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ABDUS SALAM m Arabic, Bengali, Urdu
Variant transcription of Abd as-Salam.
ABDUWALI m Uyghur, Somali
Uyghur and Somali form of Abd al-Wali.
Uyghur form of Abd al-Khaliq.
ABDYL m Albanian
Albanian male name, a form of Abdullah. Notable people with the name include: ... [more]
ABEBECH f Amharic, Ethiopian
Feminine form of Abebe.
ABEBI f African
Variant of Abeni.
ABED m Arabic
Means "slave" in Arabic.
Possibly means "she/he sees in the distance" in Ojibwe, from Ojibwe waabi "she/he has vision, sees" and debaabam "see at a distance".
ABEER f Arabic
Variant of Abir.
Means "born on Wednesday" in Fante, a dialect of Akan.
ABEJUL m & f Bandial
Means "the one who pouts" in Bandial.
ABELA f German (Rare), Low German (Archaic), Swedish (Archaic), Icelandic (Modern)
Obsolete Low German short form of both Apollonia and Alberta. There is, however, another theory which derives this name from Old Saxon aval "strength; force; fortitude". ... [more]
ABELA f Italian
Feminine form of Abele.
ABELAH f English (Rare)
Feminine form of Abel.
ABELARDO m Spanish, Portuguese
Spanish and Portuguese form of Abelard.
ABELART m Provençal
Niçard form of Abélard.
ABELEKE f Old Swedish
Diminutive of Abele.
ABELENA f North Frisian
North Frisian variant of Apollonia recorded on the island of Föhr.
ABÉLIA f French (Rare), Hungarian
French and Hungarian form of Abelia.
ABELÌA f Provençal
Niçard form of Abélie.
ABELIA f Spanish (Rare), Catalan (Rare)
Feminine form of Abel. Abelia is also a type of flowering shrub in the honeysuckle family, named after British surgeon and naturalist Clarke Abel (1780-1826).
ABELIE f French (Quebec, Rare)
Québecois variant of Abélie.
ABELINA f German (Rare), Spanish, Provençal
Spanish elaboration of Abelia, Niçard diminutive Abelìa as well as a German feminine form of Abel and a German elaboration of Abela.
Feminine form of Abe.
ABELIÑE f Basque (Rare)
Basque form of Aveline and Avelina.
ABELIOS m Greek Mythology
Variant of Apollo used in Crete.
ABELKE f Low German
German diminutive of Abela and Abelina.
ABELL m English (Rare)
From a surname which is a variant of Abel.
ABELLE f French
French feminine form of Abel.
ABELLIO m Celtic Mythology, Greek Mythology
Some scholars have postulated that Abellio is the same name as Apollo, who in Crete and elsewhere was called Abelios (Greek Αβέλιος), and by the Italians and some Dorians Apello, and that the deity is the same as the Gallic Apollo mentioned by Caesar, and also the same as the Belis or Belenus mentioned by Tertullian and Herodian.... [more]
ĀBELS m Latvian (Rare)
Latvian form of Abel.
Diminutive of Abel.
ABENÁMAR m Literature
Abenámar is the main character of El romance de Abenámar anonimously written and set in 1431. Abenámar is either King Yusuf IV (Abenalmao) himself or one of his courtiers. The poem is a dialogue between Abenámar and King John II of Castille, who wishes for complete possession of Granada (that occurs only in 1492).
Probably from アベ (abe) meaning "fire" and ナンカ (nanka), combined from ナン (nan) meaning "face" and カ (ka) meaning "top."
ABENCHARA f Spanish (Canarian, Rare)
Of Guanche origin, meaning "great tear or separation". This was the name of Tenesor's wife.
ABEQUA f Ojibwe
Variant of Abeque.
ABEQUE f Native American
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".
ABERA m Ethiopian
Means "light" or "he shines". Used as both a given name and a surname.
ABERAH f Hebrew
Variant transcription of Abira.
