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Abay m Kazakh
Means "careful, cautious, wary" in Kazakh.
Abe m Scots
Scots diminutive of Albert (compare Abe 2).
Abisoghom m Armenian
Armenian form of Absalom.
Abo m Georgian (Rare)
The usage of this name started in honour of the 8th-century saint Abo of Tiflis, who was of Arab origin and martyred for having converted from Islam to Christianity.... [more]
Ack m Scots
Diminutive of Alexander.
Âdam m Jèrriais
Jèrriais form of Adam.
Adietumarus m Gaulish
Gaulish name, composed of Proto-Celtic ad- "to" and yantu "zeal, jealousy" with māros "great".
Àdva f Emilian-Romagnol
Emilian form of Adua.
Aetios m Ancient Greek, Armenian
Original Ancient Greek form of Aetius, as well as the modern Armenian form.
Aghasi m Armenian
From Ottoman Turkish آغا (ağa) meaning "agha (an honorific for high officials)".
Aghaton m Armenian
Albanian form of Agathon.
Aghvan m Armenian
Means "Caucasian Albanian" in Armenian. Caucasian Albania was an ancient country in the Caucasus, not connected to the modern state in the Balkans.
Agnés f Aragonese, Kashubian
Medieval Aragonese and Kashubian form of Agnes.
Agrippas m Armenian, Ancient Armenian
Armenian and Old Armenian form of Agrippa.
Aibergen m Kazakh
From Kazakh ай (ay) meaning "moon" and the past tense of беруге (beruge) "to give".
Aibolat m Kazakh
From Kazakh ай (ay) meaning "moon" and болат (bolat) meaning "steel" (of Persian origin).
Aidam m Scots
Scots form of Adam.
Aidie m Scots
Diminutive of Aidam.
Aidos m Kazakh
From Kazakh ай (ay) meaning "moon" and дос (dos) meaning "friend".
Aii m Sardinian
Campidanese contracted form of Gavinu.
Ailice f Scots
Scots form of Alice.
Ailie f Scots, English (Australian)
Of uncertain origin and meaning. This name is, however, considered both an Anglicization of Eilidh and a diminutive of Aileen and Ailison.
Ailison f Scots
Scots form of Alison.
Ailsie f Scots
Diminutive of Alison. In recent years, this name has occasionally been used as a diminutive of Ailsa.
Aimablle m Norman
Norman form of Amabilis.
Aini m Sardinian
Campidanese contracted form of Gavinu.
Airchibauld m Scots
Scots form of Archibald.
Airthur m Scots
Scots form of Arthur.
Airtie m Scots
Shetland diminutive of Airthur.
Àivara f Sardinian
Sassarese form of Barbara.
Aivara f Sardinian
Variant spelling of Àivara.
Aiwareiks m Gothic
Derived from the Germanic elements aiws "eternity" and reiks "ruler".
Aizhurek f Kazakh (Rare)
From Kazakh ай (ay) meaning "moon" and жүрек (zhurek) meaning "heart".
Akat m Indonesian, Malaysian
A Lun Bawang name.
Akku f Kazakh
Means "swan" in Kazakh.
Akkumis f Kazakh
From Kazakh ақ (aq) meaning "white" and күміс (kümis) "silver".
Aku m Igbo
Means "wealth" in Igbo.
Əlaəddin m Azerbaijani
Azerbaijani form of Ala al-Din.
Albèrt m Jèrriais, Lengadocian, Gascon
Jèrriais, Languedocian and Gascon form of Albert.
Aleni f Sardinian
Sardinian form of Elena.
Alewiss m German (Swiss)
Swiss German form of Aloysius.
All m Scots
Short form of Allan.
Allie m Scottish, English
Diminutive of Alexander, Allan, and other names beginning with Al-.
Alò m Sardinian
Gallurese short form of Aloysius.
Alojs m Sorbian
Upper Sorbian and Lower Sorbian form of Aloysius.
Àlvara f Sardinian (Archaic)
Logudorese form of Barbara.
Amantay m Kazakh
From Arabic أَمَان (ʾamān) meaning "safety, shelter, protection" and Kazakh тай (tay) meaning "foal, colt".
Amashilu m Old Celtic
A Lepontic name.
