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Best Dog Names 2019 starting with letter A male and female Puppies

Widest collection of best dog names and puppy names from A-Z which we have collected during the years starting with letter A.

Choose the best name for your puppy or your new dog!

We had a constant problem when new puppies were born again how to name them. And names needed to be the best ones. So we collected during all those years lots of different dog names and added in our database which we are still actively using. This is the dogs names database we use to select a new name to our puppies. And we are updating it also with new names when something interesting comes up again.

Hoping it will help also you to find the best name for your puppy or for your new dog.

Or when you are a breeder and need many names for your different litter puppies.

Enjoy!

Aab

Aad  form of Adriaan

Aafje  form of Ave

Aafke  form of Ave

Aagje  form of Agatha

Aaike  “stroking”

Aaliyah  “peace”

Aaltje  form of Adelheid

Aamos  ancient rules of both the North and the South kingdom of Israel

Aapo  form of Abraham

Aardvark  name of small animal

Aardwolf  (Proteles cristatus) small mammal related to hyena

Aargos

Aaron  Biblical name, brother of Moses, first high priest. May stem from “high mountain” (in Hebrew) or “messenger” (in Arabic).

Aaronman

Aaronwell

Aaros

Aart 

Aasta

Aatje 

Ab  Short form of Abraham

Aba

Aback

Abacus

Abacuss

Abadan

Abaddon

Abagtha

Abajomy  “born for luck”

Abakus

Abany

Abaris

Abasi  “severe”, “strict”

Abattoir  “slaughter house”

Abayomi  born to bring luck

Abb

Abba Swedish pop group, acronym of the first names of the members

Abbadin

Abbado

Abbagail

Abbaio  “woof”

Abbashy

Abbe

Abberley

Abbey

Abbey Moon

Abbey Road

Abbey Rose

Abbeygail

Abbeygale

Abbi

Abbie

Abbiline

Abbis

Abbo

Abbot

Abbott

Abby

Abbyfeale  English country

Abdel

Abdoel  “servant of”

Abdon

Abdul  short of Abdullah

Abdullah  “servant of God”. Muhammad’s father.

Abe Short form of Abraham

Abee

Abel  Biblical name, “breath”, second son of Adam, brother of Cain (who murdered him).

Abelard

Abele

Abelke

Abelone

Abeltje  short form of Abel

Abenije

Aber

Aberaeron

Aberconwy Name of town

Abercrombie

Aberdaron

Aberdeen Name of town

Aberdyfi

Aberhard

Aberlady

Abernathy

Aberrant

Aberystwith Name of town

Abesque

Abhir  “strong”

Abhlach

Abi  short form of Abigail

Abia

Abial

Abide

Abigail  Biblical name, “father’s joy”, wife of Nabal, later wife of king David

Abigal form of Abigail

Abigale form of Abigail

Abigayle form of Abigail

Abijah

Abilard

Ability  “Being able to”

Abilyne

Abina

Abiona

Abiotic

Abir  “strong”

Abira form of Abir

Abisha  “gift from God”

Abizanda “place”

Abke 

Ablaze

Able variant of Abel

Ablush

Abner  Biblical name, “father of light”, general of Saul and David

Abney

Abo

Abode

Abol

Abolique

Abominable

Aboo

Abooboome

Abor  island

Abou

Aboyer  “to bark”

Abra  “mother of many nations” or short for Abracadabra

Abracadabra magical spell

Abraco

Abraham  Biblical name, “father of many”, founder of the Israelites (through his son Isaac) and of the Arabs (through his son Ishmael).

Abrahas

Abrak

Abrakadabre Different way of writing abracadabra

Abram form of Abraham

Abraxas

Abraxass

Abrazja

Abri

Abriachan

Abrial

Abridge

Abru

Absa

Absalom  Father of peace

Absalon

Absolut  “Absolute”

Absolute

Abstract

Absy

Absyda

Abt  head of abbey

Abta

Abu

Abu Dhabi

Abucco

Abyss

Ac 

Acacallis

Acacia

Acadia

Acajou type of wood

Acan

Acar “clear”

Acarka

Acca

Accacia tree

Acceleration

Acco

Accort 

Accy

Acda Last name of Dutch artist

Acdc music group

Ace  “highest rank”, originally just a nickname

Acer

Acetate

Acha

Achae

Achaia

Achair

Achaldi

Achanty

Achat

Acheron

Achiever

Achil form of Achilles

Achill form of Achilles

Achilles  mythical hero, killed Hector during the Trojan war and was killed by an arrow to his heel (the only spot on his body that was vulnerable).