ABERAMA m Popular Culture
Possibly a form of Abraham, as it supposedly means "he who has many children" in Romani. It is the name of a character in the television show 'Peaky Blinders'.
ABÉRCIO m Portuguese
Portuguese form of Abercius (see Aberkios).
ABERCIO m Italian, Spanish
Italian and Spanish form of Abercius (see Aberkios).
Polish form of Abercius.
ABERCROMBIE m English (Rare)
Transferred use of the surname Abercrombie.
ABERDEEN f & m English
Means "mouth of the Don (river)" in Scottish Gaelic. This is the name of the name of a city in northern Scotland, as well as several other cities worldwide named after the Scottish city.
ABERFA f Welsh
Means "from the mouth of the river" in Welsh.
ABERFORTH m Literature
Variant of Aberford, a village in West Yorkshire, meaning "Eadburg's ford" in Old English. This was the name of schoolmaster Albus Dumbledore's more eccentric brother in J. K. Rowling's 'Harry Potter' books, released between 1997 and 2007.
ABERHAM m American (Rare)
Variant of Abraham, possibly due to misapprehension of spelling or colloquial pronunciation or both.
ABERKIOS m Ancient Greek (?), History
Meaning unknown. It was borne by a 2nd-century saint of Phrygia in Asia Minor, a bishop and wonderworker of Hieropolis who is the subject (and probable author) of an early Christian inscription.
ABERRIA f Basque (Rare, Archaic)
Coined in the 19th century, this name means "fatherland; homeland". It was in use until 1939. After the Spanish Civil War, however, women answering to Aberria were forced to change their name due to its "conflict-laden meaning".
Means "sacrifice" in ancient Welsh.
ABERTHOL m Arthurian Romance (Modern), Popular Culture
Means "sacrificial" in Welsh, from aberth "sacrifice". This was the name of an evil druid in the movie 'Arthur and Merlin' (2015).
ABERU f & m Japanese (Modern, Rare)
Transliterated form of Abel (for boys), in use among the Japanese in recent years.... [more]
Aberycusgentylis Balthropp, baptized 25 January 1648 in Iver, Buckinghamshire, England, was named in honour of the Italian-born Oxford professor and jurist Alberico Gentili (1552-1608) via the Latinized form of his name: Albericus Gentilis.
ABESALOM m Georgian
Georgian form of 'Avshalom (see Absalom) via its hellenized form Abessalom.
ABESTI f Basque (Modern, Rare)
Derived from the Basque word abesti "song".
ABEY f English
Variant of Abby.
ABEYTU f Omaha-Ponca
Meaning "Green Leaf" in Omaha-Ponca.
ABEYTZI m & f Omaha-Ponca
Means "yellow leaf" in Omaha-Ponca.
ABGA m Abkhaz (Rare)
Derived from Abkhaz абгаду (ābgādú) meaning "wolf".
ABGAR m Ancient Aramaic
Abgar was the name of several kings of Edessa (today: Şanlıurfa, Turkey).... [more]
ABHARAN m Indian (Rare)
Derived from Sanskrit आभरण (ābharaṇa) meaning "ornament, decoration".
ABHARANA f Indian (Rare)
Feminine form of Abharan.
ABHAYA f Sanskrit, Indian
Means "fearless" in Sanskrit.
ABHAYNOOR m Indian (Sikh), Punjabi
Combination of Abhay and Noor.
ABHI m Hindi
Means "now" in Hindi.
ABHIE f Various
Variant of Abbie.
Means "recognition" in Hindi.
ABHIJAT m Indian
From Sanskrit अभिजात (abhijāta), meaning "aristocrat".
ABHIMANYU m Hinduism
Meaning unknown. In Hinduism, he is the reincarnation of Chandra, the son of Arjuna and Subhadra, and nephew of Lord Krishna.
Means "handsome son".
Meaning: “expression in an act”... [more]
Means "actor" in Hindi.
ABHINIT m Hindi (?)
Means "acted (as in a play)" in Hindi.
