Submitted Names Starting with A

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ALYSANNE f American (Rare)
Variant of Alison or a combination of Alys and Anne.
ALYSHIA f English
Variant of Alicia.
ALYSS f English
Variant of Alice.
ALYSSUM f English
From the flower Alyssum. Nickname: LYSSA.
ALYSSYA f English
Variant of Alicia.
ALYSYN f English
Variant of Alison.
ALYUKKA m Chuvash
Chuvash form of Aleksei.
ALYXA f English
Variant of Alexa.
ALYZZA f Filipino
Tagalog
ALZENA f Indonesian (Rare), South African (Rare)
Possibly derived from Arabic النِسَاء‎ (an-nisāʾ) meaning "the woman".
ALZINA f French (Rare, Archaic)
From the Catalan word alzina, meaning "holm oak".
ALZIRA f Portuguese (Rare), Portuguese (Brazilian), Theatre
Latinate form of Alzire. This name was used in Verdi's opera Alzira (1845). It coincides with the name of a Spanish town.
ALZIRE f Theatre, Literature
Used by Voltaire for the heroine of his tragic play 'Alzire, ou les Américains' (1736), about a young indigenous Peruvian woman, daughter of a powerful chief. The heroine is named Alzira in Verdi's opera based on the play... [more]
ÁMA f Ancient Scandinavian, Greenlandic, Norse Mythology
Feminine form of Ámr or a Greenlandic form of Amma. In Norse mythology this is the name of a giantess.
AMA f Basque
Derived from Basque ama meaning "mother".
AMA f & m Japanese
From Japanese 天 (ama) meaning "heaven, sky" or other kanji which are pronounced the same way.
AMAALI f Finnish (Modern, Rare), Estonian (Modern, Rare)
Estonian and Finnish variant form of Amalia or Amelie.
AMAAN m Arabic
meaning "The most lovelable"
AMAARTIVAT f & m Greenlandic
Greenlandic younger form of Amârtivat.
AMÁBEL f Hungarian (Rare)
Hungarian form of Amabel.
AMABELL f English
Variant of Amabel or possibly Annabel.
AMABELLA f English (Rare)
Elaboration of Amabel or variant of Amabilia, used by Neil Gaiman for a character (one of the ghosts) in his children's novel 'The Graveyard Book' (2010).
AMABELLE f Literature
Variant of Amabel influenced by French (i.e., with a French feminine name suffix). Used by Haitian-born author Edwidge Danticat for a character in the historical novel 'The Farming of Bones' (1998); the book chronicles a young Haitian girl named Amabelle Desir's 1937 escape from the Dominican Republic following the Parsley Massacre and the spread of antihaitianismo.
AMÁBILE f Portuguese
Portuguese form of Amabel.
AMABILE m & f Italian (Rare), French (Rare), Walloon (Rare), Dutch (Rare)
Italian form of Amabilis and also rare French form of Amabilis. The name is unisex in Italy and strictly feminine in the francophone world. Also compare Amable.
AMACI m Medieval Occitan
Occitan form of Eumachius.
AMAD m & f Arabic
Means "period (of time)" in Arabic.
AMADAHY f Cherokee
Means "forest water" from Cherokee a ma "water" and a do hi i na ge "forest" or a da "wood".
AMADE f Basque (Modern, Rare)
Coined by Sabino Arana Goiri and Koldo Elizalde as a Basque equivalent of Amadea and Amada.
AMADEA f Late Roman, German, Italian, Hungarian
Late Roman and German feminine form of Amadeus, Italian feminine form of Amadeo and Hungarian feminine form of Amadeusz.
AMADEI m Russian
Variant transcription of Amadey.
AMADEJA f Slovene, Croatian (Rare)
Slovenian and Croatian form of Amedea.
AMADELINE f ? (Modern, Rare)
Possibly a blend of Amanda and Madeline.
AMADEU m Occitan, Catalan
Catalan and Occitan form of Amadeus.
AMADEUSZ m Polish, Hungarian
Polish and Hungarian form of Amadeus.
AMADEY m Russian, Ukrainian
Russian and Ukrainian form of Amadeus.
AMADH f Jewish, Judeo-Spanish
Judeo-Spanish name. Could come from Amada or be an Arabic name integrated into the language.
AMADIAS m Ancient Roman
Roman form of Amadeus.
AMADIKA f African
Is of African-Rhodesia origin and means "to be beloved".
AMADINA f Medieval Occitan, Gascon (Archaic)
Medieval Gascon diminutive of Amada.
