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To choose a Baby Names for girls  often appears a task as exciting as problematic… Because no relative obviously wishes to make the false one by rigging out with his child an incongruous first name, since this one will unquestionably accompany it throughout its life.

Through a series of questions and answers, you will find all the advices necessary to choose a first name under the best conditions. How to make the good choice and why does a name influence our life so much?

 

Best tips to pick the perfect baby name for girls

Do some Research:

 

You’ve already started the process of researching which name to pick simply by buying this book, but there are ways to expand the process if you wish to.

The internet can be a fantastic way to look up meanings in more depth, or to find out if your baby’s name for girls is becoming more or less popular through the years. This is particularly useful if you want to avoid a situation where your daughter has the same name as three other children in her class,or if you don’t want your son to be teased because his name sounds rude in another language.

 

Don’t listen to other people:

 

Sometimes, grandparents and friends will offer

‘advice’ during this time which may not always be welcome. This is worth

bearing in mind if you’ve fallen in love with a name and it’s either slightly

unusual or doesn’t follow the set pattern your partner’s family have used for the last 50 years.

Sharing your choice of name with other people can lead them to criticise it, which you’d probably rather not hear if you’ve got your heart set on it.

Also, if you’re bucking with tradition and don’t plan on calling your newborn after their great-great-great-Grandfather.

Trust your own instincts and remember: no-one will really care once they see your baby.

Its name will simply be its name.

 

Find a name with meaning:

 

A lot of parents want to find a name for their baby that means something. If you’re interested in history in the hope that it will fill your child’s soul with a sense of pride and importance. This can inspire your child to try to live up to their name’s reputation.

 

Expand your mind:

 

Don’t rule out the weird ones just yet! As a teenager I

went to school with a girl named Siam. Her parents had conceived her on a

honeymoon trip to Thailand and given her the country’s old name as a result.

 

Open your mind and Try it out:

 

. While you’re pregnant, talk to your baby and address it using a  variety of your favourite names to see if it responds.

There are numerous stories of names being chosen because the baby kicked when it was called James  or Jenna , but was suspiciously silent when it was called Wilfried or Graham, so see if it has a preference!

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 Look at foreign names:

 Looking at names popular in other countries may provide just the inspiration you need. You could decide to use a foreign spelling of a name you like to make your choice that bit more unusual, such as Talia instead of Natalie, or it might turn you on to a name you hadn’t considered yet. Jorge might not suit your baby, but George could.

 

Baby Names from fictional characters :

 

The one type of quirky name you may wish to pause and consider is that of

fictional characters. Your baby is highly likely to be exposed to cartoons before

they start school, so they will have their name associated with whatever their

peers have read or seen. A boy named Barry or Cisco ,a girl named Iris or Felicity might be expected to behave like a DC comics super heroes.

 

The science of baby naming 

 

Whether you agree with it or not, there is a certain science to naming babies.

Even at the very basic level of choosing a name you like the sound of, the science is there.

the science of baby naming is how your child’s name will be perceived by the   outside world. Typically, judgments are passed on names before a person is met, such as at job interviews or in school.

This does have the potential to hold back your child, although there is conflicting evidence to say that once someone is met in person, assumptions and stereotypes are wiped away.

 

Baby Girl names that start with  “ A “ and their  Meaning 

 

A’mari

Variation on the Swahili or Muslim name Amira, meaning ‘princess’.

Aadi

(alt. Aady, Aadee)

Hindi, meaning ‘of the beginning’.

Aaliyah

(alt. Alia, Alliyah)

Variation on the Arabic name Aliya, meaning ‘highborn’.

Aanya

Variation on the Russian name Anya, meaning ‘favour’ or ‘grace’. Also of Sanskrit origin,

meaning ‘the inexhaustible’.

Aaryanna

Derivative of the Latin name Ariadne and the Greek Ariadne, both meaning ‘the very holy

one’.

Abby

(alt. Abbey, Abbie)

Form of Abigail, meaning ‘My father’s joy’ in Hebrew.

Abebe

African, meaning ‘child who is looked for for’.

