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Popular Baby Names , origin Latin

Name Meaning Gender Origin
Ardinia Ardent. Eager. Industrious. Female Latin
Ardis fervent Female Latin
Ardra Ardent. Eager. Industrious. Female Latin
Arela Golden. Female Latin
Arethusa Daughter of Poseidon. Female Latin
Argenta Silver. Female Latin
Argentia Silver. Female Latin
Argentina Silver. Female Latin
Argolis From Argos. Female Latin
Aria beautiful melody Female Latin
Ariadna Daughter of Minos. Female Latin
Ariadne Daughter of Minos: pleases. Female Latin
Ariana Holy. Variant of Greek Mythological Ariadne who aided Theseus to escape from the Cretan labyrinth. Female Latin
Arianna Variant of Greek Mythological Ariadne who aided Theseus to escape from the Cretan labyrinth. Female Latin
Arianne Variant of Greek Mythological Ariadne who aided Theseus to escape from the Cretan labyrinth. Female Latin
Aricia From Aricia. Female Latin
Arietta Latinized form of the French Arlette. Female Latin
Arista harvest Female Latin
Aristodeme Daughter of Priam. Female Latin
Arley the bowman Male Latin
Armenia From Armenia. Female Latin
Armida Little armed one. Female Latin
Armilla Bracelet. Female Latin
Armina of a high degree Female Latin
Arne Mother of Aeolus III Boeotus. Female Latin
Arriana Variant of Greek Mythological Ariadne who aided Theseus to escape from the Cretan labyrinth. Female Latin
Arrosa Rose. Female Latin
Arrose Rose. Female Latin
Arsenia Feminine of Arsenio. Female Latin
Arva From the seashore. Female Latin
Arvia From the seashore. Female Latin
Asera From Asia. Female Latin
Asia Mother of Atlas. Female Latin
Assa Mother of Simon. Female Latin
Asta Holy. Female Latin
Astarte Phoenician goddess of love. Female Latin
Asteria Star. Female Latin
Astra From astralis meaning of the stars, derived from the Greek astron meaning star. Female Latin
Astraea Surname of Artemis. Female Latin
Astynome Daughter of Chryses. Female Latin
Atalanta A huntress. Female Latin
Atella From Atella. Female Latin
Athena Variant of Athene; the mythological goddess of wisdom and war. Female Latin
Athene Mythological goddess of wisdom and war. Female Latin
Atropos One of the Moirae. Female Latin
Atthis From Attica. Female Latin
Attica From Attica. Female Latin
Attracta Drawn to. Female Latin
Auburn fair Male Latin
Augusta Majestic, grand. The feminine form of Augustus; meaning majestic dignity or venerable, originally given to female relatives of Roman emperors. Famous bearer: British King George III's mother was named Augusta. Female Latin
Augustina Variant of Augusta: Majestic, grand. The feminine form of Augustus; meaning majestic dignity or venerable, originally given to female relatives of Roman emperors. Female Latin
Augustine Deserving of respect; majestic. Female Latin
Augustus exalted Male Latin
Aulaire Well spoken. Female Latin
Aulis A Praxidicae. Female Latin
Aundrea Feminine of Andrew. Female Latin
Aura Gentle breeze. Female Latin
Aurea Variant of Aurora: Aurora was the mythical Roman goddess of the dawn. This name became very popular after Charles Perrault wrote the fairy tale 'The Sleeping Beauty'. From aureus meaning golden. Female Latin
Aurelia gold Female Latin
Aurelie Golden. Female Latin
Aureline Golden. Female Latin
Aurelio gold Male Latin
Aurene Golden. Female Latin
Auriel Golden. Female Latin
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