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ARYSTANBEK m Kazakh
Derived from Kazakh арыстан (arystan)
meaning "lion" combined with the Turkish military title beg
meaning "chieftain, master".
ARZHANG m Persian, Persian Mythology
Possibly derived from Persian جنگ (jang)
meaning "war" or رنگ (rang)
meaning "colour". This is the name of a character in the Persian epic 'Shahnameh'.
ARZZIE m & f English
Diminutive of names containing the element -ars
- or -arz
ASAAD m Arabic
Derived from Arabic أَسْعَد (ʾasʿad)
meaning "happiest, luckiest".
ASAASEASA m & f Akan
Means "the land is finished" in Akan. The implication of this name is that there is no more land for the dead to be buried - so the child is encouraged to live as there will be no more space for his/her burial.
ASAHARU m Japanese
From Japanese 朝 (asa
) meaning "morning" combined with 治 (haru
) meaning "govern, regulate, administer", 春 (haru
) meaning "spring" or 陽 (haru
) meaning "light, sun, male"... [more]
ASAHI m & f Japanese
This name can be used on its own as 旭 (kyoku, asahi
), referring to the morning sun (also applies to 朝日), or 朝 (chou, asa, asahi
) meaning "morning."... [more]
ASAHIKO f & m Japanese
As a male name comes from Japanese 朝 (asa) meaning "morning" combined with 彦 (hiko) meaning "boy, prince". Other kanji combinations are possible as well.... [more]
ASAHITO m Japanese
From Japanese 紹 (asa
) meaning "introduce" or 麻 (asa
) meaning "flax" combined with 人 (hito
) meaning "person". Other kanji combinations are possible.
ASAIAH m Biblical
has made" or "made by Yahweh" in Hebrew. This was the name of several characters in the Old Testament.
ASAKI m & f Japanese
From Japanese 朝 (asa
) meaning "morning" combined with 月 (ki
) meaning "moon" or 咲 (ki
) meaning "blossom". Other kanji combinations are possible.
ASANDROS m Ancient Greek
The first element of this name is possibly derived from the Greek noun ἄση (ase)
"surfeit, loathing, nausea", which itself is ultimately derived from the Greek verb ἀσάω (asao)
"to take a surfeit, to glut oneself"... [more]
ASASABUROU m Japanese
From Japanese 浅 (asa
) meaning "shallow", 三 (sabu
) meaning "three" combined with 郎 (rou
) meaning "son". Other kanji combinations are possible.
ASATARO m Japanese
Asa means "Morning", Ta means "Thick, Plump, Big Around", and Ro means "Son."
ASATO m Japanese
From Japanese 朝 (asa) meaning "morning" combined with 人 (to) meaning "person". Other kanji combinations are possible.
ASAYA m & f Japanese
From Japanese 朝 (asa) meaning "morning" or 麻 (asa) meaning "flax" combined with 也 (ya) meaning "also", 哉 (ya), an exclamation or 矢 (ya) meaning "arrow". Other kanji combinations are possible.
ASAYOSHI m Japanese
From Japanese 朝 (asa
) meaning "morning" combined with 喜 (yoshi
) meaning "rejoice". Other kanji combinations are possible.
ASCHWIN m Dutch, German
Dutch and German form of ANSWIN
. A known bearer of this name is Prince Constantijn of the Netherlands (b. 1969), who carries the name Aschwin as a middle name, in honour of his maternal grandfather's only brother, Aschwin zur Lippe-Biesterfeld (1914-1988).
ASCOT m English
Surname originating from the village of Arscott in Devon, meaning "eastern cottage" in Saxon. It can also be used to refer to Ascot in Berkshire, where the Royal Ascot race meeting is held each year.
ASELHOMME m Haitian Creole
Means "Enough Men" in Haitian Creole. Usually given after having many sons, in hopes the next child will be a girl.
ASET f & m Chechen, Kazakh
Derived from Arabic أَسَد (ʾasad)
meaning "lion" (see ASAD
). In Kazakh it is solely masculine while in Chechen it is feminine and masculine.
ƏSGƏR m Azerbaijani
Means "soldier" in Azerbaijani, ultimately from Arabic عَسْكَر (ʿaskar)
meaning "army, soldiers".
ASGORE m Popular Culture
The name of a character from the RPG game ''Undertale''. In the game Asgore is the powerful king of the monsters, who plans to use seven human souls in order to destroy the barrier that imprisons all monsters underground.