AMADIO m Jewish, Judeo-Spanish
Judeo-Spanish form of Amadeo.
AMADIOHA m Igbo, African Mythology
Means "man of the people" in Igbo. He is the Igbo god of thunder and lightning.
AMADIS m Literature
Old Spanish form of Amadeus. In medieval legend Amadis of Gaul was a knight-errant who married the princess Oriana. The character was a precursor to Don Quixote.
AMADORA f Italian (Rare), Spanish (Rare), Portuguese (Rare)
Feminine form of Amadore (Italian) and Amador (Spanish and Portuguese).
AMADORE m Medieval Italian
Medieval Italian form of Amator. The modern form of the name is Amatore.
AMADOUR m French
French form of Amator.
AMA-EDOHI m Cherokee
Meaning, "water goer."
AMAEL m Judeo-Christian Legend
Amael is an angel of hope and a principality who resides on the third heaven. He is the ruling angel of Venus. Amael is a name likened to that of Haniel, an angel who has as many aspects as variant forms of his name.
AMAETHON m Welsh Mythology, Arthurian Romance
Derived from the Brittonic name *Ambaχtonos meaning "divine ploughman" or "ploughman-god". This was the name of the Welsh god of agriculture. In the late 11th-century legend of Culhwch and Olwen, Amathaon appeared as an Arthurian warrior; "as one of his tasks, Culhwch had to convince Amathaon to plow the lands of the giant Ysbaddaden."
AMAGOIA f Basque, Literature
Of unknown origin and meaning.... [more]
AMAGUQ m Inuit Mythology
According to Inuit mythology Amaguq is a trickster and wolf god.
AMAHA f Japanese
From Japanese 天 (ama) meaning "heaven, sky" or 雨 (ama) meaning "rain" combined with 羽 (ha) meaning "feather" or 菜 (ha) meaning "vegetables, greens". Other kanji combinations are possible.
AMAHI f Japanese
From Japanese 天 (ama) meaning "heaven, sky" combined with 日 (hi) meaning "sun, day". Other combinations of kanji characters are also possible.
AMAHIKO m Japanese
From Japanese 海 (ama) meaning "sea, ocean" combined with 彦 (hiko) meaning "boy, prince". Other kanji combinations are possible.
AMAHITO m Japanese
From Japanese 亜 (ama) meaning "second, Asia" combined with 人 (hito) meaning "person". Other kanji combinations are possible.
AMAI f Japanese
From Japanese 亜 (a) meaning "second, Asia" combined with 舞 (mai) meaning "dance". Other kanji combinations are possible.
AMAÏDÉE f Literature (Rare)
Feminine form of Amédée. Used in 'Amaïdée' (1889), a poem by the French author Jules Barbey d'Aurévilly.
AMAIRA f Indian, Hindi, Arabic, American (Hispanic)
Variant transcription Amirah.
AMAIRANI f Spanish (Latin American)
Possibly an elaboration of Amara.
AMAITARI m Ijaw
Means "the town loves me" in Ijaw.
AMAKA f Japanese
From Japanese 天 (ama) meaning "heavens, sky" combined with 馨 (ka) meaning "fragrance". Other kanji combinations are possible.
AMAKAI f & m Western African
Meaning unknown.
AMAKAMA m Ijaw
Means "feast for the town" in Ijaw.
AMAKEDI m Ijaw
Means "look upon the town" in Ijaw.
AMAKO f Japanese
From Japanese 天 (ama) meaning "heavens, sky" combined with 子 (ko) meaning "child". Other kanji combinations are possible.
AMAKU m & f Efik
Of Eniong Origin
AMALABERGA f Dutch, German
Form of Amalberga. Amalaberga was a daughter of Theodemir, king of the Ostrogoths in the 5th century AD.
AMALAFRÈDE f French
French form of Amalafrida.
AMALAFRID m Ancient Germanic
Variant spelling of Amalfrid. Through his mother Amalaberga, Amalafrid was a great-grandson of Theodemir, king of the Ostrogoths (in the 5th century AD).
AMALAFRIDA f Ancient Germanic, History
Variant of Amalfrida. Amalafrida was a daughter of Theodemir, king of the Ostrogoths in the 5th century AD.
AMALARICH m German
German form of Amalaric.
AMALARICO m Italian, Spanish, Portuguese
Italian, Spanish and Portuguese form of Amalaric.
AMALARYK m Polish
Polish form of Amalaric.
AMALASUNTA f Italian
Italian form of Amalasuintha.
