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Aab (Dutch)
Aad (Dutch) [m]
 form of Adriaan
Aafje (Dutch) [f]
 form of Ave
Aafke (Dutch) [f]
 form of Ave
Aagje (Dutch) [f]
 form of Agatha
Aaike (Dutch) [mf]
 "stroking"
Aaliyah (Hindostan) [f]
 "peace"
Aaltje (Dutch) [f]
 form of Adelheid
Aamos (Hebrew) [m]
 ancient rules of both the North and the South kingdom of Israel
Aapo (Finnish) [m]
 form of Abraham
Aardvark (South African) [m]
 name of small animal
Aardwolf (South African) [m]
 (Proteles cristatus) small mammal related to hyena
Aargos [m]
Aaron (Hebrew) [m]
 Biblical name, brother of Moses, first high priest. May stem from "high mountain" (in Hebrew) or "messenger" (in Arabic).
Aaronman [m]
Aaronwell
Aaros [m]
Aart (Dutch) [m]
Aasta
Aatje (Dutch) [f]
Ab (Dutch) [m]
 Short form of Abraham
Aba
Aback [m]
Abacus [m]
Abacuss [m]
Abadan [m]
Abaddon [m]
Abagtha
Abajomy (Indian) [mf]
 "born for luck"
Abakus [m]
Abany
Abaris [m]
Abasi (Swahili) [m]
 "severe", "strict"
Abattoir (French) [m]
 "slaughter house"
Abayomi (Native American) [f]
 born to bring luck
Abb
Abba [mf]
 Swedish pop group, acronym of the first names of the members
Abbadin
Abbado [m]
Abbagail [f]
Abbaio (Italian) [m]
 "woof"
Abbashy
Abbe [m]
Abberley
Abbey
Abbey Moon
Abbey Road
Abbey Rose
Abbeygail
Abbeygale
Abbi [m]
Abbie
Abbiline
Abbis [m]
Abbo [m]
Abbot [m]
Abbott [m]
Abby
Abbyfeale (English) [f]
 English country
Abdel
Abdoel (Arabic) [m]
 "servant of"
Abdon [m]
Abdul (Arabic) [m]
 short of Abdullah
Abdullah (Arabic) [m]
 "servant of God". Muhammad's father.
Abe [m]
 Short form of Abraham
Abee [m]
Abel (Hebrew) [m]
 Biblical name, "breath", second son of Adam, brother of Cain (who murdered him).
Abelard [m]
Abele
Abelke
Abelone
Abeltje (Dutch) [m]
 short form of Abel
Abenije
Aber
Aberaeron
Aberconwy (English)
 Name of town
Abercrombie
Aberdaron
Aberdeen (English)
 Name of town
Aberdyfi
Aberhard [m]
Aberlady [f]
Abernathy [f]
Aberrant [m]
Aberystwith (English)
 Name of town
Abesque
Abhir (Hebrew) [m]
 "strong"
Abhlach [m]
Abi (English) [f]
 short form of Abigail
Abia
Abial
Abide
Abigail (Hebrew) [f]
 Biblical name, "father's joy", wife of Nabal, later wife of king David
Abigal [f]
 form of Abigail
Abigale [f]
 form of Abigail
Abigayle [f]
 form of Abigail
Abijah
Abilard [m]
Ability (English) [mf]
 "Being able to"
Abilyne
Abina [f]
Abiona [f]
Abiotic
Abir (Hebrew) [m]
 "strong"
Abira [f]
 form of Abir
Abisha (Hebrew) [f]
 "gift from God"
Abizanda
 "place"
Abke (Dutch) [f]
Ablaze [m]
Able [m]
 variant of Abel
Ablush
Abner (Hebrew) [m]
 Biblical name, "father of light", general of Saul and David
Abney
Abo [m]
Abode
Abol [m]
Abolique [f]
Abominable
Aboo [m]
Abooboome
Abor (Malays) [m]
 island
Abou [m]
Aboyer (French) [mf]
 "to bark"
Abra (Hebrew) [f]
 "mother of many nations" or short for Abracadabra
Abracadabra
 magical spell
Abraco [m]
Abraham (Hebrew) [m]
 Biblical name, "father of many", founder of the Israelites (through his son Isaac) and of the Arabs (through his son Ishmael).
Abrahas [m]
Abrak [m]
Abrakadabre
 Different way of writing abracadabra
Abram [m]
 form of Abraham
Abraxas [m]
Abraxass [f]
Abrazja
Abri
Abriachan
Abrial [m]
Abridge [f]
Abru [m]
Absa
Absalom (Hebrew) [m]
 Father of peace
Absalon [m]
Absolut (German) [mf]
 "Absolute"
Absolute
Abstract
Absy
Absyda
Abt (Dutch) [m]
 head of abbey
Abta
Abu
Abu Dhabi
Abucco [m]
Abyss
Ac (English) [m]
Acacallis [m]
Acacia
Acadia
Acajou
 type of wood
Acan [m]
Acar (Turkish)
 "clear"
Acarka
Acca
Accacia
 tree
Acceleration
Acco
Accort (French) [mf]
Accy
Acda
 Last name of Dutch artist
Acdc
 music group
Ace (English) [m]
 "highest rank", originally just a nickname
Acer
Acetate
Acha
Achae
Achaia
Achair
Achaldi
Achanty [f]
Achat
Acheron
Achil [m]
 form of Achilles
Achill [m]
 form of Achilles
Achilles (Greek) [m]
 mythical hero, killed Hector during the Trojan war and was killed by an arrow to his heel (the only spot on his body that was vulnerable).
Achim
Achlain
Achmed [m]
Achromic
Achse
Achsie
Achtung (German) [mf]
 "Attention"
Acim
Acira
Acita [f]
Acka
Acke
Acki
Acky [f]
Aco [m]
Acoma [f]
Acooda [f]
Acoya (Native American)
 Paequiu tribe
Acqua
Acquay
Acraig
Acros
Act
Actie (Dutch) [mf]
 "Action"
Action (English) [mf]
Actis
Active (English) [mf]
Actor
Actra
Acura
Acyra [f]
Ada (English) [f]
 short for Adelaide
Adah (Hebrew) [f]
 "beauty"
Adair [m]
Adal
Adalbert (German) [m]
 form of Albert
Adalgunde [f]
Adalie [f]
Adalo [m]
Adalwin [m]
Adam (Hebrew) [m]
 Biblical name of first man, "red earth". In Hebrew it's also the generic term for "man".
