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First Name Directory - Starting with L




This site is dedicated to maintaining a database of first names from all over the world. We are still working to add all meanings to the names and sort them by gender, ethic and other behavior.

Most names come from the European and Arab area, especially italian, spanish, french and german firstnames.


Laṭīf
Laṭīf, Arabic لطيف, DMG Laṭīf an Arabic name and surname is 'kind, friendly, sensitive'. Relating ʿAbd al-Laṭīf: "Servant of the delicate" (one of the 99 names of Allah).
Labib
Labib (Arabic: لبيب‎‎) is a masculine Arabic given name, it may refer to: Labib (Arabic: لبيب‎‎) is a masculine Arabic given name, it may refer to:
Laborc
Laborc is a Hungarian masculine first name.
Labotas
Labotas is a Greek male name.
Lachlan
Lachlan (/ˈlæxlən/, /ˈlæklən/ and /ˈlɒklən/) is a masculine given name of Scottish origin. The name is English and derived from Scottish Gaelic.
Ladas
Ladas is a Lithuanian given name, derived from LADA.
Ladislaus
Ladislav
Ladislav is a name of Slavic origin and a variant of the name Vladislav, likewise meaning “one who commands (vlad-) glory (slav)”, i.e., “glorious”. The name is popular among all Slavic nations as well as some neighboring non-Slavic countries. The female form of this name is Ladislava.
Laimonas
Sharon is a Lithuanian given name (abbreviated Laimis), derived from Laima and manta rays. The feminine form is Laimonė.
Laimonis
Laimonis is a Latvian masculine given name, borne by more than 1,800 men in Latvia. The name means "lucky", "happy" or "blessed" and is related to the ancient Latvian word laime ("happiness", "joy" or "luck", or the goddess Laima).
Laimontas
Laimontas is a Lithuanian given name (abbreviated Laimis), derived from Laima and manta rays. The feminine form is Laimontė.
Laimutis
Laimutis is a Lithuanian given name, derived from Laime (German Glück). The female form is Laimutė.
Laios
Laios (Greek Λάιος) or a Greek male given name was Laius (Latin).
Laisvūnas
Laisvūnas is a Lithuanian given name, derived from laisvė ('freedom'). The feminine form is Laisvūnė.
Lajos
Lajos is a Hungarian masculine given name, it is a cognate of the English Louis and may refer to:
Lakshman
Lakshman or Laxman is a common Indian name, most commonly used as a masculine given name. It derives from Lakshmana, the character of the Ramayana epic.
Lalji
Lambert
Lamberto
Lamberto is an Italian male given name taken from the name Lambert.
Lambros
Lambros, also spelled Lampros (Λάμπρος) is Greek masculine first name. Lambros means "shining, bright, radiant". As a name it is mostly found in Central Greece and the Peloponnese.
Lamin
Lamine
Lamine is a West African given name frequent especially in Senegal.
Lamoral
Lamoral is a French masculine given name was a family name.
Lamprecht
Lamprecht is an old German male given name.
Lance
Lance is an English male given name, originally derived from the Germanic name Lanzo. Lanny is a diminutive form of the name.
Lancelot
Lancelot is a masculine given name.
Landelin
Lander
Lander is a masculine given name.
Lando
Lando is both a masculine Italian given name and a surname. Notable people with the name include:
Landon
Landon is an original place of residence-related English surname and masculine given name derived from this, which occurs mainly in the United States and Canada as a variant of Langdon. The old English name had the meaning "Mountain ridge". Lanny is a diminutive form of the name.
Lane
Lane is an English (one, in a lane (= Street) lives), (anglicized), French, and Irish Gaelic family name (by: Ó Laighin, Ó Luain or Ó Liatháin) as well as a male and female given name derived from the English family name.
Laouenan
Laouenan is a masculine given name.
Larry
Larry is an English male given name, especially in the United States as a short form of Laurence, a variant of the Latin Laurentius.
Lasar
Lazar ([-z], Russian Лазарь), a form of Lazarus, is the first name of the following people:
Lassana
Lassana is a masculine given name.
Lasse
Lasse is the diminutive of the Scandinavian masculine given name Lars, is also used as an independent name. Lars is in turn the Scandinavian or Finnish short form of the Latin name of Laurentius; for the original meaning of the name, see there. A similar Swedish diminutive exists also in the given name Bo (diminutive: bosses).
Laszlo
László is a common Hungarian male first and family name, the Hungarian form of the male given name Władysław or Ladislaus.
