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Name Meaning Gender Origin
Aldis From the old house. Male English
Aldn'd Wise or red haired man. Male English
Aldo Archaic. Male English
Aldora Noble. Female English
Aldous Variant of the German Aldo, an Old German name meaning old, or from the old house. Aldous has been common in Britain since the Middle Ages. Famous bearer: 2Oth century British novelist Aldous Huxley. Male English
Aldred From the Old English Ealdraed, meaning old counsel. Aldred was common before the Norman Conquest, and revived in the 19th century. Wise or red haired man. Male English
Aldreda Feminine form of Aldred: From the Old English Ealdraed, meaning old counsel. Aldred was common before the Norman Conquest, and revived in the 19th century. Wise or red haired man. Female English
Aldric Wise ruler. Male English
Aldrich Aged and wise ruler. Male English
Aldrik Wise ruler. Male English
Aldrin Old and wise ruler. Male English
Aldtun From the old manor. Male English
Aldus From the old house. Male English
Aldwin From the Old English Ealdwine meaning old friend. A common name in the Middle Ages.Wise friend. Male English
Aldwine Wise friend. Male English
Aldwyn From the Old English Ealdwine meaning old friend. A common name in the Middle Ages.Wise friend. Male English
Aldys From the old house. Female English
Alec Originally a diminutive of Alexander, now frequently used as an independent name, Alec became very popular in the middle of the 20th century because of British actor Sir Alec Guinness. Male English
Aleda Winged. Female English
Alen Variant of Alan: Fair; handsome. Also both a diminutive of Albert (noble, bright) and an abbreviation of names beginning with Al-. Male English
Aler From the alder tree. Male English
Aleta Winged. Female English
Alex Abbreviation of Alexander defender of mankind. Male English
Alexa Helper, defender. variant of Alexander. Female English
Alexandra Feminine of Alexander. Defender of mankind. Female English
Alexandrea Feminine of Alexander. Defender of mankind. Female English
Alexandria Feminine of Alexander. Defender of mankind. Female English
Alexandrina Feminine form of Greek Alexander meaning defender of man, common in Britain since early 13th century. Queen Victoria's first name was Alexandrina. Female English
Alexi Variant of Alexander. Helper, defender of man. Female English
Alexia Variant of Alexander. Helper, defender of man. Female English
Alexina Variant of Alexander. Helper, defender of man. Female English
Alexine Helper; defender. Variant of Alexander. Female English
Alexis Helper; defender. Variant of Alexander. Female English
Alfie Diminutive of Alfred: Sage, wise. From the Old English Aelfraed, meaning elf counsel. Also from Ealdfrith or Alfrid, meaning old peace. Handsome. Male English
Alford From the old ford. Male English
Alfred Sage; wise; elvin. From the Old English Aelfraed, meaning elf counsel. Also from Ealdfrith or Alfrid, meaning old peace. Famous bearers: Alfred the Great was a 9th-century king, Alfred Lord Tennyson was a famous 19th-century poet. Male English
Alfreda Variant of Elfreda: Elf strength, good counselor. From the Old English name Aelfthryth. Also a feminine form of Alfred, meaning sage, or wise, from the Old English Aelfraed, meaning elf counsel. Also from Ealdfrith or Alfrid, meaning old peace. Female English
Alfredo Variant of Alfred: Sage; wise; elvin. Male English
Alfrid Sage. Male English
Alfrida Elf counselor. Female English
Algar From the Old English name Aelfgar, meaning elf spear. Algar was common in the Middle Ages, and developed into the surname Elgar. Male English
Alger Variant of Algar: From the Old English name Aelfgar, meaning elf spear.In the 1930s, American government official Alger Hiss was accused of spying for the USSR. Male English
Alhhard Brave. Male English
Alhraed Divine counselor. Female English
Alhric Sacred ruler. Male English
Alhrick Sacred ruler. Male English
Alhrik Sacred ruler. Male English
Alice Of the nobility. From the German Adalheidis meaning nobility, and the French Adeliz which is a form of Adelaide. Used in Britian since the 12th century; Alice became very popular in 1865 when Lewis Carrol's Alice in Wonderland was published. Female English
Aliceson Son of All. Male English
Alida Variant of Alice: Of the nobility. From the German Adalheidis meaning nobility, and the French Adeliz which is a form of Adelaide. Female English
Alin Variant of Alan: Fair; handsome. Also both a diminutive of Albert (noble, bright) and an abbreviation of names beginning with Al-. Male English
Alisanne Variant of Alice. Female English
Alison Variant of Alice: Of the nobility. From the German Adalheidis meaning nobility, and the French Adeliz which is a form of Adelaide. Female English
Alison Son of All. Male English
Alissa Variant of Alice. Female English
Alisse Variant of Alice. Female English
Alita Winged. Female English
Alix Variant of Alice: Of the nobility. From the German Adalheidis meaning nobility, and the French Adeliz which is a form of Adelaide. Female English
All Diminutive of Alfred: Sage, wise. From the Old English Aelfraed, meaning elf counsel. Also from Ealdfrith or Alfrid, meaning old peace. Handsome. Male English
Allan Variant of Alan: Fair; handsome. Also both a diminutive of Albert (noble, bright) and an abbreviation of names beginning with Al-. Male English
Allard Brave. Male English
Allaryce Rules all. Feminine of Alaric. Female English
Allayne Variant of Alan: Fair; handsome. Also both a diminutive of Albert (noble, bright) and an abbreviation of names beginning with Al-. Male English
Allen Variant of Alan: Fair; handsome. Also both a diminutive of Albert (noble, bright) and an abbreviation of names beginning with Al-. Male English
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