Adamo [m]
Adams [m]
Adante (Italian) [m]
 "with walking pace"
Adanté [m]
 form of Adante
Adanya (Nigerian) [f]
 "her father's daughter"
Adar (Syrian) [m]
 "ruler"
Adara [f]
Adare (Irish) [mf]
 village
Adatka
Adaz
Adda
Addams
Adder (Dutch) [m]
 "viper"
Addi (Greek) [f]
 short for Atalanta
Addict (English) [mf]
Addicted (English)
Addie (Greek) [f]
 short for Atalanta
Addis (Ethiopic) [mf]
 flower
Addison
Addler
Addy (Greek) [mf]
 short for Atalanta
Addynuff
Ade
Adeenah
Adel
Adela [f]
 short for Adelaide
Adelaide (French) [f]
 "noble person" form Teutonic Adalheidis. Name of wife of Otto the Great and also of wife of King William IV of England. An Australian city has this name too.
Adelain
Adelbert [m]
Adele (French) [f]
 short for Adelaide
Adelgrund [f]
Adelgund [f]
Adelgunde [f]
Adelheid (Dutch) [f]
 "noble person", see Adelaide
Adelicia
Adelin [f]
Adelina [f]
 form of Adelaide
Adeline [f]
 form of Adelaide
Adell
Adella
Adelrune
Adelson
Adelweiss
Adept
Adexi
Adham (Arabic) [m]
 "black"
Adhnuall
Adi
Adia
Adian
Adie
Adiero
Adieu (French)
 "good bye"
Adil (Arabic)
 "justice", stems from adala
Adilo
Adin
Adina (Hebrew)
 "slender", Biblical name of soldier.
Adinda [f]
Adinde [f]
Adine [f]
Adira [f]
Adischka [mf]
Adiunkt
Adja [f]
Adjan [m]
Adji [m]
Adle
Adler (German) [m]
 "eagle"
Admar
Admir
Admirable (English) [f]
Admiral (English) [m]
 military rank
Adnan
Ado [m]
Adoenix (Dutch) [m]
 Belgian dialect; "he doesn't do a thing"
Adolf (Teutonic) [m]
 from Adolphus
Adolfo
Adolph
Adolphus (Teutonic)
 "noble wolf"
Adon
Adonia (Hebrew) [m]
 Biblical name, son of David
Adonis (Latin, Greek) [m]
 Very handsome young man, loved by Venus (Aphrodite). From Semitic "lord".
Ador [m]
Adora (Latin) [f]
 "adoration", "glorious lady" from Adoracion
Adorabelle
Adorable
Adore
Adoree
Adorjan
Adoxa
Adra
Adrama
Adrastea
Adria [f]
 Feminine form of Adrian
Adriaan (Dutch) [m]
 form of Adrian
Adrian (Latin) [m]
 "of Hadria". Hadria was a town in northern Italy. Also a Roman emperor in the 2nd century.
Adriana (Dutch) [f]
 female form of Adrianus
Adriane
Adrianus (Latin) [m]
 see Adrian
Adriatic
Adrien (French) [m]
 form of Adrian
Adrienne
Adrin
Adrix
Adschi
Adso
Aducht
Aduco [m]
Aduke
Adva
Advance (English) [mf]
 "to improve"
Advantage (English) [mf]
Adventure (English) [mf]
 "exiting story"
Advocate (English) [mf]
Adwin [m]
Ady [f]
Aece [m]
Aedo
Aéghyr (Teutonic) [m]
 god of the sea
Aegina
Aegir (Teutonic) [m]
 god of the sea
Aegis
Aeik
Aelis
Aenas (Greek) [m]
 Trojan hero, went to Italy and became ancestor of the Roman. May stem from Greek Aineas "praise"
Aenn
Aenny
Aeolis
Aeolus
Aepke
Aepytus
Aeries (Greek) [f]
 Greek goddess of Chaos
Aeris
Aernie [m]
Aero [m]
Aerodactale (English)
 a flying dinosaur
Aeroek
Aeros [m]
Aerosmith (English)
 music group
Aerostatic
Aeryn (English) [f]
Aesa
Aesha [f]
 oriental princess
Aesirs
Aeska (Islandic) [f]
 "youth"
Aesop (Greek) [m]
 writer of fables, 6th century B.C.
Aetgdu
Aether
Aevita [f]
 form of Evita
Afar
Afazja
Afella
Afera
Affa
Affara [f]
Affe
Affection (English) [mf]
Affi
Affinity (English) [f]
Affra (African) [f]
 "dark"
Afgod (Dutch) [m]
 "idol", "false god"
Afi (African) [f]
 "born on Friday"
Afid
Afield (Dutch)
Afien
Afiks
Afine
Afir
Afisz
Afke [f]
Afon
Afra [f]
Africa (English)
Afrin
Afro
Afrodita (Greek) [f]
 Goddess
Afrodite
Afsari
Afton
Aga
Agaat (Dutch) [f]
 form of Agatha
Agama (Indonesian) [f]
 "faith"
Agamemnon (Greek) [m]
 king of Mycene, leader of the Greek in the Trojan war
Agana
Agape
Agard
Agassi [m]
 Last name of tennis player
Agath
Agatha (Greek) [f]
 "good" agathos. Sicilian martyr from the 3rd century, who spurned the advances of a Roman official. She was killed after being tortured and after her breasts were cut off. Also name of writer Agatha Christie.
Agathe [f]
 form of Agatha
Agbar
Ageeth [f]
 form of agatha
Agelius (Latin) [m]
Agent
Agga
Aggassi [m]
 Alternative way of writing Agassie
Agge
Aggi
Aggie (Dutch) [f]
Aggy
Agi
Agie
Agil
Agila
Agilate
Agile (English)
Agilis
Agility (English)
Agima (Czech) [f]
Agimar
Agincourt
Agip
Agis
Agnes (Greek) [f]
 "chaste" (hagnos). Roman emperor Diocletian martyred this virgin saint. Saint is often depicted with a lamb because of the association with the Latin agnus (lamb).
Agni
Agno
Ago
Agon
Agoni
Agoon (Greek)
 "match", "contest"
Agos [m]
 see Argos
Agro
Aguiar
Ahab
Ahadi (African) [m]
 king
Ahas
Ahimsa
Ahiti
Ahoi
Ahrodie
Ahsra
Aia
Aibe
Aibo [m]
Aic
Aica
Aicama
Aicha (Moroccan) [f]
 queen of sabbath
Aichel [f]
Aicira (Spanish) [f]
Aick
Aicka
Aicko
Aico
Aida
Aidam
Aidan [m]
 Pet form of Aodh, a 7th century Irish monk.
