Masculine Submitted Names

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Submitted names are contributed by users of this website. The accuracy of these name definitions cannot be guaranteed.
'Aho'eitu m Polynesian
The god Eitumatupua climbed down from the sky on a great tree, and took a worm descendant, Ilaheva, as his wife... [more]
Ahohako m Polynesian
Means "storm" in Polynesian.
Aholiab m Biblical Hebrew, English (Puritan)
In the Hebrew Bible, Aholiab son of Ahisamakh, of the tribe of Dan, worked under Bezalel as the deputy architect of the Tabernacle and the implements which it housed, including the Ark of the Covenant... [more]
Ahomana m Polynesian
Means "thunder" in Polynesian.
Ahote m Hopi
Means "restless ones."
Ahouba m Manipuri
Means "the beginning" in Meitei.
Ahrar m Arabic
Derived from أحرار (ahrar), which is the plural of the Arabic adjective حر (hurr) meaning "free, unimpeded" as well as "genuine, pure, good".
Ah-ri f & m Korean (Modern)
Variant transcriptio of Ari.
Ahron m & f English (American, Modern), English (Modern)
Variant of Aaron. Ahron was given to 59 boys in 2018 per the SSA.
Ahror m Tajik, Uzbek
Tajik and Uzbek form of Ahrar.
Ahsan m Arabic, Bengali, Urdu
Means "best, most handsome, most beautiful" in Arabic (a superlative form of Hasan).
Ahsen m & f Turkish
Turkish form of Ahsan.
Ähtär m Tatar
Tatar version of the masculine given name Akhtar.
Ahtem m Crimean Tatar
Derived from Arabic أدهم‎‎ (ādham) meaning "black, dark".
Ahto m Estonian, Finnish
Variant of Ahti.
Ahtunowhiho m New World Mythology, Cheyenne
Derived from Cheyenne ȧhtóno'e "under, below" and vé'ho'e "trickster, spider, white man". This is the name of a Cheyenne god who lives under the ground.
Ahu m Maori
Means "to tend, to foster, to bring up" in Maori.
Ahuiliztli m & f Nahuatl
Means "joy" in Nahuatl.
Ahuitzotl m Aztec
From āhuitzōtl, "otter" in Nahuatl.... [more]
Ahuludegi m Cherokee
Supposedly means "he who throws away the drum". The Cherokee name of John Jolly, Principal Chief of the Cherokee Nation–West.
Ahuura f & m Tahitian
Means "red dress" from the Tahitian phrase ʻahu ʻura ariʻi o te toʻo ao te rā meaning "royal red robe of the sunset".
Ahuzam m Biblical
Borne by Ahuzam, son of Ashur, the father or founder of Tekoa. (1 Book of Chronicles 4:6).
Ahva f & m Hebrew
Ahva is from the Hebrew word, Ahava (ah-hav-ah.) Ahva is a twist on the more common, Ava. It sounds more exotic and lively. Ahva can be used for either gender.
Ahvo m Finnish (Rare)
Finnish form of Agabus or Afanasi.
A-hyeon f & m Korean
Combination of an a hanja, like 雅 meaning "clean, pure" or 亜 meaning "next, second," and a hyeon hanja, e.g. 賢 meaning "benevolent; wise, sensible."
Ahyouwaighs m Mohawk
Meaning unknown. A famous person is John Brant (easier to pronounce than his real name, which is here), who was a Mohawk leader and had a role in the War of 1812.
Ái m Norse Mythology
Derived from Old Norse ái meaning "great-grandfather, ancestor". In Norse mythology, this is the name of both a dwarf and the husband of Edda.
Ái m & f Vietnamese
From Sino-Vietnamese 愛 (ái) meaning "love, affection".
Aiace m Italian
Italian form of Ajax.
Aiai m Polynesian Mythology
A male has this name in Hawaiian Mythology
Aiakides m Ancient Greek
Means "son of Aiakes/Aiakos" in Greek, derived from the name Aiakes or Aiakos combined with the patronymic suffix ἴδης (ides).