Achim

Achlain

Achmed

Achromic

Achse

Achsie

Achtung  “Attention”

Acim

Acira

Acita

Acka

Acke

Acki

Acky

Aco

Acoma

Acooda

Acoya Paequiu tribe

Acqua

Acquay

Acraig

Acropolis

Acros

Act

Actie  “Action”

Action 

Actis

Active 

Actor

Actra

Acura

Acyra

Ada  short for Adelaide

Adah  “beauty”

Adair

Adal

Adalbert  form of Albert

Adalgunde

Adalie

Adalo

Adalwin

Adam  Biblical name of first man, “red earth”. In Hebrew it’s also the generic term for “man”.

Adamo

Adams

Adanté form of Adante

Adante  “with walking pace”

Adanya “her father’s daughter”

Adar “ruler”

Adara

Adare  village

Adatka

Adaz

Adda

Addams

Adder  “viper”

Addi  short for Atalanta

Addict 

Addicted

Addie  short for Atalanta

Addis  flower

Addison

Addler

Addy  short for Atalanta

Addynuff

Ade

Adeenah

Adel

Adela short for Adelaide

Adelaide  “noble person” form Teutonic Adalheidis. Name of wife of Otto the Great and also of wife of King William IV of England. An Australian city has this name too.

Adelain

Adelbert

Adele  short for Adelaide

Adelgrund

Adelgund

Adelgunde

Adelheid  “noble person”, see Adelaide

Adelicia

Adelin

Adelina form of Adelaide

Adeline form of Adelaide

Adell

Adella

Adelrune

Adelson

Adelweiss

Adept

Adexi

Adham  “black”

Adhnuall

Adi

Adia

Adian

Adie

Adiero

Adieu “good bye”

Adil “justice”, stems from adala

Adilo

Adin

Adina “slender”, Biblical name of soldier.

Adinda

Adinde

Adine

Adira

Adischka

Adiunkt

Adja

Adjan

Adji

Adle

Adler  “eagle”

Admar

Admir

Admirable 

Admiral  military rank

Adnan

Ado

Adoenix  Belgian dialect; “he doesn’t do a thing”

Adolf  from Adolphus

Adolfo

Adolph

Adolphus “noble wolf”

Adon

Adonia  Biblical name, son of David

Adonis Very handsome young man, loved by Venus (Aphrodite). From Semitic “lord”.

Ador

Adora  “adoration”, “glorious lady” from Adoracion

Adorabelle

Adorable

Adore

Adoree

Adorjan

Adoxa

Adra

Adrama

Adrastea

Adria Feminine form of Adrian

Adriaan  form of Adrian

Adrian  “of Hadria”. Hadria was a town in northern Italy. Also a Roman emperor in the 2nd century.

Adriana  female form of Adrianus

Adriane

Adrianus  see Adrian

Adriatic

Adrien  form of Adrian

Adrienne

Adrin

Adrix

Adschi

Adso

Aducht

Aduco

Aduke

Adva

Advance  “to improve”

Advantage 

Adventure  “exiting story”

Advocate 

Adwin

Ady

Aece

Aedo

Aéghyr  god of the sea

Aegina

Aegir  god of the sea

Aegis

Aeik

Aelis

Aenas  Trojan hero, went to Italy and became ancestor of the Roman. May stem from Greek Aineas “praise”

Aenn

Aenny

Aeolis

Aeolus

Aepke

Aepytus

Aeries  Greek goddess of Chaos

Aeris

Aernie

Aero

Aerodactale a flying dinosaur

Aeroek

Aeros

Aerosmith music group

Aerostatic

Aeryn 

Aesa

Aesha oriental princess

Aesirs

Aeska  “youth”

Aesop  writer of fables, 6th century B.C.

Aetgdu

Aether

Aevita form of Evita

Afar

Afazja

Afella

Afera

Affa

Affara

Affe

Affection 

Affi

Affinity 

Affra  “dark”

Afgod  “idol”, “false god”

Afi  “born on Friday”

Afid

Afield

Afien

Afiks

Afine

Afir

Afisz

Afke

Afon

Afra

Africa

Afrin

Afro

Afrodita  Goddess

Afrodite

Afsari

Afton

Aga

Agaat  form of Agatha

Agama  “faith”

Agamemnon  king of Mycene, leader of the Greek in the Trojan war

Agana

Agape

Agard

Agassi Last name of tennis player

Agath

Agatha  “good” agathos. Sicilian martyr from the 3rd century, who spurned the advances of a Roman official. She was killed after being tortured and after her breasts were cut off. Also name of writer Agatha Christie.