Aide
Aideen (Irish) [f]
 form of Eadaoin, goddess of beauty
Aidi
Aido
Aiga
Aigir [m]
Aiicha [f]
Aija
Aik
Aika (Japanese) [f]
 "friend of man" from Aiko
Aïkas [m]
Aike [f]
Aiki [f]
Aikman
Aiko
Aila [f]
Ailas
Ailbhe (Irish) [f]
 "olive"
Aile
Aileen [f]
Ailey
Ailie
Ailin
Ailis (Irish) [f]
 form of Adelaide
Ailisa
Ailke
Aillish
Ailsa (Scottish) [f]
 island
Aiman
Aimany [f]
Aime (French) [f]
 "to love"
Aimé [f]
 form of Amy
Aimee [f]
Aimeé (French) [f]
 form of Amy
Aimi
Aimiro
Aimo [m]
 form of Amy
Aimú
Aimy
Ainca [f]
Aine (Irish) [f]
 form of Ann
Ainnir (Gaelic) [f]
 "young woman, girl"
Aino (Finnish) [m]
 "unique"
Aiobh (Irish) [f]
 form of Eve
Aioe
Aira
Airco (Dutch) [mf]
 short for air-conditioning
Airidh
Airien
Airin
Airon [m]
Airy
Aisa
Aischa
Aischaja
Aische
Aischie
Aisha (Egyptan) [f]
Aisla
Aisling (Irish) [f]
 "dream", "vision"
Aislinn (Gaelic) [f]
 "dream"
Aislyn (Irish)
Ait
Aithor
Aïtor (Spanish) [m]
 "leader of a tribe"
Aivy [f]
Aiyana (English) [f]
 "ever lasting blossom"
Aize
Aj
Aja
Ajax (Greek) [m]
 Mythical hero
Ajay
Ajdgas (Italian) [mf]
Ajia
Ajoles [m]
Ajsa
Ajska
Ajuscha [f]
Ajuz
AK
Aka (Japanese) [mf]
 "red"
Akacho
Akai
Akakaru
Akapi
Akar
Akaran
Akash
Akasha (Egyptan) [f]
 "ruler of all life"
Akayla
Akayna
Akbar
Akco
Akea
Akebono [m]
Akee
Akeela [mf]
 wulf from book Mowgli
Akeeta
Akelei
Akemi (Japanese) [f]
 "bright beautiful"
Aki (Japanese) [m]
 "autumn" or from Kiashishigi, the bird wandering tattler.
Akia
Akiata
Akiba (African) [f]
Akil (Sanskrit) [m]
 "king"
Akilah
Akili
Akim
Akima
Akin
Akina [f]
Akino [m]
Akira (Japanese, Egyptian) [m]
 "intelligent"(Japanese); "beauty of the moon" (Egyptian)
Akita (Native American) [f]
 "protector"
Akiyo Mitsu (Japanese) [f]
 "bright light"
Akja
Akjo (Norwegian) [m]
Akka
Akke
Akki (Dutch)
Akko [m]
Akky
Akla
Akmal
Ako
Akro
Aksel
Aku
Akuma (Japanese) [m]
 "devil"
Aky
Akyra
Al [m]
 short form of Albert
Ala
Alabama (English) [mf]
 state of USA
Alacrity
Aladar [m]
 from Disney movie Dinosaur
Aladdin [m]
 Main character of one of the stories of 1001 nights
Aladin
 Main character of one of the stories of 1001 nights
Alagro
Alaika
Alain (French) [m]
 see Alan
Alaina (French) [f]
 feminine form of Alain
Alamo
Alan [m]
 might mean "peace", "handsome", "hound" or "rock" (Celtic).
Alana [f]
 feminine form of Alan. Sister of Ariel in the movie 'The Little Mermaid'
Alanda (English) [f]
Alani (Hawaian) [f]
 orangetree
Alanis
Alannah (Irish) [f]
 "beautiful", "darling"
Alaric (Teutonic) [m]
 "ruler of all" or "noble ruler". King of the Visigoths from 5th century. He ransacked Rome.
Alarich
Alarick
Alary
Alaska (English)
 State of USA
Alasko
Alastair
Alastor (Greek) [m]
Alax
Alayka [f]
Alba (Latin)
 "white", "blank". Region in Italy. First British martyr (4th century).
Albatros
 bird
Albe
Alberik
Albert (Teutonic) [m]
 "noble bright" from Teutonic adal and beraht.
Alberta [f]
 feminine form of Albert.
Albertin
Alberto (Italian, Spanish) [m]
 form of Albert
Albi
Albie
Albin [m]
Albino (Dutch) [mf]
 "white"
Albo
Albrecht (Dutch) [m]
Albus (Latin) [m]
 "white"
Alby
Alc
Alca (German) [f]
Alcatraz
 infamous prison
Alcazor [m]
Alchemy (English)
Alcibiades (Greek) [m]
 general and statesman from Athens, 450-404 B.C.
Alco (German) [f]
Alcor
Alcott [m]
Alda [f]
Aldanti
Aldas
Aldel
Aldisa
Aldith
Aldo (Teutonic) [m]
 "noble"
Aldonna [f]
Aldor [m]
Aldora (Turkish) [f]
 "mother of language"
Aldore
Aldridge [m]
Alec [m]
 short for Alexander
Aleck
Alecto [m]
Alectory
Aled
Alef
Alegra [f]
Alegre
Alegria [f]
Aleijnikow [m]
Aleix
Alejandro (Spanish) [m]
Aleline [f]
Alen
Alena [f]
Alenka
Alert [mf]
Alesi
Aleska
 form of Alexa
Alessa (Italian) [f]
 form of Alexa
Alessi
Alessio
Alet [f]
Aletis
Alett [f]
 from Aleit which is short for Adelaide
Aletta [f]
 form of Alett
Alette
Alex [m]
 short for Alexander, Alexis or Alexandra
Alexa [f]
 feminine form of Alexis
Alexander (Greek) [m]
 "defending men". Alexander the Great, king of Macedonia, 356-323 B.C. Also name of emperors of Russia, kings of Scotland and Yugoslavia and eight popes.
Alexandra [f]
 feminine form of Alexander. Name of wife of the Russian czar Nicolas II.
Alexandria [f]
 feminine form of Alexander. Name of Egyptian city founded by Alexander the Great.
Alexei (Russian) [m]
Alexej
Alexia [f]
Alexis (Greek) [mf]
 "helper" or "defender"
Alexois
Alexus [m]
 form of Alexis
Alexys [mf]
 form of Alexis
Aleyna (Turkish) [f]
 "loved by God"
Alf [m]
 short for Alfred. Character from tv series.
