Masculine Submitted Names

Submitted names are contributed by users of this website. The accuracy of these name definitions cannot be guaranteed.
Abimanyu m Indonesian
Indonesian form of Abhimanyu.
Abinadab m Biblical
Possibly means "my father is noble" or "my father is willing" in Hebrew. This was the name of several Old Testament people, including one of Saul's sons, one of Jesse's sons, one of Solomon's officers, and a Levite who housed the ark of the covenant for 20 years.
Abinadi m Mormon
From the Hebrew abi "my father" and nadi "present with you," meaning "my father is present with you." In The Book of Mormon, Abinadi is a prophet who preaches to a wicked king and his corrupt priests that God will come down and be with man, among other messages... [more]
Abinadom m Mormon
Son of Chemish, Nephite historian, and Nephite warrior.
Abinasee m Indian
The name comes from the Guru Granth Sahib Ji and it means to be imperishable or lasting forever.
Abinoam m Biblical
Means "the father is pleasantness" in Hebrew.
Abinos m Greek
Variant diminutive form of Albinos(Ἀλβῖνος)primarily used in Italy. (Archaic)
Abiola f & m African, African American (Modern), Nigerian, Yoruba
Means "born in honor" in Yoruba.
Abiona f & m Yoruba
Means "born during a journey" in Yoruba.
Ábiǫrn m Ancient Scandinavian
Derived from the Germanic name element agi "awe, terror", or egg "edge, sharpness (of a weapon)", or ana, an emphasizing prefix, or anu "ancestor" with Björn.
Abir m Hebrew
Means "strong, mighty" in Hebrew (compare Adir), derived from the root of אבר (ʿabar) "to strive upward, mount, soar, fly" (allegedly the name also means "aroma"; cf... [more]
Abir m Indian, Bengali
From Hindi अबीर (abīr) referring to a type of coloured powder used during the Holi festival. The word itself is ultimately derived from Arabic عَبِير‎ (ʿabīr) meaning "scent, perfume".
Abiri m Jewish, Yiddish
Means "my hero" or "my strength" in Hebrew.
Abisade m & f Yoruba
Means "born into royalty" in Yoruba.
Abisay m Spanish
Spanish form of Abishai.
Abish m Kazakh
Kazakh diminutive of Abd Allah.
Abisha m & f Hebrew
Variant of Abijah.
Abishek m Tamil
Tamil form of Abhishek.
Abishua m Biblical
Meaning uncertain, perhaps "father of salvation" or "father of wealth". It is the name of a High priest of Israel mentioned in the Biblical books 1 Chronicles and Ezra.
Abiso m Yoruba
Means "given" or "acquired" in Yoruba.
Abisoghom m Armenian
Armenian form of Absalom.
Abiy m Amharic
Means "father's joy" in Amharic.
Åbjørn m Danish (Rare), Norwegian (Archaic)
Danish and Norwegian form of Ábiǫrn, common in 17th century Norway.
Ablat m Uyghur
Short form of Abdul'ahat.
Ablay m Kazakh
Variant of Abylay.
Ablayar m Uzbek (Archaic)
Meaning uncertain. It looks like this is a compound name, of which the first element is probably either 'Abla or Ablay... [more]
Ablâziz m Crimean Tatar
Crimean Tatar form of Abd al-Aziz.
Able m English
Either a variant of Abel, or from the English word able, "having the power, skill, means, or opportunity to do something", ultimately from Latin habere "to hold".
Ablet m Uyghur
Variant of Abdul'ahat.
Abliz m Uyghur
Possibly a form of Abd al-Aziz.
Ábner m Hungarian
Cognate of Abner, meaning "my father is my light".
Abney f & m English (American, Rare)
Transferred use of the surname Abney.
Abnie f & m English (Rare)
Diminutive of names beginning with Abn, such as Abner.
Abnody m Russian (Rare, Archaic)
Abnody (Russian: Абно́дий) is an old and rare Russian male first name. The patronymics derived from this first name are "Абно́диевич" (Abnodiyevich), "Абно́дьевич" (Abnodyevich; both masculine); and "Абно́диевна" (Abnodiyevna), "Абнодьевна" (Abnodyevna; both feminine).
Ábo m Sami
Sami diminutive of Abram.
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]
Abod m Hungarian
Diminutive of Aba, meaning "father".
