Popular Latin names for girls and boys

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# Name Origin Meaning Gender
1 Abantiades Latin Descendant of Abas. M
2 Absyrtus Latin Murdered by his sister Medea. M

3 Academia Latin Named for Cicero's villa. F
4 Academicus Latin Name of a philosopher. M
5 Acarnania Latin From Arcanania. F
6 Acarnanus Latin From Acarnania. M
7 Acastus Latin Son of Pelias. M
8 Accalia Latin Possibly from the Acca Larentia the shewolf who nursed the twins Remus and Romulus. F
9 Accius Latin A Roman poet. M
10 Ace Latin First in luck. M
11 Achaean Latin A Greek. M
12 Achaemenes Latin A Persian. M
13 Achaemenius Latin A Persian. M

14 Achaeus Latin A Greek. M
15 Achates Latin A friend of Aeneas. M
16 Acheron Latin River of sorrow. M
17 Acheros Latin River of sorrow. M
18 Achilles Latin Hero of the Greeks. M
19 Achillides Latin Descendant of Achilles. M
20 Achivus Latin A Greek. M
21 Acidalia Latin Named for Venus. F
22 Acis Latin Son of Faunus. M
23 Acnes Latin Chaste. F
24 Acrisioniades Latin Descendant of Acrisius. M
25 Acrisius Latin Father of Danae. M
26 Actaeon Latin A hunter. M
27 Actaeonis Latin A hunter. M
28 Actaeus Latin From Athens. M
29 Actor Latin Son of Azeus. M
30 Actoris Latin Son of Azeus. M
31 Adamina Latin Of the red earth. F
32 Adela Latin Of the nobility. Noble. F
33 Adelina Latin Latinized form of Adeline from the Old German 'athal' meaning noble. F
34 Adeline Latin Of the nobility. Noble. F
35 Adok Latin Of the Adriatic. M
36 Adolf Latin Variant of Adolphus: Latinized form of the Old German Adalwolf' meaning noble wolf. Used by 17th and 18th century German royal families, and introduced into Britain by the Hanoverians. M
37 Adolfo Latin Noble wolf. M
38 Adolph Latin Variant of Adolphus: Latinized form of the Old German Adalwolf' meaning noble wolf. Used by 17th and 18th century German royal families, and introduced into Britain by the Hanoverians. M
39 Adolphe Latin Variant of Adolphus: Latinized form of the Old German Adalwolf' meaning noble wolf. Used by 17th and 18th century German royal families, and introduced into Britain by the Hanoverians. M
40 Adolphus Latin Latinized form of the Old German Adalwolf' meaning noble wolf. Used by 17th and 18th century German royal families, and introduced into Britain by the Hanoverians. M
41 Adora Latin Glory. F
42 Adorabella Latin Adored beauty. F
43 Adorabelle Latin Adored beauty. F
44 Adoree Latin Glory. F
45 Adoria Latin Glory. F
46 Adra Latin From Adria, the Adriatic sea region. Also means dark. F
47 Adrasteia Latin Unyielding. F
48 Adrea Latin From Adria, the Adriatic sea region. Also means dark. F
49 Adrean Latin Variant of Adrian: Black; dark; of the Adriatic. M
50 Adren Latin Variant of Adrian: Black; dark; of the Adriatic. M
51 Adria Latin From Adria, the Adriatic sea region. Also means dark. F
52 Adrian Latin Dark. F
53 Adrian Latin Black; dark; of the Adriatic. M
54 Adriana Latin Feminine form of Adrian, from the Latin Hadrianus meaning of Adria, or of the Adriatic. Also means dark. F
55 Adrianne Latin Feminine form of Adrian, from the Latin Hadrianus meaning of Adria, or of the Adriatic. Also means dark. F
56 Adriano Latin Of the Adriatic. M
57 Adrie Latin Of the Adriatic. F
58 Adrielle Latin From Adria, the Adriatic sea region. Also means dark. F
59 Adrien Latin Of the Adriatic. M
60 Adrienna Latin From Adria, the Adriatic sea region. Also means dark. F
61 Adrienne Latin Feminine form of Adrian, from the Latin Hadrianus meaning of Adria, or of the Adriatic. Also means dark. F
62 Adrik Latin Of the Adriatic. M