Latif
Al-Latif (Al-Laṭīf لطيف, also anglicized as Lateef) is one of the names of God in Islam, meaning "Gentle". Latif can also be a male name, as short form of Abdul Latif, meaning "Servant of the Gentle". Its female form is Latifa. Al-Latif (Al-Laṭīf لطيف, also anglicized as Lateef) is one of the names of God in Islam, meaning "Gentle". Latif can also be a male name, as short form of Abdul Latif, meaning "Servant of the Gentle". Its female form is Latifa.
Laureano
Laureano is a male name and a surname, both deriving from Latin: Laurentius, meaning "laurelled". Alternate spelling include Laurean (Romania, Spain, Italy, Portugal, Puerto Rico, Brazil, France, Mexico, Yugoslavia) and Laurian (Romania, Italy, France).
Laurens
Laurens is a masculine Dutch given name, the equivalent of Lawrence. Notable people with the name include:
Laurent
Laurent is a French masculine given name of Latin origin. It is used in France, Canada, and other French-speaking countries. The name was derived from the Roman surname Laurentius, which meant "from Laurentum". Laurentum was an ancient Roman city of Latium situated between Ostia and Lavinium, on the west coast of the Italian peninsula southwest of Rome.
Laurentius
Laurenz
Laurits
Laurits is a masculine given name, a Danish and Estonian variant of the Scandinavian Lauritz, related to the English names Laurence and Lawrence.
Lauritz
Lauritz is a masculine given name, a Scandinavian form of the English Laurence or Lawrence. Another Danish and Estonian form is Laurits.
Laurynas
Laurynas is a Lithuanian masculine given name and may refer to:
Lawr
Lavr or Lavr is a masculine given name and a Russian form of Laurence or Lawrence.
Lawrence
Lawrence is a masculine given name.
Lawrie
Lawrie is a diminutive form of Lawrence, a variant of Laurence, an English male given name, which is also a family name.


Lazar
Lazar (Russian Ла́зарь; Serbian, Bulgarian and Macedonian Лазар, Lazar) or Llazar (Albanian: Llazar) is a male given name or a surname. This abbreviated form of Lazarus is especially common in various Slavic languages. It's also used in Albanian, Hungarian and Romanian. The name is derived from the Hebrew name אֶלְעָזָר (Elʿazar, or Eleazar), meaning "God has helped".
Lazare
Lazare is a French masculine given name, which derives from Lazarus and the Hebrew name אֶלְעָזָר (Elʿazar, "God has helped") is back.
Lazaros
Lazaros, Latinized Lazarus, is a Greek name for the St. Lazarus. By Lazarus or Lazaros are derived forms such as Lazare, Lazar Lazar.
Lazarus
Lazaros, Latinized Lazarus, is a Greek name for the St. Lazarus. By Lazarus or Lazaros are derived forms such as Lazare, Lazar Lazar.
László
László (Hungarian pronunciation: [ˈlaːsloː]) is a Hungarian male given name and surname after the King-Knight Saint Ladislaus I of Hungary (1077–1095). Other versions are Laszlo, Lazlo or Laszly and it is frequently anglicized as Leslie. It originates from the original Slavic version of the name, Vladislav, which means 'one who commands glory'.
Lázár
Lazar is a Hungarian name.
Lénárd
Lenard is a Hungarian masculine first name.
Lény
Lény is a masculine given name.
Léon
Léon is a masculine given name.
Léonard
Leonard is a French masculine given name of Germanic origin, celebrated on November 6.
Léonce
Léonce is a French masculine given name. People with the name Léonce include:
Léonel
Léonore
Leonore are as follows: a female name, variant of Eleanor, even given variant name Eleanor, a main character of Fidelio, Opera by Ludwig Van Beethoven, and the designation for three openings for the same opera Leonore Perrus (1984), a French Sabriste fencer, Leonore of prints of Valençay (1589-1651), a French written, prelates, base Leonore of holders of the Légion d'honneur, Leonore as follows: Leonore , a borough of LaSalle County, Illinois, in the United States, Leonore Fleischer, author of a novelization of the film by John Huston Annie, (ed. I read, 1982), Leonor can refer to: Leonor, a film by Juan Luis Buñuel 1975, Léonor Chabot, Lieutenant General and Governor of Burgundy during the wars of religion, Leonor François de Tournely (1767-1797), founder of the fathers of the sacred heart of Jesus, Leonor is a name: according to the list
Lóránt
Lorant is a Hungarian masculine first name. Andrew is his old form.