Aboderin m Yoruba
Means "one who walks in the company of hunters" in Yoruba.
Abodi m Arabic
Variant transcription of Abudi.
Abolghasem m Persian
Persian form of Abu al-Qasim.
Abongile m Xhosa
Means "thankfulness" in Xhosa.
Abony m Hungarian
Diminutive of Aba, meaning "father".
Aboobakuru m Dhivehi
Dhivehi form of Abu Bakr. This was the name of a 15th-century sultan of the Maldives.
Abooksigun m Algonquin
Means "wildcat" in Algonquin.
Abora m Guanche Mythology
From a Guanche name for the star Canopus, which was derived from Guanche *ăbōra "seed (of a plant)", literally "coarse-grained sorghum" (sorghum being a tall cereal grass). This was the name of the supreme god of the heavens in the mythology of the Guanche (Berber) people native to La Palma, one of the Canary Islands.
Abos m Hungarian
Diminutive of Aba, meaning "father".
Abosa m Hungarian
Variant of Abos, meaning "father".
Aboudi m Arabic, Jewish
Variant transcription of Abudi. When used in the Jewish culture, is transferred use of the surname Aboudi.
Aboutboul m Jewish (Rare)
Meaning "drummer" or "drum maker/seller."
Abraami m Georgian (Rare)
Form of Abraam with the Georgian nominative suffix -ი (-i). It is only used in Georgian when the name is written stand-alone.
Abrafán m Medieval Galician
Medieval Galician variant of Abraham.
Ábraham m Faroese
Faroese form of Abraham.
Abrahame m Medieval Dutch
Medieval Dutch form of Abraham.
Abrahamek m Polish
Diminutive of Abraham.
Abrahán m Spanish, Judeo-Spanish
Spanish and Ladino form of Abraham.
Abrakha m Russian
Variant diminutive form of Abram.
Ábrám m Hungarian
Short form of Ábrahám or hungarian cognate of Abram, meaning "father of many" or "high father".
Ábram m Faroese
Faroese form of Abram.
Abram m Belarusian
Belarusian form of Abraham.
Abrama f & m English (Rare), Indonesian (Rare), Italian (Archaic)
Variant or feminine form of Abram and Abramo.
Abramek m Polish
Diminutive of Abram 2.
Abramuccio m Medieval Italian, Judeo-Italian, Medieval Jewish
Medieval Italian diminutive of Abramo, as -uccio is an Italian masculine diminutive suffix.
Ábrán m Hungarian
Old Hungarian variant of Ábrahám and Ábrám.
Abrán m Spanish (Rare)
Spanish form of Abram.
Abrança m Khakas
Khakas form of Avram.
Abraomas m Lithuanian
Lithuanian form of Abraham.
Abrasi m Mari
Mari form of Ambrose.
Abraxas m Egyptian Mythology, Gnosticism, Popular Culture
From a word thought to have originated with the Gnostics or the Egyptians, found on many amulets during the last years of the Roman Empire. Abraxas was used by the Basilideans, a Gnostic sect of the 2nd century, to refer to the Supreme Being or god whom they worshipped; they believed it to be a name of power because it contained the seven Greek letters which, computed numerically, equal the number 365 (the number of days in the year)... [more]
Abraxis m Judeo-Christian Legend
Variant of Abraxas. An angel mentioned in the Gnostic tradition that appears later on Jewish amulets and in Medieval Jewish angelologies.
Abreham m Ethiopian
Ethiopian form of Abraham.
Âbréhan m Jèrriais
Jèrriais form of Abraham.
Abriele f & m Brazilian (Rare), Italian (Rare)
Italian form of Avriel and a Brazilian variant of Abrielle and Abriela.
Ábris m Hungarian
Hungarian diminutive of Ábrahám.
Abrocomas m History
Latinized form of the given name Aβρόκoμας (Abrokomas) or (Habrokomas), which is either the hellenized form of an unknown Persian given name, or a genuine Greek given name. In case of the latter, the name is probably derived from Greek ἁβροκόμης (habrokomēs) meaning "with delicate hair" as well as "with luxuriant foliage"... [more]
Abroi m Karelian
A Karelian form of Abraham and ABRAM.
Abror m Tajik, Uzbek
Tajik and Uzbek form of Abrar.
