Popular Greek names for girls and boys

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# Name Origin Meaning Gender
1 Abdera Greek From Abdera. F
2 Abderus Greek A friend of Hercules. M

3 Abellone Greek Masculine. F
4 Absyrtus Greek Brother of Medea. M
5 Abydos Greek From Abydos. M
6 Acacia Greek Guileless. Honorable. Biblical; acacia wood was used to build the wilderness Tabernacle. F
7 Acantha Greek Sharp pointed or thorned. F
8 Acastus Greek An Argonaut. M
9 Acestes Greek A Trojan king from Greek mythology. M
10 Achates Greek Figure in ancient Greek mythology who was the companion of Aeneas. M
11 Achelous Greek A river god. M
12 Acheron Greek River of sorrow/woe. M
13 AchiIles Greek Lipless. M

14 Achilles Greek The mythological hero of the Trojan War famous for his valor and manly beauty - his only weak spot was his ankle (hence Achilles' Heel). M
15 Acis Greek Lover of Galatea. M
16 Acnes Greek Chaste. F
17 Acrisius Greek Grandfather of Perseus. M
18 Actaeon Greek In ancient Greek mythology Actaeon was a hunter dismembered by his own dogs. M
19 Acteon Greek A hunter dismembered by his own dogs. M
20 Adad Greek Storm and flood god. M
21 Adapa Greek Figure in ancient Greek mythology. M
22 Adara Greek Beautiful. F
23 Adelpha Greek Dear sister. F
24 Adelphe Greek Dear sister. F
25 Adelphie Greek Dear sister. F
26 Admeta Greek From a tale of Hercules. F
27 Admetus Greek A king of Pherae. M
28 Adonia Greek Feminine of Adonis. Beautiful lady. F
29 Adonis Greek Handsome; a lord. Greek mythology; a youth beloved of Aphrodite. M
30 Adras Greek Manly. M
31 Adrastus Greek One of the attackers in 'The Seven Against Thebes'. M
32 Aeacus Greek Son of Zeus; grandfather of Achilles. M
33 Aedon Greek Daughter of Pandareos. F
34 Aeetes Greek Medea's father. M
35 Aegeus Greek Zeus' shield, which was made of goatskin. Also the name of the second husband of Medea. M
36 Aegis Greek Variant of Aegeus: Zeus' shield, which was made of goatskin. Also the name of the second husband of Medea. M
37 Aegisthus Greek Cousin of Agamemnon. M
38 Aegyptus Greek King of Egypt; father of the Danaides. M
39 Aello Greek A Harpy. F
40 Aeneas Greek Praiseworthy. Aeneas was the Trojan hero of Virgil's Aeneid, This name his been occasionally used since the Renaissance. M
41 Aeolus Greek Changeable; god of the winds. M
42 Aesculapius Greek God of medicine. M
43 Aeson Greek Father of Jason in ancient Greek mythology. M
44 Aethra Greek Mother of Theseus. F
45 Aetios Greek Eagle. M
46 Aetna Greek From Aetna. F
47 Agacia Greek Variant of Agatha: Good. St. Agatha was a 3rd century Christian martyr. Agatha was popular during the Middle ages. Famous bearer: twentieth Century British mystery writer Agatha Christie. F
48 Agafia Greek Good. F
49 Agalaia Greek Splendor. F
50 Agalia Greek Happy. F
51 Agamedes Greek Murdered by his brother for theft. M
52 Agamemnon Greek Leader of the Greek forces against Troy. M
53 Agapios Greek Love. M
54 Agata Greek Good. F
55 Agate Greek Good. F
56 Agatha Greek Good. St. Agatha was a 3rd century Christian martyr. Agatha was popular during the Middle ages. Famous bearer: twentieth Century British mystery writer Agatha Christie. F
57 Agathi Greek Good. F
58 Agathias Greek Good. M
59 Agaue Greek Good. F
60 Agave Greek Mother of Pentheus. Good. F
61 Agenor Greek Son of Poseidon. M
62 Aggie Greek Diminutive of Agnes: Poor, poor, or chaste. St. Agnes was a 3rd century Christian martyr whose January 21st feast day is described in Keats' poem 'The Eve of St Agnes'. Agnes was popular until the Reformation, then revived in the 19th century. F