Aiakos m Greek Mythology
Meaning uncertain. One source derives the name from the Greek verb ἀΐσσω (aisso) meaning "to run, to dart, to shoot", whilst another source connects the name to the Greek adjective αἰακτός (aiaktos) meaning "lamentable, wailing, miserable"... [more]
Aian m Spanish (Latin American), Filipino
Possibly a form of Aia or AINA or Ian.
Aiantas m Greek
Modern Greek form of Aias.
Aiantides m Ancient Greek, Greek Mythology
Means "son of Ajax" in Greek. It is derived from the name Aias (the original Greek form of Ajax) combined with the patronymic suffix ἴδης (ides).
Aiasz m Hungarian (Rare)
Hungarian form of Ajax.
Áiax m Galician
Galician form of Ajax.
Àiax m Catalan
Catalan form of Ajax.
Aibergen m Kazakh
From Kazakh ай (ay) meaning "moon" and the past tense of беруге (beruge) "to give".
Aibhne m & f Irish (Rare)
From Irish abhainn meaning "river".
Aibing m & f Chinese
From Chinese 爱 (ài) meaning "love" combined with 兵 (bīng) meaning "weapon, army" or 冰 (bīng) "ice, iced", along with other character combinations that can form this name.
Áibmu m Sami
Either a Sami form of Aimo or taken from Sami áibmu "air".
Aibol m Kazakh
Derived from Kazakh ай (ay) meaning "moon" and бол (bol) meaning "to be, to occur".
Aibolat m Kazakh
From Kazakh ай (ay) meaning "moon" and болат (bolat) meaning "steel" (of Persian origin).
Aicart m Gascon
Gascon form of Ekkehard.
Aichiyo f & m Japanese (Rare)
Combination of Ai and Chiyo.... [more]
Aico m Medieval
A diminutive of any of various names whose prototheme is a derivative of Proto-Germanic *aiganą 'to own, to possess'.
Aid m Bosnian (Rare)
From Arabic عِيد (ʿīd) meaning "festival, holiday, feast".
Aidam m Scots
Scots form of Adam.
Aidamir m Circassian, Chechen
From Turkish ay meaning "moon, month" combined with demir "iron".
Aïdan m French
French form of Aidan.
Áidano m Portuguese
Portuguese form of Aidan.
Aidar m Kazakh
Variant transcription of Aydar.
Aidas m Lithuanian
Derived from Lithuanian aidas meaning "echo". A known bearer of this name is the Lithuanian retired soccer player Aidas Preikšaitis (b. 1970).
Aidean m English (Modern, Rare)
Variant of Aidan incorporating Dean.
Aidin m Persian
Iranian variant of Aydın.
Aidonas m Lithuanian (Modern)
Lithuanian adoption of Aidan.
Aidoneus m Greek Mythology
The first element of this name is probably derived from Greek αἰδώς (aidōs), which can mean "reverence, awe, respect" as well as "shame". Also compare Greek αἰδέομαι (aideomai) meaning "to be ashamed"... [more]
Aid-on-high m English (Puritan)
Referring to our aid coming from God.
Aidos m Kazakh
From Kazakh ай (ay) meaning "moon" and дос (dos) meaning "friend".
Aidrian m Irish
Irish form of Adrian.
Aidric m History (Ecclesiastical)
From the Germanic name Aldric. This was the name of a 9th-century saint.
Aidyn m Kazakh
Variant transcription of Aydyn.
Aifang f & m Chinese (Modern)
Combination of Ai 2 and Fang.
Aifen f & m Chinese (Modern)
Combination of Ai 2 and Fen 1.
Aigar m Estonian
Origin obscure, possibly a phonetic coinage (e.g., using the ai prefix sound found in Aivar; compare Aive). This was first recorded in the early 20th century... [more]
Aigars m Latvian
Masculine form of Aiga.
Aigeas m Ancient Greek
Probably derived from Greek αἰγίς (aigis) meaning "goatskin, fleece", but that can also refer to the shield of Zeus. Also compare Greek αἴγειος (aigeios) meaning "of a goat"... [more]
Áigesárri m Sami
Combination of Sami áige meaning "time" and a second element of unknown meaning.
