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.
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.
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.
Amandine Amandine is a French feminine given name, a diminutive for Amanda.
Anabelle Anabelle is a feminine given name, and may refer to:
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.
Angèle Angèle is a given name. Notable people with the name include:
Arlette Arlette is a given name. Notable people with the name include:
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).
Alissa Alissa is a female given name, which derives from Abedhan, an old French short form of the name Adelheid or Alice.
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.
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.).
Amélie Amélie is a French feminine given name, ultimately derived from the Germanic name Amalia.
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.
Aude Aude is a French name is feminine, celebrated on November 18.
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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