Lütold
Lütold, Leuthold or Lüthold is a German name, popular in the High Middle Ages.
Lőrinc
Héderváry is a Hungarian masculine first name.
Leander
Leander is the Latin form of the Greek, male first name of Λέανδρος (Lai) and is of the Athenian version of λεώς (leōs) the word of λάος (laos) "People" and the root form (* ανδρ ·) of the word ἀνήρ (anēr) "Man", carries the meaning "Man of the people" or "Man of the people" or about.
Leandro
Leandro is a masculine Spanish and Portuguese given name. The name is a variant of two other names: Leander, a character in the Greek myth Hero and Leander, and Lysander, a relative of the Greek name Alexander.
Lech
Lech
Lech is a Polish masculine given name. A common diminutive form of the name is Leszek.
Leendert
Leendert is a Dutch given name. Notable people with this name include:
Lefter
Lefter is a masculine given name. People named Lefter include:
Lehel
Lehel is a Hungarian masculine first name.
Leiderat
Leif
Lejs
Leland
Leland is an English surname and masculine given name derived from this. The family name goes back originally "broke this country" to an English place name with the old English meaning. The first name is used in particular in the United States.
Lelex
LELEX or Lelegas is an ancient Greek male surnames.
Lelio
Lemmy
Lemuel
Lennart
Lennart is a variant of Leonard most common in Sweden. Notable people named Lennart are:
Lennet
Lennet is a German masculine given name.
Lenny
Lenz
Leo
Leo is a male as well as female first name. In Germany, he is but usually as masculine given name used. Greek, Leon, Λέων. He is also the shorthand of different first names of that include this element:
Leon
Leon is a first name of Greek origin. The Greek λέων (leōn), meaning "lion," has spawned the Latin "leo," French "lion," Irish "leon" and Spanish "león." Perhaps the oldest attested historical figure to bear this name was Leon of Sparta, a 5th-century BCE king of Sparta, while in Greek mythology Leon was a Giant killed by Heracles. During the Christian era Leon was merged with the Latin cognate Leo, with the result that the two forms are used interchangeably. A similar Greek name to Leon is Leonidas, meaning "son of a lion", with Leonidas I, king of Sparta, being perhaps the most famous bearer of that name.
Leon
Leonard
Leonard
Leonardas
Leonardas is a Lithuanian masculine given name.
Leonardo
Leonardo is a masculine given name.
Leonardo
Leonardo is an Italian, Portuguese and Spanish form of the masculine given name Leonhard, the day March 30.
Leonas
Leonas is a Lithuanian masculine given name. People bearing the name include:
Leone
Leonhard
Leonhard is a German masculine given name, and - particularly in the name of Leonhardt - also a surname. The name comes from the old high German le(w)o ("Lion", old-fashioned and poetically called also "Leu") and the old high German harti ("hard, bold, brave").
Leonid
Leonid (Russian: Леони́д) is a Russian and Ukrainian version of the given name Leonidas. The French version is Léonide.
Leonidas
Leonidas is a Greek male name. Ancient Greek Λεωνίδας Leonidas
Leopold
Leopold is both a given name and a family name. Leopold is a form of the old high German name Liutbald, which is is composed of the syllables of the name liut (German for folk) and soon (old high German for "bold, brave") and means as much as "the bold from the people". The syllable is soon as second syllable almost exclusively in male names.
Leopoldas
Leopoldas is a Lithuanian male given name (derived from Leopold).


Lester
Lester is an English male given name and family name.
Leszek
Leszek is a Polish masculine given name diminutive of Lech.
Leutrim
Lev
Levent
Levente
Lalo is a Hungarian masculine first name.
Levi
Levi is a masculine given name. It is based on the biblical progenitor Levi (Hebrew לוי) and means "be connected". The first name of Levi can be but also the short form of the Hungarian first name Levente.
Levin
Levin is a masculine given name currently popular with German-speaking people in Switzerland. It is a modern German version of the Old English name Leofwine or the Old German Leobwin or Liebwin, meaning "dear friend." Dutch variants include Lieven and Lievin. A rare modern English variant is Lewin. It can also be a variant of Levi and is a surname with different origins.
Levin
Levni
Levon
Levon an Armenian male given name is (Լեւոն in Armenian) Armenian form of Leon.
Lew
Lew is a masculine given name.
Lewis
Lewis (/ˈluːɪs/) is a masculine English given name; it is a variant of the French name Louis, itself derived from Germanic (Frankish) Chlodwig; it is thus cognate with the various forms of "Louis" in other languages such as Ludovico, Ludwig et al.