Áigin m Sami
Possibly derived from Sami ái'ge "time".
Aiglanor m Ancient Greek
Derived from the Greek noun αἴγλη (aigle) meaning "light (of the sun or moon)" as well as "radiance" and "glory" (see Aegle) combined with the Greek noun ἀνήρ (aner) meaning "man".
Aignan m French (Rare), History (Ecclesiastical)
French form of Anianus. Saint Aignan (358–453) was Bishop of Orléans, France, and assisted Roman general Flavius Aetius in the defense of the city against Attila the Hun in 451.
Aigokeros m Greek Mythology, Astronomy
Epithet of the Greek god Pan meaning "goat-horned", derived from Greek αἴξ (aix) "goat" and κέρας (keras) "horn". This is also the Greek name for the astrological sign of Capricorn.
Aiguo m Chinese (Modern)
Modern Chinese name derived from 爱 (ài) meaning “love, affection” combined with 国 (guó) meaning “country, nation”.
Aigustas m Lithuanian (Rare)
Derived from the old Lithuanian verb aiti meaning "to go, to walk" combined with the old Lithuanian verb gusti meaning "to get used to, to inure, to accustom oneself" as well as "to learn"... [more]
Aihe m Finnish
From Finnish aihe meaning "subject", "topic", "theme".
Aihei m Japanese (Rare)
From Ai combined with 平 (hei) meaning "even, flat."... [more]
Aihiko m Japanese
From Japanese 愛 (ai) meaning "love, affection" combined with 彦 (hiko) meaning "boy, prince". Other kanji combinations are possible.
Aihito m Japanese
From Japanese 相 (ai) meaning "appearance, look" combined with 仁 (hito) meaning "benevolence". Other combinations of kanji characters can also form this name.
Aihong f & m Chinese (Modern, Rare)
Combination of Ai 2 and Hong.
Aiichi m Japanese
From Japanese 愛 (ai) meaning "love, affection" combined with 一 (ichi) meaning "one". Other kanji combinations are possible.
Aiichirō m Japanese
From Japanese 愛 (ai) meaning "love, affection", 一 (ichi) meaning "one" combined with 郎 (rou) meaning "son". Other kanji combinations are possible.... [more]
Aiichirou m Japanese
From Japanese 愛 (ai) meaning "love, affection", 一 (ichi) meaning "one" combined with 郎 (rou) meaning "son". Other combinations of kanji characters are also possible.
Aijalon m & f Biblical, English (American, Rare), African American (Rare)
From an Old Testament place name meaning "place of gazelles" in Hebrew (compare Ayala). Aijalon or Ajalon was the name of several biblical locations, including the valley in Dan where the Israelites defeated the Amorites while the sun and moon stood still in answer to their leader Joshua's prayer.
Aijin m & f Japanese
From Japanese 愛人 (aijin) meaning "lover". Other kanji or kanji combinations can form this name as well.
Aijiro m Japanese (Rare)
From Japanese 藍 (ai) meaning "indigo" or 愛 (ai) meaning "love, affection", and 二 (ji) meaning "two" or 次 (ji) meaning "next, second", and 郎 (ro) meaning "son"... [more]
Aijirou m Japanese (Rare)
Variant transcription of Aijiro.
Äijö m Finnish Mythology, Finnish (Rare)
A form of word äijä, old man. Also name variant for Ukko the god of the sky, weather, harvest and thunder in Finnish mythology.
Aika m & f Finnish
Means "time" in Finnish.
Aikamieli m & f Finnish (Rare)
Old Finnish name according to Kustaa Vilkuna (a Finnish ethnologist, linguist and historian).
Aikanáro m Literature
Means "fell fire". This is the Quenya form of Aegnor.
Aikeni m Hawaiian
Hawaiian form of Aidan.
Aiki m Japanese
From Japanese 藍 (ai) meaning "indigo" and 貴 (ki) meaning "precious, valuable, honor, esteem". Other kanji combinations are possible.
