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Name Meaning Variations Origin
Aaron To
sing; Enlightened; Messenger
Aron,
Arron
Hebrew;
Arabic
Abadi Eternal,
Lasting.
Arabic
Abasi Stern Abasey,
Abasy
Swahili
Abba Father;
Addressed to God.
Aba,
Abbe, Abbey, Abbot, Abbott, Abby
Aramaic;
Hebrew
Abban White Abbana,
Abben, Abbena, Abbin, Abbina, Abbine
Latin
Abbas Muhammed’s
uncle, Stern.
Abba Arabic
Abbey Father
rejoiced. A form of Abe, father of the multitudes.
Abby Hebrew
Abbott Father
of the abbey.
Abad
(Spanish), Abba, Abad (Spanish), Abbe (French), Abboid (Gaelic),
Abbott (Anglo-Saxon), Abby, Abot, Abott (French)
Old English
Abdul Servant
of Allah.
Abdal,
Abdala, Abdel, Abdela, Abdula, Abdulah, Abdulla, Abdullah
Arabic
Abdul Aziz Servant of the powerful
one.
Arabic
Abdullah Servant of God. Arabic
Abdul
Kareem
Servant
of the noble one, Worshipper of the generous one, Slave of the
generous God.
Abdul
Karim, Abdal Kareem, Abdal Karim
Arabic
Abdul Rahman Servant of the merciful
one.
Arabic
Abe Father
of a multitude.
Abraham,
Abie
Hebrew
Abel A
breath, Son.
Able,
Awel, Hevel, Nab
Hebrew
Abelard One who is born of firm,
High nobility, Ambitious once.
Abelarde Old German
Abernethy Mouth
or beginning of a river.
Scottish,
Gaelic
Abi Elder
brother.
Abbey,
Abbie, Abby
Turkish
Abiah God
is my father.
Abia,
Abija, Abijah, Abisha, Abishal
Hebrew
Abias One
who serves the Lord.
Hebrew
Abidan Father
of judgement.
Abidin,
Abidon
Hebrew
Abie Servant Abbey,
Abby
Arabic
Abir Strength Hebrew
Abisha Gift
of God.
Abija,
Abijah, Abisha, Abishal, Abysha, Abyshah
Hebrew
Abishur My
father’s glance
Hebrew
Abner Divine
father of light.
Hebrew
Abraham Father
of the multitudes.
Abrahamo,
Abrahan (Spanish), Abrahin (Spanish), Abrahem, Abramo (Italian), Abran,
Abraomas (Lithuanian), Alibaba, Avraham, Avram, Avrom, Habreham,
Ibrahim
Hebrew
Abram Son
of the high
father.
Abrama,
Abramah, Abramo (Italian), Avram, Avrom, Bram (Dutch), Brama, Bramah
Hebrew
Absalom Father
of peace.
Abolam,
Absolom
Hebrew
Abtin A character in Shahnameh,
Fereidoun’s father.
Persian
Abu Father Arabic
Acar Bright Turkish
Ace Unity,
One.
Latin
Achilles Without
lips.
Achille,
Achilleus
Greek
Acim The
Lord will judge.
Achim Hebrew
Ackerley From
the meadow of oak trees.
Ackerlea,
Ackerleah, Ackerlee, Ackerleigh, Ackerly
English
Ackley Dweller
at the oak tree.
Acklea,
Ackleah, Acklee, Ackleigh, Ackly
Middle
English
Actaeon History – was a famous
Theban hero, trained by the centaur Chiron. A hunter.
Aktaion Greek
Acton Belonging
to the town with oak trees.
Acten Old
English
Adahy In
the oak tree woods.
Adahi Cherokee
Adair Dweller
by the oak tree.
Adaire Scottish,
Gaelic
Adalard Noble,
Brave.
Adalarde,
Adelard, Adelarde
Old
German
Adalric Noble
ruler.
Adelric,
Adelrich, Adelrick, Adelrik
German
Adam Of
the red earth.
Adamo
(Italian), Adams, Adamson, Adan (Spanish), Adao (Portuguese), Adas
(Portuguese), Addam, Addison, Addos, Addoson, Adekin, Adem, Adham
(Irish, Scottish), Ado (Estonian), Adomas (Lithuanian)
Hebrew
Adamanan Little
Adam, Of the red earth.
Irish
Adan One
who brings pleasure.
Aden,
Adin, Adon
Arabic
Adar Dark,
Cloudy.
Addair,
Addar, Addare
Hebrew
Addison Son
of Adam, Descended from Adam, Son of the red earth.
Addis Old
EnglishOld English
Ade Royal Yoruba
Adel Fire;
Noble.
Arabic;
Old German
Aden Fiery
one.
Adan,
Adin, Adon, Adyn, Aidan, Aiden, Aidin, Aidon, Aidun, Aidyn
Irish
Ader Flock Adder Hebrew
Adham Black Arabic
Adiel Ornament
of the Lord.
Addiel Hebrew
Adil Wise,
Just.
Adeel,
Adeele, Adill
Arabic
Adilo Noble Addilo German
Adiv Pleasant,
Gentle.
Adev Hebrew
Adlai Refuge
of God; To justify.
Addlay Hebrew;
Arabic
Adler Eagle Addlah,
Addlar, Addler, Adlar
Old
German
Adley Righteous,
Just.
Adlea,
Adleah, Adlee, Adleigh
Hebrew
Adnan Pleasant Arabic
Adney Dweller
at the noble one’s land.
Adny Old
English
Adolf Noble,
fierce wolf, Hero.
