Quentin m (Am.) variant of Quintin.
Quinctius m (L.) Name of a Roman gens; < L. quintus (OL. quinctus) fifth < quinque five.
Quincy m (E.) < L. Quintius.
Quintilianus m (L.) born in the month of Quintilis (i.e. July); < L. Quintilis the fifth month of the year (later renamed Julius, i.e. July) (the ancient Roman year begins in the month of March); < quintus fifth < quinque five. Marcus Fabius Quintilianus (fl. 35-95 A.D.) was a famous Roman rhetor.
Quintin m (E.) < L. Quintius.
Quintino m (It.) < L. Quintius.
Quintinus m (L.) belonging to Quintus; see Quintus.
Quintius m (L.) variant of Quinctius.
Quinton m (Am.) variant of Quintin.
Quinta f (L.) feminine form of Quintus.
Quintus m (L.) fifth < quinque five. Name originally given to the fifth child.
Quirinus m (L.) Major Roman deity ranking
close to Jupiter and Mars and very similar in his functions to the latter;
be the 1 c. B.C. Quirinus was completely identified with Romulus, the legendary
founder of Rome. The name means litterally he
of the Quirium - Quirium being the name of the very ancient Sabine
community which was united with Rome; < covirium
of men; < co- with, together + vir