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Name Meaning Gender Numerology
Aaron Lofty exalted high mountain Biblically, Aaron was Moses older brother and keeper by Gods command He was first high priest of the Israelites, remembered for the miraculous blossoming of his staBoy4
Abderrahim Boy7
Abele herdsmanBoy
Aberto Italian form of Albert nobleBoy
Abra Feminine of AbrahamGirl
Abramo Italian form of Abraham father of manyBoy
Abree Feminine of AbrahamGirl
Abri Feminine of AbrahamGirl
Abriana Feminine of AbrahamGirl
Abrianna Feminine of AbrahamGirl
Abrielle Feminine of AbrahamGirl
Abrienne Feminine of AbrahamGirl
Achille great painBoy
Achraf Noblest and most distinguishedBoy1
Adalberto bright nobilityBoy
Adalfieri noble oathBoy
Adalina nobleGirl
Adamo earthBoy
Adauto Stubborn, inflexibleBoy8
Adelaisa noble and sereneGirl
Adele NobleGirl9
Adelina noble and sereneGirl
Adolfo noble wolfBoy
Adreana DarkGirl
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
Adriana coming from or resident of AdriaGirl3
Adriano Dark Variant of Adrian From Adria The Adriatic sea regionBoy8
Adrienna dark-skinnedGirl
Agapeto beloved oneBoy
Agapito beloved oneBoy
Agata KindGirl
Agnella PureGirl
Agnese PureGirl
Agostina venerableGirl
Agostino venerableBoy
Aida happyGirl
Alan rockBoy1
Alanzo Form of Alphonse see AlfonsoBoy
Alba dawnGirl
Alberta bright nobilityGirl
Albertina bright nobilityGirl
Alberto beautifully by noble behaviorBoy1
Albina dawnGirl
Albinia White A feminine form of Albin, introduced into Britain from Italy in the early 17th century The name was frequently used by members of the aristocratic Cecil family and their descendantsGirl
Alcee Famous bearer Alcine is mistress of alluring enchantments and sensual pleasures in the Orlando poemsGirl
Alcina Famous bearer Alcine is mistress of alluring enchantments and sensual pleasures in the Orlando poemsGirl
Alcine Famous bearer Alcine is mistress of alluring enchantments and sensual pleasures in the Orlando poemsGirl
Alcinia Famous bearer Alcine is mistress of alluring enchantments and sensual pleasures in the Orlando poemsGirl
Alda Wise Elder Variant of AldoGirl
Aldene Wise Elder Variant of AldoGirl
Aldo Originally an Old German name meaning old Popular in Italy and among North American families of Italian descent Aldo was an 8th century saint Old or wiseBoy5
Alec Originally a diminutive of Alexander, now frequently used as an independent name, Alec became very popular in the middle of the 20th century because of British actor Sir Alec GuinnessBoy3
Alegra JoyfulGirl
Alessandra DefendGirl4
Alessandro Italian form of Alexander defender of manBoy9
Alessio Protector of menBoy8
Aletta WingedGirl
Alexander GuardianBoy3
Alexandra Feminine of Alexander Defender of mankindGirl8
Alfeo changingBoy
Alfia HonestGirl2
Alfonsina nobility alertnessGirl
Alfonso noble readyBoy
Alfredo Italian form of Alfred counselor of the elvesBoy
Alhena the ringsGirl5
Alice Of the nobility From the German Adalheidis meaning nobility, and the French Adeliz which is a form of Adelaide Used in Britian since the 12th century Alice became very popular in 1865 when Lewis CaGirl3
Alika Most beautiful NigerianGirl7
Aline Fair, good-looking Feminine of Allen or variant of HelenGirl5
Alisia Woman of noble stature, natureGirl6
Allecra Lively HappyGirl
Allegra Meaning cheerful or lively, related to the musical term allegro Allegra was the name given by the poet Byron to his illegitimate daughter born in 1817Girl
Alma Soul Rarely used before the 1854 Crimean War Battle of Alma, but subsequently very fashionableGirl
Alonso Form of Alphonse see AlfonsoBoy
Alonza Ready for battleGirl
Alonzo Form of Alphonse see AlfonsoBoy
Alphonso noble and eagerBoy
Alvin Wise friend From the Old English Aetheiwine, and also Aefwine, both meaning noble friend Various forms of Alvin in use after the Norman Conquest became surnames, and also first namesBoy4
Alvise glorious war heroBoy5
Amadeo Loved GodBoy
Amalea Hard workingGirl
Amalia From Amelia, a derivative of the Old German Amalburga meaning labour Hard workingGirl
Amando lovableBoy
Amaranta flower unfadingGirl
Amato beloved oneBoy
Ambra Amber ColoredGirl8
Ambrogio immortalBoy
Ambrosi Italian form of Amhrose immortalBoy5
Amedea to love GodGirl
Amedeo to love GodBoy
Amerigo industriousBoy
Amin Trustworthy, HonestBoy1
Amo The eagle rulesBoy
Ampelio vineBoy
Anakin warriorBoy5
Anas Friendly, neighbor, friend, friendlyBoy8


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