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Popular Baby Names , origin Latin

Name Meaning Gender Origin
Aurielle Golden. Female Latin
Auriol Variant of Aurlel: Possibly a variant of the 17th-century names Aureola and Aureole which were derived from the Latin aureolus meaning golden. Female Latin
Aurlel Possibly a variant of the 17th-century names Aureola and Aureole which were derived from the Latin aureolus meaning golden. Female Latin
Aurora dawn Female Latin
Aurore 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
Aurum Golden. Female Latin
Austina Majestic. Female Latin
Austine Majestic. Female Latin
Automatia Fortuna. Female Latin
Autonoe Mother of Hercules. Female Latin
Autumn autumn Female Latin
Auvita Youthful. Female Latin
Ava Variant of Eva: Living one. The Latin form of the Hebrew Eve. Famous bearers: Evangeline, Adolf Hitler's mistress Eva Braun. In the bible Eve was Adam's wife and the first woman. Female Latin
Avena From the oat field. Female Latin
Averil Open. Female Latin
Averna Queen of the under world. Female Latin
Averyl Open. Female Latin
Avina From the oat field. Female Latin
Avis Bird. Female Latin
Aviva Youthful. Female Latin
Avivah Youthful. Female Latin
Azalea Dry earth; Dry. A flower name. Female Latin
Azalia Dry earth; Dry. A flower name. Female Latin
Balara Strong. Female Latin
Balbina strong, stammers Female Latin
Balbine Strong. Female Latin
Balbo inarticulate Male Latin
Balera Strong. Female Latin
Balere Strong. Female Latin
Balint strong and healthy Male Latin
Baran form of star aldebaran Male Latin
Barber beard Male Latin
Bea Diminutive of Beatrice and variant of Beatrix meaning bringer of joy. Female Latin
Beat Diminutive of Beatrice and variant of Beatrix meaning bringer of joy. Female Latin
Beata Happy; Many. This name has rarely been found in the English speaking world after the 18th century. Female Latin
Beate Many. Female Latin
Beatrice happy, bringer of joy Female Latin
Beatrix Bringer of joy, brings joy. Famous bearers: Beatrix was mentioned in the Domesday Book of 1086. Twentieth century children's writer and illustrator Beatrix Potter created Peter Rabbit. Female Latin
Beatriz Brings joy. Female Latin
Beattie Diminutive of Beatrix: Bringer of joy, brings joy, happy. Female Latin
Beatty Diminutive of Beatrix: Bringer of joy, brings joy, happy. Female Latin
Bee Diminutive of Beatrice. A variant of Beatrix meaning bringer of joy. Female Latin
Befle Diminutive of Amabel: Beautiful, loving, lovable.Amabel was used frequently during the Middle Ages and briefly in the 19th century, and has now been largely replaced by the diminutive Mabel. Female Latin
Bel Beautiful, loving, lovable. Diminutive of Amabel, Annabel, Belinda, or Isabel. Female Latin
Belinda Very beautiful. Female Latin
Bell Beautiful, loving, lovable. Diminutive of Amabel, Annabel, Belinda, or Isabel. Female Latin
Bella A diminutive of Isabella. Also a diminutive of Annabella and Arabella meaning yielding to prayer. Also a variant of Amabel meaning beautiful, loving, lovable, graceful. Female Latin
Belle Beautiful. Diminutive of Amabel, Annabel, Belinda, or Isabel. Female Latin
Bellona Goddess of war. Female Latin
Benecia Blessed one. Female Latin
Benedict blessed Male Latin
Benedicta Feminine form of Benedict: blessed. From benedictus meaning blessed. Famous bearers: 6th-century Italian saint Benedict of Nursia founded the Benedictine order of monks and nuns. The Benedictines monastical order. Female Latin
Benedikta Blessed. Female Latin
Benetta Blessed. Female Latin
Benicia Blessed one. Female Latin
Benigna Gracious. Female Latin
Benita blessed Female Latin
Benito blessed Male Latin
Bente Blessed. Female Latin
Beroe Traveled with Aeneas. Female Latin
Bettrys Variant of Beatrix: Bringer of joy, brings joy, happy. Female Latin
Biana White. Female Latin
Bianca White. Female Latin
Bibiana Animated. Female Latin
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