Aaliyah : ah-LEE-ah : Arabic : Exalted One

This name took on a rise of popularity due to the actress & singer by the same name, Aaliyah.

Variations: Aliyah; Aleaha; Ally; Lia; Leigh; Lee

 

Abbarane : ah-bar-RAIN : Hebrew : Father of Many

Variations: Abbey; Abby; Raine

 

Aberdeen : ah-bur-DEEN : English : City

Variations: ?

 

Abianne : ah-BEE-enne : Origin Unknown : Graceful Joy

Variations: Abianna

 

Abida : - bi-dah : Arabic : Worshipper

Variations: ?

 

Abigail : -bi-gayl : Hebrew : Source of Joy

Variations: Abby Gail; Abbey; Abby; Gail

 

Abilene : a-bi-LEE-ne : English : Grass
Variations:

 

Absinthe : AB-synth : ?? : An aromatic herb said to have the magickal powers of protection and love

Variations: Absynthe

 

Acacia : uh-KAY-shuh : Greek : Immortality

A type of tree goes by this name.

Variations: Casey

 

Acadia : uh-KAY-dee-uh : Italian : Paradise

Variations:

 

Acantha : a-KAN-tha : Greek : Thorn, Prickle
In Greek legend she was a nymph loved by Apollo.

 

Acanthus : a-KAN-thus : Greek : Thorn, Prickle

 

Accalia : uh-KAY-lee-ah : Latin : Unknown

In Roman Mythology Accalia was the foster mother or Romulus and Remus the twin founders of Rome.

Variations: Kalia; Kaylee; Kaya; Kay

 

Acton : ACK-tun : Anglo-Saxon : Village with oak trees

 

Ada : AY-dah : German : Noble; Kind

Variations: Aida; Adah

 

Adair : ah-DARE : English : Oak tree ford

 

Adalaise : a-da-LAYSE : German : Noble

 

Adelaide : AH-dell-laide : German : Noble; Kind Spirit

A capitol city in Australia bears this name.

Variations: Adelheid; Adele; Ada

 

Aderyn : ah-DEH-runn : Welsh : Bird

Variations:

 

Adhara : ah-DAR-ah : Arabic : Maidens

This is the name of the second brightest star (after Sirius) in the constellation Canis Major.

 

Adora : a-DOR-ah : Spanish : Adoration
Variations: Adoracion

 

Adrielle : AYE-dree-ell : Hebrew - Member of God's Flock

 

Adrienne : AYE-dree-inn : French/Modern English : from the city of [H]Adria

Variations: Adrianne

 

Addien : ah-EE-enn : Welsh : beautiful

 

elry : ?? : Anglo-Saxon : Noble & Strength

Variation:

 

Aelwyn : ahl-WINN : Welsh : Fair Haired

 

Aeron : air-RON : Welsh : Fruit

 

Aidan : AY-den : Irish Gaelic : Fire

Variations: Ayden; Aidyn; Aiden

 

Aikaterine : ah-kat-er-een : Greek : Pure

 

Aiko : AY-ee-ko : Japanese : The Beloved

 

Ailish : ah-LISS : Hebrew : Consecrated to God

 

Airlia : AH-lee-ah : Greek : of the air; ethereal

 

Aisne : Unknown : French : A river in France

 

Akala : ah-KAY-lah : Aboriginal : A Parrot

 

Akina : ah-KIN-nah : Japanese : Spring Flower

 

Alabretta : ahl-ah-BRETT-ah : Greek : White pearl

 

Alameda : al-ah-MAY-duh : Latin : Ambitious

 

Alana : ah-LAYN-ah : Latin : An Offering

Variations: Alayna; Alaina

 

Alani : ah-LAN-ee : Hawaiin : Orange Tree

 

Alanis : ah-LAN-nisse : English : Female form of Alan

Made popular by the music artist Alanis Morissette.

 

Alarice : ahl-ah-RICE : German : All Ruler

 

Alaska : AH-las-kah : Eskimo : Great Land

 

Alastrona : ahl-LAS-trone-ee-ah : Irish : Pretector of mankind

 

Alchamy : al-CHEM-ee : Greek : Gold

Variations: Alchemy

 

Alethea : ahl-le-THEE-ah : Old English : Truthful One

 

Alexandra : ah-LEX-an-drah : Greek : Protector of mankind

Made famous by Queen Alexandra the wife of the late Tsar Nicholas II of Russia.

