starting at letter A.
Adkins meaning: Son of Aiken.
Adkins origin: English
Adkyn meaning: Oaken.
Adkyn origin: English
Adlai meaning: Refuge of God.
Adlai origin: Hebrew
Adlar meaning: Eagle.
Adlar origin: German
Adler meaning: Eagle.
Adler origin: German
Adley meaning: Just.
Adley origin: Hebrew
Admah meaning: Earthy; red; bloody.
Admah origin: Biblical
Admatha meaning: A cloud of death, a mortal vapor. Non-gerderized Biblical name.
Admatha origin: Biblical
Admeta meaning: From a tale of Hercules.
Admeta origin: Greek
Admetus meaning: A king of Pherae.
Admetus origin: Greek
Admina meaning: Of the red earth.
Admina origin: Hebrew
Admon meaning: Red peony.
Admon origin: Hebrew
Adna meaning: Pleasure, delight.
Adna origin: Biblical
Adnah meaning: Eternal rest. Non-gerderized Biblical name.
Adnah origin: Biblical
Adnan meaning: One who is settled, pleasure.
Adnan origin: Arabic
Adne meaning: Eagle.
Adne origin: German
Adnet meaning: Son of Adam: Man of the red earth.
Adnet origin: Hebrew
Adney meaning: Lives on the noble's island.
Adney origin: English
Adniel meaning: Of God's flock.
Adniel origin: Hebrew
Adnot meaning: Son of Adam: Man of the red earth.
Adnot origin: Hebrew
Adny meaning: Lives on the noble's island.
Adny origin: English
Adoeete meaning: Kiowa word for tree.
Adoeete origin: Native American
Adoerte meaning: Variant of Adoeete: Kiowa word for tree.
Adoerte origin: Native American
Adoette meaning: Large tree.
Adoette origin: Native American
Adoff meaning: German form of Adalwolf meaning noble wolf, generally associated with the 20th-century German dictator Adolf Hitler.
Adoff origin: German
Adofo meaning: Ghanian word for warrior.
Adofo origin: African
Adojan meaning: Hungarian form of Adrian 'from the Adriatic'.
Adojan origin: Hungarian
Adok meaning: Of the Adriatic.
Adok origin: Latin
Adolf meaning: Variant of Adolph: Noble wolf.
Adolf origin: German
Adolfo meaning: Form of Adolph: Noble hero.
Adolfo origin: Spanish
Adolph meaning: Noble hero.
Adolph origin: German
Adolpha meaning: Noble she wolf.
Adolpha origin: German
Adolphe meaning: Variant of Adolph: Noble wolf.
Adolphe origin: German
Adolphine meaning: Feminine form of Adolph. Noble wolf.
Adolphine origin: Teutonic
Adolpho meaning: Form of Adolph: Noble hero.
Adolpho origin: Spanish
Adolphus meaning: Noble wolf.
Adolphus origin: German
Adom meaning: God's blessing. (Ghanian).
Adom origin: African
Adon meaning: Lord.
Adon origin: Hebrew
Adoncia meaning: Sweet.
Adoncia origin: Spanish
Adonia meaning: Beautiful.
Adonia origin: Greek
Adoniah meaning: The Lord is my God.
Adoniah origin: Hebrew
Adoni-bezek meaning: The lightning of the Lord, the Lord of lightning.
Adoni-bezek origin: Biblical
Adoniia meaning: Variant of Akoniia: The Lord is my God.
Adoniia origin: Hawaiian
Adonijah meaning: The Lord is my master.
Adonijah origin: Biblical
Adonikam meaning: The Lord is raised.
Adonikam origin: Biblical
Adoniram meaning: My Lord is most high. Lord of might and elevation.
Adoniram origin: Biblical
Adonis meaning: Man loved by Aphrodite, manly beauty.
Adonis origin: Greek
Adoniya meaning: Variant of Adoniah: The Lord is my God.
Adoniya origin: Hebrew
Adoniyah meaning: Variant of Adoniah: The Lord is my God.
Adoniyah origin: Hebrew
Adoni-zedek meaning: Justice of the Lord; Lord of justice.
Adoni-zedek origin: Biblical
Adooeette meaning: Variant of Adoeete: Kiowa word for tree.