Addofo
(Spanish, Italian), Adolfius, Adolfo (Spanish, Latin), Adolfus, Adolph
(German), Adolphe, Adolphius, Adolpho, Adolphus (French), Adolphu
(Swedish), Adolphus, Aethelwulf, Atofu (Western Samoan), Dolf, Dolph,
Dolphus
Old
German
Adom God will help. Akan
Adon Belonging
to the Lord.
Adonie
(Australian Aboriginal), Adonis (Hebrew), Adonys
Hebrew
Adonis Lord;
Handsome.
Adonise,
Adonys, Adonyse
Hebrew;
Greek
Adri Rock Adry Pakastani
Adrian Dark,
Rich, Mysterious, From the Adriatic Sea. A masculine form of Adriana.
Adriano
(Italian, Spanish), Adrianus, Adrien (Spanish), Adrin, Adryn, Arje
(Dutch), Arne, Arrian, Hadrian, Hadrien
Latin
Adriel Of God’s kingdom. Adrial,
Adriall, Adriell, Adryel, Adryell
Hebrew
Adrik A form of Hadrianus, Of the Adriatic;
Dark.
Aidrik Latin; Russian
Adwin Creative Adwyn Ghanian
Aegir A
sea god.
Old
Norse
Aeneas Praised Angus,
Aonghus, Eneas, Enne, Oenghus, Oengus, Oneas
Greek
Afa Hurricane Afah Tongan
Affrica Pleasant Africa
Afifi Pious, Virtuous, Forgiven. Afif Arabic
Afshin Old Iranian army
commander.
Persian
Afram Ghanaian
river.
African
Afton Geographical
– From Afton in England
Aftan,
Aften, Aftin,
Aftyn
English
Agamemnon Resolute. Working
Slowly. He was the warrior who commanded the Greeks at the siege of
Troy.
Agamemno, Agamenon Greek
Agastya One
who moves mountains.
Agastia,
Agastiah, Agastyah
Sanskrit
Agostino Anguished,
Misery.
Agostine Italian
Agrey Open
field.
Agray Latin
Agrippa Born
with the feet first.
Agripa,
Agripah, Agrippah
Latin
Agu Leopard Ibo
Agustin Highly
praised.
Agustine,
Agustin, Augustine
Latin
Ahab Uncle Hebrew
Ahava Cherished
one
Hebrew
Ahdik Deer,
Caribou
Ahdic,
Ahdick
Native
American
Ahearn Lord
of the horses; The heron.
Ahearne,
Aherin, Ahern, Aherne, Aheron, Aheryn
Scottish:
English
Ahmed Most highly adored, Highly praised. Ahmad, Ahkmed Arabic
Ahrens Powerful
eagle.
Ahren Old
German
Ahu Smoke Tongan
Aidan Little fire. Iaden,
Aidyn
Irish,
Gaelic
Aidrik
Aikane Friendly Aikan,
Aykan, Aykane
Polynesian
Aiken Made
of oak
Old
English
Aimery Hard-working
leader.
Aimeric,
Aimerie, Ameree, Amerey
German
Aimon House Aymon French
Ain Belonging
to oneself, A short form of names beginning with “Ain”.
Ayn Scottish
Aindrea Strong,
brave, courageous one. A form of Andrew.
Aindrea,
Andrea, Andreas
Irish
Ainsley From the meadow clearing. Ainslea,
Ainsleah, Ainslee, Ainslei, Ainsleigh, Ainsli, Ainslie, Ainsly,
Aynslea, Aynsleah, Aynslee, Aynsley, Aynsli, Aynslie, Aynsly
Old English
Airi EYE-rye Papua New Guinea
Aisi Ice Aisy Tongan
Ajaia Pot
maker.
Ajalah Yoruba
Ajax Eagle Greek
Ajay Victorious A.J. Punjabi
Akama Whale Akamah Australian
Aboriginal
Akar Stream Akare Turkish
Akash Sky Hindi
Akbar Great Arabic
Akecheta Warrior Akechetah Lakota
Akelina Eagle Akelinah Russian
Akemi Dawning Japanese
Akeno Morning,
From the shining field.
Japanese
Akhgar Sign of fire Persian
Akil Intelligent Akile,
Akyle
Arabic
Akim God
will establish.
Achim,
Ackim, Ackym, Akeem, Akimah
Hebrew
Akins Brave Akin,
Akyn, Akyns
Yoruba
Akio Bright Japanese
Akira Intelligence Japanese
Akiyama Autumn,
Fall.
Akima,
Akimah
Japanese
Akma Fresh
water.
Akmah,
Akmara
Australian
Aboriginal
Akmal Perfection Arabic
Aksel Tiny
oak tree.
Aksell German
Akule He
looks up.
Akul Native
American
Al Noble,
Bright, Handsome. A short form for names beginning with
“Al”.
English
Aladdin Allah’s
servant.
Aladdan,
Aladden, Aladdyn
Arabic
Alair Happy Alaire Irish
Alam Universe Arabic
Alan Handsome,
Fair, Bright, Happy.
Ailin
(Irish), Alaen, Alaene, Alain (French), Alaine, Alano (Italian),
Allan, Allen, Allin
Irish,
Gaelic
Alard Hard,
Noble.
Alarde Old
German
Alaric Wolf
ruler, Fierce, Hard, noble, supreme ruler of all.
Airik
(Swedish), Alarich, Alarick, Alarico (Spanish), Alarik, Ulrie, Ulrich
Old
German
Alastair Protector of men. Al-ah-stare Alistair,
Alasdair (Scottish)
Greek
Alba Wind Albah Australian
Aboriginal
Alberic Clever,
wise ruler.
Alberich,
Oberon
German
Albern Noble,
Courageous.
