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Aarav m Sanskrit, Indian
Means "peaceful melody" or "calm noise" in Sanskrit.
Abdalmassih m Arabic
Means "servant of the Messiah", from Arabic عبد ال ('abd al) and المسح (masih) "messiah, Christ"... [more]
Abedabun f Ojibwe
Possibly means "she/he sees in the distance" in Ojibwe, from Ojibwe waabi "she/he has vision, sees" and debaabam "see at a distance". It also means "seen at dawn; dawn" in Chippewa.
Abelard m Polish, Guernésiais
Polish and Guernésiais form of Abélard.
Abequa f Ojibwe
Variant of Abeque.
Abeque f Ojibwe
Possibly means "she stays at home" in Ojibwe, from Ojibwe abi "s/he is at home, sits in a certain place" and ishkwii "s/he stays behind" or nazhikewabi/anzhikewabi "s/he lives alone, is home alone, sits alone".
Abichayil m Biblical Hebrew
Means "my father is might" or "father of strength" in Hebrew.
Abrielle f American
Combination of the prefix a and Brielle, or a variant of Aubrielle.
Acario m Italian (Archaic), History (Ecclesiastical, Italianized), Theatre, Spanish (Rare, Archaic)
Italian and Spanish form of Acharius. The 7th-century Frankish saint Acharius, bishop of Noyon-Tournai, is known as Acario in Italian and Spanish. This was used by Gigio Artemio Giancarli for a character in his play La Zingana (1545)... [more]
Adacia f English (American, Rare)
Meaning uncertain. This name may possibly be a combination of the name Ada 1 with any feminine name ending in -cia, such as Acacia, Alicia, Felicia and Patricia.
Adalwina f Polish
Feminine form of Adalwin.
Adamantine f French, English
Means "of unyielding quality" or "diamond like". From the Latin adamantinus meaning 'incorruptible, inflexible', itself from the Greek adamantinos (ἀδαμάντινος) of the same meaning, with the Greek or Latin suffix of -ine meaning 'like', 'made of', or 'of the nature of'... [more]
Adamaris f Spanish (Latin American), American (Hispanic), English
Either a combination of Ada 1 and Maris 2, or a combination of the prefix a with Damaris, or from Latin adamō meaning "I love truly, earnestly, deeply or greatly; covet".
Adaryll m African American
An invented name, a combination of the name prefix A- and Daryl... [more]
Adeeb m Arabic, Urdu
Arabic variant transcription and Urdu form of Adib.
Adeeba f Arabic, Pakistani
Feminine form of Adeeb.
Adeliza f Medieval English, Old Swedish
Medieval English and Old Swedish form of Adelais. The second wife of Henry I of England bore this name.
Ademar m Polish (Archaic)
Contracted form of Adalmar.
Adeodatu m Sicilian
Sicilian form of Adeodatus.
Adib m Arabic, Persian, Malay, Indonesian
Means "courteous, refined, educated" in Arabic.
Adina f Bosnian
Feminine form of Adin.
Adit m Indonesian, Indian, Hindi
Derived from Sanskrit आदित (adita) meaning "beginning, precedence". It could also be used as a short form of the name Aditya.
Adonica f English (Rare)
Elaboration of Adonia.
Adran m English
Variant of Adrian.
Adurnarseh m Old Persian, Middle Persian
Derived from Middle Persian ādur (also ātur) meaning "fire" combined with the name Narseh. As such, the meaning of the name as a whole is roughly "the word of a fiery man" or "the fiery word of a man".
Aeacides m Ancient Greek (Latinized), History
Latinized form of Aiakides. This was the name of a king of Epirus, who lived in the 4th century BC.
Aega f Greek Mythology (Latinized)
Latinized form of Greek Αἴγη (Aige), derived from αἴξ (aix) "she-goat" or ἄϊξ (aix) "gale of wind". In Greek mythology, Aega or Aex nursed the infant Zeus in Crete, along with her sister Helice, after Rhea gave Cronus a stone to swallow instead of the newborn Zeus... [more]
Ægen m Anglo-Saxon
Diminutive of names beginning with Ægen, such as Ægenbald and Ægenwulf.
Ægenbald m Anglo-Saxon
Derived from the Old English elements āgan, "to own, possess" and beald "bold, brave".
