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Barlow is a very old English name that derives its name from the Old English Berlawe, a compound of two Old English words - “bere”, which was "barley", and “leag” which means "clearing".
Hungarian short form of Barnabas.
Greek form of an Aramaic name.
Hungarian form of Barnabas.
French form of Barnabas.
Medieval English form of Barnabas.
Barnat is a Hungarian variant of Bernard.
Barnes could have two meanings depending on what it is derived from.
Barnett is a very old English name, derived from the Old English “baernet” which literally meant “a person who lived where land had been cleared by fire”.
Diminutive of Barnabas, Bernard or Barnaby.
Baron is derived from the Old French “barun” which was a title that was given to civil officials.
Variant of Bairre.
From a surname which was a variant of Barrett.
From a surname meaning "dispute" in Middle English, originally given to a quarrelsome person.
Means "fair hair", derived from Gaelic barr "head" and fionn "white, fair".
Older form of Barrfhionn.
Barrick is a place name which was taken on by people as identification for where they were from.
Variant of Barry.
Barrington is an Old English name that is a compound of three words, “bara” which was the nickname for a very troublesome person, “ing” which means tribe, and “ton” which means "settlement".
Barris is a Welsh name that means “son of Barry”.
Barrow is a locational name that was taken by people from a certain locality to identify themselves with the place of their birth.
Anglicized form of Bairre.
Short form of Bartholomew.
Hungarian form of Bartholomew.
Polish diminutive of Bartlomiej or Bartosz.
Dutch diminutive of Bartholomew.
French form of Bartholomew.
New Testament Greek form of Bartholomew.
German form of Bartholomew.