Agathe form of Agatha

Agbar

Ageeth form of agatha

Agelius 

Agent

Agga

Aggassi Alternative way of writing Agassie

Agge

Aggi

Aggie 

Aggy

Agi

Agie

Agil

Agila

Agilate

Agile

Agilis

Agility

Agima 

Agimar

Agincourt

Agip

Agis

Agnes  “chaste” (hagnos). Roman emperor Diocletian martyred this virgin saint. Saint is often depicted with a lamb because of the association with the Latin agnus (lamb).

Agni

Agno

Ago

Agon

Agoni

Agoon “match”, “contest”

Agos see Argos

Agro

Aguiar

Ahab

Ahadi 

Ahas

Ahimsa

Ahiti

Ahoi

Ahrodie

Ahsra

Aia

Aibe

Aibo

Aic

Aica

Aicama

Aicha  queen of sabbath

Aichel

Aicira 

Aick

Aicka

Aicko

Aico

Aida

Aidam

Aidan Pet form of Aodh, a 7th century Irish monk.

Aide

Aideen  form of Eadaoin, goddess of beauty

Aidi

Aido

Aiga

Aigir

Aiicha

Aija

Aik

Aika  “friend of man” from Aiko

Aïkas

Aike

Aiki

Aikman

Aiko

Aila

Ailas

Ailbhe  “olive”

Aile

Aileen

Ailey

Ailie

Ailin

Ailis  form of Adelaide

Ailisa

Ailke

Aillish

Ailsa  island

Aiman

Aimany

Aimé form of Amy

Aime  “to love”

Aimee

Aimeé  form of Amy

Aimi

Aimiro

Aimo form of Amy

Aimú

Aimy

Ainca

Aine  form of Ann

Ainnir  “young woman, girl”

Aino  “unique”

Aiobh  form of Eve

Aioe

Aira

Airco  short for air-conditioning

Airidh

Airien

Airin

Airon

Airy

Aisa

Aischa

Aischaja

Aische

Aischie

Aisha 

Aisla

Aisling  “dream”, “vision”

Aislinn  “dream”

Aislyn

Ait

Aithor

Aïtor  “leader of a tribe”

Aivy

Aiyana  “ever lasting blossom”

Aize

Aj

Aja

Ajax  Mythical hero

Ajay

Ajdgas 

Ajia

Ajoles

Ajsa

Ajska

Ajuscha

Ajuz

AK

Aka  “red”

Akacho

Akai

Akakaru

Akapi

Akar

Akaran

Akash

Akasha  “ruler of all life”

Akayla

Akayna

Akbar

Akco

Akea

Akebono

Akee

Akeela wulf from book Mowgli

Akeeta

Akelei

Akemi  “bright beautiful”

Aki  “autumn” or from Kiashishigi, the bird wandering tattler.

Akia

Akiata

Akiba 

Akil  “king”

Akilah

Akili

Akim

Akima

Akin

Akina

Akino

Akira “intelligent”; “beauty of the moon”

Akita  “protector”

Akiyo Mitsu  “bright light”

Akja

Akjo 

Akka

Akke

Akki

Akko

Akky

Akla

Akmal

Ako

Akro

Aksel

Aku

Akuma  “devil”

Aky

Akyra

Al short form of Albert

Ala

Alabama  state of USA

Alacrity

Aladar from Disney movie Dinosaur

Aladdin Main character of one of the stories of 1001 nights

Aladin Main character of one of the stories of 1001 nights

Alagro

Alaika

Alain  see Alan

Alaina  feminine form of Alain

Alamo

Alan might mean “peace”, “handsome”, “hound” or “rock” .

Alana feminine form of Alan. Sister of Ariel in the movie ‘The Little Mermaid’

Alanda 

Alani  orangetree

Alanis

Alannah  “beautiful”, “darling”

Alaric  “ruler of all” or “noble ruler”. King of the Visigoths from 5th century. He ransacked Rome.

Alarich

Alarick

Alary

Alaska State of USA

Alasko

Alastair

Alastor 

Alax

Alayka

Alba “white”, “blank”. Region in Italy. First British martyr (4th century).

Albatros bird

Albe

Alberik

Albert  “noble bright” from Teutonic adal and beraht.

