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Iada
Iago (Welsh, Spanish) [m]
 form of Jacob
Iain (Scottish) [m]
 form of John
Iako
Ialla [f]
Iamb
Iamba
Iambo
Ian (Scottish) [m]
 form of Johan
Iana
Ianka
Ias
Iasch
Iasko
Iasy
Iatay [f]
Iban (Malays) [m]
 tribe
Ibbo
Ibby
Ibis
Ibiza
Ibo
Ibor
Iboya [f]
Ibrahim (Arabic) [m]
 form of Abraham
Ibro
Ibse
Ica
Icar
Icare
Icarus
Icca
Icco
Ice (English) [m]
Iceman
IcePop
Icer
Ice-T
Icha [f]
Icheb [m]
Ichel
Ichyban
Ici
I'cis
Icko
Icks
Ickx
Icky
Ico
Icon
Id
Ida (Teutonic) [f]
 "work" or form of Edith; mountain on Kreta where Zeus was born
Idaberga
Idan
Idanwen [m]
Idax
Idda
Ide
Ideaal
Ideal
Idee
Idefix [m]
 from Asterix and Obelix
Idesta (Teutonic) [f]
 "work ...." from id
Idex
Idfried
Idgie [f]
Idi
Idiane
Idilio
Idis
Idita
Iditarod
Ido
Idol
Idole
Idool (Dutch) [m]
 "idol"
Idor
Idouska [f]
Idril (Sindarin) [f]
 "sparkle brilliance" from Silmarillioin by J.R.R. Tolkien
Idrin (Dutch) [mf]
 from "(letter) i in it"; as in: the name should have an i in it.
Idris [f]
Ids (Dutch) [m]
Idun
Iduna (Greek)
 "Guardian bowl with golden apples who will give the Gods everlasting life"
Idunn
Idur
Idus
Idux
Idwal (Welsh) [m]
 mountain in North Wales
Ieaun (Welsh) [m]
Ielja
Iella
Ieniemienie (Dutch) [mf]
 "Little"
Ienoe
Iet (Italian) [f]
 "dog"
Ietje
Iff
Iffa
Iffi
Iffo
Ifigeneia
Ifo
Ifor (English)
 implentation force (NATO in Bosnia, now SKOR/KFOR)
IfritahIvy
Ify
Igar
Igashu
Iger
Iggi [m]
Iggy
Igloo
Iglu
Ignatia
Ignatius (Latin) [m]
 possibly "fire" from Egnatius
Ignatz
Ignaz
Ignis (Latin) [mf]
 "fire"
Igo
Igor (Russian) [m]
 form of Ivor
Igoron
Igus [mf]
Ihab (Arabic) [mf]
 "gift"
Ihmchen
Ihna
Ihop
Iina
Iippo
Iita
Ija
Ijaipur (Indonesian)
 place name
Ijka
IJngvi
Ijor
IJosca
Ijsco (Dutch) [mf]
 "icecream"
Ika
Ikabot
Ikaia (Hawaiian) [m]
 form of Isaiah
Ikarios (Greek) [m]
Ikarus
Ike [m]
 short form of Isaac
Ikhoor
Iki (Turkish) [mf]
 "two"
Ikis
Ikko
Ikla
Iko
Ikon
Ikona
Ikone
Ikor
Ikosa
Ikrus
Iks
Ikylana [f]
Ila
Ilan
Ilana (Hebrew) [f]
 "tree"
Ilane
Ilax
Ilba
Ilda
Ildefons
Ildo
Ileana (Romanian) [f]
 form of Helen
Ilena
Ilene [f]
 form of Helen or Irene
Ilenka
Ilex
Ilfa
Ilg
Ilge
Ilha (Portuguese) [f]
 "island"
Ilhan (Turkish) [m]
Ilia
Ilies (French) [m]
 variant of Ilias
Ilimakoulani
Ilina
Ilire
Ilissa
Ilja
Iljoery
Ilk
Ilka (Hungarian) [f]
 form of Helen
Ilkara
Ilkas's
Ilke
Ilkie
Ilko
Illa
Illaa
Illan
Ille
Illi
Illia
Illias
Illie
Illo
Illoeff
Illos
Illoson
Ills
Illsa
Illus
Illusion
Ilma
Ilme
Ilmo
Ilon (Greek) [f]
 "light"
Ilona (Hungarian) [f]
 form of Helen
Ilonka (Hungarian) [f]
 form of Helen
Ilonko
Ilos
Ilove (English) [mf]
 from 'I love'
Ilox
Ilphie
Ilsa
Ilsam
Ilse
Ilsebill
Ilsi
Ilsty
Iltie
Iltis
Ilton
Ilty
Iluna [f]
Ilva
Ilvo
Ilvy (Greek) [f]
Ilya [f]
Ilza
Ilze
Imaa (Hebrew) [f]
 "mother"
Imac
Image
Imagine
Imah (Hebrew) [f]
 imaa'
Imamu (African) [m]
 "spiritual leader"
Imane (Moroccan)
 "trust and faith"
Imani (African) [m]
Imann
Imar
Imara
Imba
Imbart [m]
Imber
Imbis
Imbry [f]
Imca
Imco [m]
Imelda (Teutonic) [f]
 "entire battle"
Imen (Arabic) [f]