ABHIRAJ m Punjabi (Modern), Hindi
Means "great king" in Hindi.
Means "one who delights".
ABHISEK m Indian
Variant of Abhishek.
ABHISHRI f Sanskrit, Hindi, Indian, Marathi
Meaning, "surrounded by/with glory."
ABHISRI f Indian
Variant of Abhishri.
From Old Irish ablach "having apple trees".
ABHORSON m Theatre
From the English word abhor "to regard with horror or detestation". It is the name of the executioner in William Shakespeare's 'Measure for Measure' (written in 1603 or 1604; first published in 1623).
ABI f Nigerian
Means "owner" in Izere.
ABIA f Arabic
Means "my father" in Arabic.
ABIAGEAL f Irish (Rare)
Irish form of Abigail.
ABI-ALBON m Biblical
Means "father of strength". In the Bible, this was one of David's thirty warriors.
ABIAN m Filipino
Means "friend" in Bikol.
ABIASAPH m Biblical Hebrew
The name Abiasaph consists of two parts. The first element is the same as the name Abi, which occurs only as a feminine name in the Bible. It comes, however, from a word that's used most frequently as element of names, namely אב (ab), meaning "father" added to the verb אסף (asap), meaning "to gather." In totality, meaning "my father has gathered."
ABIÁTA f Hungarian
Of unknown origin and meaning.
ABIATHAR m Biblical
Possibly means "my father is great" in Hebrew (in which case the second element makes it a relative of Jethro). In the Old Testament Abiathar was the only Jewish high priest to escape from a massacre ordered by King Saul... [more]
ABIBA f Northern African
Has its origins in the Moroccan language and means "first child born after the grandmother has died."
ABICHAYIL m Biblical Hebrew
Means "my father is might" or "father of strength" in Hebrew.
ABID f Persian
Means "flame" in Persian.
ABIDA f Arabic, Muslim, Bosnian
Means "worshipper", "one who worships Allah" in Arabic.
ABIDAT f Dagestani, Lak, Lezgin, Avar, Karachay-Balkar, Chechen
From Arabic عَابِدَاتٌ (ʿābidātun) meaning "worshipper".
ABIDE f Turkish
Means "monument" in Turkish.
ABIDI m Arabic
Means "hope of slaves" in Arabic.
ABIE f American
Variant of Abby.
ABIËL m Dutch
Dutch form of Abiel.
ABIELA f Hebrew
Feminine form of Abiel.
ABIETA f Basque (Rare, Archaic)
From the name of a town in the Basque region of Spain.
ABIEZER m Biblical
Means "my father is help" in Hebrew. It belonged to three men in the Old Testament–the second son of Hammoleketh, a warrior in King David's army, and the prince of the tribe of Dan.
ABIGAËL f Dutch, French
Dutch form of Abigail.
ABIGAEL m Spanish
Variant of Abigail, primarily used on males in Spanish speaking countries.
French form of Abigail.
ABIGAIE f Biblical Greek
Form of Abigail used in some versions of Greek Bible.
ABIGAÏL f French, Dutch, Catalan
Dutch and French form of Abigail as well as a Catalan variant.
ABIGAILA f English
Elaboration of Abigail.
ABIGAILE f English
Variant of Abigail. This name was given to 35 girls born in the United States in the year 2010.
ABIGAILĖ f Lithuanian
Lithuanian form of Abigail.
ABIGAILI f Biblical, Swahili
Swahili form of Abigail.
ABIGAILLE f Italian (Rare), Theatre
Italian form of Abigail, used for a character in Verdi's opera 'Nabucco' (1842).
ABIGAJIL f Norwegian (Rare, Archaic), Swedish (Rare), Afrikaans (Rare), Danish (Rare)
Variant of Abigail used in the Norwegian translation of the Bible.
ABIGALE f English
Variant of Abigail.
ABIGALL f Medieval Scottish
Medieval Scottish form of Abigail.
ABIGAYL f English
Variant of Abigail.