Alberta feminine form of Albert.

Albertin

Alberto form of Albert

Albi

Albie

Albin

Albino  “white”

Albo

Albrecht 

Albus  “white”

Alby

Alc

Alca 

Alcatraz infamous prison

Alcazor

Alchemy

Alcibiades  general and statesman from Athens, 450-404 B.C.

Alco 

Alcor

Alcott

Alda

Aldanti

Aldas

Aldel

Aldisa

Aldith

Aldo  “noble”

Aldonna

Aldor

Aldora  “mother of language”

Aldore

Aldridge

Alec short for Alexander

Aleck

Alecto

Alectory

Aled

Alef

Alegra

Alegre

Alegria

Aleijnikow

Aleix

Alejandro 

Aleline

Alen

Alena

Alenka

Alert

Alesi

Aleska form of Alexa

Alessa  form of Alexa

Alessi

Alessio

Alet

Aletis

Alett from Aleit which is short for Adelaide

Aletta form of Alett

Alette

Alex short for Alexander, Alexis or Alexandra

Alexa feminine form of Alexis

Alexander  “defending men”. Alexander the Great, king of Macedonia, 356-323 B.C. Also name of emperors of Russia, kings of Scotland and Yugoslavia and eight popes.

Alexandra feminine form of Alexander. Name of wife of the Russian czar Nicolas II.

Alexandria feminine form of Alexander. Name of Egyptian city founded by Alexander the Great.

Alexei 

Alexej

Alexia

Alexis  “helper” or “defender”

Alexois

Alexus

Alexys

Aleyna  “loved by God”

Alf short for Alfred. Character from tv series.

Alfa

Alfalfa Vegetable

Alfar

Alfgund

Alfher

Alfhild

Alfi

Alfie

Alfons  German form of Alfonso

Alfonso  “noble ready” or “battle ready”. Name of kings of Portugal and of regions of Spain.

Alfra

Alfred  “elf counsel” or “all peace”. Name of 9th century king of Wessex.

Alfredo

Alfy form of Alf

Alga

Alge

Alger “elf spear”

Algrund

Algund

Ali  “lofty” or “sublime”. Cousin of Muhammad and fourth caliph.

Ali Baba Hero from ‘Ali Baba and the Forty Thieves’.

Alia

Alias

Alibi

Alibrie

Alic

Alice short form of Adalheidis (see Adelaide). Heroine from ‘Alice in Wonderland’.

Alicee

Alicia  Latinized form of Alice

Alida form of Adelaide

Alidas

Alie

Alieke

Alien  stranger, creature from outer space

Alies

Aliesha

Alieze

Alika

Alin

Alina

Alinda

Aline form of Adeline

Alis

Alischa form of Alicia

Alisdair

Aliso

Alison  ancient form of Alice

Alissa 

Alistair

Alister from Alistair, which is Gaelic for Alexander

Alito

Alix

Alizay

Alizee  “trade wind”

Alizka 

Alja  from Aliyah “to ascend”

Aljoscha

Alk

Alka

Alkaida

Alke

Alki

Alko

Alkos

Alkyra

Alladin

Allah

Allan form of Alan

Allana

Allanah

Allbright

Allegra  “cheerful” or “lively”

Allegria  “joy”

Allegro 

Allen

Allesia

Alletta

Allfa

Alli

Alliage

Alliah

Alliance

Alliara

Allias

Allie

Allin

Allina

Alline

Allis

Allison

Allo

Alloway

Allstar

Ally

Allyop

Allyson 

Alm

Alma “nourishing”  or “the soul”

Almala

Almi

Almien

Almighty 

Almo

Almoe

Almondjoy 

Alnwick

Aloa

Aloha

Alois 

Aloise

Alona

Alondra

Alonso form of Alfonso

Alors Elegance

Aloutte

Aloysius  latinized form of Louis

Alpaca

Alpha  “leader”

Alphen

Alphy

Alpine

Alraune

Alrick

Alroy

Alrun

Alrune

Alruth

Alscha

Alstar

Alster

Alta

Altai  mountain

Altair

Altaj

Alte

Alte Lotte

Altea

Altena

Alter Ego

Altero

Altesse  “Highness”

Althea  “healer”. Woman in mythology. Was given a burning piece of wood and was told that her son would live as long as the wood kept burning. Also anti-cough medicine

Altin  “gold”

Alto

Altrud

Alun

Aluna

Alure

Alva

Alvara  “protector”