Alberne,
Alburn, Alburne
German
Albert Noble,
Industrious, Bright, Famous.
Adalbert,
Adelbert, Alberti, Albertino (Italian), Alberto (Italian, Spanish),
Albertus, Albrecht (German), Albret (French), Albyrt, Albyrte, Aubert,
Bertal, Bertel, Delbert, Elbert, Ethelbert, Halbert, Imbert, Olbracht,
Ulbricht
German
Albie Noble,
Bright. A short form of names beginning with “Albi”.
Albey,
Albie, Alby
German,
French
Albin White Alba,
Alban (Irish), Alben, Albene, Albin, Albino, Albion, Albon, Aloin
Latin
Albion White
cliffs.
Celtic
Alcander Defeder
of humandkind. A form of Alexander.
Allcander Greek
Alcott Dweller
from the old cottage.
Alcot Old
English
Aldan Wise,
old friend, Helmet.
Alden,
Aldin, Aldon, Aldyn
Old
English
Alder The
alder tree.
Aldar,
Aldare
Old
English
Alderidge From
the alder ridge.
Alderige Old
English
Aldis From
the old house.
Aldiss,
Aldous, Aldus
Old
French
Aldo Old,
Wise.
Alda,
Aldous
Old
German
Aldous Old,
Wise; From the old house.
Aldan,
Alden, Aldin, Aldon, Aldis, Aldo, Aldos, Aldren, Alous
Old
German; Old English
Aldred Old,
wise counsel.
Alldred Old
English
Aldrich Old,
wise, powerful ruler.
Aldric,
Aldrige, Alric, Alrich, Alrick, Audric (French), Eldric, Eldrige
Old
German
Aldwin Old
friend.
Aldwen,
Aldwyn
English
Alejandro Protector.
A form of Alexander.
Spanish
Alem Wisdom Alim,
Alym
Arabic
Aleric Ruler
of all.
Alerick,
Alerik, Alleric
German
Aleron Wing Latin
Alex Defender of humankind. A short form
of Alexander.
Alec, Aleck, Alecko, Aleik (Russian),
Aleizo, Alejo (Spanish), Alek, Alekko, Aleko, Alexi, Alexis, Alexio
(Portuguese), Alexis (Greek), Alexx, Alexys, Alezio, Alezios, Alezius,
Aliz, Alizk Alik, Alika, Alikka, Aliko, Alixx, Allix, Allixx, Allyx,
Allyxx, Alyc, Alyck, Alyk, Alyko, Ellec, Elleck, Ellic, Ellick, Alexander
Greek
Alexa Protector of men.
A form of Alexander.
Alexander, Alec,
Alastair
Greek
Alexis Defender of humankind. A short form
of Alexander.
Alec, Aleck, Alecko, Aleik (Russian),
Aleizo, Alejo (Spanish), Alek, Alekko, Aleko, Alexi, Alexio
(Portuguese), Alexis (Greek), Alexx, Alexys, Alezio, Alezios, Alezius,
Aliz, Alizk Alik, Alika, Alikka, Aliko, Alixx, Allix, Allixx, Allyx,
Allyxx, Alyc, Alyck, Alyk, Alyko, Ellec, Elleck, Ellic, Ellick, Alexander
Greek
Alexander Protector of
men. Defender of
humankind.
Alcander,
Alecander, Alecsader, Alecksander, Alecxander, Aleckxander, Aleister, Alejandro (Spanish),
Aleksajender (Slavic), Aleksander (Danish, Norse, Russian), Aleksandr
(Russian), Aleksei, Aleksy, Aleczi, Alessander, Alessandre (Russian),
Alessandre (French), Alexius, Alezios, Alezius, Alisander, Alisandre,
Alisaunder, Alixsander, Alixzander, Alyxxsander, Alyxxander,
Alexxzander, Alexzander
Greek
Alfie Pet form of Alfred, wise judge. Alfy Old English
Alford Wise counsellor from the old ford. Allford Old English
Alfred Old counsellor, Wise judge. Aelfric,
Ailfrid, Alfeo, Alfredas
(Lithuanian), Alfric, Alfrick, Alfrid, Alfried (German), Alfris,
Alfryd, Alured, Auveray, Avere, Avery, Elfric, Elfrick, Elfrid, Fred
Old English
Alfy A
short form of Alfred, wise judge.
Alfie Old English
Alger Noble
spearman.
Algar,
Algor, Elgar
Old
German
Algernon One
who has a beard or moustache.
Old
French
Algis Spear German
Ali The greatest, excellent noble. Arabic
Alim All
knowing, Wisdom.
Alem,
Alym
Arabic
Allambee Quiet
place.
Alambee,
Alambey,A lambi, Alambie, Alamby, Allambey, Allambi, Allambie, Allamby
Australian
Aboriginal
Allard Brave,
Noble, Determined.
Alard
(French)
Old
English
Allen Handsome,
Fair, Bright, Happy.
Alan Irish,
Gaelic
Allison Alice’s
son, Son of the little, truthful one.
Allisan,
Allisen, Allisyn
Old
English, Old German
Allistair The
avenger.
Alasdair,
Alastair, Alastor, Alistair, Alister, Allister, Allistir, Alsandair
(Irish)
Greek
Allunga Sun Allungah,
Alunga, Alungah
Australian
Aboriginal
Almeric Powerful
ruler.
Amauric,
Amaurick, Amaurik, Americk, Amerik, Amery
Old
German
Almo Noble,
Famous.
Elmo Old
English
Almon Widower Alman,
Almen, Almin, Almyn
Hebrew
Alon Oak,
Strength.