Ambakum m Armenian (Rare)
Armenian form of Ambakoum, which is the biblical Greek form of Habakkuk.
Ambroju m Sardinian
Logudorese form of Ambrose.
Ambròsgiu m Corsican, Sardinian
Corsican and Sardinian form of Ambrosius (see Ambrose).
Ambrosgiu m Sardinian
Variant spelling of Ambròsgiu.
Andarawus m Arabic
Arabic form of Andreas.
Andi m Albanian
Derived from Gheg Albanian andë "desire, inclination, pleasure".
Andi m Javanese
Means "servant" in Old Javanese.
Andi m & f Buginese
From an 18th-century hereditary title that was coined by Dutch colonists to refer to Buginese aristocrats and academics. It is not generally used as a name itself.
Andini f Javanese
Means "obedient, submissive" from Old Javanese andi meaning "servant".
Andra m Scots
Lowland Scots form of Andrew.
Andrâ m Norman
Norman form of Andrew.
Angie m Scots
Diminutive of Angus.
Ankos m Armenian
Armenian form of Ancus.
Antanv m Konkani, Indian (Christian)
Konkani form of Anthony, borrowed from Portuguese Antão. Used by Konkani Catholics.
Antaram m Armenian
From the Armenian word անթառամ (antʿaṙam) meaning "unfading, brilliant, everlasting, doesn't wilt". This is the Armenian version of Amaranth.
Antinu m Sardinian
Short form of Custantinu.
Antiokos m Armenian
Armenian form of Antiochus.
Antistenes m Armenian
Armenian form of Antisthenes.
Anwar f Arabic
Means "rays of light" in Arabic. From the same root as masculine Anwar.
Apirat m Ancient Armenian, Armenian
Apparently from ապիրատ (apirat) meaning "wicked". Of chiefly historical usage.
Appianos m Armenian, Ancient Roman (Hellenized)
Hellenized form of Appianus (see Appian), as well as the Armenian form.
Appios m Armenian
Armenian form of Appius.
Apres m Armenian (Eastern)
Means "well done!, good job!" in Armenian.
Aqiba m Ancient Aramaic
Aramaic form of Jacob.
Aramayis m Ancient Armenian, Armenian
From Old Median *Rāmanīsah which meant "one who strives for peace" or "one who strives for joy" from Proto-Iranian *rāma- "joy, peace" and *ais-/*is- "to strive".
Araxa m Old Persian
Uncertain etymology, probably derived from an Ancient Armenian name.
Arbënor m Albanian (Rare)
Variant of Arbën, with adjectival suffix -or.
Arbënore f Albanian
Gheg Albanian feminine form of Arbën by way of adding the adjectival suffix -ore.
Arbian m Albanian
Variant of Arben.
Ardi m Estonian (Rare)
Of uncertain origin and meaning. Theories include a variant of Artur and Hardi.
Ardi m Javanese
Means "mountain" or "earth, soil" in Old Javanese.
Arena f Sardinian
Sassarese form of Helen.
Arga m Javanese
Means "high mountain" in Old Javanese.
Argiotalus m Gaulish
Derived from Proto-Celtic *argyos "white" and *talus "front, forehead".
Argishti m Urartian, Ancient Armenian, Armenian
The name of two kings of Urartu, an ancient kingdom in the Armenian Highlands.
Argjend m Albanian
Derived from Albanian argjend "silver; silver thread".
Ari m Javanese
Means "younger sibling" in Javanese.
Arifə f Azerbaijani
Feminine form of Arif.
Ariogaisos m Gaulish, History
Derived from Gaulish arios “noble” and *gaisos “spear”. Ariogaisos (flourished in 2nd century AD) was a ruler of the Quadi, a Germanic tribe, during the Marcomannic War.
Arios m Armenian
Armenian form of Arius.
Aristakes m Ancient Armenian, Armenian
Possibly an Armenian form of Aristarchos, or perhaps from a Middle Persian word meaning "resurrection of the dead" (Persian رستاخیز‎ (rastâxiz))... [more]
Arjîn f Kurdish
Means "fire of life" in Kurdish.
Arkadzi m Belarusian
Belarusian form of Arkadios.
Arkimed m Armenian
Armenian form of Archimedes.
Artak m Armenian
Derived from Parthian artak meaning "fast".
