Male Baconian names

John

– good god

Julen

– soft-bearded (symbolic reference to youth)

Domeka

– belonging to the ruler

Duniksi

– follower of Dionysus

Erdin

– blue

Yerk

– birch

Err

– golden

Giraud

– weather

Zeri

– white

Zeru

– sky

Zigor

– punishment

Zilar

– silver

Knowledge

– flower

Zorion

– happiness

Zuzen

– blond

Zumar

– elm

Zuhay

– tree

Ibar

– valley

Igon

– rise

Isoz

– Ice

Ikats

– Coal

Iksaka

– Laughing

Ixidor

– Isis’s gift

Imanol

– God is with us

Inaki

– ignorance

Indar

– force

Ineko

– unknown

Ion

– god is kind

Ipar

– northern

Iterri

– fountain

Ihinan

– dew

Itzal

– shadow

ц ц

– shepherd

Kemen

– courage, energy

Kepa

– rock

Kerbazi

– warrior

Kerman

– brother

Kimets

– sprout

Koldo

– famous warrior

Koldobika

– famous warrior

Xabir

– new house

Xalbadar

– savior

Xanthi

– holy Iago

– person

Ximon

– listening

Ximun

– listening

Ler

– pine

Lertksun

– aspen

Lehoy

– lion

Lizar

– ash

Lizardi

– ash grove

Lier

– maternity deity

Lon

– lion

Lorendi

– from Laurentum

Lorenzi

– from Laurentum

Lusea

– long

Luis

– famous warrior

Lukken

– light

Marz

– belligerent

Marko

– bellicose

Marcel

– warrior of Mars

Marcel

– warlike

Matiya

– gift of God

Matksin

– warrior of Mars

Mattin

– warrior of Mars

Mendebal

– western

Mikel

– who is like God?

Mitksel

– who is like God?

Nea

– shepherd

Nikola

– people’s victory

Odal

– blood

Orcas

– deer

Orion

– memory

Ortl

– heavenly vault

Orci

– heaven

Oscarbi

– clear sky

Ostadar

– rainbow

Ostargy

– morning dawn

Ostot

– thunder

Otos

– wolf

Otkoko

– wolf cub

Pansesska

– free

Ptksi

– free

Paulo

– small

Peiao

– rock, stone

Peel

– lucky

Peru

– rock, stone

Petri

– rock, stone

Pauline

– small

Salbator

– savior

Santatxo

– little saint

Sema

– son

Sendoah

– strong

Su

– fire

Theobaldo

– brave man

Tibalt

– brave man

Tipi

– small

Tksatksu

– stupid

Tkseru

– sky

Tsyxlar

– heather

Tksomin

– belonging to the lord

Todor

– gift of the god

Tubular

– ancestor of the Basques

Umea

– child

Ur

– water

Ukhin

– ocean wave

Frances

– free

Francisco

– free

Haritz

– oak

Harkate

– rock

Harz

– bear

Kerenskyug

– dragon

Hibey

– river

Chodei

– cloud

Hori

– yellow

Hats

– breath

Falls

– sun

Egun

– day

Egentsenti

– dawn

Eder

– beautiful, snow

Edorta

– defender of prosperity

Ezteb

– crown

Einger

– angel

Hetor

– good father

Ekild

– east

Ekain

– June

Ekayt

– storm

Elazar

– my god helped

Eleder

– eloquent

Eli

– god is my god

lorry

– spike

Endika

– home ruler

Eneko

– place in the slope of the mountain

Erlanz

– ready for travel

Erlea

– bee

Erramun

– wise defender

Errapel

– god alive

Erruki

– pious

Escuin

– correct

Esteban

– crown

Juli

– young

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