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    Baby names..pls help!

    my friend is having a baby girl and is stuck with names..she preferably wants one starting with an a..(dont ask..coz i dont know why) her little boy is called ashley so thats out..please can someone help with girls names beginning with a..thanks..rep given

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    Amelia
    Ashley

    Abigail
    Abbie
    theres loads.

    Banned

    ashleigh , adele , amy ................... my daughters name is teagan so im as stuck as u

    amy /ashleen/amelia /annie/angel/angela/

    Ashley is very pretty.:-D

    Original Poster

    what so her little boy is called ashley and you think she should call her girl that too?!...ASHLEY IS OUT!!!! thanks for help so far..rep given

    lol whoops didnt see that.

    Alisha, Alicia, Analeigh, Annaleize, Abigail, Aleah.

    Ayeisha, Aimee, Anna , analeigh

    Aaliyah Arabic, Hebrew high exalted, to ascend Aleah, Alea, Aleaseya, Aliya, Alia, Aleeya, Aliyah, Allyiah
    Aasia Hindu
    Aba African born on Thursday
    Abbra example, lesson
    Abby Latin head of a monastery Abbey, Abbe, Abbie
    Abella Assyrian child
    Abeni African Girl prayed for
    Abey Native American leaf
    Abha Hindu lustrous beauty
    Abhilasha Hindu
    Abia Arabic Great
    Abiba African child born after grandmother died
    Abie Hebrew father or mother of many
    Abigail Latin, Hebrew head of a monastery, a father's joy Abbey, Abbe, Abbie, Abby, Abagail, Abigayle, Abigale, Gail, Abilio, Abihail
    Abina Ghanese born on a tuesday
    Abiona Yoruban born on a journey
    Abira Hebrew strong
    Abra Hebrew father of a multitude
    Acacia Greek thorny, naive Acazia, Acatia
    Acadia Canadian Cadie, Caddie
    Acanit Ugandan hard times
    Acantha Greek thorny
    Accalia Latin foster mother of Romulus and Remus
    Acedia Czech
    Acelin Teutonic noble
    Achal Hindu steady, mountainous
    Achazia Hebrew the Lord holds
    Achen Ugandan a twin
    Achit Hindu
    Achlys Greek mist, darknesss
    Ada Teutonic, Hebrew happy, ornament Adah
    Adah unknown beautiful addition
    Adalgisa Old German noble hostage Adalgisal, Adelgiese
    Adalia Hebrew, Arabic, German refuge of God, just, noble one
    Adamina Hebrew dauggher of the earth
    Adara Greek, Arabic beauty, virgin
    Addie joyful, kind Addy
    Addisyn Addie, Addy, Addi
    Adelaide Hebrew, Latin noble kind, adorned Adalia, Adeline, Aline, Adele, Ellie, Addie, Elle, Adelle, Della, Adailia, Adalee, Adara, Adah, Eda, Etta, Ady, Adela, Adalheld
    Adelina Old German noble
    Ademia Greek without husband
    Adena Hebrew delicate, sensual Adina, Adinna, Adenna
    Aderes Hebrew one who protects
    Adesina Yoruban the way is opened for more
    Adhira Hindu lightning
    Adiana American the night's falling reveals the angels' beauty
    Adie Hebrew ornament
    Adina Hebrew voluptous
    Adishree Hindu exalted Adisree
    Aditi Hindu free and unbounded
    Adiva Arabic pleasant, gentle
    Adolfina German noble wolf, noble hero Adolpha, Adolfa
    Adona Adonna, Adonne, Ady
    Adoncia Spanish sweet
    Adonia Greek beautiful
    Adora French beloved one
    Adrienne Greek, Latin rich, wealthy, dark one Adria, Adrea, Adriana, Adrianna, Adrianne, Adreena, Hatria, Adri, Age
    Aeryn
    Afina Rumanian blueberry
    Afra Latin from Africa Afraate, Africana
    Africa Celtic pleasing, pleasant Affrica
    Afton Old English river name Aftonio
    Agape Greek love of the next Agapio
    Agatha Greek good, kind Agathe, Agace, Aggie, Aggy, Agata
    Aglaia Greek wisdom, glory Aglaian, Aglai
    Agnes Latin, Greek lamb, pure, chaste Agnese, Agnesa, Aggie, Aggy, Agenta, Inez, Ines, Nessa, Neza, Ynes, Ynez, Annice, Annis
    Agneta Greek, Germanic pure
    Ahava Hebrew name of a river, love
    Ahimsa Hindu nonviolent virtue
    Ai Japanese love
    Aida Old English, Arabic joyful, helper, reward
    Aiesha Arabic Woman
    Aijah
    Aiko Japanese beloved one, little love
    Aila Finnish light-bearer
    Aileen Greek, Celtic light, green meadow Leener, Leen
    Ailsa Hebrew concecrated to god
    Aimee Latin beloved, liked Amie, Aims, Aimelyn, Aimelin
    Ain Arabic precious, eye
    Aina Yoruban complicated delivery
    Aine Celtic joy
    Ainhoa Basque reference to virgin mary
    Ainsley Scottish my meadow Aynsley, Ainsly, Ainslee, Ainsworth
    Aintzane Basque glorious
    Airlia Greek ethereal
    Aislinn Celtic a dream, vision, inspiration Aisling
    Aissa African grateful Izza, Isa, Issa, Asa
    Aithne Celtic little fire
    Aiyana Native American eternal bllom Ajana
    Aja
    Ajay Hindu unconquerable, god
    Akaisha Irish the akaisha flower Casey, Kasey
    Akako Japanese red
    Akanke Nigerian to know her is to love her
    Akanksha Hindu
    Akasma Turkish white climbing-rose
    Akela Hawaiian noble
    Akilah Arabic intelligent, logical
    Akili Tanzanian wisdom
    Akilina Latin eagle
    Akina Japanese spring flower
    Akira Scottish, Japanese anchor
    Akiva Hebrew protect