Artashir m Ancient Armenian
Old Armenian form of Artaxerxes.
Artebudz m Old Celtic
Possibly means "bear penis" in Noric.
Artgnou m Medieval Breton
Old Breton form of Artognou.
Artognou m Brythonic
Derived from Proto-Brythonic *arθ “bear”, ultimately from Proto-Celtic *artos, and *gnọw “knowledge”, ultimately from Proto-Celtic *gnāwos.
Artsrun m Armenian
one of the Armenian dynasties ... [more]
Àrvara f Sardinian
Nuorese form of Barbara.
Arvara f Sardinian
Variant spelling of Àrvara.
Asatur m Armenian
Short form of Astvatsatur.
Asile m Sardinian
Logudorese variant form of Basil 1.
Askanaz m Armenian
Armenian form of Ashkenaz.
Aspashini m Akkadian
Akkadian form of Aspačanā.
Asperanza f Aragonese
Aragonese form of Esperanza.
Aspet m Armenian
Means "knight" in Armenian. Used in the 12th–14th centuries.
Astuacatur m Ancient Armenian
Related to աստուած (astuac) meaning "God".
Atebodwos m Gaulish
Of Gaulish usage.
Äðhäm m Bashkir
Bashkir form of Adham.
Attie m Scots
Shetland diminutive of Airthur.
Aubel m Scots
Scots form of Abel.
Aubîn m Jèrriais
Jèrriais form of Albinus.
Aubraham m Scots
Scots form of Abraham.
Auhaz m Scots
Scots form of Ahaz.
Auley m Manx, Scots
Manx and Scots form of Olaf, from Old Norse Áleifr via Old Irish Amlaíb... [more]
Aumon m Scots
Scots form of Amon.
Aundré m Norman
Norman form of Andrew.
Aungèle f Norman
Norman form of Angela.
Aungélina f Norman
Norman form of Angelina.
Austhinu m Sardinian
Sassarese form of Augustinus (see Augustine 1).
Austinu m Sicilian, Sardinian, Corsican
Sicilian, Sardinian and Corsican form of Augustinus.
Avet m Armenian
Means "good news" in Armenian. Related to Avetis.
Avetik m Armenian
Means "good news" in Armenian. Related to Avetis.
Avgustinos m Armenian
Armenian form of Augustine 1.
Awag m Ancient Armenian
Older form of Avag.
Axrotalus m Gaulish
Gaulish name meaning "high forehead", from the Proto-Celtic elements *axkros, *akros "high, noble, great" and *talus "front, forehead".
Bab m Scots
Short form of Rabert.
Baba m & f Madí
Meaning unknown. Jamamadí language is spoken in Acre and Amazonas State in Brazil.
Baccianu m Sardinian
Gallurese variant form of Bastianu.
Baccìccia m Sardinian
Gallurese diminutive of Battista, borrowed from Spanish Bachicha.
Bacciccia m Sardinian
Variant spelling of Baccìccia.
Bacciccinu m Sardinian
Gallurese diminutive of Baccìccia, itself a diminutive of Battista.
Baciccia m Sardinian, Ligurian
Sardinian and Ligurian diminutive of Battista, borrowed from Spanish Bachicha.
Bada m & f Madí
Meaning unknown. Jamamadí language is spoken in Acre and Amazonas State in Brazil.
Badischte m German (Swiss)
Alemannic German form of Baptiste.
Badore m Sardinian
Short form of Sarbadore.
Bahuslau m Belarusian
Belarusian form of Boguslav.
Baignu m Sardinian
Gallurese variant of Gavinu.
Baillu m Sardinian
Nuorese variant form of Basil 1.
Baingiu m Sardinian
Campidanese variant of Gavinu.
Bainzu m Sardinian
Logudorese variant of Gavinu.
Baka m & f Madí
Meaning unknown. Jamamadí language is spoken in Acre and Amazonas State in Brazil.
Bako m Armenian, Georgian
Short form of Ambako (Georgian), Ambakum (Armenian), Bakar (Georgian) and Bakur (both Armenian and Georgian).
Bàlbara f Sardinian
Gallurese form of Barbara.
Balbara f Sardinian
Variant spelling of Bàlbara.
Baldassari m Sardinian
Sassarese and Gallurese form of Balthazar.
