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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.


Aad
Aadolf
Aadu
Aage
Aage is a given name. Notable people with the name include:
Aaku
Aale
Aapo
Aapo is a Finnish given name derived from Abraham. Notable people with the name include:
Aarne
Aarne as a surname may refer to:
Aaron
Aarón
Aarón is the Spanish form of the Biblical name Aharon.
Aart
Aart is a Dutch rendering of the name Arthur. It is cognate with similar names in a variety of languages, such as Art and Artúur (Old Irish), Arth (Welsh) and Artur (many Germanic and Slavic languages). Notable people with the name include:
Aatos
Aatos is a Finnish male given name.
Abain
Abain is a masculine given name.
Abar
Abar is a masculine given name.
Abbad
Abbad is an Islamic name. People with this name include: Abbad is an Islamic name. People with this name include:
Abbas
Abbas (Abbass, Arabic: عباس ‎‎means "lion" in Arabic The name traces back to Al-‘Abbas ibn ‘Abd al-Muttalib (an uncle of Muhammad) and Abbas ibn Ali, a son of Ali ibn Abi Talib, who participated in the battle of Karbala alongside his half-brother Hussain ibn Ali. Abbas ibn Ali is revered by Shia Muslims, some of whom are named Abbas in remembrance and tribute to him. There is an Arabian tribe of the same name, the Banu Abbas.
Abd al-Aziz
Abd al-Aziz (Arabic: عبد العزيز‎‎, DMG: ʿAbd al-ʿAzīz), frequently also transliterated Abdul Aziz, is a male Muslim given name and in modern usage, surname. It is built from the Arabic words Abd, al- and Aziz. The name means "servant of the Almighty", Al-Azīz being one of the names of God in the Qur'an, which give rise to the Muslim theophoric names.
Abd al-Malik
Abd al-Malik is an Arabic male first or last name. There are two forms in several variants of transliteration:
Abd al-Rahman
Abd al-Rahman or Abd ar-Rahman (Arabic: عبد الرحمن‎‎ or occasionally عبد الرحمان; DMG ʿAbd ar-Raḥman) is a male Muslim given name, and in modern usage, surname. It is built from the Arabic words Abd, al- and Rahman. The name means "servant of the most merciful", ar-Rahman being one of the names of God in the Qur'an, which give rise to the Muslim theophoric names.
Abd al-Uzza
Abd al-Uzza is a theophoric Arabic name that means servant of Al-‘Uzzá, one of the pre-Islamic Arabian divinities. Abd al-Uzza is a theophoric Arabic name that means servant of Al-‘Uzzá, one of the pre-Islamic Arabian divinities.
Abd Manaf
Abd Manaf is a theophoric Arabic name that means "servant of Manaf", Manaf being one of the pre-Islamic polytheistic gods. In modern usage the form Abdul Manaf is also found. Abd Manaf is a theophoric Arabic name that means "servant of Manaf", Manaf being one of the pre-Islamic polytheistic gods. In modern usage the form Abdul Manaf is also found.
Abd Rabbo
Abd Rabbo (Arabic: عبد ربه ‎‎ is a male Arabic given name and surname. Notable bearers of the name include: Abd Rabbo (Arabic: عبد ربه ‎‎ is a male Arabic given name and surname. Notable bearers of the name include:
Abd ul-Latif
The name Abd-UL-Latif, Abdellatif or far (Arabic: عبد اللطيف 'Abdu-l-Latif, dialectal' Abd ' al-Latif: servant of the subtle (God)) is or in particular grew through:
Abda
Abdallah
Abdallah (also Abd-Allah or Abdullah; Arabic: عبد الله, DMG ʿAbd Allāh) is a male Arabic name, meaning ' Carle or 'Servant of God'. The name is used throughout the Islamic world. Men who convert to Islam, often add Abdallah her name.
Abdel
Abdel is a masculine given name.
Abdel Fattah
Abdel Fattah (Arabic: عبد الفتاح ‎‎) is a Muslim male given name, and in modern usage, surname. It is built from the Arabic words Abd, al- and Fattah. The name means "servant of the Conqueror", Al-Fattāh being one of the names of God in the Qur'an, which give rise to the Muslim theophoric names.[1][2] Abdel Fattah (Arabic: عبد الفتاح ‎‎) is a Muslim male given name, and in modern usage, surname. It is built from the Arabic words Abd, al- and Fattah. The name means "servant of the Conqueror", Al-Fattāh being one of the names of God in the Qur'an, which give rise to the Muslim theophoric names.[1][2]
Abdel Nour
Abdel Nour (Arabic: عبد النور ‎‎) is a male given name and, in modern usage, surname. The name is used by Muslims and also by Coptic Orthodox Christians of Egypt and Orthodox Christians in Lebanon. It is built from the Arabic words Abd, al- and Nur, and means "servant of the Light", An-Nūr being one of the names of God in the Qur'an, which give rise to the Muslim theophoric names.[1][2] Abdel Nour (Arabic: عبد النور ‎‎) is a male given name and, in modern usage, surname. The name is used by Muslims and also by Coptic Orthodox Christians of Egypt and Orthodox Christians in Lebanon. It is built from the Arabic words Abd, al- and Nur, and means "servant of the Light", An-Nūr being one of the names of God in the Qur'an, which give rise to the Muslim theophoric names.[1][2]
Abdelhak
Abdelhak (عبد الحق DMG Abd al-Ḥaqq) is a male given name of Arabic origin.
Abdelhamid
Abdelhamid, also Abdel Hamid (Arabic: عبد الحميد, DMG Abd al-Ḥamīd), is a male name of Arabic origin, which occurs as a family name.
Abdelkader
Abdel Kader or Abdel-Kader (Arabic: عبد القادر, ʿAbdu ' l-qādir) is an Arabic male given name. The name means "Servant of the Almighty". The form of Abdel Kader is common especially in the Maghreb. In the form of Abdulkadir, the name in Turkey is known as were in Afghanistan, Pakistan and India.
Abdelkarim
Abdelkarim (Arabic: عبد الكريم DMG Abd al-Karīm) is a masculine given name of Arabic origin.
Abderrahim
Abderrahim (Arabic عبد الرحيم) is a masculine given name. Translated it means servant of the most merciful; Since al-Rahim is one of the 99 names of Allah in Islam, Aberrahim is a so-called theophoren name.
Abdi
Abdilahi is a male name. It is a given name with many origins in many countries including Somalia. Among others, one version has Arabic as origin, while another is of Biblical origin. Abdilahi is a male name. It is a given name with many origins in many countries including Somalia. Among others, one version has Arabic as origin, while another is of Biblical origin.
Abdi
Abdolreza
Abdolreza (also transliterated as Abdulredha, Abdulreza, or Abd ol Reza, Arabic: عبد الرضا‎‎) is a masculine Arabic given name composed of Abdol and Reza, meaning servant of the contented. It is especially popular in Iran.
Abdou
Abdou is a West African given name which is also in the Arabic-speaking world. The name is an Africanized form of the Arabic name Abdullah.
Abdoulaye
Abdoulaye is a West African given name, which may occur as a family name. The Arabic form of the name is Abdullah or Abdullah.
Abdu
Abdu (also spelled Abdo, Abdoh, Abdou, or Abduh, Arabic: عبده‎‎ or عبدو) is a masculine Arabic given name. It is the nickname for Abdul… and can also be used as male given name in Arabic language. Abdu (also spelled Abdo, Abdoh, Abdou, or Abduh, Arabic: عبده‎‎ or عبدو) is a masculine Arabic given name. It is the nickname for Abdul… and can also be used as male given name in Arabic language.
Abdul
Abdul (also transliterated as Abdal, Abdel, Abdil, Abdol, Abdool, or Abdoul, Arabic: عبد ال‎‎, ʿAbd al-) is the most frequent transliteration of the combination of the Arabic word Abd (عبد, meaning "servant") and the definite prefix al / el (ال, meaning "the"). Abdul (also transliterated as Abdal, Abdel, Abdil, Abdol, Abdool, or Abdoul, Arabic: عبد ال‎‎, ʿAbd al-) is the most frequent transliteration of the combination of the Arabic word Abd (عبد, meaning "servant") and the definite prefix al / el (ال, meaning "the").
Abdul Ahad
Abdul Ahad (Arabic: عبد الاحد ‎‎) is an Arabic male given name. It is built from the Arabic words Abd, al- and Ahad. The name means "servant of the only One", Al-Ahad being one of the names of God for Arabic-speaking Christians as well as for Muslims. It is listed in the Qur'an, which give rise to the Muslim theophoric names.[1][2] Abdul Ahad (Arabic: عبد الاحد ‎‎) is an Arabic male given name. It is built from the Arabic words Abd, al- and Ahad. The name means "servant of the only One", Al-Ahad being one of the names of God for Arabic-speaking Christians as well as for Muslims. It is listed in the Qur'an, which give rise to the Muslim theophoric names.[1][2]
Abdul Ali
Abdul Ali (Arabic: عبد العالي‎‎) is a male Muslim given name. It is built from the Arabic words Abd, al- and Ali. The name means "servant of the most High", Al-'Aliyy being one of the names of God in the Qur'an, which give rise to the Muslim theophoric names.
Abdul Alim
Abdul Alim, also transliterated Abdul Aleem, (Arabic: عبد العليم‎‎) is a male Muslim given name. It is built from the Arabic words Abd, al- and Alim. The name means "servant of the All-knowing", Al-'Alīm being one of the names of God in the Qur'an, which give rise to the Muslim theophoric names.[1][2] Abdul Alim, also transliterated Abdul Aleem, (Arabic: عبد العليم‎‎) is a male Muslim given name. It is built from the Arabic words Abd, al- and Alim. The name means "servant of the All-knowing", Al-'Alīm being one of the names of God in the Qur'an, which give rise to the Muslim theophoric names.[1][2]
Abdul Azim
Abdul Azim (Arabic: عبد العظيم‎‎) is a male Muslim given name. It is built from the Arabic words Abd, al- and Azim. The name means "servant of the Mighty", Al-'Azīm being one of the names of God in the Qur'an, which give rise to the Muslim theophoric names.[1][2] Abdul Azim (Arabic: عبد العظيم‎‎) is a male Muslim given name. It is built from the Arabic words Abd, al- and Azim. The name means "servant of the Mighty", Al-'Azīm being one of the names of God in the Qur'an, which give rise to the Muslim theophoric names.[1][2]
Abdul Baqi
Abdul Baqi (Arabic: عبد الباقى ‎‎) is a male Muslim given name. It is built from the Arabic words Abd, al- and Baqi. The name means "servant of the Everlasting", Al-Bāqi being one of the names of God in the Qur'an, which give rise to the Muslim theophoric names.
Abdul Bari
Abdul Bari (Arabic: عبد الباري‎‎) is a male given name using the words Abd, al- and Bari, the name means Servant of the Creator. The name is subject to variable spacing, spelling, and hyphenation. Abdul Bari (Arabic: عبد الباري‎‎) is a male given name using the words Abd, al- and Bari, the name means Servant of the Creator. The name is subject to variable spacing, spelling, and hyphenation.
