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Page 1/10. Saint names are usually given because of tradition or religion. 191 Saint names and what they mean, for saint, martyr, martyred for baby girls, listing 1-20. Here is the list of Saint names for boys.
Abra .. Also the name of a fourth-century French saint.
Ada .. The name was borne by a seventh-century abbess of Saint Julien des Prés at Le Mans ..
Adela .. 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 ..
Agatha .. Saint Agatha (third century) was a Christian who refused to marry a Roman consul, and was eventually martyred .. She is the patron saint of bell ringers ..
Agnes .. The popular Saint Agnes (fourth century) was a young Roman virgin martyred by the Roman Emperor Diocletian ..
Aidan .. Saint Aidan was a seventh-century Irish monk.
Ailbhe .. The name of a legendary female warrior and a miracle-working saint.
Aimee .. Saint Ame of France (seventh century), also called Amatus ..
Aloisia .. Feminine of Aloysius, the name of a 16th-century Spanish saint.
Amanda .. May also be used as a feminine form of Amandus, the name of a sixth-century French saint ..
Anastasia .. Popular in Eastern Europe in honor of a fourth-century saint who was martyred at Sirmium in Dalmatia ..
Ancina .. Saint Ancina (16th century) was a doctor of medicine and philosophy.
Aniceta .. Saint Anicetus was a second-century pope and a martyr ..
Ann .. Saint Anne (mother of the Virgin Mary) ..
Annamaria .. The popularity of this blend may originate in Roman Catholic veneration of Saint Anne and Saint Mary, mother and daughter.
Annis .. Anysia is the name of a fourth-century Thessalonian saint ..
Aphra .. It was also the name of a fourth-century German saint ..
Apollonia .. Saint Apollonia was an elderly third-century Christian martyr ..
Arcadia .. Feminine of Arcadius (see Arcadio), the name of two saints (fourth and fifth century) ..
Ardelle .. Also possibly a feminine form of Ardo, the name of a ninth-century French saint.
Ada, Adela, Agatha, Agnes, Aimee, Amanda, Anastasia, Ann, Annamaria, Annis and Ardelle are commonly used names, while Abra, Aidan, Ailbhe, Aloisia, Ancina, Aniceta, Aphra, Apollonia and Arcadia are rare in comparison. (2000 U.S. Census)
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