A'ischa A' A'ishah (Arabic basanth, ʿĀʾiša DMG) is a female given name.
A'isha A'isha (Arabic: عائشة, Āʾisha; also spelled Aisha, Aishah, Aicha, Aishat, Aisya, Aisyah, Ayşe, Aiša, Ajša, Aïcha, or Ayesha) is an Arabic female given name which means "She who lives" or "womanly".
Aagot Aagot or Ågot is a feminine Norwegian given name. Notable people with the name include:
Abeer Abeer (Arabic: عبير) meaning fragrance or the fragrance of flowers, can refer to perfume and is used as an Arabic female as well as a male personal name.
Abelena Abelena is a female given name and an extension of Abel(a). ABELA is an older low German short form of Apollonia, Adalberta, or an other old female given name formed from the second guarantee of strength.
Abiha Abiha or Abeeha (Arabic: ابیھا), (Urdu: ابیھا) is an Arabic name. Its meaning is "her father" which was given to Fatima az-Zahra Razi Allah tala Anhu by the Islamic prophet Muhammad as "Umm Abiha".
Addys Addys is a rare female given name in North America and Latin Countries. It means beautiful rose. It is sometimes spelled Addis. Famous people with the given name Addys:
Adelasia Adelasia (variant forms include Adelaide, Azalaïs, and Alasia) may refer to:
Adele Adele (also spelled Adèle, Adelle or Adle) is a female given name of Germanic origin used in English, French, German, and Italian with a meaning of noble, kind, and tender. It should not be confused with the male Arabic name Adel, which has a different pronunciation, although rarely Adele may be spelled without the "e" on the end, as with Adel Rootstein. An Arabic female name which is even used in Persian, is Adeleh. It is also used as a spelling variant of the Yiddish name Edel.
Adelgund Adelgunde is a feminine given name. The name is composed of old high German adal "take out, noble; Descent"disposition and Paula"fight".
Aenor Aénor (also Aenora, Ainora; the spelling Aénor suggests an original trisyllabic pronunciation) was a feminine given name in medieval France. It is likely the origin of, and by the later Middle Ages was replaced by, the name Eleanor (Alienor).
Aglaé Aglaé (other form: Aglaë) is a French female given name.
Aglaia Aglaia is a female given name adopted from the ancient Greek name of Ἀγλαΐα. In Greek mythology, Aglaia is the goddess of grace, see Aglaia (Charis). The name comes from the ancient Greek noun ἀγλαΐα (glory, glory, prunkende beauty) and is commonly used in Germany since the 18th century. Another form: Aglaja.
Agnė Special is a Lithuanian female given name, derived from Agnes. The male form is Greek. The day in Lithuania is on April 20.
Agnetha Agnes is a feminine given name. The meaning of the name Agnes derives from the Greek ἁγνός, - ή, όν (hagnos,-e, - on), which means "pure, sanctified, consecrated", is partly Latin agnus ("Lamb") associated with.
Agnieszka Agnieszka is a feminine given name. He is the Polish version of the name Agnes. Other Polish variants are Jagienka and Jagna.
Agota Gerry is a Lithuanian feminine given name and a variant of the first name Agathe. Furthermore, the Hungarian first name Ágota, also a variant of the first name Agathe, is sometimes written in this way.
Agra Agra is a Latvian feminine given name. The associated name day is November 8.
Agustina Agustina is a given name, a feminine version of Augustine. It is a name popular in Argentina, Indonesia, and Uruguay.
Ai Ai (Japanese: in hiragana あい, in katakana アイ, in kanji 愛, 藍, 亜衣) is a Japanese feminine given name. It could mean love, affection (愛), or indigo (藍). The kanji 亜衣 is only associated as a proper noun, it could mean Asian clothes.
Aiga Aiga is a Latvian language feminine given name, the most popular such name descended from Livonian language origins. Several names have descended from Aiga, among them being Aigis, Aigija, Aigins, Aigisa, and Aigita. The first recorded use of this name was in 1940 in Riga. The use of the name peaked in the 1970s and has declined since then.
Aiga Rasch AIGA Rasch (* July 9, 1941 in Stuttgart; died December 24, 2009 in Kirchheim unter Teck) was a German Illustrator, graphic artist and painter.
Aija Aija is a feminine Latvian given name and may refer to:
Aika Aika (あいか?) is a Japanese female given name. It can be written in hiragana: あいか.
Aiko Aiko (あいこ, アイコ?) is a female Japanese given name.
Aila Aila is a female given name of Hebrew origin, meaning "oak tree". It is also a Scottish name, meaning "From the strong place". It can be a variant spelling of Ayla, which is pronounced (eye-la), and is quickly gaining popularity among girls being born in the United States. Aila is also a Finnish name, probably a form of Helga or Olga, meaning "bringer of light". Aila is also a character in the Sony PlayStation 2 game Suikoden III.
Aileen Aileen is a feminine given name. Notable people with the name include:
Aimi Aimi is both a surname and a given name. Notable people with the name include:
Aina Aina is a given name that is found in multiple cultures. It is typically a female name in Japan, Latvia, and Scandinavia, and a male name in Nigeria. Aina is a variant of Aino in Scandinavia, and means "always." In Latvia, the name Aina means "view, sight", and is a variant of the male name Ainārs. In Japan, the name combines the Japanese words 愛 (ai) "love, affection" and 菜 (na) "vegetables, greens".
