Languedoc Names circa 1300

Alphabetical List of Masculine Given Names

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Alphabetical List of Masculine Given Names

Latin Name Count Vernacular equivalents
 
Adam 1 Adam [C]
Ademarius 1 Azemar [R,C], Aimar, Aesmar [C]
Alffonsus, Alfonsus 1 Anfos [R,C], Amfos [C], Alfans [R]; Alfonzenc [R]
Andreas 2 Andrieu, Andreu [C]; Andrivet [C]
Arnaldus 83 Arnaut [R,C], Arnau, Arnalt, Arnaldo, Arnaudo [C]; Arnaudon [C]
Audricus 1 Audric [C], Aldric [R]
Aymericus 3 Aimeric [R,C]; Aimerigat [R], Aimeriguet [C]
Bartolomeus 8 Bertolomieu [C]; Barthot [M]
Berengarius 3 Berengier [R,C], Berenguier [C]
Bermundus 1 Bermon [?]; Bermonville derives from Germanic Berhtmund [DR]. Other names -mundus correspond to -mon, c.f. Ramundus
Bernardus 107 Bernart, Bernat [R,C], Bernardo [C]
Bertrandus 15 Bertran [R,C,M]
Bonus 1 Bonet [M], Bon [C as a word, but not a name], Bono, Bonno [M2]
Bonushomo 1 Bonsom [a byname in this data] cf. the song title "Nuls hom non deu" [C 37 s.n. Aicelin], with the same spelling of hom.
Carbonellus 1 Carbonel [C], Karbonnel [S]
Cerninus 2 Cernin, Cerni [?]. Cf. Cernius [DR s.n. Cernion]. For alternate spelling, c.f. Marti, Robi
Cervinus 1 Cervin, Cervi [?], Servin [DR s.n. Servins]. Cf. Servinerius. For alternate spelling, c.f. Marti, Robi
Colonbus 1 Colomb, Colon [?]. Cf. Columbus 739 at Grenoble [M2]. Note also the southern surname Colombat [D, s.n. Colom]
Domenicus, Dominicus 2 Domerc [C, D s.n. Domerc]. Possibly also Domein [C]
Donatus 1 Donat [C, DR s.n. St-Donat]
Durandus 5 Duran [C,M], Durant [CD]
Egidius 1 Gire, Gili [C 141,237], forms of Gilles. See also [R&W, s.n. Giles].
Faber 1 Fabre, Faure [M] (but all are bynames)
Ferrandus 2 Ferran [C], Ferrando [R]
Franciscus 5 Frances [C]
Galhardus 1 Gualhart [R]
Germanus 3 German [?] This is the form of the name found in the south [D, s.n. Germain]
Gibertus 1 Guibert [C]
Girardus 1 Girart [C]
Giraudus, Geraldus 7 G(u)iraut, Giraud [R,C] Gueraut [C]; Guiraudet [C] Giraudet, Guiraudo [R]
Guido 3/1 Gui, Guio [R,C], Guigo, Gigo [C]; Guion, Guionet [C], Guiot [R,C]
    Guiionetus, Guionetus     2 see Guido
Guilbertus 1 Guibert [C], Gilabert, Guilabert [R]
Guillelmus 127/122 Guillelm, Guillem [C,M], Guilhem, Guilhelme, Guillen, Guilleme [C],
    Willelmus     5 Guilhelm(e), Guilheume, Guilelme [R], Willelm [M]; Guilhamo, Guilhelmet [R]
Guitardus 1 Guitart [?] The surname Guitard is common in Toulouse [D]. For the spelling cf. Sicart, Richart [R]
Guitbertus 2 Guitbert, nom. Guitberts, Guitbertz [?] for the spelling cf. Lambert, Lamberts, Robertz [R]
Helias 3 Elias [C], Alias [R]; Elian [C]
Honoretus 1 Onoret [?], Honoret [CD]
Hugo 10/9 Ugo [R,C], Hugo [C,M], Ugon, Uguon [C], Ug [R];
    Ugo     1 nom. Uc, Ucs, Ugues [R,C], Ugs, Ugos [R]; dimin. Ugoli, Ugonet, Hugonet, Huguet
Isnarus 1 Isnart [C]
Jacobus 19/18 Jacme [C,M], Jaques [R]
    Jacomardus     1 Jaquemart [CD]
Johannes 73/72 Johan, Joan [R,C], Jehan [M]
    Johanetus     1 Joanet [C]
Jordanus 1 Jordan [R,C]
Lodoycus 1 Loic, Lodoic, Lozoic [C], Lozo´c [R,C]
Martinus 1 Marti [R,C,M]; Martinet [C]
Matheus 4 Matieu, Mathieu [C]
Micahelis 1 Miquel [R,C], Michel [R,C,M]
Nicholaus, Nicolaus 5 Nicolau, Nicolo [C], Nicholas, Nicholaus [R]; Nicholet [C]
Odo 1 Ot [R,C], Oth [C]
Parisius 1 Paris [C]
Pascalis 1 Pascal [DM], Paques [CD]
Paulus 1 Paul [C]
Petrus 156 Peire, Peyre [R,C], Per, Pei, Pey [C], Pere [M]; Perrin [R], Peron [M], Peirol, Peironet [C]
Philipus 1 Phelip, Felip [C,M], Filip [C]; Filipot [R], Filipon [C]
Pilisteret 1 ?
Pilus 1 ?
Poncius 41 Pons [C,M], Ponz, Ponš [C]; Ponset [C,M]
Ramundus, Ramund 104 Raimon, Raymon [C,M], Ramon [C]; Raimondet [C], Ramundet [R]
Robertus 3/1 Robert [C], Rotbert [M]; Roberzon [C]
    Robinus     2 Robi [C]; Robion [C]
Rogerius 1 Roger, Rotgier [R,C], Rogier [C]; nom. Rogers, Rogerx [R]
Sancius 3 Sancho [R,C], Sanso [C], Sanc [R]; nom. Sans, Santz [C]
Servinerius 1
?Possibly a compound of Servin [DR, s.n. Servins] with the Germanic theme -heri, cf. Cervinus
Sicardus 3 Sicart [R,C]
Simon 1 Simon [C], Symon [M]; nom. Simos, Simo [R], Symons [M]; Symondet [M]
Stephanus 14 Esteve [R,C,M]
Thoma, Thomas 4 Tomas, Thomas [C,M
Vitalis 16 Vidal [C,M], Vital [M]; Vitalet [M]
Yspanus 1 Espan [R]; Espanel [R]


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