From Aasia to Azura and everything in between, we have hundreds of baby girl names starting with the letter A along with the meanings and origin of each name.

Girl names starting with A are timeless classics and there is a reason it is the most common first letter that parents choose when naming girls. Names starting with a vowel like A flow smoothly with last names beginning with a consonant. This is as true for baby girls as it is if you're wanting a baby boy name starting with A.

While you're on this page because you know you're having a girl, or you might have one, make sure to check out our baby names that start with A page as well, where I share even more baby name research.

Adding to the popularity of names starting with A is an amazing girl heroine from Game of Thrones: Arya.

As always, when you consider choosing baby girl names, make sure to pair the first name you're considering with your last name.

Avoid names that are too similar to your last name, either in the spelling of most of it (example…Carol Mirrell) or rhyming names (like Mary Contrary).

 

Below is the ultimate list of girl names starting with the letter A.

Most Popular Baby Girl Names Starting with A

First we'll start with the most popular baby girl names from 2018. They were:

  1. Ava 
  2. Amelia 
  3. Abigail 
  4. Avery 
  5. Aria 
  6. Addison 
  7. Aubrey 
  8. Aurora 
  9. Audrey 
  10. Anna 
  11. Aaliyah 
  12. Ariana 
  13. Allison 
  14. Alice 
  15. Autumn 
  16. Adeline 
  17. Alexa 
  18. Arianna 
  19. Adalynn 
  20. Aubree 

Ava was the most popular baby girl name starting with A in 2018. This should come as no surprise as Ava has been the most common baby girl name starting with A as far back as 2009. And if you're interested, here's the full list of baby names from 2009.

Here’s how the top three names have looked over the past decade:

Ava wasn’t just popular for A names in 2018. Overall it was the 3rd most popular name among all baby girl names in 2018. Here’s how it looked when compared to all baby girls born in 2018:

So while Ava was a popular choice in 2018, you can see it was only about 80% as popular a baby girl name as Emma.

Historically Popular Baby Girl Names Starting With A

Just for fun, let’s take a look at the most popular baby girl name names starting with A throughout history:

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Back to A-baby names, let’s look into what girl’s names lost and gained popularity in 2018, again only for names starting with A.

Trending Baby Girl Names Starting With A

As you can see, Arrow fell out of favor by 185 slots, whereas Adalee was the largest gainer in 2018, jumping up to 146th place from 214.

Unique Baby Girl Names Starting With A

While it’s fun to see what lots of other people are naming their babies, many people prefer to find baby names that are more uncommon. To that end, below is the some of the more unique girl names that start with A:

  1. Adilynn
  2. Abril
  3. Angelique 
  4. Alisa
  5. Ayva
  6. Aadhya 
  7. Aranza
  8. Ayana
  9. Aminah 
  10. Ainhoa
  11. Arleth
  12. Ayanna 
  13. Anniston
  14. Anabella 
  15. Aryanna 
  16. Aliah 
  17. Aubri
  18. Angeline
  19. Addalyn
  20. Amya 

Overall, Adilynn was the 1011th most popular girl name in 2018 with 255 babies. That means there were 58x more Avas than Adilynns last year. That makes it a very unique name!

Baby Girl Names That Start with A (By Race)

We firmly believe you should name your baby whatever makes you happy, ignoring traditions if you want. That said, many people seek out baby names that fit with their backgrounds, and that's wonderful as well! Here are some popular A girl names by race according to US government data:

Asian Girl Names That Start With A

Black Girl Names That Start With A

White Girl Names That Start With A

Hispanic Girl Names That Start With A

If you don’t have your name in mind yet, don’t worry! Below we present a list of literally every baby girl name — including middle names — starting with A, the name’s meaning and origin. Good luck and have a wonderful day.

 

Aaliyah through Abira

  • Aaliyah Arabic, Hebrew — high exalted, to ascend
  • Aasia Hindu
  • Aba African — born on Thursday
  • Abbey Hebrew — Father’s joy. From Abigail, but also used as independent name.
  • Abbie Hebrew — Father’s joy. From Abigail, but also used as independent name.
  • Abby Hebrew — Father’s joy. From Abigail, but also used as independent names.
  • Abelia Hebrew — Breath. The feminine form of Abel.
  • Abella Assyrian — child
  • Abeo Nigerian — Happy she was born.
  • Abey Native American — leaf
  • Abha Hindu — lustrous beauty
  • Abhilasha Hindu
  • Abia Arabic — Great.
  • Abigail Hebrew — Father’s joy.
  • Abijah Hebrew — The Lord is my father.
  • Abilene   — The name of a city in Texas.
  • Abina Ghanian — Born on a Thursday.
  • Abiona Yoruban — born on a journey
  • Abir Arabic/Hebrew — Arabic: The fragrant one. Hebrew: Strong.
  • Abira Hebrew — strong
 