Abdul Basir
Abdul Basir (Arabic: عبد البصير‎‎) is a male Muslim given name. It is built from the Arabic words Abd, al-, and Basir. The name means "servant of the All-seeing", Al-Basīr being one of the names of God in the Qur'an, which give rise to the Muslim theophoric names.[1][2] Abdul Basir (Arabic: عبد البصير‎‎) is a male Muslim given name. It is built from the Arabic words Abd, al-, and Basir. The name means "servant of the All-seeing", Al-Basīr being one of the names of God in the Qur'an, which give rise to the Muslim theophoric names.[1][2]
Abdul Basit
Abdul Basit (Arabic: عبد الباسط‎‎) is a male Muslim given name. It is built from the Arabic words Abd, al- and Basit. The name means "servant of the Expander", Al-Bāsit being one of the names of God in the Qur'an, which give rise to the Muslim theophoric names.[1][2] Abdul Basit (Arabic: عبد الباسط‎‎) is a male Muslim given name. It is built from the Arabic words Abd, al- and Basit. The name means "servant of the Expander", Al-Bāsit being one of the names of God in the Qur'an, which give rise to the Muslim theophoric names.[1][2]
Abdul Ghaffar
Abdul Ghaffar (Arabic: عبد الغفار‎‎) and Abdul Ghafoor (Arabic: عبد الغفور‎‎) are two related male Muslim given names, and, in modern usage, surnames. They are built from the Arabic words Abd, al- and either Ghaffar or Ghafoor respectively. Both names mean "servant of the All-forgiving", Al-Ghaffār and Al-Ghafūr being two of the names of God in the Qur'an, which give rise to the Muslim theophoric names.[1][2] Abdul Ghaffar (Arabic: عبد الغفار‎‎) and Abdul Ghafoor (Arabic: عبد الغفور‎‎) are two related male Muslim given names, and, in modern usage, surnames. They are built from the Arabic words Abd, al- and either Ghaffar or Ghafoor respectively. Both names mean "servant of the All-forgiving", Al-Ghaffār and Al-Ghafūr being two of the names of God in the Qur'an, which give rise to the Muslim theophoric names.[1][2]


Abdul Ghani
Abdul Ghani (Arabic: عبد الغني ‎‎) is a male Muslim given name, and in modern usage, surname. It is built from the Arabic words Abd, al- and Ghani. The name means "servant of the All-sufficient", Al-Ghaniyy being one of the names of God in the Qur'an, which give rise to the Muslim theophoric names.[1][2] Abdul Ghani (Arabic: عبد الغني ‎‎) is a male Muslim given name, and in modern usage, surname. It is built from the Arabic words Abd, al- and Ghani. The name means "servant of the All-sufficient", Al-Ghaniyy being one of the names of God in the Qur'an, which give rise to the Muslim theophoric names.[1][2]
Abdul Hadi
Abdul Hadi (Arabic: عبد الهادي‎‎) is a Muslim male given name, and in modern usage, surname. It is built from the Arabic words Abd, al- and Hadi. The name means "servant of the Guide", Al-Hādi being one of the names of God in the Qur'an, which give rise to the Muslim theophoric names.[1][2] Abdul Hadi (Arabic: عبد الهادي‎‎) is a Muslim male given name, and in modern usage, surname. It is built from the Arabic words Abd, al- and Hadi. The name means "servant of the Guide", Al-Hādi being one of the names of God in the Qur'an, which give rise to the Muslim theophoric names.[1][2]
Abdul Hafiz
Abdul Hafiz or Abdul Hafeez (Arabic: عبد الحفيظ ‎‎) is a Muslim male given name, and in modern usage, surname. It is built from the Arabic words Abd, al- and Hafiz. The name means "servant of the Guardian", Al-Hafīz being one of the names of God in the Qur'an, which give rise to the Muslim theophoric names.[1][2] Abdul Hafiz or Abdul Hafeez (Arabic: عبد الحفيظ ‎‎) is a Muslim male given name, and in modern usage, surname. It is built from the Arabic words Abd, al- and Hafiz. The name means "servant of the Guardian", Al-Hafīz being one of the names of God in the Qur'an, which give rise to the Muslim theophoric names.[1][2]
Abdul Hai
Abdul Hai (Arabic: عبد الحى ‎‎) is a Muslim male given name, and in modern usage, surname. It is built from the Arabic words Abd, al- and Hayy. The name means "servant of the Living God", Al-Hayy being one of the names of God in the Qur'an, which give rise to the Muslim theophoric names.[1][2] Abdul Hai (Arabic: عبد الحى ‎‎) is a Muslim male given name, and in modern usage, surname. It is built from the Arabic words Abd, al- and Hayy. The name means "servant of the Living God", Al-Hayy being one of the names of God in the Qur'an, which give rise to the Muslim theophoric names.[1][2]
Abdul Hakim
Abdul Hakim (Arabic: عبد الحكيم ‎‎) is a Muslim male given name, and in modern usage, first name or surname. It is built from the Arabic words Abd, al- and Hakim. The name means "servant of the All-wise", Al-Hakīm being one of the names of God in the Qur'an, which give rise to the Muslim theophoric names.[1] Abdul Hakim (Arabic: عبد الحكيم ‎‎) is a Muslim male given name, and in modern usage, first name or surname. It is built from the Arabic words Abd, al- and Hakim. The name means "servant of the All-wise", Al-Hakīm being one of the names of God in the Qur'an, which give rise to the Muslim theophoric names.[1]
Abdul Halim
Abdul Halim (Arabic: عبد الحليم‎‎) is a male Muslim given name, and in modern usage, surname. It is built from the Arabic words Abd, al- and Halim. The name means "servant of the all-clement", Al-Halīm being one of the names of God in the Qur'an, which give rise to the Muslim theophoric names.
Abdul Hamid
Abdul Hamid (Arabic: عبد الحميد ‎‎) is a Muslim male given name, and in modern usage, surname. It is built from the Arabic words Abd, al- and Ḥamid. The name means "servant of the All-laudable", al-Ḥamīd being one of the names of God in the Qur'an, which give rise to the Muslim theophoric names.
Abdul Haq
Abdul Haq (Arabic: عبد الحق ‎‎) is a Muslim male given name, and in modern usage, surname. It is built from the Arabic words Abd, al- and Haqq. The name means "servant of the Truth", Al-Haqq being one of the names of God in the Qur'an, which give rise to the Muslim theophoric names.
Abdul Hussein
Abdul Hussein (Arabic: عبد الحسين‎‎) (also transliterated as Abd al-Husayn, Abdolhossein, or Abdul Husayn) is a masculine Muslim given name, the name is built from the Arabic words Abd, al- and Hussein, and means Servant of Hussein. It is commonly associated with Shi'ites, who especially revere Hussein ibn Ali. The name is forbidden for Sunnis, who may not use any names implying enslavement to anything besides God.
Abdul Jabbar
Abdul Jabbar (Arabic: عبد الجبار ‎‎) is a Muslim male given name, and in modern usage, surname. It is built from the Arabic words Abd, al- and Jabbar. The name means "servant of the All-compeller", Al-Jabbar being one of the names of God in the Qur'an, which give rise to the Muslim theophoric names.[1][2] Abdul Jabbar (Arabic: عبد الجبار ‎‎) is a Muslim male given name, and in modern usage, surname. It is built from the Arabic words Abd, al- and Jabbar. The name means "servant of the All-compeller", Al-Jabbar being one of the names of God in the Qur'an, which give rise to the Muslim theophoric names.[1][2]
Abdul Jalil
Abdul Jalil (Arabic: عبد الجليل ‎‎) is a Muslim male given name, also used by Christians, and in modern usage, surname. It is built from the Arabic words Abd, al- and Jalil. The name means "servant of the Exalted", Al-Jalīl being one of the names of God in the Qur'an, which give rise to the Muslim theophoric names.[1][2] Abdul Jalil (Arabic: عبد الجليل ‎‎) is a Muslim male given name, also used by Christians, and in modern usage, surname. It is built from the Arabic words Abd, al- and Jalil. The name means "servant of the Exalted", Al-Jalīl being one of the names of God in the Qur'an, which give rise to the Muslim theophoric names.[1][2]
Abdul Jamil
Abdul Jamil (Arabic: عبد الجميل ‎‎) (also spelled Abdülcemil) is a Muslim given name of Arabic origin, made from the elements Abd, al- and Jamil, meaning servant of the beautiful one.
Abdul Karim
Abdul Karim (Arabic: عبد الكريم‎‎) is a Muslim male given name and, in modern usage, surname. It is built from the Arabic words Abd, al- and Karim. The name means "servant of the most Generous", Al-Karīm being one of the names of God in the Qur'an, which give rise to the Muslim theophoric names.
Abdul Khaliq
Abdul Khaliq (Arabic: عبد الخالق ‎‎) is a Muslim male given name and, in modern usage, surname. It is built from the Arabic words Abd, al- and Khaliq. The name means "servant of the Creator", Al-Khāliq being one of the names of God in the Qur'an, which give rise to the Muslim theophoric names.[1][2] Abdul Khaliq (Arabic: عبد الخالق ‎‎) is a Muslim male given name and, in modern usage, surname. It is built from the Arabic words Abd, al- and Khaliq. The name means "servant of the Creator", Al-Khāliq being one of the names of God in the Qur'an, which give rise to the Muslim theophoric names.[1][2]
Abdul Latif
Abdul Latif (Arabic: عبد اللطيف‎‎) is a Muslim male given name and, in modern usage, surname. It is built from the Arabic words Abd, al- and Latif. The name means "servant of the All-gentle", Al-Latīf being one of the names of God in the Qur'an, which give rise to the Muslim theophoric names.
Abdul Majid
Abdul Majid (Arabic: عبد المجيد ‎‎) is a Muslim male given name and, in modern usage, surname. It is built from the Arabic words Abd, al- and Majid. The name means "servant of the All-glorious", Al-Majīd being one of the names of God in the Qur'an, which give rise to the Muslim theophoric names.
Abdul Malik
Abdul Malik (Arabic: عبد الملك‎‎) is an Arabic (Muslim or Christian) male given name and, in modern usage, surname. It is built from the Arabic words Abd, al- and Malik. The name means "servant of the King", in the Christian instance 'King' meaning 'King of Kings' as in Jesus Christ and in Islam,Al-Malik being one of the names of God in the Qur'an, which give rise to the Muslim theophoric names.
Abdul Mannan
Abdul Mannan (Arabic: عبد المنان ‎‎) is a Muslim male given name and, in modern usage, surname. It is built from the Arabic words Abd, al- and Mannan. The name means "servant of the Benevolent", and is a Muslim theophoric name.[1][2] Abdul Mannan (Arabic: عبد المنان ‎‎) is a Muslim male given name and, in modern usage, surname. It is built from the Arabic words Abd, al- and Mannan. The name means "servant of the Benevolent", and is a Muslim theophoric name.[1][2]
Abdul Masih
Abdul Masih (Arabic: عبد المسيح ‎‎) is a male given name used by Arabic-speaking Christians. It is built from the Arabic words Abd, al- and Masih, meaning "servant of the Messiah", and is thus a theophoric name. Abdul Masih (Arabic: عبد المسيح ‎‎) is a male given name used by Arabic-speaking Christians. It is built from the Arabic words Abd, al- and Masih, meaning "servant of the Messiah", and is thus a theophoric name.
Abdul Monem
Abdul Monem (Arabic: عبد المنعم) is a masculine given theophoric Arabic name that means "servant of the Most Benefactor or Granter (God)".[1] The name is also transliterated as 'Abdulmon'em, Abdulmonim, Abdulmunim, Abd al-Monem, Abdul Monem and others. Abdul Monem (Arabic: عبد المنعم) is a masculine given theophoric Arabic name that means "servant of the Most Benefactor or Granter (God)".[1] The name is also transliterated as 'Abdulmon'em, Abdulmonim, Abdulmunim, Abd al-Monem, Abdul Monem and others.
Abdul Qadir
Abdul Qadir, Abd al-Qadir or Abdulkadir (Arabic: عبد القادر‎‎) is a male Muslim given name. It is formed from the Arabic words Abd, al- and Qadir. The name means "servant of the powerful", Al-Qādir being one of the names of God in the Qur'an, which give rise to the Muslim theophoric names.
Abdul Qayyum
Abdul Qayyum (Arabic: عبد القيوم ‎‎) is a male Muslim given name. It is built from the Arabic words Abd, al- and Qayyum. The name means "servant of the eternal", Al-Qayyūm being one of the names of God in the Qur'an, which give rise to the Muslim theophoric names.[1][2] Abdul Qayyum (Arabic: عبد القيوم ‎‎) is a male Muslim given name. It is built from the Arabic words Abd, al- and Qayyum. The name means "servant of the eternal", Al-Qayyūm being one of the names of God in the Qur'an, which give rise to the Muslim theophoric names.[1][2]
Abdul Quddus
Abdul Quddus (Arabic: عبد القدوس‎‎) is a male Muslim given name. It is built from the Arabic words Abd, al- and Quddus. The name means "Servant of the All-holy", Al-Quddus being one of the names of God in the Qur'an, which give rise to the Muslim theophoric names.[1][2] Abdul Quddus (Arabic: عبد القدوس‎‎) is a male Muslim given name. It is built from the Arabic words Abd, al- and Quddus. The name means "Servant of the All-holy", Al-Quddus being one of the names of God in the Qur'an, which give rise to the Muslim theophoric names.[1][2]
Abdul Rashid
Abdul Rashid (Arabic: عبد الرشيد‎‎) is a male Muslim given name, and in modern usage, surname. It is built from the Arabic words Abd, al- and Rashid. The name means "servant of the right-minded", Ar-Rashīd being one of the names of God in the Qur'an, which give rise to the Muslim theophoric names.[1][2] Abdul Rashid (Arabic: عبد الرشيد‎‎) is a male Muslim given name, and in modern usage, surname. It is built from the Arabic words Abd, al- and Rashid. The name means "servant of the right-minded", Ar-Rashīd being one of the names of God in the Qur'an, which give rise to the Muslim theophoric names.[1][2]
Abdul Samad
Abdul Samad (Arabic: عبد الصمد‎‎) is a male Muslim given name, built on the Arabic words Abd, al- and Samad. The name means "servant of the Everlasting", al-Samad being one of the names of God in the Qur'an, which give rise to the Muslim theophoric names.[1][2] Abdul Samad (Arabic: عبد الصمد‎‎) is a male Muslim given name, built on the Arabic words Abd, al- and Samad. The name means "servant of the Everlasting", al-Samad being one of the names of God in the Qur'an, which give rise to the Muslim theophoric names.[1][2]
Abdul Sattar
Abdul Sattar (Arabic: عبد الستار ‎‎) is a male Muslim given name, built on the Arabic words Abd, al- and Sattar. The name means "servant of the Veiler (of sins)".[1][2] Abdul Sattar (Arabic: عبد الستار ‎‎) is a male Muslim given name, built on the Arabic words Abd, al- and Sattar. The name means "servant of the Veiler (of sins)".[1][2]
Abdul Wadud
Abdul Wadud is a male Muslim given name. It is built from the Arabic words Abd, al- and Wadud. The name means "servant of the all-loving", Al-Wadūd being one of the names of God in the Qur'an, which give rise to the Muslim theophoric names.[1][2] Alternative transliterations include Abdul Wadood, Abdel Wadoud and others, all subject to variable spacing and hyphenation. The name may refer to: Abdul Wadud is a male Muslim given name. It is built from the Arabic words Abd, al- and Wadud. The name means "servant of the all-loving", Al-Wadūd being one of the names of God in the Qur'an, which give rise to the Muslim theophoric names.[1][2] Alternative transliterations include Abdul Wadood, Abdel Wadoud and others, all subject to variable spacing and hyphenation. The name may refer to:
Abdul Wahhab
Abdul Wahab (Arabic: عبد الوهاب ‎‎) is a male Muslim given name, and in modern usage, surname. It is built from the Arabic words Abd, al- and Wahab. The name means "servant of the all-giver", Al-Wahāb being one of the names of God in the Qur'an, which give rise to the Muslim theophoric names.
