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Boy Names Starting with Ai-

Ai- baby names and what they mean, with 28 results. Ai- names are used more often as feminine names. These boy names were at the height of their popularity in 2008 (ADOPTION OF 1.16%) and are somewhat less widespread today (ADOPTION 0.65%, DOWN 44.1%), with names such as Aidan becoming somewhat outmoded. Aiden (#19) is the most trendy boy name among these, while Aills (TOP 44%) and Aiosa (60%) are familiar Ai- last names. Here is the list of Ai- names for girls.

Ai- names

Aias - Aindrea | Aineas - Aitan

Aias - Aindrea

Form of Ajax. Origin fr. Greek language. .. the name of two heroes of .. Aras is a somewhat popular boys' name. See also Amias.

Aidan and variants

Aidan, var. Aidyn, Aiden, Aidano
Stems fr. Gaelic language. "Fire." Popular, and Aidan is comparable to common last names Ardan (UPPER 97%), Aldan (99%), which also end with -dan.

Aigeus, Aigeos
Var. of Aegeus. Derivative of Greek. "Protection." Not in popularity charts.

Aiken, var. Aikin, Aicken
Derivative of Old English element. "Made of oak." Aiken, Aicken and Aikin are not in the Top 2000.

Var. of Albert. Stems fr. Old English element. "Noble, bright." Abbert and Ailler are creative variations. See also Gilbert.

Ailin, Ailean
Forms of Alan. Origin fr. Old German word. "Precious." Not in popularity charts.

Form of Aleron. Derivative of Latin element. "Winged one." Aileron is a rare men's name.

Stems fr. Sanskrit. "Lord of everything." Not in Top 2000.

Ailfryd, Ailfrid, Ailfred
Var. of Alfred. Source fr. Old English. "Elf or magical counsel." Ailfred, Ailfrid and Ailfryd are rare as children's names.

Ailmer, Aillmer
Var. of Aylmer. Source fr. Old English word. "Noble and renowned." Rare, with the unconventional -mer ending for Aillmer, Ailmer, like Aymer, Ammer.

Top 2000 baby names ranking of Ai- names: Aidan, Aiden, Aidyn, Aime

Var. of Alured. Stems fr. Latin element. Variant of Alfred. Ailured is rarely adopted as a baby name.

Form of Alvin. Based on Old English. "Elf or magical being, friend." Rare. Ailwyn (compare Ashywyn) uses the androgynous-sounding -wyn suffix. See also Alleyn.


Source fr. Latin. "Beloved." Also used for girls. Aime peaked in popularity 108 years ago.

Aimery, var. Aimeric, Aimerey
Derived fr. Old German language. "King of work." Unique. Aimery, Aimerey and Aimeric are not found in the US Census.

Form of Ames. Derivative of French word. "Friend." Aimes, like the similar Aime, exists more often as a last name. See also Amyes.

Form of Emil. Based on Latin word. "Rival; laborious; eager." Rare. Aimil, like Akil, Axil, ends with -il. Also a girls' name.

Aimon1, var. Aimone, Aimond
From Old German element. "Fatherland." Unusual. Aimon (cf. Armon) has the unconventional androgynous -mon suffix.

Var. of Eamon. Origin fr. Irish, Gaelic language. "Wealthy protector." Unusual as a birth name, but Aimon is comparable to the more conventional Simon. See also Aimond.

Var. of Amory. Stems fr. Old German. "Brave power." Aimory is an unusual men's name. See also Aimery.

Aindreas, Aindrea
Forms of Andrew. Origin fr. Greek element. "Man, warrior." Aindrea and Aindreas are not often adopted as birth names.

Quick Reference

Summary Index of names [and variants] for Ai- names for boys.

1. Aias - Aindrea
Ajax [Aias], Aidan [Aidyn, Aiden, Aidano], Aegeus [Aigeus, Aigeos], Aiken [Aikin, Aicken], Albert [Ailbert], Alan [Ailin, Ailean], Aleron [Aileron], Ailesh, Alfred [Ailfryd, Ailfrid, Ailfred], Aylmer [Ailmer, Aillmer], Alured [Ailured], Alvin [Ailwyn], Aime, Aimery [Aimeric, Aimerey], Ames [Aimes], Emil [Aimil], Aimon [Aimone, Aimond], Eamon [Aimon], Amory [Aimory], Andrew [Aindrea, Aindreas]

Aeneas [Aineis, Aineas, Ainneas, Aineias], Ansley [Ainsly, Ainslie, Ainsley, Ainslee, Ainslea, Ainsleigh], Ainsley [Ainslie, Ainslee, Ainsleigh], Ainsworth, Aeolus [Aiolus, Aiolos], Ariel [Airel, Airyel, Airyell], Aaron [Airyn, Airen], Ethan [Aitan]

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