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Girl Names Starting with Ag-
Ag- baby names and what they mean, with 14 results. Ag- names are used more often as feminine names. These girl names were at the height of their popularity a century ago (usage of 0.5%) and have become much less conventional since, with names like Agnes going out of style. Agee (top 2%) and Agmata (86%) are conventional Ag- last names.
Agapi - AgrippinaAgapi, var. Agape, Agappe
From Greek word. "Love, affection." Rare. Compare Agapi and popular -pi surnames Alpi (top 99%), Alampi (48%).Agate
Source fr. Old French word. .. Also a variant of Agatha. Agaado and Amate are creative forms. See also Agape.Agatha▼, var. Ag1, Agace, Agacia, Agafia1, Agafon1, Agafiya, Agapet, Agapit, Agata, Agathi, Agathe, Agatta, Agetha, Aggi1, Aggy1, Aggie1, Aggye1, Agi1, Agie1, Agotha, Agota1, Agueda, Agy1, Agye1
Source fr. Greek language. "Good, honorable." Adoption of Agathe and forms was well-received among parents 115 years ago. Agave
Root fr. Greek word. "Illustrious, noble." Agave is not in the Top 2000. See also Agace.Aggie2
Derivative of Greek. "Good, pure." Aggie was favored as a birth name in the 1900s. See also Agi.Agilina
Var. of Egelina. Based on Old German, Latin elements. "Eagle." A rare girls' name. See also Akilina.Aglaia
Source fr. Greek language. "Brilliance." Rare, with the -ia suffix, like Arria, Allicia.Agnes▼, var. Ag2, Agafi, Agafia2, Agafon2, Aggie3, Aggi2, Aggy2, Aggye2, Aghna, Agie2, Agi2, Agna, Agnah, Agneis, Agnellah, Agnella, Agnelle, Agnese, Agness, Agnesse, Agnessa, Agneta, Agnethe, Agnetta, Agnie, Agnettah, Agnieszka, Agnola1, Agnolah, Agot, Agnus, Agota2, Agote, Agoti, Agye2, Agy2
From Greek. "Pure, holy." Popular as baby names, Aggie, Agnes, etc. are comparable to the familiar Angie.Agnola2, var. Agnolla, Agnolle
Stems fr. Italian language. "Angel." Anola is a somewhat popular birth name.Agostina, Agustina
Var. of Augusta. Source fr. Latin language. "Great, magnificent." Agostina and variants were popular with parents during 1920-1929.
Source fr. Spanish. "Forgiveness." Agraciana, Agracianna and Agracyanna are barely found as feminine names.Agrafina1, var. Agrafena
Derivative of Greek word. "Born feet first." Agrafina and Agrafena were not among 2015's Top names.Agrippa, var. Agrafina2, Agrippina1, Agrippine
Root fr. Greek element. "Born feet first." Agrippa, Agrippine, etc. are unusual as girls' names.Agrippina2, var. Agripina
From Greek. "Born feet first." Agrippina and Agripina are not frequently used as baby names.
Summary Index of names [and variants] for Ag- names for girls.1. Agapi - Agrippina
Agapi [Agape, Agappe], Agate, Agatha▼ [Agi, Agy, Agye, Agie, Aggye, Agota, Agotha, Agueda, ..], Agave, Aggie, Egelina [Agilina], Aglaia, Agnes▼ [Agy, Agot, Agye, Agnus, Agote, Agota, Agoti, Agnolah, ..], Agnola [Agnolla, Agnolle], Augusta [Agostina, Agustina], Agraciana [Agracianna, Agracyanna], Agrafina [Agrafena], Agrippa [Agrafina, Agrippina, Agrippine], Agrippina [Agripina]