    Allyssa, Alison, Ali, Amira...

    unusual or common?

    Alex, Amy, Aimme, Abbie, Alison, Amanda

    Akiva Hebrew protect
    Akriti Hindu
    Aksana Russian Axana
    Akshita Hindu
    Akuti Hindu princess
    Alake Yoruban one petted
    Alala Greek war goddess
    Alamela India highly intelligent
    Alana Gaelic, Hawaiian fair, beautiful, offering Alaina, Alyn, Allyn, Lani, Allie, Ally, Alli, Lanny, Alun, Alanna, Laina, Lane, Laney, Elaine, Alona
    Alankrita Hindu
    Alaqua Native American sweet-gum tree
    Alavda French lark
    Alazne Basque miracle
    Alberta German noble and brigt Albertina, Albertine,
    Albinka Latin blond
    Alcina Greek strongminded
    Alda unknown long lived
    Aldea Teutonic rich
    Aldercy Old English a chief
    Alena Greek, Slavic pretty, light Olena
    Aleshanee Native American She plays all the time
    Alesti Les
    Alethea Greek truthful one
    Alexavia alex, xavia, lexa
    Alice Old German, Greek noble, truth Alicia, Alise, Alisa, Alison, Allison, Alyse, Alix, Alyce, Alexis, Alika, Aliki, Ali, Allie, Ally, Alisha, Alishea, Alyshia, Alysha, Alissa, Alyson, Alyssa, Allyssa, Al, Lyssa, Alseia, Alessa
    Alida Greek, Latin beautiful dressed, small winged one Aleda, Aletta, Alette, Allida, Allidia, Alidia, Lida
    Alike Nigerian girl who drives out beautiful women
    Alima Arabic wise, learned
    Alina Polish bright, beautiful
    Alita Spanish noble
    Aliz Hungarian kind
    Aliza Hebrew joyous
    Alka Hindu
    Allayna Llaynie, Allie
    Allegra Latin brisk and cheerful, full of energy Allston
    Alma Latin soul, nourishing
    Alodie Anglo-Saxon wealthy
    Alona Native American oak tree
    Aloysia Teutonic famous in war
    Alpa Hindu
    Altair Arabic, Greek bird, star
    Althea Greek healer, wholesome Allie, Alethea, Alithea, Thea
    Alula Latin winged one
    Alumit Hebrew secret
    Alva unknown fair, complected
    Alvita Latin annointed
    Alysa Greek princess
    Alyssa Greek logical
    Alzena Arabic the woman
    Amabel Latin lovable
    Amadi Nigerian general rejoicing, seemed destined to die at birth
    Amadika Southern Rhodesian beloved
    Amadis Latin love of god
    Amaia Basque end
    Amal Hindu, Arabic bright, clean, pure; hope, wish, dream
    Amana unknown faithful
    Amanda Latin love, worthy of love, precious thing Mandy, Mandie, Mandi
    Amandeep Hindu light of peace Aman
    Amandine Latin beloved
    Amara Esperanto, German bitter, eternal, immortal, steadfast, beloved Amarande, Mara
    Amarante French flower name
    Amaris English Child of the moon
    Amata Spanish beloved
    Amaya
    Ambar Hindu sky
    Amber Arabic yellow-brown, precious jewel Ambert
    Amberjill Old English
    Amberley Hindu the sky Amberleigh, Amberlie
    Ambika Hindu goddess of destruction
    Ambria Bria, Amber, Ria
    Ambrose Greek immortal Ambrosia
    Amdis Latin immortal
    Ameerah Arabic princess Amira, Almira, Allihmyir, Almaia, Alimaia, Almaye
    Amelia Latin flatterer, work of the Lord, beloved Ameilie, Amalia, Amela, Amala, Emelia, Aimee, Amia, Amity, Emele
    Amena unknown honest woman Amina
    Ames Latin loves
    Amethyst Greek a precious stone
    Ami Japanese friend
    Amina Muslim peace, security
    Aminta Latin protectress
    Amisha Hindu
    Amissa Hebrew friend
    Amita Hindu without limits
    Amitola Native American rainbow
    Amity Latin friendship
    Amoke Yoruban to pet her
    Amory Latin loving Emory, Emery
    Amrita Hindu immortality Amreeta
    Amy Latin beloved
    An Chinese peace
    Ana cave
    Anabelle Latin Lovable Anabel, Annabel, Ann, Anna, Belle, Bella, Annabelle, Annabella
    Anahid Armenian Goddess of the Moon