Abedabun

Native American, meaning ‘dawn’s child’.

Abelia

(alt. Abella)

Hebrew, meaning ‘sigh’ or ‘breath’.

Aberfa

(alt. Aberphah)

Welsh, meaning ‘from the start of the river’.

Abia

(alt. Abbia, Abbiah, Abiah, Abya, Abyah)

Arabic, meaning ‘great’.

Abida

(alt. Abeeda, Abyda, Abeida)

Arabic, meaning ‘worshipper’ and Hebrew, meaning ‘having knowledge’.

Abigail

(alt. Abagail)

Hebrew, meaning ‘My father’s joy’.

Abilene

(alt. Abilee)

Variation of Abelena. Latin and Spanish for ‘hazelnut’.

Abina

(alt. Abena)

Ghanaian, meaning ‘born on Tuesday’.

Abira

(alt. Abera, Abyra)

Hebrew, meaning ‘a supplier of strength’.

Abra

Female variation of Abraham. Also of Sanskrit origin, meaning ‘clouds’.

Abril

Spanish for the month of April. Also of Latin origin, meaning ‘open’.

Acacia

A species of flowering trees and shrubs and derived from Greek for ‘point’ or ‘thorn’.

Acadia

An offshoot of the Greek word arcadia meaning ‘paradise’. Originally, a French colony in

Canada.

Acantha

(alt. Akantha)

Greek, meaning ‘thorny’. In mythology Acantha was a nymph connected with Apollo, the sun

god.

Aceline

(alt. Asceline)

French, meaning ‘highborn’.

Achaana

Navajo, meaning ‘protector’.

Actia

Greek, meaning ‘beam of sunlight’.

Ada

(alt. Ada, Adair)

Hebrew, meaning ‘adornment’.

Adalee

German, meaning ‘noble’.

Adalgisa

(alt. Adelgise)

German, meaning ‘noble’ or ‘vow’. It is also the name of one of Bellini’s priestess’ in his

popular Italian opera Norma.

Adalia

‘God is my refuge’ in Hebrew.

Adalwolfa

German, meaning ‘dignified she-wolf’.

Adamina

Hebrew, meaning ‘of the red earth’. A female form of Adam.

Adamma

Igbo, meaning ‘beautiful child’.

Adara

(alt. Adar, Adare)

Arabic, meaning ‘virgin’ and Hebrew, meaning ‘noble’.

Addie

(alt. Adi, Addy)

Abbreviated form of Addison, Adelaide, Adele and Adeline.

Addison

(alt. Addyson)

English, meaning ‘Son of Adam’.

Adelaide

(alt. Adelaida)

German, popular after the rule of William IV and Queen Adelaide of England in the 19th

Century.

Adele

(alt. Adell, Adelle, Adelia)

German, meaning ‘noble’ or ‘nobility’.

Adelinda

French, meaning ‘noble’ and ‘sweet’.

Adelpha

(alt. Adelfa, Adelfia)

Greek, meaning ‘adored sister’.

Adeline

(alt. Adalyn, Adelyn)

Variant of Adelaide, meaning ‘nobility’.

Aden

(alt. Addien)

Hebrew for ‘decoration’.

Adeola

(alt. Adeolah, Adeolla)

African, meaning ‘wearer of a crown of honour’.

Aderes

Hebrew, meaning ‘protector’.

Aderyn

Welsh for ‘bird’.

Adesina

Nigerian for ‘she paves the way’. Usually given to a first-born daughter.

Adia

Variant of Ada, meaning ‘decoration’.

Adiba

Arabic, meaning ‘cultured’.

Adiella

(alt. Adielle)

Hebrew, meaning ‘God’s adornment’.

Adila

(alt. Adilah, Adeala)

Arabic, meaning ‘fair’ or ‘just’.

Adima

(alt. Adimah, Adimma)

Teutonic, meaning ‘legendary’.

Adina

(alt. Adena)

Hebrew, meaning ‘high hopes’ or ‘precious’.

Adira

Hebrew for ‘noble’ or ‘powerful’. Also the north Italian city.