Lewis
Lewis is a name common in the Anglo-Saxon. It's a variant of the French name Louis, which in turn was derived from the old high German/Frankish given name "Hluthwig" (Ludwig).
Lewon
Liam
Liam is a short form of the Irish name "Uilliam", a derivative of the Frankish name "Willahelm".
Lian
Liangchen
Liangchen is a Chinese given name.
Liaquat
Liaquat may refer to
Liberto
Liberto is both a given name and a surname of Italian descent.
Lienhard
Lieuwe
Lieuwe is a Dutch male given name.
Lieven
Lieven is a Flemish male given name. The name is derived from the old high German personal name of liobwini ("liob" for sweet, pleasant, loved, and "Steve" friend). The German equivalent is Liebwin. He is prevalent especially in Flanders, since it is the Flemish name of Saint Livinus of Ghent.
Ligitas
Ligitas is a Lithuanian given name. The female form is Ligita.
Lillo
Lillo is a masculine given name.
Linas
Linas is a Lithuanian male given name. It is the Lithuanian form of the name Linus, which derives from the Greek for "flax". The female equivalent is Lina. Linas may refer to:
Linas
A Lithuanian given name of originally Greek origin is Linas as Lithuanian form of Linus (LINOS, Greek:. Λινος = flax, also called linas in Lithuanian). The name includes the Association of flachsblonder hair - in the northern European country Lithuania not uncommon.
Lindy
Lino
Lino is a male given name and family name. Lino is the Italian, Spanish, Portuguese and Galician form of the name, Linus, who in turn from the Greek Λινος (LINOS) with the meaning "Flax" is derived.
Linus
Linus is a masculine given name. In Greek mythology, LINOS is the name of a son of Apollo and brother of Orpheus, who was the music teacher of Hercules. The most famous historical bearers of the name was named probably after this Pope Linus, a Greek who was according to Church tradition, first successor of Simon Peter as Bishop of Rome. Linus is also a character in the comic book series the peanuts.
Lionel
Lionginas
A Lithuanian given name and family name is derived from Longinus, Lionginas.
Liridon
Lisandru
Lisandru is a masculine given name.
Liubomiras
Liubomiras is a Lithuanian given name, derived from Ljubomir.
Liudas
Liudas is a Lithuanian given name. Liuda is the female form.
Liudvikas
Liudvikas is Lithuanian name and may refer to:
Liutauras
Liutauras is a Lithuanian given name. The feminine form is Liutaura.
Livio
Liviu
Liviu is a Romanian male given name, derived from the Latin Livy.
Livius
Lješ
Lješ (Serbian Cyrillic: Љеш) is an Old Serbian masculine given name, a diminutive of Aleksa.
Ljuben
Ljuben (Bulgarian Любен), Lyuben transcribed, a Bulgarian and Macedonian given name is also known as.
Ljubiša
Ljubisav
Ljubisav (Cyrillic script: Љубисав) is a masculine given name.
Ljubo
Ljubomir
Ljudevit
Ljudevit (pronounced [ʎûdeʋit]) is a Croatian masculine given name. The name comes from the word ljudi, meaning people. The name Ljudevit is also used as a translation of foreign names such as Ludwig or Louis.
Lloyd
Lloyd is a masculine given name.
Lloyd
Lloyd [loid] is a Welsh English name.


Lluís
Lluís is a Catalan male given name. The German form of the name is Louis, Luis is the Spanish form.
Loïc
Loïc is a male personal forename chiefly used in France and French-speaking countries.
Lodewijk
Lokman
Lok man is a Turkish given name for males. People named Lokman include:
London
London (English pronunciation [ˈlʌndən]) is a female as well as male first name.
Lope
Lope is a today given Spanish masculine given name.
Lorcan
Lorcan (pronounced Lor-ken) is an Irish Gaelic male given name.
Lorentz
Lorentz is a name derived from the Roman surname, Laurentius, which mean "from Laurentum". It is the German form of Laurence. Notable people with the name include:
Lorenz
Lorenz is a masculine given name and a family name as a German derivation of the Latin name of Laurentius.
Lorenzo
Lorenzo is an Italian and Spanish masculine given name of Latin origin. It is used in Italy, Spain, and other Spanish-speaking countries. The name was derived from the Roman surname Laurentius, which meant "from Laurentum". Laurentum was an ancient Roman city of Latium situated between Ostia and Lavinium, on the west coast of the Italian peninsula southwest of Rome.