Baldassarru m Sardinian
Logudorese and Nuorese form of Balthazar.
Balentinu m Sardinian
Nuorese form of Valentinus (see Valentine 1).
Balloi m Sardinian
Short form of Salvadori.
Balori m Sardinian
Short form of Salvadori.
Baltassarru m Sardinian
Campidanese form of Balthazar.
Bàltolu m Sardinian
Gallurese short form of Bartholomew.
Baltolu m Sardinian
Variant spelling of Bàltolu.
Baltulummeu m Sardinian
Gallurese form of Bartholomew.
Bantine m Sardinian
Logudorese short form of Constantine.
Bantini m Sardinian
Sassarese short form of Constantine.
Barentinu m Sardinian
Sassarese form of Valentinus (see Valentine 1).
Barkhudar m Armenian
Armenian form of Barkhurdar.
Barore m Sardinian
Short form of Salvadore.
Barori m Sardinian
Short form of Salvadori.
Barrabò m Sardinian
Gallurese form of Barnabas.
Barthurumeu m Sardinian
Sassarese form of Bartholomew.
Bàrtolu m Sardinian
Campidanese form of Bartholomew.
Bartolu m Corsican
Corsican short form of Bartholomew.
Bartumeu m Sardinian
Campidanese form of Bartholomew, borrowed from Catalan Bartomeu.
Bas'cian m Istriot
Istriot form of Sebastian.
Basile m Sardinian
Logudorese and Nuorese form of Basil 1.
Basili m Lengadocian, Provençal, Gascon, Sardinian
Occitan and Campidanese Sardinian form of Basil 1.
Basiliu m Corsican, Sicilian, Sardinian
Corsican, Sardinian and Sicilian form of Basilius.
Basiriu m Sardinian
Sassarese form of Basil 1.
Bato m Albanian (Rare), History, Illyrian
Bato the Daesitiate (also known as Bato of the Daesitiates) was a chieftain of the Daesitiates, an Illyrian tribe which fought against the Roman Empire between 6 and 9 AD in a conflict known as Bellum Batonianum.
Battistha m Sardinian
Sassarese form of Battista.
Battore m Sardinian
Short form of Salvadore.
Batwins m Gothic
Composed of bats "good" + wins "friend".
Baubie f Scots
Diminutive of Baurbara.
Baurbara f Scots
Scots form of Barbara.
Bayras m Bashkir
Given to boys born on a holiday.
Beattie f Scots, English
Diminutive of Beatrice.
Beattie m English
Transferred from the surname Beattie.
Beldie f Scots
Diminutive of Easabell.
Bênardin m Norman
Norman form of Bernardin.
Benjamîn m Jèrriais
Jèrriais form of Benjamin.
Benna f Scots
Shetlandic Scots reduced form of Brenda.
Bénoni m Norman
Norman form of Benoni.
Benouét m Norman
Norman form of Benedict.
Bentura m Sardinian
Nuorese contracted form of Bonaventura.
Bèpe m Emilian-Romagnol
Emilian diminutive of Giuseppe.
Berenardu m Sardinian
Logudorese form of Bernard.
Bèrnabé m Jèrriais
Jèrriais form of Barnabas.
Bernardu m Sardinian, Corsican
Sardinian and Corsican form of Bernard.
Bernart m Medieval French, Medieval Occitan, Judeo-French
Old French and Old Occitan forms of Bernard.
Berteddu m Sardinian
Logudorese and Nuorese diminutive of Albertu.
Bertinu m Sardinian
Campidanese diminutive of Albertu.
Bértulu m Sardinian
Logudorese short form of Bartholomew.
Bertulu m Sardinian
Variant spelling of Bértulu.
Bertumeu m Sardinian
Nuorese form of Bartholomew.
Berxwedan m Kurdish
Means "resistance" in Kurdish.
Beturián m Aragonese (?)
Aragonese form of Victorianus.
Beysen m Kazakh
Means "born on Thursday", derived from Kazakh бейсенбі (beysenbi) meaning "Thusday" (of Persian origin).
Bi m Nigerian
Bura short form of Bitrus.
Biàsgiu m Sardinian (Archaic)
Sardinian form of Blaise.