Ægenwulf m Anglo-Saxon
Derived from the Old English elements āgan "to own, possess" and wulf "wolf".
Aegyptus m Greek Mythology (Latinized)
Latinized form of the Greek Aigyptos (Αἴγυπτος), derived from Amarna Hikuptah, which corresponds to Egyptian Ha(t)-ka-ptah "temple of the soul of Ptah"... [more]
Aene m & f Arabic
Variant transcription of Ain.
Aénȯhea'eotse m Cheyenne
Means "attacking/charging hawk", from the Cheyenne aénohe 'hawk' and -a'eotse 'attack/charge'.
Ae-ra f Korean
From Sino-Korean 愛 "love" and 羅 "net for catching birds". A famous bearer is South Korean actress Shin Ae-ra (1969-).
Aeris f Popular Culture, English
Variant of Aerith, due to translation confusion. It may also be considered a variant of Eris.
Aerith f Popular Culture
From a near-anagram of the English word earth. This is the name of a character in 'Final Fantasy VII'.
Affery f Literature, Medieval English
Meaning uncertain, possibly of Old English origin. It may be related to Avery or Aphra. Affery Flintwinch is a character in Charles Dickens' novel 'Little Dorrit' (1855-7).
Afradaíté f Irish
Irish form of Aphrodite.
Agathodaemon m Greek Mythology (Latinized), Ancient Greek (Latinized)
Latinized form of Greek Ἀγαθοδαίμων (Agathodaimon) meaning "noble spirit", from ἀγαθὸς (agathos) "good, noble" and δαίμων (daimon) "spirit".... [more]
Aglaurus f Greek Mythology
Possibly derived from the Ancient Greek Agraulos "countryside flute".... [more]
Agon m Albanian
Derived from Albanian agon "to become morning, dawn".
Agostinu m Corsican, Sardinian
Corsican variant of Agustinu and Sardinian form of Agostino.
Agustine m Spanish, English
Variant of Augustine 1. Mexican army general and politician Augustine I of Mexico (1783 - 1824) is a notable bearer.
Ahaya m Alachua
Ahaya (ca. 1710 – 1783) was the first recorded chief of the Alachua band of the Seminole tribe. He was born to the Muskogean-speaking Oconee, who were originally from central Georgia. His people settled along the Chattahoochee River in North Florida when he was a small boy... [more]
Ahote m Hopi
Means "restless ones."
Aian m Spanish (Latin American), Filipino
Possibly a form of Aia or AINA or Ian.
Aiki f Estonian
Variant of Aigi.
Aira f Latvian
Of uncertain origin and meaning. Theories include a derivation from Latvian airene "ryegrass, darnel", a contracted form of Airisa and a modern coinage with no set meaning.
Airlie f English (Australian, Modern)
Transferred use of the surname Airlie.
Aisi m Tongan, English (Australian)
Means "ice" in Tongan.
Aisley f & m English
Variant of Isley.
Aisy m & f Indonesian, Malaysian
Possibly a diminutive of Aisyah or Quraisy
Aithusa f Greek Mythology (Latinized), Popular Culture
From Greek αἴθουσα (aithousa), a participle of the verb αἴθω (aitho) meaning "to light up". In Greek mythology, Aithousa (Latin: Aethusa) is the daughter of Poseidon and Alcyone, and a lover of Apollo (the Sun) with whom she had Eleuther... [more]
Aixa f Asturian (Rare)
Asturian form of Aisha.
Aiza f Basque, Medieval Basque
Feminine form of Aizo.
Akatosh m Popular Culture
In the popular video game series 'The Elder Scrolls', Akatosh is the chief deity of the Nine Divines (the pantheon of gods in the game). He is generally considered to be the first of the Gods to form in the Beginning Place; after his establishment, other spirits found the process of being easier and the various pantheons of the world emerged... [more]
Akecheta m Sioux, Popular Culture
Means "soldier" in Lakota. From the Lakota akíčhita "soldier, army, military, troops, police".... [more]
Aken m Egyptian Mythology
The custodian of the ferryboat who ferries the souls of the deceased to the Egyptian underworld of Duat, and he was also said to rule Duat in general on behalf of Osiris... [more]
Akhom m Ancient Egyptian
From Egyptian ꜥẖm meaning "falcon, cultivation image of a perching falcon" or "body of a god".
