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Noble baby names and what they mean, for noble, lady, aristocrat, patrician, with 129 results. Usage of these girl names reached its peak 9 decades ago (ADOPTION OF 20.3%) and is now significantly less (ADOPTION 5.6%, 72.2% LESS), with names such as Brianna becoming less fashionable. The trendier names for newborns among these are Adeline (#63), Arya (#169), Caroline (#56), Eleanor (#41) and Vivian (#95). Here is the list of Noble names for boys.

Noble names

Aaricia - Agave | Aili - Audra | Audrey - Dona | Donna - Freya | Frieda - Laura | Leonora - Rosalyn | Rosario - Yara

Aaricia - Agave

Aaricia
Based on Scandinavian language. "Proud, distinguished and noble princess." Unconventional, but Aaricia is comparable to popular last names Agurcia (TOP 70%), Garicia (90%), with the -cia suffix. See also Airica.

Abigail

Abigail
.. a term for a lady's maid .. Abagael, Abagale, Abageal, Abagil and Abaigael are more rarefied as variations of Abigail. [Gayle, Gal, Gaila, Abigil, Abigayl, Abegale, Abbygael, Abbye, Abby, Abbigayle, .. 33 more]

Aceline
Origin fr. French element. "Noble." Aceline and Asceline are not Top 2000 names. Feminine of Acelin. [Asceline]

Ada

Ada
Stems fr. Old German word. "Noble." Usage of Adia and variants was well-received among parents a century ago and is now less. A pet form of Adele and .. [Aidah, Adiah, Ade, Addy, Addi, Adan, .. 9 more]

Adalgisa
Derivative of Old German element. "Noble, precious promise." Unique, with the feminine -isa suffix for Adalgisa, like Annalisa. Italian name .. [Adelvice, Adelgise, .. 1 more]

Adalia

Adalia
Stems fr. Hebrew, Old German words. "Noble one." Adoption of Adalia and forms was expansive 1 year ago and is almost as conventional now. See also Adelaide. [Addala, Addal, Adala, .. 5 more]

Adara

Adara
Derivative of Arabic, Greek, Hebrew. "Noble." Somewhat popular as baby names, Adara, Adra, etc. are comparable to the conventional Amara. [Adrah, Adra]

Addie

Addie
Origin fr. Old German, Old English elements. "Noble; son of Adam." Used widely as children's names, Addie and Addy are similar to the popular Audie. Short form of Adelaide, Adeline, or .. [Addy]

Addula
Stems fr. Teutonic word. "Noble cheer." Outside Top 2000.

Adela

Adela
Origin fr. Old German language. "Noble." Popular, with usage of 0.035% for Adela and variants as girls' names in 2016, but lower than 0.04% the previous year. Latinate form of Adele, which is .. [Edelle, Adelle, .. 8 more]

Top 2000 baby names ranking of Noble names: Abigail, Ada, Adalia, Adara, Addie

Top 2000 baby names ranking of Noble names: Adela, Adelaide, Adeline, Adina

Adelaide

Adelaide
Based on Old German. "Noble kind." Used frequently as children's names, Aline, Adelaide, etc. are pronounced like the popular Alona. .. down by seven other noble ladies .. [Laidey, Lady, Elke, Eline, Delly, Delli, Dell, Alyosha, Aliosha, Aline, .. 48 more]

Adelie
From Old German language. "Noble." Adelie is rarely adopted as a girls' name. See also Adelis. Adélie is the French elaboration ..

Adelinde
Stems fr. Old German language. "Noble, soft, tender." Usage of Adelinde and variants as girls' names in 2016 was 72.3% more than the year before. Modern use is also a blend .. [Linda, Adeline, .. 2 more]

Adeline

Adeline
Based on Old German element. "Noble." Addie (UPPER 21%), Aline (80%), Deline (17%), Delly (38%) and Lina (31%) are found commonly as last names. French diminutive of Adela .. [Lina, Delyne, Delly, Dalina, Ahdella, Adellah, Adelind, Addilyn, Adalynn, Adalyn, .. 19 more]

Adelma
Derived fr. German. "Noble, famous." Adelea is a slightly prominent birth name. See also Adelfa. Feminine of Adelmar.

Adima
Derived fr. Teutonic. "Noble, renowned." Adema (UPPER 34%), Adama (66%) are common surnames. See also Adina.

Adina

Adina
Derivative of Hebrew language. "Noble, gentle, delicate." Usage of Adina and variants as baby names in 2016 was 43.2% more than a decade ago. Also possibly "longing". [Adine, Adena, Adeena, Adeana, .. 2 more]

Adira
Based on Hebrew language. "Strong, noble, powerful." Scarce as birth names, but Adira, Edira, etc. are similar to the more familiar Amira. [Edira, .. 1 more]

Adolpha
Derivative of Old German element. "Noble wolf." Sparing use. Adolpha, Adolfa and Adollfa are not found in the US Demographics. Feminine of Adolph. [Adollfa, Adolfa]

Agave
Derivative of Greek element. "Illustrious, noble." A peculiar children's name. See also Agape.

Quick Reference

Summary Index of Noble names [and variants] for girls.

1. Aaricia - Agave
Aaricia, Abigail [43], Aceline [1], Ada [14], Adalgisa [3], Adalia [8], Adara [2], Addie [1], Addula, Adela [10], Adelaide [58], Adelie, Adelinde [4], Adeline [29], Adelma, Adima, Adina [6], Adira [2], Adolpha [2], Agave


Aili, Akela [1], Alarice [4], Alberga [3], Alberta [31], Alcinda [4], Aldona, Alice [102], Alicia [32], Aliki, Alina [25], Alison [28], Alix [7], Altagracia [2], Arabella [17], Arista [2], Artemis [2], Arwen [1], Arya [1], Audra


Audrey [17], Barbara [53], Beibhinn [1], Betty [12], Bibi [2], Breanna [28], Brett [5], Brianda [1], Brianna [44], Brina [6], Brionna [5], Carmel [45], Caroline [104], Clarissa [24], Consuelo [6], Della [4], Delma [3], Dolly [3], Domina, Dona


Donna [25], Dulce [20], Ealga, Edelmira, Edlyn [5], Elberta [2], Eleanor [78], Elfrida [25], Eliza [10], Elke [4], Elmira [19], Esyllt, Ethel [21], Ethelberta, Etheldreda [1], Ethelinda [10], Eugenia [16], Fatima [5], Fay [8], Freya [1]


Frieda [3], Galatea [2], Gene [1], Geraldine [35], Gevira, Gladys [9], Godiva, Guadalupe [2], Hilary [16], Imelda [4], Isabel [43], Isolde [16], Jacqueline [51], Jane [93], Jezebel [8], Kinsey [6], Ladonna [1], Lady [2], Latrice [8], Laura [59]


Leonora [11], Lindsay [21], Luz [3], Madonna [1], Majida [2], Mamie [3], Martha [33], Matriona [5], Mercedes [3], Mona [6], Nabila [2], Nancy [16], Ninon [2], Olivia [25], Patricia [21], Payton [1], Paz, Rawnie, Rosalind [41], Rosalyn [5]


Rosario, Socorro [4], Talbot [3], Talisa, Tricia [11], Vanessa [50], Vevina, Vivian [25], Yara [2]

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