Adooeette origin: Native American
AdoQhina meaning: Feminine form of Adolph. Noble wolf.
AdoQhina origin: Teutonic
Adora meaning: Beloved.
Adora origin: French
Adorabella meaning: Adored beauty.
Adorabella origin: Latin
Adorabelle meaning: Adored beauty.
Adorabelle origin: Latin
Adoracion meaning: Adoration.
Adoracion origin: Spanish
Adoraim meaning: Strength of the sea. Non-gerderized Biblical name.
Adoraim origin: Biblical
Adoram meaning: Their beauty, their power. Non-gerderized Biblical name.
Adoram origin: Biblical
Adoree meaning: Glory.
Adoree origin: Latin
Adoria meaning: Glory.
Adoria origin: Latin
Adorlee meaning: Adored.
Adorlee origin: French
Adra meaning: From Adria, the Adriatic sea region. Also means dark.
Adra origin: Latin
Adrammelech meaning: The cloak, glory, grandeur or power of the king.
Adrammelech origin: Biblical
Adramyttium meaning: The court of death. Non-gerderized Biblical name.
Adramyttium origin: Biblical
Adras meaning: Manly.
Adras origin: Greek
Adrasteia meaning: Unyielding.
Adrasteia origin: Latin
Adrastus meaning: One of the attackers in 'The Seven Against Thebes'.
Adrastus origin: Greek
Adrea meaning: From Adria, the Adriatic sea region. Also means dark.
Adrea origin: Latin
Adrean meaning: Variant of Adrian: Black, dark, of the Adriatic.
Adrean origin: Latin
Adreana meaning: Dark.
Adreana origin: Italian
Adreanna meaning: From Adria, the Adriatic sea region. Also means dark.
Adreanna origin: French
Adren meaning: Variant of Adrian: Black, dark, of the Adriatic.
Adren origin: Latin
Adri meaning: Rock.
Adri origin: Hindi
Adria meaning: From Adria, the Adriatic sea region. Also means dark.
Adria origin: Latin
Adrian meaning: Dark one.
Adrian origin: Latin
Adriana meaning: Form of Adrienne: Dark one.
Adriana origin: Italian
Adriane meaning: From Adria, the Adriatic sea region. Also means dark.
Adriane origin: French
Adrianna meaning: From Adria, the Adriatic sea region. Also means dark.
Adrianna origin: French
Adrianne meaning: From Adria, the Adriatic sea region. Also means dark.
Adrianne origin: French
Adriano meaning: From the Adtiatic.
Adriano origin: Italian
Adrie meaning: From the Adriatic.
Adrie origin: Dutch
Adriel meaning: Beaver, symbol of skill.
Adriel origin: American Indian
Adrielle meaning: From Adria, the Adriatic sea region. Also means dark.
Adrielle origin: Latin
Adrien meaning: Variant of Adrian: From Adriatic sea region.
Adrien origin: French
Adriene meaning: From Adria, the Adriatic sea region. Also means dark.
Adriene origin: French
Adrienna meaning: From Adria, the Adriatic sea region. Also means dark.
Adrienna origin: Latin
Adrienne meaning: Dark one.
Adrienne origin: French
Adrik meaning: Of the Adriatic.
Adrik origin: Latin
Adrina meaning: From Adria, the Adriatic sea region. Also means dark.
Adrina origin: Latin
Adrion meaning: From Adria, the Adriatic sea region. Also means dark.
Adrion origin: English
Adriyel meaning: Of God's flock.
Adriyel origin: Hebrew
Adron meaning: From Adria, the Adriatic sea region. Also means dark.
Adron origin: English
Adsila meaning: Blossom (Cherokee).
Adsila origin: Native American
Adullam meaning: Their testimony, their prey, their ornament. Non-gerderized Biblical name.
Adullam origin: Biblical
Adummim meaning: Earthy, red, bloody things. Non-gerderized Biblical name.
Adummim origin: Biblical
Adunbi meaning: Nigerian word for pleasant.
Adunbi origin: African
Adusa meaning: Ghanian name given to the thirteenth-born child.
Adusa origin: African
Advent meaning: Born during Advent.
