US Popularity:6717
Other Origin(s):French
Meaning:From the manse; From Le Mans, France
Mansel is a masculine name with Old English and Old French connections. Typically used as a last name, it translates to “from the manse” and once referred to someone who owned a large area of land that supported a family. Mansel may also translate to “from Le Mans, France,” connecting baby to the historical city that’s rich with different sights. If your little one’s family tree has roots in France, Mansel is sure to help them grow their curious, adventurous side.

Mansel Name Popularity Data

Yearly Ranking Change:

in 1964
+ 1688
from 1962
In comparison to the previous year's data

Search Baby Boy Names

Search by:

  • Name or Meaning
  • Filter
  • Letter