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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

Derived fr. Scandinavian language. "Proud, distinguished and noble princess." Aricia is a marginally favored baby name. See also Airica.


.. 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. [Gayle, Gayel, Gale, Abigel, Abigayle, Abigayl, Abigale, Abbygael, Abby, Abbigayle, .. 33 more]

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


Derived fr. Old German language. "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, Adi, Addy, Adda, .. 9 more]

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


Stems fr. Hebrew, Old German words. "Noble one." Adoption of Adalia and forms was expansive in 2015. See also Adelaide. [Addala, Addal, Adali, Adala, .. 4 more]


From Arabic, Greek, Hebrew words. "Noble." Somewhat popular as baby names, Adara, Adra, etc. are comparable to the conventional Amara. [Adrah, .. 1 more]


Derived fr. Old German, Old English languages. "Noble; son of Adam." Uncommon, with usage of 0.009% for Addie and Addy as children's names in 2015, higher than 0.008% the year before. Short form of Adelaide, Adeline, or .. [Addy]

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


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 .. [Edelle, Adellah, Adella, Adelita, .. 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


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 .. [Laidey, Lady, Eline, Edeline, Delle, Della, Alyosha, Aline, Alice, Aide, .. 48 more]

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

Origin fr. Old German language. "Noble, soft, tender." Usage of Adelinde and variants as girls' names in 2015 was 54.9% more than the year before. Modern use is also a blend .. [Linda, Adeline, Adelinda, .. 1 more]


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 .. [Lina, Edelie, Delyne, Delly, Aline, Adilene, Adellah, Adella, Addilynn, Adallina, .. 19 more]

Based on German element. "Noble, famous." Alelma and Anelma are creative variations. See also Adelfa. Feminine of Adelmar.

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


From Hebrew. "Noble, gentle, delicate." Uncommon, with usage of 0.005% for Adina and variants as baby names in 2015, less than 0.006% a year ago. Also possibly "longing". [Adine, Adinah, .. 4 more]

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

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

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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