Abra through Adalia

  • Abra Hebrew — The father of many. The feminine form of Abraham.
  • Abrianna   — Mother of many nations.
  • Abrienda Spanish — Opening.
  • Acacia Greek — Thorny, as in the Acacia tree.
  • Acadia Canadian — Cadie, Caddie
  • Acanit Ugandan — hard times
  • Acantha Greek — A legendary nymph.
  • Accalia Latin — The foster mother of Romulus and Remus, the founders of Rome.
  • Acedia Czech
  • Achal Hindu — steady, mountainous
  • Achazia Hebrew — the Lord holds
  • Achen Ugandan — a twin
  • Achilla Greek — A handsome figure in Greek mythology. The feminine form of Achilles.
  • Achit Hindu
  • Achlys Greek — mist, darknesss
  • Ada Teutonic — Prosperous and joyful, happy.
  • Adabelle   — Joyous and beautiful. From Ada and Belle.
  • Adah Hebrew — Adornment or ornament. A biblical name.
  • Adalgisa Old German — noble hostage
  • Adalia Hebrew — God is my refuge.
 

Adama through Ademia

  • Adama Hebrew — Of the red earth. The feminine form of Adam.
  • Adamina   — The earth.
  • Adamma   — Beautiful child.
  • Adana   — A city in Turkey.
  • Adar Hebrew — Fire.
  • Adara Greek/Arabic — Greek: Beauty. Arabic: Virgin.
  • Addi   — Noble and kind. Also see Adele.
  • Addie   — Noble and kind. Also see Adele.
  • Addisyn Addie, Addy, Addi
  • Addy   — Noble and kind. Also see Adele.
  • Adela   — Noble and serene.
  • Adelaide Old German — Noble and kind. Also see Adele.
  • Adele French — Noble. Also see Adelaide.
  • Adelicia Old English — Noble and kind. Form of Adelaide and Alice.
  • Adelina Old German — noble
  • Adelinda   — Noble and kind. From Adelaide and Linda.
  • Adeline   — Noble, kind.
  • Adelle   — Noble, kind.
  • Adelpha Greek — Sisterly.
  • Ademia Greek — without husband
 

Aden through Adoncia

  • Aden Arabic — Fiery one.
  • Adena Hebrew — delicate, sensual
  • Adeola Nigerian — A crown.
  • Aderes Hebrew — one who protects
  • Aderyn Welsh — A bird.
  • Adesina Yoruban — the way is opened for more
  • Adhira Hindu — lightning
  • Adiba Arabic — Cultured.
  • Adie Hebrew — ornament
  • Adiel Hebrew — An ornament of God.
  • Adila Arabic — Equal, like.
  • Adima Teutonic — Noble, famous.
  • Adina Hebrew — Slender and delicate. A biblical name.
  • Adishree Hindu — exalted
  • Aditi Hindu — free and unbounded
  • Adiva Arabic — pleasant, gentle
  • Adolfina German — noble wolf, noble hero
  • Adolpha Teutonic — A noble she-wolf. The feminine version of Adolf.
  • Adona Adonna, Adonne, Ady
  • Adoncia Spanish — Sweet.
 

Adonia through Agatha

  • Adonia Greek — A beautiful goddess. The feminine form of Adonis.
  • Adora Latin — The adored one.
  • Adorabelle   — A combination of Adora and Belle.
  • Adorna Latin — Adorned with jewels.
  • Adriana Latin — A dark woman from the sea. The feminine form of Adrian. Generally an Italian name.
  • Adriano Greek — Dark, rich.
  • Adrienne   — Dark, rich.
  • Aegea Greek — Of the Aegean.
  • Aemilia   — From Shakespeare’s play Comedy of Errors
  • Aeryn  
  • Affrica Celtic — Pleasant. Also from the name of the continent.
  • Afina Rumanian — blueberry
  • Afra   — Dust.
  • Afraima Arabic/Hebrew — Fruitful.
  • Afric   — Pleasant.
  • Africa   — Pleasant.
  • Afton Old English — river name
  • Agape Greek — Love.
  • Agate French — A precious stone.
  • Agatha Greek — Good, kind, honourable. St Agatha was a 3rd-century Sicilian martyr.
 

