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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.
ALFALFA m English (American)
A type of flowering plant. A notable fictional bearer of this name is Alfalfa Switzer from the series of early short films "The Little Rascals" also known as "Our Gang". There was a movie adaptation in 1994... [more]
ALPHARETTA f English (American, Archaic)
Derived from the name of a suburb in the American city of Atlanta, which itself is derived from ALFARATA
, the name of a fictional Native American girl in the popular 19th-century parlor song "The Blue Juniata"... [more]
APHMAU f English (American)
This name was used by a famous fictional charicter in the 21st century. This name was given by a fictional character named Aphmau.
ARCHIA f English (American, Rare), African American (Rare)
Derived from the surname of Archia
, which is by far the most prevalent in the United States and as such might possibly be a relatively new surname. Its meaning is currently unknown, but it is possible that it is derived from the masculine given name ARCHIE
ARLA f English (American)
Of uncertain origin and meaning. It might be a direct adoption of the Scandinavian name ARLA
; however, it is also possible that Arla arose as an elaboration or quasi-Latinization of ARLIE
ASSYRIA f English (American)
From the Latin Assyria
, from the Ancient Greek Assuria
(Ἀσσυρία), from the Akkadian Aššūrāyu
, from Aššur
, the ancient Akkadian capital named after the East Semitic god ASHUR
AUDERY f English (American)
Variant of AUDREY
. From 1880 to 2018, the Social Security Administration has recorded 495 babies born with the first name Audery in the United States.