoy
BekkrWhere the river narrowsBoy
BerislavTo take, to gatherBoy
BlazhHe who is sweet, pleasant and blessed.Boy
BogumirBogumir is derived from the elements bogu which means "god" and meru, which means "great, famous" or miru "peace, world".Boy
BoguslavGod's gloryBoy
BorisuSnow leopardBoy
BorivoiBattle soldierBoy
BozhenaDivineGirl
BozhoA diminutive of Bozidar, meaning divine.Boy
BratomilGracious and dear brotherBoy
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