Ábrrán m Sami
Sami form of Abram.
Abruy m Kazakh (Rare), Uzbek (Rare)
Probably derived from the Persian noun آبروی (aberuy) meaning "reputation, standing" as well as "honour, prestige". A more literal meaning would be "the face of honour", since the word consists of the Persian noun آب (ab) meaning "honour, reputation, standing" combined with the Persian noun روی (roy) meaning "face" as well as "copper, brass, bronze"... [more]
Absa m Hungarian
Diminutive of Absolon, meaning "my father is peace".
Absalão m Portuguese
Portuguese form of Absalom.
Absaló m Catalan
Catalan form of Absalom.
Absalon m Danish (Rare), Faroese, Norwegian (Rare), Polish, Gascon, French (Archaic), French (Quebec, Archaic)
Polish, French, Gascon, Danish, Faroese and Norwegian form of Absalom.
Absaloun m Provençal, Niçard
Niçard form of Absalom.
Absattar m Kazakh
Kazakh form of Abdul Sattar.
Abshir m Somali
Means "congratulation" in Somali.
Absolom m English (Rare)
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 French
French form of Absalom.
Absolon m Hungarian
Cognate of Absalom, meaning "my father is peace".
Abtin m Persian Mythology
The name of a character in the 11th-century Persian epic 'Shahnameh', the father of Fereydoun.
Abu al-Abbas m Arabic
Combination of Abu and Abbas. This was another name for Ali, who had a son named Abbas.
Abu al-Hasan m Arabic
Combination of Abu and Hasan.
Abu al-Qasim m Arabic
Combination of Abu and Qasim. This was another name for Muhammad, who had a son named Qasim.
Abubacar m Filipino, Maranao
Maranao form of Abu Bakr.
Abu Bakar m Malay, Bengali
Malay and Bengali form of Abu Bakr.
Abubakir m Kazakh
Derived from Arabic أَبُو (ʾabū) meaning "father (of)" combined with بكير (bakir) possibly meaning "learner, student" or بَكَرَ (bakara) meaning "to get up early" (figuratively meaning "early ripened" or "quickly learned").
Abuchi m & f Igbo
Means "song of God" in Igbo.
Abudemi m Catalan
Catalan form of Abudemius.
Abuderu m Japanese (Japanized, Modern, Rare)
Japanese trasliteration of Abdul
Abudi m Arabic (Rare)
Means "devoted worshiper of God" in Arabic, ultimately from Arabic عَبَدَ (ʿabada) meaning "to worship, to venerate".
Abu Hasan m Malay, Bengali
Malay and Bengali form of Abu al-Hasan.
Abu Hassan m Malay
Malay form of Abu al-Hasan.
Abukcheech m Algonquin
Means "mouse" in Algonquin.
Abukhadzhi m Chechen
From Arabic أَبُو (ʾabū) meaning "father" and حَاجّ (ḥājj) meaning "pilgrim (to Mecca)".
Abukhan m Chechen
The first element is derived from Arabic abun "father" (see also Abu). The second element is possibly derived from the imperial rank Khan that was first used among certain Turkic peoples; khan is a contraction of khagan which means "ruler, sovereign".
Abul m Arabic, Afghani, Pakistani, Urdu
Means "father of the" in Arabic, derived from Arabic أبو (abu) meaning "father of" (see Abu) combined with Arabic ال (al) meaning "the". Also compare names like Abul-Fazl.... [more]
Əbülfəz m Azerbaijani
From Arabic أَبُو (ʾabū) meaning "father" (see Abu) combined with فَازَ (fāza) meaning "to win, to triumph".
Abulfaz m Azerbaijani
Variant transcription of Əbülfəz.
Abulkhair m Arabic, Kazakh, Maranao
Derived from Arabic أَبُو (ʾabū) meaning "father (of)" combined with خَيْر (ḵayr) meaning "goodness, good".
Abumuslim m Chechen
Derived from Arabic أَبُو (ʾabū) meaning "father" combined with مُسْلِم (muslim) meaning "Muslim, follower of Islam".
Abundancio m Spanish
Spanish form of Abundantius.
Abundantius m Late Roman
Derived from Latin abundans "overflowing, abundant". This was the name of several Christian saints.
Abundanzio m Italian
Italian form of Abundantius.
