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Popular Baby Names , origin French

Name Meaning Gender Origin
Abella Breath. Female French
Absolon The father is peace, or father of peace. Form of Hebrew Absolom who was son of Old Testament King David. Became popular in the 12th century. Male French
Acel Adherent of a nobleman. Male French
Aceline Noble. Female French
Ada 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. Female French
Adalene Variant of Adela. Female French
Adalicia Of the nobility. Noble. Female French
Adalie Of the nobility. Noble. Female French
Adaliz Of the nobility. Noble. Female French
Adalyn Variant of Adela. Female French
Addie 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. Female French
Addy 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. Female French
Adela Good humor. Female French
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. Female French
Adele Good humor; Of the nobility. Noble. Female French
Adelia Of the nobility. Noble. Female French
Adelina Of the nobility. Noble. Variant of Adela. Female French
Adeline Variant of Adela. Female French
Adelisa Of the nobility. Noble. Female French
Adelise Forerunner of Alice. Of the nobility. Noble. Female French
Adelle Of the nobility. Noble. Female French
Adelynn Variant of Adela. Female French
Adilene Variant of Adela. Female French
Adora beloved one Female French
Adorlee Adored. Female French
Adreanna From Adria, the Adriatic sea region. Also means dark. Female French
Adriane From Adria, the Adriatic sea region. Also means dark. Female French
Adrianna From Adria, the Adriatic sea region. Also means dark. Female French
Adrianne From Adria, the Adriatic sea region. Also means dark. Female French
Adrien Variant of Adrian. 'From Adria.': (Adriatic sea region.). Male French
Adriene From Adria, the Adriatic sea region. Also means dark. Female French
Adrienne From Adria, the Adriatic sea region. Also means dark. Female French
Advent Born during Advent. Male French
Afrodille Daffodil. Female French
Agathe Kind. Female French
Agrican From the field. Male French
Ahndray Variant of Andre: Masculine; manly; brave. Male French
Aida Help. Female French
Aiglentina Sweetbrier rose. Female French
Aiglentine Sweetbrier rose. Female French
Ailie Diminutive of Alison: A 13th century variant of Alice meaning nobility. Now particularly popular in Scotland. Female French
Aimee Variant of Amy: Dearly loved; Beloved. From the Old French Amee, which derives from the Latin amatus meaning loved. Female French
Alain A form of the Celtic name Alan meaning harmony, stone, or noble. Handsome. Male French
Alaine Dear child. Female French
Alair Cheerful, glad. Variant of Hilary. Female French
Alavda lark Female French
Albaric Blond ruler. Male French
Albertina Feminine form of Albert. Female French
Aldrich Old or wise ruler. Male French
Aldrick Old or wise ruler. Male French
Aleron knight armor Male French
Alexandre French form of Alexander. Male French
Alexandrine Feminine form Alexandre. Female French
Alexis Feminine form Alexandre. Female French
Algernon With whiskers, bearded. In Norman times, when most men were clean-shaven, this nickname was given two mustache-wearing companions of William the Conqueror, one of whom was William de Percy, founder of the aristocratic Percy family. Male French
Algie Diminutive of Algernon: With whiskers, bearded. In Norman times, when most men were clean-shaven, this nickname was given two mustache-wearing companions of William the Conqueror. Male French
Algrenon Bearded. Male French
Algy Diminutive of Algernon: With whiskers, bearded. In Norman times, when most men were clean-shaven, this nickname was given two mustache-wearing companions of William the Conqueror. Male French
Alhertine Feminine form of Albert. Female French
Alice Variant 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. Female French
Alisanne Variant of Alice. Female French
Alison A 13th century variant of Alice meaning nobility. Now particularly popular in Scotland. Female French
Alita Winged. Female French
Alix A variant of Alice meaning noble. also a feminine form of Alexander meaning defender of mankind. Female French
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