Aiko m West Frisian, German, East Frisian, Dutch (Rare)
Short form of names containing the Germanic name element ag or agil "edge (of a sword)", such as Ekkehard or Aai.
Ail m Sanskrit, Indian, Hinduism, Hindi
Means "plenty, abundance (of food or refreshments)" in Sanskrit.
Ailab m Sanskrit, Hinduism, Hindi, Indian
Means "noise, cry, roaring" in Sanskrit.
Ailan f & m Chinese
Combination of Ai 2 and Lan.
Ailbeart m Scottish Gaelic
Scottish Gaelic form of Albert.
Ailbern m Medieval English, Medieval German
Combination of unknown Germanic element ail and Germanic element bern meaning "bear."
Aildag m Medieval English, Medieval German
Combination of unknown German element ail and contested German element dag possibly meaning "brightness" or "day."
Ailean m Scottish Gaelic (Rare)
Scottish Gaelic form of Alan.
Ailerán m Medieval Irish, History (Ecclesiastical)
Borne by Ailerán the Wise, Irish scholar and saint.
Áilgheanán m Irish
Diminutive form of a personal name composed of old Celtic elements meaning "mild, noble person".
Ailig m Scottish Gaelic
Gaelic form of Alec.
Ailin f & m Chinese (Modern, Rare)
Combination of Ai 2 and Lin.
Áillon m Sami
Sami diminutive of Aslak.
Áillun m & f Sami
This name derives from the Old Norse name Áslæikr, composed of two elements: *ansuz (heathen god, áss, god) plus lėih (joke, amusement, exercise, sport, dance, magic, music, melody, song)... [more]
Ailo m Sami, Norwegian, Estonian, Finnish
Sami variant of Áilu.
Áilon m Sami
Variant of Áillon.
Áilu f & m Sami
Diminutive of Áillun.
Ailwi m Medieval English
Coalescence of several Old English names: Æðelwig "noble battle", Ealdwig "ancient battle", and Ælfwig "elf battle".
Ailymas m Ancient (Hellenized)
Name of a king of Libya in the 4th century BCE.
Aimable f & m French (Archaic)
French form of Amabilis.
Aimablle m Norman
Norman form of Amabilis.
Aimadeio m Aragonese (Rare)
Aragonese form of Amadeus.
Aimart m Provençal, Niçard
Niçard form of Haimhard.
Aimata m & f Tahitian
Combination of Tahitian ai "in possession of" and mata, derived from the word Matamua meaning "eldest sibling". This name was traditionally given to the firstborn child of a family.
Aimau m Aragonese
Aragonese form of Amado.
Aimeric m French, Lengadocian, Provençal, Gascon
French, Languedocian, Provençal and Gascon form of Emmerich.
Aimery m French (Archaic)
Variant of Aimeric. The Normans introduced this name to England.
Aimir m Albanian
Etymology is uncertain. One possibility is the Albanian ai meaning "that, that one", "he" and mirë meaning "good".
Aimo m Italian
Variant of Aimone.
Ai-mökö m Shor
Derived from Ай (ai) meaning "moon" and Мöкö (mökö) meaning "strong man".
Aimon m Lengadocian, Provençal
Languedocian and Provençal form of Haimo.
Aimone m Italian
Italian form of Haimo. This name was borne by Aimone, Duke of Aosta, an Italian royal who briefly reigned as King of Croatia during World War II.
Aimur m Estonian
Estonian form of Aimo.
Aimut m Amharic
Means "may he not die" in Amharic.
A-in f & m Korean
Combination of an a hanja, like 亞 meaning "next, second" or 妸 meaning "beautiful," and an in hanja, e.g. 仁 meaning "benevolent, kind, virtuous."
Ain m & f Astronomy, Arabic
Means "eye" in Arabic. This is the traditional name of the star Epsilon Tauri in the constellation Taurus.
Ainalrami m & f Astronomy
Nu¹ and Nu² Sagittarii (together designated Nu Sagittarii) bore the traditional name Ain al Rami (Ainalrami), which is from the Arabic عين الرامي ʽain al-rāmī meaning "eye of the archer".
