Dictionary of Medieval Names
from European Sources

Honorius m. A derivative of Latin honorus 'conferring honor'.

The name of a 4th-5th C Roman emperor, a 7th C English saint, a 7th C French saint, a 7th C pope, an 11th C antipope, a 12th C pope, and two 13th C popes.

France
Latin
1127 Honorii (gen) CartStPC III, Honorius (nom) ibid. III; 1216x1227 Honorio (abl) ChartCaen2 19
Germany
Latin
1216 Honorii (gen) hennes-vol1 25, Honorius (nom) ibid. 23; 1217 Honorius (nom) ibid. 27; 1218 Honorius (nom) ibid. 29; 1220 Honorio (abl) ibid. 48
Italy
Latin
1126 Honorius (nom) UrkStyria 116, Honorivs (nom) ibid. 116; 1220 Honorii (gen) hennes-vol1 49, Honorius (nom) ibid. 46; 1221 Honorius (nom) ibid. 50; 1223 Honorius (nom) ibid. 63; 1224 Honorius (nom) UrkRott-1 17; 1226 Honorio (abl) hennes-vol1 71
Wales
Latin
1247 Ynyr (gen) ArchCambIII p. 228; 1452 Ynyr (nom) ibid. p. 71; 1453 Ynyr (nom) ibid. p. 69; 1454 Ynyr (nom) ibid. p. 71; 1456 Ynyr (nom) ibid. p. 258; 1457 Ynyr (nom) ibid. p. 259
Cite as: S.L. Uckelman. "Honorius". In S.L. Uckelman, ed. The Dictionary of Medieval Names from European Sources, Edition 2017, no. 1. http://dmnes.org/2017/1/name/Honorius.