Alonn,
Allon, Allonza, Allonzo (Old German), Alonza, Alonzo (Old German)
Hebrew
Alonzo Noble, Ready for battle. Allon,
Allonza, Allonzo, Alon, Alonz, Alonza, Alonzah, Alonze
Old German
Aloysius Famous,
glorious warrior of battle.
al-oo-ISH-us Alaois,
Alois (Hungarian), Aloisia, Aloisio, Aloisy
Old
German
Alpha First-born. Alfa,
Alfah, Alfia, Alfiah, Alfya, Alfyah
Greek
Alpheus A
river god.
Alfeus,
Alpheous
Greek
Alphonse Noble,
eager to do battle.
Alfons,
Alfonso (Italian), Alfonzo, Alonzo (Spanish), Alphonsine, Alphonso,
Alphonsus
Old
German
Alphonso Ready,
Noble.
Spanish
Alpin High
mountains, Blond, fair-haired.
Alpine Scottish
Alpinolo Old
fried.
Italian
Alric All
powerful.
Alrich,
Alrick, Alrik
Old
German
Alroy Red-haired. Old
English
Alston From
the noble one’s town, Temple stone.
Alstan,
Alsten, Alstin, Alstyn
Old
English
Altair Star; Eagle flying. Altayr,
Altyr, Altar, Altayre
Greek; Arabic
Alter Elder, Senior. Altar, Altor German
Altman Wise, old Altmen Old German
Alton Dweller from the old town. Altown Old English
Alva Blond, fair-haired; Praised highly. Alvah, Alvan Latin; Hebrew
Alvan Tall Alven,
Alvin, Alvon
Tall
Alvar Sin, justice. Alva, Alvah Hebrew
Alvaro Speaker of truth. Alvar German, Spanish
Alvern Spring Alverne Latin
Alvin Beloved, Wise, Friend to all, Noble friend. Alban,
Albin, Albon, Aloin, Aluin
(French), Aluino (Spanish), Alvan, ALven, Alwin (German), Alwyn
Old German
Alvis All-wise friend; Loved by all. Aloin,
Aluin, Aluino, Alva, Alvan,
Alwin, Alwyn, Elvin, Elvis
Old Norse; Old German
Alwan Harmonious Alwen,
Alwin, Alwon, Alwun, Alwyn
Welsh
Alwyn Noble,
odl, wise, relilable friend.
Aluin,
Aluino, Alvan, Alvin, Alvyn,
Alwan, Alwen, Alwin, Alwyn, Eldan, Elden, Eldin, Eldon, Eldwin, Eldwyn,
Eldwynn
Old English
Amadeus Love of God Amadeo (Spanish),
Amadis, Amado,
Amando
Latin
Amal Industrious;
Hope.
Amahl Hebrew;
Arabic
Amama Open-mouthed
one.
Amamah Polynesian
Aman Security Amana Indonesian
Amar Immortal;
Builder.
Amari,
Amrio, Amarios, Amaris, Amarjit, Ammar, Ammer
Punjabi;
Arabic
Amaroo Beautiful
place.
Amaro Australian,
Aboriginal
Amasa Bearer
of burdens.
Amasah Hebrew
Amat Observation Amatt Indonesian
Amato Loved Amat French
Ambert Shining,
Bright light.
Amber Old
German
Ambler Stable
keeper.
Ambla,
Amblah, Amblar
English
Ambrose Divine,
Immortal.
Ambrois,
Ambroise (French), Ambrogio (Italian), Ambroisius (Dutch, German,
Swedish), Ambros (Irish), Ambrosio (Spanish), Ambrosios (Greek),
Ambrossij (Russian), Ambrossye, Ambrosye, Ambrotos , Ambroz
(Bohemian), Ambrozij (Polish), Ambrozio
Greek
Amerigo Hard-working. Amerygo Italian
Amery Ruling worker. Amerie,
Aymeree, Aymerey, Aymeri, Aymeric, Aymerick, Aymerie, Aymerik, Aymery,
Aymeryc, Aymeryck,
Aymeryk
Old French
Ames Friend Amess French
Amfrid Ancestral peace. Amfred, Amfryd German
Ami My people; Beloved friend. Amiel,
Amiram, Amy
Hebrew; Latin
Amico Friend to all. Amic,
Amick, Amicko, Amik, Amiko, Amyc, Amyck, Amycko, Amyk, Amyko
Italian
Amiel Lord of my people. Amiell,
Amyel, Amyell
Hebrew
Amik Beaver Amike Native American
Amin Faithful, Trustworthy, Loyal. Amen,
Ammen, Amnon, Amor, Amyn, Amynn
Hebrew, Arabic
Amir Prince Amyr Arabic
Amit Unfriendly; Highly praised; Endless,
Without limit, 
Amita,
Amitan, Amreet, Amrit, Amrita, Amritan, Amryt, Amryta, Amrytan
Punjabi; Arabic; Indian, Hindu
Ammon Hidden Amon,
Amond, Amun
Egyptian
Amon Faithful, Trustworthy. Aman, Amen, Amin, Amman, Ammen, Ammin,
Ammon, Ammyn, Amyn
Hebrew
Amory Famous divine ruler; Love. Ameree,
Amerey, Ameri, Amerie, Amery, Ammeree, Ammerey, Ammeri, Ammerie,
Ammery, Ammoree, Ammorey, Ammori, Ammorie, Ammory, Amoree, Amorey,
Amori, Amorie
Old German; Latin
Amos To be troubled Hebrew
Amoz Fast,
Vigorous one.
Hebrew
Amr Life Am Arabic
Amram Nation
of might.