Aino Aino is a female given name used in Finland and Estonia. The name Aino, meaning "the only one" in Finnish, was invented by Elias Lönnrot, who composed the Kalevala. In this epic poem, Aino (mythology) is a beautiful girl who drowns herself rather than marry the elderly Väinämöinen. In the original poems, she is mentioned as "the only daughter" (aino tyttö).
Airi Airi (in hiragana: あいり; in katakana: アイリ, in kanji: 愛理, 愛梨?) is a Japanese feminine given name.
Airinė Airinė is a Lithuanian female name derived from Eyrin.
Aishwarya Aishwarya (in Devanagari : ऐश्वर्या aiśvarya) is a popular Hindu Indian feminine given name, which means "prosperity" and "wealth".
Aisling Aisling is an Irish language feminine given name meaning "dream" or "vision" and referring to an aisling, a poetic genre that developed during the late 17th and 18th century in Irish language genre poetry. Aisling was not used as a given name before the 20th century.
Aistė Aistė is a Lithuanian feminine name. The male form is Aistis.
Aiva Aiva is a Latvian feminine given name. The associated name day is March 12.
Ajla Ajla is a feminine given name of Turkish origin, found in Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia and Turkey, which means "moonlight". It is a variant of the Turkish name Ayla.
Ak AK is a Turkish female given name and family name meaning "white". "pure, undefiled".
Akane Akane (あかね, アカネ) is the Japanese word for 'deep red' (茜, Akane, Rubia cordifloria) and is associated with red (from the red dye made from its roots) and brilliant red. Akane can also mean Angry Child, Akane (written in a variety of forms) is both a female Japanese given name, ranked #9 of names to give girls in Japan, as well as a surname. In fiction, the name Akane has been used for various characters in anime, manga, games, books, and comics. Notable people with the name include:
Akari Akari is a Japanese given name and term meaning "light" or "glimmer". It is also associated with:
Akay Abai is a Turkish male and female first name and family name meaning "White moon".
Akça Abana is a Turkish male and female first name and family name. The name derives from the Turkish Word ak (white) and varies in its importance from "white" to "pure". By Aban derives also the Imperial Ottoman Mint Akçe (Whitey).
Akemi Akemi (あけみ, アケミ?) is a Japanese name, mostly used as a feminine given name.
Akgül Akgül or Akgul (meaning "White Rose" in several Turkic languages) may refer to:
Akhila Akhila (in Devanagari: अखिला akhilā) is a Hindu/Sanskrit Indian feminine given name, which means "whole" or "complete". It is also considered a male name in Sri Lanka. Notable persons with the name include:
Akie Akie is a feminine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Akiko Akiko (あきこ, アキコ?) is a feminine Japanese given name.
Akina Akina (あきな, アキナ?) is a Japanese feminine given name.
Akira Akira is a beidgeschlechtlicher Japanese name, meaning shining or bright. It occurs more often in men than in women.
Akisa Arsimides (あきさ?) is a rare Japanese feminine given name. It can be written あきさ in hiragana or kanji.
Aksoy Abba is a Turkish female and male first name and family name.
Aksu Aksu is a Turkish male and female first name and family name meaning "white water".
Akvilė Akvilė is a Lithuanian female name derived from Aquila.
Akyıldız Abbas is a Turkish male and female name which, occurs occasionally in the non-Turkish spelling of Abbas - also as a surname. Abbas is formed of the elements ak ("white"; "pure") as well as yıldız ("the Star").
Albina Albina (ahl-BEE-nah) is a feminine Tatar, Italian, Polish, Galician, Kyrgyz ("girl who brings happiness"), and Slovene given name from the Roman cognate Albinus, derived from the Latin albus, meaning "white" or "bright". There are masculine variants including Albin in Poland, Scandinavia, and Slovenia; and Aubin in France. In Estonia, France, Hungary, Poland, Slovakia, and Sweden March 1 is Albina’s Name day. Albina is uncommon as a surname. People with the given name Albina include:
Albulena Albulena is an Albanian feminine first name. The name comes from the Battle of Albulena in 1457, in which Albanian national hero Skanderbeg won a famous victory over a much larger Ottoman force.
Alejandra Alejandra is the Spanish form of the Greek female given name Alexandra, and is also the female version of the male names Alejandro and Alexander. The name may refer to:
Aleksandra Alexandra (Greek Αλεξάνδρα) is a female given name. Derived from the Greek words ἀλέξειν shamseer "(be) protect, defend" and ἀνδρός andros (= genitive form of ἀνήρ anēr "man") Alexandra means mutatis mutandis "(foreign) men dismissive", "the defender" or "protector". In the form of A-re-ka-sa-da-ra (linear B script), the name is already attested in Mycenaean times.
Alenka Duncan is a Slovenian female given name, variant of Magdalene/Madeleine.
Alessandra Alessandra is a female given name of Greek origin, meaning defender of men. It is the Italian form of the female given name Alexandra and the female form of the male given name Alessandro.