AMALASWINTHA f Ancient Germanic, Dutch, History
Derived from the Germanic elements amal "work" and Gothic svinths (swind in Old High German) "strength." This name was borne by a daughter of Theodoric the Great, who became queen of the Ostrogoths after his death in 526 AD.
AMALBERGE f French
French form of Amalberg.
AMALBURG f Ancient Germanic
The first element of this name is derived from the Germanic element amal "work." The second element is derived from Gothic bairgan (bergan in Old High German) "to keep, to save, to preserve", or from Old High German burg "fortress."
AMALE f Basque (Rare)
Basque form of Amalia.
AMALEE f English
Variant of Amalie.
AMALEKI m Mormon
Possibly based on the biblical name Amalek. This belongs to two characters in the Book of Mormon, including a Nephite record keeper who wrote 18 verses of the Book of Omni.
AMALFRID m Ancient Germanic
Means "peaceful work", derived from the Germanic element amal "work" combined with Old High German fridu "peace."
AMALFRIEDA f Dutch, German
Dutch and German form of Amalfrida.
AMALGAR m Medieval English
Combination of elements amal and gar "spear."
AMALGILD f Ancient Germanic
Derived from the Germanic element amal "work" combined with Gothic gild "sacrifice."
AMALGIS m Ancient Germanic
The first element of this Germanic name comes from amal "work." The meaning and origin of the second element is rather uncertain: we know that it comes from gis (the original form was possibly gîs), but we don't exactly know where gis itself comes from... [more]
AMALGUND f Ancient Germanic
Derived from the Germanic element amal "work" combined with Old High German gund "war."
AMALHARD m Ancient Germanic
Derived from the Germanic element amal "work" combined with Gothic hardus (hart in Old High German) "brave, hardy."
AMALHILD f Ancient Germanic
Derived from the Germanic element amal "work" combined with Old Norse hildr "battle."
AMALI f Arabic
From Arabic أملي ('amali) "my hope".
ÁMÂLIA f Greenlandic
Greenlandic form of Amalia.
AMÂLIA f Greenlandic
Greenlandic younger form of Amalia.
AMALÍA f Icelandic
Icelandic form of Amalia.
AMALICKIAH m Mormon
Nephite traitor who becomes king of the Lamanites and wars with Nephites - killed by Teancum (c. 70 BC).
AMALIEL m Faroese
Uncertain origin and meaning, maybe Faroese male form of Amalie.
AMALIIA f Finnish (Rare)
Finnish variant of Amalia.
AMĀLIJA f Latvian (Rare)
Latvian form of Amalia.
AMALIYA f Russian, Ukrainian, Azerbaijani, Bulgarian (Rare)
Russian, Bulgarian, Azerbaijani and Ukrainian form of Amelia.
AMALJA f Faroese
Faroese variant of Amalia.
AMALOY f Uzbek
Derived from the Uzbek amal meaning "influence, bewitch, charm" or the Arabic name Amal with oy meaning "moon".
AMALRAD m Ancient Germanic
Derived from the Germanic element amal "work" combined with Old High German rât "counsel."
AMALRICH m German
German form of Amalric.
AMALRIK m Dutch
Dutch form of Amalric.
AMALTEA f Catalan (Rare), Italian (Rare), Spanish (Rare)
Catalan, Italian and Spanish form of Amalthea.
AMALTHÉE f French
French form of Amalthea.
AMALTRUD f Ancient Germanic
Derived from the Germanic element amal "work" combined with þruþ "strength."
AMALU m Berber
Means "shadow" in Tamazight.
AMALUR f Basque, Basque Mythology
Combination of Basque ama "mother" and Lur.
AMALWIN m Ancient Germanic
Derived from the Germanic element amal "work" combined with Old High German wini "friend."
AMALY f English
Variant of Amelie or Amali.
AMALYA f Yiddish, Hebrew
Means "labour of Yahweh" in Hebrew. This name could also be used as a Yiddish feminine form of Amal.
AMAMAH f Arabic, Muslim
Amamah is a name originate from the Qua'ranic verse 33:72 referring to the trust God placed in mankind.
AMAMBÁI f Guarani
Means "fern" in Guarani.
AMAME f Japanese
From Japanese a (愛) meaning "love", ma (珠) meaning "pearl", and me (海) meaning "sea". Other kanji combinations are possible.
AMAMI f Japanese
Means "beautiful sky" in Japanese.