ASHAR m Urdu
Meaning liveliness in Urdu. Believed to originate from the language of Arabic
ASHBEL m Biblical
Allegedly means "flowing" in Hebrew. In the Old Testament this name belonged to the second son of BENJAMIN
, founder of the Ashbelite tribe. A known bearer was American pioneer physician Ashbel Smith (1805-1886).
ASHES m English (Puritan)
Referring to the story of Job and/or the phrase "dust to dust, ashes to ashes." Considered the "vulgar tongue" variant of APHRAH
ASHFORD m English (Rare)
Derived from the English locational surname Ashford
, which itself is derived from the name of one of several places called Ashford in England. All but one of these derive the second element of their name from Old English ford
meaning "ford" - for the one in North Devon, it is derived from Old English worō
meaning "enclosure".... [more]
ASHITA m Japanese (Rare)
From 朝 (ashita)
meaning "morning," specifically the next morning or the end of the night. The name shifted to mean "tomorrow" when written as 明日, though no evidence for usage of that form as a name is found yet.... [more]
ASHKAN m Persian
Means "like Ashk
" or "of the Parthian (Arsacid) Empire" in Persian, referring to an old Iranian kingdom that lasted until the 3rd century.
ASHKENAZ m Biblical
Ashkenaz is the first son of Gomer, and a Japhetic patriarch in the Table of Nations.
ASHOKANANDA m Hinduism
The creator of happiness,one who brings happiness without any hurt to other
ASHON m Akan
Means "seventh born son" in Akan.
ASHOT m Armenian
Meaning uncertain, though it is possibly derived from Armenian աշխարհ (ašxarh)
meaning "world, universe".
ASHWASENA m Indian
The son of Takshaka in the ancient Indian epic of Mahabharata.
ASHWATH m Hindi
“Banyan tree”. Possibly related to Buddhism as the tree under which Buddha meditated.
ASIUS m Greek Mythology
In the Iliad, Asius is a Trojan hero from Arisbe, the son of Hyrtacus. He was killed in battle after foolishly not heeding the advice of Polydamas.
ASKAR m Arabic
Derived from Arabic عسكر (askar)
meaning "army, soldiers". In some cases (possibly in non-Arabophone countries), this name may also be a variant of ASGHAR
ASKE m Frisian, Danish
Frisian short form of names containing the name element ASK
and Frisian short form of names containing the name element AS
ASKERBIY m Circassian
West Circassian (Adyghe) name derived from Arabic عَسْكَرِيّ (ʿaskariyy)
meaning "military, army, soldier" combined with the Turkic military title beg
meaning "chieftain, master".
AŞKIN f & m Turkish
Means "controlling, prevailing" or "dominant" in Turkish.
ASLAMBEK m Chechen
The first element is derived from Arabic áslama
"to submit, to surrender" (and is thus etymologically related to the word islam
and the name ESLAM
ASMODAI m Biblical, Judeo-Christian Legend
From Hebrew Ashmedai
, which itself is derived from Avestan aēšma-daēva
meaning "demon of wrath". Asmodai is a semi-Biblical demon mostly known thanks to the deuterocanonical Book of Tobit... [more]
ASMUS m Danish, Low German
Low German short form of ERASMUS
has also seen usage in Denmark from at least the 15th century onward, predominantly in Southern Jutland (Sønderjylland).
ASNAGE m Haitian Creole
A famous bearer of this name is Asnage Castelly (1978-) a Haitian-American wrestler who competed for Haiti at the 2016 Summer Olympics.
ASPAČANĀ m Ancient Persian
Means "horse lover", derived from Old Persian aspa
"horse" combined with Old Persian čanā
ASPARUH m Bulgarian
Asparuh was а ruler of Bulgars in the second half of the 7th century and is credited with the establishment of the First Bulgarian Empire in 680/681.
ASPATHA m Biblical
One of the sons of HAMAN
in the Book of Esther. Meaning "given by a sacred horse".
ASPET m Armenian
Means "knight" in Armenian. Used in the 12th–14th centuries.
ASPHALION m Greek Mythology
Derived from the Greek adjective ἀσφαλής (asphales)
meaning "safe, secure" as well as "steadfast, reliable, trustworthy". The word is ultimately derived from the Greek verb ἀσφαλίζω (asphalizo)
meaning "to fortify, to make secure, to make safe"... [more]
ASQAR m Kazakh
Derived from the Kazakh noun қар (qar)
meaning "snow", in reference to the snowy peaks of the mountains in southern Kazakhstan. Because of this reference, the name is sometimes also said to mean "the highest" or "summit".... [more]