    Anais unknown graceful
    Anamika Hindu
    Anan Arabic clouds
    Anani Hawaiian orange tree
    Anar Hindu Anaar
    Anastasia Greek resurrection Anastasio, Anastace, Anastasius, Anastice, Anstasie, Stacia, Stasa, Stacy, Stacey, Natasha, Tasia, Tasha
    Anaya Latin Anaia
    Ancelin Latin handmaiden
    Andras Norwegian breath
    Andraya trusted by God, royalty Ray, Rai, Raya
    Andreana Latin womanly Andrea, Andie, Andy
    Andria Italian love, joy Andreea
    Andromeda Greek beautiful maiden rescued by perseus
    Anemone Greek breath, windflower
    Aneya Neya
    Anezka Czech pure
    Angela Greek heavenly messenger Angelica, Ange, Angel, Angell, Angie, Anjelica, Angelina, Angelic
    Angeni Native American spirit angel
    Angevin French angel of wine Angie, Angel, Angelus
    Anika Hindu, Spanish very beautiful, graceful Anica
    Anil Hindu God of wine
    Anisa Arabic friendly Anissa
    Anita Hindu Anitra, Neats, Ani
    Anja
    Anjali Hindu
    Anjana Hindu
    Ankareeda night star, graceful, shining Anka, Anki, Ank, Raida
    Anke Hebrew grace Anka
    Ankita Hindu
    Annabeth unknown Anabeth
    Annalynn Annalynne, Analyn, Analynne, Annalisa
    Annapurna Hindu one of the Hindu Goddesses
    Anne Hebrew gracious Ann, Anna, Annis, Annys, Anya, Anja, Anika, Annika, Annie, Annice, Anita, Anca, Anneka, Annette, Ana, Anita, Annette, Nanette, Anitia, Anushka, Anuschka
    Annora Latin honor
    Anoush Armenian sweet
    Anshu Hindu
    Anteia Greek wife of sea-god proteus
    Anthea Greek lady of flowers
    Antje German grace
    Antonia Latin, Greek priceless, flourishing, flower Antoine, Antoinette, Antoinetta, Antonella, Antonellina, Tonia, Tonya, Toinette, Toni, Tony
    Anu Hindu, Finish
    Anupama Hindu
    Anuradha Hindu a bright star
    Anusree Hindu pretty
    Anvita Hindu
    Aolani Hindu, Hawaiian Cloud from Heaven
    Apara Yoruban one who comes and goes
    Aparajita Hindu
    Aparna Hindu same as Parvati
    Aphrodite Greek Goddess of Love Afrodite, Aphrodesia
    Apirka Gaelic pleasant
    Apolline Greek sunshine, warmth and strength
    Aponi Native American butterfly
    April Latin blooming, opening Avril, Aprille, Ava, Apryl
    Aquene Native American peace
    Arabelle German beautiful eagle Arabel, Arabella
    Araceli Latin alter of heaven
    Araminta Hebrew lofty
    Arana Australian Aboriginal moon
    Arashel Hebrew strong and protected hill
    Araxie Armenian river said to inspire poetic expression
    Arcadia Spanish adventurous
    Arda Armenian
    Ardelia Latin zealous
    Arden Latin, Old English passionate, eagle valley Ardis, Ardon
    Ardere Latin fire
    Ardis Latin fervent
    Arella Hebrew angel messenger
    Aretha Greek the best, nymph
    Aretina Greek virtous
    Aria Latin beautiful melody Arie, Ariah
    Ariadne Greek, Latin melody, very holy one Ariana, Arianne, Arianna, Ariyaunna, Aria, Ari, Rianna
    Aricia Greek princess of the royal blood of Athens
    Ariel Hebrew lioness of god Arial, Aryel, Ario, Ari, Ariella, Ariela, Ariele, Arielle, Alli, Rel
    Ariene Welsh silvery
    Arista Latin harvest
    Arlene Celtic pledge Arleen, Arline, Arlette, Arlynn, Arlyn, Arleine, Arlen
    Armina Latin of a high degree
    Arnisha
    Aroha Maori love Aroa
    Artemisia Greek belonging to artemis
    Arti Hindu Aarti
    Aruna Hindu radiance
    Arushi Hindu
    Arziki African Hausa prosperity
    Asa Hebrew healer
    Asenette Hebrew
    Asenka Hebrew graceful
    Asha Hindu, African hope, life
    Ashamed Hebrew Ashes
    Ashima Hindu
    Ashley Old English ash-tree Ashleigh, Ashford, Ash, Ashe, Ashby, Ashlan, Ashlie, Ashling, Ashlyn, Ashlin, Ashli ,Ashi