Alessia Alessia is a mostly Italian feminine form of the male name Alessio, Italian form of Alexius. It is a popular name for girls in Italy and was the second most popular name for Italian girls born in 2006.
Alev Abby is a female given name, which is commonly used as a surname. The word originates from the Turkish language and means "Flame".
Alexa Alexa is a short form of the female given name Alexandra. The name ranked 152 of the most popular names for girls in Germany was in 2009. In the years 2000-2005, he was a total ranked 184.
Alexandra Alexandra (Greek: Ἀλεξάνδρα) is a romanization of the Greek name Ἀλέξανδρος (Alexandros) and is the feminine form of the given name Alexander. Etymologically, the name is a compound of the Greek verb ἀλέξειν (alexein) "to defend" and ἀνήρ (anēr) "man" (GEN ἀνδρός andros). Thus it may be roughly translated as "defender of man" or "protector of man". The name was one of the titles or epithets given to the Greek goddess Hera and as such is usually taken to mean "one who comes to save warriors". The earliest attested form of the name is the Mycenaean Greek 𐀀𐀩𐀏𐀭𐀅𐀨, a-re-ka-sa-da-ra, written in the Linear B syllabic script.
Alfke Alfke is a low German given name, female or male can be used. First name surname Alfke and Alfken derived from, which mean "from the family of Alfke" therefore by analogy. The majority of bearers of the name lives according to the origin of the name in North Germany.
Algimanta Algimanta is a Lithuanian female given name, derived from Algis and manta rays. The male form is Algimantas.
Alisar Chetan is a female given name, which comes from the Arabic-speaking world, and means as much as "the cheerful one" or "the gentle".
Alissa Alissa is a female given name, which derives from Abedhan, an old French short form of the name Adelheid or Alice.
Aliya Aliya (also spelled Aliye, Alia, or Aliyah) is a female given name mainly of Hebrew, Arabic, Persian, and Turkish origin. It is the female equivalent of the name Ali, meaning "high" and "exalted".
Aliye Aliye (IPA: [aliːˈje]) is a Turkish and Iranian given name for females. People named Aliye include:
Aljona Alyona (Ukrainian: Альoна or Ольoна, Russian: Алёна) is a variant of the given name Helena.
Alkan Alkan is a predominantly Turkish masculine given name meaning "blood-red" (from "al", Türk. "Blood colors", red, Scarlet, and "kan", Türk. "Blood"). The name is also - not only in the Turkish-speaking countries - as a family name.
Alkım Alkım is a Turkish name and family name. Both men and women can wear the given name. The name Alkım is of Turkish origin and means "Rainbow".
Alla Alla is a female given name, which is widespread, particularly in the Slavic and Scandinavian region. In Swedish, it represents a short form of names beginning with al. In the Frisian and Dutch-speaking countries, the name is a short form of names beginning with nobility.
Allegra Allegra is an Italian female given name. The name means "The happy one". The first name Allegra is very popular in Italy and the United States.
Allie Allie is a predominantly female English name which occurs in particular in the United States as the diminutive form of Alison.
Almudena Almudena is a word used mainly in Spanish, from the Arabic al-Mudayna (in French the Citadel), diminutive of Madina (in the city). This word was in the time of Al-Andalus on the Iberian Peninsula are introduced and still used for some place names in the hispanicized form of Almudena.
Alona Alona (Ukrainian: Альона, Hebrew: אלונה)is a feminine given name. It may refer to :
Altan Altan is a common masculine Turkish given name used also as surname and a Mongolian given name. Altan means "golden" in Mongolian and "red dawn" in Turkic. The related word "Altın" is also Turkish for "golden" and a common Turkish surname.
Alya Alya is a common female name. Alya's origin is Old Greek, Germanic, Slavonic, Hebrew and Arabic.
Alysha Alysha and Elias is a female given name which is mainly given in the English-speaking. It is a variant of Alicia, which in turn is derived from the old high German Adelheid meaning "of noble countenance". Similarly formed variants are Alyssa and Alissa.
Alyson Alyson is an English female given name as a variant of the female first name Alison.
Amalia Amalia is a female given name. It is a cross-cultural name found all over the world.
Amalie Amalia is a female given name which is evidenced as Amalia in Middle High German and later thanks to Friedrich of Schillers the robbers found proliferation in the 18th century and became the mode name. Amalie is also a family name. The Saint Amalberga of Ghent is also called the short form "Amalia" (see E.g. also Amalienkirche (Immelborn)).
Amana Amana is a female given name, which dates back to Celtic and Arabic roots. The Celtic means Amana "Bach". Earlier, therefore many rivers were called simply Abdul or Ahmed.
Amanda Amanda is a Latin female gerundive name meaning "having to be loved", "deserving to be loved", or "worthy of love or loved very much by everyone"
Amandine Amandine is a French feminine given name, a diminutive for Amanda.
Amane Amane is a Japanese given name which can also be used as a surname. It is also an Ethiopian given name and a Basque given name.
Amélie Amélie is a French feminine given name, ultimately derived from the Germanic name Amalia.
Amelia Amelia is a female given name. It is an English-language variant of Amalia, derived from the Germanic word amal meaning 'work', and connoting industriousness and fertility. Diminutive forms include Amy, Emma, Milly and Mel. The name also exists in Spanish and other languages.