Akuma f & m Popular Culture
Means "devil" or "demon" in Japanese This is the name of one of the antagonists in the fighting-game series 'Street Fighter'. In the original Japanese game his name is Gouki.
Alaa m Arabic
Alternate transcription of Ala 1.
Alabama f English (American, Rare)
From the name of the American state (see Alabama). It was borne by a short-lived daughter of the novelist William Faulkner (11 January 1931-20 January 1931), who was named after his great-aunt Alabama 'Bama' McLean (1874-1968)... [more]
Alabandus m Greek Mythology
Means "horse victory". From the Carian ala 'horse' and banda 'victory'. In Greek mythology he was a Carian hero, son of Euippus and the naiad Callirrhoe, and through Callihrrhoe the grandson of the Titans Oceanus and Tethys... [more]
Alacoque f Irish (Rare)
From the French surname Alacoque. Its popularity as a name, especially among Catholics, is likely due to Saint Margaret Mary Alacoque, V.H.M., a French Roman Catholic nun and mystic, who promoted devotion to the Sacred Heart of Jesus in its modern form.
Alaïza f Belarusian (Gallicized)
Gallicized transliteration of Алаіза (see Alaiza).
Alator m Celtic Mythology, Roman Mythology
An epithet of Mars found on an altar at South Shields in England, and on a votive plaque found in Hertfordshire in England. There is disagreement of its meaning, with some academics interpreting it as "hunstman" and others as "cherisher"... [more]
Alaula f Hawaiian (Rare), English (Modern, Rare)
Means "light of the early dawn" or "sunset glow" in Hawaiian, literally "flaming road" from Hawaiian ala "path, road" and ula "flame".
Alaya f Indian, English
Means "dwelling, abode". From the Buddhist term ālaya-vijñāna 'storehouse consciousness' as developed by the Yogācāra school of Indian Buddhism, referring to the place where a person's karma resides, the eighth level of consciousness that provides the base for the previous seven... [more]
Albelinda f Medieval
Meaning unknown. Perhaps a transcription variation of Alpelindis, itself a variation of the Germanic female name Alflind, from alf meaning "elf, spirit" and lind meaning "soft, tender".
Alcetas m Ancient Greek (Latinized)
Latinized form of Alketas. This was the name of several notable kings, generals, and soldiers in ancient Greece (Macedon).
Alchemy f & m English
From the English word "alchemy" referring to "the causing of any sort of mysterious sudden transmutation" or "the ancient search for a universal panacea, and of the philosopher's stone, that eventually developed into chemistry".
Aldornia f American (South, Rare, Archaic)
Perhaps derived from the Old English aldor, a form of ealdor meaning "elder, parent, head of family, chief, lord; author, source; age, old age" with the name suffix -nia to feminize the name.... [more]
Alduin m English, French, Popular Culture
English and French form of Aldwin. Alduin was a king of the Lombards in the 6th century AD.... [more]
Aledra f English
Possibly a variant of Aludra or a diminutive of Alexandra
Aleixa f Galician
Feminine form of Aleixo.
Aleja f Spanish
Diminutive of Alejandra. It might also be the feminine form of Alejo.
Alektor m Greek Mythology
Means "rooster" in Ancient Greek. This was the name of several men in Greek mythology.
Alenčica f Slovene
Originally a diminutive of Alenka, now used as a given name in its own right.
Alera f & m Ogoni
Means "enough" or "it is enough" in Khana.
Aleria f Corsican (Rare)
Possibly a variant of Ilaria or Valeria.... [more]
Aleshanee f Coos
Possibly means "she plays all the time" in Coos.
Alexz f & m English (Rare)
Variant of Alex.
Aliana f English (Modern)
Variant of Alyona or Eliana 1 or possibly a combination of Ali 2 and Ana.
Aliane f English
Variant of Eliane.... [more]
Alijana f Slovene
Elaboration of Alja via the variant Alija.
Aliora f English (Rare)
Contracted form of Alianora or variant of Eliora.
Allencia f African American
Rhyming variant of Valencia.
Alliquippa f Iroquois
Meaning unknown, perhaps from a Seneca word meaning "hat". A noted bearer was Queen Alliquippa, a leader of the Seneca tribe of American Indians during the early part of the 18th century.