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    Aaliyah Arabic, Hebrew high exalted, to ascend Aleah, Alea, … Aaliyah Arabic, Hebrew high exalted, to ascend Aleah, Alea, Aleaseya, Aliya, Alia, Aleeya, Aliyah, Allyiah Aasia Hindu Aba African born on Thursday Abbra example, lesson Abby Latin head of a monastery Abbey, Abbe, Abbie Abella Assyrian child Abeni African Girl prayed for Abey Native American leaf Abha Hindu lustrous beauty Abhilasha Hindu Abia Arabic Great Abiba African child born after grandmother died Abie Hebrew father or mother of many Abigail Latin, Hebrew head of a monastery, a father's joy Abbey, Abbe, Abbie, Abby, Abagail, Abigayle, Abigale, Gail, Abilio, Abihail Abina Ghanese born on a tuesday Abiona Yoruban born on a journey Abira Hebrew strong Abra Hebrew father of a multitude Acacia Greek thorny, naive Acazia, Acatia Acadia Canadian Cadie, Caddie Acanit Ugandan hard times Acantha Greek thorny Accalia Latin foster mother of Romulus and Remus Acedia Czech Acelin Teutonic noble Achal Hindu steady, mountainous Achazia Hebrew the Lord holds Achen Ugandan a twin Achit Hindu Achlys Greek mist, darknesss Ada Teutonic, Hebrew happy, ornament Adah Adah unknown beautiful addition Adalgisa Old German noble hostage Adalgisal, Adelgiese Adalia Hebrew, Arabic, German refuge of God, just, noble one Adamina Hebrew dauggher of the earth Adara Greek, Arabic beauty, virgin Addie joyful, kind Addy Addisyn Addie, Addy, Addi Adelaide Hebrew, Latin noble kind, adorned Adalia, Adeline, Aline, Adele, Ellie, Addie, Elle, Adelle, Della, Adailia, Adalee, Adara, Adah, Eda, Etta, Ady, Adela, Adalheld Adelina Old German noble Ademia Greek without husband Adena Hebrew delicate, sensual Adina, Adinna, Adenna Aderes Hebrew one who protects Adesina Yoruban the way is opened for more Adhira Hindu lightning Adiana American the night's falling reveals the angels' beauty Adie Hebrew ornament Adina Hebrew voluptous Adishree Hindu exalted Adisree Aditi Hindu free and unbounded Adiva Arabic pleasant, gentle Adolfina German noble wolf, noble hero Adolpha, Adolfa Adona Adonna, Adonne, Ady Adoncia Spanish sweet Adonia Greek beautiful Adora French beloved one Adrienne Greek, Latin rich, wealthy, dark one Adria, Adrea, Adriana, Adrianna, Adrianne, Adreena, Hatria, Adri, Age Aeryn Afina Rumanian blueberry Afra Latin from Africa Afraate, Africana Africa Celtic pleasing, pleasant Affrica Afton Old English river name Aftonio Agape Greek love of the next Agapio Agatha Greek good, kind Agathe, Agace, Aggie, Aggy, Agata Aglaia Greek wisdom, glory Aglaian, Aglai Agnes Latin, Greek lamb, pure, chaste Agnese, Agnesa, Aggie, Aggy, Agenta, Inez, Ines, Nessa, Neza, Ynes, Ynez, Annice, Annis Agneta Greek, Germanic pure Ahava Hebrew name of a river, love Ahimsa Hindu nonviolent virtue Ai Japanese love Aida Old English, Arabic joyful, helper, reward Aiesha Arabic Woman Aijah Aiko Japanese beloved one, little love Aila Finnish light-bearer Aileen Greek, Celtic light, green meadow Leener, Leen Ailsa Hebrew concecrated to god Aimee Latin beloved, liked Amie, Aims, Aimelyn, Aimelin Ain Arabic precious, eye Aina Yoruban complicated delivery Aine Celtic joy Ainhoa Basque reference to virgin mary Ainsley Scottish my meadow Aynsley, Ainsly, Ainslee, Ainsworth Aintzane Basque glorious Airlia Greek ethereal Aislinn Celtic a dream, vision, inspiration Aisling Aissa African grateful Izza, Isa, Issa, Asa Aithne Celtic little fire Aiyana Native American eternal bllom Ajana Aja Ajay Hindu unconquerable, god Akaisha Irish the akaisha flower Casey, Kasey Akako Japanese red Akanke Nigerian to know her is to love her Akanksha Hindu Akasma Turkish white climbing-rose Akela Hawaiian noble Akilah Arabic intelligent, logical Akili Tanzanian wisdom Akilina Latin eagle Akina Japanese spring flower Akira Scottish, Japanese anchor Akiva Hebrew protect



