Names are usually listed under their modern spelling and as many are still in use, to save space I have listed their meanings under the modern equivalent. Meanings for Biblical, Latin, Greek and Germanic/Norman names can be found in English First Names and there are separate sections for Norse, Celtic, and Saxon names.
|Main index||Contents of Onomastikon|
|Names||Introduction, diminutives, popular names|
|Norman||Names of Germanic origin brought by the Normans|
|Biblical||Names of Biblical origin|
|Celtic||Names of Celtic origin|
|Greek||Names of Greek origin|
|Latin||Names of Latin origin|
|Norse||Names of Norse origin|
|Saxon||Names of Saxon origin|
|Rarities||Unusual names from various sources|
|Early Modern||Male and Female names post-1600|
|Puritans||Virtue and slogan names|
|Rulers||Norman, Plantagenet, Tudor, Stewart, Commonwealth, Restoration, Hanover, Saxe-Coburg, Windsor|
This collection of names was compiled by Kate Monk and is ©1997, Kate Monk.
Copies may be made for personal use only.
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