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# Name Origin Meaning Gender
1 A'idah Muslim Visiting. Returning. Reward.. F
2 A'isha Muslim Variant of Ayisha: Life. Vivaciousness. Living. Prosperous. Youngest wife of the Prophet Muhammad.. F

3 A'ishah Arabic Lively. F
4 A'ishah Muslim Variant of Ayisha: Life. Vivaciousness. Living. Prosperous. Youngest wife of the Prophet Muhammad.. F
5 Aa'eedah Muslim Variant of A'idah: Visiting. Returning. Reward.. F
6 Aa'eesha Muslim Variant of Ayisha: Life. Vivaciousness. Living. Prosperous. Youngest wife of the Prophet Muhammad.. F
7 Aa'ida Muslim Returness.. F
8 Aabida Muslim Variant of Abida: Worshippess. Adoress.. F
9 Aadila Muslim Variant of Adila: Just. Honest. Equal.. F
10 Aafreeda Muslim Variant of Afreda: Created. Produced.. F
11 Aaleyah Muslim Variant of Aliyah: Exalted. Highest social standing.. F
12 Aaleyah Muslim Variant of Aleyah: Exalted. Highest social standing.. F
13 Aalia Muslim Variant of Alia: High. Exalted. Lofty. Sublimity.. F

14 Aamaal Muslim Variant of Amal: Hopes. Aspirations. Wishes.. F
15 Aamira Muslim Variant of Amira: Well populated.. F
16 Aaraa Muslim Variant of Ara: Embellishing. Adorning.. F
17 Aase Norse Tree covered mountain. F
18 Aatifa. Ateefa Muslim Variant of Atifa: Affection. Sympathy.. F
19 Aatoon Muslim Variant of Atun: Educator. Teacheress.. F
20 Aatun Muslim Variant of Atun: Educator. Teacheress.. F
21 Abaigeal Hebrew Gives joy. F
22 Abana Biblical Made of stone, a building. F
23 Abarim Biblical Passages, passengers. F
24 Abarrane Hebrew Feminine form of Abraham. Father of many. F
25 Abbey Hebrew Diminutive of Abigail: Father rejoiced, or father's joy. Gives joy. The intelligent, beautiful Abigail was Old Testament King David's third wife, described as 'good in discretion and beautiful in form. F
26 Abbie Hebrew Diminutive of Abigail: Father rejoiced, or father's joy. Gives joy. The intelligent, beautiful Abigail was Old Testament King David's third wife, described as 'good in discretion and beautiful in form. F
27 Abby Hebrew Diminutive of Abigail: Father rejoiced, or father's joy. Gives joy. The intelligent, beautiful Abigail was Old Testament King David's third wife, described as 'good in discretion and beautiful in form. F
28 Abdera Greek From Abdera. F
29 Abebe African Asked for (Nigerian). F
30 Abebi African Asked for (Nigerian). F
31 Abedabun NativeAmerican Sight of day (Chippewa). F
32 Abeer Muslim Variant of Abir: Fragrance.. F
33 Abeer Muslim Variant of Abir: Fragrance.. F
34 Abegayle Hebrew Gives joy. F
35 Abel-beth-maachah Biblical Mourning to the house of Maachah. F
36 Abel-maim Biblical Mourning of waters. F
37 Abel-meholah Biblical Mourning of sickness. F
38 Abel-mizraim Biblical The mourning of Egyptians. F
39 Abel-shittim Biblical Mourning of thorns. F
40 Abella French Breath. F
41 Abellona Danish Mannish. F
42 Abellone Greek Masculine. F
43 Abequa NativeAmerican Stays at home (Chippewa). F
44 Abeque NativeAmerican Stays at home (Chippewa). F
45 Aberfa Welsh From the mouth of the river. F
46 Abertha Welsh Sacrifice. F
47 Abez Biblical An egg, muddy. F
48 Abhirati Indian Mother of five hundred children; A mother goddess. F
49 Abhy Hebrew Gives joy. F
50 Abia Arabic Great. F
51 Abia Muslim Great.. F
52 Abiageal Irish Irish form of Abigail. Brings joy. F
53 Abiah Biblical The Lord is my father. F
54 Abib Biblical Green fruit, ears of corn. F
55 Abichail Hebrew Gives joy. F
56 Abida Muslim Variant of Abida: Worshippess. Adoress.. F
57 Abida Muslim Worshippess. Adoress.. F
58 Abigail Biblical The father's joy F
59 Abigail Hebrew Father rejoiced, or father's joy. Gives joy. The intelligent, beautiful Abigail was Old Testament King David's third wife, described as 'good in discretion and beautiful in form.' In the 1916 play The Scornful Lady, Abigail was a lady's maid. F
60 Abir Muslim Variant of Abir: Fragrance.. F