    wow.. good post!

    I like Akira

    My daughters name is Annabel, so I vote for that! :thumbsup:

    Ashrita Hindu
    Ashton
    Asia Greek East
    Asisa Hebrew ripe
    Askini Hindu daughter of Prajapati Virat
    Asmita Hindu pride
    Aspasia Greek welcomed
    Aspen
    Astera Hebrew flower name
    Astley unknown star
    Astra Greek like a star
    Astrid Greek, Old Norse star, super strength, divine strength Astera, Astred, Asta, Astyr
    Atara Hebrew a crown
    Athalia Hindu, Hebrew God is exalted, the lord is mighty
    Athena Greek goddess of wisdom Athene, Atena
    Atifa Arabic affection
    Atmaja Hindu daughter
    Aubrey German, Old French elf rule
    Audlin pale, pallid
    Audora
    Audrey Old English noble strength Audry, Audery, Audra, Audey, Audie
    Audun Norwegian deserted
    Aundy Norwegian new prosperity
    Aure Greek breeze, soft-air
    Aurelia Latin gold Aurea, Aurelie, Aurilia
    Aurkene Basque presentation
    Aurora Latin dawn Aurore
    Ausiana Aussi, Anna, Aussie
    Autumn Latin autumn
    Ava German a bird Avaset
    Avani Hindu
    Avanti Hindu ancient Malwa
    Avantika Hindu
    Avasa Hindu independent
    Avena English oats
    Aveolela Samoan rays of the sun
    Avery Anglo-Saxon ruler of the elves Averi, Ave, Aves
    Aviva Hebrew springtime Avital, Avi, Avia, Avivah
    Axelia Greek protector of mankind Alexa, Alexandra, Alexis, Alexandria, Alexandrina, Alesandra, Alessandra, Allesandra, Aleksey, Alexine, Aleka, Alya, Aliki, Alejanda, Lexy, Lexie, Sandra, Zandra, Sanie, Sandy, Elke, Alexis, Alexina, Ally, Alley
    Ayala Hebrew gazelle, goat
    Ayame Japanese Iris
    Ayasha Muslim muhammads wife Ayse, Aayesha, Ayisha, Ayesha
    Ayelin Ayla, Linn
    Ayiana American Indian eternal bllom
    Ayita Native American worker
    Ayla Hebrew oak tree
    Ayme
    Ayse Turkish
    Aysegül Turkish
    Ayushi Hindu
    Ayushmati Hindu person who has a long life
    Azadeh Latin, Persian dry earth; detached, free of material things Ozzie, Oz, Az, Azzie
    Azalea Arabic Democracy
    Azalia Hebrew spared by jehovah Azaria
    Aziza Swahili, Turkish precious Azize, Azy
    Azland Aza, Azalyn
    Azrael Az
    Azura Persian sky-blue Azure