63 Aglauros Greek A woman who was turned into stone by Hermes. F
64 Agna Greek Pure. F
65 Agnek Greek Pure. F
66 Agnella Greek Pure. F
67 Agnes Greek Poor, poor, or chaste. St. Agnes was a 3rd century Christian martyr whose January 21st feast day is described in Keats' poem 'The Eve of St Agnes'. Agnes was popular until the Reformation, then revived in the 19th century. F
68 Agnese Greek Pure. F
69 Agneta Greek Variant of Agnes: Poor, pure, or chaste. St. Agnes was a 3rd century Christian martyr whose January 21st feast day is described in Keats' poem 'The Eve of St Agnes'. Agnes was popular until the Reformation, then revived in the 19th century.Pure. F
70 Agotha Greek Good. F
71 Agueda Greek Kind. F
72 Ahellona Greek Masculine. F
73 Aiakos Greek Son of Zeus. M
74 Aidoios Greek Honored. F
75 Aigneis Greek Pure. F
76 Aindreas Greek Manly. M
77 Aindriu Greek Manly. M
78 Aineas Greek Praising. M
79 Aiolos Greek Change. M
80 Airla Greek Ethereal. F
81 Airlia Greek Ethereal. F
82 Ajax Greek Eagle. Also a figure in ancient Greek mythology. M
83 Akakia Greek Guileless. F
84 Akantha Greek Thorn. F
85 Akil Greek From the river Akil. M
86 Alandair Greek Variant of Alexander: Defender of men. Alexander the Great was a 4th century Macedonian king for whom the Egyptian city of Alexandria is named. Eight popes and three Russian emperors have been named Alexander. M
87 Alasd Greek Avenger. M
88 Alasdair Greek Variant of Alexander: Defender; protector of mankind. Famous Bearer: Alexander the Great. M
89 Alastair Greek Variant of Alexander: Defender; protector of mankind. Famous Bearer: Alexander the Great. M
90 Alaster Greek Variant of Alexander: Defender; protector of mankind. Famous Bearer: Alexander the Great. M
91 Alastor Greek Avenger. M
92 Alathea Greek 'Truthful.' Mythological goddess of truth. F
93 Alcestis Greek Name of a woman who gave her life to save her hushand. F
94 Alcina Greek Feminine of Alcinous. F
95 Alcinoos Greek Helps Odysseus return home. M
96 Alcinous Greek Helps Odysseus return home. M
97 Alcippe Greek Daughter of Ares. F
98 Alcmene Greek Mother of Hercules. F
99 Alcnaeon Greek One of the Thebes attackers. M
100 Alcyone Greek Daughter of Aeolus. F
101 Alcyoneus Greek Fought against Athene. F
102 Alcyoneus Greek Kingfisher. Alcyoneus fought against Athena in Greek mythology. M
103 Alddes Greek Descended from Alcaeus. M
104 Aldora Greek Winged gift. F
105 Alec Greek Diminutive of Alexander: Defender of men; protector of mankind. M
106 Alecta Greek Honesty. F
107 Alejandro Greek Variant of Alexander: Defender; protector of mankind. Famous Bearer: Alexander the Great. M
108 Alejo Greek Diminutive of Alexander: Defender of men; protector of mankind. M
109 Alek Greek Diminutive of Alexander: Defender of men; protector of mankind. M
110 Aleka Greek Aid. F
111 Aleko Greek Variant of Alexander 'defender of mankind.'. M
112 Alekos Greek Diminutive of Alexander: Defender of men; protector of mankind. M
113 Aleksander Greek Variant of Alexander: Defender; protector of mankind. Famous Bearer: Alexander the Great. M
114 Aleksandr Greek Defender of man. M
115 Aleksandur Greek Defender of man. M
116 Aleksy Greek Defender of man. M
117 Alena Greek Light. F
118 Alesandese Greek Defender of mankind. F
119 Alesandro Greek Variant of Alexander: Defender; protector of mankind. Famous Bearer: Alexander the Great. M
120 Alesia Greek Helper. F
121 Alessandre Greek Variant of Alexander: Defender; protector of mankind. Famous Bearer: Alexander the Great. M
122 Alessandri Greek Variant of Alexander: Defender; protector of mankind. Famous Bearer: Alexander the Great. M