Almandine f English (Rare)
The name of a mineral belonging to the garnet group. It is an alteration of the French alabandine, from the Latin alabandina, from the ancient in Caria, Anatolia (modern day Turkey), Alabanda (Αλαβάνδα), which was known for producing dark marbles and garnet-like stones... [more]
Alto m Spanish, Portuguese, English, Italian, German, Dutch
Directly taken from Latin altus meaning "to raise, to make high, to elevate". As a musical term it refers to the contrapuntal part higher than the tenor and its associated vocal range.... [more]
Alyaksandr m Belarusian
Variant transcription of Aliaksandr.
Alyna f English
Variant of Alina.
Amadahy f Cherokee
Means "forest water" from Cherokee a ma "water" and a do hi i na ge "forest" or a da "wood".
Amadeja f Slovene
Feminine form of Amadej.
Amairani f Spanish (Mexican, Modern), Spanish (Latin American, Modern)
Possibly an invented name based on the sounds found in names such as Amaya, Mayra and Leilani... [more]
Amakai f & m Western African
Meaning unknown.
Amari m African, Yoruba, Western African
A noted bearer was a Damel of Cayor, Amari Ngoné Ndella, who ruled from 1790 AD to 1809 AD. The Kingdom of Cayor was one of the largest of most powerful kingdoms in what is now Senegal, existing from 1549 AD to 1879 AD.
Amarna f English (Rare)
The use of Amarna as a name is likely derived from the Egyptian archeological site of Amarna (also known as el-Amarna or Tell el-Amarna, لعمارنة). The city is located on the east bank of Nile River in the Egyptian province of Minya... [more]
Amathaunta f Near Eastern Mythology
In Sumerian mythology she is the goddess of the ocean, possibly related to Poseidon. She was also worshipped by Sumerian immigrants in Egypt which lead to some believing her to be an Egyptian goddess... [more]
Ambelu m & f Amharic
Possibly means "commander" in Amharic.
Ameer m Arabic
Variant of Amir 1.
Ameliora f English
From the word ameliorate, which means "to make something better."
Amenmose m Ancient Egyptian
From Egyptian jmn-ms or jmn-ms.s meaning "born of Amun" or "fashioned by Amun", derived from the name of the god Amun combined with msj "to give birth to; to form, create, produce"... [more]
Ameny m Ancient Egyptian
Likely a diminutive derived ultimately from Amun. Ameny Qemau was an Egyptian pharaoh of the 13th Dynasty during the Second Intermediate Period. He ruled for about two years over most of Egypt, from c.1793 BCE to c.1791 BCE... [more]
Ameris f English (Rare), Brazilian (Rare)
Possibly a variant of Amaris influenced by the Latin ameris, from amō meaning "I love".
Amia f English (Rare)
Perhaps a variant of Amaya, a diminutive of any name beginning with Am-, or derived from the Latin amor meaning "love" or a feminine form of Amias.
Amiracle f African American (Modern)
From the English phrase a miracle, which is a combination of the indefinite article a with Miracle. It might also be influenced by Amira.
Amiya m & f Indian, Bengali
Possibly derived from the Sanskrit word अमाय (amaya) meaning "free from deceit, guileless". A noted (male) bearer was Amiya Chandra Chakravarty (1901-1986), an Indian literary critic, academic and Bengali poet.
Ammel f Luxembourgish (Archaic)
Vernacular form of Amélie and Amalia.
Ammie f English
Variant of Amy.
Ammit f Egyptian Mythology
Derived from Ancient Egyptian ꜥm-mwt "devourer of the dead". In Egyptian mythology she was a female demon and funerary deity with a body that was part lion, hippopotamus, and crocodile, all of which were seen as dangerous animals to the ancient Egyptians... [more]
Amonute f Algonquin, Powhatan
Of unknown meaning. This was one of Pocahontas's 'secret' names.
Amusa f Southern African
It is a Silozi or Lozi Name. Silozi or Lozi is a Zambian language.
Analía f Spanish, American (Hispanic)
Contraction of Analucía. It was used for the title character, Ana Lucía 'Analía' Moncada, in the 2008-2009 telenovela El Rostro de Analía, which caused the popularity of this name to spike in the United States.
Anarda f Spanish, Literature
An elaboration of Ana created by Cervantes for his novel 'Don Quixote' (1605).
