Aiko 6 .. Stems fr. Japanese. "Little loved one." Seldom used as a name for newborns nowadays, but existing often as a first name among women in the community according to the US Census. See also Aki.
Aimee▼ 7 .. Derivative of Old French, Latin words. "Beloved." Aimee is familiar (Top 12%) as a female name. See also Amie. From French "aimer" meaning "to love" .. [Aime, Aimie, .. 2 more]
Alannah 8 .. And by the Anglo-Irish term of endearment alannah (Gaelic a leanbh meaning "O child"). Popular as a girls' name. See also Alynah.
Aloha 9 .. Derivative of Hawaiian word. "Love or compassion." A scarce birth name. See also Alia. ..
Althea▼ 10 .. As a poetic name for his beloved .. Usage of Althea as a baby name has trended downward over the years. See also Alithea. [Altha, Althaea, Altheda, Althia, Elthea, .. 4 more]
Amabel 11 .. Derived fr. Latin element. "Lovable, amiable." Amabel is a rarely occurring female name. The variation Belle is popular as a variant form of Amabel. .. [Ama, Amabelle, Mab, .. 2 more]
Amada 12 .. Root fr. Latin element. "Lovable." Amada is a frequently occurring (Top 44%) women's name. See also Anda. .. [Amadea, Amadita, .. 2 more]
Amadea 13 .. Derived fr. Latin element. "God's love." Unique as a birth name for females. See also Amalea. .. [Amadee, .. 1 more]
Amadore 14 .. Root fr. Italian element. "Gift of love." Both a feminine and a masculine name. Amadore is uncommonly used as a feminine name. [Amadora]
Amanda▼ 15 .. Derived fr. Latin element. "Fit to be loved." Amanda is commonplace (Top 1%) as a female name. The forms Mandy and Manda are popular as versions of Amanda. .. [Amada, Amandah, Amandie, Amandy, Demanda, .. 10 more]