123 Alessandro Greek Defender of man. M
124 Aleta Greek 'Truthful.' Mythological goddess of truth. F
125 Aletha Greek Truthful. Mythological goddess of truth. F
126 Alethea Greek Truth. Alethea became popular in the early 17th century when the future King Charles I courted Spanish Maria Aletea. Sometimes confused with the unrelated Althea.'Truthful.' Mythological goddess of truth. F
127 Aletheia Greek Honesty. F
128 Alethia Greek Truthful. Mythological goddess of truth. F
129 Alex Greek Diminutive of Alexandra: A feminine form of Alexander meaning defender of men, used in Britain since early 13th century. British King Edward VII's wife Princess Alexandra of Denmark. F
130 Alex Greek Diminutive of Alexander: Defender of men; protector of mankind. M
131 Alexa Greek Feminine form of Alexander: Defender of men, helper. Alexander the Great was a 4th century Macedonian king for whom the Egyptian city of Alexandria is named. F
132 Alexander Greek Defender of men. Alexander the Great was a 4th century Macedonian king for whom the Egyptian city of Alexandria is named. Eight popes and three Russian emperors have been named Alexander. M
133 Alexandina Greek Defender of mankind. F
134 Alexandra Greek A feminine form of Alexander meaning defender of men, used in Britain since early 13th century; it became popular after the marriage of the 1863 marriage of future King Edward VII to Princess Alexandra of Denmark. F
135 Alexandras Greek Defender of man. M
136 Alexandre Greek Variant of Alexander: Defender; protector of mankind. Famous Bearer: Alexander the Great. M
137 Alexandrea Greek Feminine of Alexander. Defender of mankind. F
138 Alexandria Greek Variant of Alexandra: A feminine form of Alexander meaning defender of men, used in Britain since early 13th century; it became popular after the marriage of the 1863 marriage of future King Edward VII to Princess Alexandra of Denmark. F
139 Alexandrina Greek Variant of Alexandra: A feminine form of Alexander meaning defender of men, used in Britain since early 13th century; it became popular after the 1863 marriage of future King Edward VII to Princess Alexandra of Denmark. F
140 Alexandro Greek Variant of Alexander: Defender; protector of mankind. Famous Bearer: Alexander the Great. M
141 Alexandros Greek Defender of man. M
142 Alexandrukas Greek Defender of man. M
143 Alexei Greek Defender of man. M
144 Alexi Greek Variant of Alexander. Helper, defender of man. F
145 Alexi Greek Diminutive of Alexander: Defender of men; protector of mankind. M
146 Alexia Greek Feminine form of Alexander: Defender of men, helper. Alexander the Great was a 4th century Macedonian king for whom the Egyptian city of Alexandria is named. F
147 Alexina Greek 'Defender of mankind; helper; defender.' Variant of Alexander. F
148 Alexine Greek 'Defender of mankind; Helper; defender.' Variant of Alexander. F
149 Alexio Greek Defender of man. M
150 Alexis Greek Feminine form of Alexander: Defender of men, helper. Alexander the Great was a 4th century Macedonian king for whom the Egyptian city of Alexandria is named. F
151 Alexis Greek Defender of man. M
152 Alicia Greek Honest. F
153 Alick Greek Diminutive of Alexander: Defender of men. Alexander the Great was a 4th century Macedonian king for whom the Egyptian city of Alexandria is named. Eight popes and three Russian emperors have been named Alexander. M
154 Alik Greek Diminutive of Alexander: Defender of men; protector of mankind. M
155 Alina Greek Light. F
156 Alisander Greek Variant of Alexander: Defender; protector of mankind. Famous Bearer: Alexander the Great. M