Alfa
Alfalfa
 Vegetable
Alfar [m]
Alfgund
Alfher
Alfhild
Alfi
Alfie
Alfons (German) [m]
 German form of Alfonso
Alfonso (Teutonic) [m]
 "noble ready" or "battle ready". Name of kings of Portugal and of regions of Spain.
Alfra
Alfred (English) [m]
 "elf counsel" or "all peace". Name of 9th century king of Wessex.
Alfredo [m]
Alfy [mf]
 form of Alf
Alga
Alge
Alger (English)
 "elf spear"
Algrund
Algund
Ali (Arabic) [m]
 "lofty" or "sublime". Cousin of Muhammad and fourth caliph.
Ali Baba [m]
 Hero from 'Ali Baba and the Forty Thieves'.
Alia
Alias [mf]
Alibi
Alibrie
Alic
Alice [f]
 short form of Adalheidis (see Adelaide). Heroine from 'Alice in Wonderland'.
Alicee [f]
Alicia (Latin) [f]
 Latinized form of Alice
Alida [f]
 form of Adelaide
Alidas
Alie [f]
Alieke
Alien (English) [mf]
 stranger, creature from outer space
Alies
Aliesha
Alieze
Alika
Alin
Alina [f]
Alinda [f]
Aline [f]
 form of Adeline
Alis
Alischa [f]
 form of Alicia
Alisdair
Aliso [f]
Alison (Norman) [mf]
 ancient form of Alice (medieval Norman)
Alissa (Dutch) [f]
Alistair
Alister [mf]
 from Alistair, which is Gaelic for Alexander
Alito
Alix [m]
Alizay
Alizee (French) [f]
 "trade wind"
Alizka (Hungarian) [f]
Alja (Hebrew) [m]
 from Aliyah "to ascend"
Aljoscha
Alk
Alka
Alkaida [mf]
Alke
Alki
Alko
Alkos
Alkyra
Alladin
Allah [m]
Allan [m]
 form of Alan
Allana
Allanah
Allbright
Allegra (Italian) [f]
 "cheerful" or "lively"
Allegria (Spanish) [mf]
 "joy"
Allegro (Italian) [m]
 see Allegra
Allen
Allesia [f]
Alletta [f]
Allfa
Alli
Alliage
Alliah [mf]
Alliance
Alliara [f]
Allias
Allie [f]
 form of Alison
Allin
Allina [f]
Alline [f]
Allis
Allison
Allo [m]
Alloway
Allstar
Ally [f]
 form of Alison
Allyop
Allyson (English) [f]
Alm
Alma (Latin, Spanish) [f]
 "nourishing" (Latin) or "the soul" (Spanish)
Almala [f]
Almi
Almien
Almighty (English) [mf]
Almo
Almoe [mf]
Almondjoy (English) [mf]
Alnwick
Aloa
Aloha
Alois (German) [m]
 form of Aloysius
Aloise [f]
Alona [f]
Alondra [f]
Alonso (Italian, Spanish) [m]
 form of Alfonso
Alors Elegance
Aloutte
Aloysius (Latin) [m]
 latinized form of Louis
Alpaca
Alpha (Greek) [f]
 "leader"
Alphen
Alphy
Alpine [mf]
Alraune
Alrick
Alroy [m]
Alrun [m]
Alrune
Alruth
Alscha
Alstar
Alster
Alta
Altai (Mongolian) [m]
 mountain
Altair
Altaj
Alte
Alte Lotte [f]
Altea [f]
Altena [f]
Alter Ego
Altero
Altesse (Dutch) [f]
 "Highness"
Althea (Greek) [f]
 "healer". Woman in mythology. Was given a burning piece of wood and was told that her son would live as long as the wood kept burning. Also anti-cough medicine
Altin (Turkish) [mf]
 "gold"
Alto [m]
Altrud [f]
Alun
Aluna
Alure [mf]
Alva [m]
Alvara (Spanish) [f]
 "protector"
Alvaro (Spanish) [m]
 "protector"
Alve
Alvero [m]
Alvin [m]
 form of Elwin
Alvin Lee [m]
Alwa [f]
Always A Way [mf]
Alwill
Alwin [m]
 form of Elwin
Alwina [f]
 form of Elwin
Alwine
 form of Elwin
Alwisa
Aly
Alynda
Alys
Alysa [f]
 form of Alicia
Alyssa [f]
Alytha [f]
Alyx
Amabilis (Latin) [f]
 "loveable"
Amable (Latin) [f]
 "loveable"
Amadaous [m]
 form of Amadeus
Amadee [m]
Amadeo [m]
 form of Amadeus
Amadeus (Latin) [m]
 "love of God". First name of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
Amado
Amadoueur (French) [f]
 "flatterer"
Amaethon
Amai
Amaica [f]
Amaiya [f]
Amala [f]
Amalia [f]
Amaly [f]
Aman
Amanda (Latin) [f]
 "loveable"
Amande [f]
 form of Amanda
Amandia [f]
Amando
Amandus [m]
Amani (Native American) [m]
 "to speak the truth"
Amanzio
Amar [m]
Amara [f]
Amarante
Amarenz
Amaretto [f]
Amaricka
Amaris [f]
 "daughter of the moon"
Amaro
Amarok [m]
 "wolf"
Amaryllis (Greek) [f]
 "to sparkle". Heroine from Eclogues (poem by Virgil). Name of flower
Amata [f]
Amative
Amato [m]
Amatory
Amatus [m]
Amaya [f]
Amaz
Amazing (English)
Amazon [f]
Amazone [f]
 river in south America
Amba [f]
Ambar [m]
Ambarawa
Ambassador (English) [m]
Amber (Arabic) [f]
 "yellow". Fossilised tree resin
Amberley [f]
Ambika [f]
Amble
Ambo [m]
Ambor [m]
Ambos
Amboss
Ambra (Italian) [f]
 form of Amber
Ambras (Dutch) [mf]
 "fight"
Ambriel [f]
 angel of the zodiac sign gemini
Ambros [m]
 form of Ambrose
Ambrose [m]
 "immortal". from Latin Ambrosius which comes from Greek ambrosios. 4th century bishop.
Ambrosia [f]
 feminine form of Ambrosius
Ambrosius (Latin) [m]
 see Ambrose
Ambry
Amdos (Greek) [mf]
 "God of the sun"
Amedee
Amee
Amei
Ameila [f]
Amela
Ameli [f]
Amelia [f]
 form of Emily
Amelie [f]
Amenity
Amensia (English) [f]
Amer
Amethyst [f]
 from Greek "not drunk". Green gem was believed to be a remedy against drunkenness.
