Annis▼ 16 .. Anysia is the name of a fourth-century Thessalonian saint .. A somewhat infrequently used given name that is found more commonly as a surname. See also Anni. [Anessa, Anissa, Annice, Annys, Anyssa, .. 3 more]
Aphra 17 .. It was also the name of a fourth-century German saint .. Usage is scant as a baby name. See also Ashra. [Affera, Afra, .. 1 more]
Apollonia 18 .. Saint Apollonia was an elderly third-century Christian martyr .. Apollonia is scarcely used as a female name. [Abbeline, Abbelina, Apolline, Appolinia, Apollyne, .. 5 more]
Arcadia 19 .. Feminine of Arcadius (see Arcadio), the name of two saints (fourth and fifth century) .. Usage is scant as a baby name. [Arcadie]
Ardelle 20 .. Also possibly a feminine form of Ardo, the name of a ninth-century French saint. Ardelle is frequently occurring (Top 91%) as a female name. The form Ardella is commonly used as a version of Ardelle. [Arda, Ardeen, Ardelis, Ardell, Ardene, .. 7 more]
Arena 21 .. 19th-century Americans may have named their daughters Arena as homage to Christian martyrs who were killed in the arenas of ancient Rome. Usage is scant as a name for newborns. Arena is used more conventionally as a surname. See also Arina.
Ariadne 22 .. Saint Ariadne of Phrygia (second century) was a slave who became a martyr .. A commonly used given name. The forms Arianne and Ariana are commonly used as versions of this name. [Arene, Aria, Ariana, Arianie, Arianne, .. 9 more]
Arsenia 23 .. Saint Arsenius (fourth century) is famous for the saying, "I have often been sorry for having spoken, but never for having held my tongue". Arsenia is unique as a female name. See also Ardenia. [Arcenia, Arsemia, .. 1 more]
Ashley▲ 24 .. Also the name of an English saint .. Usage as a name for baby girls is commonplace (#87 the past year). Ashley is also found somewhat frequently as a last name. Both a feminine and a masculine name. The forms Ashly, Ashleigh and Ashely are common as variations of this name. [Ainslaeigh, Ashalee, Ashelei, Asheley, Ashla, .. 17 more]
Auberta 25 .. Saint Aubert (eighth century) built the famous monastery Mont Saint Michel. Usage is scant as a name for newborns. See also Huberta.