Aafje, means "one of the magical beings". A name for newborns that is not predominantly used.
Aaricia, means "proud, distinguished and noble princess". A given name for girls that is rarely used. See also Airica.
Abebi, means "she came after asking". A given name for girls that is rarely used. See also Abbi.
Abellona, means "destroyer". Not regularly used as a birth name.
Aberdeen. Not often used as a baby name.
Abia, means "great". A name suited for both women and men. Not generally used as a name for newborns.
Abida, means "God's worshipper". A given name for girls that is rarely used. See also Abila.
Abiela, means "God is my father". Not extensively used as a given name for girls. See also Avila.
Abigail▲, var. Abbi, Abbe, Abby, Abba, Abbee, Abbie, Abbye, Abbey, Abigal, Abigil, .. 24 more, means "father of exaltation". The name Abigail has grown increasingly popular with parents. The variations Gail, Abby and Abbey are widely used as variant forms of Abigail.
Abila, means "beautiful". A girls' name that is little-used and exists more commonly as a surname. See also Abella.
Acacia, means "thorny tree". Not often used as a girls' name. The forms Kasi, Kacey and Casey are generally used as variations of the name.
Acadia, means "place of plenty". Not regularly used as a birth name. See also Acacia.
Accalia. A birth name for girls that is seldom used.
Achsah, means "ankle bracelet". Not generally used as a name for newborns.
Ada▲, var. Adi, Ade, Adda, Adia, Adie, Aida, Addi, Adey, Adan, Addy, .. 4 more, means "noble". Very popular birth name (#382 in 2014), and also found somewhat commonly as a surname. The form Addie is familiar as a version of the name.
Adah▼, means "adornment". Usage of Adah as a birth name has faded over time. See also Adie.