 "faith"
Imex
Imja
Imka
Imke [f]
 short form of names containing irmen "whole" (zie *irmen*)
Imker
Imma
Immanuel [m]
 form of Emmanuel
Imme
Immetje
Immo
Immor
Imo
Imoelsan (Berberan) [f]
 "she with the white face"
Imogen (Gaelic) [f]
 "maiden" from inghean
Imon
Impi (African) [m]
 soldier of Zulu
Impie [m]
Impuls
Imre (Hungarian) [m]
 form of Emeric
Imroy
Imuna
Ina [f]
 short form of names ending with ina (see *ina)
Inba
Inbor [m]
Inc
Inca
Incha
Inci (Turkish) [f]
 "pearl"
Incko
Inco
Incze (Hungarian)
Inda
Indar
Indas
Inde
Indera
Index
Indi
India
Indiaka
Indian
Indiana [f]
 state in USA
Indiane
Indie
Indien
Indigo [mf]
 from the purplish blue colour
Indigo Blue (English) [mf]
Indio
Indira (Sanskrit) [f]
 "beauty"; name of Laksmi wife of the Hindu god Visnu
Indja (South African)
 "dog"
Indo [m]
Indor [m]
Indox
Indra (Sanskrit) [m]
 "possessing drops of rain" from indu (a drop) and -ra (possessing); Hindu god of sky and rain
Indrani [f]
 form of Indra
Indriss [f]
Indro
Induce
Indy (Malays) [f]
Indyana
Ine [mf]
Inea
Ineke
Ines (Italian) [f]
Inesse
Inez (Spanish) [f]
 form of Agnes
Infant
Inferno
Infinity
Inga [f]
 form of Inge
Inge (Old Norse) [mf]
 short form in various languages of names that contain ing. Ing was the Norse god of fertiity
Ingemaren
Ingen (Danish) [mf]
 "nobody"
Inger
Ingham (Teutonic) [m]
 "Angle raven"; the Angles were a Germanic tribe that settled in England
Inghe
Ingild
Ingmar
Ingo
Ingold
Ingolf (Scandinavian, Teutonic) [m]
 "Ing wolf", or "Angle wolf". See Inge and Ingham
Ingor
Ingra
Ingraban
Ingram
Ingrid (Teutonic) [f]
 "Ing beautiful" (also see Inge)
Ingvar
Inieminie
Inja (African) [mf]
 "dog"
Inka (Dutch (frisian)) [f]
 form of Inge
Inkaja
Inkara
Inkarie
Inkas
Inke
Inken
Inki
Inkley
Inko
Inky
Inna
Inne [mf]
Inneach
Innes
Innie
Innion
Innis [f]
Inno (Italian) [m]
Innocence
Innokenti (Russian) [m]
 from innocent (Latijn)
Innse
Inny
Ino (Latin) [m]
 "moon"
Inoes
Inola
Inou
Inouck
Inouk
Inox [mf]
Inschallah
Inshallah (Arabic)
 "If God Will"
Inska
Inster
Inta (Arabic)
 "You"
Intan
Intel
Intelectus
Inter Amicos (Italian) [mf]
 "with friends"
Interflow
Interpret
Intha (African) [f]
 African tribe
Into
Intra
Intrepid
Intro
Inty [f]
Inu (Japanese) [f]
 "dog"
Inxa
Iodine
Iokey
Iola
Iolana (Hawaiian) [f]
 "to soar" or form of Yolanda
Iole
Ioleen
Iolita
Ioll
Iona (Scottish) [f]
 form of Ione or island off Scotland
Ione (Greek) [f]
 "violet" or "from Ionia" (a region in Asia Minor)
Ioochigeas
Iora [f]
Iorga
Iota
Iovan [m]
Iowa
Ipiranga [m]
 dried river in Brasil
Ipke
Ippy
Ips
Ipse
Ipsi (Indonesian) [mf]
 "well done"
Ique
Ira (Hebrew) [m]
 "to watch"
Irak
Iram (Hebrew) [m]
 "shining"
Iran
I-Ran
Irana
Iras
Irass
Irax
Iraya
Irbis
Irca
Irena
Irene (Greek) [f]
 "peace"; goddess of peace
Ires
Irex
Irian [m]
Irie (Jamaican) [mf]
 "all is great"
Irina
Iris (Greek, English) [f]
 "rainbow" or from the name of the flower
Irish
Iriss
Irk
Irka
Irkhan
Irko
Irkos
Irla
Irma [f]
 short form of names starting with irmen "whole" or "universal"
Irme
Irmfried
Irmgard (Teutonic) [f]
