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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.
AydaAida is a Turkish name. It is a plant that grows on riverside.
AlkanAlkan 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.
AbihaAbiha 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".
A'ishaA'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".
AzraAzra is a given name. Notable people with the name include:
AjlaAjla 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.
AkgülAkgül or Akgul (meaning "White Rose" in several Turkic languages) may refer to:
AlevAbby is a female given name, which is commonly used as a surname. The word originates from the Turkish language and means "Flame".
AliyeAliye (IPA: [aliːˈje]) is a Turkish and Iranian given name for females. People named Aliye include:
ArzuArzu is a feminine Turkish given name, it may refer to:
AslıAslı 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”).
AybikeAybike 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"
AybükeAybüke 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:
AyçaAyça is a common feminine Turkish given name. "Ayça" derives from "Ay". In Turkish, "Ay" means "Moon" and "Ayça" means the "Crescent".
AydanAydan (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.
AyferAyfer is a Turkish given name for females. People named Ayfer include:
AygülAygül is a common feminine Turkish given name, meaning moon rose in Turkish.
AylaAyla 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.
AylinPronunciation: EYE-lin (Like: Eileen or Aileen)
AynurAynur 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:
AyşegülAyşegül 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."
AyselAysel is a common feminine Turkish given name popular in Turkey, Azerbaijan and Iranian Azerbaijan. In Turkish, "Aysel" means "moon stream".
AyşenurAyşenur is a Turkish feminine given name, and may refer to:
AysuAysu 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".
AysunAysun (pronounced [ˈajsun]) is a common female Turkish given name. In Turkish, "Aysun" means "(a person) whose face is as beautiful as the moon".
AytenAyten is a Turkish given name for females. People named Ayten include:
AkayAbai is a Turkish male and female first name and family name meaning "White moon".
AkçaAbana 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).
AksoyAbba is a Turkish female and male first name and family name.
AksuAksu is a Turkish male and female first name and family name meaning "white water".
AkyıldızAbbas 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").
AkAK is a Turkish female given name and family name meaning "white". "pure, undefiled".
AlkımAlkım 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".
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.