Biasgiu m Corsican
Gallurese form of Blaise.
Biasu m Sardinian
Nuorese form of Blasius.
Biddie f English, Scottish
Diminutive of Bridget.
Biglianu m Sardinian
Logudorese and Sassarese form of Iulianus (see Julian).
Bijuli m Nepali
Means "electricity, power; lightning" in Nepali.
Bilianu m Sardinian
Gallurese variant form of Iulianus (see Julian).
Billia m Sardinian
Variant of Minniu.
Billoi m Sardinian
Short form of Sarbadori.
Binzeddu m Sardinian
Gallurese diminutive of Gavinu.
Binzinticu m Sardinian
Gallurese diminutive of Vincent.
Biriu m Sardinian
Gallurese variant of Minniu.
Birraldinu m Sardinian
Diminutive of Birraldu, equivalent to Bernardino.
Birraldu m Sardinian
Gallurese form of Bernard.
Bissente m Sardinian
Nuroese form of Vincent.
Bista m Sardinian
Nuorese short form of Battista.
Bítor m Aragonese
Aragonese form of Victor.
Bizzinticcu m Sardinian
Gallurese diminutive of Vincent.
Bobore m Sardinian
Short form of Sarbadore.
Bobori m Sardinian
Short form of Salvadori.
Bogdanŭ m Medieval Russian
Old East Slavic form of Bogdan.
Bolentinu m Sardinian
Logudorese form of Valentinus (see Valentine 1).
Bonaentura m Sardinian
Logudorese form of Bonaventura.
Bonaintura m Sardinian
Gallurese form of Bonaventura.
Bonifàtziu m Sardinian
Sardinian form of Boniface.
Bonifatziu m Sardinian
Variant spelling of Bonifàtziu.
Bonifàziu m Sardinian
Gallurese and Sassarese form of Boniface.
Bonifaziu m Sardinian
Variant spelling of Bonifàziu.
Brai m Sardinian (Archaic), History (Ecclesiastical)
Campidanese form of Blaise, borrowed from Catalan Blai.
Brancàcciu m Sardinian
Sassarese and Gallurese form of Pancratius.
Brancàs m Sardinian
Campidanese form of Pancratius.
Brancatzu m Sardinian
Logudorese and Nuorese form of Pancratius.
Brancau m Sardinian
Nuorese form of Pancratius.
Branislau m Belarusian
Belarusian form of Bronisław.
Brennardu m Sardinian
Nuorese form of Bernard.
Brogimaros m Gaulish
Derived from the Proto-Celtic elements *brogis, *mrogis "territory, region" and *māros "great".
Brustianu m Sardinian
Gallurese variant form of Bastianu.
Bryvyth f Medieval Cornish, History (Ecclesiastical)
The name of a medieval Cornish saint.
Bunty f Scots, English
Originally an English and Scottish term of endearment derived from Scots buntin "plump, short and stout" referring to a plump child (possibly with the intended meaning of "good healthy baby" or "dear little one")... [more]
Busthianu m Sardinian
Sassarese form of Sebastian.
Caddarina f Sardinian
Sassarese form of Katherine.
Cadirina f Sardinian
Nuorese form of Katherine.
Càiminu m Sardinian
Sassarese form of Carmine.
Caiminu m Sardinian
Alternative spelling of Càiminu.
Callina f Sardinian
Nuorese contracted form of Caterina.
Càlmini m Sardinian
Gallurese form of Carmine.
Calmini m Sardinian
Alternative spelling of Càlmini.
Càraru m Sardinian
Sassarese form of Charles.
Cararu m Sardinian
Alternate spelling of Càraru.
Carlus m Sardinian
Campidanese form of Charles.
Carmeu m Sardinian
Nuorese form of Carmelo.
Carminu m Sardinian
Logudorese form of Carmine.
Carmu m Sardinian
Campidanese masculine form of Carmel, borrowed from archaic Italian Carmo.
Carolène f Norman
Norman form of Caroline.
Càrrulu m Sardinian
Gallurese form of Charles.
Carrulu m Sardinian
Alternate spelling of Càrrulu.
Carulu m Corsican, Sardinian
Corsican and Sardinian form of Charles.
Cathelène f Norman
Norman form of Cateline.
Catherène f Norman
Norman form of Catherine.