Ainar m Estonian
Masculine form of Aina 1.
Ainar m & f Kazakh
As a masculine name, it means "male moon" and is derived from Kazakh ай (ay) meaning "moon" combined with Persian نر (nar) meaning "male, masculine" while as a feminine name, it means "fire moon" or "pomegranate moon" from Kazakh ай (ay) meaning "moon" combined with Arabic نَار (nār) meaning "fire, flame, light" or Persian نار (nâr) meaning "pomegranate" (or also, "fire"; see Ainara).
Ainars m Latvian
Variant of Ainārs.
Aindrias m Irish
Irish form of Andrew.
Aìne m Sardinian
Variant of Bainzu.
Ainéislis m Irish (Modern, Rare), Medieval Irish
Possibly means "careful, thoughtful" from the Irish negative prefix ain- combined with éislis "negligence, remissness".
Ainesidemos m Ancient Greek
The first element of this name is derived from Greek αἴνεσις (ainesis) "praise", which itself is ultimately derived from Greek αἴνη (ainē) meaning "praise, fame". The second element is derived from Greek δημος (demos) "the people", which thus gives this name the meaning of "praise of the people".
Ainis m Latvian, Lithuanian
Latvian masculine form of Aina and Lithuanian masculine form of Ainė.
Ainmire m Irish
Means "great lord". A king of Tara bore this name.
Ainose f & m Esan
Means "no one is greater than God" in Esan.
Ainosuke m Japanese
From Japanese 愛 (ai) meaning "love, affection", 之 (no), a possessive marker, combined with 輔 (suke) meaning "help". Other kanji combinations are possible.
Ainsly f & m English (Rare)
Variant of Ainsley.
Ainsworth m African
Transferred use of the surname Ainsworth.
Aintsoa m & f Malagasy
From the Malagasy aina meaning "life" and soa meaning "good".
Aio m & f Japanese
The kanji used for males is 愛 (ai) meaning "love, affection" combined with 夫 (o) meaning "man, husband", 男 (o) meaning "male" or 雄 (o) meaning "hero, manly" and for females the kanji is 愛 (ai) meaning "love, affection" combined with 緒 (o) meaning "thread"... [more]
Aio m Medieval Basque, Medieval Spanish
Possibly originated from the name of the Roman deity Aius. Documented for the first time in Roman era inscriptions in San Vicente de Alcántara (Badajoz), and in the 12th century in Iruña/Pamplona.
Aion m Greek Mythology
Aion comes from the Greek word "Αἰών" meaning century and is the circle encompassing the universe and zodiac. Aion is the god of eternity unlike Chronos (the god of time).
Aioro m Basque
Meaning unknown.
Áipaĸ m Greenlandic
Means "companion, husband" in Greenlandic.
Aipaloovik m Inuit Mythology
In Inuit mythology, Aipaloovik is an evil sea god associated with death and destruction.
Aiping f & m Chinese
From Chinese 爱 (ài) meaning "love, affection" combined with 萍 (píng) meaning "wander, travel, duckweed" or 平 (píng) meaning "level, even, peaceful"... [more]
Aiquem m Occitan
From Germanic aigan "to possess" and helm "protection".
Airam f & m Spanish (Latin American), Portuguese (Brazilian)
María (Spanish) or Maria (Portuguese) spelled backwards.
Airam m Spanish (Canarian)
Originating from Guanche, of uncertain meaning.
Airan f & m Japanese
Combination of Ai 1 or Ai 2 and Ran.
Airant m Romani (Archaic)
Romani form of Arnold via Arndt.
Airard m Medieval French, Anglo-Norman
Derived from the Germanic elements hari "army" and hard "brave, hardy". (Compare Erhard.)
Airas m Medieval Galician
Of uncertain origin and meaning.
Airat m Tatar, Bashkir
Variant transcription of Ayrat.
Airavata m Hinduism
Means "belonging to Iravati" in Sanskrit. This is the name of the elephant mount of Vishnu and the son of Iravati.
