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This is a list of submitted names in which an editor of the name is Frollein Gladys.
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Aabel m Estonian (Archaic), Finnish (Rare)
Estonian form and Finnish variant of Abel.
Aabharana f Indian (Rare)
Variant transcription of Abharana.
Aabid m Arabic
Means "the workshipper" in Arabic, deriving from the roots ع-ب-د (ʿa-b-d), the same of 'abd.
Aabo m Estonian
Variant of Aapo.
Aadam m Urdu, Somali, Estonian
Urdu, Somali, and Estonian form of Adam.
Aade f Estonian
Of uncertain origin and meaning. Theories include a derivation from Estonian aade "idea, thought" (compare the Finnish masculine name Aate).
Aadu m Estonian
Originally a vernacular form of Aadolf and Aadam, now used as a given name in its own right.
Aagje f Dutch, Belgian
Short form of Agatha. In some cases there might also be a connection to Age 1.
Aaike f & m Dutch
Diminutive of names beginning with Agi or Adal.
A'akuluujjusi f Inuit Mythology
A'akuluujjusi is the great creator mother among the Inuit people.
Aale f Estonian
Estonian form of Alla and Estonian diminutive of Rosalia.
Aaleiya f Obscure
Variant of Aaliyah.
Aalish f Manx
Manx form of Alice.
Aaliya f Pakistani
Variant of Aaliyah.
Aalona m Hawaiian
Hawaiian form of Aaron.
Aamna f Pakistani, Arabic
Variant of Amna.
Aamor f Spanish (Latin American, Rare)
Possibly a variant of Aanor influenced by Latin amor "love".
Aanisah f Muslim (Rare)
Variant transcription of Anisa.
Aanor f Breton
Variant of Azenor. Folk etymology likes to associate this name with Eléonore due to confusing the variant Aenor with the possibly Germanic name Aenor borne by the mother of Eleanor of Aquitaine (see Eleanor for further information).
Aanya f Indian
From a Sanskrit word meaning "inexhaustible"
Aara f & m Arabic
Means "one who adorns, beautifier" in Arabic.
Aarah f Indian (Muslim), English
Variant of Aara, though it may also be used as a feminine form of Aaron.
Aaraya f & m Indian (Rare)
Variant of Arya 1.
Aare m Estonian
Derived from Estonian aare "treasure" and cognate of Finnish Aarre.
Aaric m American (Modern, Rare)
Variant of Eric influenced by Aaron.
Aaricia f Scandinavian
Likely a variant of Aricia.
Aarin m & f English (American)
Variant of Aaron or Erin
Aaró m Catalan (Rare)
Catalan form of Aaron.
Aaroun m Provençal, Niçard
Niçard form of Aaron.
Aarya f & m Indian, Marathi
Variant of Arya 1.
Aasa f Estonian
Commonly derived from Estonian aas "meadow", this name might have originally been a variant of Aase.
Aasha f Indian, Hindi, Tamil
Variant of Asha 1.
Aashiya f Indian (Rare)
Means "nest, small dwelling" in Hindi.
Aasiyah f Arabic
Variant of Asiya.
Aassanaaq m Inuit
Popular diminutive being Ossie.
Aassem m Arabic (Rare)
Variant transcription of Asim 1.
Aatrey m Hindi (Rare)
Meaning unknown.
Aatxe m Basque Mythology, Popular Culture
Means "calf" or more specifically, "young bull" in Basque. In Basque mythology, Aatxe is either the androgynous deity Mari 3 embodied as a young cow or bull, or a lesser shapeshifting spirit that takes the form of a bull and occasionally a human; the latter emerges at night, especially in stormy weather, from his cave dwelling in the Basque mountains.
Aaue f Manx
Manx form of Eve via Old Irish Eua.
Aavo m Estonian
Originally s short form of Avraham, now used as a given name in its own right.
Abád m Medieval Hungarian
Diminutive of Aba.