Abundi m Catalan
Catalan form of Abundius.
Abúndio m Portuguese
Portuguese form of Abundius.
Abundius m Late Roman
From Latin abundiantus "abundant, plentiful". This was the name of several early saints.
Aburu m Dagbani
"One of the royal gates of Dagbong Kingdom" denoting "Corrupted name of Abdulai"
Abusaid m Chechen
Combination of Abu and Said.
Abusolt m Chechen
Derived from Arabic أَبُو (ʾabū) meaning "father of" combined with the title سُلْطَان (sulṭān) meaning "Sultan, king, ruler".
Abusupyan m Chechen, Dagestani
Derived from Arabic أَبُو (ʾabū) meaning "father of" combined with the name Supyan.
Abuyazid m Chechen
From Arabic أبو (ʾabū) meaning "father" and زَادَ (zāda) "to add, to increase".
Abuzar m Tatar, Indian (Muslim), Pakistani, Chechen
Derived from Arabic أَبُو (ʾabū) meaning "father" and Persian زر (zar) "gold" or Arabic ذَرّ (ḏarr) "pounding, grinding, scattering".
Aby m Malayalam
Diminutive of Abraham.
Abyad m Jewish, Judeo-Arabic
Refers to a person with fair skin from the Arabic word abyad.
Abye m Ge'ez
Means "big, large" in Ge'ez.
Abyl m Kazakh
Kazakh form of Abul. This name is also frequently used as a short form of Abylay.
Abylai m Kazakh
Alternate transcription of Abylay.
Abylay m Kazakh
Combination of Abyl with the Kazakh noun ай (ay) meaning "moon". As such, the meaning of this name is basically "father of the moon".... [more]
Abyss m English
From the English word abyss, ultimately from the Ancient Greek word abythos composed by -a the negative prefix and bythos meaning "deep".
Abzal m Kazakh
Kazakh form of Afzal.
Abzari m Arabic, Urdu
Means "seeds, spice, seedsman, one who sows" in Arabic.
Acace m French
French form of Akakios via Acacius.
Açach m Medieval Jewish, Medieval Spanish
Medieval Judeo-Spanish form of Isaac attested in Navarre.
Acácio m Portuguese
Portuguese form of Akakios.
Acacio m Galician, Italian
Galician and Italian form of Akakios.
Academus m Greek Mythology (Latinized)
Latinized form of Greek Ἀκάδημος (Akademos), which apparently meant "of a silent district". This was the name of a legendary Athenian hero of the Trojan War tales, whose estate (six stadia from Athens) was the enclosure where Plato taught his school... [more]
Acaic m Catalan
Catalan form of Achaikos (via Achaicus).
Acaico m Italian
Italian form of Achaikos via Achaicus.
Acaime m Spanish (Canarian, Archaic)
From Guanche *akăyəm, meaning "small".
Acaire m Provençal, Niçard
Niçard form of Acarius.
Acamar m & f Astronomy
Derived from Arabic Ākhir an-nahr, meaning "end of the river". This is the traditional name of the star Theta Eridani in the constellation Eridanus.
Acamas m Greek Mythology (Latinized)
Means "unwearying." Latinized form of Greek Ἀκάμας (Akamas). In Greek mythology, Acamas was the son of Theseus and Phaedra... [more]
Acan m Mayan Mythology
Means "groan". This is the name of the Mayan God of wine and celebration.
Acanthe m & f French (Rare)
French feminine and masculine form of Acantha.
Acanthus m Greek Mythology (Latinized), Ancient Greek (Latinized)
Latinized form of Greek Άκανθος (Akanthos), which is derived from Greek ακανθος (akanthos), the name of a plant with large spiny leaves. The plant ultimately derives its name from Greek ακη (ake) "thorn, point" and Greek ανθος (anthos) "flower, blossom"... [more]
Acar f & m Turkish
Means "fearless" or "clever" in Turkish.
Acar m Ancient Aramaic
One who troubles.
Acard m Medieval English
Combination of Anglo-saxon elements ac meaning "oak" and ard meaning "hard."
Acardio m Spanish (Rare)
Spanish form of Archibald.
Acario m Italian (Archaic)
From Latin acharis meaning "ungrateful". It is known because of Saint Acario di Noyon e Turnai.