Anasia f English, African American
Diminutive of Anastasia or a feminine form of Anas
Anaya f Indian (Rare), Pakistani (Rare)
Feminine form of Anay, which is said to be derived from Sanskrit anay "misfortune, adversity; without a superior". ... [more]
Anazia f African American (Modern), Nigerian
Transferred use of the surname Anazia.
Anck-su-namun f Popular Culture
Variant of Ankhesenamun used in 'The Mummy' film series.
Andiciopec m New World Mythology
In Crow mythology, this is a legendary warrior-hero invincible to bullets.
Andjety m Egyptian Mythology
Possibly means "he who is stable", from the Ancient Egyptian city of Andjet, whose name was probably derived from djed 'stability, durability'.... [more]
Andraiméide f Irish
Irish form of Andromeda, used in Irish translations of Greek myths.
Anevay f English (American, Modern, Rare)
Modern name of unknown meaning. It is likely invented, perhaps based on the sounds found in other names such as Nevaeh.... [more]
Ang m Chinese
Transferred use of the surname Ang, which is an Hokkien and Teochew romanization of the Chinese surnames Wang (汪, Wāng) and Hong (洪, Hóng).... [more]
Angelyn f English
Variant of Angeline.
Angka f Indonesian
Possibly derived from the Balinese word angka meaning "tone".
Angpetu f Sioux
From the Lakota aŋpétu "day, daytime".
Anhur m Egyptian Mythology
Means "(one who) leads back the distant one".... [more]
Anian m Polish (Archaic)
Polish form of Anianus.
Anie f English
Variant of Annie.
Animesh m Indian, Bengali, Hindi
Derived from Sanskrit अनिमिष (animiṣa) meaning "almighty, unblinking, vigilant". This is an epithet of the Hindu gods Shiva 1 and Vishnu.
Animus m English (Rare)
From the Latin animus meaning "the mind; the rational soul in man, intellect, will, courage, spirit, feeling, passion, pride, wrath, etc., the breath, life, soul". In Jungian psychology the animus is the masculine component of a feminine personality (see: Anima 2).
Aniston f & m English (Modern)
Transferred use of the surname Aniston.... [more]
Anji f English, Popular Culture
May also be a variation of Angie.... [more]
Anjolie f English
Either a variant of Anjuli or Angeli, influenced by Jolie.
Ankhesenpaaten f Ancient Egyptian
Means "living for Aten" in Coptic. This was the birth name of the Egyptian queen Ankhesenamun.
Anli f Scandinavian
Diminutive of Anneli.
Annabell f German, Hungarian
Hungarian variant of Annabella and German variant of Annabel. In some cases it can also be a phonetic spelling reflecting the French pronunciation of Annabelle.
Anoshiruvan m Old Persian
Means "immortal soul", derived from Middle Persian anōš (also anōsh) meaning "immortal" combined with Middle Persian ruwān meaning "soul". This was an epithet of Khosrau I, a popular 6th-century emperor of the Sassanid Persian Empire.
Anouke f Egyptian Mythology, African Mythology
Possibly a variant of Anuket, as she is depicted in an almost identical way, or even Neith, and perhaps the inspiration for the Greek Goddess Hestia as they are thought to have shared similar duties... [more]
Anpaytoo f Sioux
Variant of Angpetu.
Antha f English (Rare)
Diminutive of any name ending in -antha.
Antine m Sardinian
Short form of Gosantine. Antine Nivola (1911-1988) was a Sardinian sculptor, architectural sculptor, muralist, designer and teacher.
Antu f Near Eastern Mythology
She evolved from the Sumerian goddess Ki. ... [more]
Anuket f Egyptian Mythology, African Mythology
Allegedly means "the embracer" or "embrace". This was the name of the personification of the Nile in Egyptian mythology.... [more]
Apani f Siksika
From the Blackfoot word apaniiwa "butterfly", with the animate noun suffix -wa omitted.
Apheidas m Greek Mythology
Means "unsparing, not miserly" in Greek, derived from the Greek negative prefix ἀ (a) combined with the Greek adjective φειδός (pheidos) meaning "sparing, thrifty".... [more]
Apisi m Siksika
Means "coyote, wolf" in Blackfoot.
Aquinnah f Wampanoag
From Wampanoag Âhqunah meaning "the end of the island". This is also the name of a town on the island of Martha's Vineyard in Massachusetts. American actor Michael J. Fox gave this name to his daughter Aquinnah Kathleen born in 1995.
