Adila Arabic Equal, like. Ashley Old English From the Ash tree. Amazon Rapids Fun stories for kids on the go. Armynel French A woman of the army.
Also a unisex name. Aintzane Basque glorious Airlia Greek Ethereal. Akala Aboriginal A parrot. Derived from a word that is used as a term of endearment by the Irish. The feminine form of Alan. Alana Irish Gaelic The bright fair one, the beautiful child. Alani Hawaiian An Orange tree. Alaqua Native American A sweet Gum tree. Alarice Teutonic The ruler of all.
The feminine form of Alaric. Alastrina Greek The protector of mankind. The feminine form of Alastair. Alatea Spanish from Greek Truth. Alberta Teutonic Noble and illustrious. The feminine form of Albert, and also the name of a Canadian province. Albina Latin A white lady, someone of very fair hair and colouring.
Albinka Latin blond Alcina Greek Strong-minded. A sorceress in Greek mythology. Alda Teutonic Wise and rich. From Leda and Bell. Aldara Greek A winged gift. Aldora Old English Of noble rank. Alejandra Spanish The defender, or helper of mankind. Feminine form of Alexander. Aleka Greek The defender, or helper of mankind. From the name Magdalene. Alessandra Italian The defender, or helper of mankind.
A form of Alexander, but also used as an independent name. Alexandra Greek The defender, or helper of mankind. Feminine forms of Alexis. Alexis Greek The protector and helper of mankind. A boy or girl's name. Alfonsa Teutonic Noble and ready. Feminine form of Alphonse. Alfreda Teutonic A wise counsellor. Feminine form of Alfred. Ali Arabic Exalted, or noble. The wise counsellor, or the truthful one. The name became popular after the publication of Lewis Carroll's Alice in Wonderland books.
Also see Alicia and Alison. A form of Alice, but often used as an independent name. Alida Latin The little winged one. Alike Nigerian girl who drives out beautiful women Alima Arabic Skilled in dancing and music. Alinga Aboriginal The sun. Alisa Italian The wise counsellor, or the truthful one. Alison Old English The light of the sun. Alka Polish Noble, brilliant. Alkina Aboriginal The moon. Alkira Aboriginal The sky. From the name Alexandra, Alice or Alison. Allora Aboriginal The place of the swamp.
The name of a town in Queensland. Allunga Aboriginal The sun. Almira Arabic Truth without question. Alodie Old English Wealthy, prosperous.
Alona Hebrew From the Oak tree. The feminine form of Louis. First letter of the Greek alphabet. Alula Latin A star in Ursa Major. Aluma Hebrew A girl. Alumit Hebrew secret Alva Latin The white or blonde one. Also a nickname from Alvina. Alvina Teutonic A beloved and noble friend.
The feminine form of Alvin. Alvita Latin Vivacious, full of life. Alysa Greek princess Alysia Greek Possessive. Alyssa Greek The sane one.
Also a form of Alicia. Alzena Arabic A woman. Ama Ghanian Born on Saturday. Amabel Latin Lovable, the sweet one. Amadea Latin Beloved of God. Amadi Nigerian general rejoicing, seemed destined to die at Amadika Zimbabwean The beloved one. Amadis Latin love of god Amadora Italian The gift of love. Amaia Basque end Amala Arabic Hope. Amalie Teutonic Industrious, striving.
Amana Hebrew Faithful or loyal. Amanda Latin Worthy of being loved. Amani Arabic An aspiration, a desire. Amara Greek Unfading or eternal beauty. Amarante French flower name Amaranth Greek An unfading flower. Amaris Hebrew God has promised. Amaryllis Greek A shepherdess.
Also a flower name. Also after the Amazon River. Ambar Sanskrit Of the sky. The feminine form of Ambrose. Formed from Amelia and Linda. Ami Japanese friend Amice Latin Friendship. Amina Arabic Honest, faithful. Aminta Greek The protector. Amorita Latin The little beloved one. Amy Old French Beloved. Also a nickname from Amelia.