Acarius m History (Ecclesiastical)
Saint Acarius (died 14 March 642) was bishop of Doornik and Noyon, which today are located on either side of the Franco-Belgian border. He was especially attentive to the poor and afflicted, whose needs he enjoyed relieving and calming their suffering.
Acarnan m Greek Mythology (Latinized)
Latinized form of Greek Ἀκαρνάν (Akarnan), which is derived from Greek ἀκαρνάν (akarnan), which is said to mean "laurel", but can also refer to a kind of thistle. In Greek mythology, Acarnan was the son of Alcmaeon... [more]
Acastus m Greek Mythology (Latinized)
Latinized form of Greek Ἄκαστος (Akastos), which is derived from Greek ἄκαστος (akastos) meaning "maple tree, maple wood". In Greek mythology, Acastus was the king of Iolcus, the oldest son of Pelias... [more]
Acazio m Italian
Italian form of Akakios and variant of Acacio.
Acbor m Biblical
Variant of Achbor.
Accepted m English (Puritan)
Referring to being accepted into the Kingdom of God.
Accius m Ancient Roman
Roman nomen perhaps meaning "a call, summons" or "of Acca". A notable bearer was the tragic poet Lucius Accius.
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.
Acco m Medieval German
Diminutive of names containing Proto-Germanic *agio "blade".
Accolon m Arthurian Romance
Of uncertain origin. Sir Accolon is a character in Arthurian legends, possibly first appearing in the Post-Vulgate 'Suite du Merlin' (c.1230-40). He is a knight from Gaul and the paramour of Morgan le Fay, who uses him as an unwitting participant in a plot against her half-brother Arthur; sensing the deception, Arthur defeats Accalon in battle... [more]
Accursio m Sicilian (Rare)
Italian name derived from Accorso and short form of Bonaccurso.
Acél m Hungarian
Means "steel" in hungarian.
Acelin m Medieval French
Double diminutive of Asce.
Aceng m Sundanese
Variant of Ujang.
Aceolus m History (Ecclesiastical)
Saint Aceolus of Amiens worked as a sub-deacon who was studying for the priesthood when he was arrested and murdered as part of the persecutions of Emperor Diocletian in 303 near Amiens, France.
Acepsima m Italian
Italian form of Acepsimas (see Akepsimas).
Acepsimas m History (Latinized)
Latinized form of Akepsimas. Saint Acepsimas was a 4th-century bishop of Hnaita in western Persia who was martyred in 376.
Acèpsimes m Catalan
Catalan form of Acepsimas.
Acer m English (Modern, Rare)
Latin botanical name for Maple tree
Acerbus m English (American, Rare)
Means "Sarcastic, sardonic" in Latin.
Acesandro m Italian
Italian form of Acesander.
Acessima m Italian
Diminutive of Acepsima.
Acestes m Greek Mythology (Latinized)
Latinized form of Akestes. In Greek mythology, this was the name of a hero of Trojan origin, who founded Segesta on Sicily. In a trial of skill, Acestes shot his arrow with such force that it caught fire... [more]
Acestor m Ancient Greek (Latinized), Greek Mythology (Latinized)
Latinized form of Akestor. Bearers of this name include two sculptors and a tragic poet.... [more]
Acestorides m Ancient Greek (Latinized)
Latinized form of Akestorides. A notable bearer of this name was Acestorides of Corinth, who became tyrant of Syracuse in the 4th century BC.
Acfred m Ancient Germanic (Frankish)
A Frankish name of unknown meaning.... [more]
Acfrid m Medieval, Old High German, Medieval French
Proto-Germanic agio "blade" + Old High German fridu, Old Saxon frithu "peace".
Achachak m Siksika, Algonquin
Means "spirit" in Siksika.
Achacjusz m Polish
Polish form of Akakios via Acacius.
Achacy m Polish
Polish form of Akakios via Acacius.
Achaemenes m Ancient Persian (Latinized)
Latinized form of Haxāmaniš via its hellenized form Achaimenes. This was the name of the founder of the Achaemenid dynasty, as well as the name of a son of Darius the Great.
