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  • Aahan

    Meaning: Dawn / Morning

    Origin: Hindu

  • Aahan

    Meaning: Dawn / Morning

    Origin: Hindu

  • Aala

    Meaning: She who hunts and heals

    Origin: American

  • Aaleahya

    Meaning: Sunshine

    Origin: Indian

  • Aaleahya

    Meaning: Sunshine

    Origin: Indian

  • Aaleyah

    Meaning: The greatest gift of God.

    Origin: Arabic

  • Aalijah

    Meaning: The lord is god. Variant of Elijah.

    Origin: Hebrew

  • Aaliyah

    Meaning: Highly exalted.

    Origin: Hebrew

  • Aaliyah

    Meaning: Ascender

    Origin: Arabic

  • Aamori

    Origin: African

  • Aanjay

    Meaning: Unconquerable

    Origin: Indian

  • Aanjay

    Meaning: Unconquerable

    Origin: Indian

  • Aaralyn

    Meaning: With song

    Origin: American

  • Aaric

    Meaning: Variant of Aric meaning rule with mercy.

    Origin: English

  • Aarika

    Meaning: Alternate Spelling: Erika, Erica, Ericka.

    Origin: Unknown

  • Aaron

    Meaning: High mountain: Lofty or inspired. In the bible Moses' brother Aaron was Israel's first high priest and is remembered for his staff which blossomed miraculously. Popular in English speaking countries since the Protestant Reformation.

    Origin: Hebrew

  • Aarshiya

    Meaning: Heavenly

    Origin: Unknown

  • Aart

    Meaning: Like an eagle

    Origin: Anglo-Saxon

  • Aarthi

    Meaning: Way of offering prayer to god

    Origin: Indian

  • Aarthi

    Meaning: Way of offering prayer to god

    Origin: Indian

  • Aarush

    Meaning: First ray of sun.

    Origin: Indian

  • Aarush

    Meaning: First ray of sun.

    Origin: Indian

  • Aarushi

    Meaning: First ray of the sun.

    Origin: Indian

  • Aarushi

    Meaning: First ray of the sun.

    Origin: Indian

  • Aashish

    Meaning: Blessing.

    Origin: Hindu

  • Aashish

    Meaning: Blessing.

    Origin: Hindu

  • Aashka

    Meaning: Blessing

    Origin: Indian

  • Aashka

    Meaning: Blessing

    Origin: Indian

  • Aasiya

    Meaning: derived from the arabic verb, to abound, and means abundant, flourishing, thriving, prosperous

    Origin: Unknown

  • Aaylah

    Meaning: Light bearer

    Origin: Unknown

  • Abagail

    Meaning: Gives Joy.

    Origin: Hebrew

  • Abaigael

    Meaning: Gives joy

    Origin: Hebrew

  • Abaigeal

    Meaning: Gives joy

    Origin: Hebrew

  • Aballach

    Meaning: Father of Modron

    Origin: Arthurian Legend

  • Abarrane

    Meaning: Feminine form of Abraham father of many

    Origin: Hebrew

  • Abarron

    Meaning: Father of a multitude

    Origin: Hebrew

  • Abba

    Meaning: Father

    Origin: Arabic

  • Abban

    Meaning: Abbot

    Origin: Irish

  • Abban

    Meaning: Abbot

    Origin: Irish

  • Abbas

    Meaning: Lion

    Origin: Arabic

  • Abbey

    Meaning: My father rejoices. Biblical: the name of King David's third wife described as good in discretion and beautiful in form.

    Origin: Hebrew

  • Abbie

    Meaning: Gives joy, My father rejoices. Biblical: the name of King David\'s third wife described as good in discretion and beautiful in form.

    Origin: Hebrew

  • Abbigale

    Origin: Unknown

  • Abbot

    Meaning: Abbey father

    Origin: English

  • Abbot

    Meaning: Father

    Origin: Hebrew

  • Abbotson

    Meaning: Son of Abbot

    Origin: Hebrew

  • Abbott

    Meaning: Abbey father

    Origin: English

  • Abbott

    Meaning: Father

    Origin: Hebrew

  • Abby

    Meaning: My father rejoices. Biblical: the name of King David's third wife described as good in discretion and beautiful in form.