    Mercedez-Chardonnay :-D

    Aakarshan Hindu attraction
    Aaron Hebrew, Arabic shining light, high mountain, messenger Aron, Ahron, Arron
    Aba Hungarian father Abod, Abony, Abos
    Abbott Arabic, Aramaic, Hebrew father Abbot, Abba, Abbe, Absa
    Abdel Arabic servent Abdon, Abdone
    Abdiel Hebrew servent of god Abdia
    Abdieso Persian
    Abejundio Spanish relating to the abaje (bee)
    Abel Hebrew, Assyrian breath, child Able, Abell, Abele, Ibila
    Abelard Old German, Middle English resolute, keeper of the abbey larder Abelardo, Eberhard
    Abenzio Celtic
    Abercio Latin
    Abhay Hindu a son of Dharma
    Abhi Hindu
    Abhijit Hindu a constellation dear to Hari
    Abhinav Hindu
    Abhishek Hindu
    Abie Hebrew father or mother of many
    Abijah Hebrew The Lord is my father Abia, Abbiah, Abiam
    Abner Hebrew father of light
    Abraham Hebrew father of a multitude Abram, Avraham, Avram, Avrom, Abe, Abie, Abra, Ibrahim, Braham, Bram, Abramo, Abran, Abramio
    Abrasha Hebrew father
    Abudemio Assyrian
    Abundiantus Latin plentiful Abbondanzio, Abbondazio, Abbondio
    Acacio Hebrew the Lord holds Achazio
    Acario Latin ungrateful Acharius
    Accursius Latin to hasten Accorso, Accursio
    Ace Latin unity, one, first rate
    Achilles Greek without lips, brown, dark Achille, Achill, Achilla, Akilleys, Aquila, Achilleo
    Achyuta Hindu a name of Vishnu
    Ackley Old English meadow of oaks Ackerley
    Acton Old English town with many oaks
    Acuzio Latin sharp
    Adair Gaelic noble, exalted, oak-tree ford Edgar
    Adalardo Celtic noble Alart, Adelardo
    Adalgiso Old German noble hostage Adelchi
    Adalrico Latin, Old German noble, powerful and rich Adalricus, Adalrich
    Adam Hebrew earth, created by God Adams, Adamson, Adie, Addie, Addy, Adan, Adem, Adamo, Adamah
    Addai Hebrew man of god
    Addison Old English Adam's son Adison, Addisen
    Addo Teutonic, Hebrew happy, ornament Adah, Ado
    Adeben Ghanese twelfth-born son
    Adelais Latin noble Adelasia
    Adelbert Old German famous for nobility Adalberto, Adalbert, Bertl, Bert, Adi, Adelberto
    Adelfried Old German who protects the descendants Adalfrid, Adelfrid, Adalfredo, Adalfreddo
    Adelino Old German noble
    Adelmo Old German noble protector Adalhelm, Adelhelm
    Adelphos Greek brother Aldelfo, Adelfio
    Ademaro Old German glorious in battle Hadumar, Adimaro
    Adeodatus Latin given by God Adeodato, Adiodato
    Adiran Latin of the adriatic
    Aditya Hindu lord of the sun
    Adlai Hebrew my witness, refuge of god
    Adler German eagle
    Adley Hebrew just
    Admes Greek
    Admon Hebrew red peony
    Adolph German noble wolf, noble hero Adolf, Adolphe, Adolphus, Adolfus, Adolpho, Adolfo, Adaulfo
    Adon Hebrew lord Adone
    Adonis Greek man loved by aphrodite, handsome Adone
    Adony Hungarian
    Adrastos Greek undaunted Adrasto
    Adrian Greek, Latin rich, wealthy, dark one Adrien, Adrie, Hadrian, Adrianus, Adriano, Hadrianus
    Adriel Native American beaver, symbol of skill
    Aeneas Greek worthy of praise