ABIGOR m Judeo-Christian Legend
In Christian demonology, this was an upper demon ("great duke") of hell. Allegedly Abigor (also known as Eligor and Eligos) was the demon of war, in command of 60 legions, portrayed riding a winged or skeletal steed... [more]
ABIHA f Pakistani (Anglicized, Modern)
From Arabic ابیھا (abiha) "her father". ... [more]
ABIHAIL m & f Biblical Hebrew
Means "my father is might" or "my father is strength" in Hebrew, from אָבִי‎ ('avi) "my father" and חיל (khayil), which is related to the word חייל (khayal) "soldier"... [more]
ABIHUD m Biblical
Means "the father is glory" or "father of glory". It is the name of two characters in the Bible.
ABIJADE f English (Modern, Rare)
Combination of Abi and Jade.
Meaning "listen" in Yao.
ABIL m Indian
Indian form of Abel.
Variant of Abhilash.
ABILD m Old Swedish
Old Swedish variant of Abel.
Dutch form of Abimael.
ABINA f African
Variant of Abena.
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]
Son of Chemish, Nephite historian, and Nephite warrior.
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.
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. the feminine אבירית (Avirit) "air, atmosphere, spirit").
ABIR m Bengali, Indian
Refers to abir (or gulal), which is a type of coloured powder used during the Hindu Holi festival. The word itself is ultimately derived from Arabic عَبِير‎ (ʿabīr) meaning "scent, perfume".
ABIR f Arabic
Derived from Arabic عَبِير‎ (ʿabīr) meaning "scent, perfume".
ABIRA f Hebrew
Feminine form of Abir.
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 f Mormon (Rare)
Meaning, "maize field, corn field."
ABISHA m & f Hebrew
Variant of Abijah.
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.
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. The second element might possibly be the Persian noun یار (yar) meaning "friend, companion" as well as "assistant, helper" (see Elyar).... [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.
ABLUNA f Old Swedish
Old Swedish form of Apollonia.
ABLUNIA f Medieval Finnish
Finnish adoption and elaboration of Abluna.
ABLYN f English
An invented name, comprised of Ab (such as in Abigail) and Lyn.
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.
ABNOBA f Celtic Mythology
The name of an obscure Gaulish goddess, thought to be connected to Celtic abona "river" (source of Avon). The second element may be derived from either Proto-Indo-European nogʷo-, meaning "naked, nude" or "tree", or the verbal root *nebh- "burst out, be damp".
ÁBO m Sami
Sami diminutive of Abram.
ABO m Georgian
No longer in use.
ABODI m Arabic
Variant transcription of Abudi.
ABOMBA m Biblical Dutch
This name was first found in ancient text located in ancient Greece. This name has a correlation to the well-known Jesus Christ. This name was first used by Steve Harvey when he named his child Abomba... [more]
Means "thankfulness" in Xhosa.
Dhivehi form of Abu Bakr.
ABOOKSIGUN m Algonquin, Native American
Means "wildcat" in Algonquin.
ABORA m Guanche Mythology
In the mythology of the native Guanche (Berber) people of La Palma, one of the Canary Islands, this was the name of the supreme god of the heavens.
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."
Means "one who saunters" in Luo.
ABRA f Ewe
Means "Tuesday-born girl" in Ewe.
ABRA f History, Literature
Possibly a feminine form of Abraham. It coincides with a Latin word meaning "maid". A known bearer was Saint Abra of Poitiers, a Gallo-Roman nun of the 4th century.
ABRAAMI m Georgian (Archaic)
Archaic Georgian form of Abraham.
ÁBRAHAM m Faroese
Faroese form of Abraham.
Feminine form of Abraham.
ABRAHÁN m Spanish
Spanish form of Abraham.
ABRAHIM m English
Variant of Abraham.
ÁBRAM m Faroese
Faroese form of Abram.
ABRAMA f & m English (Rare), Indonesian (Rare), Italian (Archaic)
Variant or feminine form of Abram and Abramo.
