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Names starting with In

Inglebert - Variant form of German Engelbert, possibly meaning "bright angel." 
Iñaki - Variant form of Basque Eneko, probably meaning "my little one."
Innis - Scottish unisex name derived from Gaelic inis, meaning "island."
Ineko - Variant spelling of Basque Eneko, probably meaning "my little one."
Iñes - Spanish form of English Agnes, meaning "chaste; holy."
Indigo - English unisex name, derived from vocabulary word indigo, from Greek indikon, meaning "blue dye from India." 
Indra - Hindi name composed of the Sanskrit elements indu "drop" and ra "possessing," hence "possesses a drop (of rain)." In Hindu mythology, this is the name of the king of gods.
Indira - Hindi myth name borne by Lakshmi, wife of Vishnu, meaning "beauty."
Ingjaldr - Old Norse name derived from the element gjalda, meaning "to pay, to recompense."
Inas - Arabic name meaning "friendly."
Inderpal - Hindi name composed of the name of the god Indra and the Sanskrit word pala "protector," hence "protector of Indra."
Inka - Finnish short form of longer names containing the element ink (ing), meaning "foremost one."
Indu - Hindi name derived from the Sanskrit word for the moon, meaning "bright drop."
Ingfrid - Norwegian form of Icelandic Ingifríður, meaning "Ing-beautiful."
Inpu - Egyptian name meaning "royal child." In mythology, this is the name of a jackal-headed god of the underworld, Also spelled Anupu.
Ingrið - Old Norse name composed of the name of the fertility god Ing and the word fri�r "beautiful," hence "Ing-beautiful."
Inge - Norwegian unisex short form of longer names containing the element ing, meaning "foremost one." 
Ingwaz - Proto-Germanic name, meaning "Lord of the Inguins." In legend, this is the name of one of three sons of Mannus, the ancestor of the Ingaevones.
Ingimar - Icelandic form of Old Norse Ingimarr, meaning "Ing-famous."
Indy - Pet form of English unisex Indiana, meaning "land of the Indians."
Indrajit - Hindi unisex name composed of the name of the king of gods, Indra, and the word jit "conqueror," hence "conqueror of Indra." In mythology, this is the name of the son of Ravana, a demon king of Ceylon.
Inkeri - Finnish form of Icelandic Ingifríður, meaning "Ing-beautiful."
Incitatus - Latin name meaning "spurred on." This is the name of a horse belonging to Roman Emperor Caligula. It had an ivory manger, and drank wine out of a golden pail.
Inga - Icelandic and Scandinavian short form of longer names containing ing, meaning "foremost one."
Ingrid - Scandinavian form of Old Norse Ingrið, meaning "Ing-beautiful."
Inrahim - Variant form of Arabic Ibrahim, meaning "father of a multitude."
Indrani - Ancient feminine form of Hindi Indra, meaning "possesses a drop (of rain)."
Innocent - English name derived from Latin Innocentius, meaning "harmless, innocent."
India - English name derived from the country name, meaning "land of the Indus (river)." 
Ingifríður - Icelandic name composed of the name of the fertility god Ing and the word friðr "beauty," hence "Ing-beautiful."
Inanna - Sumerian name, possibly meaning "lady of Heaven." In Babylonian mythology, this is the name the daughter of Ea and sister of Nanshe; she is a goddess of the sky, earth, love, fertility and war.
Inmaculada - Spanish name meaning "immaculate."
Inana - Variant spelling of Sumerian Inanna, meaning "lady of Heaven."
Innocenzo - Italian form of Latin Innocentius, meaning "harmless, innocent."
Inocencio - Spanish form of Latin Innocentius, meaning "harmless, innocent."
Ing - Old Norse name derived from proto-Germanic Ingwaz, meaning "Lord of the Inguins." In mythology, this is the name of a fertility god.
Iñjgo - Old Spanish form of Basque Ynjgo, a variant form of Eneko, probably meaning "my little one."
Inácio - Portuguese form of Latin Ignatius, possibly meaning "unknowing."
Innokenti - Variant spelling of Russian Innokentiy, meaning "harmless, innocent."
Innokentiy - Russian form of Latin Innocentius, meaning "harmless, innocent."
Innogen - Original Celtic form of the misspelled English Shakespeare character name Imogen, derived from the Gaelic element inghean, meaning "girl, maiden." 
Into - Finnish name meaning "enthusiasm."
Indar - Basque name meaning "strength."
Inderjit - Variant spelling of Hindi unisex Indrajit, meaning "conqueror of Indra."
Ina -   Chamoru unisex name meaning "illuminate; light up."
Iñigo - Variant spelling of Spanish Iñjgo, probably meaning "my little one."
Ingred - Danish variant spelling of Scandinavian Ingrid, meaning "Ing-beautiful."
Ini-herit - Egyptian name meaning "he who brings back the distant one."
Ingemar - Scandinavian form of Old Norse Ingimarr, meaning "Ing-famous." 
Indiana - English unisex name derived from the American state name, meaning "land of the Indians."
Innocentius - Latin name derived from the word innocens, meaning "harmless, innocent."
Inbal - Hebrew name meaning "tongue of a bell."
Innes - Anglicized unisex form of Scottish Gaelic Aonghas, meaning "excellent valor." 
Inapo - Chamoru name meaning "wave."
Ingmar - Contracted form of Scandinavian Ingemar, meaning "Ing-famous."
Inéz - Spanish form of English Agnes, meaning "chaste; holy."
Ingimarr - Old Norse name composed of the name of the fertility god Ing and the word *mariR "famous," hence "Ing-famous."
Inina - Chamoru name meaning "glimmer of light."
Inês - Portuguese form of English Agnes, meaning "chaste; holy."
Inès - French form of English Agnes, meaning "chaste; holy."
Ines - Italian form of English Agnes, meaning "chaste; holy."
Ina -  Chamoru unisex name meaning "illuminate; light up." Compare with strictly feminine Ina.
Inderjit - Variant spelling of Hindi unisex Indrajit, meaning "conqueror of Indra."
Indiana - English unisex name derived from the American state name, meaning "land of the Indians."
Indigo - English unisex name, derived from vocabulary word indigo, from Greek indikon, meaning "blue dye from India." 
Indrajit - Hindi unisex name composed of the name of the king of gods, Indra, and the word jit "conqueror," hence "conqueror of Indra." In mythology, this is the name of the son of Ravana, a demon king of Ceylon.
Indy - Pet form of English unisex Indiana, meaning "land of the Indians." 
Inge - Norwegian unisex short form of longer names containing the name Ing, meaning "Lord of the Inguins." 
Inigo - Variant spelling of Spanish Iñjgo, probably meaning "my little one."
Innes - Scottish Anglicized unisex form of Gaelic Aonghas, meaning "excellent valor." 
Innis - Scottish unisex name derived from Gaelic inis, meaning "island."

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