Aggie through Ailis

  • Aggie   — Good.
  • Aglaia Greek — Splendour, splendid beauty. The goddess of harmony.
  • Agnes Greek — Pure, chaste. The name of a saint of the Middle Ages.
  • Agneta Greek, Germanic — pure
  • Ahava Hebrew — name of a river, love
  • Ahimsa Hindu — nonviolent virtue
  • Ahnada   — A city in Portugal.
  • Ahneta Latin — Ambitious.
  • Ahuva Hebrew — Beloved.
  • Ai Japanese — love
  • Aida   — Helper.
  • Aidan Irish Gaelic — The little fiery one.
  • Aide   — Prosperous and joyful, happy.
  • Aideen   — Shining, bright.
  • Aiesha Arabic — Woman
  • Aijah  
  • Aiko Japanese — The little loved one, the beloved.
  • Aila Finnish — light-bearer
  • Aileen Scottish — The light of the sun. The Irish form of Helen.
  • Ailis Irish Gaelic — The light of the sun. Form of Alice.
 

Ailish through Akaisha

  • Ailish   — A form of Elizabeth, meaning consecrated to God.
  • Ailsa Scottish — After a rocky inlet known as Ailsa Craig.
  • Aimee French — Beloved. A form of Amy.
  • Ain Arabic — precious, eye
  • Aina Yoruban — complicated delivery
  • Aine Irish Gaelic — Brightness, radiance. Traditional name of the queen of the fairies in Celtic mythology.
  • Aingeal Irish Gaelic — A heavenly messenger, an angel. Form of Angela.
  • Ainhoa Basque — reference to virgin mary
  • Ainsley Old English/Scottish — A meadow or clearing. Also a unisex name.
  • Aintzane Basque — glorious
  • Airlia Greek — Ethereal.
  • Aisha Arabic — Life. The name of Mohamed’s third and favourite wife.
  • Aisling   — A vision or dream.
  • Aislinn   — A vision or dream.
  • Aissa African — grateful
  • Aithne Celtic — little fire
  • Aiyana Native American — eternal bllom
  • Aja  
  • Ajay Hindu — unconquerable, god
  • Akaisha Irish — the akaisha flower
 

Akako through Alameda

  • Akako Japanese — Red.
  • Akala Aboriginal — A parrot.
  • Akana   — A mountain in Papua New Guinea.
  • Akanke Nigerian — to know her is to love her
  • Akanksha Hindu
  • Akasma Turkish — white climbing-rose
  • Akela Hawaiian — noble
  • Akila Arabic — Wise.
  • Akilah Arabic — intelligent, logical
  • Akili Tanzanian — wisdom
  • Akilina Latin — eagle
  • Akina Japanese — A spring flower.
  • Akriti Hindu
  • Aksana Russian — Axana
  • Akshita Hindu
  • Akuti Hindu — princess
  • Alaine   — The bright fair one, the beautiful child. Derived from a word that is used as a term of endearment by the Irish. The feminine form of Alan.
  • Alake Yoruban — one petted
  • Alala Greek — war goddess
  • Alameda Spanish — A Poplar tree.
 

Alana through Aldercy

  • Alana Irish Gaelic — The bright fair one, the beautiful child. Derived from a word that is used as a term of endearment by the Irish. The feminine form of Alan.
  • Alani Hawaiian — An Orange tree.
  • Alankrita Hindu
  • Alanna   — The bright fair one, the beautiful child. Form of Alana.
  • Alaqua Native American — A sweet Gum tree.
  • Alarice Teutonic — The ruler of all. The feminine form of Alaric.
  • Alastrina Greek — The protector of mankind. The feminine form of Alastair.
  • Alatea Spanish from Greek — Truth.
  • Alavda French — lark
  • Alazne Basque — miracle
  • Alba Aboriginal — A sand hill. Also see Albina.
  • Alberta Teutonic — Noble and illustrious. The feminine form of Albert, and also the name of a Canadian province.
  • Albina Latin — A white lady, someone of very fair hair and colouring.
  • Albinka Latin — blond
  • Alcina Greek — Strong-minded. A sorceress in Greek mythology.
  • Alda Teutonic — Wise and rich.
  • Aldabella Italian — Beautiful. From Leda and Bell.
  • Aldara Greek — A winged gift.
  • Aldea Teutonic — rich
  • Aldercy Old English — a chief
 

Aldonza through Alexina

  • Aldonza Spanish — Sweet.
  • Aldora Old English — Of noble rank.
  • Alejandra Spanish — The defender, or helper of mankind. Feminine form of Alexander. Also see Alexis.
  • Aleka Greek — The defender, or helper of mankind. Form of Alexandra.
  • Aleksandra   — The defender, or helper of mankind. Feminine form of Alexander. Also see Alexis.
  • Aleksia Danish/Norwegian — The defender, or helper of mankind. Feminine form of Alexander. Also see Alexis.
  • Alena   — A woman from the village of Magdala. From the name Magdalene. Also see Marlene.
  • Aleshanee Native American — She plays all the time
  • Alessa   — Protector of mankind.
  • Alessandra Italian — The defender, or helper of mankind. Form of Alexandra.
  • Alesti Les
  • Aleta   — The little winged one.
  • Alethea Greek — Truthful.
  • Alex   — The defender, or helper of mankind. A form of Alexander, but also used as an independent name.
  • Alexa   — Protector of mankind.
  • Alexandra Greek — The defender, or helper of mankind. Feminine form of Alexander. Also see Alexis.
  • Alexandria   — Defender of mankind.
  • Alexavia alex, xavia, lexa
  • Alexia   — The defender, or helper of mankind. Feminine forms of Alexis. Also see Alexandra.
  • Alexina   — The defender, or helper of mankind. Feminine forms of Alexis. Also see Alexandra.
 