Achaemenides m Greek Mythology (Latinized)
Latinized form of Achaimenides. In Greek mythology, Achaemenides was one of the companions of Odysseus who remained on Sicily with the Cyclopes... [more]
Achaeus m Greek Mythology (Latinized), Ancient Greek (Latinized)
Latinized form of Achaios. In Greek mythology, this was the name of the son of Xuthus, who the Achaean people regarded as their (mythical) ancestor... [more]
Achaia m Biblical (Hellenized)
Variant transcription of Ahlai, as used in 1 Chronicles 11:41.... [more]
Achaimenides m Greek Mythology
Means "son of Achaimenes" in Greek, derived from the hellenized Persian name Achaimenes combined with the Attic and Ionic Greek patronymic suffix ἴδης (ides).
Achaios m Greek Mythology, Ancient Greek
The meaning of this name is a little uncertain; it may have been derived from Greek αχος (achos) meaning "grief, pain, woe" (also see Achilles). It is also interesting to note that there is the Greek word achaia, which was an epithet of the Greek goddess Demeter... [more]
Achaius m Scottish
Scottish given name meaning 'Friend of a horse'.
Achaje m Chewa
Means "stranger" in Chichewa.
Achali m & f Biblical
Variant transcription of Ahlai.... [more]
Achamán m Guanche Mythology
One of the names of the god Acoran, along with Achuhuran, Achahucanac, Achguayaxerax, Achoron, Abora, Orahan and Eraoranhan.
Achamaz m Caucasian Mythology
Chechen and Ingush form of Atsamaz.
Achanba m & f Manipuri
Means "faithful" in Meitei.
Achates m Roman Mythology, Greek Mythology
Perhaps derived from the name of a river in Sicily, Italy, or from the name of the type of rock often found there. This is the name of two separate characters in Roman and Greek mythology.
Achbor m Biblical Hebrew
Means "gnawing" and is, by extension, used as the word for "mouse."
Achee m Mormon
The name used by some Mormon groups for the Brother of Jared, despite Joseph Smith's official statement saying that his name was Mahonri.
Achenar m Astronomy
A variant of Achernar.
Acheo m Italian
Italian form of Achaios via Achaeus.
Achere m Medieval, Medieval French, Old High German
Proto-Germanic agio "blade" + Old High German heri "host, army".... [more]
Achernar m Astronomy
Derived from Arabic ākhir an-nahr, meaning "the end of the river". This is the name of the brightest star in the constellation Eridanus.
Acheron m Greek Mythology
Derived from Greek ἄχεα ῥέων (áchea rhéōn) meaning "the stream of woe". Also compare Greek αχος (achos) meaning "pain". Some consider the aforementioned meaning to be folk etymology, saying that instead the name might be derived from Greek acherousai meaning "marsh-like water"... [more]
Achguayaxerax m Guanche Mythology
This is one of Acoran's names and it means "behold the Spirit that sustains the firmament".
Achi m Hebrew (Rare)
Means "my brother" in Hebrew.
Achi m Georgian
Short form of Archil and/or its diminutive Achiko.
Achidan m Hebrew (Modern, Rare)
Means "my brother judged" in Hebrew.
Achiel m Dutch (Rare), Flemish (Rare)
Dutch form of Achilles via its French form Achille. Known bearers of this name include Belgian politician and prime minister Achiel Van Acker (1898-1975), Belgian painter Achiel Van Sassenbrouck (1886-1979) and Belgian cyclist Achiel Buysse (1918-1984).
Achiezer m Hebrew
Means "my brother is a helper" in Hebrew.
Achike m Igbo
Means "take the things of the world easy" in Igbo.
Achiko m Georgian
Diminutive of Archil.
Achila m Ancient Germanic (Gothic)
Achila II (died circa 714) was the Visigothic king of Hispania from 710 or 711 until his death. The kingdom he ruled was restricted to the northeast of the old Hispanic kingdom on account of the Arabo-Berber invasions.
Achill m German (Rare)
German cognate of Achilles.
Achillas m History (Ecclesiastical)
Bishop and theologian who lived in an era of dispute in the Church. Achillas was the bishop of Alexandria, Egypt, one of the most powerful cities in the world at the time. Succeeding as bishop a man named St... [more]
Achillefs m Greek
Modern Greek form of Achilleus (see also Achilleas).
Achilleo m Italian
Italian form of Achilleus. ... [more]
Achillesz m Hungarian
Cognate of Achilleus, meaning "pain".
Achilli m Sicilian
Sicilian form of Achille.