61 Abir Arabic Fragrant. F
62 Abir Muslim Fragrance.. F
63 Abishag Biblical Ignorance of the father. F
64 Ablah Muslim Variant of Ablah: Perfectly formed.. F
65 Ablah Muslim Perfectly formed.. F
66 Abra Arabic Lesson. F
67 Abra Hebrew Mother of many. F
68 Abra Italian Feminine of Abraham. F
69 Abra Muslim Example. Lesson.. F
70 Abree Italian Feminine of Abraham. F
71 Abri Italian Feminine of Abraham. F
72 Abriana Italian Feminine of Abraham. F
73 Abrianna Italian Feminine of Abraham. F
74 Abrielle Italian Feminine of Abraham. F
75 Abrienne Italian Feminine of Abraham. F
76 Abril Spanish The month April; symbolizes spring. F
77 Acacia Biblical Acacia wood was used to build the wilderness Tabernacle. F
78 Acacia Greek Guileless. Honorable. Biblical; acacia wood was used to build the wilderness Tabernacle. F
79 Acacia Spanish Honorable. In the Bible, acacia wood was used to build the wilderness Tabernacle. F
80 Academia Latin Named for Cicero's villa. F
81 Acantha Greek Sharp pointed or thorned. F
82 Acarnania Latin From Arcanania. F
83 Acca Anglo-Saxon From Acca. F
84 Accad Biblical A vessel, pitcher, spark. F
85 Accalia Latin Possibly from the Acca Larentia the shewolf who nursed the twins Remus and Romulus. F
86 Accho Biblical Close, pressed together. F
87 Aceldama Biblical Field of blood. F
88 Aceline French Noble. F
89 Acenath Egyptian Daughter. Biblical - Joseph's Egyptian wife. F
90 Achaia Biblical Grief, trouble. F
91 Achaicus Biblical A native of Achaia, sorrowing, sad. F
92 Acheflow ArthurianLegend White flower. F
93 Achim Biblical Preparing, revenging, confirming. F
94 Achor Biblical Trouble. F
95 Achsah Biblical Adorned, bursting the veil. F
96 Achshaph Biblical Poison, tricks. F
97 Acidalia Latin Named for Venus. F
98 Acnes Greek Chaste. F
99 Acnes Latin Chaste. F
100 Ada African First daughter. (Nigerian). F
101 Ada English Wealthy. Also from the Old German Eda or Etta, meaning happy. Introduced from Germany in the late 18th century. Also a diminutive of Adela, Adelalde, or Adeline. F
102 Ada French Diminutive of Adelaide: Nobility. French form of the Old German Adalheidis, a compound of 'athal' (noble) and 'haida' (hood). Adelaide, the capital of South Australia, was named after Queen Adelaide, 19th century King William IV's consort. F
103 Ada German Diminutive of Adeline and Adela: Sweet or pleasant; of the nobility. Noble. From the Old German 'athal' meaning noble. F
104 Ada Hebrew Ornament. F
105 Ada Teutonic Happy. F
106 Adabel Teutonic Lovely or happy. F
107 Adah African First daughter. (Nigerian). F
108 Adah Hebrew Beautiful. Ornament. The Old Testament wives of Lamech and Esau were named Adah. Used occasionally in English-speaking countries since the 16th century. F
109 Adain Welsh Winged. F
110 Adair Scottish From the oak tree ford. F
111 Adaira Scottish From the oak tree ford. F
112 Adairia Scottish From the oak tree ford. F
113 Adal German Sweet or noble. F
114 Adal Teutonic Noble. F
115 Adalbeorht English Noble. F
116 Adalbrechta English Noble. F
117 Adalene French Variant of Adela. F
118 Adalheida German Sweet or noble. F
119 Adali German Noble. F
120 Adalia German Noble. F
121 Adalia Spanish Of the nobility. Noble. F
122 Adalia Teutonic Noble. F
123 Adaliah Biblical One that draws water, poverty, cloud, death. F
124 Adalicia French Of the nobility. Noble. F
125 Adalicia German Of the nobility. Noble. F
126 Adalie French Of the nobility. Noble. F
127 Adalie German Noble. F
128 Adalie Teutonic Noble. F
129 Adalina Teutonic Noble. F
130 Adaline Teutonic Noble. F
131 Adaliz French Of the nobility. Noble. F
132 Adaliz German Of the nobility. Noble. F
133 Adalwolfa German Noble she wolf. F
134 Adalyn French Variant of Adela. F
135 Adamina Hebrew Feminine of Adam, meaning red, a reference to either the red skin or the red earth from which the Old Testament Adam was created (Genesis 2:7). F
