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First Name Directory - Starting with A




This site is dedicated to maintaining a database of first names from all over the world. We are still working to add all meanings to the names and sort them by gender, ethic and other behavior.

Most names come from the European and Arab area, especially italian, spanish, french and german firstnames.


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.
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.
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".
Amalia
Amalia is a female given name. It is a cross-cultural name found all over the world.
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.
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.
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.
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)).
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".
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).
Aline
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.
Édith
Adelgund
Adelgunde is a feminine given name. The name is composed of old high German adal "take out, noble; Descent"disposition and Paula"fight".
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.
Ansgard
Ansgarde is an old, German, female first name.





In the data base are, apart from modern and traditional first names also American, Arab, Germans, English, French, Greek, Hebrew, Italian, Latin, Dutch, Northern, Russian, Scandinavian, Slavian, Spanish, and Swedish first names.


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