Amarien,
Amran, Amren, Amryn
Hebrew
Amund Divine
protector, Guardian.
Amond,
Amondo, Amundo
Scandinavian
An Peace Ana,
Anah
Chinese,
Vietnamese
Ana Cave Anah Tongan
Anada Blessed Anadah Sanskrit
Anakin Warrior Anakinn,
Annakin, Annakinn, Anahkin,
Anahkinn
American
Analo Ancestral German
Anan Cloud German
Anand Bliss Ananda,
Anandah, Anant, Ananth
Hindi
Anastasius Resurrection,
Springtime. A masculine form of Anastasia.
Anastas,
Anastase, Anastasio (Spanish), Anastatius, Anastice, Anastagio,
Anastasios, Anastasij (Russian), Anastasl, Anastasi, Anastazij,
Anastazy (Polish), Nastagio
Greek
Anatole Eastern Anatol,
Anatolia, Anatoliah, Anatolio (Spanish), Antoly, Antal, Anatolie,
Anatolis
Greek
Anbiorn Bear,
Eagle.
Anbjorn Old
Norse
Ancel Servant Ancelin,
Ancelot, Ansell, Ansellus, Ansila
Latin
Anchali Painter Anchalee,
Anchaley, Anchalie, Anchaly
Taos
Ancher Anchor Anchor Greek
Ande Pillar African
Andre Manly,
Courageous. A form of Andrew.
Andas,
Andar, Anders (Greek), Andra, Andrae, Andrecito, Andree, Andrie
French,
Hebrew
Andres Manly,
Courageous. A form of Andrew.
Spanish
Andrew Manly,
Courageous, Brave.
Aindreas
(Gaelic), Analo, Anderewe, Anders, Andersen, Anderson, Andias
(Slavic), Andonis, Andor, Andras (Estonian, Hungarian), Andre
(French), Andrea, Andreas (Dutch, German), Andrei (Russian), Andreian
(Russian), Andrej (Slavic), Andreja (Serbian), Andrejeen (Slavic),
Andrejek (Slavic), Andrewe, Andronicus (Greek), Andronycus
Greek
Andros Man, Warrior, Of a man. Andris, Andres,
Andras, Andro
Greek
Andy Manly,
Courageous. A short form of Andrew.
Andi,
Andres,
Andre, Endi,
Greek
Anga Nature,
Shark.
Angah Tongan
Angelo Angel, Messenger of God. Angel, Angell,
Angello, Angelos, Angelous, Angiolo, Anglico, Aniello, Anjel, Anjell,
Anjello, Anjelo
English,
Italian
Angus The
only choice; Chosen, Possesses strength.
Ennis Scottish,
Gaelic; Celtic
Anh Safety,
Peace.
Vietnamese
Anil God
of wind.
Aneal,
Aneel, Anel, Aniel, Aniello, Anielo
Hindi
Anker Strong,
Brave, Courageous. A  form of Andrew.
Ankor,
Ankur
Danish,
Greek
Anlon Great
champion.
Anlone Celtic
Annan From
the stream.
Annen,
Annin, Annon, Annun, Annyn
Celtic
Anno Graceful.
A masculine form of Ann.
Hebrew
An-nur Light Annur Arabic
Anoke Actor Anokee,
Anokey, Anoki, Anokie, Anoky
Native
American
Anoush Everlasting Persian
Ansel Under
God’s protection.
Ansell,
Anselino, Anselyno
Old
French
Anselm Warrior
possessing divine protection.
Anse,
Ansel, Anselme, Anselmi (Italian), Anselmo (Spanish, Portuguese),
Ansheim (German)
Old
German
Ansley Graceful
meadow.
Anslea,
Ansleah, Anslee, Ansleigh, Ansli,A nslie, Ansly
Old
English, Hebrew
Anson Ann’s
son, Son of the graceful one. A masculine form of Ann.
Ansan,
Ansen,A nsin, Ansyn
Old
English, Hebrew
Antares A star. Greek
Anthe Strong, Brave, Courageous. A form of
Andrew.
Anthey,
Anthi, Anthie, Anthy, Anti, Antty, Anty
Greek
Anthony Worth of praise, Priceless. Anfonee,
Anfoney, Anfoni, Anfonie, Anfony, Antain, Antaine, Antal, Antek,
Antanas, Ante, Antholin,
Anthonee, Anthoney, Anthoni, Anthonie, Antin, Anto, Antoin (Irish),
Antoine (French), Anton (German, Swedish, Russian), Antone, Antonee,
Antoney, Antoni (Polish), Antonie, Antonij (Russian), Antonija,
Antonin, Antonina, Antonio (Italian, Spanish, Portuguese), Antonius
(Latin), Antons, Antony (Italian), Hanto, Tony
Latin
Antoine Praiseworthy. A form of Anthony. Antione,
Antjuan, Antuan, Antuwain, Antuwaine, Antuwayne, Antuwon, Antwahn,
Antwain, Antwaine, Antwan, Antwaun, Antwohn, Antwoin, Antwoine, Antwon,
Antwone.
French
Antony Praiseworth,
flourishing
Italian
Antti Strong, Brave, Courageous. A form of
Andrew.
