Adriel▲ 16 .. Derivative of Hebrew element. "Of God's flock." A very common name for boys. See also Aeriel. .. [Adriell]
Aegeus 17 .. The name refers to "aigis", a shield made of goat-skin that was the sign of Zeus, and also occurs as Egidio and Giles .. Aegeus is rarely occurring as a men's name. [Aigeos, .. 1 more]
Aeolus 18 .. Greek mythology: Aiolos was the god of the winds .. Unique as a name for boys. [Aeolos, .. 2 more]
Ahearn 19 .. Root fr. Celtic word. "Horse-lord." Ahearn is a sparsely used men's name, occurring often (Top 9%) as a surname according to the US Census. See also Ahran. [Ahearne, Ahern, Hearne, .. 5 more]
Ahmed▲ 20 .. Derived fr. Arabic word. "Highly praised or one who constantly thanks God." Popular choice for a birth name (#549 in 2014) that is also found conventionally as a surname. See also Amid. .. [Achmad, Achmed, Ahmet, Amadi, .. 6 more]
Ailesh 21 .. Root fr. Sanskrit word. "Lord of everything." Rarely used as a birth name. ..
Akim 22 .. Derivative of Hebrew element. "Established by God." Unique as a boys' name, Akim is found more frequently as a last name. See also Akeem. ..
Alexander▲ 23 .. The name was probably coined originally as a title of the goddess Hera, consort of Zeus .. The variant forms Alexander and Alexis have grown progressively more popular as boys' names since 1880-1889. The variations Sandy, Alexandre and Alejandro are commonly used as variant forms of Alexander. [Al, Alasdair, Alaxander, Alcindor, Alejandro, .. 65 more]
Alexis▲ 24 .. Saint Alexis (fifth century) was a popular saint of Edessa, venerated as a "man of God" .. A very common boys' name (#302 a year ago) which is also found frequently as a last name. Both a masculine and a feminine name. [Alejo, Aleksi, Aleksius, Alexi, Alexius, .. 9 more]
Ali▲ 25 .. The name is one of the ninety-nine attributes of Allah proposed by Muhammad as excellent names for boy children .. A name used for both sexes. The name Ali has grown progressively more popular as a name for boys since 1880. [Alia]