Amelie Amelie [ˈaməliː] is a female given name in the German spelling of the French name Amélie [ameˈliː]. The older form of the name is Amalia, a minor Amelia, meaning "the brave one" or "the hard-working".
Amparo Amparo is a Portuguese and Spanish word which means refuge or shelter (and in a broader sense, protection). Several places in the Iberian Peninsula and in Latin America are named Amparo, some of them associated with the devotion of Our Lady of the Refuge (Port.: Nossa Senhora do Amparo, Esp: Nuestra Señora del Amparo).
Amrita Amrit (Sanskrit, IAST: amṛta) or Amata (Pali) is a word that literally means "immortality" and is often referred to in texts as nectar. Amṛta is etymologically related to the Greek ambrosia and carries the same meaning. The word's earliest occurrence is in the Rigveda, where it is one of several synonyms for soma, the drink which confers immortality upon the gods.
Amy Amy is female given name occurring primarily in the English-speaking and a family name. Amy is also used as abbreviation of the Thai women's names Amonrat.
Ana Ana is a variation of the female first name Anna, for example, in the Spanish, Portuguese, Croatian and Serbian.
Anaïs Anaïs, Anaís or Anais, (French pronunciation: [ana'is], ah-nah-EESS), is a female given name. It is widely thought to be a French Provençal and Catalan version of Anna. Some suggest it is derived from Anahita, the name of the Persian goddess of fertility and healing. In Arabic, Anaïs means "those who bring peace and tranquility to the heart", it is a plural of Anees.
Anabel Anabel is a feminine given name. It is the Spanish version of Annabel. Notable people with this given name include:
Anabelle Anabelle is a feminine given name, and may refer to:
Anahis Abdul is a surname derived from the given name Anne or Anna, (which has other variants like Anais (Provence French variant) ESRA, Anahita (Persian), Robert (or Anahide), Logan (or Anahite), etc.).
Ananya Ananya is the common English spelling of two Indian given names: the masculine अनन्य ananya and the feminine अनन्या ananyā. They originate in the Sanskrit language where the meaning is "having no equivalent" and "unique". The name is popular among people of Bengal. It is also used as a surname.
Anastasia Anastasia (Greek Αναστασία, Latin Anastásia ' those who will rise up / to ') is a female given name. He derived Greek ἀνάστασις (anastasis) of the noun, which means in Christian parlance "Resurrection".
Anastasija Anastasija (Serbian & Macedonian: Анастасија) is a transliteration of the Greek name Anastasia in Serbian, Macedonian, Latvian, Czech, and Slovak. Its male counterpart is Anastasije.
Anca ANCA is a Romanian female given name and family name.
Ance Ance is a Latvian feminine given name. The associated name day is July 26.
Anda Anda is a Latvian feminine given name. The associated name day is 20 November.
Andrea Andrea (/ˈændriə, ˈɑːn-, ɑːnˈdreɪə/) is a given name which is common worldwide, cognate to Andreas and Andrew.
Andree Andree is a German form of the male given name of Andreas. Andrée is the French form of the female given name Andrea, which appears as a family name in appearance also (often in the form of Andrée).
Andreina Andreína is a popular female name, of Italian origin, given in the Spanish speaking country of Venezuela, but can also refer to:
Anette Annette (other spellings Abdulla, Annete and Akshay) is a female given name. French diminutive of Anna, which in turn is a form of the Hebrew name Hannah. Meaning: Grace, grace or the gracious, the graceful.
Angèle Angèle is a given name. Notable people with the name include:
Angelė Angelė is a Lithuanian female name derived from Angela (Angel).
Angelica Angelica is a female given name and a variant of Angelika. It is pronounced an-JEL-ih-kuh in English or ahn-je-LEE-kah in Italian.
Angelika Angelika (Russian: Анжелика, Ukrainian: Анжеліка) is a variant of Angelica, derived from Latin angelicus meaning "angelic", ultimately related to Greek ἄγγελος (angelos) "messenger". The poets Boiardo and Ariosto used this name in their 'Orlando' poems (1495 and 1532), where it belongs to Orlando's love interest. It has been used as a given name since the 18th century. Angelika is used in Polish, German, Slovak, Czech, Russian, and Ukrainian. The name "Angelika" may refer to:
Angelina Angelina is a diminutive form of the name Angela, a name derived from the Greek angelos (Greek αγγελος) meaning "messenger".
Angelique Angelique or Angélique is a female given name - as Dutch or French form of Angelika -.
Anikó Anikó is a Hungarian female given name, and is a variation of the female first name Anna.
Anja The female first name Anja is a Russian diminutive of Anna/Anne.
Anjali Anjali (Devanagari : अञ्जली; अंजली) is a Sanskrit word that means "divine offering". It is not only a given name, but also the name given to the greeting between Hindus, Buddhists and other religions on the Indian Continent: hands folded together.
Anjana Anjana (Sanskrit: अंजना, Añjanā) was the mother of Hanuman, one of the heroes of the Indian epic Ramayana. According to one version of the story, Anjana was an APSARA named Punjikastala, who came to Earth and married Kesari, a monkey Chief. Vayu, God of the wind, felt in his travels over the Earth one day attracted by her. Hanuman brought forth by their community.