Antey,
Anthi, Anthie, Anthy, Anti, Antty, Anty
Finnish, Greek
Anu Little;
Atom, molecule; Cold
Bangladeshi;
Sanskrit; Hawaiian
Anuj Younger
brother, Later born
Sanskrit
Anwar Ray of light. Anward Arabic
Anwell Dearest Anwel,
Anwil, Anwill, Anwyl, Anwyll
Welsh
Apiatan Wooden lance. Kiowa
Apollo God of the sun, Sunlight,  Manly beauty Apolinario,
Apolinaro, Apolo, Apolonio, Appollo, Appolo, Appolonio
Greek
Apurta Stone Apurtah Australian Aboriginal
Aquila Eagle Aquil,
Aquill, Aquilla, Aquyl, Aquyla, Aquyll, Aquylla
Latin
Ara Altar Arah Latin
Arafat Mountain of recognition Ara Arabic
Araldo Ruler of the army. Haraldo Spanish, Scandinavian
Aram High, exalted Hebrew
Aramis Sky, Reflection of heaven. French
Aran Forest Arane Thai
Arash A hero in Persian folklore. Persian
Arawa Shark Arawah Maori
Archard Sacred, Powerful; Archer Archar, Archer, Archor French; Old English
Archer Bow, Archer Archar,
Archard, Archor
Old English
Archibald Very bold, Very brave, Valuable Archaimbaud (German), Archie,
Archambaud, Archambault (French), Arche, Archee, Archey, Archibaldes,
Archibales (Lithuanian), Archi, Archibaldo (Italian), Archy, Archybald,
Archybalde, Archybaldes, Archybauld, Archybaulde
Old German
Archie Very bold. Short form of Archibald Archibald Old German
Archimedes Brilliant Archim, Archymedes Greek
Ardai High valour, brave, warrior Ardae,
Ardal, Arday
Celtic
Ardell Eager Ardall, Ardel Latin
Arden Ablaze; Dwelling place Ardan, Ardent,
Ardin, Ardint, Ardyn,
Ardynt
Latin; Old English
Ardley From the fiery meadow, From the
ardent one’s meadow
Ardlea,
Ardlea, Ardlee, Ardleigh, Ardli, Ardlie, Ardly
Old English, Latin
Ardmore Intense desire, ardent Ardmoar,
Ardmoare, Ardmoor, Ardmoore,
Ardmor
Latin
Ardon Bronze Ardan, Arden,
Ardin, Ardun, Ardyn
Hebrew
Aren Eagle, ruler,
peace
Danish
Arentino Virtuous, Purity Aretin,
Aretine, Artyn, Artyno
Italian
Arif Acquainted; Knowledgable Areef, Aryf Arabic
Argus Vigilant,
watchful
Greek
Argyle From Ireland Argile,
Argiles, Argyles
Gaelic
Ari Strong, Worthy lion Aree,
Arey, Arie, Ary
Hebrew
Arian Derived from Arion See Arion
Aric Ruler Aaric,
Aarick, Aarik, Arick, Arik, Aryc, Aryck, Aryk
Old English
Ariel God’s lion Airal,
Arel, Areli, Ariele, Ariell,
Arielle, Ario, Aryeh, Aryel, Aryell, Aryl, Aryll, Arylle
Hebrew
Aries Ram, War-like one. Arees, Aryes Latin
Arif All-knowing. Aref, Aryf Arabic
Ariki First-born child; Chief. Aricki,
Arikee, Arikey, Arikie, Ariky
Maori; Polynesian
Arion Magic horse. Arian,
Arien, Ariona, Arionah, Aryon, Aryona, Aryonah
Greek
Aristides Descendant
of the brilliant one.
Aristede,
Aristedes, Aristide, Arisztid, Arysrides, Arystydes
Greek
Aristo Brilliant Aristophanes,
Aristotle, Arysto, Arystotle
Greek
Aristotle Brilliant
thinker.
Aristotal,
Aristotel, Aristotol, Aristott, Aristotyl, Arystotte
Greek
Arjuna White Arjun,
Arjunah
Sanskrit
Arkady Bold Arkadee,
Arkadey, Arkadi, Arkadie
Russian,
German
Arkell Eagle
cauldron.
Arkel Old
Norse
Arkin Son
of the eternal king.
Aricin,
Arkeen, Arkyn
Norwegian
Arledge From
the ledge of the hares.
Arlege,
Arlidge, Arlledge, Arllege
English
Arlen Promise Arlan,
Arland, Arlin, Arlon, Arlyn
Irish,
Gaelic
Arlo Strong,
brave, courageous one. A form of Andrew.
Arlow Latin,
Greek
Arlyn Adventure
at the waterfall pool.
Arland,
Arlin, Arlind, Arlynd
Old
German
Arman Castle Armani,
Armanie, Armany, Armen, Armin, Armon, Armyyn
Hebrew
Armand Of the army,
Strong, brave, courageous army.
Arman,
Armando, Armin, Armon, Armond
Old German / Grek
Armande Of the army. Armand, Armando French
Armando Of the army. Armand, Armande Italian/Spainish
Armany Cunning,
Sly.
Armanee,
Armaney, Armani, Armanie
Hungarian
Arminius Chief. Armynius Latin
Armon Castle Amrond,
Armondo
Hebrew
Armourel Dweller
by the sea.
Armourell Gaelic
Armstrong Strong
armed.
Armstronge Old
English
Arnan Joyful,
Happy, Quick.
Arnane Hebrew
Arnaud Ruler of eagles.
Arne Eagle.
A short form of Arnold, strong, powerful eage.
Arnie Old German
Arnie Eagle.
A short form of Arnold, strong, powerful eage.
Arney,
Arni, Arny
Old German
Arnette Little
ruleing eagle.
Arnat,
Arnatt, Arnet, Arnett, Arnot, Arnott
English
Arnfinn White Arnfin,
Arnfyn, Arnfynn
Old
Norse
Arnold Strong as an
eagle.
