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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".
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.
ABUNDANCIO m Spanish
Spanish form of Abundantius.
ABUNDANCJA f Polish
Polish form of Abundantia.
ABUNDANTIA f Roman Mythology, Late Roman, Italian
Feminine form of Abundantius. She was the Roman personification of abundance, prosperity and good fortune, portrayed as distributing grain and money from a cornucopia. (The mythological character has survived in French folklore as Lady Hobunde.) The name was also borne by an Italian saint martyred during the persecutions of emperor Diocletian.
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.
ABUNGU f Luo
Means "of the forest" in Luo.
ABURIRU f Japanese
From Japanese 四月 (aburiru) meaning "April".... [more]
ABUSAID m Chechen
Combination of Abu and Said.
ABUSE-NOT f English (Puritan)
In reference to 1 Corinthians 9:18, "What is my reward then? Verily that, when I preach the gospel, I may make the gospel of Christ without charge, that I abuse not my right in the gospel."
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.
ABUTO f Luo
Means "I have hidden" in Luo.
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.
ABY f Various (Rare)
Variant of Abby.
ABYAD m Jewish, Judeo-Arabic
Refers to a person with fair skin from the Arabic word abyad.
ABYL m Kazakh
Kazakh form of Abul. This name is also frequently used as a short form 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]
ABZAL m Kazakh
Kazakh form of Afzal.
ABZARI m Arabic, Urdu
Means "seeds, spice, seedsman, one who sows" in Arabic.
ABZYAN f Udmurt
Derived from Arabic أَب‎ (ab) meaning "father" and Persian جان‎ (jan) meaning "soul".
ACACALLIS f Greek Mythology (Latinized)
This was a word for the narcissus flower used in Crete. It is said to mean "unwalled" in Greek, possibly from the Greek negative prefix α (a) with an element related to ἀκή (ake) "point, edge"... [more]
ACACE m French
French form of Akakios via Acacius.
ACÁCIO m Portuguese
Portuguese 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]
ACADIA f American (Rare), Spanish (Mexican, Rare)
From the name of a colony in New France in North America, derived from Arcadia and coinciding with Mi'kmaq suffix -akadie, meaning "place of abundance". This is also the name of a National Park in Maine.
ACALA f Indian (Modern, Rare), Sanskrit (Modern, Rare)
Means "immovable, steady; constant; unceasing", from Sanskrit a "without" and cala "moving".
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. He took part in the Trojan War and was one of the men who hid inside the Trojan horse and was thus smuggled into the city.
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.
ACANTHIS f Greek Mythology (Latinized), Literature
Latinized form of Greek Ἀκανθίς (Akanthis), which was the name of a type of finch, known as thistle finch in English, literally meaning "prickly" from Greek ἄκανθα (akantha) "thorn, prickle, thistle" (compare Acantha, Acanthus)... [more]
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.
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 Late Roman
Name of a saint, Saint Acarius who was bishop of Doornik and Noyon.
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]
ACARSU f Turkish
Means "stream, river, running water" in Turkish.
ACASTE f Greek Mythology (Latinized)
Latinized form of Greek Ἂκαστη (Akaste), which is the feminine form of Akastos (see Acastus). This name is borne by two characters in Greek mythology. One was a companion of Persephone, the other nursed the children of king Acastus of Argos.
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]
ACAUNISSA f Gaulish
Derived from Gaulish acaunon or acauno- "stone".
ACBOR m Biblical
Variant of Achbor.
ACCA f Malayalam
Malayalam form of Rebecca.
ACCALIA f Roman Mythology (?), English (Rare)
According to questionable sources, such as baby name books and websites, this was another name for Acca, the human foster-mother of Romulus and Remus in Roman legend, also known as Acca Larentia (see Acca)... [more]
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.
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]
ACCURSIA f Sicilian (Rare)
Feminine form of Accursio.
ACCURSIO m Italian (Rare)
Italian name derived from Accorso and short form of Bonaccurso.
ACELIN m Medieval French
Double diminutive of Asce.
AÇELYA f Turkish
Directly taken from Turkish açelya "azalea".
ACENG m Indonesian, Sundanese
Derived from Sundanese ujang meaning "young boy" (see Ujang).
ACENITH f English
Possibly a variant of Asenath.
ACEPSIMA m Italian
Italian form of Acepsimas (see Akepsimas).
ACÉPSIMAS m Spanish
Spanish form of Acepsimas (see Akepsimas).
ACERBUS m English (American, Rare)
Means "Sarcastic, sardonic" in Latin.
ACESANDRO m Italian
Italian form of Acesander.