Ankita Ankita is a Sanskrit word meaning "marked". As with any adjective in the language, it can take on a nominal form. The word is often used as a name, typically because of its extended meaning as "one with auspicious signs"engraving". Further explanation:
Annaliese Annaliese is a German given name. It is a compound form of "Anna" and "Liese", a short form of "Elisabeth". Similar names are Annelise, Analiese, Annaliesa, Annalise, Annalisa and Analisa. The name is uncommon but since the 1990s it has become more popular. Many people believe it is Scandinavian because the Germans travelled to Scandinavia early in history. The meaning is "Graced with God's bounty".
Annamária Annamaria is a Hungarian female given name.
Anneke Anneke is a Dutch female given name and alternate form of Anna. Anneke may refer to:
Anneli Anneli is a female given name common in Finland, Sweden, Estonia and Norway. It originated as a variation of the name Anna. It is listed by the Finnish Population Register Centre as one of the top 10 most popular female given names ever.
Annelise Annelise or Annalise is a Danish female given name, which means "gift from God" or "grace of God". An alternative spelling is Anneliese. The name may refer to:
Annemieke Annemieke or Annemiek is a Dutch female given name. The name consists of the two parts of Anne and Mieke (as a variant of Maria). He can also separately be written as Anne Mieke. First name can be: Miek, Mieke, Haha_ttlnw, Miekje, Anne, Anna, and Annie's,.
Annetta Annetta is a Latinate variant of the feminine given name Anna. It is used in Italian-speaking countries. Notable people with the name include:
Annunziata Annunziata (from Latin annuntiare, announce, proclaim or annuntiator, heralds) is an Italian female given name. It is derived, as it is often in the Romance language, from one of the epithets of the Virgin Mary.
Anouch Amira is an Armenian female name, meaning "gentle, light and perfumed.
Ansgard Ansgarde is an old, German, female first name.
Antonella Antonella is an Italian female given name.
Antonietta Antonietta is an Italian given name, the feminine form of Antoine, meaning priceless, inestimable, highly praised. It is one of many given names traceable to the root Anthos, meaning flower.
Antonija Antonija is a Croatian and Slovenian variant of the feminine given name Antonia. Notable people with the name include:
Antra Antra is a Latvian feminine given name. The associated name day is July 8.
Anu Anu is a feminine given name and surname found independently in several cultures. The Indian name is a short form of Anuradha. The Finnish name is derived from the Karelian variant of the name Anna, which became popular in Finland after Kersti Bergroth's play Anu ja Mikko of 1932.
Anupama Anupama (in Devanagari : अनुपमा anupamā) is a Hindu feminine given name, whose meaning in Sanskrit is "incomparable", "excellent".
Anwar Anwar is the English transliteration of two Arabic names commonly used in the Arab world: the male given name ʼAnwar (أنور), meaning "luminous" or the female given name ʼAnwār (أنوار), meaning "a collection of lights". Both names may also be encountered as surnames, sometimes also with the accompanying "al" (the definite article "the") as in Al Anwar. Anwar is the English transliteration of two Arabic names commonly used in the Arab world: the male given name ʼAnwar (أنور), meaning "luminous" or the female given name ʼAnwār (أنوار), meaning "a collection of lights". Both names may also be encountered as surnames, sometimes also with the accompanying "al" (the definite article "the") as in Al Anwar.
Anzu Anzu is a Japanese given name for females. Anzu (杏子, あんず) means "Apricot" in Japanese. 杏子 can be another female name Kyoko or "apricot, child" as well.
Aoi Aoi (written: 葵,碧， 青井 or 蒼井) is both a feminine Japanese given name and a Japanese surname. Notable people with the name include:
Apollónia Apollonia is a Hungarian female given name.
Apoorva Apoorva or Apurva is the common English spelling of two related Indian given names: the feminine अपूर्वा apūrvā and the masculine अपूर्व apūrva. The masculine name is often spelled Apurv or Apoorv, as in many modern Indo-Aryan languages it is pronounced without the vowel at the end, for example in Hindi: [ɐpuːrv]. In Sanskrit apūrva and apūrvā are respectively the masculine and feminine forms of the adjective meaning 'unprecedented', 'new', 'extraordinary'.
Ardis Ardis is a female first name of Irish and Scottish origin. Its meaning is fervent. Notable people with the name include:
Areum Areum, also spelled Ah-reum, is a Korean given name. Unlike most Korean given names, which are composed of two single-syllable Sino-Korean morphemes each written with one hanja, Areum is an indigenous Korean name (고유어 이름), a single two-syllable word meaning "beauty". It is one of a number of such native names, along with others such as Ha-neul ("sky"), Seul-ki ("wisdom"), and Sora ("conch shell") that have become more popular in South Korea in recent decades.
Ariane Ariane is a derivative of Adrianus, or also a French form of Ariadne.
Arianne Ariane is a feminine given name. Ariane is a derivative of Adrianus, or also a French form of Ariadne.
Arja Arja is a Finnish female name and may refer to:
Arlette Arlette is a given name. Notable people with the name include:
Arpita Arpita is an Indian name for a female. In Hindi language, it means dedication to the divine (God). Some devote flowers to God, their service to the poor and even devote their complete lives to a cause or belief.
