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Names That Start With U U

U baby names are not exactly understated. (Ulf or Ulla, anyone?) But don’t underestimate the awesomeness of the U! We’ve got a whole selection of boy and gir names to peruse.

Ualda

Hebrew: Deer

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Uatchit

Hebrew: Bird

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Udele

Egyptian: Another form of Hathor

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Uja

English: Prosperous or wealthy wolf

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Ulalia

German: Bright mind, bright spirit; variant of Huette

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Ulfred

Celtic: Jewel of the sea

Scandinavian: Wealthy

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Uli

Teutonic: Fom the noble land

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Uli

English: Special friend; possible variant of Edwina, a prosperous friend

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Ulla

German: Mistress of all

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Ulmer

Norse: Glory; in Norse mythology, the god of winter and skiers

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Ulric

German: Strong willed, from the Norse ullr, willful, determined

Latin: Familiar form of Ursula

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Ulu

German: Mistress of all, universal ruler

Teutonic Origin

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Ululani

German: Noble leader

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Ulyana

Teutonic: Universal ruler

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Uma

African: Second daughter (Nigeria)

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Umberto

Russian Origin

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Umm

Latin: Wrathful; variant of the Greek Odysseus, best known as a main character of the poet Homer''s two great epics. Ulysses S....

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Una

German: Noble leader

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Undine

Egyptian: Little mother

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Ungus

Irish Origin

Latin: One, unity, together; In Edmund Spenser''s epic poem The Faerie Queene, Una is the knight Redcrosse''s virtuous lady fair...

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Uni

Uni has the distinction of being both an expensive delicacy (sea urchin roe) consumed by foodies around the world, and a... Read More

Unique

Latin: Little waves, ripple, mermaid; In German mythology, undines were female water-spirits created without a soul, but if one...

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Unwin

Norse: A Dane

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Upchurch

Norse: Beloved girl

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Ura

Hindi Origin

Sanskrit: Precious stone, jewel

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Urbi

Greek: Heavenly, mythological muse of the astronomy

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Urho

Latin: Of the city

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Uri

Latin: Urban, lives in and belongs to the city; implies sophistication

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Urian

African: Princess (Nigeria)

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