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Page 1/7. 122 Old French names of Old French origin for baby girls, listing 1-20. Here is the list of Old French names for boys.
Adela (Old German) "Noble" Latinate form of Adele, which is from the French Adèle, an ancient name popular in medieval Europe because of the fame of a seventh-century saint, a daughter of the Frankish king Dagobert II ..
Adelaide (Old German) "Noble kind" From adal heid, via French Adélaïde ..
Adelie (Old German) "Noble" Adélie is the French elaboration of Adele .. Adélie Land in Antartica was named in 1840 by the French explorer Jules Dumont D'urville in honor of his wife ..
Adeline (Old German) "Noble" .. French diminutive of Adela ..
Agate (Old French) The agate is a semiprecious stone which was once believed to have numerous magical and curative powers ..
Aimee (Old French, Latin) "Beloved" From French "aimer" meaning "to love", from Latin "amare" .. Used in French since the Middle Ages ..
Alaine (Old German) "Precious" French feminine form of Alain.
Alberga (Old German) "White; noble" Also closely related to the French and Italian words for "inn".
Alice (Old German) "Noble, exalted" Variant of the Old French name Adeliz, from Adelaide ..
Alison (Old German) "Noble, exalted" Norman French diminutive form of Alice ..
Allura (Old French) "To entice, attract" ..
Alphonsine (Old German) "Ready for battle" French feminine form of Alphonse.
Amabel .. An Old French name ..
Amber Derived via Old French and Latin from Arabic "ambar" ..
Amy (Old French, Latin) "Beloved" Anglicized form of the Old French Amee, meaning "beloved", which originated as a nickname from the Latin Amata, from "amare", meaning "to love" ..
Anise Modern name from the aniseed plant (Old French "anis", from Latin and Greek) ..
Armande (Old German) "Soldier" French feminine form of Armand or Herman ..
Auberta (French, Old English) Feminine of Albert ..
Aubrey (Old German) "Elf or magical being, power" Originally a man's name, from Norman French, that arrived in England with the Norman Conquest ..
Auda (Old French) "Prosperous"
Adela, Adelaide, Adeline, Aimee, Alaine, Alice, Alison, Amber, Amy and Aubrey are commonly used names, while Adelie, Agate, Alberga, Allura, Alphonsine, Amabel, Anise, Armande, Auberta and Auda are rare in comparison. (2000 U.S. Census)
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