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First Name Directory - Starting with U




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.


Ubaldo
Ubaldo is a masculine Italian and Spanish given name. Notable people with the name include:
Ubay
Obai (Arabic: أبي) is an Arabic given name, most commonly transliterated as "Ubai". also It is also sometimes transliterated as "Obai", "Ubay", "Ubai", "Obay", "Ubayy", & "Obayy" The word is derived from the tri-consonant Arabic word for "refuse" and could possibly mean The one who is refusing the humiliation Obai (Arabic: أبي) is an Arabic given name, most commonly transliterated as "Ubai". also It is also sometimes transliterated as "Obai", "Ubay", "Ubai", "Obay", "Ubayy", & "Obayy" The word is derived from the tri-consonant Arabic word for "refuse" and could possibly mean The one who is refusing the humiliation
Ubayd Allah
Ubayd Allah (Arabic: عبيد الله‎‎), also spelled or transliterated Obaidullah, Obaydullah, Obeidallah, or Ubaydullah, is a male Arabic given name that means "little servant of God". Ubayd Allah (Arabic: عبيد الله‎‎), also spelled or transliterated Obaidullah, Obaydullah, Obeidallah, or Ubaydullah, is a male Arabic given name that means "little servant of God".
Ubbo
Ubbo is a masculine given name.
Uçar
Uçar is a Turkish male first name and family name. Occasionally the spelling u occurs outside of the Turkish language.
Udalrich
Udalrich or Uodalrich is a Germanic personal name, is composed of parts of the old high German uodal (genetic material) and richi (powerful, ruler) together. The modern form of the name is Ulrich.
Uday
Udo
Udo
Ueli
Ueli [ˈuəli] is a Swiss male given name. The name is originally a Swiss short form for compositions with «UL», mostly Ulrich, analogous to the German version of "Uli".
Uffe
Ufuk
Uģis
Uģis is a Latvian masculine given name and may refer to:
Ugo
Ugo may mean:
Ugur
Uğur (uːʁ) is a Turkish male and female name meaning "Happiness", which occurs as a family name.
Uğur
Uğur is a common masculine Turkish given name. In Turkish, the word "uğur" means "luck."
Ùisdean
Ùisdean (or Uisdean or Hùisdean) is a Scottish Gaelic masculine given name. It is derived from the Old Norse personal name Eysteinn, which is composed of ey, meaning "always", "forever"; and steinn, meaning "stone". Ùisdean may be anglicised as Hugh (note that Hugh is also an anglicised form of the unrelated name Aodh). The name may refer to:
Uladsimir
Uladzimir (Belarusian Уладзімір) is the Belarusian variant of the name Vladimir.
Ulászló
Ulászló is a Hungarian masculine first name.
Uldis
Uldis is a Latvian male given name that is a variant of the German name Ulrich, which means "powerful heritage". The name may refer to:
Ulf
Ulf is a masculine name common in Scandinavia and Germany. It derives from the Old Norse word for "wolf" (úlfr, see Wulf). The oldest written record of the name's occurrence in Sweden is from a runestone of the 11th century.[citation needed] The female form is Ylva. The given name Ulf was relatively popular during the 20th century, but by the 21st century mostly fell out of fashion.[citation needed]
Ulfried
Isoa is an old high German given name. Isoa, as well as the less common variant Ulfrid are a variant of the name Udalfried, which means heritage, homeland and peace. The name day is on January 18.
Uli
Ulick
Ulick is a masculine given name in the English language. It is an Anglicised form of the Irish Uilleac and Uilleag. These Irish names are of an uncertain origin, although they are thought most probably to be derived from the Old Norse Hugleikr. This Old Norse name is composed of two elements: the first, hugr, means "heart", "mind", "spirit"; the second element, leikr, means "play", "sport". The other possibility is that the Irish names are diminutive forms of the Uilliam, the Irish form of the English William.
Ullrich
Ullrich is a masculine given name.
Ülo
Ulric
Ulrich
Ulrik
Ulrik is a male name, a Scandinavian form of Ulrich. Ulrik may refer to:
Ulusoy
Ulusoy is a Turkish male first name and family name. Ulusoy means approximately "irreproachable origin".
Ulvi
Ulvi
Ulvi is a Turkish male given name of Arabic origin meaning "hoch(gestellt), Edel(mütig)". The female form of the name - with same meaning: is Navin.
Ulviye
Ulvi is a Turkish male given name of Arabic origin meaning "hoch(gestellt), Edel(mütig)". The female form of the name - with same meaning: is Navin.
Ulysse
Ulysse is a masculine French given name. Notable people with the name include:
Ulysses
Ulysses /juːˈlɪsiːz/ is the Latinized version of Odysseus. The name was made famous by the American Civil War hero and eighteenth president of the United States, Ulysses S. Grant, by James Joyce's novel Ulysses, and the film of the same name.
Umanosuke
Umanosuke (written: 馬之介) is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Umar
[ˈʕumar] Umar (Arabic & #160; عمر & #160; ʿUmar, also Omar, sometimes ʿAmr, Turkish: Ömer) is an Arabic name.
Umberto
Umberto is a masculine Italian given name. Notable people with the name include:
Umeji
Umeji (written: 梅治) is both a masculine Japanese given name and a surname. Notable people with the name include:
Umesh
Umesh is an Indian given name.
Ümit
Ümit is a Turkish name and may refer to:
Umran
Umran is a Turkish unisex given name. People named Umran include:
Ünal
Ünal is a Turkish name which may refer to:
Üner
Üner is a Turkish name. Notable people with the name include:
Unni
Uno
Uno is a Swedish, Finnish and Estonian male given name, which is derived from the Old Norse name Une. Uno can also be seen as derived from the Latin word unus (one).
Ural
Ural is a Belarusian and Turkish male given name, as well as Turkish family name.
Urban
Urbano
Urbano is an Italian, Spanish and Portuguese male given name, which is also a family name.