Alexis through Alithia

  • Alexis Greek — The protector and helper of mankind. A boy or girl’s name.
  • Alfonsa Teutonic — Noble and ready. Feminine form of Alphonse.
  • Alfreda Teutonic — A wise counsellor. Feminine form of Alfred.
  • Algerine   — Woman from Algeria.
  • Ali Arabic — Exalted, or noble. A boy or girl’s name.
  • Alia   — Noble, descender.
  • Alice Greek/Teutonic — Greek: The wise counsellor, or the truthful one. Teutonic: Noble. The name became popular after the publication of Lewis Carroll’s Alice in Wonderland books. Also see Alicia and Alison.
  • Alicia Greek/Teutonic — Greek: The wise counsellor, or the truthful one. Teutonic: Noble. A form of Alice, but often used as an independent name.
  • Alida Latin — The little winged one.
  • Alike Nigerian — girl who drives out beautiful women
  • Alima Arabic — Skilled in dancing and music.
  • Alina   — Noble and kind. Also see Adele.
  • Aline   — Noble and kind. Also see Adele.
  • Alinga Aboriginal — The sun.
  • Alisa Italian — The wise counsellor, or the truthful one. Also see Alicia and Alison.
  • Alisha Greek/Teutonic — Greek The wise counsellor, or the truthful one. Teutonic Noble. Also see Alicia and Alison.
  • Alison Old English — The light of the sun. A boy or girl’s name.
  • Alissa   — Truth, noble.
  • Alita Spanish — noble
  • Alithia Greek/Teutonic — Greek The wise counsellor, or the truthful one. Teutonic Noble. Also see Alicia and Alison.
 

Aliya through Almira

  • Aliya Arabic/Hebrew — Arabic: Sublime, exalted. Hebrew: To ascend.
  • Aliz Hungarian — kind
  • Aliza Modern Jewish — Joy.
  • Alize   — One who charms.
  • Alka Polish — Noble, brilliant.
  • Alkina Aboriginal — The moon.
  • Alkira Aboriginal — The sky.
  • Allayna Llaynie, Allie
  • Allegra Italian/Spanish — Cheerful, joyous.
  • Allene   — Attractive, peaceful.
  • Allie   — The defender, or helper of mankind. From the name Alexandra, Alice or Alison.
  • Allirea Aboriginal — Quartz.
  • Allison   — Of noble birth.
  • Allora Aboriginal — The place of the swamp. The name of a town in Queensland.
  • Allunga Aboriginal — The sun.
  • Allyson   — Of noble birth.
  • Alma Latin/Celtic — Latin: Of the soul. Celtic: Good.
  • Almeda   — Ambitious.
  • Almedha Welsh — Shapely.
  • Almira Arabic — Truth without question.
 

Alodia through Alvina

  • Alodia   — The light of the sun. Form of Alice.
  • Alodie Old English — Wealthy, prosperous.
  • Aloha Hawaiian — Greetings.
  • Alohi Hawaiian — Brilliant.
  • Alona Hebrew — From the Oak tree.
  • Alonsa   — Noble and ready. Feminine form of Alphonse.
  • Alonza   — Noble and ready. Feminine form of Alphonse.
  • Alouetta   — The little winged one.
  • Aloysia   — A famous warrior maiden. The feminine form of Louis.
  • Alpa Hindu
  • Alpha Greek — The first one. First letter of the Greek alphabet.
  • Alta Latin — Tall.
  • Altair Arabic, Greek — bird, star
  • Althea Greek — The healer, or wholesome.
  • Altheda Greek — Flower-like.
  • Alula Latin — A star in Ursa Major.
  • Aluma Hebrew — A girl.
  • Alumit Hebrew — secret
  • Alva Latin — The white or blonde one. Also a nickname from Alvina.
  • Alvina Teutonic — A beloved and noble friend. The feminine form of Alvin. Also see Elvina.
 