AMAN m & f Indian, Punjabi, Hindi
Means "peace, tranquility" in Hindi and Punjabi, ultimately from Arabic أَمْن‎ (ʾamn).
AMAN f Arabic
It's an Arabic name which means "The feeling of safety and peace". Although the word is used constantly in everyday speech, using it as a name is not that common.
AMAN m Tigrinya
Means "handsome" in Tigrinya.
AMAN m Turkmen
Short form of Amangeldi.
AMAN m Yakut
Means "healthy, strong, hearty".
AMANA f Japanese
From Japanese 雨 (ama) meaning "rain" combined with 菜 (na) meaning "vegetables, greens". Other kanji combinations are possible.
AMANAT f Chechen
Derived from Arabic أَمَان (ʾamān) meaning "security, safety, peace".
AMANC m Kurdish
Derived from Kurdish amanc meaning "target, aim".
AMANÇ m Medieval Occitan
Occitan form of Amantius.
AMANCAY f Quechua, Native American, Spanish (Latin American)
From the Quechua amánkay which is the name of a yellow lily with red streaks native to South America. By extension, the word also means "yellow".
AMANCE f & m French (Rare)
French feminine and masculine form of Amantius.
AMANCHUU f Far Eastern Mythology
Okinawan reading of Amamikyu, the traditional creator goddess of the Ryukyu Islands. Her name is derived from 阿 (a) meaning "a", 摩 (ma) meaning "to rub, chafe", 美 (mi) meaning "beauty" and 久 (yu) meaning "long time"... [more]
AMANCIA f Spanish (Rare), Galician (Rare)
Spanish and Galician feminine form of Amantius.
AMÁNDÁ f Sami
Sami form of Amanda.
AMANDIANUS m Late Roman
Roman cognomen which was derived from Amandus.
AMANDLA m & f Popular Culture (?), African
Xhosa and Zulu word meaning "power". Mandla, which is derived from "amandla", is also a common first name in South Africa. Amandla Stenberg is an American teen actress, and her mother chose the name after being inspired by Miles Davis' 1989 album "Amandla".
AMANE f Basque (Rare)
Derived from Basque ama, "mother", combined with -ne, a feminine suffix.
AMANE m & f Japanese
From Japanese 亜 (a, ama) meaning "second, Asia", 愛 (a, ama) meaning "love, affection", 雨 (ama) meaning "rain", 海 (amane, ama) meaning "sea, ocean", 吾 (a) meaning "I, my, our, one's own", 周 (amane, ama) meaning "circumference, circuit, lap", 星 (ama) meaning "star", 天 (amane, ama) meaning "heavens, sky, imperial", 普 (amane) meaning "universal, wide(ly), generally", 遍 (amane) meaning "everywhere, times, widely, generally", 弥 (amane) meaning "all the more, increasingly" or 和 (amane) meaning "harmony, Japanese style, peace, soften, Japan", 真 (ma) meaning "true, reality", 麻 (ma) meaning "hemp, flax, numb", 万 (ma) meaning "ten thousand", 満 (ma) meaning "full, fullness, enough, satisfy", 茉 (ma) meaning "jasmine" or 舞 (ma) meaning "dance" combined with 音 (ne) meaning "sound", 弥 (ne) meaning "all the more, increasingly", 峰 (ne) meaning "summit, peak", 寧 (ne) meaning "rather, preferably, peaceful, quiet, tranquility", 嶺 (ne) meaning "peak, summit", 韻 (ne) meaning "rhyme, elegance, tone", 希 (ne) meaning "hope, beg, request, pray, beseech, Greece, dilute (acid), rare, few, phenomenal", 羽 (ne) meaning "feathers", 使 (ne) meaning "use, send on a mission, order, messenger, envoy, ambassador, cause" or 望 (ne) meaning "ambition, full moon, hope, desire, aspire to, expect"... [more]
AMANECER f Spanish
Means "dawn" in Spanish.
AMANEVA f Gascon
Feminine form of Amaniu.
AMANGELDI m Kazakh
Means "safety came", derived from Arabic أَمَان (ʾamān) meaning "security, safety" combined with Kazakh келу (kelw) "to come". A famous bearer was Amangeldi Imanov (1873-1919), a Kazakh revolutionary and national hero.
AMANGELDY m Kazakh, Kyrgyz
Variant transcription of Amangeldi.
AMANGUL f Kazakh (Rare), Uyghur (Rare), Turkmen (Rare)
From Arabic أَمَان (ʾamān) meaning "security, safety" combined with Kazakh гүл (gül) and Uyghur گۈل (gül) both meaning "flower".
