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Boy Names Ending with -a

A ending baby names and what they mean, with 241 results. -a names are used more often as feminine names. The most trendy boy names among these are Ezra (#92), Hamza (#615), Mustafa (#907), Santana (#869) and Yehuda (#953), while Baeza (top 3%) and Haga (7%) are familiar -a surnames. Here is the list of -a names for girls.

Abba - Akiva | Akiva - Attila | Autha - Brawlea | Brocklea - Ekewaka | Elchana - Gazza | Gedalia - Hernlea | .. - .. | Zacaria

Abba - Akiva

Abba1
Var. of Abbas. Based on Arabic, Hebrew. "Stern, somber; father." Gender-neutral name. Abba (top 52%), like Akiba (top 80%), Aba (89%), is a common -ba suffix surname.

Abba2
Form of Abbott. From Old English. "Father, priest." Compare surnames Abban (upper 80%), Abbas (6%). Gender-neutral name.

Abda
Source fr. Arabic word. "Servant." Abda is a scarcely used masculine name. See also Arda.

Abdalla1, Abdella1, Abdualla, Abdulla
Var. of Abdullah. Origin fr. Arabic language. "God's servant." Abdella and variants were not among 2015's Top names.

Abdalla2, Abdella2, Abdoulla
Forms of Abdul. Derivative of Arabic language. "Servant." Outside Top 2000.

Abia, var. Abija, Avia
Stems fr. Hebrew language. "God is my father." Akia is a slightly prominent birth name.

Abisha, var. Abidja
Root fr. Hebrew language. "Gift of God." Not in Top 2000.

Abna
Var. of Abner. From Hebrew language. "Father of light." Abin and Abnia are creative forms. See also Abia.

Achava, var. Ahava
Based on Hebrew. "Friendship." Achava and Ahava are rarely adopted as birth names.

Achillea
Var. of Achilles. Stems fr. Greek language. From Achilleus .. Achillea is a rarely used masculine name.

Top 2000 baby names ranking of -a names: Aditya, Akira, Akiva, Andrea

Acklea, Ackerlea
Var. of Ackerley. Derived fr. Old English language. "Oak meadow." Not Top 2000 names.

Addonia
Var. of Adonis. Origin fr. Greek element. "Extremely good looking, handsome." Addonia is unique as a birth name. See also Adonia.

AdityaAditya
Derivative of Sanskrit word. "The sun." Adoption of Aditya as a birth name in 2015 was 39.9% less than a decade ago.

Adonia1, var. Adonia2, Adoniya
Origin fr. Hebrew word. "My lord is Jehovah." Not in Top 2000.

Adya
Var. of Adrian. From Latin. "From Hadria." Unique. Adya is not found in the US Census. See also Adao.

Andrew and variantsAindrea, Andonia, Andrea, Andrija
Forms of Andrew. Derived fr. Greek element. "Man, warrior." Usage of Andrija and variants peaked 45 years ago.

Ainslea, Annslea, Anslea
Forms of Ansley. Derived fr. Old English. "Hermitage field." Uncommon. Ainslea, Annslea, Anslea, similar to Arlea, have the unusual androgynous -lea ending.

Akalanka
Derivative of Sanskrit language. "Flawless." Akalanka is not a Top 2000 name.

AkiraAkira
Derived fr. Japanese element. "Bright, clear, ideal." Also a girls' name. Less popular today. Akira was last found in the 1920s in the Top 2000.

AkivaAkiva
Form of Jacob. Based on Hebrew word. "He who supplants." Akiva became less popular in 2015, falling -170 positions as a children's name to drop out of the Top 2000. Also a girls' name.

Quick Reference

Summary Index of names [and variants] for -a names for boys.

1. Abba - Akiva
Abbas [Abba], Abbott [Abba], Abda, Abdullah [Abdulla, ..], Abdul [Abdoulla, ..], Abia [Avia, ..], Abisha [Abidja], Abner [Abna], Achava [Ahava], Achilles [Achillea], Ackerley [Ackerlea, ..], Adonis [Addonia], Aditya, Adonia [Adoniya, ..], Adrian [Adya], Andrew [Andrija, ..], Ansley [Anslea, ..], Akalanka, Akira, Jacob [Akiva]


Akiva, Alger [Alga], Ali [Alia], Alpha [Alfa], Alta, Alvin [Alva], Alva [Alba], Amasa, Amerigo [Amerika, ..], Aquila [Aquilla, ..], Ara, Arden [Arda], Arjuna, Arley [Arlea], Harley [Harlea, ..], Asa, Asael [Asaya], Atahualpa, Atley [Atlea], Attila [Attilia, ..]


