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Able

Able is simply a spelling variation of Abel, and an unpopular one at that. If you are willing and able, don't name your son... Read More

Acacia

Greek: Thorny; In Greek mythology, the acacia tree symbolizes immortality and resurrection. Acacia wood was used in the Bible to...

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Acadia

The descendants of the Arcadians settled in Lousiana and became known as Cajuns. Read More

Acantha

Greek: Sharp, pointed, or thorned

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Ace

Anglo Saxon Origin

English Origin

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Adelaide

French Origin

German: Of the nobility; the wife of Emperor Otto the Great and the name of an Australian city

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Adra

Latin Origin

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Aegis

Greek: Shield; In Greek mythology, Aegis was the goat-skin shield of Zeus and his daughter Athena.

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Aeneas

Greek: Praiseworthy; the Trojan warrior from Virgil''s Aeneid

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Afton

English: From the Afton River

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Agate

Not all jewel names can be hits, and Agate is definitely a miss. Do yourself—and your future child—a favor and pretend... Read More

Aharon

Egyptian: Exalted

Hebrew: See Aaron

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Aidan

Irish: Little, fiery; Aidan is a modern English spelling of the early medieval Gaelic name Áedán.

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Aiden

A spirited baby may be in the cards for you if you decide to name your son Aiden, derived from the Irish Aidan, meaning "fiery... Read More

Aina

Celtic: Joy

Finnish: Forever

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Alden

Anglo Saxon Origin

English: Old friend, wise friend. Variant of Alvin. A surname derived from Aldwyn. Related to the Alder tree.

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Alder

English: From the alder tree

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Aldon

English: Old friend, wise friend. Variant of Alvin. A surname derived from Aldwyn. Related to the Alder tree.

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Alik

Russian: Helper of man

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Alona

Basque: Refers to the Virgin Mary

Hebrew: Strong as an oak tree

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Alyssa

A variation of the more formal-sounding Alicia, the breezier Alyssa rocketed in popularity in the 1980s, thanks to actress... Read More

Ama

African: Born on Saturday (Ghanaian)

Norse: Eagle

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Amanda

Do you want to be reminded of just how loveable your daughter is every time you yell her name in frustration? Then perhaps... Read More

Amara

German: Eternal

Greek: Eternal; a form of Amarantha

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Amaryllis

Greek: Flower; poetically used to mean a simple shepherdess or country girl in I Care Not For Those Ladies by Thomas Campion (1567-1620)...

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Ambar

Ambergris is odoriferous and is used in the making of perfume products. Amber, the fossilized jewel as it is defined in English... Read More

Amber

A steadily popular name for several decades—Amber was everywhere in the 1980s and '90s—the name now, surprisingly, makes... Read More

Ambre

French: Amber

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America

American: Place name for the United States of America

Latin: derived from the Latin, Americus, in homage to explorer Amerigo Vespucci

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Amethyst

Move over Ruby and Jade, Amethyst is...not on the way. Despite the popularity of many gemstone names right now, the purple... Read More