Alvira through Amanda

  • Alvira Latin/Teutonic — Latin: The fair one. Teutonic: A true stranger.
  • Alvita Latin — Vivacious, full of life.
  • Alyna   — Noble and kind. Also see Adele.
  • Alysa Greek — princess
  • Alysia Greek — Possessive. Also see Alicia.
  • Alyson   — Of noble birth.
  • Alyssa Greek — The sane one. Also a form of Alicia.
  • Alzena Arabic — A woman.
  • Ama Ghanian — Born on Saturday.
  • Amabel Latin — Lovable, the sweet one. Also see Mabel.
  • Amadea Latin — Beloved of God.
  • Amadi Nigerian — general rejoicing, seemed destined to die at
  • Amadika Zimbabwean — The beloved one.
  • Amadis Latin — love of god
  • Amadora Italian — The gift of love.
  • Amaia Basque — end
  • Amala Arabic — Hope. Also see Amelia.
  • Amalie Teutonic — Industrious, striving. Also see Emily.
  • Amana Hebrew — Faithful or loyal.
  • Amanda Latin — Worthy of being loved.
 

Amandeep through Ambria

  • Amandeep Hindu — light of peace
  • Amandine Latin — beloved
  • Amandla African — Power.
  • Amani Arabic — An aspiration, a desire.
  • Amara Greek — Unfading or eternal beauty.
  • Amarante French — flower name
  • Amaranth Greek — An unfading flower.
  • Amarina Aboriginal — Rain.
  • Amaris Hebrew — God has promised.
  • Amaryllis Greek — A shepherdess. Also a flower name.
  • Amata Italian/Spanish — Beloved. Form of Amy.
  • Amaya  
  • Amazonia Greek — Warlike. Also after the Amazon River.
  • Ambar Sanskrit — Of the sky. A boy or girl’s name.
  • Amber Arabic — After the gemstone
  • Amberjill Old English
  • Amberley Hindu — the sky
  • Ambika Hindi — A mother.
  • Ambra Arabic — After the gemstone
  • Ambria Bria, Amber, Ria
 

Ambrosine through Amorina

  • Ambrosine Greek — The divine immortal one. The feminine form of Ambrose.
  • Amdis Latin — immortal
  • Ameerah Arabic — princess
  • Amelia Teutonic — Industrious, striving. Also see Emily.
  • Amelinda   — Industrious, striving. Formed from Amelia and Linda.
  • Amena unknown — honest woman
  • Ames Latin — loves
  • Amethyst Greek — The name of a semi-precious stone.
  • Ami Japanese — friend
  • Amice Latin — Friendship. Also see Amity.
  • Amina Arabic — Honest, faithful.
  • Aminta Greek — The protector.
  • Amira Arabic/Hebrew — Arabic: A princess. Hebrew: Speech.
  • Amisha Hindu
  • Amissa Hebrew — friend
  • Amita Hindu — without limits
  • Amitola Native American — rainbow
  • Amity Latin — Friendship. Also see Amice.
  • Amoke Yoruban — to pet her
  • Amorina   — Love.
 

Amorita through Ancelin

  • Amorita Latin — The little beloved one.
  • Amrita Sanskrit — Immortal.
  • Amy Old French — Beloved. Also a nickname from Amelia.
  • An Chinese/Vietnamese — Chinese: Peace. Vietnamese: Safety.
  • Ana Russian from Greek — She who will rise again.
  • Anabelle Latin — Lovable
  • Anahid Armenian — Goddess of the Moon
  • Anais   — Pure, chaste.
  • Anamika Hindu
  • Anan Arabic — Of the, clouds.
  • Anana African — Soft, gentle.
  • Ananda Sanskrit — Joyful.
  • Anani Hawaiian — orange tree
  • Anar Hindu — Anaar
  • Anastasia Russian from Greek — She who will rise again. The name of a 4th-century saint.
  • Anata Babylonian — The goddess of the earth.
  • Anatola Greek — From the east. The feminine form of Anatole, Anatholia, Anatolia.
  • Anaya Latin — Anaia
  • Anca   — Grace, or favoured by God. From the Hebrew name Hannah, meaning. Also see Annabel, Annamaria, Anneliese, Hannah, Nancy.
  • Ancelin Old French — A spear attendant. The feminine form of Lancelot.
 