Aditi

Hindi, meaning ‘endless’. In Hindu mythology Aditi is the sky and fertility goddess.

Adiva

Arabic, meaning ‘gentle’.

Adora

Latin, meaning ‘beloved’.

Adra

Arabic, meaning ‘virgin’.

Adrian

Italian, from the northern city of Adria.

Adrianna

(alt. Adriana)

Variant of Adrienne, meaning ‘rich’ or ‘dark’.

Adrina

American, meaning ‘dignified’.

Adrienne

(alt. Adriane, Adrianne)

Greek, meaning ‘rich’, or Latin, meaning ‘dark’.

Adsila

Native American, meaning ‘flower’.

Ae-Cha

Korean, meaning ‘adoring daughter’.

Aegina

Greek, mythologically a sea nymph, and a place in Greece.

Aegle

Greek, meaning ‘brightness’ or ‘splendour’.

Aelwen

Welsh, meaning ‘exquisite brow’.

Aerin

Variant on Erin, meaning ‘peace-making’.

Aerith

American, from a character in the computer game Final Fantasy VII.

Aerolynn

Combined of the Greek Aero, meaning ‘water’, and the English Lynn, meaning ‘waterfall’.

Aeron

Variant of Aero, meaning ‘water’.

Afia

(alt. Afi, Affi)

Arabic, meaning ‘a child born on Friday’.

Afra

(alt. Affra, Aphra)

Hebrew, meaning ‘little deer’.

Afreda

(alt. Afredah, Afrida)

English, meaning ‘elf counsellor’.

Africa

Celtic for ‘pleasant’, as well as the name of the continent.

Afsaneh

Iranian, meaning ‘a fairy tale’.

Afsha

Persian, meaning ‘one who sprinkles light’.

Afton

Originally a place name in Scotland.

Agape

Greek, meaning ‘love’.

Agate

English, from the semi-precious stone of the same name.

Agatha

From Saint Agatha, the patron saint of bells, meaning ‘good’.

Aggie

Alternative of Agatha, meaning ‘good’.

Aglaia

One of the three Greek Graces, meaning ‘brilliance’.

Agnes

Greek, meaning ‘virginal’ or ‘pure’.

Agrippina

From the Latin expression, meaning ‘born feet first’.

Ahana

Irish, meaning ‘little ford’.

Ahava

Hebrew, meaning ‘love’.

Ai

Japanese, meaning ‘love’.

Aida

‘Reward’ or ‘present’ in Arabic.

Aidanne

(alt. Aidan, Aidenn)

Gaelic for ‘fire’.

Ailbhe

Irish, meaning ‘noble’ or ‘bright’.

Aife

(alt. Aoife)

Celtic, a mythological warrior woman.

Aiko

Japanese, meaning ‘little beloved one’.

Ailani

(alt. Aelani, Ailana)

Hawaiian, meaning ‘chief’.

Aileen

(alt. Aleen, Aline, Eileen)

A Gaelic variant of Helen, meaning ‘light’.

Ailith

(alt. Ailish)

Old English, meaning ‘seasoned warrior’.

Aithne

(alt. Aine, Aithnea)

Gaelic, meaning ‘fire’.

Ailsa

Scottish, meaning ‘pledge from God’, as well as the name of a Scottish island.

Aimee

(alt. Aimie, Amie)

The French spelling of Amy, meaning ‘beloved’.

Aina

Scandinavian, meaning ‘forever’.

Aine

(alt. Aino)

Celtic for ‘happiness’.

Ainsley

Scottish and Gaelic, meaning ‘one’s own meadow’.

Aisha

(alt. Aeysha)

In Arabic Aisha means ‘woman’; in Swahili it means ‘life’.

Aishwarya

Variant on the Arabic Aisha, meaning ‘woman’.

Aislinn

(alt. Aislin, Aisling, Aislyn)

Irish Gaelic, meaning ‘dream’.

Aiyanna

(alt. Aiyana)

Native American, meaning ‘forever flowering’.