 "whole guard" from irmen "whole" and gard "guard"
Irmhild (Teutonic) [f]
 "whole battle" from irmen and hild
Irmi
Irmi1
Irmin
Irmina
Irmo
Irmtraud (Teutonic) [f]
 "whole strength" from irmen and trud
Iro
Irold
Iron (English) [m]
Iron Mike
Iros
Irra
Irras
Irresistible
Irsi
Irssa
Iru
Irulan [f]
Irus
Irvin [m]
 form of Irving or Irwin
Irvine [m]
 form of Irving
Irving (Gaelic) [m]
 unknown
Irwin (Teutonic) [m]
 "boar friend"
Irwisch
Isa
Isaac (Hebrew) [m]
 form of Yitzhak, from yitshaq "laughter"
Isaacs
Isaak [m]
Isabel (Spanish) [f]
 form of Elizabeth
Isabell
Isabella (Latin) [f]
 form of Isabel
Isabelle
Isaby
Isador [m]
 form of Isidore
Isadora
Isaiah (Hebrew) [m]
 "salvation of the Lord"
Isak
Isane
Isar
Isca (Dutch) [f]
Ischa [mf]
Ischan [m]
Ische
I'Scherkan
Ischi
Ischla
Ischou
Ischy
Isco
Iscus
Isegrimm
Isere
Isesi
Iseult [f]
 form of Isolde
Isfrida
Isha (Egyptan) [f]
Ishbel (English) [f]
 form of Isabel
Ishi
Ishmael (Hebrew) [m]
 "God will hear"
Ishta
Ishtar [f]
 Babylonian and Assyrian mother goddess who presided over lover, war and fertility
Isi
Isidor
Isidora [f]
 form of Isidore
Isidore (Greek) [f]
 "gift of Isis" from isidoros; Isis was the Egyptian goddess of the moon
Isil [mf]
 Lord of the Rings: "moon"
Isis (Egyptan) [f]
 goddess of the moon
Isja [f]
Iska (Czech) [f]
 "love"
Iskan
Iskandar [mf]
Iskander
Iska-Perle
Iske [mf]
Isko
Iskra
Iskus
Isla (Celtic) [f]
 Name of Local River
Islay
Ismay [f]
Ismoz
Iso
Isobathe
Isolde (Celtic) [f]
 "beautiful"; according to legend an Irish princess and lover of Tristan
Isolf
Isolt
Isor
Isotta
Ispa
Ispel
Isra (Arabic) [f]
 "nocturnal journey" from sara (to travel at night)
Israel (Hebrew) [m]
 "he who wrestles with God"; Israel was first called Jacob and wrestled an angel
Issa
Issan
Issare
Issel
Issey (Japanese) [m]
 fashion designer
Issi
Issii
Issis
Isso
Issor
Issy
Ista
Istar
Istari
Istrid
Istvan (Hungarian) [m]
 form of Stephen
Istwan
Isty
Isuratuije (Inuit) [mf]
Isvan
Iswalde
Isy
Iszac [m]
IT
Ita
Itala
Italie
Italo
Itam (Malays) [mf]
 "black"
Itan [mf]
Itar (Malays) [m]
 Itan' = black/white
Itas (Tibetan) [mf]
 "miracle"
Itasca
Itch [m]
Itchi (Japanese) [mf]
 "seven"
Iteze
Ithos
Ithosca
Ito
Itor
Its
It's Me
Itska [f]
ItsyBits
Itta
Itti
Ittie
Itukala (Native American) [mf]
 "mouse"
Itze
Itzer
Itzy
Iuta
Iv
Iva
Ivan (Russian, Croatian) [m]
 form of John
Ivana [f]
 form of Ivan
Ivanka [f]
 form of 'Ivana
Ivano
Ivar
Ive
IveArrived
Iverson
Ives
Ivett
Ivette
Ivina
Ivita [f]
 evita'
Ivka
Ivo (German) [m]
 form of Yves
Ivoire
Ivon
Ivonne (German) [f]
 form of Yvonne
Ivor (Scandinavian) [m]
 "bow warrior"
Ivorie/Daisie
Ivory (English) [f]
Ivro
Ivy (English) [f]
 name of plant
Iwa
Iwan [m]
Iwand
Iwanka
Iwano
Iwein [m]
Iwen
Iwie
Iwo
Iwro
Ix
Ixa
Ixe
Ixes
Ixora [f]
Ixy
Iyanla [f]
Iza (Dutch) [f]
Izaa (Hebrew) [f]
 "laughter"
Izabell
Izar (Spanish) [mf]
 "star"
Izarra
Izi (Dutch) [mf]
Izola
Izor [m]
Izura [f]
Izusa
Izzana [f]
Izzi [f]
Izzy [m]
 short form of Isidore, Isaac of Israel

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