Aafje, means "one of the magical beings". Outside Top 1000.
Aanya, var. Anya, Ania, means "inexhaustibility; other, another person". Aanya and Anya were Top birth names in 2014.
Aaricia, means "proud, distinguished and noble princess". Rare. Compare Aaricia with popular surnames Careccia (upper 56%), Pacia (50%), which also end with -cia. See also Arica.
Abarrane, var. Abame, means "father of many". Not in Top 1000.
Abebi, means "she came after asking". Outside Top 1000.
Abelia, var. Abelle, Abella, means "breath, vapour". Uncommon, but Abelia is comparable to common surnames Omelia (upper 23%), Amelia (75%), with the -elia suffix.
Abellona, means "destroyer". Unique. Abellona, like Tona, Simona, ends with the common feminine -ona.
Aberdeen. Aberdeen is not in the Top 1000.
Abia, means "great". Unisex name. Abia was not among 2014's Top names.
Abiah, var. Avia, Aviah, means "God is my father". Sparing use. Abiah, Avia and Aviah are not listed in the US Census.
Abida, means "God's worshipper". Unique. Abida, like Calida, Sigfrida, uses the common feminine -ida ending. See also Abia.
Abiela, means "God is my father". Rare. Abiela (cf. Gratiela, Daniela) uses the popular feminine-sounding -iela suffix. See also Ariela.
Abigail, var. Abi, Abbe, Abby, Abba, Abbi, Abbie▼, Abbye, Abbee, Abbey▼, Abigel, .. 26 more, means "father of exaltation". Abba (upper 52%), Abbe (13%), Abbey (4%) and Abby (38%) are found frequently as last names.
Abijah, var. Abisha, Abeeja, Abishah, Abeesha, Abeedja, means "God is my father". Outside Top 1000.
Abila, means "beautiful". Abila is unique as a women's name, existing regularly (upper 15%) as a surname. See also Aviela.
Abilene, var. Abiline, Abilena, Abalina, Abalene. Abilene, Abiline, etc. are rarely adopted as baby names.
Abina, var. Abena, Abraba, means "born on Tuesday". Abina, Abena and Abraba are uncommon as birth names.
Abir, var. Abeer, means "aroma, scent". Outside Top 1000.
Abital, var. Avital, Abeetal, means "father of dew". Uncommon, but Abital, Abeetal, Avital are similar to common surnames Natal (top 8%), Antal (14%), with the -tal suffix.
Abra, var. Abrah, Abame, Abrahana, Abarrane, means "father of many; example, lesson". Abarrane and variants were not Top birth names in 2014.
Abriana, var. Abri, Abree, Abrienne, Abrianna, Abrielle, means "father of many". Common. Compare Abriana with popular last names Galiana (upper 59%), Liana (74%), which also end with -ana.
Acacia, means "thorny tree". Rare. Acacia, like Natacia, Stacia, ends with the favored feminine -acia. See also Agacia.
Acadia, means "place of plenty". Acadia was not a Top birth name in 2014. See also Amadia.
Accalia. Rather uncommon as a birth name.
Aceline, var. Asceline, means "noble". Aceline and Asceline were not among 2014's Top names.
Achava, var. Ahava, means "friendship". Achava and Ahava are rare as birth names.
Achsah, means "ankle bracelet". Achsah is unique as a children's name.
Acima, var. Achima, Acimah, Achimah, means "God will judge". Acima, Achima, etc. are not in the Top 1000.
Acquanetta, var. Aquanette, Aquannette, Acquanette, means "water". Not Top 1000 names.
Ada, var. Adi, Ade, Adda▼, Adia, Adie, Aida▼, Addi, Adey, Adan, Addy, .. 4 more, means "noble". Adan (upper 8%), Addie (21%), Addy (8%), Ade (14%) and Adey (35%) are found often as surnames.
Adah▼, means "adornment". Adah has diminished in favor as a birth name since the 1880s. See also Ayda.
Adair, var. Adare, Adayre, Adaire, means "wealthy spear". Uncommon. Adair, like Blair, Alasdair, ends with the popular androgynous-sounding -ir.
Adalgisa, var. Adelvice, Adelgise, Adalgise, means "noble, precious promise". Adalgisa, Adelgise, etc. are hardly found as female names.
Adalia, var. Adal, Addal, Adali, Adala, Adalee, Adalie, Addala, Adalley, means "God is my refuge; noble one". Rare. Adalia (cf. Idalia, Zalia) uses the favored feminine-sounding -alia suffix.
Adamaris, var. Adamari, means "to love". Popular, and Adamaris is comparable to common -ris last names Ambris (top 34%), Canaris (70%).
Adamina, var. Ada, Addie▼, Adamine, Ademina, Ademeena, Adaminna, Adameena, means "earth". Ada (+54) is a fashionable form undergoing resurgence.
Adamma, means "beautiful child". Unconventional. Compare Adamma and popular Adam- last names Adamez (top 69%), Adamyan (59%). See also Adana.
Adana, means "earth". Unusual as a baby name, but Adana is similar to the more conventional Adina. See also Adinah.
Adanna, means "her father's daughter". Unconventional, but Adanna is comparable to popular last names Khanna (top 10%), Tanna (40%), which also end with -anna. See also Adan.
Adara, var. Adra, Adrah, means "virgin; beauty; noble". Uncommon. Adara, like Tiara, Ciara, uses the common feminine-sounding -ara ending.