Royal Names

Male Names
  • Baron (Germanic) - Freeman [English speaking countries]

    A baron is the lowest grade or title in the English aristocracy.

    Baron William is the name of Donald Trump's son with wife Melania.

  • George (Greek) - Earth worker [English speaking countries]

    There have been six British kings called George, and Saint George is the patron saint of England, knights, armorers and archers. This is also the first name of US President, George H. W. Bush and his son, President George W. Bush, and the first US Preside

  • Howard (English) - Sheep herder; pig guard; high warden [English speaking countries]

    Howard is the family surname of the English Dukes of Norfolk. Famous members of the family include Katherine Howard, the fifth wife of Henry VIII and Thomas Howard, her uncle and the uncle of Anne Boleyn.

    Other people bearing the surname H

  • Justin (Latin) - Righteous, just, fair [English speaking countries]

    There were two Byzantine emperors named Justin. Justin Martyr was an early Christian apologist and saint. Justin Timberlake is an American singer.

    Justin was the 8th most popular name in Quebec in 2006.

  • Rudolph (Germanic) - Famous wolf; wolf fame [English speaking countries]

    Although ironic in light of its meaning, very well known in respect to the Christmas tale "Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer".

    Famous bearers include movie star Rudolph Valentino (known as "The World Greatest Lover"), politician and former may

  • Spencer (French) - Someone who gives out goods [English speaking countries]

    From the French word to dispense.

    Surname of the Princess of Wales, Lady Diana Spencer.

  • Stephen (Greek) - Crown [English speaking countries]

    St Stephen was the first Christian martyr, his stoning is depicted in the New Testament book of Acts. St Stephen's Day is 26 December.

    There have been nine Popes named Stephen, five kings of Hungary named Stephen and one King of England. G

  • William (Germanic) - Will, desire + helmet, protection [English speaking countries]

    William comes from the Germanic elements 'wil' (will, desire) and 'helm' (helmet, protection). It was the 10th most popular name for boys in the US in 2006, and the 7th most popular in the UK.

    There have been many rulers named William, incl

Female Names
  • Katherine (Greek) - Pure [English speaking countries]

    From the Greek Aikaterine of uncertain origin, but associated with the Greek 'katharos' (pure). The name Katherine has been popular since the Dark Ages, and was used by many European royal families over the centuries.

    Katherine Swynford wa

  • Sarah (Hebrew) - Princess [English, French, German, Hebrew, Norwegian and Swedish speaking countries]

    In the Old Testament, Sarah was the wife of Abraham, and the mother of Isaac.
    Her name was first Sarai ("my princess"), which God changed to Sarah ("princess") as her descendants were to be the future nation of Israel.

    Famous bearer

Gender Neutral Names