Ahnals,
Ahnaldo, Ahneld, Ahneldo, Ahnold, Ahnoldo, Ahrelds, Ahrent, Arend,
Arman, Armand, Armant, Arnal, Arnald, Arnalde, Arnaldo (Spanish).
Arnall, Arnelle, Arnaud (French), Arnaude, Arnaut, Arndt, Arnel,
Arnele, Arnell, Arnelle, Arnes, Arness, Arnet, Arnett, Arnhold (Old
German), Arnie, Arno (German), Arnolda, Arnoldah, Arnoldas, Arnolde,
Arnoldo (Italian), Arnol, Arnoll, Arnolt, Arnot, Arnott, Arnoud, Arold,
Arnyld
Old German
Arnon River
rushing.
Arnan,
Arnen, Arnin, Arnyn
Hebrew
Arod Fast,
Rapidly moving.
Hebrew
Aron To sing. Aaran,
Aarin, Aaron, Aaryn, Aharon, Ahron, Arend, Ari, Arin, Arnie, Arny,
Aron, Arrin, Arron, Arryn, Erin, Haroun
Hebrew
Aroon Dawn Aroone Thai
Arran Island dweller. Aran,
Aren, Arin, Aron, Arren, Arrin, Arron, Arryn, Aryn
Scottish
Arrio War-like. Ario,
Arryo, Aryo
Spanish
Arsenio Masculine. Arsen,
Arsene, Arseneo, Arsenius, Arseny, Arsenyo, Arsinio, Arsinyo
Greek
Arsha Venerable,
Old, Great.
Arshah Persian
Arsham Very powerful. Persian
Art A rock;
Noble one from the lofty hill; Bear; Follower of Thor, Thunder. A
short form of Arthur, noble strength.
Arte English;
Irish; Scottish, Welsh; Icelandic
Artemis Intelligent Artamenes,
Artameenes, Artwmene
Persian
Arthur Noble
strength; Bear.
Artai
(Scottish), Artemas, Atremin, Artemus, Arther, Arthyr, Artur
(Portuguese, German), Arturo (Italian, Spanish), Artus (French),
Aurthur, Arto (Finnish), Artius, Artor, Artorioos (Greek), Atorus
Celtic;
Scottish, Welsh.
Artie Bear.
A short form of Arthur.
Arthur, Arty Celtic
Arty Bear.
A short form of Arthur.
Artie, Arthur Celtic
Arun Sun Aruns Cambodian, Hindi
Arundel From
the eagle valley.
Arundle English
Arva From
the coastal area; Eagle.
Arvah Latin;
Danish
Arvad Wandering;
Friend.
Arved,
Arvid, Arvind, Arvinder
Hebrew;
English
Arval From
the cultured land.
Arvel,
Arvil, Arvol, Arvyl
Latin
Arvin Friend
to the people.
Arvan,
Arven, Arvon, Arvyn
Old
German
Aryeh Lion Arye Hebrew
Aryo Iranian hero who fought against
Alexander the Great.
Persian
Asa Healer;
Born in the morning.
Asah Hebrew;
Japanese
Asad Lion Asaad,
Asad
Arabic
Asadel Prosperous Asadul,
Asadyl
Arabic
Asaph Gathering Asaf Hebrew
Asarel God
has bound.
Asarell Hebrew
Asbjorn Divine
bear.
Bjorn Norse
Asbrand Divine
sword.
Asbran,
Asbrando, Asbrandt
Norse
Ascott Dweller
at the cottage in the east.
Ascot Old
English
Aseath Dedicated
to God.
Asenaf Egyptian
Asgard Divine
guardian.
Asgar Norse
Ash From the Ash tree.
A form of Ashley. A short form for names beginning with
“Ash”.
English
Ashburn Dweller
at the ash-tree stream.
Ashbern,
Ashberne, Ashbirn, Ashbirne, Ashborn, Ashborne, Ashbourn, Ashbourne,
Ashburne
Old
English
Ashburton From
the burnt ash-tree town.
Ashberton,
Ashbirton
Old
English
Ashby By
the ash trees.
Ashbee,
Ashbey, Ashbie
Scandinavian
Asher Happy,
Blessed.
Asha,
Ashah, Ashar, Asherman
Hebrew
Ashford From
the ash-tree ford.
Ashforde Old
English
Ashley Form the
ash-tree meadow.
Ashlea,
Ashleah, Ashlee, Ashleigh, Ashlie, Ashlin, Ashly
Old
English
Ashur Black Asher,
Ashir, Ashyr
Hebrew
Ashton Dweller at the ash-tree town; from
the ash tree.
Ashtan,
Ashten, Ashtin, Ashtown,
Aston, Astown, Ashtyn
Old English
Ashur Black Asher,
Ashir, Ashyr
Hebrew
Ashwin Star Ashwan,
Ashwen, Ashwon, Ashwyn
Hindi
Asiel Created by God. Asyel Hebrew
Asim Protector, Guardian. Asym Arabic
Asker Warrior Aske Turkish
Aslak Divine
sport.
Norse
Asmunder Divine
hand.
Asmund,
Asmundo
Old
Norse
Astley Star-lit
field.
Asterlea,
Asterleah, Asterlee, Asterleigh, Asterley, Asterlie, Asterly, Astlea,
Astleah, Astlee, Astleigh, Astlie, Astly
Greek
Aston From
the easterly town.
Ashton,
Ashtown, Asten, Astin Aston, Astown, Astyn
Old
English
Asvard Divine,
Powerfull guardian, Protector.
Asvardo Norse
Asvor Discreet Asvar,
Asver, Asvir
Norse
Aswad Black Aswald Arabic
Ata Twin Atah Fanti
Atalik Like
his father.
