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Name Meaning Gender Origin
Angerona Goddess of anguish. Female Latin
Angie Diminutive of Angelica: Angel; Like an angel. From angelicus meaning angelic. Female Latin
Anjali Angel; Messenger. Female Latin
Anjelika Angel. Female Latin
Ankara From Ankara. Female Latin
Anna Variant of Anne. Biblical; devout woman who saw infant Jesus presented at the temple in Jerusalem. Daughter of Dido. Female Latin
Anna Perenna Daughter of Dido. Female Latin
Annabel Variant of Amabel: Beautiful, loving, lovable. Female Latin
Annabella Beautiful, graceful. Latinized form of the English Annabel; a variant of the Latin Amabel. Sometimes interpreted as a Latin compound meaning 'hello beautiful. Female Latin
Annabelle Variant of Amabel: Beautiful, loving, lovable, graceful. Female Latin
Annabeth Variant of Anne. Biblical; devout woman who saw infant Jesus presented at the temple in Jerusalem. Female Latin
Annalee Variant of Anne. Biblical; devout woman who saw infant Jesus presented at the temple in Jerusalem. Female Latin
Annalisa Graced with God's bounty. Female Latin
Annalise Graced with God's bounty. Female Latin
Annalissa Graced with God's bounty. Female Latin
Annamarie Variant of Anne. Famous bearer: The Biblical Annomarie saw infant Jesus presented at the temple in Jerusalem. Female Latin
Anneliese Graced with God's bounty. Female Latin
Annelisa Graced with God's bounty. Female Latin
Annelise Graced with God's bounty. Female Latin
Annora honor Female Latin
Annunciata Announces. Female Latin
Anona From the Latin 'annona' meaning grain harvest. Also a compound of Ann and Nona. Famous bearer: British radio personality Anona Winn. Female Latin
Ansa Constant. Female Latin
Anse Constant. Female Latin
Antal prince Male Latin
Antandra An Amazon. Female Latin
Antigone Sister of Priam. Female Latin
Antoinetta Praiseworthy. Feminine of Anthony. Female Latin
Antoinette Praiseworthy. Feminine of Anthony. Female Latin
Antonella Praiseworthy. Feminine of Anthony. Female Latin
Antonetta Praiseworthy. Feminine of Anthony. Female Latin
Antonette Praiseworthy. Feminine of Anthony. Female Latin
Antonia Praiseworthy. Feminine of Anthony. Female Latin
Antonina Praiseworthy. Feminine of Anthony. Female Latin
Antonique Praiseworthy. Feminine of Anthony. Female Latin
Apollonia Belonging to Apollo. Mythology; Apollo was the Greek god of sun; light; music; and poetry. Female Latin
Apollonis One of the muses worshipped at Delphi. Female Latin
April blooming, opening Female Latin
Aprille Open. The month April; symbolizes spring. Female Latin
Apryl Open. The month April; symbolizes spring. Female Latin
Apryll Open. The month April; symbolizes spring. Female Latin
Apulia From the river Apulia. Female Latin
Aquilina Eaglelike. Female Latin
Aquiline Eaglelike. Female Latin
Aquitania From Aquitaine. Female Latin
Arabella Derived from 'orabilis' meaning yielding to prayer. Famous bearer: Lady Arabella Stuart was cousin of King James VI of Scotland. Also a variant of Amabel meaning beautiful, loving, lovable, graceful. Female Latin
Arabelle Derived from 'orabilis' meaning yielding to prayer. Famous bearer: Lady Arabella Stuart was cousin of King James VI of Scotland. Also a variant of Amabel meaning beautiful, loving, lovable, graceful. Female Latin
Arabia From Arabia. Female Latin
Araceli alter of heaven Female Latin
Aracelia Treasure. Female Latin
Arachne Turned into a spider by Minerva. Female Latin
Arcadia Adventuresome. Female Latin
Arcanania From Arcanania. Female Latin
Ardea From Ardea. Female Latin
Ardeen Ardent. Eager. Industrious. Female Latin
Ardel Ardent. Eager. Industrious. Female Latin
Ardelia zealous Female Latin
Ardelis Ardent. Eager. Industrious. Female Latin
Ardella Ardent. Eager. Industrious. Female Latin
Ardelle Ardent. Eager. Industrious. Female Latin
Ardene Ardent. Eager. Industrious. Female Latin
Ardere fire Female Latin
Ardina Ardent. Eager. Industrious. Female Latin
Ardine Ardent. Eager. Industrious. Female Latin
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