Abdul Wahid
Abdul Wahid (Arabic: عبد الواحد ‎‎) is a male Muslim given name, and in modern usage, surname. It is built from the Arabic words Abd, al- and Wahid. The name means "servant of the One", Al-Wāhid being one of the names of God in the Qur'an, which give rise to the Muslim theophoric names.[1][2] Abdul Wahid (Arabic: عبد الواحد ‎‎) is a male Muslim given name, and in modern usage, surname. It is built from the Arabic words Abd, al- and Wahid. The name means "servant of the One", Al-Wāhid being one of the names of God in the Qur'an, which give rise to the Muslim theophoric names.[1][2]
Abdul Zahir
(Arabic: عبد الظاهر ‎‎) Abdul Zahir may refer to: (Arabic: عبد الظاهر ‎‎) Abdul Zahir may refer to:
Abdul Zahra
Abdul Zahra (Arabic: عبد الزهرة ‎‎) is a male Arabic given name. The name is built from the Arabic words Abd, al- and Zahra, and means Servant of Zahra. It is commonly associated with Shi'ites, who especially revere Fatimah Zahra. The name is forbidden for Sunnis, who may not use any names implying enslavement to anything besides God. Abdul Zahra (Arabic: عبد الزهرة ‎‎) is a male Arabic given name. The name is built from the Arabic words Abd, al- and Zahra, and means Servant of Zahra. It is commonly associated with Shi'ites, who especially revere Fatimah Zahra. The name is forbidden for Sunnis, who may not use any names implying enslavement to anything besides God.
Abdulkadir
Abdulkadir or something rare Abdülkadir is someone who creates about a Turkish male given name meaning. The name is Arabic origin meaning the servant of the Almighty. The name is this from Abdul, what servant of the... means and k (Arabic: Qadir), which in turn powerful means and is one of the 99 names of Allah, together. Thus the name Hema of the servants of the Almighty in particular, God servant or a servant of Allah in general means. A common and occurring mostly in Turkish short form of the name is k.
Abdülkerim
Abdülkerim is a Turkish male given name of Arabic origin, formed from the elements of Abd and one of the 99 names of God. Abdülkerim means "Servant of the Honorable". Another form of the name is Osama.
Abdullah
Abdullah or Abdallah is the primary transliteration of the Arabic given name, Arabic: عبد الله‎‎, built from the Arabic words Abd and Allah (Allah itself composed of Al- and Ilah). The first letter a in Al-Ilah in its native pronunciation is often unstressed and commonly transliterated by u, a stressed a is often used as well, although any vowel can also be used. It is one of many Arabic theophoric names, meaning servant of God or God's slave. The feminine counterpart of this name is Amatullah.
Abdur Rab
Abdur Rab (Arabic: عبد الرب ‎‎) is a male Muslim given name, and in modern usage, surname. It is built from the Arabic words Abd, al- and Rabb. The name means "servant of the Lord", a Muslim theophoric name.[1][2] Abdur Rab (Arabic: عبد الرب ‎‎) is a male Muslim given name, and in modern usage, surname. It is built from the Arabic words Abd, al- and Rabb. The name means "servant of the Lord", a Muslim theophoric name.[1][2]
Abdur Rahim
Abdur Rahim (Arabic: عبد الرحيم‎‎) is a male Muslim given name, and in modern usage, surname. It is built from the Arabic words Abd, al- and Rahim. The name means "servant of the most merciful", Ar-Rahim being one of the names of God in the Qur'an, which give rise to the Muslim theophoric names.[1][2] Abdur Rahim (Arabic: عبد الرحيم‎‎) is a male Muslim given name, and in modern usage, surname. It is built from the Arabic words Abd, al- and Rahim. The name means "servant of the most merciful", Ar-Rahim being one of the names of God in the Qur'an, which give rise to the Muslim theophoric names.[1][2]
Abdur Raqib
Abdur Raqib (Arabic: عبد الرقيب ‎‎) is a male Muslim given name. It is built from the Arabic words Abd, al- and Raqib. The name means "servant of the observer", Ar-Raqīb being one of the Names of God in the Qur'an, which give rise to the Muslim theophoric names.[1][2] Abdur Raqib (Arabic: عبد الرقيب ‎‎) is a male Muslim given name. It is built from the Arabic words Abd, al- and Raqib. The name means "servant of the observer", Ar-Raqīb being one of the Names of God in the Qur'an, which give rise to the Muslim theophoric names.[1][2]
Abdur Rauf
Abdur Rauf (Arabic: عبد الرؤوف ‎‎) is a male Muslim given name. It is built from the Arabic words Abd, al- and Rauf. The name means "servant of the Lenient One", Ar-Ra'ūf being one of the names of God in the Qur'an, which give rise to the Muslim theophoric names.[1][2] Abdur Rauf (Arabic: عبد الرؤوف ‎‎) is a male Muslim given name. It is built from the Arabic words Abd, al- and Rauf. The name means "servant of the Lenient One", Ar-Ra'ūf being one of the names of God in the Qur'an, which give rise to the Muslim theophoric names.[1][2]
Abdur Razzaq
Abdur Razzaq (Arabic: عبد الرزاق ‎‎) is a male Muslim given name, and in modern usage, surname. It is built from the Arabic words Abd, al- and Razzaq. The name means "servant of the all-provider", Ar-Razzāq being one of the names of God in the Qur'an, which give rise to the Muslim theophoric names.
Abdus Sabur
Abdus Sabur (Arabic: عبد الصبور ‎‎) is a male Muslim given name, built on the Arabic words Abd, al- and Sabur. The name means "servant of the Patient One", As-Sabur being one of the names of God in the Qur'an, which give rise to the Muslim theophoric names.[1][2] Abdus Sabur (Arabic: عبد الصبور ‎‎) is a male Muslim given name, built on the Arabic words Abd, al- and Sabur. The name means "servant of the Patient One", As-Sabur being one of the names of God in the Qur'an, which give rise to the Muslim theophoric names.[1][2]
Abdus Salam
Abdus Salam (Arabic: عبد السلام‎‎) is a male Muslim honorific or given name, built on the Arabic words Abd, al- and Salam. The name means "servant of the All-peaceable", as-Salam being one of the names of God in the Qur'an, which give rise to the Muslim theophoric names.[1][2] Abdus Salam (Arabic: عبد السلام‎‎) is a male Muslim honorific or given name, built on the Arabic words Abd, al- and Salam. The name means "servant of the All-peaceable", as-Salam being one of the names of God in the Qur'an, which give rise to the Muslim theophoric names.[1][2]
Abdus Shakur
Abdus Shakur (Arabic: عبد الشکور ‎‎) is a male Muslim given name, built on the Arabic words Abd, al- and Shakur. The name means "servant of the All-thankful", Ash-Shakūr being one of the names of God in the Qur'an, which give rise to the Muslim theophoric names.[1][2] Abdus Shakur (Arabic: عبد الشکور ‎‎) is a male Muslim given name, built on the Arabic words Abd, al- and Shakur. The name means "servant of the All-thankful", Ash-Shakūr being one of the names of God in the Qur'an, which give rise to the Muslim theophoric names.[1][2]
Abel
Abel is a biblical first name which may derive from the Hebrew Hebel, itself derived from hevel (breath or vapour), or from the Assyrian for son. In reference to the biblical story, Abel is usually linked with his brother, as Cain and Abel.
Abel
Abel is a male given name and family name. In the low German language area, Abel is a female given name as a short form of Apollonia.
Abel
Abelardo
Abelardo is a masculine given name. It is a Spanish, Italian and Portuguese form of the name Abelard. Abelardo may refer to:
Aberlin
Abhay
Abhay (from Sanskrit abhaya 'fearless') may refer to:
Abhinav
Abhinav (Devanagari: अभिनव abhinava) is a common Indian and Nepalese male given name. The Sanskrit word abhinava has the meanings "very young", "quite new", "fresh", "modern".
Abhishek
Abhishek (Devanagari: अभिषेक abhiśek) is a Hindu given name that has its roots in the Sanskrit word abhiśeka. It denotes a method of worship in Hinduism and Buddhism. [better source needed] The conceptual meaning is related to purification or cleansing, symbolized by the actual puja ritual.


Abid
Abid (Arabic: عابد ‎‎), also Abed, literally meaning worshipper, adorer, devout may be either a surname or given name.
Abid Ali
Abid Ali (Arabic: عبد علي ‎‎) is a masculine given name and surname. Abid Ali (Arabic: عبد علي ‎‎) is a masculine given name and surname.
Abidin
Abidin or Abdin is both an Arabic given name and surname, meaning "worshippers". Notable people with the name include:
Abo
Abo is an Arabic and Hebrew male name and a variant form of Abbas.[1] It is from Abbas that Abo takes its meaning of stern or somber father.[1] In Arabic, Abbas is a symbolic name referring to the lion, the king of beasts.[2] Abo is an Arabic and Hebrew male name and a variant form of Abbas.[1] It is from Abbas that Abo takes its meaning of stern or somber father.[1] In Arabic, Abbas is a symbolic name referring to the lion, the king of beasts.[2]
Abraham
Absbert
Absbert is a masculine given name.
Abu
Abu or ABU may refer to: Abu or ABU may refer to:
Abu Abdullah
Abu Abdullah (also transliterated as Abdallah, Arabic: ابو عبد الله‎‎) meaning father of Abdullah, is a given name and a common alias used by several people, it may refer to: Abu Abdullah (also transliterated as Abdallah, Arabic: ابو عبد الله‎‎) meaning father of Abdullah, is a given name and a common alias used by several people, it may refer to:
Abu al-Qasim
The name Abu al-Qasim (Arabic: أبو القاسم‎‎), meaning father of Qasim, is a kunya or attributive name of Islamic prophet Muhammad, describing him as father to his son Qasim ibn Muhammad. Since then the name has been used by the following: The name Abu al-Qasim (Arabic: أبو القاسم‎‎), meaning father of Qasim, is a kunya or attributive name of Islamic prophet Muhammad, describing him as father to his son Qasim ibn Muhammad. Since then the name has been used by the following:
Abu Bakr
Abu Hafs
Abu Hamza
Abu Hamza (Arabic: أبو حمزة‎‎) meaning father of Hamza, is a given name and a common alias used by several people, it may refer to: Abu Hamza (Arabic: أبو حمزة‎‎) meaning father of Hamza, is a given name and a common alias used by several people, it may refer to:
Abu'l-Fadl
Abu'l Faḍl (Arabic: ابوالفضل‎‎) is an Arabic male given name which also occurs in place-names. It means father of virtue. It can variously be transliterated as Abu'l-Fadl, Abu'l-Fazl, Abul Fazal etc. It is also used in Iran and Azerbaijan, usually in the form of Abolfazl, or Abulfaz. Abu'l Faḍl (Arabic: ابوالفضل‎‎) is an Arabic male given name which also occurs in place-names. It means father of virtue. It can variously be transliterated as Abu'l-Fadl, Abu'l-Fazl, Abul Fazal etc. It is also used in Iran and Azerbaijan, usually in the form of Abolfazl, or Abulfaz.
Acácio
Acácio is a Portuguese given name. Acácio is the Spanish form of the name. Achatius is a rare German form of the name.
Acamas
Acamas (Ἀκάμ-ας, -αντος; folk etymology: "unwearying") was a name attributed to several characters in Greek mythology. The following three all fought in the Trojan War, and only the first was not mentioned by Homer.
Achatius
Achille
Achille is a French and Italian given name. It may also refer to:
Achilles
Achilles is a male given name, from the Greek.
Achim
Achim is a male forename and a surname.
Achim
Achisch
Achot
Ashot or Ašot is a name that will be worn by members of different dynasties, Armenian and Georgian.