Advent origin: French
Adwr meaning: Coward.
Adwr origin: Welsh
Ady meaning: Form of Adelaide: Noble and of kind spirit.
Ady origin: German
Adya meaning: Born on Sunday.
Adya origin: Indian
Adyna meaning: Wretched.
Adyna origin: Welsh
Aea meaning: From Aea.
Aea origin: Latin
Aeacus meaning: Son of Zeus, grandfather of Achilles.
Aeacus origin: Greek
Aeary meaning: Scholar.
Aeary origin: Irish
Aeccestane meaning: Swordsman's stone.
Aeccestane origin: English
Aedd meaning: A king of Ireland.
Aedd origin: Welsh
Aedon meaning: Daughter of Pandareos.
Aedon origin: Greek
Aedre meaning: Stream.
Aedre origin: Anglo-Saxon
Aedus meaning: Fire.
Aedus origin: Irish
Aeetes meaning: Medea's father.
Aeetes origin: Greek
Aefentid meaning: Evening.
Aefentid origin: Anglo-Saxon
Aefre meaning: Forever.
Aefre origin: Anglo-Saxon
Aegaea meaning: From the Aegean sea.
Aegaea origin: Latin
Aegaeus meaning: From the Aegean sea.
Aegaeus origin: Latin
Aegates meaning: From the Aegates.
Aegates origin: Latin
Aegelmaere meaning: Infamous.
Aegelmaere origin: English
Aegelweard meaning: Noble protector.
Aegelweard origin: English
Aegeon meaning: 'The Comedy of Errors' A merchant of Syracuse.
Aegeon origin: Shakespearean
Aegeria meaning: Cumaean.
Aegeria origin: Latin
Aegeus meaning: Zeus' shield, which was made of goatskin. Also the name of the second husband of Medea.
Aegeus origin: Greek
Aegidius meaning: A Latin name based on the Greek word for kid or goatskin.
Aegidius origin: Latin
Aegileif meaning: Daughter of Hrolf Helgason.
Aegileif origin: Norse
Aegina meaning: Mother of Aeacus.
Aegina origin: Latin
Aeginae meaning: Mother of Aeacus.
Aeginae origin: Latin
Aegion meaning: 'The Comedy of Errors' Father to the twin brothers Antipholus of Ephesus, and Antipholus of Syracuse.
Aegion origin: Shakespearean
Aegir meaning: Of the Gods.
Aegir origin: Norse
Aegis meaning: Variant of Aegeus: Zeus' shield, which was made of goatskin. Also the name of the second husband of Medea.
Aegis origin: Greek
Aegisthus meaning: Cousin of Agamemnon.
Aegisthus origin: Greek
Aegyptus meaning: King of Egypt. Father of the Danaides.
Aegyptus origin: Greek
Aeker meaning: From the oak tree.
Aeker origin: English
Aekerley meaning: From the oak tree meadow.
Aekerley origin: English
Aekerman meaning: Man of oak.
Aekerman origin: English
Aekley meaning: From the oak tree meadow.
Aekley origin: English
Aeldra meaning: Noble.
Aeldra origin: English
Aelfdane meaning: Danish elf.
Aelfdane origin: English
Aelfdene meaning: From the elfin valley.
Aelfdene origin: English
Aelfraed meaning: Elf counselor.
Aelfraed origin: English
Aelfric meaning: Elf ruler.
Aelfric origin: English
Aelfthryth meaning: An Old English name formed as a compound of aelf, meaning elf, and thryth, meaning strength.
Aelfthryth origin: English
Aelfwine meaning: Friend of the elves.
Aelfwine origin: English
Aelle meaning: Name of several kings.
Aelle origin: Anglo-Saxon
Aello meaning: A harpy.
Aello origin: Greek
Aelwyd meaning: From the hearth.
Aelwyd origin: Welsh
Aemilia meaning: The feminine form of the Roman clan name Aemilius.
Aemilia origin: Latin
Aemilianus meaning: From the Roman clan name Aemilius.
Aemilianus origin: Latin
Aemilius meaning: Roman family clan name.
Aemilius origin: Latin
Aeneades meaning: Descended from Aeneas.