Abadia f Portuguese (Brazilian)
Derived from Portuguese abadia "abbey", this name is usually used in reference to the title of the Virgin Mary Nossa Senhora da Abadia "Our Lady of the Abbey". The title itself goes back to a Marian apparition near the Abadia do Bouro in Braga, Portugal... [more]
Abadian m Judeo-Spanish
Judeo-Spanish form of Obadiah.
Abaigael f Obscure
Variant of Abigail.
Abaigeal f Irish (Rare)
Irish form of Abigail.
Abaigh f Irish (Rare)
Irish form of Abby.
Abalina f Obscure
Possibly a variant of Abilene.
Aban m & f Medieval Arabic (Moorish), Arabic
Means "clear, lucid, eloquent" in Arabic.
Abarbaree f Greek Mythology
Derived from Greek ἀβάρβαρος (abarbaros), ἀβόρβορος (aborboros) meaning "without filth", itself from α (a), a negative prefix, and βόρβορος (borboros) "mud, mire, filth"... [more]
Abarne f Basque
Basque feminine equivalent of Ramos.
Abarrane f Obscure (Rare)
Meaning unknown, though it may be a feminine form of Abraham.
Abas m Arabic, Indonesian, Malay, Bosnian
Arabic alternate transcription of Abbas as well as the Indonesian, Malay, and Bosnian form.
Àbbacu m Sicilian
Sicilian form of Habacuc.
Abban m Manx
Manx form of Abbán.
Abbo m Gaulish
Derived from Gaulish *abona "river".
Abbondia f Italian (Rare)
Feminine form of Abbondio.
Abbontiu m Sicilian
Sicilian form of Abundius.
Abbramu m Sicilian
Sicilian form of Abraham.
Abbula f Gaulish
Derived from Gaulish *abalo- "apple".
Abbundanzio m Italian
Masculine form of Abbundanzia.
Abbunnanzia f Sicilian
Sicilian form of Abundantia.
Abda m Vilamovian
Vilamovian form of Abdon.
Abdah f & m Medieval Arabic, Arabic
Variant of Abda.
Abdías m Biblical Spanish, Spanish (Rare), Galician (Rare)
Spanish and Galician form of Obadiah via Biblicas Latin Abdias.
Abdiás m Biblical Hungarian
Hungarian form of Abdias.
Abdón m Spanish (Rare), Galician (Rare), Kashubian
Spanish, Galician and Kashubian form of Abdon.
Abdon m Biblical Hebrew, Hungarian, Catalan (Rare), French
Means "servant" in Hebrew. This is the name of four characters in the Old Testament including one of the ruling judges of the Israelites.
Abdonie f French
Feminine form of Abdon.
Abdoun m Provençal, Niçard
Niçard form of Abdon.
Abdounìa f Provençal, Niçard
Niçard form of Abdonie.
Abeer f Arabic
Alternate transcription of Abir.
Abèl m Lengadocian, Provençal, Gascon, Haitian Creole
Languedocian, Provençal, Gascon and Haitian Creole form of Abel.
Abela f German (Rare), Low German (Archaic), Swedish (Archaic), Icelandic (Modern)
Obsolete Low German short form of both Apollonia and Alberta. There is, however, another theory which derives this name from Old Saxon aval "strength; force; fortitude"... [more]
Abela f Italian, Provençal, Niçard
Italian feminine form of Abele and Niçard feminine form of Abel.
Abelárd m Hungarian
Hungarian borrowing of Abélard.
Abelard m Polish, Guernésiais
Polish and Guernésiais form of Abélard.
Abelarda f Italian (Rare), Spanish (Rare), Provençal, Niçard
Italian and Spanish feminine form of Abelardo and Niçard feminine form of Abelart.
Abelardo m Spanish, Galician, Portuguese
Spanish, Galician and Portuguese form of Abelard.
Abelart m Provençal, Niçard
Niçard form of Abélard.
Abeleke f Old Swedish
Diminutive of Abele.
Abelena f North Frisian
North Frisian variant of Apollonia recorded on the island of Föhr.
Abeley m Judeo-French
Variant of Abel.