Airchibauld m Scots
Scots form of Archibald.
Airchie m Scots
Diminutive of Airchibauld.
Airen f & m Japanese
From Japanese 愛 (ai) meaning "love, affection" combined with 蓮 (ren) meaning "lotus". Other kanji combinations are possible.
Airet m Estonian (Rare)
Masculine form of Aire.
Airlangga m Javanese
Means "jumping water" or "crossing water", from Indonesian air meaning "water" combined with Sanskrit लङ्घन (langhana) meaning "passing over, jumping, crossing". This was the name of the only raja of the 11th century kingdom of Kahuripan in present-day East Java.
Airo m Estonian (Rare)
Masculine form of Aire.
Airou m Japanese
From Japanese 愛 (ai) meaning "love, affection" combined with 郎 (rou) meaning "son". Other kanji combinations are possible.... [more]
Airthur m Scots
Scots form of Arthur.
Aírton m Portuguese (Brazilian)
More commonly used variant of Ayrton.
Airu m & f Japanese
From Japanese 愛 (ai) meaning "love, affection", 阿 (a) meaning "flatter, fawn upon, corner, nook, recess", 哀 (ai) meaning "pathetic, grief, sorrow, pathos, pity, sympathize", 碧 (ai) meaning "blue, green" or 藍 (ai) meaning "indigo", 惟 (i) meaning "consider, reflect, think" combined with 流 (ru) meaning "current, a sink, flow, forfeit", 瑠 (ru) meaning "lapis lazuli", 琉 (ru) meaning "precious stone, gem, lapis lazuli", 屡 (ru) meaning "often, frequently", 入 (ru) meaning "enter, insert", 蕗 (ru) meaning "butterbur, bog rhubarb", 璃 (ru) meaning "glassy, lapis lazuli" or 留 (ru) meaning "detain, fasten, halt, stop"... [more]
Aisä m Tatar (Rare)
Means "Jesus" in Tatar language.
Aisake m Fijian, Polynesian
Means "he laughs" in Polynesian.
Aisbit m Scots
Reduced form of Archibald.
Aischines m Ancient Greek
Means "humble". Derived from the Ancient Greek word αἶσχος (aischos) "shame, timidity, disgrace".
Aish m Sanskrit, Hinduism, Indian, Hindi, Tamil, Telugu, Kannada, Malayalam, Bengali, Punjabi, Nepali, Sinhalese, Gujarati
Means "divine, supreme, regal" in Sanskrit.
Aishender m Scots
Scots form of Alexander.
Aishils m Latvian
Latvian form of Aeschylus.
Aishufen f & m Chinese (Modern, Rare)
Combination of Ai 2 and Shufen.
Aisi m Tongan, English (Australian)
Means "ice" in Tongan.
Aisien m Yakut
Variant form of Aiyy Sien.
Aisja m Tatar
A variant of the Tatar name ”Aisä” (Mishar Tatar) and ”Ğäisä” (Kazan Tatar). This version has been used in Finland, among the small community of Tatars... [more]
Aisley f & m English
Variant of Isley.
Aïssa m Arabic (Maghrebi)
Form of Isa 1 used in Northern Africa and other French-influenced regions of the continent.
Aistan m Medieval English
Possibly from the gothic verb áistan "to reverence."
Aistis m Lithuanian
Derived from Aisčiai, which is the Lithuanian name for the Aesti, a Baltic tribe (or people) that was first described by the Roman historian Tacitus (born c. 56 AD, died c. 120 AD) in his treatise Germania... [more]
Aistulf m Ancient Germanic (Lombardic)
Variant of Haistulf. Aistulf was the name of an 8th-century king of the Lombards.
Aisuke m Japanese
From Japanese 愛 (ai) meaning "love, affection" combined with 輔 (suke) meaning "help". Other kanji combinations are possible.
Aisultan m Kazakh (Rare)
Derived from Kazakh ай (ay) meaning "moon" combined with Arabic سُلْطَان (sulṭān) meaning "sultan, king" (see Sultan).