Amey
Ami
Amica (Latin) [f]
 "female vriend"
Amice (Latin) [m]
 "friend"
Amico
 amigo'
Amicone
Amie
Amiga (Spanish) [f]
 "friend"
Amigo (Spanish) [m]
 "friend"
Amigos (Spanish) [m]
 "friends"
Amin [m]
Amina (Arabic) [f]
 "truthful" or "safe". Mother of Muhammed.
Aminda [mf]
Aminka [f]
Amino
Amir (Arabic) [m]
 "prince"
Amira [f]
 feminine form of Amir
Amiro [m]
Amity (Spanish) [f]
 "girlfriend"
Amix
Amke
Amma [f]
Amman [m]
Amme
Ammi
Ammit
Ammo [m]
Ammon [m]
Amo (Spanish) [m]
 "master of the house"
Amoc [m]
Amon [m]
Amor (Latin) [m]
 god of love, sun van Venus
Amora [f]
Amore (Italian) [mf]
 "love"
Amored
Amorina [f]
Amoros [m]
Amoroso
 french soccerplayer
Amory
Amos (Hebrew) [m]
 "to bear". Biblical name, one of the small prophets
Amour (French) [mf]
 "love"
Amous
Amoy (Chinese) [f]
 "girl"
Ampersand [mf]
 the "&" sign
Amply
Ampton
Amra
Amras
Amrin [m]
Amrita [f]
Amrith
Amsel
Amsoe
Amuar
Amun
Amusette (French) [f]
 "little amusement"
Amvon
Amy (Latin) [f]
 "love"
Amys
Ana (Spanish) [f]
 form of Anna
Anabel
Anaconda [f]
 snake
Anaika
Anais (Spanish) [f]
 Catalan form of Anna
Anak
Anakin (English) [m]
 out of Star Wars
Anan
Anana
Ananda (Hindou) [f]
 "joy"
Anandi (Indian) [f]
Anardo [m]
Anastacia [f]
Anastasia (Greek) [f]
 "resurrection". Wife of Ivan the Terrible (Russian czar)
Anatevka [m]
Anatoli
Anatool
Anca [f]
Anchali
Anche
Anchi
Anchie
Anchy
Anco [m]
Ancona [f]
Anda [f]
Andalusia (Spanish)
 region in Spain
Andere [mf]
Anderl
Anders
Anderson [m]
Andes [m]
 mountain range in South America
Andi [m]
Andiamo [m]
Andie [m]
Andjin (Japanese) [m]
Andjing (Malays) [mf]
 "dog"
Andjoy
Ando [m]
Andor (Norwegian) [m]
 "eagle Thor". Thor was god of power and thunder.
Andorra
 small country in Europe
Andos (German) [f]
Andra (Swedish) [f]
 "second"
Andras (Hungarian) [m]
 form of Andrew
Andre (French) [m]
 form of Andrew
Andrea (Italian) [f]
 form of Andrew
Andreas (Latin) [m]
 form of Andres
Andree
 form of Andrew
Andrej (Russian) [m]
 form of Andrew
Andrew (Greek) [m]
 "man" from aner/andros.Biblical name of apostle who was crucified on an X-shaped cross. Also name of kings of Hungary.
Andro [m]
Android
 man-like machine
Andromache (Greek) [f]
 wife of Hector
Andromeda (Greek) [f]
 "person from Media". Media is a Persian city. A princess by the same name from mythology was rescued by Perseus.
Andros
Andruzzi
Andry
Andy [m]
 short for Andrew
Andycap
Andygumps
Ane
Anegma
Aneka [f]
Anelka [m]
 french soccerplayer
Anella [f]
Anemone (Greek) [f]
 "wind". Called after the flower.
Anet [f]
Aneta [f]
Anett [f]
Anette [f]
Anga
Ange
Angel (English) [mf]
 creature from heaven, from Angela
Angela (Greek) [f]
 "messenger"
Angelfire
Angelic (Latin) [f]
 "angel-like"
Angelica (Latin) [f]
 "angelic"
Angelika [f]
 see Angelica
Angelina [f]
 form of Angela
Angelique (French) [f]
 form of Angelica
Angelle [f]
 angel'
Angelo (Italian) [m]
 form of Angel
Angenis
Anger
Angera
Anggi (Native American) [mf]
 "hairy animal"
Angharad (Turkish) [f]
 "godness of Gods"
Angi
Angie [f]
Angkor
Angle (Welsh)
Angry (English)
Angstrom
Angus (Gaelic) [m]
 "one" or "choice". From Aonghus. Aonghus Og was Celtic god of love.
Angy
Angyal
Angyna
Ania (Russian, Polish) [f]
 form of Anna
Anida
Anie
Anik (Inuit) [mf]
 "little friend"
Anika [f]
Aniko (Hungarian) [f]
Anila (Danish) [f]
Animal (English)
Anina
Aninka
Anique (French) [f]
Anis
Anisette [f]
Anita (Spanish) [f]
 form of Ann
Anital
Anja (Norwegian, Swedish, Danish) [f]
 Form of Ann
Anjaa [f]
Anjabai
Anjali (Native American)
 "To give"
Anjana
Anje
Anjes (Dutch) [f]
Anji [f]
Anjie [f]
Anjin (Malay)
 "dog"
Anjing (Malays) [mf]
 "dog"
Anjo
Anjou (French) [m]
 region in France
Anjozien
Anjte
Anjuli
Ank (Dutch) [f]
Anka [f]
Anke (German, Dutch) [f]
 form of Anne
Anker
Ankh
Ankie [f]
Anklebiter
Anko [m]
Anmar [f]
Ann (English) [f]
 form of Hanna or Annabel
Anna (Latin) [f]
 form of Hannah. Mother of Maria; a prophet in Lucas II, 36
Annabel [f]
 form of Amabel
Annabell [f]
 form of Amabel
Annabella [f]
 form of Amabel
Annabelle [f]
 form of Amabel
Annabeth [f]
Anna-Donna [f]
Annag (Hebrew) [f]
 anna'
Annagh
Annalisa [f]
Annamara
Anna-marie [f]
Annan
Annchen
Anndi
Anne (French, English, Dutch) [f]
 form of Hannah. 17th century English queen. Mother of Elizabeth I.