Abelìa f Provençal, Niçard
Niçard form of Abélie.
Abelia f Spanish (Rare), Catalan (Rare)
Feminine form of Abel. Abelia is also a type of flowering shrub in the honeysuckle family, named after British surgeon and naturalist Clarke Abel (1780-1826).
Abelina f German (Rare), Spanish, Provençal, Niçard
Spanish elaboration of Abelia, Niçard diminutive Abelìa as well as a German feminine form of Abel and a German elaboration of Abela.
Abelina f Dutch
Feminine form of Abe 2.
Abéline f French (Rare)
French cognate of Abelina.
Abeliñe f Basque (Rare)
Coined by Sabino Arana Goiri and Koldo Elizalde as a Basque equivalent of Avelina 2 and Aveline.
Abélk m Kashubian
Diminutive of Abel.
Abelle f French (Rare)
French feminine form of Abel.
Ābels m Latvian (Rare)
Latvian form of Abel.
Abenámar m Literature
Abenámar is the main character of El romance de Abenámar anonimously written and set in 1431. Abenámar is either King Yusuf IV (Abenalmao) himself or one of his courtiers. The poem is a dialogue between Abenámar and King John II of Castille, who wishes for complete possession of Granada (that occurs only in 1492).
Aberkios m Ancient Greek, History (Ecclesiastical)
Of unknown origin and meaning. This name was borne by a 2nd-century saint of Phrygia in Asia Minor, a bishop and wonderworker of Hieropolis who is the subject (and probable author) of an early Christian inscription.
Aberlin m Judeo-French
Diminutive of Abraham.
Aberria f Basque (Archaic)
Coined in the 19th century by Sabino Arana Goiri who based it on Basque aberri "fatherland; homeland" (ultimately derived from Basque aba "father" and herri "country; village; people, nation")... [more]
Aberthol m Arthurian Romance (Modern), Popular Culture
Means "sacrificial" in Welsh, from aberth "sacrifice". This was the name of an evil druid in the movie 'Arthur and Merlin' (2015).
Abesti f Basque (Rare)
Coined by Sabino Arana Goiri who based the name on Basque abes "to sing" and the suffix -ti. According to R. M. Azkue, by 1927 abesti had acquired the meaning "song" and has been in everyday use as a synonym for the older kanta ever since.
Abhie f Filipino
Variant of Abbie.
Abhlach f Irish
From Old Irish ablach "having apple trees".
Abia f Arabic
Means "my father" in Arabic.
Abiageal f Irish (Rare)
Irish form of Abigail.
Abiáta f Hungarian
Of unknown origin and meaning.
Abiatha f History (Ecclesiastical)
Abiatha, Hathes, and Mamlacha were virgins and martyrs of the Beth-Garma province of Syria.
Abichayil m Biblical Hebrew
Means "my father is might" or "father of strength" in Hebrew.
Abida f Arabic, Urdu, Bengali, Bosnian
Feminine form of Abid.
Abieta f Basque (Rare, Archaic)
From the name of a town in the Basque region of Spain.
Abigaël f Dutch, Flemish, French, French (Belgian)
Dutch form of Abigail and French variant of Abigaïl.
Abigael f & m English, English (African), Spanish (Latin American), Filipino
Variant of Abigail. Masculine usage is mostly restricted to Latin America and the Philippines (though it is still more often used as a feminine name in that part of the world).
Abigailė f Lithuanian
Lithuanian form of Abigail.
Abigaili f Biblical, Swahili
Swahili form of Abigail.
Abigaille f Italian (Rare), Theatre
Italian form of Abigail, used for a character in Verdi's opera 'Nabucco' (1842).
Abigajil f Swedish (Rare), Afrikaans (Rare), Danish (Rare), Biblical Norwegian, Biblical German
Variant of Abigail used in the Norwegian translation of the Bible.
Abigal f Biblical Hebrew, Biblical, Romani (Archaic)
Variant of Abigail. In some Bible translations Abigal is mentioned as the daughter of Nacha and the mother of Amasa.
