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Astraia

Astraia is a great choice for parents looking for a more unique name. Want to make this name more unique? Try ... Read More

Female

Athena

The etymology and meaning of Athena is uncertain but is often given as "wise" because Athena is the Greek myth ... Read More

Female

Atropes

Elegant and luminous, it is a name considered by many parents. A special name that is sure to be loved. Wrap i ... Read More

Female

Auriana

Auriana is a variant of Ariana. See Ariana for further details. Auriana is a sophisticated and stylish name. A ... Read More

Female

Celena

Celena is a variant of Selina. See Selina for further details. The celestial name Celena, has a wonderfully si ... Read More

Female

Ceto

The Greek myth name Ceto, has a wonderfully luminous quality. A memorable name, Ceto possesses great character ... Read More

Female

Aayla

Top of the mountain ... Read More

Female

Abdera

The name Abdera is of Greek origin. The meaning of Abdera is "from abdera". Abdera is generally used as a girl ... Read More

Female

Abderus

The name Abderus is of Greek origin. The meaning of Abderus is "mythical friend of hercules". Abderus is gener ... Read More

Male

Abdul Ghafur

From Abdera.. ... Read More

Female

Abdul Haady

A friend of Hercules.. ... Read More

Male

Abigaia

My father's rejoice ... Read More

Female

Abydos

The name Abydos is of Greek origin. The meaning of Abydos is "from abydos". Abydos is generally used as a boy' ... Read More

Male

Acacia

The name Acacia is of Greek origin. The meaning of Acacia is "thorny". Acacia is generally used as a girl's na ... Read More

Female

Acacio

The name Acacio is of Greek origin. The meaning of Acacio is "thorn". Acacio is generally used as a boy's name ... Read More

Male

Acantha

The name Acantha is of Greek origin. The meaning of Acantha is "thorny". It is also of Latin origin, where its ... Read More

Female

Acastus

The name Acastus is of Greek origin. The meaning of Acastus is "mythical argonaut". Acastus is generally used ... Read More

Male

Accalia

The name Accalia is of Greek origin. The meaning of Accalia is "mythical mother of romulus and remus". It is a ... Read More

Female

Accolon

One who is from the mother of God ... Read More

Male

Acestes

The name Acestes is of Greek origin. The meaning of Acestes is "mythical name". Acestes is generally used as a ... Read More

Male

Achaia

The name Achaia is of Greek origin. The meaning of Achaia is "trouble". Achaia is generally used as a girl's n ... Read More

Female

Achaikos

The name Achaikos is of Greek origin. The meaning of Achaikos is "from achaia, greece". Achaikos is generally ... Read More

Male

Achates

The name Achates is of Greek origin. The meaning of Achates is "mythical companion of aeneas". Achates is gene ... Read More

Male

Achatius

In Hebrew it means the God is holding. In Greek it means a duminitive person ... Read More

Male

Achelous

The name Achelous is of Greek origin. The meaning of Achelous is "mythical river god". Achelous is generally u ... Read More

Male

Acheron

The name Acheron is of Greek origin. The meaning of Acheron is "mythical river of woe". Acheron is generally u ... Read More

Male

Achilles

The name Achilles is of Greek origin. The meaning of Achilles is "hero of the trojan war, pain, without lips". ... Read More

Male

Achilleus

The name Achilleus is of Greek origin. The meaning of Achilleus is "pain, without lips". Achilleus is generall ... Read More

Male

Aconteus

The name Aconteus is of Greek origin. The meaning of Aconteus is "mythical name". Aconteus is generally used a ... Read More

Male

Acrisius

The name Acrisius is of Greek origin. The meaning of Acrisius is "mythical grandfather of perseus". Acrisius i ... Read More

Male

Actaeon

The name Actaeon is of Greek origin. The meaning of Actaeon is "shining, brilliant, radiant". Actaeon is gener ... Read More

Male

Acteon

The name Acteon is of Greek origin. The meaning of Acteon is "shining, brilliant, radiant". Acteon is generall ... Read More

Male

Adadah

Sharp pointed or thorned.. ... Read More

Female

Adael

An Argonaut.. ... Read More

Male

Adalynn

Figure in ancient Greek mythology who was the companion of Aeneas.. ... Read More

Male

Adamandia

A hard metal or diamond that is invincible and use to tame ... Read More

Male

Adamina

A river god.. ... Read More

Male

Adamko

River of sorrow/woe.. ... Read More

Male

Adamsson

Lipless.. ... Read More

Male

Adamu

The mythological hero of the Trojan War famous for his valor and manly beauty - his only weak spot was his ank ... Read More

Male
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