    Aetos Greek eagle
    Afro Latin from Africa Africano
    Agabo Hebrew
    Agape Greek love of the next Agapio
    Agatone Greek good, kind
    Ahab Hebrew uncle
    Ahearn Celtic lord of the horses
    Ahmik Hebrew strength of gods flock
    Ahren Old German eagle
    Aidan Middle English, Gaelic help, little fire
    Aiken Anglo-Saxon sturdy, oaken
    Ailen Old English made of oak
    Aimery Teutonic industrious ruler Aimory
    Aitan Hebrew, African fights of possession
    Ajatashatru Hindu a name of Vishnu
    Ajayi Yoruban, Nigerian born face-down
    Ajit Hindu
    Ajitabh Hindu
    Akaash Hindu sky
    Akando Native American ambush
    Akello Ugandan I have bought
    Akil Arabic intelligent, logical
    Akira Scottish, Japanese anchor
    Akshay Hindu name of a God
    Alan Gaelic, Celtic handsome, cheerful, noble Allen, Allan, Alain, Alano
    Aland English bright as the sun
    Alaric Old German noble ruler
    Alastair Scottish protector of mankind, defender, helper Alistair, Alistaire, Alastaire, Alister, Alaster, Alasdair
    Alban Latin white, fair Alben, Albin, Albion, Albano
    Albert German noble and bright Alberto, Albertus, Albrecht, Adelbert, Aubert, Elbert, Bertel, Berty, Bertie, Al, Alby, Albie
    Albion Latin blond Albione
    Alcander Greek strong Alcindor, Alcandor
    Alcott Old English old cottage Alcot, Walcott, Walcot
    Alden Middle, Old English antique, old, wise protector, old friend Aldan, Aldwin, Aldon
    Alder Middle, Old English birch tree, revered one Elder, Aldus
    Aldous Old German old wealthy Aldus, Aldo
    Aldrich Old English old king Aldrych, Aldred, Aldren, Aldridge
    Aleron French knight armor
    Aleser Arabic lion
    Alexander Greek protector of mankind Alec, Alek, Aleks, Alecks, Aleksy, Alex, Alesandro, Aleksandr, Alessandro, Alejo, Alexei, Alysander, Alexandre, Alejandro, Aleksander, Alastair, Iksander, Ixsander, Sandro, Sander, Sanders, Sandor, Sandy, Sandie, Sacha, Sasha, Xander
    Alfred Old English wise counsel Alf, Alfric, Alfie, Alfrid, Allie, Elfred, Fred, Freddie, Alfredo
    Alger Old German noble warrior Elgar, Elger
    Algernon Old French mustachioed Algie
    Algren unknown
    Ali Arabic, Native American God, little, the highest Allah
    Alim Arabic wise, learned
    Allard Old English, Teutonic noble and brave Alard
    Alok Hindu
    Alphonse Old German noble estate, eager Alfonse, Alfons, Alphonso, Alonso, Alonzo, Alonza, Alfonso
    Alston Anglo-Saxon from the old manor Alton
    Altair Arabic, Greek bird, star
    Alvin Old English elf wine, noble friend Alwyn
    Amadeus Latin love of god Amado, Amadis
    Amadi Nigerian general rejoicing, seemed destined to die at birth
    Amado Latin loving deity
    Amador Spanish lover
    Amal Hindu, Arabic bright, clean, pure; hope, wish, dream
    Amar Hindu forever
    Amarus Greek unfading love
    Amato Spanish beloved
    Amherst English place name
    Amiel Hebrew god of my people
    Amir Arabic prince Ameer
    Amistad Spanish friendship
    Amit Hindu endless
    Amitabh Hindu
    Amitava Hindu
    Amol Hindu
    Amon Celtic, Egyptian the hidden Ammon, Eamon, Eammon, Edmund
    Amory Latin loving Emory, Emery
    Amos Hebrew troubled
    Amrit Hindu nectar
    Amsden Old English from the ambroses valley
    Amul Hindu
    Amulya Hindu priceless
    Anand Hindu bliss, happiness Ananda
    Anant Hindu
    Anatole Greek from the East Anatoly
    Anay Hindu
    Ancel Old German, French diety, servent, divine Helmt Ansel, Ancell, Ancelot, Anselm, Anselme, Anselmo
    Anderson unknown Son of Andrew Anderson, Anders, Andy
    Andreus Greek son of river peneius
    Andrew Greek, French manly, valiant, courageous Anders, Andreas, Andres, Andre, Andrei, Andrey, Andries, Andros, Andy, Andie, Andrews, Drew, Andrea, Andrys
    Ang Swedish
    Angada Hindu a son of Lakshmana
    Angelo Greek heavenly messenger Angelico
    Angus Gaelic, Celtic superb, unique
    Anieli Greek manly
    Anil Hindu
    Anirudhh Hindu
    Anish Hindu
    Aniston
    Anjuman Hindu a party place (mehfil)
    Anker Greek manly
    Ankit Hindu
    Ankur Hindu

    Ariel?