AMANI f Tigrinya
Means "faith" in Tigrinya.
AMANIU m Gascon
Gascon form of Emmanuel.
AMANJEEVAN m Indian (Sikh)
Means "one who lives a peaceful life".
AMANK’AY f Aymara
Derived from Aymara amankaya meaning "lily".
AMANO f Japanese
From Japanese 雨 (ama) meaning "rain" combined with 乃 (no), a possessive particle. Other combinations of kanji characters can also form this name.
AMANODIN m Maranao
Maranao form of Amanuddin.
AMANOZAKO f Japanese Mythology
The furious and monsterous goddess born from Susanoo's pent up rage. Her name means "heaven opposing everything".
AMANPREET f & m Indian (Sikh), Punjabi
Variant transcription of Amanprit.
AMANTA f Chechen
Derived from Arabic أَمَان (ʾamān) meaning "security, safety, peace".
AMANTAY m Kazakh
From Arabic أَمَان (ʾamān) meaning "safety, shelter, protection" and Kazakh тай (tay) meaning "foal, colt".
AMANTHA f English (Rare)
Possibly a truncated from of Samantha.
AMANTIA f Late Roman
Feminine form of Amantius.
AMANTIA f Albanian
Name of old city south Albania close to Vlore
AMANTINE f French (Rare)
Possibly from Latin Amantius, meaning “lovable.” This was the name of a French novelist, Amantine Lucile Aurore Dupin, who wrote under the pseudonym George Sand. She and composer Frederic Francois Chopin were lovers for a time.
AMANULLAH m Arabic
Derived from Arabic aman "trust, security" combined with Allah "God".
AMANYIRE f & m Eastern African, Nyoro, Tooro, Nkore, Kiga
Means "God knows" in Nyoro, Tooro, Nkore, and Kiga.
AMANZA f Corsican
Corsican form of Amance.
AMANZI m & f ? (Rare)
Meaning water, cool and go’s with the flow like a wave
AMANZIA f Italian (Rare)
Italian form of Amantia.
AMANZIO m Italian
Italian form of Amantius.
AMAPOLA f Spanish
Amapola is the name by which plants of the genus Papaver Hroeas are known, that is the poppies. One type of poppy to Papave Sonipherum is the plant with which makes up the opium and morphine, because its elements have hallucinogenic and anesthetic power... [more]
AMAQJUAQ m Inuit, Popular Culture
Means "the strong one" in Inuit. It is the name of a character in 'Atanarjuat: The Fast Runner'.
AMAR m Mongolian
Means "rest, bliss, peace" or "simple, easy" in Mongolian.
AMARA f Thai
Derived from Sanskrit अमर (amara) meaning "undying, immortal".
AMARA f English, Sanskrit
Feminine form of Amar.
AMARA f Japanese
From Japanese 天 (ama) meaning "heavens, sky" combined with 笑 (ra) meaning "to laugh, to smile". Other combinations of kanji characters can also form this name.... [more]
AMARACHUKWU f Nigerian, Igbo
Means "God's grace" in Igbo. (See Amara and Chukwu).
AMARALINA f Portuguese (Brazilian)
Feminine name with the combination of Amara and the suffix lina.
AMARANT f Hungarian
Variant form of Amaranta.
AMARANTH f English
From the name of the amaranth flower, which is derived from Greek αμαραντος (amarantos) meaning "unfading".
AMARANTHINE f English, French
Diminutive or elaboration of Amarantha.
AMARANTO m Spanish, Italian
Spanish and Italian masculine form of Amarantha.
AMARANTOS m Ancient Greek
Derived from Greek αμαραντος (amarantos) meaning "unfading" (see also Amarantha).
AMARANTUS m Ancient Greek (Latinized)
Latinized form of Amarantos. A known bearer was Amarantus of Alexandria, an ancient Greek writer from the 1st century BC.
AMARBOLD m Mongolian
From Mongolian амар (amar) meaning "rest, bliss, peace" combined with болд (bold) "steel".
AMARE m & f African American (Modern)
Variant of Amari. Spelling may have influence from the Latin word amāre, meaning "to love".
AMAREĸ m Greenlandic
Greenlandic variant of Amaroĸ.
AMAREQ m Greenlandic
Greenlandic younger form of Amareĸ.
AMARGEIN m Irish (Archaic)
Meaning "born of poetry" relating to the modern Irish word amhrán meaning song. Was the name of ancient poet, Amargein Glúingel, who wrote the Song of Amargein and the foster of father of the hero Cú Chulainn, Amargein mac Eccit.