Lorin
Lorin is a masculine given name.
Loris
Loris is a masculine given name.
Loris
Loris is an Italian male given name.
Lotfi
Lutfi and Lotfi (Arabic & #160; لطفي, DMG Luṭfī) is an Arabic male given name and family name meaning "kind, amiable; Meek". The Turkish form of the name is Alicia with the meanings of 'Goodness' and 'Beauty', the Turkish feminine Margo.
Lothair
Lothair (Latin: Lotharius; German: Lothar; French: Lothaire) is a Germanic given name, derived from the older form Clotaire (Chlotharius).
Lothar
Lothar is a modern form of the Germanic Chlothar or Hlothar. Notable people with the surname include:
Lothar
Lothar is an old high German personal name, in the form of Clotaire.
Loughlin
The surname Loughlin is has several origins. In some cases it a form of the surname McLaughlin (derived from the Irish Mac Lochlainn). In other cases, Loughlin is a form of O'Loughlin (derived from the Irish Ó Lachtnáin).
Louis
Louis (UK /ˈluːi/ or US /ˈluːɪs/; French pronunciation: ​[lwi]) is the French form of the Old Frankish given name Chlodowig (Modern German: Ludwig) and one of two English forms, the other being Lewis (/ˈluːɪs/). The Frankish name is composed of the words for "fame" (hlōd) and "warrior" (wīg) which may be translated to famous warrior or "famous in battle".
Loukas
Loukas (Greek: Λουκᾶς) is a Greek (male) first name. This name is often given to honor Luke the Evangelist.
Loup
Loup is a French surname and given name, which means "wolf" and is derived from the Latin "lupus". Variants in French include Leloup and Leleu. In other languages, the equivalent of Loup is Lupo in Italian, Lobo or López in Spanish, Lobo or Lopes in Portuguese, and Lupu or Lupescu in Romanian. The name Loup may refer to:
Lourenço
Lourenço is a Portuguese masculine given name of Latin origin. It is used in Portugal, Brazil, and other Portuguese-speaking countries. The name was derived from the Roman surname Laurentius, which meant "from Laurentum". Laurentum was an ancient Roman city of Latium situated between Ostia and Lavinium, on the west coast of the Italian peninsula southwest of Rome.
Lovro
Lovre Lovro is a short form to Lovrenc (Lawrence/Lorenz, the man from Laurentum) in the Slovenian and BKS.
Luay
Luay (also spelled Loai, Loay, Luai, or Louay, Arabic: لؤي‎‎, pronounced [ˈluaj]) is a masculine Arabic given name. It means Shield or Protector. Luay (also spelled Loai, Loay, Luai, or Louay, Arabic: لؤي‎‎, pronounced [ˈluaj]) is a masculine Arabic given name. It means Shield or Protector.
Luís
Luís is a Portuguese given name. The German form of the name is Ludwig, the Spanish Luis, the Catalan Lluís.
Luís Fernando
Luís Fernando or Luiz Fernando is a given name, may refer to:
Luboš
Luboš - is a Slavic male given name meaning love or wolf and used mostly in the Czech Republic and Slovakia. In Slovakia with spelling Ľuboš. The name is a short form of names like: Luboslav, Lubomir.
Lubomír
Lubomír Ľubomir is first name with the meaning of love and peace a Czech (Lubomír) or Slovak (Ľubomir) male, emerged from the Slavic elements lub (love) and mir (peace).
Lubomir
Lubomir, Lyubomir, Lyubomyr, Lubomír, Ľubomír, or Ljubomir is a Slavic given name meaning love and peace, prestige. Feminine forms are: Lubomira and Ljubica.
Luc
Lucas
Luchino
Luchino is an Italian masculine given name, and may refer to:
Lucian
Lucian is a masculine given name. Lucian is a Romanian and English form of Lucianus, the Roman family name derived from the Roman advance or cognomen of Lucius. Occasionally occurs the name of Lucian in the German-speaking world.
Luciano
Luciano is an Italian, Spanish and Portuguese given name and surname. It is derived from Latin Lucianus, patronymic of Lucius ("Light"). The French form is Lucien.
Luciano
Luciano is the Italian, Portuguese and Spanish given name. The French form of the name is Lucien; Origin and meaning of the name see here.
Lucien
Lucien is a male given name of French origin, It is the French form of Luciano or Latin Lucianus, patronymic of Lucius.
