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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.
AbeerAbeer (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.
AliyaAliya (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".
AlyaAlya is a common female name. Alya's origin is Old Greek, Germanic, Slavonic, Hebrew and Arabic.
AmiraAmira (also spelled Ameerah or Ameera) (Arabic: أميرة) is an Arabic & Hebrew female given name. Its meaning is "Rich/Princess"
ArwaArwa 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.
AshraqatAshraqat 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.
AsmaAsma is a feminine given name in the Arab world and Muslim-majority countries.
AtikahAtikah or Atiqah is a feminine given name which is used in the Arab world and in Muslim majority countries.
A'ischaA' A'ishah (Arabic basanth, ʿĀʾiša DMG) is a female given name.
AlisarChetan is a female given name, which comes from the Arabic-speaking world, and means as much as "the cheerful one" or "the gentle".
AmanaAmana 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.
AzzaAzza 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.
AnwarAnwar 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.
AfetAfet is a Turkish female given name. Although Afet literally means "disaster", it's commonly used to refer to a beautiful woman.
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.
Note: With an international list of names it can occur that some first names are identical to label names. Hereby we point out that all used marks are property of their respective owners.