Adalbero
Adalbéron
Adalbert
Adalbert is a German masculine given name. The name is from the old high German word adal (noble disposition) and beraht/bereht (shiny, famous) together. A shortened form of the name is Albert.
Adalnot
Adalric
Adalward
Adam
Adamo
Adamo is both a masculine given name and a surname. Notable people with the name include:
Adamus
Adan
The name is spelled Adán in Spanish:
Adán
Adán is a Spanish given name and family name as Spanish form of Adam.
Adeel
Adeel (Arabic: عديل‎‎) is an oft-used Muslim male name in South Asia, and is related to the Arabic name Adel which means Justice. Adeel means someone who is just and can differentiate between right and wrong.
Adeem
Adeem is a male and female given name.[1][2] Adeem is a male and female given name.[1][2]
Adel
Adel (also transliterated as Adil, Arabic: عادل‎‎) is an Arabic male name that is derived from the Arabic word Adl, which means fairness and justice.It is commonly used in Muslim countries, and sometimes used by Coptic Christians throughout the Middle East.
Adélard
Adelbert
Adelin
Adelin is a masculine given name.
Adelmo
Adelmo is a masculine Italian given name. People named Adelmo include:
Adem
Adem (Ottoman Turkish: آدم‎, Ādem) is a masculine given name common in Turkey. Its popularity has grown in recent times in Turkey, with names such as Arda and Can.
Ademar
Ademar is a masculine Germanic name, ultimately from Audamar and as such of identical derivation as the German form Otmar. It was in use in medieval France, Latinized as Adamarus, and in modern times has been popular in French, Spanish and Portuguese-speaking countries. A feminine form Adamardis seems to have been in use from the 10th century, reduced to Aanord, Aenor by the 12th.
Adémar
Ademir
Ademir is a Brazilian common given name.
Aden
Aden (Somali: Aadan, Arabic: عدن‎‎) is an Arabic male name, used most commonly in Somalia. It can also be a surname. Aden (Somali: Aadan, Arabic: عدن‎‎) is an Arabic male name, used most commonly in Somalia. It can also be a surname.
Adesh
Adesh is a masculine given name. People named Adesh include:
Adham
'Adham (Arabic: ادهم‎‎)may refer to: is an Arabic male name meaning "black". 'Adham (Arabic: ادهم‎‎)may refer to: is an Arabic male name meaning "black".
Adhemar
Adhemar is both a given name and a surname. Notable people with the name include:
Adhémar
Adhemar is the Gallicised form of the Germanic "Ademar" consisting of "adal" noble meaning and "Mar" meaning famous. It is the French form of the Languedoc family name Azémar.
Adib
Adib (also spelled Adeeb) is both a given name and a surname. Notable people with the name include:


Adil
Adil (Arabic Tammy, ʿĀdil DMG) is an Arabic male given name (عدل, DMG ʿadl) is derived from the Arabic ADL for law, justice. The name occurs altogether in Islamic cultures, in Kurdish and Turkish, and has the meaning to someone who observed the laws, is just. The Turkish feminine form is Mary.
Adílio
Adílio is a Brazilian masculine given name.
Adílson
Adílson is a Portuguese-language given name.
Adir
Adir or ADIR may refer to: Adir or ADIR may refer to:
Adıvar
AA is a Turkish male first name and family name. The name means "he has made himself a name".
Adli
Adli or Adly is both a surname and a given name. Notable people with the name include: Adli or Adly is both a surname and a given name. Notable people with the name include:
Admir
Admir is a Bosnian and Albanian male given name, derived from the Latin admiror meaning "admire".
Adnan
Adnan (Arabic: عدنان‎‎, ʿAdnān) is a masculine name common in the Muslim World. Its eponymous bearer was Adnan, a legendary figure of both pre-Islamic and Islamic mythology. The etymological meaning of the name is settler, from a semitic root `dn; "to stay, abide".
Ado
Adolf
Adolf, also spelled Adolph and sometimes Latinised to Adolphus, is a given name used in German-speaking countries, in Scandinavia, in the Netherlands and Flanders and to a lesser extent in various Central European countries. Adolphus can also appear as a surname, as in John Adolphus, the English historian.
Adolfas
Adolfas is a given name. Notable people with the name include:
Adolfo
Ādolfs
Ādolfs is a Latvian masculine given name and may refer to:
Adolphe
Adolphus
Adomas
Adomas is a Lithuanian given name, a variant of the name Adam. Its feminine form is Adomė.
Adorján
John is a male given name and family name. He is the Hungarian version of the name Adrian.
Adriaan
Adriaan is the Dutch spelling of the given name Adrian.
Adriaen
Adrian
Adriano
Adriel
Adriel is a masculine given name.
Adrien
Statement is a Variant, Adrien is a French masculine given name and a family name as the French form of Adrian. The origin and meaning of the name see here. A feminine form of the given name is Adrienne.
Áed
Áed is a masculine given name.
Aelred
Aelred is a masculine given name.
Aernout
Aernout is a masculine Dutch given name. Notable people with the name include:
Afanassi
Afif
Afif (also transliterated as Afeef, Arabic: عفيف‎‎) is a masculine Arabic given name, it may refer to: Afif (also transliterated as Afeef, Arabic: عفيف‎‎) is a masculine Arabic given name, it may refer to:
Afonso
Afra
Afschar
The AAA (more also also: tribesmen, modern Turkish spelling: Afshar, Persian افشار DMG bibliographer) were a major tribe of the Oghuz, which in turn belong to the Turkic people.
Afshin
Afshin (Persian: افشین‎‎ / Afšīn; Turkish: Afşın or Afşin) is a common Persian, Turkish and Urdu "Afsheen"given name, which is a modern Persian word derived from Avestan. Historically, it has been the princely title of the rulers of Ošrūsana at the time of the Muslim conquest. The Afshins of Ošrūsana were an Iranian princedom in Central Asia of whom the later Abbasid general Afšin Ḵayḏar bin Kāvus is the most famous.
Åge
Åge is a masculine Norwegian given name. Notable people with the name include:
Agénor
Agénor is both a masculine French given name and a surname. Notable people with the name include:
Ager
Ager is a masculine given name.
Agesander
Agesander is a Greek male name.
Agesilaos
Agesilaus is a Greek male name.
Agesipolis
Agesipolis is a Greek male name. He was used mostly in ancient Sparta.
Ägidius
Ägidius (also Aegidius, Jiljí, Egidius or Egydius; Lithuanian Egidijus; Polish Idzi; many short forms such as: Egyd, Gidius, Gilius, Gilles, etc.) is a masculine given name.
Agim
Agim is an Albanian masculine given name with the meaning "dawn". People named Agim include:
Ägir
Agis
AGIS is a Greek male name.
Agnel
Agnel is a masculine given name.
Agnolo
Agnolo is an Italian masculine given name, ancient Tuscan form of Angelo. Angiolo is also another Tuscan variant of the same given name.
Agon
Agon is an Albanian male name, meaning "Dawn".
Agostino
Agostino is both a masculine Italian given name and an Italian surname. Notable people with the name include:
Ágoston
Ágoston is a Hungarian masculine first name.
Agrîn
Agrîn is a masculine given name.
Agrippa
Agustin
Agustín is a Spanish given name and sometimes a surname. It is related to Augustín.


Agustín
Agustín is a Spanish given name.
Ahad
Ahad is a Middle Eastern given forename primarily used by Muslims[1] (e.g. Ahad rezayan) and Jews (e.g. Ahad Ha'am). It is also used as a family name (surname) (e.g. Oli Ahad). Ahad is a Middle Eastern given forename primarily used by Muslims[1] (e.g. Ahad rezayan) and Jews (e.g. Ahad Ha'am). It is also used as a family name (surname) (e.g. Oli Ahad).
Aharon
Ahilan
Ahmad
Achmad, Achmat, Achmed, Achmet, Ahmat, Ahmet, Ahmadu, Amadou
Ahmed
Ahmed (Arabic أحمد DMG aḥmad 'he') is a variant of the name Ahmad a particular Arabic male given name and family name. The Turkish form of the name is Aaron.
Ahmed Tijani
Ahmed Tijani (Arabic: أحمد تيجاني بن عمر‎‎) is a male Muslim given name formed from the elements Ahmed and Tijani. Ahmed Tijani (Arabic: أحمد تيجاني بن عمر‎‎) is a male Muslim given name formed from the elements Ahmed and Tijani.
Ahmet
Ahmet is a Turkish, Albanian and Bosnian male given name as a variant of the Arabic name of Ahmad (or Ahmed).
Ahsan
Ahsan is a male name in Urdu and Persian, coming from the Arabic triconsonantal root Ḥ-S-N, also a the diminutive of Hassan which meanings "good", "handsome" or "beautiful". The name Ahsan means "The best of All". Ahsan is a male name in Urdu and Persian, coming from the Arabic triconsonantal root Ḥ-S-N, also a the diminutive of Hassan which meanings "good", "handsome" or "beautiful". The name Ahsan means "The best of All".
Aidan
Aidan, Aiden, Aedan or Aeden are the primary anglicisations of the Irish given name Aodhán and the Scottish Gaelic given name Aodhàn.
Aidas
AIDA is a Lithuanian male name (derived from a, ECHO).
Aigars
Aigars is a Latvian masculine given name and may refer to:
Aimable
Aiman
Aiman is an Arabic name.
Aimé
Aimeric
Aimeric is a masculine given name.
Aimo
Aimo Aymo is a Finnish first name man. Furthermore, Graham is a version of the name of the living in the 9th century bishop Haymo of Halberstadt.
Ainārs
Ainārs is a Latvian masculine given name and may refer to:
Aitor
Aivar
Aivaras
Aivaras is a Lithuanian masculine given name and may refer to:
Aivars
Ajay
Ajit
Ajit, variously spelled Ajith, Agith or Ajeet (Sanskrit: अजित ajita) is a common male given name. It is used in its various forms throughout India and also in Nepal, Bangladesh and Sri Lanka. A related name is Ajay.
Ajmal
Ajmal is a masculine given name. People named Ajmal include:
Akagündüz
Akagündüz is a Turkish given name and surname, which may refer to
Akai
Akbay
Akbay is a Turkish male first name and family name with the meaning "a honest rich man". The name is formed of elements ak (white, pure, undefiled) and bay (Mr) with the literal meaning "a white, i.e. stainless gentleman".
Akbulut
Abalos (Turkish for "white cloud") is a Turkish male first name and family name, formed from the elements ak (white) and bulut (cloud).
Akçam
Akçam is a Turkish male first name and family name ak formed from the Turkish elements, and çam.
Akdağ
Akdağ is a Turkish male first name and family name. The name ("White Mountain") stands for the snow-covered mountain peaks.
Akdemir
Akdemir is both a Turkish surname and a masculine Turkish given name. Notable people with the name include:
Åke
Åke is a masculine Swedish given name, possibly derived from the medieval Germanic name Anicho, derived from ano meaning "ancestor". In Sweden, May 8 is the Name day for Åke. There are variant spellings, including the Danish/Norwegian Åge or Aage. Åke is uncommon as a surname. People with the name Åke include:
Akeem
Akeem is a name of Arabic origin, being a variation of Hakeem, and commonly used in Africa and amongst the African diaspora. Persons with the name Akeem include: Akeem is a name of Arabic origin, being a variation of Hakeem, and commonly used in Africa and amongst the African diaspora. Persons with the name Akeem include:
Akgün
Akgün is a Turkish male first name and family name meaning "the happy day"; "a beautiful day".
Akhil
Akhil (in Devanagari: अखिल) is a Hindu male given name of Sanskrit origin, which means "complete", "whole". The equivalent female name is Akhila.
Akiba
Akif
Akif (also spelled Akef, Arabic: عاكف‎‎) is a masculine given name, it may refer to: one who sits in aitekaf (a sitting in last days of ramadan, done by Muslims to purify themselves). This name is mentioned in sura e Baqara (2nd sura of quran)
Akifumi
Akifumi (written: 哲郁, 昭文, 聡文, 彰文 or 章史) is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Akihiko
Akihiko is a Japanese given name, which may refer to any of the following people/fictional characters:
Akihiro
Akihiro is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Akihisa
Akihisa (written: 晃久, 昭久 or 明久) is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Akihito
Akihito (written: 明仁, 昭仁, 章仁, 暁人, 彰人, 昭人 or 章人) is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Akimasa
Akimasa (written: 彰正, 顕正 or 明正) is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Akimitsu
Akimitsu (written: 右光, 彬光, 昭光 or 顕光) is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Akın
Akın (pronounced [ˈakɯn]) is a Turkish name, meaning 'flood', 'stream', 'attack', and may refer to:
Akinobu
Akinobu (written 明信, 明伸, 昭展, 彰展 or 彰布) is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Akinori
Akinori (written: 聡徳, 昭徳, 昭典, 明徳, 明憲. 明訓, 明紀, 晃教, 晶則 or 彰規) is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Akio
Akio is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Akira
Akira is a beidgeschlechtlicher Japanese name, meaning shining or bright. It occurs more often in men than in women.


