Men’s Anglo-Saxon names

Aglaeka

– both the demon (the villain) and the hero (warrior)

Aeglake

– both the demon (the villain) and the hero (warrior)

Aeselwalf

– the noble wolf

Aesewalfing

– the son of Aesewalf

Aeselbald

– noble and brave

Aseelverd

– noble guard

Aezilstan

– noble stone

Aelfelfrid

– noble world

Aell

– universal

Aella

– universal

Aelred

– wonderful adviser

Aelric

– noble rule

Aelfwain

– friend of elves

Aelfevaled

– n Elven Master

Aelfverd

– Elven protected

Aelfred

– adviser to elf

Aelfric

– Elven ruler

Aelfhair

– army of elves

Aelfar

– army of elves

Aesk

– ashen

Aetelbert

– noble and bright

Atelbercht

– noble and bright

Atelmaer

– noble and famous

Atelred

– wonderful adviser

Atelrik

– noble rule

Atelhard

​​- noble

Aiken

– made of oak

Bardalph

– bright, pure wolf

Bardolph

– bright, a simple wolf

Bertolph

– a bright, pure wolf

Brand

– sword

Brandi

– sword

Brandt

– sword

Brant

– sword

Wyerd

– brave warrior

Walfric

– the power of a wolf

Vibert

– a bright battle

Wildare

– army leader

Wilherd

– decisive

Winnston

– pleasure stone

Wine

– friend

Virtjorn

– high lord or lord

Garrick

– force of a spear

Godfrit

– the peace of the god

Daegberght

– bright day

Daegmund

– day guardian,

Drogo

– ghost, phantom

Dhelverd

– noble guard

Idwerd

– defending prosperity

Idwig

– at the same time welfare, wealth, prosperity, and war

Idgar

– noble, rich spearman

Idgard

​​- rich spearman

Ildvine

– old friend

Ildred

– elder

Kinebald

– splendid, brilliant brave man

Kinebil

– magnificent, brilliant brave man

Kinevard

​​- royal calm

Kinefrid

– royal calm

Kinyuerd

– magnificent, brilliant defender

Cuthbert

– vivid fame

Leofwein

– beloved, dear friend

Leofric

– beloved ruler

One

– insanity, inspiration, anger

Oerik

– ashen

Osbourne

– bear god

Osbeorht

– God’s light

Oswével

– the power of God

Oswin

– god friend

Osmond

– the defender of God

Osmund

– the defender of God

Randwallf

– wolf – defender

Selvin

– Friend

Siverd

– Marine Guard

Sigyuyerd – Winner and Defender

Siddha

– battle

Sidzheberght

– bright winner

Sina

– keen

Sinhelm

– brave defender

Siolsij

– ship – winner

Sirdik

– military leader

Tiv

– god

Tunor

– thunder

Frederik

– peace ruler

Hørebeortht

– splendid army

Hereward

​​- military guard

Heryueald

– leader of the army

Hildebeorht

– famous, vivid battle

Hreodbeorht

– famous

Hrothgar

– famous spearman

Aiken

– made of oak

E kin

– made of oak

Aikken

– made of oak

Eckberkt

– bright, famous

Eskgbricht

– bright, famous

Elwerd

– noble guard

Eforvin

– boar friend

Eoforherd

– strong like a boar

Ervig

– eternal ruler

Esmand

– God’s protection, grace

Esmond

– God’s protection, grace

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