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Name Meaning Gender Origin
Aethelmaer Noble or famous. Male English
Aethelmaere Infamous. Male English
Aethelreda Noble maiden. Female English
Aethelstun From the elfs home. Male English
Aethelthryth An Old English name from 'aethel' meaning noble and 'thryth' meaning strength. Female English
Aethelweard Noble protector. Male English
Aethelwine Friend of the elves. Female English
Aethelwyne Friend of the elves. Female English
Aetheston From the noble's hill. Male English
Aethretun Lives at the spring farm. Male English
Afreda Elf counselor. Female English
Aida Wealthy. Female English
Aiekin Oaken. Male English
Aiken Oaken. Male English
Aikin Oaken. Male English
Ailean Variant of Alan: Fair; handsome. Famous Bearer: U.S. actor Alan Alda. Male English
Ailin Variant of Alan: Fair; handsome. Famous Bearer: U.S. actor Alan Alda. Male English
Ailis Variant of Alice: Of the nobility. From the German Adalheidis meaning nobility, and the French Adeliz which is a form of Adelaide. Female English
Ain Merciful. Male English
Aindrea Feminine form of Andrew: Brave; Manly. Famous Bearer: Prince Andrew. Female English
Ainsley Derived from the Brittish Nottinghamshire place name of Annesley. From Ann's meadow. From the awe inspiring one's meadow. Female English
Ainsley Derived from the Brittish Nottinghamshire place name of Annesley. From Ann's meadow. From the awe inspiring one's meadow. Male English
Ainslie Derived from the Brittish Nottinghamshire place name of Annesley. From Ann's meadow. From the awe inspiring one's meadow. Female English
Ainslie Derived from the Brittish Nottinghamshire place name of Annesley. From Ann's meadow. Male English
Ainsworth From Ann's estate. Male English
Aisford Lives by the ash tree ford. Male English
Aisley From the ash tree grove. Female English
Aisley Lives in the ash tree grove. Male English
Aiston From the ash tree farm. Male English
Aiwyn Variant of 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 names. Male English
Akker From the oak tree. Male English
Al Variant of Alan: Fair; handsome. Also both a diminutive of Albert (noble, bright) and an abbreviation of names beginning with Al-. Male English
Alain Variant of Alan: Fair; handsome. Also both a diminutive of Albert (noble, bright) and an abbreviation of names beginning with Al-. Male English
Alan Fair; handsome. Famous Bearer: U.S. actor Alan Alda. Male English
Aland bright as the sun Male English
Alano Variant of Alan: Fair; handsome. Also both a diminutive of Albert (noble, bright) and an abbreviation of names beginning with Al-. Male English
Alanson Variant of Alan: Fair; handsome. Also both a diminutive of Albert (noble, bright) and an abbreviation of names beginning with Al-. Male English
Alao Variant of Alan: Fair; handsome. Also both a diminutive of Albert (noble, bright) and an abbreviation of names beginning with Al-. Male English
Alarice Rules all. Feminine of Alaric. Female English
Albany From Albany (the city). Male English
Alberic Variant of Aubrey: Rules with elf-wisdom. Introduced into Britain from France by Aubrey de Vere, a friend of William the Conquerer. De Vere's grandson became the Earl of Oxford. Male English
Albern Noble warrior. Male English
Albert Noble, bright. From the Old German name Adalbert. Famous bearers: Prince Albert was Queen Victoria's consort who gave enthusiastic support to the applications of science. Albert Einstein discovered the Theory of Relativity. Male English
Alberta Feminine form of Albert from the Old German Adalbert meaning noble and bright. The Canadian province Alberta was named for Queen Victoria and prince Albert's daughter Princess Louise Alberta, who was married to a former Canadian Governor General. Female English
Alberteen Noble. Female English
Albertina Feminine form of Albert from the Old German Adalbert meaning noble and bright. Albert became popular in England after Queen Victoria married Prince Albert in 1840. Noble, bright. Female English
Albertine Feminine form of Albert from the Old German Adalbert meaning noble and bright. Albert became popular in England after Queen Victoria married Prince Albert in 1840. Female English
Alberto Variant of Albert: Old English for brilliant; bright. Male English
Albertyna Noble. Female English
Albertyne Noble. Female English
Albie Variant of Albert: Old English for brilliant; bright. Male English
Albin Variant of Albert: Old English for brilliant; bright; white. Alban and Albin are English surnames probably based on Spanish/Italian place name Alba. Male English
Albina A feminine form of Albin, borne by a 3rd-century saint. The name was popular in Britain in the 17th and 18th centuries. Female English
Albrecht Variant of Albert: Old English for brilliant; bright; white. Alban and Albin are English surnames probably based on Spanish/Italian place name Alba. Male English
Albreda Introduced into Britain during the Norman Conquest, from an Old German name meaning elf counsel Was originally used for both sexes, but is now regarded as a feminine name. Female English
Alburn Noble warrior. Male English
Alburt Noble or bright. Male English
Alcott From the old cottage. Male English
Aldan From the old manor. Male English
Alden Variant of Aldwyn: From the Old English Ealdwine meaning old friend. A common name in the Middle Ages. Also wise friend, or from the old manor. Male English
Alder From the alder tree. Male English
Aldercy Chief. Female English
Aldhelm From the Old English Ealdhelm, meaning old helmet, common until the Norman Conquest, and revived in the 19th century. Male English
Aldis From the old house. Female English
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