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81 Lamont Norse Lawyer. M
82 Lamont Scandinavian Lawyer. M
83 Lamont Scottish Man of law. M
84 Lamonte Gaelic Man of law. M
85 Lamonte Scandinavian Man of law. M
86 Lamorak ArthurianLegend Brother of Percival. M
87 Lamorat ArthurianLegend Brother of Percival. M
88 Lancaster Shakespearean 'King Henry IV, Part 1 and 2' Prince John of Lancaster, son to the King. M
89 Lancdon English From the long hill slope. M

90 Lance English Diminutive of Lancelot: Servant. God-like. M
91 Lance French Land (from Old German) The short form of the name Lancelot (which incidentally was derived originally from the name Lance!) Therefore, this name is the short form of its own diminutive. M
92 Lancelin French Servant. M
93 Lancelot ArthurianLegend Knight of Arthur and lover of Guinevere. M
94 Lancelot English Servant. God-like. Also a diminutive of Lance. In Arthurian legend, Sir Lancelot was King Arthur's close friend and a Knight of the Round Table. A central theme in Arthurian legend is the adulterous love between Lancelot and Queen Guinevere. M
95 Lancelot French Servant. Also a diminutive of Lance: Land (from Old German) Lancelot was a knight of King Arthur's Round Table and adulterous lover to Queen Guinevere. M
96 Lander English From the grassy plain. M
97 Lander Greek Lion. M
98 Landers French From the grassy plain. M
99 Landis French From the grassy plain. M
100 Landmari German Famous land. M