ACESO f Greek Mythology (Latinized)
From the Greek Ἀκεσώ (Akeso), derived from ἄκεσις (akesis) meaning "healing, curing". She was the Greek goddess of healing (wounds) and curing (illness); unlike her sister Panakeia (Panacea), Aceso personified the process of a curing rather than the cure itself.
ACESON m English (Modern, Rare)
Either a modern, phonetic respelling of Aeson or, more likely, an elaboration of Ace by modelling it on surnames like Jackson, etc. Possibly from the surname Acheson, an Anglo-Scots origin name with Norman antecedents... [more]
ACESSIMA m Italian
Diminutive of Acepsima.
ACESTES m Greek Mythology
A hero of Trojan origin, who founded Segesta on Sicily. In a trial of skill Acestes shot his arrow with such force that it took fire. He helped Aeneas when the latter arrived on Sicily after his wanderings.
ACESTOR m Greek Mythology
Comes from the surname Acestor, which was the surname for Apollo which characterises him as the god of the healing art, or in general as the averter of evil.
ACHA f Japanese
From Japanese 空 (a) meaning "sky" combined with 侘 (cha) meaning "disappointed, forlorn". Other kanji combinations are possible.
ACHA m Spanish (Canarian)
Acha is of Sanskrit origin of Spain which means father... [more]
ACHACHAK m Native American, Siksika, Algonquin
Means "spirit" in Siksika.
ACHACJA f Polish
Polish form of Acacia.
ACHACJUSZ m Polish
Polish form of Akakios via Acacius.
ACHACY m Polish
Polish form of Akakios via Acacius.
ACHAEA f English
From a region of Greece that has existed since ancient times.
ACHAEMENES m Ancient Persian (Latinized)
Latinized form of Haxāmaniš via its Greek 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. When Aeneas arrived on the island, he took Achaemenides with him.
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. Other bearers of this name include Greek tragic poet Achaeus of Eretria (5th century BC) and the son of king Seleucus I Nicator (3rd century BC).
ACHAGUL f Uzbek
Derived from acha meaning "mother, grandmother" and gul meaning "flower, rose".
ACHAIA f Greek Mythology, English (Rare)
Of uncertain etymology, possibly derived from Greek ἄχος (achos) meaning "grief, pain, distress" (also see Achaios, Achilles). This was an Attic and Boeotian epithet of the goddess Demeter, possibly used in reference to her grief for the loss of her daughter Persephone.... [more]
ACHAIA m Biblical (Hellenized)
Variant transcription of Ahlai, as used in 1 Chronicles 11:41.... [more]
ACHAIMENIDES m Greek Mythology
Basically means "offspring of Achaimenes", derived from the hellenized Persian name Achaimenes combined with the Greek patronymic suffix ιδης (ides). Also compare other Greek names that contain this patronymic suffix, such as Euripides, Simonides and Thucydides.
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]
ACHALA f Indian, Sanskrit
Derived from Sanskrit achala "constant; unceasing" and "the earth".
ACHALI m & f Biblical
Variant transcription of Ahlai.... [more]
ACHAMAZ m Caucasian Mythology
Chechen and Ingush form of Atsamaz.
ACHAN f Dinka
Means "female child in the first pair of twins" in Dinka.
ACHANBA m & f Meitei
Means "faithful" in Meitei.
ACHASANAM f Uzbek
Derived from acha meaning "mother, grandmother" and sanam meaning "idol, beautiful woman".
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."
ACHEFLOW f Arthurian Romance
Variant of Acheflour, which is probably a corruption of Blancheflour (see Blanchefleur) meaning "white flower" in Old French. In the Middle English romance 'Sir Perceval of Galles', Acheflour was the sister of King Arthur and mother of Perceval.
ACHELOIS f Greek Mythology, Ancient Greek
Feminine form of Achelôios (see Achelous). In Greek myth this was the name of a minor moon goddess as well as a general name for water nymphs and an epithet of the Sirens (as the daughters of Achelous).
ACHEO m Italian
Italian form of Achaios via Achaeus.
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]
ACHI m Hebrew (Rare)
Means "my brother" in Hebrew.
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.
ACH'IK f Armenian
Derived from the diminutive form of աչ (ačʿ), a poetic term meaning "eye".
ACHIKE m Igbo
Means "take the things of the world easy" in Igbo.
ACHILL m German (Rare)
German cognate of Achilles.
ACHILLEA f Italian
Feminine form of Achille. It is also the botanical name of the genus of flowering plants (Yarrow).
ACHINA f Chuukese
Means "good" in Chuukese.
ACHIQ f Quechua
Means "light, bright" in Quechua.
