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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 5.4%, 73.3% less), with names such as Brianna becoming less fashionable. The trendier names for newborns among these are Adeline (#135), Arabella (#194), Arya (#201), Caroline (#62) 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
Derived fr. Scandinavian language. "Proud, distinguished and noble princess." Aricia is a marginally favored baby name. See also Airica.

AbigailAbigail
.. a term for a lady's maid .. Common, and Abigail, Abagil, etc. are similar to popular last names Aristil (top 90%), Ariail (45%), which also end with -il. [Abagael, Abagail, Abbe, Abbegale, Abbey, Abbi, Abbigail, Abbigayle, Abby, Abbygael, .. 33 more]

Aceline
Origin fr. French. "Noble." Sparing use. Aceline and Asceline are not found in the US Demographics. Feminine of Acelin. [Asceline]

AdaAda
Derived fr. Old German language. "Noble." Ada, Addie and Aida are in the Top 2000. A pet form of Adele and .. [Adan, Adda, Addy, Adi, Adiah, .. 9 more]

Adalgisa
From Old German word. "Noble, precious promise." Adalgida and Adalgila are creative variations. Italian name .. [Adalgise, Adelgise, Adelvice]

AdaliaAdalia
Stems fr. Hebrew, Old German words. "Noble one." Adalia and variants became more trendy in 2015, gaining on average +23 positions as birth names with Adalia leading the upswing. See also Adelaide. [Adal, Adala, Adali, Addal, .. 4 more]

AdaraAdara
From Arabic, Greek, Hebrew words. "Noble." Adrah and forms were popular as birth names in 1999. [Adra, .. 1 more]

AddieAddie
Derived fr. Old German, Old English languages. "Noble; son of Adam." Usage of Addie and Addy as children's names in 2015 was 8.5% more than the year before. Short form of Adelaide, Adeline, or .. [Addy]

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

AdelaAdela
Stems fr. Old German language. "Noble." Popular, with usage of 0.04% for Adela and variants as girls' names in 2015, higher than 0.029% the previous year. Latinate form of Adele, which is .. [Adalia, Adelita, Adella, Adellah, .. 6 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

AdelaideAdelaide
Origin fr. Old German word. "Noble kind." Used frequently as children's names, Heidi, Adelaide, etc. are pronounced like the popular Heide. .. down by seven other noble ladies .. [Ada, Adalayde, Adalheid, Adaline, Adalyn, Addala, Addalla, Adde, Addey, Addi, Lady, .. 47 more]

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

Adelinde
Origin fr. Old German language. "Noble, soft, tender." Adele, Adeline and Linda were among 2015's Top names. Modern use is also a blend .. [Adele, Adelinda, Adeline, .. 1 more]

AdelineAdeline
Derived fr. Old German word. "Noble." Addie (upper 21%), Aline (80%), Deline (17%), Delly (38%) and Lina (31%) are found commonly as last names. French diminutive of Adela .. [Adalene, Adalina, Adallina, Addilynn, Adella, Adellah, Adilene, Aline, Delly, Delyne, .. 19 more]

Adelma
Based on German element. "Noble, famous." Rare. Adelma (compare Allma) uses the feminine -ma suffix. See also Adelfa. Feminine of Adelmar.

Adima
Based on Teutonic. "Noble, renowned." Adema (upper 34%), Adama (66%) are common surnames. See also Adina.

AdinaAdina
From Hebrew. "Noble, gentle, delicate." Adina was among 2015's Top names. Also possibly "longing". [Adeana, Adinah, .. 4 more]

Adira
Stems fr. Hebrew word. "Strong, noble, powerful." Scarce as birth names, but Adira, Edira, etc. are similar to the more familiar Amira. [Adeera, .. 1 more]

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

Agave
Root fr. Greek word. "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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