63 Adrina Latin From Adria, the Adriatic sea region. Also means dark. F
64 Adrion Latin From Adria.: (Adriatic sea region.). M
65 Adron Latin From Adria.: (Adriatic sea region.). M
66 Aea Latin From Aea. F
67 Aeetes Latin Medea's father. M
68 Aegaea Latin From the Aegean sea. F
69 Aegaeus Latin From the Aegean sea. M
70 Aegates Latin From the Aegates. F
71 Aegeria Latin Cumaean. F
72 Aegeus Latin From the Aegean sea. M
73 Aegidius Latin A Latin name based on the Greek word for kid or goatskin. M
74 Aegina Latin Mother of Aeacus. F
75 Aeginae Latin Mother of Aeacus. F
76 Aegisthus Latin Cousin of Agamemnon. M
77 Aegyptus Latin Brother of Daunus. M
78 Aemilia Latin The feminine form of the Roman clan name Aemilius. F
79 Aemilianus Latin From the Roman clan name Aemilius. M
80 Aemilius Latin Roman family clan name. M
81 Aeneades Latin Descended from Aeneas. M
82 Aeneas Latin Excellent. M
83 Aeolia Latin Daughter of Amythaon. F
84 Aeolius Latin Mythical keeper of the winds. M
85 Aeolus Latin Mythical keeper of the winds. M
86 Aeschylus Latin Athenian poet. M
87 Aesclapius Latin God of medicine. M
88 Aesculapius Latin God of medicine. M
89 Aeson Latin Father of Jason. M
90 Aethiops Latin An Ethiopian. M
91 Agacia Latin Latinized form of the Greek Agatha, meaning good. Popular during the Middle Ages. F
92 Agatha Latin Good. F
93 Agostino Latin Variant of August: Deserving of respect. M
94 Agosto Latin Variant of August: Deserving of respect. M
95 Agoston Latin Majestic. M
96 Agrafina Latin Born feet first. F
97 Agrafine Latin Born feet first. F
98 Agrippa Latin Colonist. M
99 Agrippina Latin Colonist. F
100 Agrippinae Latin Colonist. F
101 Aguistin Latin Variant of August: Deserving of respect. M
102 Agustin Latin Variant of August: Deserving of respect. M
103 Agustina Latin Majestic; grand. F
104 Agustino Latin Variant of August: Deserving of respect. M
105 Ajax Latin A Greek at Troy. M
106 Akilina Latin Eaglelike. F
107 Alacibiades Latin Name of an Athenian politician. M
108 Alaida Latin Winged. F
109 Alair Latin Happy. M
110 Alba Latin White. F
111 Alban Latin From Albanus meaning 'of Alba', the ancient Latin city Alba Longa, whose name derives from albus meaning white. St Alban was Britain's first martyr. M
112 Albano Latin White. M
113 Albany Latin Variant of Alban: From Albanus meaning 'of Alba', the ancient Latin city Alba Longa, whose name derives from albus meaning white. St Alban was Britain's first martyr. M
114 Albhda Latin Feminine form of Albin: From the Latin Albinus, meaning white.Variant of Alban: From Albanus meaning 'of Alba', the ancient Latin city Alba Longa, whose name derives from albus meaning white. F
115 Albin Latin From the Latin Albinus, meaning white.Variant of Alban: From Albanus meaning 'of Alba', the ancient Latin city Alba Longa, whose name derives from albus meaning white. St Alban was Britain's first martyr. M
116 Albina Latin Feminine form of Albin: From the Latin Albinus, meaning white.Variant of Alban: From Albanus meaning 'of Alba', the ancient Latin city Alba Longa, whose name derives from albus meaning white. F
117 Albinia Latin Feminine form of Albin: From the Latin Albinus, meaning white.Variant of Alban: From Albanus meaning 'of Alba', the ancient Latin city Alba Longa, whose name derives from albus meaning white. F
118 Albinus Latin White. M
119 Albion Latin White mountain. M
120 Albula Latin From the Tiber. F
121 Alcaeus Latin A Greek poet. M
122 Alcamene Latin Mother of Hercules. F
123 Alcimede Latin Mother of Jason. F
124 Alcippe Latin Mighty mare. F
125 Alcmena Latin Mother of Hercules. F