Aja

Hindi, meaning ‘goat’.

Aka

(alt. Akah, Akkah)

Maori, meaning ‘loving one’.

Akakia

Greek, meaning ‘naïve’.

Akela

(alt. Akilah)

Hawaiian, meaning ‘noble’.

Aki

(alt. Akey, Akie)

Japanese, meaning ‘born in autumn’.

Akiko

Japanese, meaning ‘shining child’.

Akilah

(alt. Aikiela, Akeela, Akylah)

Arabic, meaning ‘wise’.

Akilina

Greek or Russian, meaning ‘eagle’.

Akiva

Hebrew, meaning ‘protect and shelter’.

Akosua

African, meaning ‘born on Sunday’.

Aksana

(alt. Aksannah)

Russian, meaning ‘offers glory to God’. Alternative of Oksana.

Akua

African, meaning ‘born on Wednesday’.

Akuti

(alt. Akutie, Akutea)

Indian, meaning ‘princess’.

Alaina

(alt. Alane, Alayna)

Feminine of Alan, originating from the French for ‘rock’ or ‘comely’.

Alair

(alt. Allair, Alayr)

French, meaning ‘one with a happy disposition’.

Alake

African, meaning ‘honoured one’.

Alamea

Hawaiian, meaning ‘precious one’.

Alana

(alt. Alanna, Alannah)

Variant of Alaina, meaning ‘rock’ or ‘comely’.

Alanis

(alt. Alarice)

Variant of Alaina, meaning ‘rock’ or ‘comely’.

Alaqua

Native American, meaning ‘a sweet gum tree’.

Alaula

Hawaiian, meaning ‘dawn light’.

Alba

Latin for ‘white’. Also the Gaelic for ‘Scotland’.

Alberta

(alt. Albertha)

Feminine of Albert, from the old English for ‘bright and shining’.

Albina

Latin for ‘white’ or ‘fair’.

Alcina

(alt. Alcee, Alcie)

Greek, meaning ‘strong in mind’.

Alcyone

Greek, meaning ‘kingfisher’. The source of the name Halcyon for a type of kingfishers.

Alda

German, meaning ‘old’ or ‘prosperous’.

Aldis

English, meaning ‘battle-seasoned’.

Aldona

(alt. Aldone)

American, meaning ‘sweet’.

Aleah

(alt. Aileah, Alleeah)

Arabic, meaning ‘high’. Persian, meaning ‘one of God’s beings’.

Aleela

(alt. Aleelah, Alila)

Swahili, meaning ‘she cries’.

Aleesha

Alternative of Alicia, meaning ‘nobility’.

Aleeza

(alt. Aleezah, Aleiza, Alieza)

Hebrew, meaning ‘joy’. Alternative of Alicia.

Alegria

(alt. Allegria)

Spanish, meaning ‘lovely movement’.

Aleta

(alt. Aletha)

Greek for ‘footloose’.

Alessandra

(alt. Aless, Alessa)

Italian, meaning ‘defender of man’.

Alethea

(alt. Aletheia)

Greek, meaning ‘truth’.

Alex

(alt. Alexa, Alexi)

Shortened version of Alexandra, meaning ‘man’s defender’.

Alexa

Alternative of Alexandra, meaning ‘man’s defender’.

Alexandra

(alt. Alejandra, Aleksandra, Alessandra, Alexandrea, Alexandria)

Feminine of Alexander, from the Greek interpretation of ‘man’s defender’.

Alexis

(alt. Alexus, Alexys)

Greek, meaning ‘helper’.

Aleydis

Variant of Alice, meaning ‘nobility’.

Alfreda

Old English, meaning ‘elf power’.

Ali

(alt. Allie, Ally)

Shortened version of Alexandra, Aliyah or Alice.

Alibeth

Variant of Elizabeth, meaning ‘pledged to God’.

Alice

(alt. Alize, Alyce, Alyse)

English, meaning ‘noble’ or ‘nobility’.

Alicia

(alt. Alecia, Alessia, Alizia, Alysia)

Variant of Alice, meaning ‘nobility’.