Akisada
Akisada (written: 秋定 or 顕定) is both a Japanese surname and a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Akishige
Akishige (written: 亜季重) is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Akito
Akito is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Akitoshi
Akitoshi (written: 彰敏, 彰俊, 秋敏 or 彰俊) is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Akitsugu
Akitsugu (written: 昭次) is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Akiyoshi
Akiyoshi (written: 秋吉, 穐吉, 昭良 or 昭義) is both a Japanese surname and a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Akiyuki
Akiyuki (written: 昭之, 昭如, 章之 or 晃志) is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Akkan
Abatai is a Turkish male first name and family name and means "unimpeachable sources" (literally: "Pure blood").
Akman
Abbas is a Turkish male first name and family name. The name means "beautiful, clean, white man" or "old man".
AKO
Ákos
Ákos is a Hungarian name. Today, it is mainly a masculine given name.
Akram
Akram (Arabic: أکرم ‎‎), is used as a given name and surname and is derived from the Arabic root word Karam (Arabic: كرم‎‎) meaning generosity. In Arabic-language, it means "most generous". Akram closely related to Karim and Kareem, in Arabic-language meaning generous. Akram (Arabic: أکرم ‎‎), is used as a given name and surname and is derived from the Arabic root word Karam (Arabic: كرم‎‎) meaning generosity. In Arabic-language, it means "most generous". Akram closely related to Karim and Kareem, in Arabic-language meaning generous.
Aksel
Aksel is a Scandinavian masculine given name, a variant of Axel.
Akseli
Akseli is a Finnish male given name. He is the Finnish version of the name Axel.
Aktaş
Aktas (Turkish: ak the "white stone", formed from the elements and taş) is a Turkish male first name and family name.
Aktürk
Abbas is a Turkish male first name and family name meaning "bright Turk". Figuratively, it means "noble, sincere and flawless Turk".
Aku
Aku is a given name, a Finnish version of the name Augustus and may refer to:
Akyel
Abbas is a Turkish male first name and family name.
Akyol
Akyol is a Turkish male first name and family name. Abbas means 'Right way' (تو. "White way").
Akyüz
Abbas is a Turkish male first name and family name. Is the name of a sincere person, owns the Namus and Şeref.
Alaa
Alaa (Arabic: آلاء‎‎) is an Arabic female given name mentioned in the qura'an in surah al rahman that means blessings. Alaa (Arabic: علاء‎‎) is an Arabic male given name that means Highness, it may be short for the name Aladdin. Alaa (Arabic: آلاء‎‎) is an Arabic female given name mentioned in the qura'an in surah al rahman that means blessings. Alaa (Arabic: علاء‎‎) is an Arabic male given name that means Highness, it may be short for the name Aladdin.
Aladár
Aladar is a Hungarian masculine first name.
Aladdin
Aladdin (Arabic: علاء الدين‎‎, ʻAlāʼ ad-Dīn) (various spellings and transliterations) is a male given name which means "nobility of faith" or "nobility of religion". It is one of a large class of names ending with ad-Din. The name may refer to:
Alain
Alain is also widely used as a personal name and is the French form of Alan but also exists in English-speaking countries:
Alain
Alajos
Alajos is a Hungarian masculine first name.
Alan
Alasdair
Alasdair is a Scottish Gaelic given name. The name is a Gaelic form of Alexander which has long been a popular name in Scotland. The personal name Alasdair is often Anglicised as Alistair, Alastair, and Alaster.
Alassane
Alassane is a masculine given name.
Alastair
Alban
Albano
Albayrak
Abbasi is a Turkish given name meaning "the flag of Turkey" al (red) formed from the elements, and bayrak (flag, flag), which occurs more frequently as a surname.
Albéric
Alberich
Alberico
Alberico is both a masculine Italian given name and a surname. Notable people with the name include:
Albert
Albertas
Alberta (derived from Albert) is a Lithuanian male given name.
Albertet
Albertet is the Occitan diminutive of Albert (given name). It is commonly associated with two troubadours:
Alberto
Alberto is the Romance version of the Latinized form (Albertus) of Germanic Albert. It is used in Italian, Portuguese and Spanish. The diminutive is Albertito in Spanish or Albertico in some parts of Latin America, and Albertino in Italian. It derives from the name Adalberto which in turn derives from Athala (meaning noble) and Berth (meaning bright).
Alberts
Alberts is an English language patronymic surname, from the given name Albert prefix, of Germanic origin, meaning "noble-bright". Alberts is also a Latvian given name. People with the name Alberts or its variant spellings include:
Albin
Albinas
A Lithuanian given name is derived from Albin, Albinas.
Albrecht
Albrecht is a German masculine given name. The name is used as a family name.
Albwin
Alcide
Alcide is a Roman masculine given name, it is derived from the ancient Greek name of Alcaeus (Άλκαῖος).
Alcuin
Alcuin is a masculine given name.
Aldemir
Aldemir may be both a given name and surname. Notable people with the name include:
Aldemir
Abbey is a Turkish male first name and family name. Abbey called "Iron in the heated State" in Turkish.
Aldhelm


Aldin
Aldin is an English surname, derived from the Anglo-Saxon elements eald, meaning "old", and wine, meaning "friend".
Aldis
Aldis is a predominantly Latvian masculine given name and may refer to:
Aldo
Aldo comes from the Latin altus and means "the tall one."
Aled
Aleix
Alejandro
Alejandro is the Spanish form of the name Alexander.
Alekos
Alekos (Greek: Αλέκος), a diminutive of Alexander, may refer to:
Aleksa
Aleksa (Serbian Cyrillic: Алекса) is a Serbian masculine given name derived from Greek Alexios (Αλέξιος), meaning "Defender", usually a diminutive of Aleksandar ("Alexander").
Aleksandar
Alexander is a male given name, form of the ancient Greek is Ἀλέξανδρος Aléxandros. The name means something like "he defends the (foreign) men" or "Protector".
Aleksandras
A Lithuanian given name is derived from Alexander, Aleksandras.
Aleksandrs
Aleksas
A Lithuanian given name is derived from Alex, Aleksas. The feminine form is Aleksė.
Alemdaroğlu
Alemdaroğlu is a Turkish originally patronymic surname meaning "Son of the Abbott". Abbott in turn is a Turkish male given name of Arabic and Persian origin meaning "the flag bearer".
Alen
Alen is a Bosniak and Croatian given name and may refer to:
Alén
Alén is both a given name and a surname. Notable people of the name include the following:
Alen
Alen is a masculine given name, and occurs mainly in the States of former Yugoslavia on (the great) and regardless of the Armenian and Assyrian.
Alessandro
Alessandro is both a given name and a surname, the Italian form of the name Alexander. Notable people with the name include:
Alexander
Alexander (/ˈæləɡzˈændər/, /ˈæləɡzˈɑːndər/) is a common male first name, and less common surname derived from the Greek "Αλέξανδρος" (Aléxandros). The most famous is Alexander the Great, who created one of the largest empires in ancient history.
Alexandre
Alexandre is the French, Portuguese, and Galician form of the masculine given name Alexander. Notable people with the name include:
Alexandru
Alexei
Alexis
Alexis
Alexius
Alexius is the Latinized form of the given name Alexios (Greek: Αλέξιος, polytonic Ἀλέξιος, "defender", cf. Alexander), especially common in the later Byzantine Empire. Variants include Alexis with the Russian Aleksey and its Ukrainian counterpart Oleksa/Oleksiy deriving from this form. The female form is Alexia (Greek: Αλεξία) and its variants such as Alessia (which male form is Alessio) in Italian.
Alf
The male name Alf or Alv is derived from álf, the Old Norse for "elf". It is also the shortened form of various Germanic names with álf as their first part, notably Alfred, Alfonso, or more directly from Ataulf (English: Adolph).
Alfio
Alfio is an Italian male given name.
Alfons
Alfonsas
Alfonsas is a Lithuanian given name, derived from Alfonso.
Alfonso
Alfonz
Katie is a Hungarian masculine first name.
Alfred
Alfred is an English given name, one of the few Anglo-Saxon names which saw continued use until modern times. Its Old English form is Ælfræd (Old English pronunciation: [ˈælfˌræːd]), composed of the elements ælf "elf" and ræd "counsel". It is also related to the name Alf of Old Norse.
Alfréd
Alfred is a Hungarian masculine first name.
Alfredas
Alfredas is a Lithuanian masculine given name and may refer to:
Alfredo
Alfredo is a cognate of the Germanic name Alfred and a common Italian, Galician, Portuguese and Spanish language personal name that may refer to:
Algernon
Algernon is an English given name for males.
Algimantas
Algimantas is a Lithuanian masculine given name and may refer to:
Algirdas
Algirdas is a Lithuanian male give name, derived from the Lithuanian terms al ("each, every") and gandas ("news, rumor"). Variants of the name include Algis and Elgirdas. Algirdas may refer to:
Algirdas
Algirdas is a common Lithuanian male given name.
Algis
Algis is a male given name which may refer to:
Ali
Ali (Arabic: علي‎‎, ʿAlī) is a male Arabic name derived from the Arabic root ʕ-l-w, which literally means "high" or "elevated". It is a common name in Arab countries and the rest of the Muslim world. Islamic traditional use of the name goes back to the Islamic leader Ali ibn Abi Talib but the name is identical in form and meaning to the Hebrew: עֵלִי ‎‎, Eli, which goes back to the High Priest Eli in the biblical Books of Samuel.
Ali Naqi
Ali Naqi (علی نقی), also spelled as Ali Naghi, may refer to the following: Ali Naqi (علی نقی), also spelled as Ali Naghi, may refer to the following:
Ali Reza
Ali Reza [æliː ɾeˈzɒː] (also transliterated as Ali Rizah, Ali Rıza [ɑliː ɾɯˈzɑ], or Alireza, Arabic: علي رضا‎‎) is a masculine given name. Ali al-Ridha was the seventh descendant of the Islamic prophet Muhammad and therefore the name and its variant transliterations are common throughout the Muslim world. It is a common name among notable Iranians, Arabs and Turks.
Alican
Abdallah is a Turkish male given name of Arabic origin meaning "exalted friend", which is also a family name.
Alieu
Alieu is a given name for West Africa, including Gambia. Possibly, the origin of the name goes back to the Fulani.
Alim
Alim (ʿAlīm عليم, also anglicized as Aleem) is one of the names of God in Islam, meaning "All-Knowing". Also used as a personal name, as short form of Abdul Alim, "Servant of the All-Knowing": Alim (ʿAlīm عليم, also anglicized as Aleem) is one of the names of God in Islam, meaning "All-Knowing". Also used as a personal name, as short form of Abdul Alim, "Servant of the All-Knowing":
Aliocha
Alioune
Alioune is a masculine given name.
Alis
Alişan
Alişan is an uncommon Turkish male first name.
Alistair
Alistair is a masculine given name. It is a Anglicised form of the Scottish Gaelic Alasdair. The latter is a Scottish Gaelic form of the English Alexander. Another Anglicisation of Alasdair is Allaster.


Alister
Alix
Alketas
Alketas (Greek Αλκέτας, Latin. Alcetes) was a Greek, male personal name in ancient times.
Álmos
Álmos is a Hungarian masculine first name.
Alois
Aloys (Latinized Aloysius) is an Old Occitan form of the name Louis. Modern variants include Alois (Czech, German), Aloïs (French), Alajos (Hungarian), Aloisio (Italian, Spanish, Portuguese) and Alojzy (Polish).
Aloïs
Alonso
Alonso is a Spanish name of Germanic origin that is a Galician-Portuguese variant of Adalfuns.
Alp
Alp is a common masculine Turkish given name. In Turkish, "Alp" means "Stouthearted", "Brave", "Chivalrous", "Daredevil", "Valorous", and/or "Gallant".
Alpár
Alpár is both a Hungarian surname and a masculine Hungarian given name. Notable people with the name include:
Álpár
ABDI is a Hungarian masculine first name.
Alparslan
Alpaslan
Alpay
Alpay is a masculine Turkish given name, and a surname. It derives from "alp". In Turkish, "alp" means "stouthearted", "brave", "chivalrous", "daredevil", "valorous", and/or "gallant".
Alper
Alper is a common masculine Turkish given name. It is composed of the two words alp and er. In Turkish, "Alp" means "Stouthearted", "Brave", "Chivalrous", "Daredevil", "Valorous", and/or "Gallant". The second, er means soldier or male. Additionally Alper is used as an adjective for an ancient legendary Turkish commander; Alp Er Tunga who lived around 300 B.C.
Alphons
Alphons (Latinized Alphonsus, Adelphonsus, Adefonsus) is a male given name recorded from the 8th century (Alfonso I of Asturias, r. 739-757) in the Christian successor states of the Visigothic kingdom in the Iberian peninsula. In the later medieval period it became a standard name in the Hispanic and Portuguese royal families.
Alphonse
Alphonse is the French variant of the given name Alphons.