Ana Russian from Greek She who will rise again. Anana African Soft, gentle. The name of a 4th-century saint. Anata Babylonian The goddess of the earth. Anatola Greek From the east. The feminine form of Anatole, Anatholia, Anatolia. From the Hebrew name Hannah, meaning. Ancelin Old French A spear attendant.
The feminine form of Lancelot. Ancilla Latin A handmaiden. The feminine form of Andrew or Andreas. A heroine of Greek legend, who was rescued from a sea monster by Perseus.
Aneira Welsh Truly golden. The feminine form of Aneurin. Anemone Greek A wind flower. A mythological nymph who turned into a flower. Angela Greek A heavenly messenger, an angel.
Angelica Latin The angelic one. Also a form of Angela and a plant name. Angwen Welsh Very handsome. Anila Sanskrit Of the wind. Anne - Grace, or favoured by God. Margaret - A pearl. From the Hebrew name Hannah. From Anna and Maria. Liese - Consecrated to God. Annice Old English Pure, chaste. Annissa Arabic Charming, gracious. Annora Latin honor Annunziata Italian The bearer of news. Anona Latin Of the harvest. Anselma Teutonic A divine helmet. The feminine form of Anselm. Anteia Greek A mythological figure.
Antigone Greek A name featured in mythology and implying strength of character. Antionette Latin Flourishing, praiseworthy. From the name Antonia. The feminine form of Antony. Antonia Latin Beyond price, praiseworthy. Feminine form of Anthony. Anzu Japanese An apricot. Aolani Hawaiian A heavenly cloud. Apara Nigerian One who comes and goes. Aphrodite Greek The mythological goddess of beauty, love and fertility.
Apirka Gaelic pleasant Apolline Greek The sun, sunlight. Apollonia Greek Belonging to Apollo. Aqua Latin A gemstone and colour name. From the name Aquamarine. Aquamarine Latin A colour name. Aquaria Latin After the zodiac sign and constellation of Aquarius. Arabelle German beautiful eagle Araceli Latin alter of heaven Arachne Greek A mythological maiden who was turned into a spider. Araluen Aboriginal The place of waterlilies. Araminta Greek A beautiful, fragrant flower.
Arashel Hebrew strong and protected hill Araxie Armenian river said to inspire poetic expression Arcadia Greek After Arcady, a mountainous region of Greece. Ardelia Latin zealous Ardelle Latin Warm and enthusiastic. Arella Hebrew angel messenger Areta Greek Virtuous, one of untarnished reputation.
Argenta Latin The silvery one. Aria Latin A beautiful melody. Ariadne Greek The holy one. Read more about Abigail. Read more about Abilene. Read more about Abir. Read more about Abra. Read more about Abree. Read more about Abri. Read more about Abriana. Abrielle is a gorgeous name that combines the grace of Gabrielle with the spunkiness of Ariel.
Read more about Abrielle. Read more about Abrienne. Read more about Abril. Thorny; In Greek mythology, the acacia tree symbolizes immortality and resurrection. Acacia wood was used in the Bible to Read more about Acacia. Read more about Academia. The descendants of the Arcadians settled in Lousiana and became known as Cajuns. Read more about Acadia. Read more about Acantha.
Meaning uncertain; possibly derived from Acca Larentia, the mythological she-wolf who nursed the twins Remus and Romulus. Read more about Accalia. Gender Any Boy Girl Unisex. Baby Girl Names Girl Trying to pick a name for your future daughter? Aada Finnish Origin Read more about Aada. Lady of the waves Read more about Aallotar. Abaigael Hebrew Origin Read more about Abaigael.
Abaigeal Gaelic Origin Read more about Abaigeal. Abarrane Hebrew Origin Read more about Abarrane. Place name of a town in Greece Read more about Abdera.
Sight of day Cheyenne Read more about Abedabun. Abegail Spanish Origin Read more about Abegail. Abella French Origin Read more about Abella. Born on Tuesday Read more about Abena.
Stays at home Cheyenne Read more about Abequa.
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