American baby names are as diverse and creative as the people who make up the USA—from strong and traditional, like William and Sarah, to unique, like Phineas and Apple.
American: From the open plain; This well-known spelling variation of the Spanish Savanna is especially recognizable in the United States...
American: Place name for the United States of America
Latin: derived from the Latin, Americus, in homage to explorer Amerigo Vespucci
American: Unisex name; originally a male biblical name meaning God has heard
American: Gives joy, my father rejoices; a familiar form of Abigail
American: American version of Maya.
Japanese: "Night rain" in Japanese.
American: Familiar form of Jason, Jacy, and similar names
American: A power or process of transforming something common into something special
American: Heaven spelled backwards
American: Apple, a fruit
American: To listen; name of the young heroine in To Kill a Mockingbird
American: Modern blend of Jay and Len
American: Variation of Jacob
American: Virtuous, princess
American: Small bag, sack
American: City in Texas
American: Place name for a country in South America
American: daughter of Garrison Keillor
American: Noble, strong, meadow
American: Origin unclear, possibly related to the title of count; "Although I speak, With my mouth thus; in my heartDo I play a double...
American: Variant of Andrew manly.
American: Green meadow; possibly a varaint of Greeley, but more likely a modern blend of the color green and the English ending "leigh"...
American: Variant of Jalena
American: Nature name, taken from lake, a body of water
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American: Meaning unknown, but possibly related to Siddel, an Old English male name meaning from the wide valley; Siddalee is a character...
American: Cowboy hat