English Girl Names

Aaren

English unisex form of Aaron, meaning high mountain

Abaegayle

English variant of Abigail, meaning father rejoices

Abagael

English variant of Abigail, meaning father rejoices

Abagail

English variant of Abigail, meaning father rejoices

Abagale

English variant of Abigail, meaning father rejoices

Abaigael

English variant of Abigail, meaning father rejoices

Abaigeal

English variant of Abigail, meaning father rejoices

Abbey

English nickname for Abigail, meaning father rejoices

Abbi

Variant of English Abbie, meaning father rejoices

Abbie

English nickname for Abigail, meaning father rejoices

Abbigael

English variant of Abigail, meaning father rejoices

Abbigail

English variant of Abigail, meaning father rejoices

Abbigale

English variant of Abigail, meaning father rejoices

Abbigayle

English variant of Abigail, meaning father rejoices

Abby

English nickname for Abigail, meaning father rejoices

Abbye

Variant of English Abby, meaning father rejoices

Abbygael

English variant of Abigail, meaning father rejoices

Abbygail

English variant of Abigail, meaning father rejoices

Abbygale

English variant of Abigail, meaning father rejoices

Abegayle

English variant of Abigail, meaning father rejoices

Abella

English form of French Abelia, meaning herdsman

Abichail

English variant of Abigail, meaning father rejoices

Abigael

English variant of Abigail, meaning father rejoices

Abigale

English variant of Abigail, meaning father rejoices

Abigall

English variant of Abigail, meaning father rejoices

Abigayle

English variant of Abigail, meaning father rejoices

Abigil

English variant of Abigail, meaning father rejoices

Acacia

Not evil English name derived from Greek akakia, itself from the Greek elements a not and kakos evil Acacia is the name of a fraternity and of a flowering shrub/tree. In Freemasonry, the Acacia symbolizes immortality of the soul, innocence and purity, and birth into a new life. The acaica seyal is believed to have been the shittah-tree (Isaiah 41:19) which furnished the wood for the Ark of the Covenant and for the Tabernacle.

Aceline

Feminine form of English Acelin, meaning little noble one

Ada

Nickname for English Adelaide noble sort, and Adela noble

Adaline

English variant of French Adeline, meaning noble

Adallina

English variant form of Italian Adelina, meaning noble

Adamina

AdamINA: English feminine form of Adam, meaning earth

Adamine

Variant of English Adamina, meaning earth

Adaminna

Variant of English Adamina, meaning earth

Addie

Nickname for English Adelaide, meaning noble sort

Addison

Old English surname transferred to unisex forename use, meaning son of Adam

Addy

Nickname for English Adelaide, meaning noble sort

Adela

Czech form of Adela, meaning noble

Adelaide

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

Adele

Nickname for French Adélaïde, meaning noble

Adelfa

ADELFA: English variant of Greek Adelpha, meaning dear sister

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

adelie

Adelis

Variant form of English Adelicia, meaning noble sort

Adelle

Variant of English Adele, meaning noble

Adelyna

English variant form of Italian/Spanish Adelina, meaning noble

Adena

AdenA: Possibly a feminine form of English Aden, meaning fire

Adenah

Variant of English Adena, meaning fire

Adene

Variant of English Adena, meaning fire

Adine

Variant of English Adena, meaning fire

Adison

Variant of English unisex Addison, meaning son of Adam

Adisson

Variant of English unisex Addison, meaning son of Adam

Adrea

Variant of English Adria, meaning from HAdria

Adreana

Variant of English Adrianne, meaning from Hadria

Adreea

Variant of English Adria, meaning from HAdria

Adria

Feminine form of English Adrian, meaning from Hadria

Adrianah

Variant of English Adrianne, meaning from Hadria

Adriane

Variant of English Adrianne, meaning from Hadria

Adriannah

Variant of English Adrianne, meaning from Hadria

Adrianne

Feminine form of English Adrian, meaning from Hadria

Adrie

Nickname for English Adrianne, meaning from Hadria

Adriena

Variant of English Adrianne, meaning from Hadria

Affrica

Variant of English Africa, meaning land of the Afri

Affricah

Variant of English Africa, meaning land of the Afri

Affrika

Variant of English Africa, meaning land of the Afri

Affrikah

Variant of English Africa, meaning land of the Afri

Africah

Variant of English Africa, meaning land of the Afri

Afrika

Variant of English Africa, meaning land of the Afri

Afrikah

Variant of English Africa, meaning land of the Afri

Agatha

Latin form of Greek Agathe, meaning good

Agave

English plant name, derived from the Greek myth name Agaue, meaning illustrious, noble The name was used by botanists for the agave plant (American aloe), probably because of its stately flower stem.

Aggi

Variant of English Aggie, a nickname for two different names.

Aggie

Nickname for English Agnes, chaste, and Agatha, good

Aggy

Variant form of English Aggie, a nickname for two different names.

Aggye

Variant form of English Aggie, a nickname for two different names.

Agnes

Hungarian form of English Agnes, meaning "chaste; holy."

Agnus

Variant of English Agnes, meaning chaste; holy
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