Aisun f & m Azerbaijani
Variant transcription of Aysun.
Aisvydas m Lithuanian (Rare)
Derived from the old Lithuanian verb aiti meaning "to go, to walk" combined with Baltic vyd meaning "to see" (see Vytautas). Also compare other names that end in -vydas, such as Alvydas and Tautvydas.
Aiswaran m Indian, Hinduism
Means "belongs to the lord; lordly".
Aisy m & f Indonesian, Malaysian
Possibly a diminutive of Aisyah or Quraisy
Aita m Etruscan Mythology
The Etruscan god of the underworld. He is identical with the Greek Hades and the Roman god Pluto.
Aita m Medieval Basque
Derived from Basque aita "father". It appears in this spelling as a given name in the 10th-11th centuries.
Aital m Polish (Archaic)
This is the name of a Christian saint, most likely from a Persian source meaning "light; bright." The name was borne by the Polish mayor of Sanok Aital Witoszyński (1898-1905).
Aitan m Hebrew
Hebrew boys name meaning "strong"
Aitano m Neapolitan
Neapolitan form of Gaetan.
Aitard m Anglo-Norman, Medieval French
The first element of this name may be Old High German eit meaning "fire; brilliant". The second element is Old Saxon hard "strong, hard" (Old High German hart).
Aithalides m Greek Mythology
Means "son of Aithalos" in Greek, derived from the name Aithalos combined with the patronymic suffix ἴδης (ides).
Aithalion m Greek Mythology
Derived from Greek αἰθαλίων (aithalion) meaning "swarthy, dusky".... [more]
Aithalos m Greek Mythology
Derived from either the Greek noun αἴθαλος (aithalos) meaning "thick smoke, smoky flame" or the Greek noun αἰθάλη (aithale) meaning "soot". Also compare the Greek adjective αἰθαλέος (aithaleos) meaning "smoky"... [more]
Aithel m Antillean Creole (Rare)
Possibly a variant of Eithel.
Aither m Greek Mythology
Derived from the Greek noun αἰθήρ (aither) meaning "ether, heaven", which is ultimately derived from the Greek verb αἴθω (aitho) meaning "to ignite, to light (up), to kindle, to burn" (see Aithon).
Aithion m Greek Mythology
Diminutive form of Aithon, as this name contains the Greek diminutive suffix -ιων (-ion).
Aithon m Greek Mythology
Derived from Greek αἴθων (aithon), which can be an adjective meaning "fiery, burning" as well as be a noun meaning "fire, burning heat".... [more]
Aition m Ancient Greek, Greek Mythology
Derived from the Greek adjective αἴτιος (aitios) meaning "responsible" as well as "culpable, guilty, blameworthy", which is ultimately derived from the Greek noun αἰτία (aitia) meaning "responsibility" as well as "guilt, blame, accusation"... [more]
Aitmukhambet m Kazakh (Rare)
Combination of Kazakh айт (ayt) meaning "holiday, festival, feast" (also referring to Eid, a Muslim festival), ultimately of Arabic origin, and the given name Mukhambet.
Aitmukhamet m Kazakh (Rare)
Variant transcription of Aitmukhambet.
Aito m & f Japanese
Means "affection" in Japanese.
Aito m Finnish (Rare)
From Finnish aito meaning "true, authentic".
Aitoarii m Tahitian
From the Tahitian aito meaning "warrior" and ari'i meaning "noble".
Aiton m Ligurian
Ligurian form of Anthony.
Aitonui m Tahitian
From the Tahitian aito meaning "warrior" and nui, an archaic term meaning "big".
Aitòre m Medieval Occitan
Occitan form of Adjutor.
Aitzol m Basque
Used by the Basque writer and Catholic priest José de Ariztimuño Olaso (1896-1936), who was killed by the Fascists in the Spanish Civil War. Aitzol was a pseudonym possibly taken from letters in his surname, (A)r(iz)timuño (Ol)aso; or perhaps Aitzol came from the hypothetical Basque place name h(aitz ol)a meaning "quarry, stonemason's workshop" from the words haitz "rock, stone" and ola "workplace, factory".