Lucio
Lucio is an Italian, Spanish, male given name derived from the Latin name Lucius. In Portuguese the given name is accented Lúcio
Lucius
Lud-
Ludger
Ludger is a masculine given name of Germanic origin, from the other variants are derived. The female form of the name is Ludgera. First known bearers of the name is the Saint Ludger, born to 742 in Utrecht. Charlemagne appointed him to the missionary. His field of activity was in the area of the modern German States of Lower Saxony and North Rhine-Westphalia. Ludger was Bishop of the Diocese of Münster.
Ludgera
Ludger is a masculine given name of Germanic origin, from the other variants are derived. The female form of the name is Ludgera. First known bearers of the name is the Saint Ludger, born to 742 in Utrecht. Charlemagne appointed him to the missionary. His field of activity was in the area of the modern German States of Lower Saxony and North Rhine-Westphalia. Ludger was Bishop of the Diocese of Münster.
Ludolf
Ludolf or Ludolph is both a given name and a family name. The name is common in the German-speaking world.
Ludomir
Ludomir (Polish: Ludomir, Czech: Ludomír, South Slavic: Ljudomir) - is a Slavic given name consists of two words: "Lud" - people and "mir" - peace, glory, prestige. Feminine forms: Ludomira, Ljudomira, Ludomíra. May refer to:
Ludovic
Ludovic is a given name, and may refer to:
Ludovico
Ludovico (Italian pronunciation: [ludoˈviːko]) is an Italian masculine given name. It is sometimes spelled Lodovico.
Ludvig
Ludvig is a Scandinavian given name, the equivalent of English Lewis or Louis, and may refer to:
Ludwig
Ludwig is an Old High German given name. Etymologically, the name can be traced back to the Germanic name Hludwig, composed of Hlud or Hluth meaning "famous", and Wig meaning "war". Nicknames are Ludva, Ludia, Luděk, Viky.
Ludwik
Ludwig is a masculine given name and a family name. Variations are inter alia Ludewig, Ludvig, Ludovico, Louis and the old name for Frankish king Clovis. The name was from old high German "hlud" = famous and "JM" = off battle, war.
Luigi
Luigi is a masculine Italian given name. It is the Italian form of the German name Ludwig, through[clarification needed] the Latinization Ludovicus, corresponding the French form Louis and its anglicized variant Lewis.
Luis
Luis is the Spanish form of the male given name Ludwig. As germanised form of the French Louis it occurs also in the German-speaking world, as well as a short form for Alois. For the Portuguese form of the name, see Luís; Lluís is the Catalan form. The name Ludwig was from the old high German words hlut for "loud, famous" and Johnny for "wrestling" or "Battle".


Luis Filipe
Luka
Luka is a masculine given name.
Lukan
Lukas
Lukas or Lucas is a form of the Greek name Loukas (Λουκάς). Gained popularity from the biblical personality and gospel author Saint Luke.
Lukáš
Luke
Luke [louk] is an English male given name and family name.
Lutfi
Lutfi and Lotfi (Arabic & #160; لطفي, DMG Luṭfī) is an Arabic male given name and family name meaning "kind, amiable; Meek". The Turkish form of the name is Alicia with the meanings of 'Goodness' and 'Beauty', the Turkish feminine Margo.
Lutfullah
Lutfullah (Arabic: لطف الله ‎‎), meaning kindness of God, is a male given name. Variant transliterations are Lutf Allah, Lütfullah (Turkish)., Lotfollah (Persian) and Lutfulla . It may refer to Lutfullah (Arabic: لطف الله ‎‎), meaning kindness of God, is a male given name. Variant transliterations are Lutf Allah, Lütfullah (Turkish)., Lotfollah (Persian) and Lutfulla . It may refer to
Lutfur Rahman
Lutfur Rahman (Arabic: لطف الرحمن ‎‎) is a male Islamic given name, meaning kindness of the Most Merciful. Notable bearers of the name include Lutfur Rahman (Arabic: لطف الرحمن ‎‎) is a male Islamic given name, meaning kindness of the Most Merciful. Notable bearers of the name include
Lutz
Lycurgus
Lycurgus or Lykourgos (Greek: Λυκούργος) may refer to:
Lykophron
Lykophron (ancient Greek Λυκόφρων, Latin Lycophro) is a male personal name of Greek Antiquity, meaning Wolf wisdom or clever as a wolf.
Lykos
Lycus (Greek: Λύκος, Latinized: Lycus "Wolf") is a common Greek name of person:





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