Variations: Alexandria; Alessandra; Alyxandra; Alexandrina; Alex; Alexa; Alexine; Sascha; Sandra; Xandra

 

Alexandria ah-LEX-an-dree-ah : Greek : Defender of mankind

This name is also a city in Egypt.

Variations: Alyxandria; Alexandra; Alexa; Alex; Sacha; Sandra; Xandra

 

Aleeta : ah-LEET-ah : German : Truthful one

 

Aleetza : ah-LEET-zah : Latin : Bird like

 

Alethea : ah-LAYT-hay-ah : Old Greek : verity / healing herb / mallow

 

Aleydis : ah-LAY-dis : German : Noble, kind

 

Alison : AL-lis-on : Old German : Noble, kind

Variations: Allyson; Allison; Ally

 

Alizarin : a-liz-ah-rin : ?? : Colour

 

Alkira : al-KI-rah : Aborginial : Sky

 

Allegra : ah-LEG-rah : Latin : Merry

 

Allora : ah-LORE-ah : Latin : A Laurel

Variations: Aloura; Alaura

 

Allura : ah-lure-rah : Old English : Divine Counsellor

 

Allyssa : ah-LISS-ah : Old German : Noble, kind

Variations: Allissa

 

Alpha : AL-pha : Greek : First one

 

Alpine : AL-pine : Scottish : Highlands

 

Alte : ALTE : Hebrew : Tall

Variations: Alta

 

Amaia : ah-MAY-ah : Japanese : End/Night Rain

Variations: Amaya

 

Amaranthis : ah-mah-ronnt-HISS : Old Greek : flower that never fades / flower of the gods

Amara, Anthis

 

Amaryllis : ah-MAR-ril-lee-us : Greek : A shepherdess

 

Amber : am-BUR : Arabic : Precious jewel

 

Ambrosia : am-BROS-ee-ah : Greek : Immortal

 

Amelia : ah-MEAL-ee-ah : Latin : Work of the Lord

 

Amethyst : -ME-thist : Greek : Gem, intoxicated

 

Amity : -MI-tee : Greek : Friendship

 

Amy : ay-MEE : Old French : Beloved

Variations: Aimee; Aymee

 

Anais : ah-NYE-us : Greek : Pure, chaste

 

Anamarie : an-UH-mar-ree : Hebrew : Grace

Variations: Annamarie; Annamaree

 

Anastasia : ahn-nah-STAY-zhya : Greek : Ressurrection

This name is made famous by Princess Anastasia the daughter of Tzar Nicholas and Tzarina Alexandra.

Variations: Anastacia; Anastasja; Nastassia; Nastasse; Stacia; Stacey; Stace

 

Aneurin : AHN-new-rin : Latin : Noble

Andrea : ON-dree-ah : Old English : Manly

 

Androula : an-DROLE-ah : Greek : Womanly

 

Angela : an-GELL-ah : French : Messanger

Variations: Anjela; Onjela; Angel; Angie

 

Angelina : an-GELL-lin-ah : Spanish : Angelic

Variations: Anjelina; Onjelina; Angel; Angie

 

Angharad : an-GAR-ad : Welsh : Much loved

 

Annaliese : an-NAH-lease : Hebrew : Gracious, consecrated to God

Variations: Annalise; Anna; Anne; Sanne

 

Annapurna : AHN-ah-pur-nah : Sanskrit : Shining one

 

Anne : ANN : Hebrew : Grace

Anne Frank was a famous bearer of this name, she died during the Holocaust, and her wish to become a famous author granted.

Princess Anne is another bearer of this name.

Variations: Sanne

 

Anniesse : uh-NEECE : French : holy

 

Annora : ANN-nora : Roman : Goddess of crops

 

Annunciata : ah-NUNZ-ee-ah-ta : Latin : The bearer of news

 

Antha : AHN-tha : Greek : Flowering

 

Anthea : an-THEE-ah : Greek : Lady of flowers

 

Antoinette : onn-twonn-ETT : Latin : Inestimable

Marie-Antoinette was a famous bearer with this name

 

Anya : AHN-yah : Russian : Gracious

Variations: Anja; Ania; Aine; Anne

 

Aoibh : EE-uvv : Irish : cheerful face/look / humor

 

Aoife : EE-uh-fuh : Irish : Beauty

 

Apollonia : a-POLL-in-nee-ah : Greek : Of Apollo

 

April : ape-RILL : Latin : Growth of spring

Variations: Avril

 

Aquilla : ah-quill-AH : Phoenician : Saint

 

