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Names That Start With L L

For your future little lovebug, we’ve got a great collection of baby girl and baby boy names that start with the letter L. Love these picks!

Labhrainn

Scottish Origin

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Labhras

Gaelic Origin

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Lacee

English Origin

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Lacey

Much like the fabric this name conjures up, Lacey sounds a bit fussy, a bit frilly, and a whole lot girly. Read More

Lacey

If there was any name made to be a girls' name, it's Lacey. Don't even think about bringing this one over the boys' side... Read More

Lach

English Origin

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Lache

English Origin

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Lachlan

Scottish: Land of lakes, land of lochs; originally a Scottish nickname for someone from Norway

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Lachlann

Gaelic Origin

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Laci

English Origin

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Lacy

Despite its delicate and feminine association, this name is borne of a hostile invasion. Lacy—and its variants—come from... Read More

Lada

Russian: An Eastern European goddess of spring and love, Lada was worshipped throughout Lithuania, Poland, and Russia.

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Ladbroc

English: Lives by the path by the brook

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Ladd

English: Young boy

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Ladislas

Slavic: Rules with glory; variant of Vladislav

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Ladon

Greek: Dragon of Hera

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Laec

English Origin

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Laertes

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Laestrygones

Greek: A name from the Greek mythology. The Laestrygones were a race of giant cannibals who played a gruesome part in the Odyssey...

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Laetitia

Irish Origin

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Lafayette

French: This is a surname used as first name; At the age of 20, the French nobleman Marquis de Lafayette fought for four years in...

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Laila

Arabic: Born at night, nightfall; Qays, a seventh-century Arab poet, named the central character in his poems Laila.

Finnish Origin

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Laili

Hebrew Origin

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Lailoken

A name from Celtic mythology of a Scottish lord and madman with prophetic abilities. Lailoken may have been the source for... Read More

Laina

English Origin

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Lainie

Scottish Origin

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Laius

Greek: The mythological father of Oedipus

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Lakeland

An Anglicized form of Lachlan, Lakeland sounds more like a term than a person's name. Better stick with Lachlan or try the... Read More

Laken

American: Nature name, taken from lake, a body of water

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Lakesha

English Origin

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