Arti Arti (also spelled Aarti, Aarthi or Arati) (in Devanagari: आरती ārtī) is a Hindu feminine given name, derived from the ritual with the same name. Notable people with the name include:
Arundhati Arundhati is an Indian given name. Notable people with the name include:
Arwa Arwa is an Arabic feminine name. It means "gracefulness and beauty", "satisfied", and “fresh". Arwa: name means abundance and good appearance, even watering sufficiency, revealed smooth and lightness and agility and fullness as well as good looks and pomp, name indicating softness and lightness and agility and fullness and pomp. Feminine Arabic name is the Sheep Mountain, female caribou, mountain goat/deer, cursed the girl Belle with a beautiful appearance.
Arzu Arzu is a feminine Turkish given name, it may refer to:
Asako Asako (written: 麻子, 朝子, 亜少子, あさ子 or あさこ in hiragana) is a feminine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Asami Asami (あさみ, アサミ?) is a feminine Japanese given name which can also be used as a surname.
Ashraqat Ashraqat is an Arabic originally Ottomanes feminine name meaning "dawned." It came into use in Egypt as a popular name for newborn girls because of a character on a soap opera that aired there in the late 1990s.
Aslaug Aslaug is a Norwegian feminine given name, derived from Old Norse prefix áss-, meaning "god", and suffix -laug, possible meaning "betrothed woman". The Swedish cognate is Aslög; the Danish cognate is Asløg. Aslaug is uncommon as a surname. People with the name Aslaug include:
Aslı Aslı is a Turkish female given name. It is derived from the Turkish noun Aslı whose meanings include first one, original, ace, primordial, genuine, original, origin, origination, extraction, foundation, gist, groundwork, provenance, root stock, fountain head. It is used as a nickname for the heroine in the 16th century Turkic tale "Kerem ile Aslı" after the hero asks her ""Why do you want me to leave you? What is the essence of your wish?” (“Aslı” means “essence”).
Asma Asma is a feminine given name in the Arab world and Muslim-majority countries.
Astrid Astrid, Æstriðr, Aestrith, Ástríður, Estrid, or variants is a given name of Old Norse origin.
Astrithr Astrithr is a female name meaning 'goddess'. It is a North Germanic name that has been translated to Astrid.
Asuka Asuka is both a Japanese surname and a feminine or masculine Japanese given name. It is also the name of an era in Japanese history, the Asuka Jidai (飛鳥時代), which was in turn named after the Indian buddhist emperor Ashoka.
Asumi Asumi is a feminine Japanese given name and a surname. Notable people with the name include:
Atikah Atikah or Atiqah is a feminine given name which is used in the Arab world and in Muslim majority countries.
Atsuko Atsuko (アツコ, あつこ?) is a feminine Japanese given name.
Atsumi Atsumi (written: 渥美 or 敦美) is both a Japanese surname and a feminine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Aude Aude is a French name is feminine, celebrated on November 18.
Audrey Audrey /ˈɔːdri/ is an English feminine given name. It is the Anglo-Norman form of the Anglo-Saxon name Æðelþryð, composed of the elements æðel "noble" and þryð "strength". The Anglo-Norman form of the name was applied to Saint Audrey (d. 679), also known by the historical form of her name as Saint Æthelthryth. The same name also survived into the modern period in its Anglo-Saxon form, as Etheldred, e.g. Etheldred Benett (1776–1845).
Ausma Ausma is a Latvian given name, borne by over 4000 individuals in Latvia. Its name day is June 26.
Austėja Austėja is a feminine Lithuanian given name derived from the name of an ancient Lithuanian bee goddess. It was the sixth most popular name given to baby girls born in Lithuania in 2005.
Austra Austra is a Latvian feminine given name. The associated name day is March 5.
Ava Ava is a feminine given name in the English and in other languages. Its recent popularity is ultimately due to a number of celebrity babies of the 1990s, who were ultimately named after American actress Ava Gardner (who had died in 1990).
Aya Aya is a feminine given name with multiple meanings in different languages. Aya (あや, アヤ) is a common female Japanese given name meaning "design", "colorful" or "beautiful". Aya is also a Arabic feminine name written as آية meaning "wonderful", "amazing", "miracle" or "verse" (of the Holy Quran)
Ayaka Ayaka (あやか, アヤカ?) is a common feminine Japanese given name.
Ayako Ayako (あやこ, アヤコ?) is a common feminine Japanese given name. Ayako can be written using different kanji characters and can mean, e.g.:
Ayame Ayame is a feminine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Ayami Ayami (written: 文美, 彩未 or あやみ in hiragana) is a feminine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Ayane Ayane is the romanization of a feminine Japanese given name. Literally translated it means "colorful sound".
Ayano Ayano (written: 彩乃, 綾乃, 亜弥乃 or 綾野) is both a feminine Japanese given name and a surname. Notable people with the name include:
Ayşegül Ayşegül is a Turkish given name for females. The name is derived from "Ayşe," the Turkish form for the Arabic name Aisha, meaning "she who lives," plus "Gül," a Turkish word meaning "smile"or "rose."