Anneka
Anneke (Dutch) [f]
Annel
Anneler (French) [f]
 "curly hair"
Annelie [f]
Annelise [f]
Annelore [f]
Annelotte [f]
Annemarie [f]
 form of Anne - Marie
Annemiek [f]
Annerl
Annerose [f]
Annestatia [f]
Annet [f]
Annette (French) [f]
 form of Anne
Anni [f]
Annia [f]
Annic
Annie [f]
 form of Anne
Annika [f]
Annikkan
Anninka
Annique [f]
Annja [f]
Anno [m]
Annouschka [f]
Annouska [f]
Annuska
Annusuka
Annwen
Annwyl
Anny [f]
Ano
Anoebis (Egyptan) [mf]
 egyptian Godness of the death, mostly pictures as half dog/half jackal
Anoek [f]
 form of Anouk
Anoel
Anoesca [f]
Anoeska [f]
Anoki
Anomoly
Anona
Anonko [mf]
Anou [f]
Anouche [f]
Anouck [f]
Anouk (Inuit) [f]
 "polar bear", or form of Ann
Anous [f]
Anousca [f]
Anousch [f]
Anouschka [f]
Anouscka [f]
Anouska [f]
Anova [f]
Ans
Ansa [f]
Ansca (Hungarian) [f]
Anscha [f]
Anschi [f]
Anschie [f]
Anschy [f]
Ansco
Ansel
Ansha
Anshela [f]
 form of Angela
Ansly (English) [m]
Anso
Ansty
Anta [f]
Antaeus [m]
Antalya [f]
Antay
Antha [f]
Anthar
Anthea (Greek) [f]
 "flowery"
Anthopia [f]
Anthos (Greek) [m]
 "blossom"
Anti
Antigone (Greek) [f]
 daughter of Oedipus
Antis
Antje (Dutch) [f]
 form of Anne
Antoine
Anton (German, Russian) [m]
 form of Anthony
Antonino [m]
Antonio (Spaans, Italiaans) [m]
 form of Anthony
Antor [m]
Antras
Antrex
Antrim
Antschi
Anttu (Norwegian) [m]
Antuan [m]
Antwan [m]
Anty
Anu
Anubis (Egyptian) [m]
 god that takes away the dead
Anuk [f]
Anusch [f]
Anuschka [f]
Anusja [f]
Anya [f]
Anyak (Hungarian) [mf]
 "home"
Anza [f]
Anzo
Anzu
Aoifa (Celtic) [f]
 eva'
Aoife
Aonghais
Ap
Apache (Native American)
 Indian tribe; Parisian hoodlums
Apachi
Apachu
Apart
Aparte
Apasja [f]
Apex
Aphasia (Greek) [f]
Aphie
Aphra [f]
Aphrodite (Greek) [f]
 "risen from the foam". Goddess of beauty and love; mother of Eros.
Aphrodites [f]
 see Aphrodite
Apke [f]
Apo
Apoc
Apogee
Apoll [m]
Apolla
Apollo (Greek) [m]
 "destroy". Son of Zeus, god of the sun, music and arts
Apollonia [f]
 form of Apollo
Aponi
Apoyo (Spanish) [m]
 "support"
Appi
Appia
Appie [m]
Applause
Apple
Applebey
Applejuice (English) [m]
Appoll [m]
Appollo [m]
 see Apollo
Appolo [m]
 see Apollo
Apprentice (English) [mf]
 apprentice
Appy [m]
April (Latin) [f]
 "to open". 4th month, referring to opening of flowers in Spring
Apsu
Aquabelle [f]
Aquarius (Latin) [m]
 11th sign of the Zodiac
Aquavou [mf]
Aque
Aquila (Latin)
 "eagle"
Aquilla (Italian) [f]
 "genius"
Aquilo [m]
Aquina [f]
Aquino [m]
Aquinta [f]
Aquiva (Latin) [f]
 "beauty"
Aquy [f]
Ar
Ara [f]
Arabella (Latin) [f]
 "yeilding to pray"
Arabelle [f]
Arabesque
Aracaya
Arachna (English) [f]
 "spider"
Araf [mf]
Aragon
Aragorn [m]
 out of the book Lord of the Rings
Arah
Arail
Arak (Native American) [m]
 "bear"
Arakx
Aral
Aram [m]
Araminta
Aramis (German) [m]
Aran (Irish) [f]
 from the Aran Islands, west of Ireland
Arancha
Arandora
Arani
Arank
Aranka (Latin) [f]
 "made of gold"
Arankah (Hungarian) [f]
 "golden girl"
Arantxa (Spanish)
Arany (Hungarian) [f]
Aranyos (Hongarian) [mf]
Arap
Arapaho
Arare
Aras
Arashy
Aratos [m]
Arava
Arawn [m]
Arax [m]
Araz
Arazs [m]
Arbandon [m]
Arbella
Arbo [m]
Arbok
Arbora
Arbra
Arbtis
Arby (English) [m]
Arca [f]
Arcan [m]
Arch
Archer [m]
Archi
Archibald
Archie (Teutonic) [m]
 short form of Archibald, which means "genuinely bold"
Archil
Archimedes
Archy [m]
Arcia
Arcin
Arco [m]
Arcon [m]
Arcos [m]
Arctic [mf]
Ard [m]
Arda [f]
Ardagh
Ardan [m]
Ardanwen [m]
Ardency [m]
Ardes [m]
Ardi [m]
Ardine [f]
Ardley (English) [m]
Ardo [m]
Ardrine
Ardtje (Dutch) [m]
Ardy (Malays) [m]
Arec [m]
Aredine
Aref
Arek [m]
Arel
Arella [f]
Arena [f]
Arenka [f]
Areo
Ares (Greek) [m]
 god of war
Aresia [f]
 feminine form of Ares
Aretino [m]
Arex
Arf-arf [mf]
Arfryn
Arga [f]
Argant [m]
Argent
Argo [m]
 ship of the Argonauts
Argon (Latin) [m]
 colourless gas
Argos (Greek) [m]
 Odysseus' dog
Argum (Latin) [m]
 "silver"
Argus (Greek) [m]
 mythological creature, giant with many eyes, guard of Io
Arha [m]
Ari (Latin) [m]
 "eager"
Aria (Italian) [f]
 "song" or "melody"
Ariadne (Greek) [f]
 "most holy". Daughter of king Minos, let her lover Theseus escape from the labyrinth.
