Character Trait Names

Aalt

Abbreviated form of Dutch Aaltje, meaning noble sort

Aaltje

Dutch form of Adelheid, meaning noble sort

aatto

Finnish form of German Adolf, meaning noble wolf

Aatu

Finnish form of German Adolf, meaning noble wolf

abelard

From an old Germanic surname, meaning noble and steadfast

abelard

From an old Germanic surname, meaning noble and steadfast

Abhay

ABHAY: Hindi name meaning brave; fearless

Abrafo

African Ghanaian name meaning warrior or executioner Originally, it was a nickname for a troublemaker or someone who is hyper.

Abubakar

African Kenyan name meaning noble

Acel

Nickname for English Acelin, meaning noble at birth

Acelet

Variant of English Acelin, meaning noble at birth

Acelin

English diminutive form of French Asce, meaning little noble one

Aceline

Feminine form of English Acelin, meaning little noble one

Achar

Biblical name given to Achan after his crime of stealing forbidden items during the assault on Jericho, for which he was stoned to death, meaning one who troubles

Ada

Nickname for English Adelaide noble sort, and Adela noble

Adala

Old German name derived from adal/athal, meaning "noble."

Adalard

Variant of German Adalhard, meaning noble strength

Adalbert

Old German form of English Albert, meaning bright nobility

Adalberto

Variant of Italian/Spanish Alberto, meaning "bright nobility."

Adalbjorg

"Noble protection." Icelandic and Scandinavian name derived from the Old Norse elements aðal "noble" and björg "protection."

Adalbrecht

Bright nobility Old German name composed of the elements adal noble and beraht bright

Adalfieri

Italian surname transferred to forename use, meaning "noble oath."

Adalfuns

Noble and ready Visigothic name composed of the Germanic elements adal noble and funs ready

Adalhard

Noble strength Old German name composed of the elements adal noble and hart hardy; strong

Adalheid

Variant of German Adalheidis, meaning "noble sort."

Adalheidis

Old German name, meaning "noble sort."

Adalina

Variant of Italian/Spanish Adelina, meaning "noble."

Adalinda

Variant of German Adelinda, meaning "noble serpent."

Adaline

English variant of French Adeline, meaning noble

Adallina

English variant form of Italian Adelina, meaning noble

Adalric

German form of Anglo-Saxon Aethelric, meaning noble rule

Adalstan

German form of Anglo-Saxon Aethelstan, meaning noble stone

Adalsteinn

Scandinavian form of Anglo-Saxon Aethelstan, meaning "noble stone."

Adalwolf

Variant of German Adalwulf, meaning noble wolf

Adalwolfa

Feminine form of German Adolf, meaning "noble wolf."

Adalwulf

Noble wolf Old German name, composed of the elements adal noble and wulf wolf

Adara

Hebrew name meaning noble

Addie

Nickname for English Adelaide, meaning noble sort

Addy

Nickname for English Adelaide, meaning noble sort

Adela

Czech form of Adela, meaning noble

Adela

Czech form of Adela, meaning noble

Adelaida

Spanish form of Adelaide, meaning "noble sort."

Adelaide

French name derived from German Adalheidis, meaning noble sort, from athel noble and haidu kind; sort

Adelaide

French name derived from German Adalheidis, meaning noble sort, from athel noble and haidu kind; sort

Adelais

French form of English Adelaide, meaning noble sort

Adelajda

Polish form of Adelaide, meaning "noble sort."

Adelard

French form of Old German Adalhard, meaning noble strength

Adelbert

Variant of German Adalbert, meaning bright nobility

Adelbrecht

Variant of German Adalbrecht, meaning bright nobility

Adele

Nickname for French Adélaïde, meaning noble

Adele

Nickname for French Adélaïde, meaning noble

Adele

Nickname for French Adélaïde, meaning noble

Adelhard

Variant of German Adalhard, meaning noble strength

Adelheid

Dutch and German variant of Adalheidis, meaning "noble sort."

Adelheit

Variant of Dutch/German Adelheid, meaning "noble sort."

Adelheyd

Dutch form of German Adalheidis, meaning noble sort

Adelia

Variant of English Adela, meaning noble

Adelice

Variant form of English Adelicia, meaning noble sort

Adelicia

English blend of Adela noble and Alicia, noble sort

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Adelina

Italian and Spanish pet form of Adela, meaning "noble."

Adelind

Abbreviated form of German Adelinda, meaning "noble serpent."

Adelinda

"Noble serpent." Old German name derived from the elements adal, "noble," and lint "serpent, dragon."

Adelinde

Variant form of German Adelinda, meaning "noble serpent."

Adeline

Pet form of French Adèle, meaning noble

Adelis

Variant form of English Adelicia, meaning noble sort

Adelita

Probably a variant of Spanish Adelina, meaning "noble." This name was used for the heroine of the Mexican folk song "La Adelita," one of the most famous corridos to come out of the Mexican Revolution. The song tells the story of a young woman in love with a sergeant. She traveled with him and his regiment. Due to this song, the term "La Adelita" came to signify a woman of strength and courage, the archetype of a woman warrior.

Adelle

Variant of English Adele, meaning noble

Adelmar

German form of Anglo-Saxon Aethelmaer, meaning noble and famous

Adelonda

Variant of German Adelinda, meaning "noble serpent."

Adelphus

Latin form of German Adolf, meaning noble wolf

Adelric

Variant of German Adalric, meaning noble rule

Adelulf

Variant of German Adalwulf, meaning noble wolf

Adelyna

English variant form of Italian/Spanish Adelina, meaning noble

Adilene

Variant of French Adeline, meaning noble

Adira

Hebrew name meaning noble; powerful

Adiva

ADIVA: Arabic name meaning agreeable; gentle

Adolf

Modern form of Old German Adalwolf, meaning noble wolf

Adolfo

Italian form of Adolf, meaning "noble wolf."
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