Paladin: Meaning, Popularity, Origin of Baby Name Paladin

Paladin

Pronunciation: PA-lə-din (key)

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Adin (ah-DEAN or AY-din) (Scottish/Celtic: fire, brightness, splendor; Hebrew: slender, delicate)
Aladin (Arabic: paragon of faith)
Alain (Celtic -> French: little rock; harmony; peace)
Alan (Celtic: little rock; harmony; peace)
Aldin (English: old friend; Germanic: noble, honorable)
Aldo (Germanic: noble, honorable)
Alin (Celtic: little rock; harmony; peace)
Ballad
Edan (Scottish/Celtic: fire, brightness, splendor; Hebrew: slender, delicate)
Falan (Celtic: little wolf; Indian: to be productive)
Faldin
Fallin (Gaelic: leader)
Fallyn (Gaelic: leader)
Flann (Gaelic: ruddy)
Flannan (Gaelic: ruddy)
Ian (Hebrew: God is gracious)
Lad
Laddy
Ladin (pronounced Lad-in)
Ladin (prounced Laden)
Lan (French: powerful ruler/from the field; English: long hill, ridge)
Paal (Gypsy: brother)
Paddin
Paddy
Paddyn
Pål (Latin -> Scandinavian: little, humble)
Pal (pronounced Pal - English: friend)
Pal (pronounced Paul - Latin -> Scandinavian: little, humble)
Pala (Native American: water)
Palad
Palan (Celtic: descendant of Faolan [Faolan: little wolf])
Paldin (Welsh ap'Aldin -> Paldin desendant of Aldin {Aldin = an old friend})
Paldo
Paldwin (Welsh ap'Aldwin -> Paldwin desendant of Aldwin {Aldwin = an old friend})
Paley (Latin: little, humble)
Pali (Latin: little, humble)
Palin (Celtic: descendant of Faolan [Faolan: little wolf])
Pally
Pallyn
Pan
Pin
Plad
Plad
Pladdy
Pladin (pronounced plaid-in)
Pladin (prunounced play-din)
Plin (<- Latin: Plinio: he who has many skills)
Pliny (Pliny the Elder: Roman author, naturalist, and natural philosopher)
Vlad (Slavonic: rule)

Meanings and history of the name Paladin: | Edit

A French word referring to a heroic champion (especially a knightly one). In English, Paladin has come to mean a defender or advocate of a noble cause.
Pronounced: PAL-uh-din

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The Paladins, also known as the Twelve Peers, were the supreme warriors of Charlemagne's court.
The Paladins, sports teams of The Royal Military College of Canada.
Paladin, a champion-for-hire in the early TV series "Have Gun — Will Travel".

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