Aeneades origin: Latin
Aeneas meaning: Worthy of praise.
Aeneas origin: Greek
Aenedleah meaning: From the awe inspiring one's meadow.
Aenedleah origin: English
Aenescumb meaning: Lives in the valley of the majestic one.
Aenescumb origin: English
Aengus meaning: Exceptionally strong.
Aengus origin: Celtic
Aenon meaning: A cloud; fountain; his eye.
Aenon origin: Biblical
Aeolia meaning: Daughter of Amythaon.
Aeolia origin: Latin
Aeolius meaning: Mythical keeper of the winds.
Aeolius origin: Latin
Aeolus meaning: Changeable, God of the winds.
Aeolus origin: Greek
Aerlene meaning: Elfin.
Aerlene origin: Anglo-Saxon
Aerwyna meaning: Friend of the sea.
Aerwyna origin: English
Aescby meaning: From the ash tree farm.
Aescby origin: English
Aescford meaning: Lives by the ash tree ford.
Aescford origin: English
Aeschylus meaning: Athenian poet.
Aeschylus origin: Latin
Aesclapius meaning: God of medicine.
Aesclapius origin: Latin
Aescleah meaning: Lives in the ash tree grove.
Aescleah origin: English
Aesclin meaning: Lives at the ash tree pool.
Aesclin origin: English
Aesctun meaning: From the ash tree farm.
Aesctun origin: English
Aesculapius meaning: God of medicine.
Aesculapius origin: Greek
Aescwine meaning: Spear friend.
Aescwine origin: English
Aescwyn meaning: Spear friend.
Aescwyn origin: English
Aesir meaning: Of the Gods.
Aesir origin: Norse
Aesoburne meaning: Lives near the ash tree brook.
Aesoburne origin: English
Aeson meaning: Father of Jason in ancient Greek mythology.
Aeson origin: Greek
Aethelbald meaning: A king of Mercia.
Aethelbald origin: Anglo-Saxon
Aethelbeorht meaning: Splendid.
Aethelbeorht origin: English
Aethelbeorn meaning: Noble warrior.
Aethelbeorn origin: English
Aethelberht meaning: Noble or bright.
Aethelberht origin: English
Aethelbert meaning: Name of a king.
Aethelbert origin: Anglo-Saxon
Aethelflaed meaning: Sister of King Edward.
Aethelflaed origin: Anglo-Saxon
Aethelfrith meaning: Name of a king.
Aethelfrith origin: Anglo-Saxon
Aethelhard meaning: Brave.
Aethelhard origin: English
Aethelhere meaning: Name of a king.
Aethelhere origin: Anglo-Saxon
Aethelind meaning: An Old English name from an Old German name meaning noble snake.
Aethelind origin: English
Aethelisdun meaning: From the noble's hill.
Aethelisdun origin: English
Aethelmaer meaning: Noble or famous.
Aethelmaer origin: English
Aethelmaere meaning: Infamous.
Aethelmaere origin: English
Aethelred meaning: Name of a king.
Aethelred origin: Anglo-Saxon
Aethelreda meaning: Noble maiden.
Aethelreda origin: English
Aethelstan meaning: Name of a king.
Aethelstan origin: Anglo-Saxon
Aethelstun meaning: From the elfs home.
Aethelstun origin: English
Aethelthryth meaning: Wife of King Ecgfrith.
Aethelthryth origin: Anglo-Saxon
Aethelweard meaning: Noble protector.
Aethelweard origin: English
Aethelwine meaning: Friend of the elves.
Aethelwine origin: English
Aethelwulf meaning: Name of a king.
Aethelwulf origin: Anglo-Saxon
Aethelwyne meaning: Friend of the elves.
Aethelwyne origin: English
Aetheston meaning: From the noble's hill.
Aetheston origin: English
Aethiops meaning: An Ethiopian.
Aethiops origin: Latin
Aethra meaning: Mother of Theseus.
Aethra origin: Greek
Aethretun meaning: Lives at the spring farm.
Aethretun origin: English
Aetios meaning: Eagle.
Aetios origin: Greek
Aetna meaning: From Aetna.
Aetna origin: Greek
Aevar meaning: Son of Ketil.
Aevar origin: Norse