Alida

(alt. Aleida)

Latin, meaning ‘small winged one’.

Alienor

(alt. Aliana)

Variant spelling of Eleanor, from the Greek for ‘light’.

Aliki

(alt. Alika)

Variant of Alice, meaning ‘nobility’.

Alima

Arabic, meaning ‘cultured’.

Alina

(alt. Alena)

A Slavic variation of Helen, meaning ‘light’.

Alisha

(alt. Alesha, Alysha)

Variant of Alice, meaning ‘nobility’.

Alison

(alt. Allison, Allisyn, Alyson)

Variant of Alice, meaning ‘nobility’.

Alissa

(alt. Alessa, Alise)

Greek, meaning ‘pretty’.

Alita

Alternative of Alida, meaning ‘small winged one’.

Alivia

Variant spelling of Olivia, meaning ‘olive tree’.

Aliya

(alt. Aaliyah)

Arabic, meaning ‘exalted’ or ‘sublime’.

Alla

Variant on Ella or Alexandra. Also a possible reference to Allah.

Allegra

Italian, meaning ‘joyous’.

Allura

From the French word for entice, meaning ‘the power of attraction’.

Allyn

Feminine of Alan, meaning ‘peaceful’.

Alma

Three possible origins; Latin for ‘giving nurture’, Italian for ‘soul’ and Arabic for ‘learned’.

Almeda

(alt. Almeta)

Latin, meaning ‘ambitious’.

Almera

(alt. Almira)

Feminine of Elmer, from the Arabic for ‘aristocratic’.

Alodie

(alt. Alodee)

English, meaning ‘wealthy’.

Alohi

Variant on the Hawaiian greeting Aloha, meaning ‘love and affection’.

Alona

Hebrew, meaning ‘oak tree’.

Alora

Variant of Alona, meaning ‘oak tree’.

Alouette

(alt. Allouette, Alowette)

French, meaning ‘like a bird’.

Alpha

The first letter of the Greek alphabet, usually given to a first-born daughter.

Alta

Latin, meaning ‘elevated’.

Altagracia

Spanish, meaning ‘grace’.

Althea

(alt. Altea, Altha)

From the Greek, meaning ‘healing power’.

Alva

Spanish, meaning ‘blond’ or ‘fair skinned’.

Alvena

(alt. Alvina)

English, meaning ‘noble friend’.

Alvia

(alt. Alyvia)

Variant of Olivia or Elvira.

Alyda

(alt. Aleda, Alida, Alita)

French, meaning ‘soaring’.

Alyssa

(alt. Alisa, Alysa)

Greek, meaning ‘rational’.

Ama

African, meaning ‘born on Saturday’.

Amabel

Variant of Annabel, meaning ‘grace and beauty’.

Amadea

Feminine of Amadeus, meaning ‘God’s beloved’.

Amalia

Variant of Emilia, meaning ‘industrious’.

Amana

Hebrew, meaning ‘loyal and true’.

Amanda

Latin, meaning ‘much loved’.

Amandine

Variant of Amanda, meaning ‘much loved’.

Amara

(alt. Amani)

Greek, meaning ‘lovely forever’.

Amarantha

Contraction of Amanda and Samantha, meaning ‘much loved listener’.

Amaris

(alt. Amari, Amasa)

Hebrew, meaning ‘pledged by God’.

Amaryllis

Greek, meaning ‘fresh’. Also a flower by the same name.

Amber

From the French word for the semi-precious stone of the same name.

Amberly

Contraction of Amber and Leigh, meaning ‘stone’ and ‘meadow’.

Amberlynn

Contraction of Amber and Lynn, meaning ‘stone’ and ‘waterfall’.

Amboree

(alt. Ambor, Ambree)

American, meaning ‘precocious’.

Ambrosia

(alt. Ambrozia)

Greek, meaning ‘eternal’.

Amelia

(alt. Aemilia)

Greek, meaning ‘industrious’.

Amelie

(alt. Amalie)

French version of Amelia, meaning ‘industrious’.

