Names from Old English for Male Yorkies

By no means an exhaustive list, these are some of the more unusual names that were recorded on public records in England between 1450 and 1650AD.

Please see this page for the more common names from the same period for men.

AlbanEzraLevinRanulf
AloysiusFalkLibbeusRenatus
ArkulusFelixLuciusRenfred
ArminFilbertMacyReynard
BaldwinFirminMadocRoland
BalthasarFulbertMagnusRuben
BarnabyFulkMarthiasSalathiel
BartholemewGalfridMathiasSamson
BasilGamalielMelchiorSeth
BennetGawainMelchisadekSewall
BevisGedianMethuselahSidrack
BonaventureGelbartMosesSilas
BonifaceGemmelMungoSilvester
BotolfGerranceOdoSimeon
CamillusGodwinOmfreySolomon
CaradocGowtherOrlandoTheobald
CiprianGriffinOsmondTheophilus
CorneliusHabellOswaldThurstan
CrispinHakonOswinTitus
CyriakHamnetOthnielTobias
DeodatusHamOtisTristram
DermotHelierOttiwellUdy
EdenHerodiasPaganUmphry
EliasHezekiahPancrasUriah
ElierHieronimusPascalUrin
EmlynJarvisPascoeUrian
EmmettJelbartPercivalVortigern
EmrysJermanPeregrineWaldeve
ErasmusJeranPetherickeWido
EsdrasJustinianPhilbertWilfred
EthelbertKenelmPhilemonWiston
EudoKenrickPhythianWy
EustaceKenwardPiersYbel
EverettKesterQuentinZachye
EzekialLambertRadulf
EzekiasLancelotRanald

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