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.
AMARI f Japanese
From Japanese 亜 (a) meaning "second, Asia", 真 (ma) meaning "true, reality" combined with 利 (ri) meaning "profit, benefit". Other kanji combinations are possible.... [more]
AMARIË f Literature
The name of an Elf in the Silmarilion.
AMARILLA f Hungarian (Rare)
Hungarian form of Amaryllis, derived from Hungarian amarillisz "amaryllis".
AMARILLY f English
Diminutive of Amaryllis.
AMARIN m & f Thai
Derived from Sanskrit अमर (amara) meaning "undying, immortal" combined with the name of the god Indra. This is a Thai Buddhist epithet for Indra.
AMARINCEO m Italian, Spanish
Italian and Spanish form of Amarynceus.
AMARINCEU m Portuguese
Portuguese form of Amarynceus.
AMARINKEY m Russian
Russian form of Amarynceus.
AMARINS f West Frisian
West Frisian form of Emerentia. Also compare Emerens.
AMARION m African American (Modern)
Probably from Amari with the popular suffix ion attached.
AMARIS f Spanish (Latin American), English (Modern)
Amaris is a modern Latin American elaboration of the Spanish name Amara, a feminine form of Amaro. Amaro comes from the Latin word amarus, meaning "bitter". Amaris coincides with the Latin word amaris, which means "you are loved"... [more]
AMARIS f Hebrew
Hebrew feminine form of Amariah.
AMARISA f English (Modern)
Variant of Marisa, influenced by the name Amara.
AMARISE f English (Modern)
Variant of Marise, influenced by the spelling of Amara.
AMARITA f Basque (Rare)
From the name of a town in the Basque region of Spain.
AMARJARGAL f & m Mongolian
Derived from Mongolian амар (amar) meaning "bliss, peace, comfort" and жаргал (zhargal) "happiness, joy".
AMARKHÜÜ m Mongolian
Derived from амар (amar) meaning "rest, ease, comfort" and хүү (khüü) meaning "son, boy".
AMARMEND m & f Mongolian
Derived from амар (amar) meaning "rest, ease, comfort" and мэнд (mend) meaning "greeting".
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]
AMAROK m Inuit Mythology
Amarok is the name of a giant wolf in Inuit mythology. It will hunt down and devour anyone foolish enough to hunt alone at night. It is sometimes considered equivalent to the waheela of cryptozoology.
AMARON m Mormon
Son of Omni, Nephite record keeper.
AMAROQ m Greenlandic
Greenlandic younger form of Amaroĸ.
AMARPREET f Indian (Sikh)
Means "immortal love."
AMARSANAA m Mongolian
Derived from Mongolian амар (amar) meaning "bliss, peace" or "simple, easy" combined with санаа (sanaa) meaning "thought".
AMARTAIVAN m & f Mongolian
Derived from амар (amar) meaning "rest, ease, comfort" and тайван (taivan) meaning "peace, tranquility".
AMÂRTIVAT f & m Greenlandic
Meaning unknown.
AMARTYA m Indian, Bengali (Hindu)
Means "immortal, deathless", from Sanskrit अ (a) meaning "not" and मृत (mṛtá) "dead". It is etymologically related to Amrit.
AMARUQ m & f Inuit
Inuit meaning "grey wolf."
AMARYN f Sanskrit
Feminine form of Amar (1).
AMARYNCÉE m French
French form of Amarynceus.
AMARYNCEUS m Greek Mythology (Latinized)
Latinized form of Greek Ἀμαρυγκεύς (Amarynkeus), though technically Amarygkeus is the correct spelling (compare Lynceus in that regard). The name is derived from Greek ἀμαρυγή (amarygē) meaning "sparkling, twinkling, glancing", which is ultimately derived from the Greek verb ἀμαρύσσω (amaryssō) meaning "to sparkle, to twinkle, to glance" (see Amaryllis)... [more]
AMARYSIA f Greek Mythology
An epithet or title of the Greek goddess Artemis meaning "of Amarynthus", Amarynthus being a town in Euboea (according to Stephanus of Byzantium, Euboea itself). The place name may be related to the Greek personal name Amarantos (see Amarantha)... [more]
AMASA m Biblical
Means "burden" in Hebrew. In the Old Testament, Amasa was a son of Haldai, and a nephew of King David who was murdered by his cousin Joab.
AMASAI m Hebrew, Biblical
Means "strong" or "burden bearer".