Amera

Arabic, meaning ‘royal birth’.

America

From the country of the same name.

Ameris

Variant of amaryllis, meaning ‘fresh’.

Amethyst

From the Greek word for the precious, mulberry coloured stone of the same name.

Amina

Arabic, meaning ‘honest and trustworthy’.

Amira

(alt. Amiya, Amiyah)

Arabic, meaning ‘a highborn girl’.

Amity

Latin, meaning ‘friendship and harmony’.

Amory

Variant on the Spanish name Amor, meaning ‘love’.

Amy

(alt. Amee, Amie)

Latin, meaning ‘beloved’.

Amya

Variant on Amy, meaning ‘beloved’.

Ana-Lisa

Contraction of Anna and Lisa, meaning ‘gracious’ or ‘consecrated to God’.

Anafa

Hebrew, meaning ‘heron’.

Ananda

Hindi, meaning ‘bliss’.

Anastasia

(alt. Athanasia)

Greek, meaning ‘resurrection’.

Anatolia

From the eastern Greek town of the same name.

Andelyn

Contraction of the feminine for Andrew and Lynn, meaning ‘strong waterfall’.

Andrea

(alt. Andreia, Andria)

Feminine of Andrew, from the Greek term for ‘a man’s woman’.

Andrine

Variant of Andrea, meaning ‘a man’s woman’.

Andromeda

From the heroine of a Greek legend.

Anemone

Greek, meaning ‘breath’.

Angela

(alt. Angelia, Angelle)

Greek, meaning ‘messenger from God’ or ‘angel’.

Angelica

(alt. Angelina, Angeline, Angelique)

Latin, meaning ‘angelic’.

Anise

(alt. Anisa)

From the licorice flavoured plant of the same name.

Anita

(alt. Anitra)

Variant of Ann, meaning ‘grace’.

Ann

(alt. Anne, Annie)

Derived from Hannah, meaning ‘grace’.

Anna

(alt. Ana)

Derived from Hannah, meaning ‘grace’.

Annabel

(alt. Anabelle, Annabella, Annabelle)

Contraction of Anna and Belle, meaning ‘grace’ and ‘beauty’.

Annalise

(alt. Annaliese, Annalisa)

Contraction of Anna and Lise, meaning ‘grace’ and ‘pledged to God’.

Annemarie

(alt. Annamae, Annmarie)

Contraction of Anna and Mary, meaning ‘grace’ and ‘bitterness or rebellious’.

Annette

(alt. Annetta)

Derived from Anna and Hannah, meaning ‘grace’.

Annis

Greek, meaning ‘finished or completed’.

Annora

Latin, meaning ‘honour’.

Anoushka

(alt. Anousha)

A Russian variation of Ann, meaning ‘grace’.

Ansley

English, meaning ‘the awesome one’s meadow’.

Anthea

(alt. Anthi)

Greek, meaning ‘flowerlike’.

Antigone

In Greek mythology, Antigone was the daughter of Oedipus.

Antoinette

(alt. Antonette, Antonietta)

Both a variation of Ann and the feminine of Anthony, meaning ‘invaluable grace’.

Antonia

(alt. Antonella, Antonina)

Latin, meaning ‘invaluable’.

Anwen

Welsh, meaning ‘very fair’.

Anya

(alt. Aniyah, Anja)

Russian, meaning ‘grace’.

Aphrodite

(alt. Afrodite)

Greek, the mythological goddess of love and beauty.

Apollonia

Feminine of Apollo, the Greek god of the sun.

Apple

Name of the fruit.

April

(alt. Avril)

Latin, meaning ‘opening up’. Also the name of the month.

Aquilina

(alt. Aquila)

Spanish, meaning ‘like an eagle’.

Ara

Arabic, meaning ‘brings rain’.

Arabella

Latin, meaning ‘answered prayer’.

Araceli

(alt. Aracely)

Spanish, meaning ‘altar of Heaven’.

Araminta

Contraction of Arabella and Amita, meaning ‘altar of Heaven’ and ‘friendship’.