Arial
Ariana [f]
Ariane [f]
Ariba
Aribert [m]
Aribo
Arie [m]
Ariel (Hebrew) [mf]
 "lion of God". Spirit from 'The Tempest' by Shakespeare. Moon of Uranus. Character from the movie 'The little mermaid'
Ariël
Ariell
Arielle [f]
 form of Ariel
Arien
Aries (Latin) [m]
 "ram". Sign of the zodiac. The ram that supplied the golden fleece in Greek mythology.
Ariese [f]
Arieta [f]
Arietta [f]
Arif
Ariff [m]
Arik
Arika
Arikara
Arila
Arimbo [m]
Arin
Arina [f]
Arinka [f]
Arinyo
Arion [m]
Aris [m]
Arise [f]
Arissa [f]
Arista [f]
Aristo [m]
Aristocrate [mf]
Aristokrat [mf]
Aristotellis
Aristotle (Greek) [m]
 philosopher
Arit
Arius [m]
 denied the Divinity of Christ, convicted by the council of Nicea 325
Ariva [f]
Ariyana [f]
Ariza [f]
Arizona (English)
 state of USA
Arja
Arjan [m]
Ark [m]
Arka (English) [mf]
Arkan (Turkish) [m]
Arkanes [m]
Arkansas [m]
Arkasz
Arkham (English) [mf]
 the prison in the Batman Comics
Arkku
Arkle [m]
Arko (Dutch) [m]
Arkon [m]
Arkona
Arkos (Greek) [m]
Arkou [m]
Arkus [m]
Arla [f]
Arlecchino
Arlet [f]
Arlett [f]
Arletta [f]
Arlette [f]
Arlin [m]
Arline [f]
Arlo [m]
Arlondo
Arma [f]
Armageddon (Hebrew) [m]
 town mentioned in the Apocalypse (Rev 16:16)
Arman [m]
Armand (French) [m]
 form of Herman
Armanda (Spanish) [f]
 "fighter"
Armani
Armgard
Armika [f]
Armin (Teutonic) [m]
 "strong"
Arminius (Teutonic) [m]
 Teutonic king, leader of the revolt against the Roman empire
Armondo [m]
Armstrong [m]
Arn [m]
Arna [f]
Arnaq (Polish) [f]
 "woman, girl"
Arnaux [m]
Arne
Arnesa [f]
Arnhild
Arni [m]
Arnia [f]
Arnie [m]
Arnika [f]
Arnim
Arno (Dutch) [m]
Arnold (Teutonic) [m]
 "eagle power"
Arnout [m]
Arnoux
Arntrud [f]
Arny
Árnyék
Aro [m]
Aroek
Aroen [mf]
 fantasy name
Arohn [m]
Arola [f]
Arolas [m]
Arolf [m]
Aron (Polish) [m]
 form of Aaron, the lightened"
Aronos [m]
Aroon (Thais) [f]
Aros [m]
Arow
Arpa
Arpad (Hungarian) [m]
 "seed". Hungarian national hero. 9th century prince who lead the Magyars into Hungary.
Arpard
Arpatje
Arrak
Arran
Arras
Arrash [m]
Arraskaan [m]
Arrat
Arrax
Arrec
Arrek
Arrekeg
Arres
Arrex
Arri
Arria
Arribo
Arrie
Arrit
Arro
Arrok
Arrola
Arron
Arrow (English) [mf]
Arry
Ars
Arscha [f]
Arschwa
Arsenal
Arsha [f]
Arsno [m]
Arson [m]
Arsta [f]
Art [m]
 short for Arthur
Artair (Celtic) [m]
 "stone, bear"
Artan [m]
Artax [m]
Artemis (Greek) [f]
 goddess of the moon and hunting.
Artemus
Artesien
Artex
Arth
Artha (English) [f]
 arthur'
Arthos [m]
Arthur (English) [m]
 English king 6th century, famous for the round table
Arthus (Persian) [m]
Arti
Artiar (Celtic) [m]
 "bear"
Artic [m]
Artio [m]
Artist (English)
Arto [m]
Artof
Arton [m]
Artor [m]
Artos [m]
Artreo [m]
Artschi
Artur [m]
 see Arthur
Arturo
Artus [m]
Arty
Aruba
 Island near south America
Aruna [f]
Arunya
Arus
Arusha [f]
Arvak
Arvensis
Arvid (Scandinavian) [m]
 "eagle tree"
Arwen (Gaelic) [f]
 from Lord of the Rings
Arwin [m]
Arx
Ary
Aryana [f]
 form of Ariane
Arza [f]
Arzan [m]
Arzis
Arzo
Arzu
As
Asa (Hebrew) [mf]
 "doctor"
Asaf
Asahi
Asan
Asap (English)
 "as soon as possible"
Asarco
Asba
Asbach
Asbjoern
Asca [f]
Ascan
Ascha [f]
Aschi [f]
Aschie [f]
Aschja [f]
Aschra [mf]
Aschran
Aschwin (Teutonic) [m]
 "friend of Gods"
Ascia [f]
Asco [m]
Ascort
Ascot
Asdie
Ase [f]
Åse (Norwegian) [mf]
Asgar
Asgard [mf]
 Asaheim, residence of the Teutonic gods
Ash (English)
 "ash"
Asha [f]
Ashal
Ashanti [f]
Ashely [f]
Asher (Hebrew) [m]
 "happy", "fortunate"; son of Jacob and Leah in Old Testament
Ashes
Ashford [f]
Ashida [f]
Ashira [f]
Ashka
Ashla [mf]
Ashleca [f]
Ashley (English) [mf]
 "ash clearing", Old English.
Ashling
Ashlynn (Irish) [f]
Ashmara
Ashmodee
Ashmore
Ashna [f]
Ashra (Arabic) [f]
 "ten"
Ashwood
Asi
Asia (English) [f]
Asieta
Asita
Asja [f]
Asjar
Asjra (Russian) [f]
 see Ashra
Ask (Danish)
Ask Clarence
Aska (Islandic)
 "ashes"
Askam
Askan
Askania
Askari
Askaro
Aske (Norwegian) [mf]
Askem
Asker
Asket
Askher
Askhim [m]
Askhum [m]
Aski
Askia [f]
Askim (Turkish) [mf]
Askin
Askit
Asko [m]
Asky [mf]
Aslack
Aslak
Aslan
Asley [f]
Asmalya [f]
Asmar (Arabic) [m]
 "black"
Asmara [f]
 capitel of Eritrea
Asmin
Asmos
Asmus
Aso (Philippine) [mf]
 "dog"
Asoka
Asor
Aspa
Asparagus
 vegetable
Aspe
Aspen
Asphalt
Aspro (Greek)
 "white"
Aspros
Aspy
Asra
Asrha
Ass
Assa
Assan
Assard
Asse
Asset
Assi
Assia
Assie
Assini
Assita
Assja
Asslak
Asslan
Asso
Assoer
Assor
Assou [m]
 "dog"
Assuan [m]
Assunta (Italian) [f]
Asswan [m]
Assy
Assya
Asta (Scandinavian) [f]
 "beautiful god"
Astabilaac
Astana
Astar
Astelle [f]
Aster (Dutch)
Asteria [f]
Asterix (Latin) [m]
 "little start"; character from comic stories
Asti
Astie
Astin
Aston [m]
Astor (Norwegian) [m]
 "god Thor" (old Norse).