Urbonas
Urbonas is a Lithuanian language masculine given name and surname. It corresponds to the surname Urban
Urho
Urho is a Finnish male given name. It was most popular in the first half of the 20th century. As of 2013 there were more than 12,000 people registered with this name in Finland. The nameday is the 17th of June. It means "brave". A common variation is Urkki.
Uri
Uri
Uriah
Urian
Uriel
Urmas
Uroš
Urs
URS (rare Ursus) is a male given name, which dates back to the saints of Ursus and is very common in the Switzerland, rare in other German-speaking countries; There, the female form of Ursula is more widespread.
Ursicin
Urtzi
Urtzi (also ortzi) is a Basque term that has no convincing explanation as yet. It either represents an old common noun for the sky, or is the name for a pre-Christian sky deity.
Usama
Oussama, Osama or Usama (Arabic & #160; أسامة, DMG Usāma) is an Arabic male name and writes a Leonine personality trait to the bearers of the name.
Uthman
Uthman (also spelled Othman, Arabic: عثمان‎‎) is a male Arabic given name.[1] It is popular as a male given name among Muslims. It is also transliterated as Osman or Usman, as there is no -th sound in Persian, Bosnian and Turkish, where it is also used. It is also used as surname. Uthman (also spelled Othman, Arabic: عثمان‎‎) is a male Arabic given name.[1] It is popular as a male given name among Muslims. It is also transliterated as Osman or Usman, as there is no -th sound in Persian, Bosnian and Turkish, where it is also used. It is also used as surname.
Utto
Uuno
Uuno is a Finnish and Estonian male given name, and may refer to:
Uwe
Uygun
Uygun (Turkish for "fitting, suitable, cheap, according to" and others) is a Turkish male first name and family name.
Üzeyir
Üzeyir is a Turkish given name transliterated from Ezra and may refer to:





In the data base are, apart from modern and traditional first names also American, Arab, Germans, English, French, Greek, Hebrew, Italian, Latin, Dutch, Northern, Russian, Scandinavian, Slavian, Spanish, and Swedish first names.


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