Atalyk Hungarian
Atamai Knowing
all; Intellect.
Atama,
Atamay
Maori;
Tongan
Atarah Crown Atara Hebrew
Athan Immortal Ateef,
Atek (Polish), Atef, Athen, Athens, Athin, Athins, Athon, Athons,
Athyn, Athyns
Greek
Athelstan Reliable, Noble, Stone. Athalstan,
Athilstan, Athol
(Scottish), Atholstan, Athylstan
Old English
Atherton Dweller at the stream town. Athaton,
Atheton, Atholton
Old English
Athol From Ireland. Affol,
Affolatan, Athal, Athalton,
Athel, Athelton, Athil, Athilton, Atholton, Athyl, Athyton
Scottish, Gaelic
Ati Clan, Family. Atee, Atey,A tie, Aty Maori
Atid Sun Atyd Thai
Atif Caring Atyf Arabic
Atiu The eldest. Polynesian
Atkins At the relations’ place. Akin, Akins,
Akyn, Akyns, Atkin, Atkyn, Atkyns
Old English
Atley At the meadow. Atlea,
Atleah, Atlee, Atleigh, Atli, Atlie, Atly,
Attlea, Attleah, Attlee, Attleigh, Attley, Attli, Attlie, Attly
English
Atofu Noble, Fierce wolf, Hero. A form of
Adolf.
Western Samoan
Attila Father Attilah,
Attilio, Attyla, Attylah,
Atou
Greek
Attlee At the woods in the meadow. Atlea,
Atleah, Atlee, Atleigh, Atley, Atli, Atlie, Atly, Attlea, Attleah,
Attleigh, Attley, Attli, Attlie,
Attly
Old English
Atwater At the edge of the water. Attwater English
Atwell At the edge of the well. Attwel, Atwel English
Atwood At
the wood.
Attwood English
Atworth At
the farm.
Attworth English
Auberon King
of the fairies. A form of Oberon.
Oberon Old
German
Aubrey Reddish,
brown-haired, Powerful wise leader.
Alberik,
Auberon, Aubree, Aubrie, Aubry, Avery, Oberon
Old
French
Auburn Reddish,
Brown-Haired.
Abern,
Aberne, Abirn, Abirne, Aburn, Aburne, Auban, Auben, Aubern, Auberne,
Aubin (French), Aubirn, Aubirne, Auburne
French
Auden Old
friend.
Audan,
Audin, Audon, Audyn
English
Audie Noble,
Strong.
Audi,
Audy
German
Audon Rich,
Old.
Audan,
Audelon, Auden, Audin
French
Audric Wise
ruler.
Audrick,
Audrik
English
Audun Deserted
space; Old friend.
Audan,
Auden,Audon
Scandinavian;
Old English
Auguste Revered,
Exalted, Worthy of honour.
Latin
Augustus Revered,
Exalted, Worthy of honour.
Agustas,
Agustin, Agustus, Agustys, Agust, Auguste (French), Augustin,
Augustinas (Lithuanian), Augustino (Italian), Augusto, Augustyne
(Polish), Austen, Austin, Auston, Avgust (Russian)
Latin
Aukai Seafarer,
Sailer.
Hawaiian
Aurek Golden-haired. Polish
Aurelian Golden
dawn.
Aurel,
Aurelio, Aurelius
Latin
Aurick Protecting
ruler.
Auric,
Aurik, Auryck
German
Austin Revered, exalted, Little but
majestic.
Austan, Austen,
Auston, Austyn, Augustin
Latin
Avel Breath Avell Russian
Avent Born
during Advent.
Advent,
Aventin, Aventino
French
Averall Born
in April.
Averal,
Averel, Averey, Avery
Middle
English
Avi My
father.
Avy Hebrew
Aviv Youthful,
Spring time.
Hebrew
Avlar Old
army.
Avler,
Avlor
German
Avram Father
of the multitudes.
Arram,
Avraham, Avrom, Avrum, Avrym
Hebrew
Awan Somebody Awen,
Awin, Awon, Awyn
Native
American
Awwal First
born.
Awal Arabic
Axel Source of all
life; Father of peace.
Axelle,
Axil, Axyl
Greek;
Norse, Old German
Axelle Father of peace. French
Aydin Intelligence; Attractive Aidan,
Aiden, Aidin, Aidon, Aidyn, Aydan, Ayden (Greek), Aydon, Aydyn
Turkish
Ayer Heir,
Son.
Old
French
Ayinde Given
praise.
Yoruba
Aylmer Noble,
Famous.
Ailmer Old
English
Aylward Noble
guardian.
Ailward Old
English
Aylwin Noble
friend.
Ailwan,
Ailwen, Ailwin, Ailwyn, Alwan, Alwen, Alwin, Alwon, Alwyn
Old
English
Aymil Industrious Aimil,
Aimyl
Greek
Aymon Mighty,
wise protector.
Aiman,
Aimen,Aimin, Aimon, Aimyn
French
Azad Freedom Asad,
Azad, Azzad
Turkish
Azaliah Near the Lord, Reserved by God Azalia Hebrew
Azariah God
aids and blesses.
Azaria Hebrew
Azeem Defender Aseem,
Asim
Arabic
Azel Noble Azal,
Azil, Azol, Azyl
Hebrew
Azi Youth Azee,
Azie
Nigerian
Azik Laughter,
God smiles. A form of Isaac.
Russian,
Hebrew
Azim Great Arabic
Azin Decoration Persian
Aziz Precious Swahili
Azuriah Aided
by God.
Azaria,
Azariah, Azuria
Hebrew
Azzan Great
strength.
Azza,
Azzah
Hebrew