    Anniruddha Hindu son of Pradyummna
    Anoki Native American an actor
    Anoop Hindu incomparable, the best
    Anshu Hindu
    Anshul Hindu
    Anshuman Hindu
    Ansley Old English from the pastureland of the noble
    Anson Anglo-Saxon son of a nobleman, son of Ann or Hans Ansen, Ansonia, Hansen, Hanson
    Antal Latin prince
    Anthony Latin, Greek priceless, flourishing, flower Anthoney, Antonius, Anton, Antony, Antonio, Tony, Toni, Tonio, Tonie, Tone, Tee, Toney, Antonio, Anthony, Antone, Antoine, Anth, Nee
    Apostolos Greek
    Aram Assyrian high place
    Archer Teutonic the archer
    Archibald Anglo-Saxon bold prince Arch, Archie, Archy, Arkady, Arky
    Arden Latin, Old English passionate, eagle valley Ardis, Ardon
    Ardon Hebrew bronze
    Aren Nigerian eagle
    Ares Greek god of war
    Argus Greek bright, watchful
    Ari Hebrew lion Aree
    Aricin Norwegian the eternal kings son
    Arion Greek musician
    Aristo Greek best
    Arjun Hindu one of the Pandavas
    Arkin Norwegian the eternal king's son
    Arland Celtic pledge Arles, Arleigh, Arlo, Arly, Arlie, Arlen, Arliss, Arlyss
    Arley Latin the bowman
    Arlo unknown hill
    Armand French of the army Armond, Armande, Armando, Herman, Hermann, Arman
    Armen Armenian Armenian
    Armon Hebrew castle
    Arnold German eagle, powerful Arnaud, Arnault, Arnie, Arnald, Arno, Arne, Arnell, Arnel, Arness, Arnot, Arnaldo
    Arnon Hebrew rushing stream
    Arpiar Armenian sunny
    Arsen Greek strong
    Arsenio Greek manly, virile
    Artemis Greek moon Artemus, Artie
    Arthur Celtic noble, follower of Thor Arthie, Arty, Arturo, Artu
    Arthus Welsh bear hero, a rock Art, Arta, Arte, D'Artagnan
    Arun Hindu
    Arvind Hindu
    Arwin young, prince
    Aseem Hindu
    Asher Hebrew fortunate, lucky, blessed, happy Asser, Ashe, Ashbel, Anschel
    Ashish Hindu blessings
    Ashok Hindu
    Ashon Ghanese seventh-born son
    Ashton
    Ashutosh Hindu
    Ashwin Hindu strong horse
    Ashwini Hindu
    Asija Hindu a great sage, brother of Brihaspati
    Asparouh Bulgarian Paro, Pouro
    Astin unknown strong Leader, trustworthy Austin, Austen
    Astley unknown star
    Asuman Hindu lord of vital breaths
    Asvathama Hindu sun of drona
    Asvin Hindu (Nasatya and Dasra) gods of medicine
    Asztrik Hungarian made from ashenwood
    Athan Greek immortal
    Atharvan Hindu knower of the Arthara vedas
    Atherol Old English dweller at the spring farm
    Athol Scottish place name Avery
    Atilla Hungarian beloved father
    Atmajyoti Hindu light of Atma
    Atman Hindu the self
    Atrayl Tray
    Atrus Atrius
    Attis Greek handsome boy Attisian, Attisa
    Atul Hindu
    Atulya Hindu
    Auburn Latin fair Alban, Aubin
    Audric French old and wise rule
    Audun Norwegian deserted
    Augustus Latin exalted Augustin, Augustine, Augustina, Augie, August, Augusta, Gus, Gussy, Gussie, Gusta, Austin, Agustin, Agostino, Augusto
    Aurek Polish golden-haired
    Aurelio Latin gold Aurelius, Aurilius, Aurilio
    Austell The name of a Cornish Saint.
    Austen Modern form of Augustine. Venerable, the exalted one.
    Austin Modern form of Augustine. Venerable, the exalted one.
    Avalon unknown island
    Averill Old English boar-warrior Averil, Averell, Everill, Everil, Haverl, Haverhil
    Avery Anglo-Saxon ruler of the elves Averi, Ave, Aves
    Avinash Hindu
    Axel Hebrew, Swedish divine reward; divine source of life Axtel
    Ayush Hindu

    Glitzybabe;4971726

    Ariel?



    oh please! Would you want to be named after a washing powder? :roll: lol

    Angel?

    StevenA2000_uk;4971734

    oh please! Would you want to be named after a washing powder? :roll: lol



    would get a good reception though

    StevenA2000_uk;4971734

    oh please! Would you want to be named after a washing powder? :roll: lol



    i guess not!

    Adriana?

    Aissa is a nice girls name and different?

    Glitzybabe;4971754

    Adriana?



    You'll get the name eventually...keep trying! :-D

    .Amy?

    Anisah?

    Aran10;4971788

    .Amy?



    amy is a really common name.
    Who would name there child amie?

    I like Ava and its the kind of name you could double barrel.
    (my personal fav is Serena, my daughters name :-D)

    OI! its the best name ever, they always answer to it

    amanda?

    Aran10;4971858

    amanda?



    Amanda Hugginkiss? :?

    StevenA2000_uk;4971880

    Amanda Hugginkiss? :?



    yr avi wouldnt get close enough, jeez they must be heavy!

    michelleleemoo;4971893

    yr avi wouldnt get close enough, jeez they must be heavy!



    lol....they'd suffocate you :w00t: ....personally I wouldnt mind that if it was those that were doing it....but heyho....lol

    Alyssa

    Ava

    Original Poster

    my friend seems to like ava!
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