Araylia

(alt. Araelea)

Latin, meaning ‘golden’.

Arcadia

Greek, meaning ‘paradise’.

Ardelle

(alt. Ardell, Ardella)

Latin, meaning ‘burning with enthusiasm’.

Arden

(alt. Ardis, Ardith)

Latin, meaning ‘burning with enthusiasm’.

Arekah

Greek, meaning ‘virtuous’.

Arella

(alt. Areli, Arely)

Hebrew, meaning ‘angel’.

Arete

Greek, meaning ‘goodness’. Queen of the Phaeacians in Homer’s Odyssey.

Aretha

Greek, meaning ‘woman of virtue’.

Aria

(alt. Ariah)

Italian, meaning ‘melody’.

Ariadne

In Greek mythology, Ariadne was the daughter of King Minos.

Ariana

(alt. Ariane, Arienne)

Welsh, meaning ‘silver’.

Ariel

(alt. Ariela, Ariella, Arielle)

Hebrew, meaning ‘Lioness of God’.

Arista

(alt. Aristella, Aristelle)

Greek, meaning ‘wonderful’.

Arlene

(alt. Arleen, Arline)

Gaelic, meaning ‘pledge’.

Armida

Latin, meaning ‘little armed one’.

Artemisia

(alt. Artemis)

Of both Greek and Spanish origin, meaning ‘perfect’.

Artie

(alt. Arti)

Shortened form of Artemisia, meaning ‘perfect’.

Ashanti

Geographical area in Africa

Ashby

English, meaning ‘ash tree farm’.

Ashley

(alt. Ashlee, Ashleigh, Ashlie, Ashly)

English, meaning ‘ash tree meadow’.

Ashlynn

Irish Gaelic, meaning ‘dream’.

Ashton

(alt. Ashtyn)

Place name.

Asia

Name of continent.

Asma

(alt. Asmara)

Arabic, meaning ‘high-standing’.

Aspasia

(alt. Aspashia)

Greek, meaning ‘witty’.

Aspen

(alt. Aspynn)

Name of the tree. Also name of a city in the USA.

Assumpta

(alt. Assunta)

Italian, meaning ‘raised up’.

Asta

(alt. Astor, Astoria)

Greek or Latin, meaning ‘star-like’.

Astrid

Old Norse, meaning ‘beautiful like a God’.

Atara

Hebrew, meaning ‘diadem’.

Athena

(alt. Athenais)

The Greek goddess of wisdom.

Aubrey

(alt. Aubree, Aubriana, Aubrie)

French, meaning ‘elf ruler’.

Audrey

(alt. Audrie, Audry,Autry)

English, meaning ‘noble strength’.

Audrina

Alternative of Audrey, meaning ‘noble strength’.

Augusta

(alt. August, Augustine)

Latin, meaning ‘worthy of respect’.

Aura

(alt. Aurea)

Greek or Latin, meaning either ‘soft breeze’ or ‘gold’.

Aurelia

(alt. Aurelie)

Latin, meaning ‘gold’.

Aurora

(alt. Aurore)

In Roman mythology, Aurora was the goddess of the sunrise.

Austine

(alt. Austen, Austin)

Latin, meaning ‘worthy of respect’.

Autra

(alt. Aut)

Latin, meaning ‘gold’.

Autumn

Name of the season.

Ava

(alt. Avia, Avie)

Latin, meaning ‘like a bird’.

Avalon

(alt. Avalyn, Aveline)

Celtic, meaning ‘island of apples’.

Axelle

Greek, meaning ‘father of peace.’

Aya

(alt. Ayah)

Hebrew, meaning ‘bird’.

Ayanna

(alt. Ayana)

American, meaning ‘grace’.

Ayesha

(alt. Aisha, Aysha)

Persian, meaning ‘small one’.

Azalea

Latin, meaning ‘dry earth’.

Azalia

Hebrew, meaning ‘aided by God’.

Aziza

Hebrew, meaning ‘mighty’, or Arabic, meaning ‘precious’.

Azure

(alt. Azaria)

French, meaning ‘sky-blue’.

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