Abigall f Medieval Scottish, Romani (Archaic)
Medieval Scottish form of Abigail.
Abileyza f Popular Culture, Spanish (Rare, ?)
The name of a character (played by actress Geraldine Chaplin) in the 2011 movie There Be Dragons, a period drama set during the Spanish Civil War of the 1930s.
Åbin m Walloon
Walloon form of Aubin.
Abisay m Spanish
Spanish form of Abishai.
Abitala f Biblical Polish
Polish form of Abital.
Ablunia f Medieval Finnish
Finnish adoption and elaboration of Abluna.
Ablyn f Obscure
An invented name, comprised of Ab (such as in Abigail) and Lyn.
Abnér m Biblical Hungarian
Hungarian form of Abner.
Abodi m Arabic
Variant transcription of Abudi.
Abony m Medieval Hungarian
Diminutive of Aba.
Abos m Medieval Hungarian
Diminutive of Aba.
Abra f History, Literature
Possibly a feminine form of Abraham. It coincides with a Latin word meaning "maid". A known bearer was Saint Abra of Poitiers, a Gallo-Roman nun of the 4th century.
Abrafán m Medieval Galician
Medieval Galician variant of Abraham.
Abrahamek m Polish
Diminutive of Abraham.
Abrám m Biblical Hungarian
Hungarian form of Abram 1.
Abråm m Walloon
Walloon form of Abraham.
Abramek m Polish
Diminutive of Abram 2.
Âbréhan m Jèrriais
Jèrriais form of Abraham.
Abréhan m Norman
Cotentinais Norman form of Abraham.
Abrexta f Gaulish
Derived from Gaulish rextu- "law, right".
Abriana f American (Modern, Rare)
Variant of Aubriana or a combination of the prefix a and Briana.
Abrigale f Obscure
Variant of Abigail.
Ábris m Hungarian
Hungarian diminutive of Ábrahám.
Abruna f Gaulish
Derived from Gaulish *bronnio- / *brunnio- "breast, bosom".
Absa m Hungarian
Diminutive of Absolon.
Absalão m Portuguese
Portuguese form of Absalom.
Absalon m Danish (Rare), Faroese, Norwegian (Rare), Polish, Gascon, French (Archaic), French (Quebec, Archaic), Haitian Creole
Polish, French, Gascon, Haitian Creole, Danish, Faroese and Norwegian form of Absalom.
Absolom m English (Rare), Romani (Archaic)
Variant of Absalom, possibly influenced by its French form Absolon. A known bearer of this name was Absolom M. West (1818-1894), an American Confederate general and state politician.
Absolon m Biblical French, Hungarian
French and Hungarian form of Absalom.
Åbwin m Walloon
Walloon form of Aubin.
Acace m History (Ecclesiastical)
French form of Akakios via Acacius.
Acácio m Portuguese
Portuguese form of Akakios.
Acacio m Galician, Italian
Galician and Italian form of Akakios.
Acadia f American (Rare), Spanish (Mexican, Rare)
From the name of a colony in New France in North America, derived from Arcadia and coinciding with Mi'kmaq suffix -akadie, meaning "place of abundance"... [more]
Acaic m Catalan
Catalan form of Achaikos (via Achaicus).
Acaire m Provençal, Niçard
Niçard form of Acarius.
Acala f Indian (Modern, Rare), Sanskrit (Modern, Rare)
Means "immovable, steady; constant; unceasing", from Sanskrit a "without" and cala "moving".
Acamas m Greek Mythology (Latinized)
Latinized form of Akamas. This was the name of several characters in Greek mythology, one of whom was the son of Theseus and Phaedra... [more]
Acarius m Frankish (Latinized), History (Ecclesiastical)
Variant of Acharius. Saint Acarius (died 14 March 642) was bishop of Doornik and Noyon, which today are located on either side of the Franco-Belgian border... [more]
Acaunissa f Gaulish
Derived from Gaulish acaunon or acauno- "stone".
