Spanish: Like a bee
It seems that some people have been confusing Adan with the ever-popular Aidan. The name is actually pronounced ah-DHAHN... Read More
French: Good humor, of the nobility
French: Of the nobility; variant of Adelaide
German: Sweet or noble
German: Of the nobility, noble
Spanish: Of the nobility, noble; a diminutive form of Adela. During the Mexican Revolution in the early twentieth century, adelitas...
While its meaning of "man from Adrian" is nothing to write home about, there's something special about the dashing Adriano... Read More
Native American: Grove of cottonwood
Alberto certainly makes a much bigger impression than just plain ol' Albert, from which it originated. (Perhaps it's the... Read More
Spanish: Happiness, joy
Spanish: Defends mankind; popular Spanish form of Alexander
This name is fit for royalty! Alfonso was used by kings of both Spain and Portugal-- 26 to be exact! -- for centuries and... Read More
Despite its pasta associations, Alfredo remains a fairly popular boys name. As the charmingly fun brother of the buttoned-up... Read More
Spanish: Noble; variant of Alice and Adelaide
Pronounced ah-LEE-sah, Alisa is a unique alternative to more popular names Alice and Alyssa. With a joyful meaning like "great... Read More
Spanish: Noble; form of Adelita
Spanish: The city; The Virgin of Almudena is the patron saint of Madrid.
Spanish: "Lark" in Spanish. May also be a variation of Alexandra.
From the Shakespearean play The Tempest Read More