ABRAMKA f Medieval Polish
Medieval Polish feminine form of Abraham.
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.
ABRAOMAS m Lithuanian
Lithuanian form of Abraham.
ABRASHA m Russian
Russian form of Abraham.
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.
ABRECHT m German (Rare, Archaic)
A variant of Albrecht or possibly transferred use of the surname Abrecht.
ABREE f English
Variant of Aubrey.
ABREEA f American
Possibly an elaboration of Bree, using a as both a prefix and a suffix.
ABREEANA f English (British)
Combination of the prefix a and Breeana.
ABREHAM m Ethiopian
Ethiopian form of Abraham.
ÂBRÉHAN m Jèrriais
Jèrriais form of Abraham.
ABREXTA f Gaulish
Derived from Gaulish rextu- "law, right".
ABREY m & f English (Modern)
Variant of Aubrey.
ABRIAL f English (Modern, Rare)
Transferred use of the surname Abrial.
ABRIANA f American (Modern, Rare)
Variant of Aubriana or a combination of the prefix a and Briana.
ABRICOTINE f Literature
Means "apricot-plum" in French. This is the name of a character in Madame d'Aulnoy's fairy tale "The Imp Prince" (1697). Abricotine is a fairy who is the beloved of the protagonist, Léandre.
ABRIELLA f English
Variant of Aubriella or a combination of the prefix a and Briella.
ABRIELLE f American
Combination of the prefix a and Brielle, or a variant of Aubrielle.
ABRIHET f Tigrinya
Means "light" in Tigrinya.
ÁBRIS m Hungarian
Hungarian diminutive of Ábrahám.
ABRISH f Arabic
Means "Allah ki rehmat" in Arabic.
ABRIYAH f Ancient Hebrew (Rare)
Means "one who loves God".
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]
ABRONIKE f Ancient Greek
From the Greek elements αβρος (abros) "delicate, refined" and νικη (nike) "victory".
ABROR m Tajik, Uzbek
Tajik and Uzbek form of Abrar.
Sami form of Abram.
ABRUNA f Gaulish
Derived from Gaulish *bronnio- / *brunnio- "breast, bosom".
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]
ABSALÃO m Portuguese
Portuguese form of Absalom.
ABSALÓ m Catalan
Catalan form of Absalom.
ABSALON m Norwegian, Polish
Polish and Norwegian form of Absalom.
Kazakh form of Abdul Sattar.
ABSHIR m Somali
Means "congratulation" in Somali.
ABSIDY f English
Phonetic variant of Abcde.
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.
ABSTINENCE f English (Puritan, Rare)
From the English word abstinence, referring to the act of abstaining from sin. This name was used by the Puritans.
ABTIN m Persian Mythology
The name of a character in the 11th-century Persian epic 'Shahnameh', the father of Fereydoun.
ABUBACAR m Maranao
Maranao form of Abu Bakr.
Malay form of Abu Bakr.
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.
ABUDI m Arabic (Rare)
Means "devoted worshiper of God" in Arabic, ultimately from Arabic عَبَدَ (ʿabada) meaning "to worship, to venerate".
Malay form of Abu al-Hasan.
ABUHAYAT f Turkish
Combination of Abu and Hayat.
ABUK f African Mythology, Dinka
In Dinka mythology (south Sudan), the first woman. She is the patron goddess of women and gardens. Her emblem is a little snake. She is the mother of Deng (Danka).
ABUKCHEECH m Algonquin
Means "mouse" in Algonquin.
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".
Means "she entrusts to raise (her child)" in Bandial.
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".
Derived from Arabic أَبُو (ʾabū) meaning "father" combined with مُسْلِم (muslim) meaning "Muslim, follower of Islam".
ABUNDANCE f English (Puritan, Rare)
From the English word, ultimately from Latin abundantia "fullness, plenty". This name was used in the 17th century by Puritans, referring to the abundance of God's blessings.
Spanish form of Abundantius.