157 Alissander Greek Variant of Alexander: Defender; protector of mankind. Famous Bearer: Alexander the Great. M
158 Alistair Greek .Variant of Alexander: Defender of men; ruler. Also means avenger. M
159 Alister Greek Variant of Alexander: Defender; protector of mankind. Famous Bearer: Alexander the Great. M
160 Alistir Greek Variant of Alexander: Defender; protector of mankind. Famous Bearer: Alexander the Great. M
161 Alithea Greek 'Truthful.' Mythological goddess of truth. F
162 Alix Greek Diminutive of Alexandra: A feminine form of Alexander meaning defender of men, used in Britain since early 13th century; it became popular after the marriage of the 1863 marriage of future King Edward VII to Princess Alexandra of Denmark. F
163 Alix Greek Defender of man. M
164 Allissandre Greek Variant of Alexander: Defender; protector of mankind. Famous Bearer: Alexander the Great. M
165 Allistair Greek Variant of Alexander: Defender; protector of mankind. Famous Bearer: Alexander the Great. M
166 Allister Greek Variant of Alexander: Defender; protector of mankind. Famous Bearer: Alexander the Great. M
167 Allistir Greek Variant of Alexander: Defender; protector of mankind. Famous Bearer: Alexander the Great. M
168 Aloeus Greek Father of giants. M
169 Alpha Greek 'Firstbom.' The first letter of the Greek alphabet. F
170 Alpheus Greek River god. M
171 Alsandair Greek Variant of Alexander: Defender; protector of mankind. Famous Bearer: Alexander the Great. M
172 Alsandare Greek Variant of Alexander: Defender; protector of mankind. Famous Bearer: Alexander the Great. M
173 Altair Greek Bird. M
174 Althaea Greek Pure. F
175 Althaia Greek Honesty. F
176 Althea Greek Wholesome, from the verb meaning 'to heal'. Althaia was the Greek name for the marshmallow plant which was believed to have healing powers. Made popular by 17th Century Richard Lovelace's poem 'To Althea, from Prison''Pure; Wholesome. F
177 Altheda Greek Pure. F
178 Alyosha Greek Defender of man. M
179 Alyoshenka Greek Defender of man. M
180 Alysia Greek Bond. F
181 Alyssa Greek Rational. F
182 Alyx Greek 'Helper; defender.' Variant of Alexander. F
183 Amalthea Greek Woman who nursed Zeus. F
184 Amalthia Greek Woman who nursed Zeus. F
185 Amantha Greek Variant of Amarantha. A flower name. Variant of Samantha. F
186 Amara Greek Unfading. F
187 Amaranda Greek Flower. F
188 Amarande Greek Flower. F
189 Amarantha Greek Flower. F
190 Amaryllis Greek Sparkling. A flower name after the lily-like plants called Amaryllis; poetically used to mean 'a simple shepherdess or country girl', often given to country girls in classic literary works of Virgil and Ovid. F
191 Ambrocio Greek Immortal. M
192 Ambrose Greek Immortal. 5th-century British military leader Ambrosius Aurelianus was probably a prototype for legendary King Arthur. M
193 Ambrosia Greek Food of the gods. F
194 Ambrosina Greek Feminine form of Ambrose: Immortal. 5th-century British military leader Ambrosius Aurelianus was probably a prototype for legendary King Arthur. F
195 Ambrotosa Greek Immortal. F
196 Ambrus Greek Immortal. M
197 Ambruslne Greek Feminine form of Ambrose: Immortal. 5th-century British military leader Ambrosius Aurelianus was probably a prototype for legendary King Arthur. F
198 Amethyst Greek Jewel. Also Against intoxication.' A purple or violet gemstone. According to ancient Greek superstition an amethyst protected its owner against the effects of strong drink. F
199 Amhrosine Greek Immortal. F
200 Amphiaraus Greek One of the attackers of Thehes. M