Aiulf m Medieval Italian, Medieval English, Ancient Germanic
A Germanic name formed from the name elements AGIN "edge (of a sword)" and WULF "wolf".
Aivaras m Lithuanian
Lithuanian form of the Scandinavian name Ivar, which is ultimately derived from the Old Norse name Ívarr (see Ivor).
Aivis m Latvian
Of unknown origin and meaning. Theories include a variant of Aivars and a masculine form of Aiva.
Aivo m Estonian
Originally a short form of Aivar, now used as a given name in its own right.
Aiwareiks m Ancient Germanic (Gothic)
Derived from the Germanic elements aiws "eternity" and reiks "ruler".
Aiy Siene m Yakut (Rare)
Means "descendant of Aiyy", referring to the Aiyy deities in Yakut mythology.
Aiyun f & m Chinese (Modern)
Combination of the names Ai 2 and Yun
Aiyy m Yakut
Variant of Aiyy.
Aiyy Sien m Yakut (Rare)
Means "grandson of Aiyy" from Yakut сиэн (sien) meaning "grandson" combined with the name of the Yakut Aiyy deities.
Aizan f & m Chinese (Modern)
Combination of Ai 2 and Zan.
Aizat f & m Kazakh, Kyrgyz, Tatar
Derived from Kazakh aй (ay) meaning "moon" and Persian زاده (zâde) "offspring, child". It is a feminine and masculine name in Kazakhstan, solely feminine in Kyrgyzstan, and solely masculine in Tatarstan.
Aizat m Malay
Probably from Arabic عايز (ʿāyiz) meaning "want, need".
Aizatullah m Kazakh
Translates roughly to "divine offspring of the moon". Derived from the Kazakh word ay, meaning "moon", the Kazakh and Persian word zâde meaning "offspring", and the Kazakh and Arabic suffix -ullah, meaning "Allah (God)".
Aj m Croatian (Rare)
Croatian form of Ay.
Aja m & f Indian
From Sanskrit अज (aja) or अजा (ajā), respectively the masculine and feminine word for "goat".
Ajaaja f & m Greenlandic
Greenlandic younger form of Ajâja.
Ajád m Hungarian
Means "little mouth" in old hungarian.
Ajah m Biblical Hebrew
In Genesis 36:24 and 1 Chronicles 1:40, Ajah is a son of Zibeon. Ajah means "hawk.
Ajah m & f Bandial
Means "the clever one" in Bandial.
Ajahni m & f African American
Variant of Ajani.
Ajai m Indian, Hindi, Tamil
Variant transcription of Ajay.
Ajâja f & m Greenlandic
Greenlandic pet form of Aja, from a combination of Aja and the diminutive suffix -aaja, a Greenlandic affix used for and by children or a Greenlandic variant form of Ajajak.
Âjakorssuaĸ m Greenlandic
Meaning unknown.
Ajaks m Polish
Polish form of Ajax.
Ajaksas m Lithuanian
Lithuanian form of Ajax.
Ajalon f & m Biblical, Biblical Latin, English (American, Rare)
Variant of Aijalon occurring in some translations of the Old Testament.
Ajaŋa m Jola
Means "girl" in Jola-Fonyi.
Ajándok m Hungarian
Masculine form of Ajándék, meaning "gift, present".
Ajani m & f Jamaican Patois, Yoruba
Means "one (we) fought to have" in Yoruba.
Ajar m Kurdish
Derived from Kurdish ajda meaning "sprout, shoot".
Ájax m Portuguese (Rare)
Portuguese form of Ajax.
Ajay m English (African, Modern)
Phonetic spelling of the initials A and J.... [more]
Ajaz m Albanian
Albanian form of Ayaz.
Ajbit m Mayan Mythology
One of the thirteen Mayan gods who created human beings. Ajbit assisted in the actual construction work.
Ajhr m Kalmyk
From the Kalmyk ажрЬ (ajr) meaning "stallion".
Aji m Indonesian
Indonesian form of Haji.