Arabella : ah-ra-BELL-ah : Latin : Beautiful altar

Variations: Arabelle

 

Aracelis : ah-RAH-sell-ee : Welsh : Heavenly Altar

 

Araluen : -rah-loo-en : Aboriginal : Place of waterlilies

 

Arcelia : ah-CELL -lee-ah : Spanish : Treasure chest

 

Archer : ah-CHAR : Old French : Bowman

 

Aria : ah-REE-ah : Latin : Beautiful melody

 

Ariadne : -ree-ADD-knee : Greek : Holy one

 

Ariel : air-ree-AL : Jewish : Lion of God

Variations: Arielle

 

Arien : ah-REE-in : French : Enchanted

 

Arietta : ah-ree-ETT-ah : Italian : Aria

Arizona : ah-riz-OHN-ah : Spanish : Dry region

Geography: Arizona is a state in America

 

Arletta : ah-LET-ah : Italian : Descendant

 

Arriana : ah-ree-AHN-ah : Greek : Dragon Princess

Variations: Arianna; Arianne; Arriane

 

Arrosa : ah-ROS-ah : Latin : Rose

 

Arusha : ah-ROOSH-ah : Unknown Origin : Unknown Meaning

This is a place name in Tanzania.

 

Arwyn : ah-WYNN : Welsh : Fair

 

Aryn : AIR-rin : Hebrew : Enlightened

 

Asha : ASH-ah : Hebrew : Ashwood, clearing

 

Ashaleane : ASH-ah-lean : This is a creation using the names: Ashlyn, Alexandra & Jane

 

Ashley : ASH-lee : Old English : Ash-tree meadow

Variations: Ashlee; Ashleigh; Ash; Leigh; Lee

 

Ashlyn : ASH-lin : Irish : Dream, vision

Variations: Aisling; Aislinn; Aislyn; Ashlynn

 

Ashton : ASH-ton : American : Ash tree

 

Ashtyn : ASH-tin : American : From the ash tree town

 

Asia : aye-SHE-ah : English : Eastern sunrise

Geography: This is a name of a continent

Variations: Eja

 

Aspen : as-PEN : Old English : From the aspen tree

 

Assyria : aye-SEER-ee-ah : Unknown Origin : Unknown Meaning

 

Asta : ass-TAR : Greek : Star

 

Astral : ASS-tral : ?? : ??

 

Atiana : at-TEE-ahn-ah : Unknown Origin : Unknown Meaning

 

Athalia : a-THAY-lee-ah : Hindu : God is Exalted

 

Athame : a-THA-may : ?? : ??

 

Athena : a-THE-nah : Greek : Goddess of wisdom

 

Atherton : a-thur-TON : English : Lives at the spring farm

 

Atlanta : at-LAN-ta : Greek : Swift runner

Geography: The capital of Georgia, in the United States

Variations : Atalanta; Lanty

 

Aubyn : awe-BIN : Latin : Light Reddish-Brown; Colour

Variations : Auburn

 

Audra : awe-DRA : Lithuanian : Storm

 

Augusta : awe-GUS-tah : Latin : Venerable

Variations : Augustina; August; Augie; Gussie; Gus

 

Aurelie : awe-REE-lee : Latin : Gold

 

Aurora : awe-ROAR-ah : Jewish : Gold

Variations : Aurore; Aurelia; Aura; Rory

 

Autumn : awe-TUM : Latin : Autumn, season

 

Ava : a-VAH : Germany : A bird

Variations: Ave

 

Avalon : a-va-LON : Latin : Island

 

Avenable : a-VEN-ah-bull : Celtic : ??

 

Avenlee : a-VEN-lee : This name was created using the Avenable and Lee

 

Avianna : a-VEE-ahn-ah : Hebrew : Spring

 

Avoca : ah-VOC-ah : Gaelic : Sweet vale

 

Ayla : aye-LAH : Turkish : Moonlight

 

Ayn : AYN : Hebrew : Grace

 

Azalea : a-ZAY-lee-ah : Latin : Dry earth, flower

 

Azaria : a-ZAH-ree-ah : Hebrew : Helped by God

Variations: Azariah

 

Azarine : a-ZAH-reen : Teutonic : Noble woman

 

Azlyn : azz-LYN : Irish : Dream or vision

Variation : Aislinn

 

Azrielle : azz-REE-al : Hebrew : God is my aid

Variation : Azrael

 

Aztec : azz-TECH : Indian : Near the herons

 

Azure : a-ZUR-ah : Persian : Deep blue

Variations: Azura

 

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