Achilo m Occitan (Rare)
Occitan form of Achilles.
Achilou m Provençal, Niçard
Niçard form of Achilles.
Achimelech m Biblical
Achimelech may refer to:... [more]
Achindra f & m Sanskrit
"Achindra name is 8 characters long and commonly given to both Boys and Girls. Achindra is originated from Sanskrit language and means "Flawless, Uninterrupted, Perfect, Without Faults.""
Achiram m Hebrew (Rare)
Means "my brother is exalted" in Hebrew.
Achird m Astronomy
In Astronomy it is a name of a star, otherwise known as η Cassiopeiae
Achishalom f & m Hebrew (Modern, Rare)
Combination of the names Achi and Shalom, meaning "my brother is a peace" or "my brother will bring peace" in Hebrew.
Achitophel m Biblical, Hebrew
Means "my brother is foolish" or "brother of foolishness" in Hebrew, derived from Hebrew ach "brother" and aph'el "to act foolishly". In the bible, this was the name of one of King David's most trusted advisors.
Achmad m Indonesian
Indonesian form of Ahmad.
Achmat m Indonesian, South African
Indonesian form of Ahmad as well as the usual form used by South African Muslims.
Achmed m Arabic, Indonesian, German (Rare)
Variant transcription of Ahmad.
Acho m Old Swedish
Latinised form of Ake.
Acho m Georgian
Short form of Archil and/or its diminutive Achiko.
Acho m Bulgarian
Diminutive of Angel.
Achouba m Manipuri
Means "big, large, first" in Meitei.
Achraf m Arabic (Maghrebi)
Maghrebi transcription of Ashraf (chiefly Moroccan).
Achref m Arabic (Maghrebi)
Alternate transcription of Ashraf chiefly used in Tunisia.
Achshiyarshu m Babylonian
Babylonian variant of Ahasuerus.
Achton m Danish (Archaic)
Transferred use of the surname Achton that means "without land".
Achuguayo m Guanche Mythology
From Guanche *at-u wayyu, meaning "here is the spirit". This name was an epithet of Acoran.
Achuhucanac m Guanche Mythology
From Guanche *at-u hu əkanak , meaning "here is the one in the rain". This name was an epithet of Acoran.
Achuhurahan m Guanche Mythology
From Guanche *at-u hu raɣan, meaning "he who is in the brilliance". This name was an epithet of Acoran.
Achyut m Indian, Hindi
Meaning, "Imperishable; Indestructible."
Aci m Turkish
Variant of Haci
Aciano m Spanish
Means "the blue bottle flower" in Spanish.
Acie m English
Diminutive of Ace.
Acilino m Spanish
Spanish variant of Aquilino.
Acilinu m Sicilian
Diminutive of Aciliu.
Acilio m Italian (Rare, Archaic), Portuguese (Rare)
Italian and Portuguese form of Acilius.
Aciliu m Sicilian
Of uncertain origin and meaning.
Acilius m Ancient Roman
Means "wit, sharp" in Ancient Latin from the word aciēs itself derived from the Ancient Greek word ἀκή (ake) with the same meaning.
Aćim m Serbian (Rare)
Serbian short form of Joachim.
Acintya m Indonesian Mythology
Derived from Sanskrit अचिन्त्य (achintya) meaning "incomprehensible, inconceivable". This is the name of the supreme god in Balinese Hinduism, sometimes called Sang Hyang Widhi or Sang Hyang Tunggal... [more]
Acis m Greek Mythology (Latinized)
Latin form of Akis (Ακις), from Greek element ακις (akis) meaning "pointed object" or "little". Acis was the husband of Galatea.
Ack m Scots
Diminutive of Alexander.
Ackerley m English
Transferred use of the surname Ackerley.
Acledulf m Medieval
Proto-Germanic *agio 'blade' lengthened to Old French agil and then retaining the -d from its use in compounds such as Agledeus and Agledrudis + Old High German wolf, Gothic wulf 'wolf'.
Aclefrid m Medieval, Old Saxon, Old High German, Medieval French
Proto-Germanic agio "blade" lengthened to Old French agil + Old High German fridu, Old Saxon frithu "peace".
Aclehar m Medieval French (Rare)
Derived from Proto-Germanic *agio "blade" and Old High German heri "host, army".