Anchoret through Angeni

  • Anchoret   — Free from shame, or much loved.
  • Ancika   — Grace, or favoured by God. From the Hebrew name Hannah, meaning. Also see Annabel, Annamaria, Anneliese, Hannah, Nancy.
  • Ancilla Latin — A handmaiden.
  • Andea   — A woman of the Andes.
  • Andie   — Strong. The feminine form of Andrew or Andreas.
  • Andras Norwegian — Breath.
  • Andraya trusted by God, royalty — Ray, Rai, Raya
  • Andrea Greek — Strong. The feminine form of Andrew or Andreas.
  • Andreana Latin — womanly
  • Andria Italian — love, joy
  • Andromache Greek/Teutonic — From Shakespeare’s play Troilus & Cressida
  • Andromeda Greek — A ruler of men. A heroine of Greek legend, who was rescued from a sea monster by Perseus.
  • Andy   — Strong. The feminine form of Andrew or Andreas.
  • Aneira Welsh — Truly golden. The feminine form of Aneurin.
  • Anemone Greek — A wind flower. A mythological nymph who turned into a flower.
  • Aneya Neya
  • Anezka Czech — Pure, chaste. Form of Agnes.
  • Angela Greek — A heavenly messenger, an angel. Also see Angelica.
  • Angelica Latin — The angelic one. Also a form of Angela and a plant name.
  • Angeni Native American — spirit angel
 

Angevin through Annabel

  • Angevin French — angel of wine
  • Angharad Welsh — Free from shame, or much loved.
  • Angwen Welsh — Very handsome.
  • Aniela Italian/Polish — A heavenly messenger, an angel. Form of Angela.
  • Anika   — Very beautiful.
  • Anila Sanskrit — Of the wind.
  • Anisa Arabic — friendly
  • Anita   — Grace, or favoured by God. From the Hebrew name Hannah, meaning. Also see Annabel, Annamaria, Anneliese, Hannah, Nancy.
  • Anitra   — A name created by Norwegian playwright Henrik Ibsen for his play Peer Gynt.
  • Anja  
  • Anjali Hindu
  • Anjana Hindu
  • Anka Aboriginal — A barramundi. Also see Anne.
  • Ankareeda night star, graceful, shining — Anka, Anki, Ank, Raida
  • Anke Hebrew — grace
  • Ankita Hindu
  • Ann   — Grace, or favoured by God. From the Hebrew name Hannah, meaning. Also see Annabel, Annamaria, Anneliese, Hannah, Nancy.
  • Ann-Margret   — From Anne and Margaret. Anne – Grace, or favoured by God. Margaret – A pearl.
  • Anna   — Grace, or favoured by God. From the Hebrew name Hannah. Also see Annabel, Annamaria, Anneliese, Hannah, Nancy.
  • Annabel   — Combination of Anna (grace) and Belle (beautiful).
 

Annabeth through Anstice

  • Annabeth unknown — Anabeth
  • Annalise   — Gracious and consecrated to God.
  • Annalynn Annalynne, Analyn, Analynne, Annalisa
  • Annamaria   — Grace, or favoured by God. From Anna and Maria.
  • Annapurna Hindu — one of the Hindu Goddesses
  • Annata Italian — Grace, or favoured by God. Form of Anne.
  • Anne   — Grace, or favoured by God. From the Hebrew name Hannah. Also see Annabel, Annamaria, Anneliese, Hannah, Nancy.
  • Anneliese German/Scandinavian — From Anne and Liese. Anne – Grace, or favoured by God. Liese – Consecrated to God.
  • Annette   — Grace, or favoured by God. From the Hebrew name Hannah, meaning. Also see Annabel, Annamaria, Anneliese, Hannah, Nancy.
  • Annice Old English — Pure, chaste. Form of Agnes.
  • Annika   — Grace, or favoured by God. From the Hebrew name Hannah, meaning. Also see Annabel, Annamaria, Anneliese, Hannah, Nancy.
  • Anninka   — Grace, or favoured by God. From the Hebrew name Hannah, meaning. Also see Annabel, Annamaria, Anneliese, Hannah, Nancy.
  • Annissa Arabic — Charming, gracious.
  • Annora Latin — honor
  • Annunziata Italian — The bearer of news.
  • Anona Latin — Of the harvest.
  • Anoush Armenian — Sweet.
  • Anselma Teutonic — A divine helmet. The feminine form of Anselm.
  • Anshu Hindu
  • Anstice Russian from Greek — The resurrected one. A boy or girl’s name.
 

Anteia through Aparna

  • Anteia Greek — A mythological figure.
  • Anthea Greek — Flower-like.
  • Antigone Greek — A name featured in mythology and implying strength of character.
  • Antionette Latin — Flourishing, praiseworthy. From the name Antonia.
  • Antje German — grace
  • Antoinette   — Beyond price, praiseworthy. The feminine form of Antony.
  • Antonia Latin — Beyond price, praiseworthy. The feminine form of Antony.
  • Antonie   — Worthy of praise. Feminine form of Anthony.
  • Anupama Hindu
  • Anuradha Hindu — a bright star
  • Anusia Greek/Polish — Grace, or favoured by God. Forms of Anne.
  • Anusree Hindu — pretty
  • Anvita Hindu
  • Anya   — Grace, or favoured by God. From the Hebrew name Hannah, meaning. Also see Annabel, Annamaria, Anneliese, Hannah, Nancy.
  • Anzu Japanese — An apricot.
  • Aolani Hawaiian — A heavenly cloud.
  • Apanie Aboriginal — Water.
  • Apara Nigerian — One who comes and goes.
  • Aparajita Hindu
  • Aparna Hindu — same as Parvati
 