Astra [f]
 short for Astrithr (= "god beautiful)
Astraaike [f]
Astral
Astri
Astrid (Dutch) [f]
 form of Astrithr (see Astra)
Astrit [f]
Astritt [f]
Astrix [m]
Astro [m]
Astroa [f]
Astronomo (English)
Astuce (French) [m]
 "know-how"
Asty
Aswann (African) [m]
 "Black Stone"
Aswin [m]
Asya [f]
Asylum
Atak
Atalanta (Greek) [m]
 powerful hunter"
Atara (Hebrew) [f]
 "crown". Biblical name of wife of Jerahmeel.
Ate
Ateela
Ates (Turkish) [f]
 "flame"
Atessa
Atfessa [f]
Athan (Greek) [m]
Athaulf
Athea [f]
Athena (Greek) [f]
 goddess of wisdom and warfare.
Athene [f]
 see Athena
Athlet
Athor (Latin) [m]
 "God of joy"
Athos (Greek) [m]
 mountain
Athur [m]
Ati [f]
Atice
Atif
Atika [f]
Atila [m]
 see Attila
Atilla [m]
 see Attila
Atira
Atja
Atjeh
Atjerry
Atjoe
Atla
Atlanta [f]
Atlantis (Greek)
 Mythical city in the Mediterranean See
Atlar [m]
Atlas (Greek) [m]
 "bearer". Mythical giant who was punished by being forced to carry the world
Atlatus [m]
Atlet
Atlin
Atlo (Indian) [m]
 "lot of courage"
Atoll [m]
Atom [m]
Atos [m]
Atra [f]
Atrack (Dutch) [mf]
 Short for "attraction"
Atree
Atreju
Atreus
Atreyu [m]
 from movie Never Ending Story
Atrice [f]
Atrid
Atrin
Atta [f]
Attacke
Atte (Finnish)
Attention [mf]
Atti
Atticus [m]
Attie (Indonesian) [f]
 "sweetheart"
Attika (Greek)
 region around Athens
Attila [m]
 king of the Hun, 5th century; scourge of God
Attilas [m]
Atto [m]
Attoecha (Argentin)
 city name
Atty [fm]
Atze
Atzel
Atztek
Aubaine (French) [f]
 "good luck"
Aubrey (English) [f]
Auckland
Aud
Auda
Audacity
Audax
Audi
 car brand
Audia
Audifax
Auditor
Audrey (Teutonic)
 "noble strength". 6th century saint, killed by a tumour on her neck.
Audrina [f]
Audry
Auggie
Augie
Augten [m]
 form of August 10
August (English)
 8 month, after Roman emperor
Augustus (Latin)
 "great" or "venerable". Roman emperor and three kings of Poland
Auka
Auke (Dutch)
Aukje [f]
Aula
Aura [f]
Auralie
Aurasi
Aurason [mf]
Aurelie (Latin)
 "golden"
Aurenna [f]
Aureole
Auria
Aurikel
Aurora (Latin)
 "dawn". goddess of dawn
Auski
Aussie (English)
 short for "Australian"
Austen
Austin
 contraction of Augustine
Austri
Ausweg
Auther
Autor
Autumn (English)
 "fall" the season
Auyenna
Auzsha
Ava (Persian) [f]
 "water"
Avain
Avalanche
Avalon
Avance
Avancy [mf]
Avanti
Avar
Ave
Aveleen (Irish) [f]
 "hazel"
Aventi (Italian) [m]
 "go"
Averil (Celtic) [f]
 "bear", "battle"
Avery (French)
 form of Alfred
Aveyron
Avir (French) [m]
Avis (Latin)
 "bird"
Avita
Avium
Aviv (Hebrew)
 "spring"
Awa
Awal
Awel
Awela
Awina [f]
Awra
Ax
Axa
Axan
Axe
Axel (Teutonic, Scandinavian) [m]
 "divine reward" or form of Absalom
Axelle
Axi
Axis
Axja
Axl
Axle
Axo
Axs
Ay Man
Aya
Ayacura
Ayakura
Ayala (Spanish) [m]
 player of soccer club Valencia
Ayatoshi
Ayax
Aybo [m]
Ayca [f]
Aycka
Aycko
Ayda (Arabic) [f]
 in the moon
Aydin
Aydios
Aydos
Aye (Dutch (frysian)) [m]
Ayesha [f]
 "she"
Aygo (Japanese) [mf]
 car type of Toyota
Ayk
Ayka
Ayke
Ayko
Ayla (Hebrew) [f]
 godness
Aylah (Hebrew) [f]
 "born in the morning"
Ayleen
Aylen (Native American) [m]
Aynil
Ayok
Aypa [f]
Ayreon [f]
 Hardrockband
Ayres
Ayrish
Ayrton
Aysa
Ayscha
Aysha [f]
Ayshah [f]
Aysia
Aytra
Ayung
Ayur (Sanskrit) [mf]
 "to live"
Ayvi
Ayya
Aza
Azabuche (Spanish) [m]
Azah
Azar [m]
Azaria (Hebrew) [f]
 "helped by God"
Azazel
Azeem (Turkish) [m]
 "the great"
Azeka
Azenta [m]
Azerty [mf]
 first six letter keys of certain keyboard
Azia [m]
Azigo (African) [m]
Azim [m]
Azina
Azira (Turkish)
Azius
Aziz (Turkish) [mf]
 "loved one"
Aziza
Azizi
Azko
Azlan (Czech) [m]
 lion
Azlo [m]
Azoel [m]
Azor [m]
Azra
Azrael (Hebrew)
 "God helps". Angel who separates soul from body upon death.
Azrah
Azrean [mf]
Aztec
Azul (Spanish) [mf]
 "heaven blue"
Azura
Azure (Spanish) [m]
 "blue"
Azuree
Azuro
Azurra
Azurrra
Azza
Azzaro
Azzo
Azzof
Azzura
Azzuri
Azzuro
Azzy

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