Altin
Altin is a given name. Notable people with the name include:
Alton
Alton or Alto in German language is a masculine given name.
Altuğ
Altuğ is a Turkish masculine given name and a Turkish surname.
Álvaro
Alvaro is a surname of Spanish origin.
Alvin
Alvin is an English, French, German, Dutch, Scandinavian, Polish, and Slovene male given name.
Alvydas
Alvydas is a Lithuanian masculine given name and may refer to:
Alwin
Alwin is a German and Dutch form of Alvin and may refer to:
Amadé
Amadé is a Hungarian masculine first name.
Amadeus
Amadeus is a masculine given name.
Amael
Amael is a masculine given name.
Aman
Aman Ali
Aman Ali (Arabic: أمان علي‎‎) is a male Muslim given name formed from the elements Aman and Ali. It thus means "security, safety; peace; shelter, protection. Aman Ali (Arabic: أمان علي‎‎) is a male Muslim given name formed from the elements Aman and Ali. It thus means "security, safety; peace; shelter, protection.
Amand
Amand is a masculine given name.
Amanullah
Amanullah or Amanallah is a male Muslim given name (Arabic: أمان الله ‎‎) meaning the trust or protection of God. Amanullah or Amanallah is a male Muslim given name (Arabic: أمان الله ‎‎) meaning the trust or protection of God.
Amaury
Amaury is a masculine given name.
Ambica
Ambica is a given name. Notable people with the name include:
Amé
Soul is a former name of the middle ages, popularized by the two Saints of the 7th century with the same name (see below chapter of Christian Saints). Common as a first name from 1600 until 1680, in the Vosges mountains under the influence of Saint Amé Remiremont, Savoy and Switzerland under the influence of Saint Amé Zion, in the 17th century in the Vosges and in the 20th century, soul fell into disrepair in the Switzerland. But it will be a patronymic, which persists even today, especially in the East of France.
Amedeo
Amedeo is an Italian given name meaning "lover of God", "loves God", or more correctly "for the love of God" and cognate to the Latin name Amadeus and the Spanish and Portuguese Amadeo.
Amer
Amer (Arabic: عامر‎‎, pronounced [ˈaːmer]) is an Arabic male name.
Amet
Amin
Amin (in Arabic أمين) is a male Arabic, Persian and Indian given name that means "faithful, trustworthy". Alternatives include Amine, Ameen and Amien. Amin (in Arabic أمين) is a male Arabic, Persian and Indian given name that means "faithful, trustworthy". Alternatives include Amine, Ameen and Amien.
Amin al-Din
Amin al-Din, also transcribed Amin ad-Din and Amin ud-Din, is an Arabic name meaning "Trustee of the Faith" may refer to: Amin al-Din, also transcribed Amin ad-Din and Amin ud-Din, is an Arabic name meaning "Trustee of the Faith" may refer to:
Amine
Amin is an Arabic male given name, which is written as: أمين. It means that one can be trusted. This is the same Semitic root as the liturgical Word amen from Hebrew. Because the solidarity of its etymological meaning, can arrange amine Saint Fidèle, where be feast day on October 27. [Citation needed]
Aminullah
Aminullah, also spelled Aminallah, Aminollah or Ameenullah (Arabic: امين الله ‎‎) is a male Muslim given name composed from the elements Amin and Allah. It may refer to Aminullah, also spelled Aminallah, Aminollah or Ameenullah (Arabic: امين الله ‎‎) is a male Muslim given name composed from the elements Amin and Allah. It may refer to
Amir
Amir (also spelled Ameer or Emir, Arabic: أمير‎‎, Turkish: Emir, Persian: امير‎‎, Hebrew: אמיר‎‎, pronounced [aːmˈiːr]) is a masculine name with three meanings, one is Arabic/Hebraic origin derived from the three letters AMR which means 'to give orders' or a "Prince". The title Emir in Arabic, which is essentially the same word as Amir, therefore means: "one who gives orders". It also means summit of a tree in Hebrew or a pile of harvested wheet (עמיר); and other one in Persian is pronounced in the same way but it has a different meaning, it consists of two parts; "A" which means "Un" and "mir" which is the root of the verb "Mordan مُرَدن" ( to die ), so Amir in Persian means the one who [his spirit and his memory] will never die.[citation needed]
Amit
Amit is a common male name, in India and Israel.
Amjad
Amjad (Persian: امجد ‎‎), is used as first and surname in Asia, Middle East and Latin America. Amjad (Persian: امجد ‎‎), is used as first and surname in Asia, Middle East and Latin America.
Ammar
Ammar (also spelled Amar; Arabic: عمّار‎‎, ʾAmmār) is an Arabic given name and Indian given name Notable persons with this name include:
Amory
Amory is both an English given name - derived from the Old German name Amalric via the French form Amaury - and a surname derived from it.
Amr
Amr (Arabic: عمرو‎‎) is an Arabic male name. Amr (Arabic: عمرو‎‎) is an Arabic male name.
Amund
Amund (Old Norse: Agmundr), is a Norse masculine given name. It derives from the Old Norse Agmundr meaning (respectful protector).
Anas
Anas is a masculine given name.
Anastasius
Anastasius or Anastasios (Greek: Αναστάσιος, Anastasios) is derived from the Greek ἀνάστασις (anastasis) meaning "resurrection". Its female form is Anastasia (Greek: Αναστασία) . A diminutive form of Anastasios is Tasos (Greek: Τάσος).
Anasztáz
Anasztaz is a Hungarian masculine first name.


Anatole
Anatole is a French male name, derived from the Greek name Ανατολιος Anatolius, meaning "sunrise." The Russian version of the name is Anatoly (also transliterated as Anatoliy and Anatoli). Other variants are Anatol and more rarely Anatolio.[citation needed]
Anatoly
Anatoly, Анатолий (Russian), is a common Russian and Ukrainian male name, derived from the Greek name Ανατολιος Anatolios, meaning "sunrise." Other common Russian transliterations are Anatoliy and Anatoli. The Ukrainian transliteration is Anatolii. The French version of the name is Anatole. Other variants are Anatol and more rarely Anatolio.
Anders
Anders is a name in Scandinavian languages and Fering North Frisian, the equivalent of the Greek Andreas ("manly") and the English Andrew.
Anderson Luís
Anderson Luís (Anderson Luiz) is a Portuguese given name, may refer to:
Andi
Andolin
András
András is a Hungarian masculine given name. It is a Hungarian form of Andrew and may refer to:
André
André - sometimes transliterated as Andre - is the French and Portuguese form of the name Andrew, and is now also used in the English-speaking world. It is a variation of the Greek name Andreas, a short form of any of various compound names derived from andr- 'man, warrior'. Cognate names are:
Andreas
Andreas (Greek: Ἀνδρέας) is a name usually given to males in Austria, Cyprus, Denmark, Brazil, United States, Armenia, Finland, Flanders, Germany, Greece, Norway, Sweden, Switzerland, and the Netherlands. The name derives from the Greek noun ἀνήρ anir – with genitive ἀνδρός andros –, which means "man" (i.e. male human being). See article on Andrew for more information. Also in regard to the name Andreas, it may be used in the feminine as Andrea, which is instead the main male form in Italy and the canton of Ticino in Switzerland.
Andrejs
Andrejs is a Latvian masculine given name. It is a cognate of the name Andrew and may refer to:
Andrey
Andrey or Andrei (in Cyrillic script: Андрей or Андрэй) is the Russian, Bulgarian, Romanian, Macedonian, Serbian, Finnish, Estonian or Belarusian form of Andrew. Notable people with the name include:
Andrija
Andrija (Serbo-Croatian pronunciation: [ǎndrija]; Serbian Cyrillic: Андрија) is the Serbo-Croatian variant of Greek Andreas (Andrew).
Andris
Andris is a Latvian masculine give name and may refer to:
Andrius
Andrius is a Lithuanian masculine given name. It is a cognate of the English language name Andrew. People with the name Andrius include:
Andriy
Andriy, Andrij, or Andrii is the Ukrainian form of a masculine given name. The name is equivalent of Andrew in the English language.
Andy
Andy is a masculine given name.
Angel
Angel [ˈeɪn.dʒəl] is a given name meaning "angel", or "messenger". In the English-speaking world Angel is used for both boys and girls.
Angelo
Angelo is an Italian masculine given name meaning "angel", or "messenger". Angelo is also an Italian surname that has many variations: Angeli (disambiguation), Angela (disambiguation), De Angelis, D'Angelo, Angelini, Angelino (disambiguation), Angelina (disambiguation), Angelucci, Angeloni, Angeletti (disambiguation).
Angus
Angus is a masculine given name in English. It is an Anglicised form of the Irish and Scottish Gaelic Aonghas, which is composed of Celtic elements meaning "one", and "choice". A variant spelling of the Scottish Gaelic name is Aonghus. The Irish form of the Scottish Gaelic name is Aengus. A pet form of the given name Angus is Angie, pronounced "an-ghee", which represents the Scottish Gaelic Angaidh. A short form of the given name Angus is Gus, which may be lengthened to Gussie. The feminine form of Angus is Angusina.
Aníbal
Aníbal is a Spanish or Portuguese male given name, similar to Hannibal.
Anicet
Anicet is a masculine given name.
Aniceto
Aniceto is a masculine given name.
Anil
Anil (Sanskrit: अनिल) is an Indian masculine given name originating in the name of the Vedic deity Anila. Notable person with this name include:
Anıl
Anıl is a Turkish masculine given name. Notable persons with the name include:
Aniruddha
Aniruddha or Anirudh (in Devanagari: अनिरुद्ध aniruddha) is an Indian masculine given name that derives from the mythological character Aniruddha. The meaning of the Sanskrit word is "unobstructed", "self-willed". It has been used as one of the names of Shiva.
Anis
Anis (Arabic: أنيس‎‎) is a masculine given name. The meaning of the name Anis is "companion", "genial" or "close friend".[1] Anis (Arabic: أنيس‎‎) is a masculine given name. The meaning of the name Anis is "companion", "genial" or "close friend".[1]
Anisur Rahman
Anisur Rahman (Arabic: الرحمن انیس‎‎) is a masculine Muslim given name, meaning companion of the Most Merciful. Notable bearers of the name include: Anisur Rahman (Arabic: الرحمن انیس‎‎) is a masculine Muslim given name, meaning companion of the Most Merciful. Notable bearers of the name include:
Anjem
Anjem is a male given name. Anjem is a male given name.
Anker
Anker (cognate Ancher) is a given name of Danish, Faroese and Norwegian origin, sometimes used as a surname. Anker is also used for:
Anko
Anko is a masculine given name.
Anouar
Anouar is a masculine given name.
Ansgar
Ansgar (Latinized Ansgarius; Old Norse Ásgeirr) is a Germanic given name, composed of the elements ans "god", and gar "spear". Saint Ansgar, (801 – 865) was an archbishop of Hamburg-Bremen, active in the Christianization of Scandinavia. His feast day is 3 February.
Anssi
Anssi is a given name. Notable people with the name include:
Anssi
Antal
Antal is a Hungarian masculine first name.
Antanas
Antanas is a Lithuanian masculine given name and may refer to:
Ante
Ante is a Croatian male first name. It is a common Croatian given name which is cognate to the name Anthony.
Antero
Antero is a Finnish given name and the Spanish version of the Latin name Anterus, and may refer to:
Anto
Anto may either be a surname or given name.
Antoine
Antoine (French pronunciation: ​[ɑ̃.twan]) is a French given name (from Latin Antonius) meaning beyond praise or highly praise-worthy.
Antoine-Marie
Anton
Anton is a given name in many European languages. It is a variant of Anthony, which is the English form of Antonius
Antonín
Antonín is a given name, the Czech variant of Antonius.
Antonin
Antonino
Antonio
Antonio is an Italian, Spanish, and Portuguese first name of Latin origin. In the English language it is translated as Anthony, and has some female derivatives: Antonia, Antónia, Antonieta, Antonietta, and Antonella. It also has some male derivatives, such as Anthonio, Antò, Antonis, Antoñito, Antonino, Antonello, Tonio, Toño, Toñín, Tonino, Nantonio, Totò, Tó, Tony, Toni, Toninho, and Toñito.
Antonios
Antonios (Greek & #160; Αντώνιος) is a male given name. It is the Greek form of the actually Latin name of Antonius. The name became popular in the Greek-speaking regions of the Roman Empire during the reign of the Triumvirn Mark Antony.
Antoon
Antoon is both a given name and a surname. Notable people with the name include:
Antti
Antti is a Finnish masculine given name derived from the Greek name Andreas. In Estonia, the variant Anti is more common. It is uncommon as a surname. People with the name include:
Antun
Antun is a Croatian male first name. It is a common Croatian given name which is cognate to the name Anthony and Ante.


Anuj
Anuj /əˈnʊdʒ/ is a male first name of Sanskrit origin. Anuj is a common Indian name meaning younger brother.
