Names That Mean Two

  1. Arlo
    • Origin:

      Irish or English
    • Meaning:

      "between two hills"
    • Description:

      Quirky cool Arlo is now well and truly back. Last year it broke into the US Top 200 boy names and consistently ranks among the most popular boy names on Nameberry.
  2. Arlo
    • Origin:

      Irish, English
    • Meaning:

      "between two hills"
    • Description:

      Arlo, an unexpectedly popular name for boys these days, is also finding new life as a girls' name. The first name Arlo may be rooted in the surname Arlow or the place name Aherlow, meaning "between two highlands". As a surname, it also has roots in a place name meaning "rocky hill".
  3. Siddharth
    • Origin:

      Sanskrit
    • Meaning:

      "one who has accomplished a goal"
    • Description:

      Siddhartha Gautama was one of the real names of Buddha, making this an impressive and weighty name among the Buddhist community.
  4. Deuce
    • Origin:

      English word name or nickname
    • Meaning:

      "two"
    • Description:

      Basketball's Jayson Tatum introduced this to the naming lexicon when he used it as a clever nickname for his son, Jayson Christoper Jr. It fits in with nicknames like Trey or Trip for boys who are the third in the family with their name; we've even heard Quatty and Quinto.
  5. Tuppence
    • Origin:

      English word name
    • Meaning:

      "two pence"
    • Description:

      This quirky British nickname-turned- real-name is most famously borne by English actress Tuppence Middleton, who was named for her mother Tina’s childhood nickname. There is also a British literary namesake in Agatha Christie’s fictional detective Tuppence Beresford, whose real name is Prudence.
  6. Twain
    • Origin:

      English
    • Meaning:

      "divided in two"
    • Description:

      Twain can be thought of as a modernization (and possible namesake) of the dated Wayne, seasoned with the humor of Mark Twain, who adopted it from a river term.
  7. Duet
    • Origin:

      Latin
    • Meaning:

      "music for two"
  8. Duet
    • Origin:

      Latin
    • Meaning:

      "music for two"