126 Alcumena Latin Mother of Hercules. F
127 Alddes Latin Descended from Alcaeus. M
128 Aldnous Latin Father of Nausicaa. M
129 Alecia Latin Variant of Alice. F
130 Aleecia Latin Variant of Alice. F
131 Aleesha Latin Variant of Alice. F
132 Alera Latin Eagle. F
133 Aleria Latin Eagle. F
134 Alerio Latin Eagle. M
135 Aleron Latin Eagle. M
136 Aleta Latin Winged. F
137 Aletta Latin Winged. F
138 Alewndrina Latin Defender of man. F
139 Alexandre Latin Defender of man. F
140 Alexandria Latin Defender of man. F
141 Alexandriana Latin Defender of man. F
142 Alexandrine Latin Defender of man. F
143 Alexandtea Latin Defender of man. F
144 Alexina Latin Defender of man. F
145 Alexine Latin Defender of man. F
146 Alexis Latin Defender of man. F
147 Alicia Latin A Latinized form of the German Alice, from Adalheidis meaning nobility. F
148 Alida Latin Winged; with wings. F
149 Alina Latin Of the nobility. Variant of Adelina. F
150 Aline Latin Of the nobility. Variant of Adelina. F
151 Alisha Latin Variant of Alice. F
152 Alishia Latin Variant of Alice. F
153 Alisia Latin Variant of Alice. F
154 Allina Latin Of the nobility. Variant of Adelina. F
155 Alma Latin Kind. Loving. The soul. Rarely used before the 1854 Crimean War Battle of Alma, but subsequently very fashionable. F
156 Almeta Latin Driven. F
157 Almy Latin Iegal. M
158 Aloma Latin Dove. Abbreviation of Paloma. F
159 Alta Latin Lofty. F
160 Aluld Latin Winged. F
161 Alva Latin White. F
162 Alva Latin White. M
163 Alvar Latin White. M
164 Alver Latin White. M
165 Alvern Latin Spring; greening. See also Elvern. M
166 Alvinia Latin White. F
167 Alvita Latin Lively. F
168 Alycia Latin Variant of Alice. F
169 Alyna Latin Of the nobility. Variant of Adelina. F
170 Alysha Latin Variant of Alice. F
171 Amabel Latin Beautiful, loving, lovable.Amabel was used frequently during the Middle Ages and briefly in the 19th century, and has now been largely replaced by the diminutive Mabel. F
172 Amabella Latin Variant of Amabel: Beautiful, loving, lovable. F
173 Amabelle Latin Beautiful or loving. F
174 Amabilis Latin Beautiful or loving. F
175 Amada Latin Variant of Amadeus: He who loves God. Famous Bearer: late composer Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart. M
176 Amadea Latin Loved by God. F
177 Amadee Latin Loved by God. F
178 Amadeo Latin Loves God. M
179 Amadeus Latin He who loves God. Famous Bearer: late composer Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart. M
180 Amadina Latin Worthy of God. F
181 Amadine Latin Worthy of God. F
182 Amadio Latin Loves God. M
183 Amadis Latin Loved by God. F
184 Amadis Latin Loves God. M
185 Amado Latin Loves God. M
186 Amalea Latin Hard working. F
187 Amalia Latin Industrious. Striving. F
188 Amalie Latin Hard working. F
189 Amanda Latin Lovable, worthy of love. Some scholars believe this name was invented by 17th century British dramatist Colley Cibber who gave it to a character in his play 'Love's Last Shift.' Noel Coward later named a character Amanda in 'Private Lives'. F
190 Amara Latin Beloved. F
191 Amare Latin Beloved. F
192 Amata Latin Latinized form of the French/English Amy meaning dearly beloved. Treasured. F
193 Amelia Latin Industrious. Striving. F
194 Amelinda Latin Hard working. F
195 Amelita Latin Hard working. F
196 Amias Latin Loves God. M
197 Amicia Latin Latinized form of the French Amice, which is from the Latin Amico meaning friend. F
198 Amilia Latin Hard working. F
199 Aminta Latin Protector. A 17th century literary invention inspired by the Greek name for protector. F
200 Amity Latin Friendly. F