Autha, Ava, Azariah [Azuria, ..], Baptist [Bautista, ..], Bala, Barnabas [Barnaba, ..], Finbar [Barra], Bartholomew [Bartholoma], Battista [Bautista], Baxley [Baxlea], Bede [Beda], Bentley [Bentlea], Beverly [Beverlea], Bonaventure [Bueaventura, ..], Boris [Borja], Bosley [Boslea], Bradley [Bradlea], Branley [Branlea], Brannon [Branna], Brawley [Brawlea]


Brockley [Brocklea], Bromley [Bromlea], Bubba, Chalkley [Chalklea], Chesley [Cheslea], Coll [Colla], Costas [Costa], Constantine [Costa], Crosley [Croslea], Cuba, Dakota [Dekowta, ..], Dana, Daniel [Danya], George [Deorsa], Dimitri [Dima], Dunley [Dunnlea, ..], Duryea, Ebenezer [Ebbaneza], Elias [Ilya, ..], Edward [Ekewaka]


Elchanan [Elchana], Elijah [Elija, ..], Eliana, Eligius [Eligia], Elisha [Lisha, ..], Elkanah [Elkana], Enda, Aeneas [Enea], Evan [Eva], Ezra [Esra], Fachtna, Fernley [Fernlea, ..], Fyodor [Fedya], Farnley [Fernlea], Fiachra, Finlay [Finnlea, ..], Finnian [Finna], Fontaine [Fontana], Ganesh [Ganesha], Gaz [Gazza]


Gedaliah [Gedalya, ..], Gefen [Gephania, ..], Geremia, Jeremiah [Yeremiya, ..], Gevariah [Gevarya, ..], Gobind [Govinda, ..], Gopal [Gopala], Gustav [Gosta], Gautam [Gotama], Grady [Gradea], Greeley [Greelea], Grimsley [Grimslea], Gregory [Grisha], Hadley [Hadlea], Hagley [Haglea], Hamza, Hanley [Henlea, ..], Harold [Harolda], Hartley [Hartlea], Hernley [Hernlea]


Hilary [Ilaria, ..], Hockley [Hocklea], Horsley [Horslea], Hosea [Hosheia, ..], Huntley [Huntlea], Huxley [Huxlea], Ilya [Illya, ..], Indra, Ira, Isaiah [Isia, ..], Isaac [Isa], Jediah [Jada], Janna, James [Jascha], Jascha [Jasha], John [Vanya, ..], Joshua [Yehoshua, ..], Josiah [Josia], Kana, Kanoa


Kenley [Kenlea], Kenyatta, Kingsley [Kinslea, ..], Kirkley [Kirklea], Knightley [Knightlea], Noah [Knoa], Koa, Kwame [Kwamina], Langley [Langlea], Lanzo [Lanza], Lee [Lea], Leslie [Leslea], Lindley [Lindlea], Linley [Linlea], Lonzo [Lonza], Maccrea [Mccrea, ..], Mahatma, Mahavira, Makena [Makenna], Malachi [Malakia]


Malki [Malkiya], Manley [Manlea], Manoach [Manoa], Emmanuel [Manuela, ..], Marley [Marlea], Matthew [Mata], Mataniah [Mattania, ..], Methuselah [Mathusela], Mckenna, Michael [Misha, ..], Miroslav [Mircea], Misha [Mischa], Montana [Montanna], Mustafa [Mustapha], Nashua, Noel [Nata], Nehemiah [Nechemya, ..], Nevada, Nicholas [Nikita, ..], Nicodemus [Nikodema]


Novena, Nuriel [Nurya, ..], O- [O'Shea], Obadiah [Obadya], Obama, Olaf [Ola], Otto [Otha, ..], Palila, Paul [Pasha], Patrick [Patricia], Peter [Pekka], Penley [Pennlea, ..], Paltiel [Platya], Radley [Radlea], Rafael [Rafa], Rajan [Raja], Ram [Rama], Redley [Redlea], Ridgeley [Ridglea], Ridley [Ridlea]


Risley [Rislea], Rowley [Rowlea], Saahdia [Seadya, ..], Alexander [Sasha, ..], Sacha [Sasha, ..], Santana [Santanna], Seaghdha [Shea], Sela, Seneca, Sequoia [Sequoya], Shaka, Shasta, Shea, Shepley [Sheplea], Shia, Shiva, Shoda, Shura [Shoura, ..], Simeon [Sima], Simba


Simcha [Simha], Stanislaus [Stana], Stanley [Stanlea], Stephen [Steba], Tahoma [Tocoma, ..], Takoda, Thomas [Thoma], Thornley [Thornlea], Tobias [Tobia], Townsend [Townlea], Tuvya, Uriah [Yuria, ..], Vanya, Vasilis [Vasya], Vladislav [Vladja], Wakeley [Wakelea], Wardley [Wardlea], Wheatley [Wheatlea], Yardley [Yardlea], Yehudi [Yehuda]


Zachariah [Zacharia, ..]

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