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Name Meaning Gender Numerology
Abel Breath son breathing spirit In the Old Testament, Abel was the son of Adam and Eve who was killed by his brother Cain in a fit of jealousyBoy2
Adam Red, a reference to either the red skin or the red earth of Eden from which the Old Testament Adam was created in Genesis 2 Famous bearer 7th century Irish St Adamnan, meaning little adam, was theBoy1
Adrian From the Latin Hadrianus meaning of Adria or of the Adriatic sea region Pope Adrian IV was a 12 century British Pope who became popular in the 1980s when Sue Townsend published The Secret Diary of ABoy2
Adrienn From Hadria, ItalyGirl2
Agnes chaste, pure, holyGirl1
Ahi my brother, my brethrenBoy9
Aida Happy Famous bearer The Ethiopian princess in Verdis opera Aida Also a Japanese surname runs across the fieldGirl6
Akos FalconBoy1
Alen beautifully by noble behaviorBoy5
Alex Abbreviation of the Greek name Alexander, meaning defender of mankind The name is common among English, German and Dutch speakersBoy6
Alexa Helper, defender variant of AlexanderGirl7
Alexander GuardianBoy3
Alexandra Feminine of Alexander Defender of mankindGirl8
Alicia Of noble birthGirl8
Amanda From the Latin word amanda, meaning lovable Literary poets and playwrights brought this name into popular usage in the seventeenth centuryGirl7
Ambrus immortalBoy2
Amina Truthful SwahiliGirl2
Andrea manlike, manly, braveGirl7
Anett Girl6
Angelika Like an angelGirl6
Aniko GraceGirl5
Anita Gracious, sweet and bitter, sadGirl9
Annabella Variant of Annabel Variant of the Latin Amabel Edgar Allan Poes poem Annahel Lee made the form Annabel popular throughout the English-speaking world in the 19th century The form Annabelle becameGirl8
Antal Both Antal and Anthony are derived from the ancient Latin name Antonius Scholars believe the meaning of that name has been lost However, among Hungarians, the name Antal is popularly believed to meaBoy3
Anton invaluableBoy1
Arden From The Eagle ValleyBoy6
Armand Army man soldier Famous Bearer romantic actor Armand AssanteBoy6
Armando Army man Variant of HermanBoy3
Arnold He who reigns as an EagleBoy1
Atilla Beloved fatherBoy1
Attila FatherBoy9
Avatar descendingBoy9
Babatunde Has Father returnsBoy7
Bader Full moonBoy3
Barbara Savage or wildGirl7
Barnabas Son of consolation or son of exhortation, son of comfort Famous bearer the biblical first century apostle Barnabas who accompanied St Paul on his early missionary journeysA biblical first-century mBoy4
Beatrix Bringer Of JoyGirl7
Bela She Of Fair SkinBoy2
Bence the blessedBoy2
Benedek the blessedBoy1
Benjamin son of happinessBoy5
Bernadett strong and brave as a bearGirl8
Bertalan Bumpy, roughBoy1
Bertold Variant of Berthold Bright strengthBoy4
Bettina God has swornGirl8
Bianka White shining A variant of the French BlancheGirl2
Blanka White blonde, Blank, WhiteGirl5
Boda HeraldBoy4
Bogi Girl6
Botond Boy7
Brenda swordGirl8
Carlos FreeBoy5
Christopher Christopher is an English given name for men It changed from a Greek name Christophoros, which means bearing Christ or Christ-bearer It is a combination of 2 Greek words Christos Christ andBoy4
Cintia A Portuguese version of the Greek name CynthiaGirl2
Cody DescendantBoy2
Csaba giftBoy8
Csenge calling for ClangGirl8
Csilla a starGirl2
Csongor Hunting BirdBoy1
Cynthia From KinthosGirl8
Dalma Girl4
Dani My judge is God, Near, nearBoy1
Daniel God is my judgeBoy9
Daniella God is my judgeGirl4
Danko Variant of Daniel God is my judgeBoy9
David David is a both used as a male given name and a surname, and is mostly a given name in English and French Hebrew origin The name was derived from the Hebrew name Dawid, which means Darling or BeBoy4
Davin belovedBoy5


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