ACHIRAM m Hebrew (Rare)
Means "my brother is exalted" in Hebrew.
ACHIROË f Greek Mythology
Etymology unknown, perhaps related to ἄχος (akhos) meaning "distress, grief" and ρόη (rhoe) meaning "flow, stream, river".
ACHIROPITA f Italian (Rare)
Taken from the title of the Virgin Mary Maria Santissima Achiropita, this name is typically and predominantly found in the province of Cosenza, in the Calabria region in Southern Italy.
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.
ACHIYAKU f Quechua
Means "clear water, luminous water", from Quechua yaku meaning "water".
ACHLAMA f Hebrew (Rare)
Means "amethyst" in Hebrew.
ACHLYS f Greek Mythology
Means "death-mist, mist-over-eyes" in Greek. In Greek mythology Achlys was the personification of misery and sadness as well as daemon of the "death-mist", i.e., the clouding over of the eyes preceding death... [more]
ACHMAD m Indonesian
Indonesian form of Ahmad.
ACHMED m Arabic, Indonesian, German (Rare)
Variant transcription of Ahmad.
ACHO m Old Swedish
Latinised form of Ake.
ACHRAF m Arabic (Maghrebi)
Maghrebi transcription of Ashraf (chiefly Moroccan).
ACHSA f Biblical Latin
Variant of Achsah used in some versions of the Old Testament, including the Vulgate and the Douay-Rheims Bible. It was borne by American spiritualist Achsa W. Sprague (1827-1862), a popular trance medium lecturer in the 1850s.
ACHSAH f Biblical, English (Puritan)
Means "anklet, bangle" in Hebrew (presumably echoic of the click of a moving anklet). In the Old Testament, Achsah is the daughter of Caleb. It has occasionally been used as an English Christian name since the Protestant Reformation.
ACHTAN f Irish Mythology, Celtic Mythology
The Irish heroine who bore Cormac, the king.
ACHVA f Hebrew
Means "fraternity, comradeship, brotherhood" in Hebrew.
ACIANO m Spanish
Means "the blue bottle flower" in Spanish.
ACIBELLA f Medieval Occitan, Gascon (Archaic)
Variant of Aizivella via the variant Azivelle.
ACIE m English
Diminutive of Ace.
ACILINO m Spanish
Spanish variant of Aquilino.
ACILIO m Italian (Rare, Archaic), Portuguese (Rare)
Italian and Portuguese form of Acilius.
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.
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.
ACLIMA f Judeo-Christian Legend
Meaning unknown. In some religious traditions, this is the name of the first human female born, a daughter of Adam and Eve.
ACMAD m Maranao, Indonesian
Maranao and Indonesian form of Ahmad.
ACMON m Roman Mythology
A companion of Aeneas.
ACOETES m Greek Mythology (Latinized)
Latinized form of Greek Ἀκοίτης (Akoites) meaning "bedfellow, husband". This was the name of several characters in Greek mythology, including the helmsman of a ship that landed on the island of Naxos, where some of the sailors found a beautiful sleeping boy and brought him on board with them... [more]
ACONTEUS m Greek Mythology
In Greek Mythology, a friend of Perseus.
ACONY f English (Rare)
From the Hitchiti word oconee meaning "water eyes of the hills", which lent itself to the name of a wildflower found in the Appalachians Mountains, Acony Bell.
ACORAN m Guanche Mythology
In the mythology of the Guanches indigenous to Gran Canaria, one of the Canary Islands, this was the name of the supreme god meaning "sustainer, he who sustains". It is probably a cognate of the name used for the supreme god on the Canarian island of Tenerife, Achamán, which is said to mean "the skies" in the extinct Guanche language... [more]
ACORN f Romani
In Romani lore, the acorn was an ancient fertility and phallic symbol.
ACQUANETTA f American
Derived from the surname of the actress Burnu Acquanetta.
ACRAEA f Greek Mythology (Latinized)
Latinized form of Greek Ἀκραία (Akraia), an epithet of numerous goddesses whose temples were situated on hills or mountains, including Athena and Hera, which meant "of the heights" or "dwelling on the heights"... [more]
ACRAEPHEUS m Greek Mythology
Etymology unknown, although it may be related to ακραίος (akraios) meaning "extreme", or "marginal, at the edge". In Greek mythology, he is a son of Apollo.
