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Abelia "Breath, sigh." From Hebrew feminine form of Abel. Variants include Abelle and Abella.
Aceline "Noble, highborn." Variant Asceline exists.
Adele "Pleasant; good humor." Also Old German name meaning "nobility."Variants include Ad?le (with accent), Adelia, Adella and Adelle.
Adorlee "Adored."
Adrienne "Dark."
Afrodille "Daffodil."
Agate Old French. Named for a semi-precious stone. May also be considered a variant of the Greek name Agatha, "good."
Agathe French form of Greek Agatha, "Kind."
Aida Help
Aiglentine, aiglentina Sweetbrier rose
Aimee "Dearly loved; beloved." Variants include Aimie, Aimey, Amey, Ami, Amie.
Alacoque Meaning unknown
Alaine Feminine form of Irish/Gaelic Alan, meaning "rock; comely; beautiful." Variants include Alaina, Alayna, Alayne, Aleine, Alenne, Allaine, Allayne, Alleine, Alenne, Aleyne.
Albertine, albertina Feminine form of Albert
Albracca Legend name
Alexandrine, alexis Feminine form of Alexandre, the French form of Greek Alexander, meaning "defender of mankind."
Allete, alita Winged
Allyriane French name derived from the Greek word "Lyre," a stringed instrument.
Amabelle, amabella Lovable
Amarante Flower
Ambre, ambra Jewel
Amedee Loves God
Amelie Hard-working
Amity, amite, amitee Friend
Ancelin, ancelina Handmaiden
Andree, andrea Feminine form of Andre (manly)
Angelette, angeletta Little angel
Angelique, angela, angili Angel
Annette Little Ann
Antoinette Beyond praise
 
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