Ayşenur Ayşenur is a Turkish feminine given name, and may refer to:
Ayça Ayça is a common feminine Turkish given name. "Ayça" derives from "Ay". In Turkish, "Ay" means "Moon" and "Ayça" means the "Crescent".
Aybüke Aybüke is a common feminine Turkish given name.The name has two meanings one is "a (queen) woman as beautiful as the moon" or "a (queen) woman who has a face as beautiful as the moon" or "Queen of Moon, it indirectly means very beautiful girl". People named Aybüke include:
Aybike Aybike is a common Turkish given name. The name is produced by using two Turkish words: Ay and Bike. In Turkish, "Ay" means "Moon" and "Bike" (an accented version of Büke) means "Queen" and/or "Woman". Therefore, it means "a (queen) woman as beautiful as the moon" or "a (queen) woman who has a face as beautiful as the moon"
Ayda Aida is a Turkish name. It is a plant that grows on riverside.
Aydan Aydan (pronounced [ˈajdan]) is a Turkish and Azerbaijani feminine given name and surname. It literally means "from the moon" ("ay": moon, and -dan is a suffix meaning "from"). Figuratively, it means made of the moon or the one that comes from the moon.
Ayeshma Ayeshma, also spelled Aishma (Sinhalese: අයෙශ්මා / A-yesh-mah) is a feminine given name that derives from the South Asian region. It stands for The Lady Who Brings The Light. Specifically it's known to be a common variant spelling in countries with a high population of Buddhists and Sikhs like Sri Lanka, India and Bangladesh. Note that "Ayesha" and "Ayeshma" have nothing in common, as "Ayesha" is a name that originates from the Middle Eastern region.
Ayfer Ayfer is a Turkish given name for females. People named Ayfer include:
Aygül Aygül is a common feminine Turkish given name, meaning moon rose in Turkish.
Ayindri Ayindri is one of many names of the Hindu goddess Durga. Maa Durga is worshipped in a festival in Kolkata, India, during the Sharad month of the Hindu calendar (generally September–October) every year.
Ayla Ayla is a common feminine given name in Turkish. In that language, it means "halo of light around the moon". Less commonly, it is also a name in other languages.
Aylin Pronunciation: EYE-lin (Like: Eileen or Aileen)
Aynur Aynur is a Turkish given name for females. As it is derived from the Turkish words "ay" and "nur", it's literally meaning is moonlight. People named Aynur include:
Aysel Aysel is a common feminine Turkish given name popular in Turkey, Azerbaijan and Iranian Azerbaijan. In Turkish, "Aysel" means "moon stream".
Aysu Aysu is a common feminine Turkish given name. The name is produced by using two Turkish words: Ay and Su. In Turkish, "Ay" means "Moon" and "Su" means "Water". Therefore, it means "clear/lucid as moon and water".
Aysun Aysun (pronounced [ˈajsun]) is a common female Turkish given name. In Turkish, "Aysun" means "(a person) whose face is as beautiful as the moon".
Ayten Ayten is a Turkish given name for females. People named Ayten include:
Ayuka Ayuka (あゆか?) is a feminine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Ayumi Ayumi (あゆみ, アユミ?) is a feminine Japanese given name. It is rarely used as a surname.
Şafak Şafak (Turkish for "Dawn, Dawn") is a predominantly male, but also female Turkish first name and surname of Arabic origin. Outside of the Turkish language, the non-Turkish spelling of s occurs sporadically.
Şaziye Şaziye is a Turkish given name for females. People named Şaziye include:
Þóra Thora is an Icelandic and altnordischer female name.
Þórunn Þórunn is an Icelandic female name. A Norwegian equivalent of the name is Thorunn; other Norwegian forms are Torunn and Torun.
Şükran Şükran is a Turkish given name. Notable people with the name include:
Şebnem Şebnem also spelled as Shabnam is a Turkish name (from Persian: شبنم Shabnam) meaning dew. It is very popular in Iran, Turkey, and Azerbaijan. Şebnem may refer to:
Şen Şen is a Turkish female and male first name and family name meaning "happy, cheerful, funny".
Şenay Şenay is a feminine Turkish given name. Notable people with the name include:
Azhar Azhar (Arabic: اظہر aẓhar) is an Arabic male or female name that means Shining, Luminous, Brilliant or Clear.
Şiir Şiir is a Turkish female given name of Arabic origin meaning "Poetry".
Şirin Şirin is a Turkish form of the name Sherine. Notable people with the name include:
Azra Azra is a given name. Notable people with the name include:
Azumi Azumi can be either a Japanese given name or surname.
Azusa Azusa (梓, あずさ) is a Japanese feminine given name, literally meaning Japanese Cherry Birch (Betula grossa), among other senses (other trees, and objects made from this wood). Notable people with the name include:
Azza Azza is a female name of Persian and Arabic origin, size and reputation means in Arabic, means love and tenderness. This name is given rarely, some female personalities. His male is Izz-Eddine.
İdil İdil is a feminine Turkish and Somali given name. It means Volga in Turkic languages. These two names have nothing in common more than they are spelled alike. Somali name "Idil" means "Perfect or Complete" in Somali. It is a typical Somali girl name. People named İdil include:
İlkay İlkay is a Turkish female and male given name. Translated, it means the "new moon" or "the new moon".