Araina f English
Variant of Reina 1 or Irena
Aramita f English, Spanish, Indian
Possibly derived from the Latin aramen, from aerāmen meaning "copper, bronze". As used in India, it's likely a variant of Paramita.
Arbind m Indian, Bengali, Nepali
Bengali and Nepali form of Arvind.
Arcana f English, Sanskrit
Possibly a variant of Archana or from the English word "arcana" meaning "specialized knowledge that is mysterious to the uninitiated; mysteries or deep sercrets; elixirs"... [more]
Arcas m Greek Mythology
In Greek mythology he was a son of Zeus and Callisto. He was remembered for having taught people the art of weaving and baking bread... [more]
Archambałt m Medieval Polish
Medieval Polish form of Archibald.
Ardell m & f English
Transferred use of the surname Ardell, from an unexplained first element and the common suffix of surnames, -ell (from Latin -elius)... [more]
Ardelle f English
Feminine form of Ardell.
Aretias m Greek Mythology, Literature
Mentioned in Homer's 'Odyssey' as father of Nissus of Dulichium.... [more]
Arfonzu m Sicilian
Sicilian form of Alfonso.
Aria f Hebrew
Feminine form of Ari 1.
Arian m & f English
Variation of Aryan, or from the English word referring to "someone whose star sign is Aries". Arian Foster (born 1986) is an American football player for the Houston Texans.
Arisu f Japanese, Popular Culture
Japanese transliteration of Alice, in use among the Japanese since the 20th century, particularly in recent decades.... [more]
Ariya f English
Variant of Aria 1 or Arya 2.
Armano m Italian
Italian form of Herman.
Arnaaluk f Inuit Mythology
The spirit name of a group of Inuit from a particular region, meaning "a big woman", a spirit of the woman under the sea. Prominent in Inuit mythology.
Artaimís f Irish
Irish form of Artemis, used in Irish translations of Greek myths.
Aruli m & f Hindi
Blessed by god
Aryanna f American
Variant of Ariana.
Arybbas m Ancient Greek
In ancient Greece he was King of the Molossians in the 4th century BCE. He was the son of King Alcetas I, brother of Neoptolemus I, and grandfather of Pyrrhus.... [more]
Asa f Japanese
Derived from the Japanese kanji 朝 (asa) meaning "morning" or 麻 (asa) meaning "hemp, flax".... [more]
Asela f Spanish (Rare)
Spanish form of Asella. A notable bearer of this name is the Cuban chess player Asela de Armas Pérez (b. 1954), who won the title of Woman International Master in 1978.
Asela m Sinhalese
Unknown meaning.... [more]
Asella f Late Roman, Dutch (Rare), English (Rare), German (Archaic), Italian (Archaic)
Derived from the Latin noun asella meaning "little she-ass". It is the feminine version of asellus, which is a diminutive of Latin asinus meaning "ass, donkey".... [more]
Asenappar m Biblical
Form of Ashurbanipal found in the Bible.
Ashima f Biblical Hebrew, Semitic Mythology
Means "the name, portion, or lot" depending on context. Possibly from the Semitic šmt 'charge, duty, function'. Also known as Ashim-Yahu, Ashima-Yaho, and Ashim-Beth-El... [more]
Ashnah f Biblical
The name of a city either near Palestine or near Bethlehem, mentioned in the Bible
Ashurina f Obscure
Feminine form of Ashur.
Ashurnasirpal m Ancient Assyrian
Means "the god Ashur is the protector of the heir" in Assyrian, from the Akkadian Aššur-nāṣir-apli. ... [more]
Ashur-uballit m Ancient Assyrian
Meaning unknown, but refers to the god Ashur.... [more]
Ashwina f Indian, Sanskrit, Hinduism
A feminine form of Ashvin, the seventh month of the lunisolar Hindu calendar. It means "light" in Sanskrit, and Ashvini is the first star that appears in the evening sky (the head of Aries). Ashvin also stands for the Divine twins considered to be the Hindu gods of vision in Hindu mythology.
Asianna f English
Likely an elaborated form of Asia 1 with the popular name suffix -ana, or just a combination of Asia and Anna.
Asok m Indian
Variant of Ashok.
Assel f Kazakh, Kyrgyz
Variant of Asel.
