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Name Meaning Gender Origin
Audric Old and wise ruler. Male English
Audrie Nobility; strength. Female English
Audrielle Nobility; strength. Female English
Audrina Nobility; strength. Female English
Audris Nobility; strength. Female English
August Variant of Augustus: Introduced to Britian by the Hanoverians in the early 18th century, became popular until the beginning of the 20th century. Male English
Augusta Feminine form of Augustus: Introduced to Britian by the Hanoverians in the early 18th century, became popular until the beginning of the 20th century. Female English
Augustus Introduced to Britian by the Hanoverians in the early 18th century, became popular until the beginning of the 20th century. Male English
Aundre Manly; brave. Modern variant of Andrew. Male English
Aurear Gentle music. Female English
Auriar Gentle music. Female English
Aurick Noble valor. Male English
Austen Variant of Augustine. Female English
Austen Variant of Austin: Developed in the Middle Ages from the Latin Augustine, meaning magic dignity, or venerable. Most common as a surname. Male English
Austin Developed in the Middle Ages from the Latin Augustine, meaning magic dignity, or venerable. Most common as a surname. Male English
Austina Variant of Augustine. Female English
Austine Variant of Augustine. Female English
Austyn Variant of Austin: Majestic. Male English
Autumn Born in the fall; The fall season. Female English
Ava Variant of medieval given names Avis and Aveline. Female English
Avah Variant of medieval given names Avis and Aveline. Female English
Avalee Variant of medieval given names Avis and Aveline. Female English
Ave Diminutive of Averill: Fighting boar. Male English
Avelina Variant of medieval given names Avis and Aveline. Female English
Aveline Variant of medieval given names Avis and Aveline. Female English
Avelyn Variant of medieval given names Avis and Aveline. Female English
Avena oats Female English
Averel Variant of Averill: Fighting boar. Male English
Averell Wild boar. Male English
Averil From the Old English Everild, which is derived from words meaning boar-battle. The modern from Averil evolved in the 17th century. Also means 'Opening buds of spring; born in April. '. Female English
Averil Wild boar. Male English
Averill Opening buds of spring; born in April. Female English
Averill Wild boar. Male English
Avery Feminine form of Avery: Counselor; sage; wise. Female English
Avery Counselor; sage; wise. Male English
Averyl Born in April. Female English
Averyl Variant of Averill: Fighting boar. Male English
Averyll Variant of Averill: Fighting boar. Male English
Avia Modern blend of Ava and Ana. Female English
Aviana Modern blend of Ava and Ana. Female English
Aviance Modern blend of Ava and Ana. Female English
Avianna Modern blend of Ava and Ana. Female English
Avice Believed to have been introduced during the Norman Conquest, based either on Old German names, or on the Roman name Avitius. Refuge in battle. Female English
Avira Variant of 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
Avis Believed to have been introduced during the Norman Conquest, based either on Old German names, or on the Roman name Avitius. Refuge in battle. Female English
Avlynn Variant of medieval given names Avis and Aveline. Female English
Avrel Variant of Averill: Fighting boar. Male English
Avrell Variant of Averill: Fighting boar. Male English
Avriel Opening buds of spring; born in April. Female English
Avril Opening buds of spring; born in April. Female English
Avrill Variant of Averill: Fighting boar. Male English
Avrill Opening buds of spring; born in April. Female English
Avryl Opening buds of spring; born in April. Female English
Avryll Variant of Averill: Fighting boar. Male English
Axton Swordsman's stone. Male English
Ayers Heir to a fortune. Male English
Aylmar Variant of Elmer: Noble. Male English
Aylmer Infamous. From the Old English Aethelmaer meaning noble and famous. Used as a first name during the Middle Ages, Aylmer later became more popular as a surname. Male English
Aylward Noble guardian/protector. Male English
Aylwin 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
Aymer Variant of Elmer: Noble. Male English
Ayrwode From the fir forest. Male English
Azura Sky-blue. Female English
Azure Sky-blue. Female English
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