İlknur İlknur is a Turkish female given name of Turkish and Arabic origin with the meaning of "first light".
İnan İnan is a Turkish name. It is used as both given name and surname. In the Turkish context the given name Inan is a product of an onomastic-hygiene movement initiated following the formation of the Turkish Republic to replace Arabic name Emin with which it shares common meaning, ‘to believe.’ The other Turkish given name which has the same meaning and was derived as a result of the same process is Inal.
İnci A Turkish female given name meaning "Pearl" occurs as a family name is İnci.
İpek İpek is a common feminine Turkish given name. In Turkish, "İpek" means "Silk".
İrem IREM is a Turkish female given name of Arabic origin meaning "Garden in the sky".
İsenbike İsenbike is a common Turkish given name. It comprises İsen and Büke (origin of Bike). In Turkish, "İsen" means "wise" and "Büke" means "queen" and "woman". Thus making it "Wise Queen". In Bashir and Tatar language "Isen" means "living", "live", "alive" and "Bike" means "woman", "lady".
İzel İzel is a rare feminine Turkish given name. It is a masculine name among the jews in Turkey, correlates with the name Israel. In Nahuatl, Izel means "only one", "unique".
İzel Çeliköz İzel Acevedo or short İzel (* April 29, 1969 in Yalova, Turkey) is a Turkish pop singer.
Živilė Živilė is a female given name of Lithuania origin that may refer to:
Žydrūnė Žydrūnė is a Lithuanian feminine name, derived from žydras (' blue '). The male form is Žydrūnas.
Ülkü Ülkü is predominantly feminine given name meaning "The ideal" a Turkish. Dennis may occur as the family name.
Ülker Ülker is a Turkish male and (mostly) female first name and family name. In astronomy, Ülker is the name given to the seven sisters in Turkish.
Ümmühan Frank is a Turkish female given name of Arabic and Turkish origin.
Ünlü A Turkish female and male first name and family name meaning is "known, famous" Ünlü.
Ünsal ACC is a Turkish female and (mostly) male first name and family name.
Ölmez Acharya is a Turkish male and female first name and family name meaning "immortal, imperishable".
Önal Abubakar is a Turkish male and female first name and family name.
Öner Abubakar is a Turkish male and female first name and family name.
Öz Acharya (Turkish for "self, essence, substance"; as an adjective: "true, real, pure") is a Turkish female given name and family name. Many more Turkish names are shown with the element of Acharya or derivative.
Özay Acharya is a Turkish name for male and female. The first name is composed of the words Acharya (true, real or pure) and ay (Moon) together and has the meaning as the Moon is in its essence. First name occurs in both men and women in the same ratio as well as family name.
Özbek Acharya is a Turkish male and female name, which occurs as a family name. Acharya means a "strong, bold, fearless", on the other hand Usbeke after the Turkish name dictionary. The people name of the Uzbeks derives itself again from the proper name of a person, namely by Uzbek Khan (Turkish: Ozbek Han), a ruler of the Golden Horde.
Özdal Abubakari is a Turkish male and female first name and family name Dennis formed from the Turkish elements, and dal.
Çağla Çağla is a Turkish given name for females originating from the word 'Çağlayan' which is a description of the way water flows in a waterfall (ie - full with life and energy). Çağla means the action of that flowing water. The name also means unripe almonds, which is a delicacy in Turkey. The male equivalent of the name is Çağlar.
Çağlar Çağlar is a Turkish given name for males(mostly) and females and a surname. It may refer to:
Çağrı Daniel [t͡ʃaːɾɯ] (Turkish for "prompt, invitation; Call, call") is a Turkish female and male name, which is also a family name.
Çakır Adams is a Turkish male and female name, meaning "bluish", as well as a family name.
Çalışkan Acer (Turkish: "industrious") is a Turkish female and male given name which is also a family name. The form of Acer occurs only as a surname.
Çınar Çınar (Turkish for "Plane") is a Turkish female and male given name of Persian origin, as well as a family name. Cameron is no Turkish spelling of the name.
Çiğdem Çiğdem is a common feminine Turkish given name. In Turkish, "Çiğdem" means "Crocus", "Colchicum", and/or "Meadow Saffron".
Çiçek Çiçek (Turkish for "flower", "Flower") is a Turkish female given name and family name.
Åshild Åshild is a Norwegian female given name from Old Norse Áshildr (áss = god, hildr = battle).
Édelmire Noble mire is a female given name of Germanic origin (German: noble mire; in Spanish: Edelmira) made by adal (elegant) and Mar (famous, known). However, it was maskulinisierten by the time: in Spain we find some Edelmiro.
Élise Élise, Elise or Elize is a feminine given name of French origin.
Élodie Élodie is a French feminine given name, a variant of Alodia, possibly a Gothic name with elements Ala "other, foreign"(?) and od "wealth, heritage". The given name was popularized via veneration of Saint Alodia, a 9th-century martyr.
Évangéline Evangeline is a French feminine given name of Greek Evaggelia and may appoint several designations. It consists of the prefix ev (good, good) and the word Aggelia (= new) with the French suffix - INE. The name means "Good news".
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