Astius m History (Ecclesiastical), Illyrian
There was an early Christian saint by this name, a 2nd-century Illyrian martyr. He was a bishop of Dyrrhachium (now Durrës in Albania).
Átoko m Hopi
Means "crane" in Hopi.
Aubri f American
Variant of Aubrey.
Audio m Obscure
From the Latin audiō 'hear, listen'.
Audriana f English (American, Modern)
An invented name, a combination of Audrey and Adriana.
Audrina f American (Modern)
Elaboration of Audrey with the popular name suffix -ina. ... [more]
Auria f Ancient Roman, Medieval Basque, Basque, History
Derived from Latin aurum "gold" and aureus "golden, gilded". Auria was an early consort of Pamplona.
Aurita f Spanish (Latin American)
Diminutive of names beginning with Aur-.
Aurius m Ancient Roman
Masculine form of Auria.
Aurum m & f English (Rare)
Means "gold" in Latin.
Ausif m Arabic
Variant of Asif.
Austol m Cornish
Meaning unknown. It is the name of a 6th century Cornish Saint.
Autonous m Greek Mythology
Means "self-willed" or "mind of one’s own", derived from Greek αὐτός (autos) meaning "self" and νόος (noos) meaning "mind, thought".
Avalyn f English (American, Modern)
Variant of Avalynn; either a combination of Ava 1 and the fashionable name suffix lyn, or a variant of Aveline using lyn (also compare Avaline, Evelyn).
Avin m Indian
Diminutive of Avinash.
Avrelija f Slovene
Slovene form of Aurelia.
Awasin m Literature
This is the name of a protagonist, a Cree chief's son, in the novel 'Lost in the Barrens' (also sometimes called 'Two Against the North') by Canadian author Farley Mowat, first published in 1956. It won a Governor General's Award in 1956 and the Canada Library Association Book of the Year for Children Award in 1958.... [more]
Axton m English
Transferred use of the surname Axton, meaning "Acca's stone", from the Old English given name Acca plus stān 'stone'.
Ayashe f Cheyenne
Means "little one" in Cheyenne.
Ayde f Spanish (Rare)
Unknown meaning.
Ayleen f American (Hispanic), German, English
Variant of Aylín or Ailyn, which are Hispanic variants of Eileen... [more]
Aymen m Arabic (Maghrebi)
Alternate transcription of Ayman chiefly used in Northern Africa.
Azaliah m & f Biblical, English (Puritan, Rare)
English form of Atsalyahu via its latinized form Aslia. This was the name of a character from the Old Testament, who appeared in 2 Kings 22:3 (also known as 4 Kings 22:3)... [more]
Azro m Muslim (Rare, ?)
Meaning unknown.
Bade f Turkish
Means "wine, drink", from Persian bâde (باده) "wine".
Bade m Nigerian
The use of the name in Nigeria is likely due to the Bade Emirate, a traditional state in Yobe State, Nigeria, the home of the Bade people.
Bade m & f Indian (Muslim), Hindi
Likely a variant of Badr. It also means "big, older" in Hindi.
Báine f & m Irish, Scottish Gaelic, Irish Mythology
An Irish name meaning "whiteness, pallor". In Irish Mythology, Báine was a princess, daughter of Tuathal Techtmar, ancestor of the kings of Ireland. "Cailín na Gruaige Báine" and "Bruach na Carraige Báine" are the names of two traditional Irish songs.... [more]
Baingiu m Sardinian
Campidanese variant of Gavinu.
Bam m Popular Culture, English (Modern, Rare)
Possibly a diminutive for any name starting with the letter B. Also an onomatopoeia word suggesting the sound of a "loud thud". ... [more]
Bane m East Frisian (Archaic)
Short form of names that contain the element bann meaning "ban" or else a short form of names containing the element barn / bern "bear".... [more]
Baridakara f & m Ogoni
Means "God answers prayer(s)" in Khana.
Barisua f & m Ogoni
Means "God knows" in Khana.
Baron m English
Middle English from Old French, from medieval Latin baro, baron- ‘man, warrior’, probably of Germanic origin.
Barsoum m Ancient Aramaic
Transferred use of the surname Barsoum. St. Barsoum El Erian was a Coptic saint in the thirteenth century.
Batool f Arabic, Urdu
Variant of Batul.