Aphra through Arcadia

  • Aphra Hebrew — Dust.
  • Aphrodite Greek — The mythological goddess of beauty, love and fertility.
  • Apirka Gaelic — pleasant
  • Apolline Greek — The sun, sunlight.
  • Apollonia Greek — Belonging to Apollo.
  • Aponi Native American — butterfly
  • April Latin — From April, the first month in the Roman calendar, and the beginning of spring.
  • Aqua Latin — A gemstone and colour name. From the name Aquamarine.
  • Aquamarine Latin — A colour name.
  • Aquaria Latin — After the zodiac sign and constellation of Aquarius.
  • Aquene Native American — peace
  • Arabella Latin — A beautiful altar.
  • Arabelle German — beautiful eagle
  • Araceli Latin — alter of heaven
  • Arachne Greek — A mythological maiden who was turned into a spider.
  • Araluen Aboriginal — The place of waterlilies. A boy or girl’s name.
  • Araminta Greek — A beautiful, fragrant flower.
  • Arashel Hebrew — strong and protected hill
  • Araxie Armenian — river said to inspire poetic expression
  • Arcadia Greek — After Arcady, a mountainous region of Greece.
 

Arda through Ariella

  • Arda Armenian
  • Ardath Hebrew — A field of flowers.
  • Ardelia Latin — zealous
  • Ardelle Latin — Warm and enthusiastic.
  • Arden Old English/Latin — Old English: A dwelling place. Latin: Ardent and sincere. A boy or girl’s name.
  • Ardere Latin — fire
  • Ardine   — Warm and enthusiastic.
  • Ardis   — Warm and enthusiastic.
  • Arella Hebrew — angel messenger
  • Areta Greek — Virtuous, one of untarnished reputation.
  • Aretha Greek — the best, nymph
  • Aretina Greek — virtous
  • Arezou Persian — Wishful.
  • Argenta Latin — The silvery one.
  • Aria Latin — A beautiful melody.
  • Ariadne Greek — The holy one.
  • Ariana   — Like a beautiful melody.
  • Ariane   — The holy one.
  • Aricia Greek — princess of the royal blood of Athens
  • Ariella Hebrew — God’s lioness.
 

Arielle through Aroha

  • Arielle   — Ethereal.
  • Ariene Welsh — silvery
  • Arika Aboriginal — A waterlily.
  • Arilda German — A hearth maiden.
  • Arinya Aboriginal — A kangaroo.
  • Arista Greek — The best.
  • Ariza Hebrew — A Cedar tree.
  • Arlene   — A modern name of uncertain origin.
  • Arlette Teutonic — An eagle.
  • Arlynda   — Pledge.
  • Armada Spanish — The armed one.
  • Armelle French/Celtic — A princess.
  • Armilla Latin — A bracelet.
  • Armina Teutonic — A warrior maid. The feminine form of Herman. Also See Erma.
  • Armorel   — Gaelic the one who lives by the sea.
  • Armynel French — A woman of the army. The feminine form of Armand.
  • Arnalda Teutonic — Strong as an eagle. Feminine form of Arnold.
  • Arnisha  
  • Arnurna Aboriginal — A blue waterlily.
  • Aroha Maori — love
 

Arora through Ashling

  • Arora Aboriginal — A cockatoo.
  • Arran   — The name of a Scottish island. A boy or girl’s name.
  • Artemis Greek — Perfect. The name of the Greek goddess of the moon and hunting.
  • Artemisia Greek — belonging to artemis
  • Arti Indonesian — A popular girl’s name.
  • Aruna Sanskrit — The dawn.
  • Arushi Hindu
  • Arva Greek — An eagle.
  • Arziki African Hausa — prosperity
  • Asa Hebrew/Japansese — Hebrew: The healer, a physician. A biblical name. Japanese: The morning. A boy or girl’s name.
  • Asella   — After St Asella, who was described as `a flower of the Lord’.
  • Asenette Hebrew
  • Asenka Hebrew — graceful
  • Asha Sanskrit — Hope.
  • Ashamed Hebrew — Ashes
  • Ashima Hindu
  • Ashira Hebrew — Wealthy.
  • Ashleigh Old English — An Ash tree meadow or wood.
  • Ashley Old English — From the Ash tree.
  • Ashling Irish Gaelic — A vision or dream.
 