Anup
Anup or Anoop (Sanskrit: अनूप anūpa) is an Indian masculine given name. The Sanskrit word anūpa has the following meanings: 'watery', 'situated near the water', 'bank of a river', 'pond', 'lagoon', 'buffalo'.
Anupam
Anupam (in Devanagari : अनुपम) is an Indian masculine given name, whose meaning in Sanskrit is "incomparable", "excellent".
Anurag
Anurag (Devanagari: अनुराग) (pronounced "Anurāg") is a common Indian first name. There are various meanings of Anurag in Sanskrit such as attachment, devotion, passion and eternal love.
Anwaruddin
Anwaruddin is a Muslim male name formed from the elements Anwar and ad-Din. It thus means "light of the faith". Anwaruddin is a Muslim male name formed from the elements Anwar and ad-Din. It thus means "light of the faith".
Ányos
Anyós is a Hungarian masculine first name.
Anzelm
Undertook is a Hungarian male given name.
Aonghas
Aonghas is a masculine given name in Scottish Gaelic. It is composed of Celtic elements meaning "one", and "choice". A variant spelling of the Scottish Gaelic name is Aonghus. The Irish form of the Scottish Gaelic names is Aengus. A pet form of the Scottish Gaelic names is Angaidh, which is represented in English as Angie, pronounced "an-ghee".
Aonghus
Aonghas is a masculine given name in Irish and Scottish Gaelic. It is composed of Celtic elements meaning "one", and "choice". A variant spelling of the Scottish Gaelic name is Aonghus. The Irish form of the Scottish Gaelic names is Aengus. A pet form of the Scottish Gaelic names is Angaidh, which is represented in English as Angie, pronounced "an-ghee".
Apak
Apak is a Turkish masculine given name and surname.
Apolo
Apostolos
Apostolos (Greek: Απόστολος) or Apostolis (Αποστόλης) is a common male Greek given name, which means "apostle". The diminutive form Tolis (Τόλης) is also common. Bearers of the name include:
Aqeel
Aqeel (Arabic: عَقِيْل) is an Arabic male given name, which means "knowledgeable", "intelligent", or "wise".[1] An alternative spelling is Aqil. The name may refer to: Aqeel (Arabic: عَقِيْل) is an Arabic male given name, which means "knowledgeable", "intelligent", or "wise".[1] An alternative spelling is Aqil. The name may refer to:
Arat
Arat is a Turkish male given name and also a surname. Notable people with the name include:
Arata
Arata is both a Japanese surname and a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Archibald
Archie
The masculine given name Archie, usually a shortened version of Archibald, may refer to:
Archippe
Archippe is a masculine given name.
Arda
Arda is a male name used in Turkey; a female Armenian given name; and, separately, a given name of Old English origin.
Ardachès
Ardit
Ardit is an Albanian given name for males meaning "golden day." People named Ardit include:
Arduin
Arend
Arend is a masculine given name.
Argi
Argi is a masculine given name.
Ari
[original research?] Ari could refer to names of various languages, or shortened versions of other names.
Arián
Arián is a Spanish-language name related to Italian Ariano, or Ariàn in Ferrara dialect, which occurs very rarely and might be a misspelling for Adrián.
Ariel
Ariel is a given name from Biblical Hebrew אריאל Ariel that literally means "lion of God". The female form is אריאלה (transliterated as Ariela, Ariella, or Arielle), although "Ariel" can also be used as a woman's name. In modern Hebrew, Ariel is primarily used as a male name. However, in recent years in English-speaking countries, it has been more commonly used as a female name. An alternative English and French spelling is Arielle.
Arif
Arif (also spelled Aref in Persian, Arabic: عارف‎‎ or Arief in Indonesian) is a common male given name in various Muslim countries, such as Iran, Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Bosnia and Herzegovina, India, Indonesia, Malaysia, Pakistan and Turkey. In early Islam It can also refer to a man who has been taught customary law and entrusted with certain duties. Distributing stipends to the warriors, collecting blood money, guarding the interest of orphans, and assisting in controlling of the markets.
Arihiro
Arihiro is an uncommon Japanese given name that can be given to a boy. "Arihiro" can also be a surname.
Ariihau
Ariihau is a masculine given name.
Arinaga
Arinaga (written: 有永 or 有栄) is both a Japanese surname and a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Arinobu
Arinobu (written: 有信) is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Aristide
Aristide is a masculine given name.
Arisztid
Arisztid is a Hungarian masculine first name.
Aritomo
Aritomo (written: 有朋 or 存知) is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Arjan
Arjun
Arjun (Devanagari: अर्जुन arjuna, Hindi pronunciation: [ɐrˈdʒʊn]) is an Indian male given name, based on Arjuna, a legendary hero who is an archer in central character of the Hindu epic Mahabharata. Arjuna had five other brothers, who were Yudhishthira, Bhima, Nakula, Sahadeva, and Karna. Their father Pandu had a curse that he would die if he ever approached a woman with the intent of making love because he unintentionally killed a sage and his wife.
Arkaitz
Arlo
Arlo (pronounced AR-loh) is a given name for males. There are several origins of the name. From Old English, it is believed to be derived from the Anglo-Saxon here 'army, fortified, troops; war-' and hlaw 'mound, cairn, hill,' thereby meaning 'fortified hill.' In Italian it can be a variant[citation needed] of Carlo(s), Karlo(s), equivalent to the English name Charles, which in turn is derived from Middle High German karl 'man.' In Spanish, its meaning is 'barberry tree.' Arlo can also be a variant of Harley and the first formant in Arlene, which derive from Old English har "hare", "rabbit" and ear(n) "eagle." The second formant, giving -lo(w), -l(e)y, etc. are topographic names, such as the hlaw mentioned above. For example, the ancestors of today's lee (and name Lee), loch, etc. As such, names like Harley, Arlo, etc. can also mean "eagle's hill," "hare's clearing," and so on.
Armand
Armand is both a masculine French given name and a surname, the French form of Herman.
Armando
Armando is a given name. It is a variant of the name Herman.
Armin
Armin is a given name or surname, and is:
Arnaldo
Arnaldo is a given name. Notable people with the name include:
Arnaud
Arnaud or Arnauld (formerly Arnoul) is the French form of the German given name Arnold.
Arnd
Arndt
Arnd(t) is a surname, variant Arent, a short form of Arnold and may refer to:
Arne
Arne is a common forename for males in Scandinavia. It also occurs as a surname in England.
Arnfrid
Elango (also, Arnfrid) is a German male given name.
Arnfried
Elango (also, Arnfrid) is a German male given name.
Arnis
Arnis is a Latvian masculine given name and may refer to:


Arno
Arno is a masculine given name.
Arnold
Arnold is a masculine German given name. It is composed of the Germanic elements arn "eagle" and wald "rule, power". The name is first recorded in Francia from about the 7th century, at first often conflated with the name Arnulf, as in the name of bishop Arnulf of Metz, also recorded as Arnoald. Arnulf appears to be the older name (with cognates in Anglo-Saxon and Old Norse), and German (Frankish) Arnold may have originally arisen in c. the 7th century as a corruption of Arnulf, possibly by conflation of similar names such as Hari-wald, Arn-hald, etc.
Arnoldas
Arnoldas is a Lithuanian masculine given name. Notable people with the name include:
Arnoul
Arnould
Arnt
Arolde
Farshad is a modern and weblog name Harold spelling. Harold is itself a relatively new loan to English, adaptation of old Norse Haraldr (& gt; Scandinavian Harald) in relation to himself.
Aron
Áron
Áron is a masculine given name.
Arona
Arona is a masculine given name.
Árpád
Arpad or Árpád is a Hungarian masculine given name.
Arsène
Arsène is a masculine French given name. It is derived from the Latin name Arsenius, the Latinized form of the Greek name Ἀρσἐνιος (Arsenios), which means "male, virile". People with the name Arsène include:
Arsenije
Arsenije (Serbian Cyrillic: Арсеније; Serbian pronunciation: [ǎrsɛːnijɛ]) is a Serbian given name, a variant of the Greek name Arsenios. Diminutives of the name include Arsen, Arsa and Arso.
Arsenio
Arsenio is a Spanish and Italian male given name.
Artem
Artem (Ukrainian: Артем) is a common Ukrainian male given name, it is not to be confused with the similar Russian name Artyom which is spelled with the "ё" letter, giving a "YOM" ending sound.
Arthur
Arthur is a common masculine given name. Its etymology is disputed, but its popularity derives from its being the name of the legendary hero King Arthur.
Artun
Artun is a masculine Turkish given name. Notable people with the name include:
Artur
A male given name is written, Artur, Arthur. The short name is kind of in the English-speaking world. The name Arthur is of Celtic origin and stands for matter, the "bear". Alternatively, the name is derived from the Roman family name of Artorius. Also the derivation from Nordic Arnthor (Eagle + Thor) meets occasionally (salmon loc. cit.). The h not found entrance into the name before the 16th century.
Artúr
Artur is a Hungarian masculine first name.
Artūras
Artūras is a Lithuanian masculine given name.
Arturo
Arturo is a variant on the name Arthur.
Artūrs
Artūrs or Arturs is a given name. Notable people with the name include:
Artyom
Artyom (Russian: Артём) is a male given name common in Russia and other Slavic-speaking countries. The name uses the "ё" letter, which can be transcribed to English as "e" but still has the "yo" sound. Furthering confusion there is another name Artem (Ukrainian: Артем), whose only spelling in English is "Artem", and is pronounced with the "em" ending syllable.
Arun
Arun (/ah-roon/) is a male given name among Hindus and Cambodians. In Hinduism, the name has been derived from Sanskrit name Aruna. The charioteer of Solar deity is called "Arun" and the name has following meanings;
Arūnas
Arūnas is a masculine Lithuanian given name and may refer to:
Arvi
Arvid
Arvid, Arved or Arnvid is a male given name, most common in Scandinavia. It is derived from Old Norse Arnviðr and means "forest of eagles".
Arvīds
Arvīds is a Latvian masculine given name and may refer to:
Arvind
Arvind, Aravind or Aravinda (from Sanskrit: अरविन्द aravinda) is a common Indian masculine given name. Its meaning is "lotus". Its variants include , Arvin, Aravindan, Arahvinth and Aravindh(a) (in South India), and Aurobindo (in Bengali).
Arvis
Arvis is a Latvian masculine given name and may refer to:
Arvo
Arvo is a Finnish and Estonian given name for males and may refer to:
Arvydas
Arvydas is a Lithuanian masculine given name.
Arya
Arya (Persian: آریا‎‎ āryā, Sanskrit: आर्य ārya) is a Persian and Indian given name. In Iran it is a masculine given name, whereas in India it is used as both a masculine and a feminine name.[citation needed]. The name is also beginning to appear in the western world after the character Arya Stark of the television series Game of Thrones.
ASA
ASA or ASA stands for: acronym [modify |] Change code] ASA is an abbreviation for: Association Syndicale authorized, stabilization and association agreement, a type of contract between the European Union and a country to join. Association Sportive automobile, clubs or associations object mounts motor sports; Acrylonitrile styrene acrylate, according to the list of the codes of the plastic, rubber and LaTeX. Advertising standards authority (en), British authorities of controlling the advertising; Allmennaksjeselskap, a Norwegian form of Société Anonyme; Argininosuccinic acid, a basic amino acid in the urea cycle involved. Automatic audio ads, a system in the Paris Metro, the name broadcast the stop at every station. Association Sportive Ambaresienne, Sports Club Ambarès and Lagrave. AIX Sports Club, capital club
Asad
Asadullah
Asadullah, also written Asadollah, Assadullah or Asad Ullah (Arabic: أسد الله‎‎) is a male Muslim given name meaning Lion of God.
Asao
Asao is both a Japanese surname and a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Asbjørn
Asbjørn is a Norwegian and Danish male given name. In 2013, there were more than 7,000 men in Norway with this name. In Norway it reached the peak of its popularity between 1910 and 1930, during which period approximately 1% of children were given the name.
Asclettin
Asclettin is the deformation of a typical Scandinavian given name, Asketil (l), which means "Cauldron of the Æsir, introduced and implemented by the Vikings in Normandy current to the Ducal period."
Aseem
Aseem or Asim (Sanskrit: असीम asīma) is an Indian masculine given name meaning 'unlimited'. It is not related to the often identically spelt name of Arabic origin Asim.
Asem
Asim (also spelled Aasim, Asim, Asem Arabic: عاصم‎‎ ‘āṣim) is a male given name of Arabic origin, which means "protector, guardian, defender." This same word also means "a word, a message" in Akan, spoken by Akans and by inhabitants of Suriname. Asem is also a female given name of Kazakh origin, which means "beauty, beautiful, refined, graceful, elegant, excellent, splendid, magnificent." It is not related to the Indian given name Asim.