136 Adamina Latin Of the red earth. F
137 Adan Irish Little fire. F
138 Adana African Her father's daughter. (Nigerian). F
139 Adana Spanish Spanish feminine of Adam. F
140 Adanna African Her father's daughter. (Nigerian). F
141 Adanya African Her father's daughter. (Nigerian). F
142 Adar Hebrew Fire. F
143 Adara Arabic Virgin. F
144 Adara Greek Beautiful. F
145 Adara Hebrew Fire. F
146 Adara Irish From the ford at the oak tree. F
147 Adara Muslim Virgin.. F
148 Adara Welsh Catches birds. F
149 Adda English Wealthy. F
150 Addeva Muslim Variant of Adiva: Pleasant. Gentle.. F
151 Addfwyn Welsh Meek. F
152 Addi Biblical My witness, adorned, prey F
153 Addie French Diminutive of Adelaide: Nobility. French form of the Old German Adalheidis, a compound of 'athal' (noble) and 'haida' (hood). Adelaide, the capital of South Australia, was named after Queen Adelaide, 19th century King William IV's consort. F
154 Addie German Diminutive of Adeline and Adela: Sweet or pleasant; of the nobility. Noble. From the Old German 'athal' meaning noble. F
155 Addien Welsh Beautiful. F
156 Addiena Welsh Beautiful. F
157 Addin Biblical Adorned; delicious; voluptuous F
158 Addy French Diminutive of Adelaide: Nobility. French form of the Old German Adalheidis, a compound of 'athal' (noble) and 'haida' (hood). Adelaide, the capital of South Australia, was named after Queen Adelaide, 19th century King William IV's consort. F
159 Addy German Diminutive of Adeline and Adela: Sweet or pleasant; of the nobility. Noble. From the Old German 'athal' meaning noble. F
160 Ade ArthurianLegend A mistress of Lancelot. F
161 Ade!a Teutonic Noble. F
162 Adeeba Muslim Variant of Adiba: Literary woman. Authoress. Cultured. Polite.. F
163 Adeelah Muslim Variant of Adila: Just. Honest. Equal.. F
164 Adeen Irish Little fire. F
165 Adel Teutonic Noble. F
166 Adela French Good humor. F
167 Adela German Pleasant; Of the nobility. Noble. From the Old German 'athal' meaning noble. Famous bearer: Adela was the name of one of British King William I's daughters. F
168 Adela Latin Of the nobility. Noble. F
169 Adelaide French Nobility. French form of the Old German Adalheidis, a compound of 'athal' (noble) and 'haida' (hood). Adelaide, the capital of South Australia, was named after Queen Adelaide, 19th century King William IV's consort. F
170 Adelaide German Sweet or noble. F
171 Adelajda Polish Polish form of Adelaide. Noble. F
172 Adele French Good humor; Of the nobility. Noble. F
173 Adele German Variant of Adela: Pleasant; Of the nobility. Noble. From the Old German 'athal' meaning noble. F
174 Adelheid German Sweet or noble. F
175 Adelheide German Sweet or noble. F
176 Adelia French Of the nobility. Noble. F
177 Adelicia Teutonic Noble. F
178 Adelina French Of the nobility. Noble. Variant of Adela. F
179 Adelina German Variant of Adeline: Sweet; of the nobility. Noble. From the Old German 'athal' meaning 'noble. F
180 Adelina Latin Latinized form of Adeline from the Old German 'athal' meaning noble. F
181 Adelina Spanish Noble or kind or winged. F
182 Adelina Teutonic Noble. F
183 Adelinda German Sweet or noble. F
184 Adeline French Variant of Adela. F
185 Adeline German Variant of Adela: Pleasant; Of the nobility. Noble. From the Old German 'athal' meaning noble. F
186 Adeline Latin Of the nobility. Noble. F
187 Adeline Teutonic Noble. F
188 Adelisa French Of the nobility. Noble. F
189 Adelisa German Of the nobility. Noble. F
190 Adelise French Forerunner of Alice. Of the nobility. Noble. F
191 Adelita German Sweet or noble. F
192 Adelita Spanish Kind or winged; Of the nobility. Noble. F
193 Adella Spanish Of the nobility. Noble. F
194 Adelle French Of the nobility. Noble. F
195 Adelle German Sweet or noble. F
196 Adelpha Greek Dear sister. F
197 Adelphe Greek Dear sister. F
198 Adelphie Greek Dear sister. F
199 Adelynn French Variant of Adela. F
200 Adelyte German Has good humor. F