Acca f Roman Mythology
In Roman legend this was another name of Larentia, the foster mother of the twins Romulus and Remus, and wife of the shepherd Faustulus... [more]
Accalia f Roman Mythology (?), English (Rare)
According to questionable sources, such as baby name books and websites, this was another name for Acca, the human foster-mother of Romulus and Remus in Roman legend, also known as Acca Larentia (see Acca)... [more]
Acco m Gaulish, History
Derived from Gaulish *acu- "swift, quick, fast". Acco was a chief of the Senones in Gaul, who induced his countrymen to revolt against Julius Caesar in 53 BC.
Accursia f Sicilian (Rare)
Feminine form of Accursio.
Accursio m Sicilian (Rare)
Italian name derived from Accorso and short form of Bonaccurso.
Acelin m Medieval French
Double diminutive of Asce.
Açelya f Turkish
Derived from Turkish açelya "azalea".
Acepsimas m History (Ecclesiastical, Latinized)
Latinized form of Akepsimas. Saint Acepsimas was a 4th-century bishop of Hnaita in western Persia who was martyred in 376.
Acer m Jewish
Medieval variant of Asher.
Achacja f Polish
Polish form of Acacia.
Achaia f Greek Mythology, English (Rare)
Of uncertain etymology, possibly derived from Greek ἄχος (achos) meaning "grief, pain, distress" (also see Achaios, Achilles)... [more]
Achala f Indian, Sanskrit
Derived from Sanskrit achala "constant; unceasing" and "the earth".
Achall f Irish Mythology
Achall, daughter of Cairbre Nia Fer, king of Tara, and his wife Fedelm Noíchrothach, is a minor character from the Ulster Cycle of Irish mythology. After her brother Erc was killed by Conall Cernach, she died of grief on a hill near Tara, which was named Achall after her.
Achariya f & m Thai
Means "teacher, scholar, sage" in Thai.
Achelois f Greek Mythology, Ancient Greek
Feminine form of Acheloios. In Greek myth this was the name of a minor moon goddess as well as a general name for water nymphs and an epithet of the Sirens (as the daughters of Achelous).
Acherea f Medieval French
Feminine form of Achere.
Achilde f Medieval French
Derived from Proto-Germanic agio "blade" and Old High German hiltja "battle".
Achillea f Italian
Feminine form of Achille. It is also the botanical name of the genus of flowering plants (Yarrow).
Achilli m Sicilian
Sicilian form of Achille.
Achilou m Provençal, Niçard
Niçard form of Achilles.
Achiropita f Italian (Rare)
Taken from the title of the Virgin Mary Maria Santissima Achiropita, this name is typically and predominantly found in the province of Cosenza, in the Calabria region in Southern Italy.
Acho m Bulgarian
Diminutive of Angel.
Acibella f Medieval Occitan, Gascon (Archaic)
Variant of Aizivella via the variant Azivelle.
Acilinu m Sicilian
Diminutive of Aciliu.
Aciliu m Sicilian
Of uncertain origin and meaning.
Acindynus m Late Greek (Latinized), History (Ecclesiastical)
Latinized form of Akindynos. St. Acyndinus was a Persian Christian and ordained priest. He was arrested and slain for the faith during the reign of King Shapur II.
Ack m Scots
Diminutive of Alexander.
Acorn f Romani (Archaic)
In Romani lore, the acorn was an ancient fertility and phallic symbol.
Acton m English (Rare)
Transferred use of the surname Acton.
Açucena f Portuguese, Portuguese (Brazilian)
Derived from Portuguese açucena "lily" (compare Azucena).
Aculia f Gaulish
Derived from Gaulish *acu- "quick, fast".
Aculina f Moldovan
Moldovan form of Akulina.
Ada f German, Biblical German, Croatian (Rare), Galician, Slovene, Polish, Kashubian, Hungarian
German, Croatian, Galician, Slovene, Hungarian, Polish and Kashubian form of Adah.
Ada f Sardinian
Variant of Agata.
Adabel f English, Spanish (Latin American)
Combination of Ada 1 and the popular name suffix bel.