    Origin: Hebrew

  • Abd al Alim

    Meaning: Servant of the all knowing

    Origin: Arabic

  • Abd al Bari

    Meaning: Servant of Allah

    Origin: Arabic

  • Abd al Hakim

    Meaning: Servant of the wise

    Origin: Arabic

  • Abd al Jabbar

    Meaning: Servant of the mighty

    Origin: Arabic

  • Abd al Matin

    Meaning: Servant of the strong

    Origin: Arabic

  • Abd al Qadir

    Meaning: Servant of the capable

    Origin: Arabic

  • Abd al Rashid

    Meaning: Servant of the guided

    Origin: Arabic

  • Abd al Sami

    Meaning: Servant of the all hearing

    Origin: Arabic

  • Abd er Rahman

    Meaning: Servant of the merciful one

    Origin: Arabic

  • Abdalrahman

    Meaning: Servant of the merciful one

    Origin: Arabic

  • Abdel

    Meaning: Servant

    Origin: Arabic

  • Abdul

    Meaning: Servant of God

    Origin: Arabic

  • Abdulla

    Meaning: Servant of God.

    Origin: Arabic

  • Abdullah

    Meaning: Servant of God

    Origin: Arabic

  • Abedabun

    Meaning: Sight of day (Chippewa)

    Origin: Native American

  • Abeer

    Meaning: Fragrance.

    Origin: Arabic

  • Abegayle

    Meaning: Gives joy

    Origin: Hebrew

  • Abel

    Meaning: Biblical name meaning Son or Breath. Abel was the son of Adam and Eve who was killed by his brother Cain in a fit of jealousy.

    Origin: Hebrew

  • Abelard

    Meaning: Resolute

    Origin: German

  • Abelard

    Meaning: Resolute

    Origin: German

  • Abell

    Meaning: Exhalation of breath. The second son of Adam in the bible. The variant Able is used as an English surname.

    Origin: Hebrew

  • Abella

    Meaning: Breath

    Origin: French

  • Abeodan

    Meaning: Announce

    Origin: Anglo-Saxon

  • Abequa

    Meaning: Stays at home (Chippewa)

    Origin: Native American

  • Abeque

    Meaning: Stays at home (Chippewa)

    Origin: Native American

  • Abhainn

    Meaning: River

    Origin: Scottish

  • Abhainn

    Meaning: River

    Origin: Scottish

  • Abhy

    Meaning: Gives joy

    Origin: Hebrew

  • Abia

    Meaning: Great

    Origin: Arabic

  • Abiageal

    Meaning: Irish form of Abigail brings joy

    Origin: Irish

  • Abiageal

    Meaning: Irish form of Abigail brings joy

    Origin: Irish

  • Abichail

    Meaning: Gives joy

    Origin: Hebrew

  • Abigail

    Meaning: Gives joy: My father rejoices. Biblical: the name of King David's third wife described as good in discretion and beautiful in form.

    Origin: Hebrew

  • Abigall

    Meaning: Fathers joy. Alternate Spellings: Abegale, Abgail, Abigale.

    Origin: Hebrew

  • Abijah

    Meaning: The Lord is my father

    Origin: Hebrew

  • Abimelech

    Meaning: Father is king

    Origin: Hebrew

  • Abir

    Meaning: Arabic: The fragrant one. Also Hebrew: Strong.

    Origin: Arabic

  • Abir

    Meaning: Fragrant

    Origin: Arabic

  • Abir

    Meaning: Strong

    Origin: Hebrew

  • Abiram

    Meaning: Father of heights

    Origin: Hebrew

  • Abisha

    Meaning: The Lord is my father

    Origin: Hebrew

  • Able

    Meaning: Exhalation of breath. The second son of Adam in the bible. The variant Able is used as an English surname.

    Origin: Hebrew

  • Ablendan

    Meaning: Blind

    Origin: Anglo-Saxon

  • Abner

    Meaning: Father of light. In the bible King Saul's cousin and commander of his army. Abner was a valiant warrior and clever strategist.

    Origin: Hebrew

  • Abooksigun

    Meaning: Wildcat (Algonquin)

    Origin: Native American

  • Abra

    Meaning: Mother of many

    Origin: Hebrew

  • Abra

    Meaning: Lesson

    Origin: Arabic

  • Abracham

    Meaning: Irish form of Abraham

    Origin: Irish

  • Abracham

    Meaning: Irish form of Abraham

    Origin: Irish

  • Abraham

    Meaning: Meaniing Father of a multitude Abraham the first of the Old Testament patriarchs. God changed it from Abram when He appointed him to be the father of the Hebrew nation.

    Origin: Hebrew

  • Abram

    Meaning: Exalted father. The biblical patriarch Abraham's name before God changed it.

    Origin: Hebrew

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