Asghar
Asghar (Persian: اصغر‎‎) may refer to: Asghar (Persian: اصغر‎‎) may refer to:
Ashraf
Ashraf (Arabic: أشرف‎‎) is an Arabic name meaning "most honorable one." It is used by many Arabs regardless of their religious affiliation, both Christians and Muslims alike. In French-speaking contexts the transliteration is Achraf. Uses of the name include: Ashraf (Arabic: أشرف‎‎) is an Arabic name meaning "most honorable one." It is used by many Arabs regardless of their religious affiliation, both Christians and Muslims alike. In French-speaking contexts the transliteration is Achraf. Uses of the name include:
Ashvin
Ashvin or Ashwin (Bengali: আশ্বিন Ashbin; Sanskrit: अश्विन् /əˈʃwɪn/; Malay/Indonesian: Aswin; Thai: Asawin), also known as Aswayuja, is the seventh month of the lunisolar Hindu calendar, the solar calendar where it is known as Aipassi and the solar India's national civil calendar. It is the sixth month of the solar Bengali calendar. It falls in the season of Shôrot, (Sharad in Hindi) or Autumn. In solar religious calendar, Ashvin begins with the Sun's exit from Virgo.
Asif
Asif (also spelled Asef or Assef, Arabic: اصف‎‎, IPA: [ˈaːsɪf], or [ˈaːsef]) is a masculine given name, its Arabic meaning is "forgiveness" it may refer to:
Aşık
Aşık is a Turkish name and may refer to:
Asil
The word "Aseel'" Is an Arabic Name and adjective that means: Original, Authentic, Genuine, Pure, Origin, Root, Unique. The word "Aseel'" Is an Arabic Name and adjective that means: Original, Authentic, Genuine, Pure, Origin, Root, Unique.
Asko
Asko is a male given name common in Finland and Estonia. The nameday is the 6th of September. The first Asko was baptised in 1901, and as of 2009 there were more than 8000 people with this name in Finland.
Aslam
Aslam (Arabic: اسلم‎‎) is a male first name in South Asia and Middle east. Aslam (Arabic: اسلم‎‎) is a male first name in South Asia and Middle east.
Åsmund
Åsmund or Aasmund is a Norse male given name, derived from as (god) and mundr (protector). Åsmund may refer to:


Ata
Ata is the anglicized form of several names.
Ata-ur-Rahman
Ata-ur-Rahman (Arabic: عطا الرحمن ‎‎) is a masculine Islamic given name. It is built from the Arabic words Ata, al- and Rahman. The name means "gift of the most merciful", ar-Rahman being one of the names of God in the Qur'an, which give rise to the Muslim theophoric names.
Atanas
Atanas most common use is a masculine given name in Bulgarian and Macedonian, derived from Greek Athanasios, "immortal".
Atanasije
Atanasije (Serbian Cyrillic: Атанасије) is the Serbian variant of the Greek name Athanasios. Diminutives of the name include Atanas and Tanasko.
Ataullah
Atallah (Template:Lang-Aramaic)is an Aramaic surname meaning "gift of God". It is a surname to Roman Catholics or Christians from USA, Iraq, or Lebanon. Atallah (Template:Lang-Aramaic)is an Aramaic surname meaning "gift of God". It is a surname to Roman Catholics or Christians from USA, Iraq, or Lebanon.
Atay
Atay (IPA: [aˈtaj]) is a masculine Turkish given name, it is also spelled as Atai in some cultures, it may refer to:
Athan
Athan is a Greek male given name, which means "eternal life" or "immortal". It can be a variant of Athanasios, and is of rising popularity among younger Greek parents. The name Athan may refer to:
Athanasios
Athanasios is a Greek masculine given name meaning "undying." It is in common use in Greece. The feminine version of the name is Athanasia.
Athmane
Athmane is a masculine given name.
Atif
Atif (also spelled Atef, Arabic: عاطف‎‎) is a masculine Arabic name generally used in the Muslim world, it means "the kind one".
Atiq
Atiq (also transliterated as Ateek, Ateeq, Attiq, Atik, or Attique, Arabic: عتیق‎‎) is a male Arabic given name, the name is used in the Quran. Means antique and the name is also used in Asia and Middle Eastern countries.
Atiqullah
Atiqullah (Arabic: عتیق الله ‎‎) is a male Muslim given name, formed from the elements Atiq, meaning ancient, and Allah, meaning of God. . It may refer to Atiqullah (Arabic: عتیق الله ‎‎) is a male Muslim given name, formed from the elements Atiq, meaning ancient, and Allah, meaning of God. . It may refer to
Atlas
Atlas is a masculine given name.
Atle
Atle is a Scandinavian given name and may refer to:
Atomu
Atomu (written: 亜土夢, 亜人夢 or アトム in katakana) is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Atsuhiko
Atsuhiko (written: 篤彦 or 敦彦) is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Atsuhiro
Atsuhiro (written: 厚裕, 淳宏 or 淳弘) is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Atsuo
Atsuo (written: 敦夫, 篤夫 or 篤男) is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Atsushi
Atsushi is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Atsuto
Atsuto (written: 敦斗 or 篤人) is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Atsuya
Atsuya (written: 敦也) is a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
Attila
Attila is a popular masculine name in both Hungary and Turkey. Another version of Attila in Hungary is Etele, the female equivalent of which is Etelka. Another version of Attila used in Turkish is Atilla.
Aubin
Aubin is a masculine French given name variant of Albin, from the Roman cognate Albinus, derived from the Latin albus, meaning "white" or "bright". It is also common as a surname. People with the name Aubin include:
Audrius
Audrius is a Lithuanian masculine given name, derived from the Lithuanian word audra, which means "storm". The female variant is Audrone. The name may refer to:
August
August is a first name, or given name.
Auguste
Auguste [ɑɡyst] is a French and female given name. The name is a form of Augusta, or August. See for etymology and variants.
Augustin
Augustin is a variant of Augustine used in several languages, and may refer to:
Auke
Auke is a Dutch given name of Frisian origin. Notable people with the name include:
Aulay
Aulay is a Scottish masculine given name. It is an Anglicisation of the Scottish Gaelic Amhladh, Amhlaidh, Amhlaigh, and Amhlaibh. The standard Irish Gaelic form of these names is Amhlaoibh (pronounced "ow-liv", and "owl-lee"); which can be Anglicised as Auliffe and Humphrey.
Aulis
Aulis is a masculine Finnish given name. The name means "helpful", "generous". Notable people with the name include:
Aurel
Aurel is the name of two communes in France:
Aurél
Aurel is a Hungarian masculine first name.
Aurelianus
Cognomen (derived from Aurelius) and Latin name, was recorded by Aurelianus (Aurelian in French language):
Aurélien
Aurélien is a French masculine given name and may refer to:
Aurelijus
Aurelijus is a Lithuanian masculine given name, which is a variant of the Roman name Aurelius, and is derived from the Latin aureus, meaning "golden" or "gilded". The female equivalent is Aurelija. The name may refer to:
Aurelio
Aurelio is a masculine given name.
Aurick
Aurick or Aurik is a masculine Germamic name, meaning protecting ruler or noble leader. Its feminine form is Aurika. It is a variant of Adalric.
Aurimas
Aurimas is a Lithuanian masculine given name and may refer to:
Auxence
Avni
Avraham
Avram
Avram is a male given name. It is a form of the name Abram, which means exalted father.
Avtandil
Avtandil is a masculine given name.
Awad
Awad or Aouad (Arabic: عوض‎‎) is an Arabic given name and surname, it may refer to: Awad or Aouad (Arabic: عوض‎‎) is an Arabic given name and surname, it may refer to:
Axel
Axel (also Aksel) is a Scandinavian masculine given name. In Denmark and Norway the spelling form Aksel is more common. The Finnish form of the name is Akseli. A French feminine form is Axelle.
Axular
Ayad
Ayad (Arabic: إياد‎‎) is both an Arabic given name and a surname. Notable people with the name include: Ayad (Arabic: إياد‎‎) is both an Arabic given name and a surname. Notable people with the name include:
Ayberk
Ayberk is a common masculine Turkish given name. It is composed of "Ay" and "Berk". In Turkish, "Ay" means "Moon". "Berk" means "Lightning", "Strong", or "Leaf" (rarely). Therefore, "Ayberk" means "Lightning like brightness of the moon".
Aydemir
Aydın
Aydın (pronounced [ˈajdɯn], also spelled Aidin, Ajdin, Aiden, Ayden, or Aydin, Persian: آیدین‎‎) is a male given name, meaning enlightened and bright in Turkic Azeri and Turkish, it may refer to:


Aydoğan
Aydoğan is a Turkish name and may refer to:
Ayik
Ayık is a Turkish given name for males and a surname. Notable people with the surname include:
Aykut
Aykut is a Turkish masculine name and may refer to:
Ayman
Ayman (Arabic: أيمن‎‎, also spelled Ayemann, Aimen or Aymen)[1] is a male name of Arabic origin. It is derived from the Arabic Semitic root (ي م ن) for right, and literally means righteous or he who is on the right, similar to the Latin name Dexter. It also means right-handed, blessed and lucky. In Pakistan, unlike the Arab countries, Ayman is used both as a masculine and feminine name. This is because of confusion related to popular Islamic woman figure "Umm-e-Ayman", which parents name their daughter after. However "Umm" means mother of, and Ayman was her son. It is also agreed upon by all Arabic and Islamic language scholars to be a masculine name. Ayman (Arabic: أيمن‎‎, also spelled Ayemann, Aimen or Aymen)[1] is a male name of Arabic origin. It is derived from the Arabic Semitic root (ي م ن) for right, and literally means righteous or he who is on the right, similar to the Latin name Dexter. It also means right-handed, blessed and lucky. In Pakistan, unlike the Arab countries, Ayman is used both as a masculine and feminine name. This is because of confusion related to popular Islamic woman figure "Umm-e-Ayman", which parents name their daughter after. However "Umm" means mother of, and Ayman was her son. It is also agreed upon by all Arabic and Islamic language scholars to be a masculine name.
Aymeric
Aytek
Aytek is a Turkish masculine given name. The name is composed by one word and a suffix: Ay and -tek. In Turkish, "Ay" means Moon, and the suffix, "-tek" originally comes from Old Turkic suffix "-teg", which gives the meaning of "-like". The meaning of the name therefore is "like the Moon" or "Moonlike", or particularly "unique and/or bright like the Moon".
Ayub
Ayub is a masculine given name, (Arabic: أيوب‎‎). Ayub is a masculine given name, (Arabic: أيوب‎‎).
Ayub Khan
Ayub Khan is a compound masculine name; Ayub is the Arabic version of the name of the Biblical figure Job, while Khan is taken from the title used first by the Mongol rulers and then, in particular, their Islamic and Persian-influenced successors in South Asia, where the name is usually found, although Khan was being used before outside South Asia.
Ayvaz
Ayvaz is both a masculine Turkish given name and a Turkish surname. Notable people with the name include:
Azem
Azem is a given name. Notable people with the name include: Azem is a given name. Notable people with the name include:
Azim
Azim (ʿAẓīm عظيم) is one of the 99 names of (Allah) God in Islam, meaning "Great" or "Magnificent" or "Protector" Also used as a personal name, as short form of the Abdul Azim, "Servant of the Magnificent". Azim (ʿAẓīm عظيم) is one of the 99 names of (Allah) God in Islam, meaning "Great" or "Magnificent" or "Protector" Also used as a personal name, as short form of the Abdul Azim, "Servant of the Magnificent".
Azimullah
Azimullah is a male Muslim given name, composed of the elements Azim and Allah. It may refer to Azimullah is a male Muslim given name, composed of the elements Azim and Allah. It may refer to
Aziz
Aziz (Arabic: عزيز‎‎, ʿazīz, [ʕaziːz]) was originally a Northwest Semitic Phoenician-Aramaic-Hebrew-Arabic word, but is now much more commonly (but not exclusively) known as a Central Semitic Arabic male name. The feminine form of both the adjective and the given name is Aziza. Aziz (Arabic: عزيز‎‎, ʿazīz, [ʕaziːz]) was originally a Northwest Semitic Phoenician-Aramaic-Hebrew-Arabic word, but is now much more commonly (but not exclusively) known as a Central Semitic Arabic male name. The feminine form of both the adjective and the given name is Aziza.
Azizullah
Azizullah (Arabic: عزیز الله‎‎) is an Arabic male name built on the words Aziz and Allah, it may refer to: Azizullah (Arabic: عزیز الله‎‎) is an Arabic male name built on the words Aziz and Allah, it may refer to:
Azizur Rahman
Azizur Rahman (Arabic: عزيز الرحمن ‎‎) is a male Muslim given name, meaning dear to the Most Gracious. Notable bearers of the name include Azizur Rahman (Arabic: عزيز الرحمن ‎‎) is a male Muslim given name, meaning dear to the Most Gracious. Notable bearers of the name include
Azmat
Azmi
Aznar
Aznar is a Spanish surname of Basque origin and an obsolete given name. It probably stems from old Basque "azenar(i)" ('fox', modern "azeri"). Notable people with this name include the following:
Azuma
Azuma is both a Japanese surname and a masculine Japanese given name. Notable people with the name include:
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