Egyptian: Stern (Swahili)
This Hebrew name means "father" and was used as the term for the leader of a monastery. Abbott has some traction as a last... Read More
Poor, unfortunate Abel. In the Bible, Abel was the son of Adam and Eve who was killed by his brother Cain in a fit of jealousy... Read More
Hebrew: My father is light; In the Bible, Abner was King Saul''s cousin and commander of his army.
From the Shakespearean play Romeo & Juliet Read More
Hebrew: Exalted father; the biblical patriarch Abraham''s name before God changed it
African: First daughter
English: Prosperous, happy
Hebrew: Beautiful, ornament
The name Adam has been around forever—and that's not an exaggeration. Biblically, Adam was the first human being created... Read More
Another patronymic name like Jamison, Addison has fallen out of fashion as a boy's name and is almost exclusively a girl's... Read More
German: Of the nobility; the wife of Emperor Otto the Great and the name of an Australian city
This name isn't technically illegal (though "Adolf" and "Hitler" together is), but you'll be hard-pressed to find a parent... Read More
Greek: Good, kind; Saint Agatha was a third-century Sicilian martyr
Irish: Little, fiery; Aidan is a modern English spelling of the early medieval Gaelic name Áedán.
Anglo Saxon Origin
Irish: Light; variant of Evelyn
Scottish: Light, from the green meadow; also see Eileen and Helen
Celtic: Fire or joy
Irish: Vision; may also be a variant of Ashlyn
Latin: A Greek at Troy
Gaelic: Defends mankind; variant of Alexander
Scottish: Defends mankind; an Anglicized form of Alasdair, a Gaelic variant of Alexander
German: Noble, bright; Prince Albert was Queen Victoria''s consort noted for enthusiastic support of the application of science to...
German: Bright, noble; This feminine form of Albert is also related to the name Bertha.
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German: Wise, elder, sometimes wealthy; variant of Aldo
English: Old friend, wise friend. Variant of Alvin. A surname derived from Aldwyn. Related to the Alder tree.