Ashrita through Athanasia

  • Ashrita Hindu
  • Asia Greek — East
  • Asisa Hebrew — Ripe.
  • Askini Hindu — daughter of Prajapati Virat
  • Asmara   — An Ethiopian city.
  • Asmita Hindu — pride
  • Aspasia Greek — Welcome.
  • Aspen  
  • Assunta Italian — From the Assumption of the Virgin Mary.
  • Asta Greek/Old Norse — A star. Also a short form of Astrid.
  • Aster Greek — After the flower.
  • Astera Hebrew — flower name
  • Astra Greek — like a star
  • Astrea Greek — Innocence. The Greek goddess of justice, who left earth and became a constellation.
  • Astrid Old Norse — Divine strength.
  • Atalanta Greek — The name of a swift runner in classical mythology.
  • Atara Hebrew — a crown
  • Atarah Hebrew — A crown. A boy or girl’s name.
  • Athalia Hebrew — God is exalted.
  • Athanasia Greek — Immortal.
 

Athela through Aurora

  • Athela Old English — Noble.
  • Athena Greek — A wise woman. After Athene, the Greek goddess of wisdom.
  • Atifa Arabic — affection
  • Atin Indonesian — A common girl’s name.
  • Atiya Arabic — A gift.
  • Atlanta Greek — The name of a swift runner in classical mythology.
  • Atmaja Hindu — daughter
  • Aubina   — A white lady, someone of very fair hair and colouring.
  • Aubine   — A white lady, someone of very fair hair and colouring.
  • Audlin pale, pallid
  • Audora  
  • Audrey Old English — Strong and noble, regal. A Shakespearian character in As You Like It.
  • Audun Norwegian — deserted
  • Augusta Latin — Majestic, or revered. The feminine form of Augustus.
  • Aundy Norwegian — new prosperity
  • Aura Latin/Greek — Latin A gentle breeze. Greek of the air.
  • Aure Greek — breeze, soft-air
  • Aurelia Latin — Golden.
  • Aurkene Basque — presentation
  • Aurora Latin — Daybreak. The goddess of the dawn.
 

Ausiana through Aviva

  • Ausiana Aussi, Anna, Aussie
  • Autumn Latin — autumn
  • Ava Greek — An eagle.
  • Avalon   — The legendary island where King Arthur is supposedly buried. Also a Sydney placename.
  • Avani Hindu
  • Avanti Hindu — ancient Malwa
  • Avantika Hindu
  • Avara Sanskrit — The youngest.
  • Avasa Hindu — independent
  • Avel Greek/Hebrew/Russian — Breath. A boy or girl’s name.
  • Aveline Old French — From a placename. Also see Evelyn.
  • Avena Latin — From the Oat field.
  • Aveolela Samoan — rays of the sun
  • Avera Hebrew — A transgressor.
  • Averah   — A transgressor.
  • Averil Old English — The slayer of the boar.
  • Avery Old English — The ruler of the elves. A boy or girl’s name.
  • Avice French — Warlike.
  • Avis Latin — A bird. Also a variation of Avice.
  • Aviva Modern Jewish — Of the springtime.
 

Avoca through Ayushmati

  • Avoca Irish — A sweet valley.
  • Avril French — From April, the first month in the Roman calendar, and the beginning of spring. French form of April.
  • Awsta Welsh — Majestic, or revered. The Welsh form of Augusta.
  • Awusi Ghanian — Born on a Sunday.
  • Axelia Greek — protector of mankind
  • Axelle Teutonic — The father of peace. The feminine form of Axel.
  • Ayala Modern Hebrew — A deer.
  • Ayame Japanese — Iris
  • Ayasha Muslim — muhammads wife
  • Ayelin Ayla, Linn
  • Ayesha   — Life. The name of Mohamed?s third and favourite wife.
  • Ayiana American Indian — eternal bllom
  • Ayita Native American — worker
  • Ayla Hebrew — oak tree
  • Aylwen Welsh — A fair brow.
  • Ayme  
  • Ayse Turkish
  • Ayseg?l Turkish
  • Ayushi Hindu
  • Ayushmati Hindu — person who has a long life
 

Azadeh through Azura

  • Azadeh Latin, Persian — dry earth; detached, free of material things
  • Azalea Latin/Teutonic — Latin Dry: Earth. Teutonic Noble: Cheer. Also a flower name.
  • Azalia Hebrew — spared by jehovah
  • Azaria Hebrew — Helped by God. A boy or girl’s name.
  • Azarni Japanese — A thistle flower.
  • Aziza Arabic — The cherished one.
  • Azland Aza, Azalyn
  • Azra Arabic — Virginal.
  • Azrael Az
  • Azura Old French — From the Persian for blue sky.

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