ACRATOPOTES m Greek Mythology (Latinized)
Latinized form of Greek Ἀκρατοπότης (Akratopotês) meaning "drinker of unmixed wine", derived from ἄκρατος (akratos) "unmixed, undiluted, pure", a word used of liquids and effectively meaning "wine without water", and πότης (potês) "drinker"... [more]
ACRISIUS m Greek Mythology (Latinized)
Latinized form of Greek Ἀκρίσιος (Akrisios), which is possibly derived from Greek ἀκρίς (akris) meaning "locust". In Greek mythology, Acrisius was a king of Argos who enclosed his daughter Danaë in an impenetrable bronze tower (or a deep underground cave)... [more]
ACRUX m & f Astronomy
Abbreviation of "Alpha Crucis", a star in the constellation Crux.
ACSÁD m Hungarian (Archaic)
Means "kin; relation" in Hungarian.
ACTAEA f Greek Mythology (Latinized)
Latinized form of Aktaie and Aktaia, both of which derive from Greek ἁκτή (akte) "headland, sea-coast, shore" (compare the masculine equivalent Aktaios and its latinized form Actaeus)... [more]
ACTAEON m Greek Mythology (Latinized)
Latinized form of Greek Άκταίων (Aktaion), which is derived from Greek ἀκτὴ (akte), which can mean "headland, foreland, promontory, cape" as well as "coast, shore". In Greek mythology, Actaeon was son of Aristaeus and Autonoe in Boeotia... [more]
ACTAEUS m Greek Mythology (Latinized)
Latinized form of Greek Ἀκταῖος (Aktaios), which may have been derived from Greek ἀκτὴ (akte), which can mean "headland, foreland, promontory, cape" as well as "coast, shore"... [more]
ACTÉE m French
French form of Actaeus.
ACTEO m Spanish
Spanish form of Actaeus.
ACTEU m Catalan (Rare), Portuguese (Rare)
Catalan and Portuguese form of Actaeus.
ACTIUS m Late Roman
Name for someone from Actium.
ACTON m English (Rare)
From an English surname which was derived from a place name meaning "oak farm" in Old English.
ACTOR m Greek Mythology (Latinized)
Latinized form of Greek Ἄκτωρ (Aktor), which is derived from Greek ἄκτωρ (aktōr) meaning "leader", which in turn is ultimately derived from Greek ἄγω (agō) meaning "to lead"... [more]
ACTORION m Greek Mythology (Latinized)
Latinized form of Greek Aktorion, which is a diminutive form of Aktor (see Actor).
ACTS-APOSTLES m English (Puritan)
Combination of two books of the Bible.
AÇUCENA f Portuguese
Portuguese cognate of Azucena.
ACUECUCYOTICIHUATI f Aztec and Toltec Mythology
The Aztec goddess of the ocean, running water, and rivers, closely associated with Chalchiuhtlicue of whom she is another appearance. She is invoked by Aztec women in labor.
ACULIA f Gaulish
Derived from Gaulish *acu- "quick, fast".
ACUN m Turkish
Means "universe" in Turkish.
ACUSILAUS m Greek Mythology
Son of Cabas or Scabras, and was a Greek logographer, and he also wrote genealogies according to the Suda.
ACUTIA f Ancient Roman
Feminine form of Acutius.
ACUTIANUS m Late Roman
Roman cognomen which was derived from Acutius.
ACUTIUS m Ancient Roman
Roman nomen gentile which was derived from Latin acutus meaning "sharpened, pointed". It is ultimately derived from the Latin verb acuō "to sharpen, to make pointed". This name was borne by a Roman plebeian tribune from the 5th century BC.
ACWULF m Medieval English
Name created with the elements ac "oak" and wulf 'wolf.'
AD f & m Hebrew (Rare)
Means "forever, eternal, eternity" in Hebrew.
ÁDÁ f Sami
Sami form of Ada.
ADA f Turkish
Means "island" in Turkish.
ADA f German, Biblical German, Croatian (Rare)
German and Croatian form of Adah.
ADA m Idoma
Means "father" in Idoma.
ADA f Filipino
From the Tagalog word ada "fairy", borrowed from Spanish hada with the same meaning.
ADABEL f English
Combination of Ada and the popular name suffix bel.
ADABELL f English
Variant of Adabel.
ADACHI f Japanese (Rare)
It has multiple combinations such as commonplace "Foot" or "Stand". This is more commonly a last name. It was ranked #15,827th of most used Japanese female names in 2016.
ADACIA f English (American, Rare)
Meaning uncertain. This name may possibly be a combination of the name Ada with any feminine name ending in -cia, such as Acacia, Alicia, Felicia and Patricia.
ADAELIA f English
Possibly the Feminine form of Adalia.
ADAGIO m English (Modern, Rare)
From the Italian adagio meaning "slowly, at ease", a word to indicate a musical composition should be played slowly.
ADAGONDA f Dutch
Variant of Adelgonda.
ADAHLIA f English (Modern, Rare)
Either a variant of Adalia, or a combination of the prefix a with Dahlia.
ADAIAH f & m Biblical
From the Hebrew name עֲדָיָ֫הוּ (Adayahu) meaning "adorned by Yahweh" or "Yahweh has adorned" (compare Adah, Adi, Adiel)... [more]
ADAIHA f English
Variant of Adaiah.
ADAK m & f Turkish
Means "vow, offering" in Turkish.
ADAKU f Igbo
Means "daughter of wealth" in Igbo.
ADAL m & f Various (Modern, Rare)
From the Germanic element adal meaning "noble".
ADALA f Hungarian, Swedish (Rare)
Of uncertain origin and meaning. Theories include a variant of Adela and a short form of names containing the element adal-.
ADALAE m & f Hebrew
Variant of Adlai.
ADALAI m Arabic, Hebrew
Variant of Adlai.
ADALAÍS f Gascon, Medieval Occitan
Occitan and Gascon form of Adelais.
ADALARDO m Italian
Italian form of Adalhard.
ƏDALƏT m Azerbaijani
Means "justice" in Azerbaijani, of Arabic origin.
ADALBALD m Ancient Germanic
Derived from Old High German adal "noble" and Old High German bald "bold, brave."
ADALBERO m Medieval German
Combination of German adal "noble" and bero "bear".
ADALBERTA f Spanish
Feminine form of Adalberto.
ADALBERTAS m Lithuanian
Lithuanian form of Adalbert.
ADALBERTS m Latvian
Latvian form of Adalbert.
ADALBOD m Ancient Germanic
Old High German name derived from the elements adal "noble" and boto "bid, offer".
ADALBRAND m Ancient Germanic
Means "noble sword", derived from Old High German adal "noble" combined with Old Norse brand "sword".
ADALBURG f Ancient Germanic
The first element of this Germanic name is derived from Old High German adal "noble." 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."
ADALDAG m Ancient Germanic
Means "noble day", derived from Old High German adal "noble" combined with daga "day."
ADALEE f English (Rare)
Combination of Ada and Lee.
ADALEI f English
Modern variant of Adelie.
ADALEIGH f English
Combination of Ada and Leigh.
ADALELM m Ancient Germanic
Variant of Adalhelm. This name was borne by a count of Troyes from the 9th century AD.
ADALETA f Bosnian (Rare)
Bosnian form of Adalet.
ADALETA f Medieval Italian, Medieval Catalan
Adaleta di Siena was the wife of Farinata degli Uberti (leader of the Ghibelline faction in Florence). ... [more]
ADALFRID m Ancient Germanic
Means "noble peace", derived from Old High German adal "noble" combined with Old High German fridu "peace".
ADALGAR m Ancient Germanic
The first element of this Germanic name is derived from Old High German adal "noble". The second element is derived from Gothic gairu (gêr in Old High German) "spear", or from garva (garo in Old High German, and gearu in Anglo-Saxon) "ready, prepared."
ADALGERN m Ancient Germanic
Derived from Old High German adal "noble" combined with Gothic gairns "eager, desiring."
ADALGILD f Ancient Germanic
Means "noble sacrifice", derived from Old High German adal "noble" combined with Gothic gild "sacrifice."
ADALGIS m Ancient Germanic
The first element of this Germanic name comes from Old High German adal "noble." 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]
ADALGISEL m Ancient Germanic
Derived from Old High German adal "noble" combined with gisel "hostage" or "pledge."
ADALGOD m Ancient Germanic
Derived from Old High German adal "noble" combined with Gothic guths "god" or Gothic gôds "good."
ADALGRIM m Ancient Germanic
Means "noble mask", derived from Old High German adal "noble" combined with Old Norse grîma "mask."
ADALGUND f Ancient Germanic
Derived from Old High German adal "noble" combined with Old High German gund "war."
ADALHAID f Old High German
Old High German name with the combination of adal "noble" and heit "kind, sort, appearance".
ADALHELM m Ancient Germanic
Means "noble protection", derived from Old High German adal "noble" combined with Old High German helm "helmet, protection".
ADALHER m Ancient Germanic
Means "noble army", derived from Old High German adal "noble" combined with Old High German hari "army."
ADALHILD f Ancient Germanic
Means "noble battle", derived from Old High German adal "noble" combined with Old Norse hildr "battle."
ADALIND f Ancient Germanic
Composed from the Germanic elements ADAL "noble" and LIND "linden tree, lime; shield (made of lime wood); gentle, soft".... [more]