Alvaro  “protector”

Alve

Alvero

Alvin

Alvin Lee

Alwa

Always A Way

Alwill

Alwin

Alwina

Alwine

Alwisa

Aly

Alynda

Alys

Alysa

Alyssa

Alytha

Alyx

Amabilis  “loveable”

Amable  “loveable”

Amadaous

Amadee

Amadeo

Amadeus  “love of God”. First name of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart

Amado

Amadoueur  “flatterer”

Amaethon

Amai

Amaica

Amaiya

Amala

Amalia

Amaly

Aman

Amanda  “loveable”

Amande

Amandia

Amando

Amandus

Amani  “to speak the truth”

Amanzio

Amar

Amara

Amarante

Amarenz

Amaretto

Amaricka

Amaris “daughter of the moon”

Amaro

Amarok “wolf”

Amaryllis  “to sparkle”. Heroine from Eclogues (poem by Virgil). Name of flower

Amata

Amative

Amato

Amatory

Amatus

Amaya

Amaz

Amazing

Amazon

Amazone river in south America

Amba

Ambar

Ambarawa

Ambassador 

Amber  “yellow”. Fossilised tree resin

Amberley

Ambika

Amble

Ambo

Ambor

Ambos

Amboss

Ambra 

Ambras  “fight”

Ambriel angel of the zodiac sign gemini

Ambros

Ambrose “immortal”. from Latin Ambrosius which comes from Greek ambrosios. 4th century bishop.

Ambrosia feminine form of Ambrosius

Ambrosius 

Ambry

Amdos  “God of the sun”

Amedee

Amee

Amei

Ameila

Amela

Ameli

Amelia

Amelie

Amenity

Amensia 

Amer

Amethyst from Greek “not drunk”. Green gem was believed to be a remedy against drunkenness.

Amey

Ami

Amica  “female vriend”

Amice  “friend”

Amico amigo’

Amicone

Amie

Amiga  “friend”

Amigo  “friend”

Amigos  “friends”

Amin

Amina  “truthful” or “safe”. Mother of Muhammed.

Aminda

Aminka

Amino

Amir  “prince”

Amira feminine form of Amir

Amiro

Amity  “girlfriend”

Amix

Amke

Amma

Amman

Amme

Ammi

Ammit

Ammo

Ammon

Amo  “master of the house”

Amoc

Amon

Amor  god of love, sun van Venus

Amora

Amore  “love”

Amored

Amorina

Amoros

Amoroso french soccerplayer

Amory

Amos  “to bear”. Biblical name, one of the small prophets

Amour  “love”

Amous

Amoy  “girl”

Ampersand the “&” sign

Amply

Ampton

Amra

Amras

Amrin

Amrita

Amrith

Amsel

Amsoe

Amuar

Amun

Amusette  “little amusement”

Amvon

Amy  “love”

Amys

Ana  form of Anna

Anabel

Anaconda snake

Anaika

Anais  Catalan form of Anna

Anak

Anakin  out of Star Wars

Anan

Anana

Ananda  “joy”

Anandi 

Anardo

Anastacia

Anastasia  “resurrection”. Wife of Ivan the Terrible (Russian czar)

Anatevka

Anatoli

Anatool

Anca

Anchali

Anche

Anchi

Anchie

Anchy

Anco

Ancona

Anda

Andalusia region in Spain

Andere

Anderl

Anders

Anderson

Andes mountain range in South America

Andi

Andiamo

Andie

Andjin 

Andjing  “dog”

Andjoy

Ando

Andor  “eagle Thor”. Thor was god of power and thunder.

Andorra small country in Europe

Andos 

Andra  “second”

Andras 

Andre 

Andrea 

Andreas 

Andree

Andrej 

Andrew  “man” from aner/andros.Biblical name of apostle who was crucified on an X-shaped cross. Also name of kings of Hungary.

Andro

Android man-like machine

Andromache  wife of Hector

Andromeda  “person from Media”. Media is a Persian city. A princess by the same name from mythology was rescued by Perseus.

Andros

Andruzzi

Andry

Andy short for Andrew

Andycap

Andygumps

Ane

Anegma

Aneka

Anelka french soccerplayer

Anella

Anemone  “wind”. Called after the flower.

Anet

Aneta

Anett

Anette

Anga

Ange

Angel  creature from heaven, from Angela

Angela  “messenger”

Angelfire

Angelic  “angel-like”

Angelica  “angelic”

Angelika

Angelina

Angelique 

Angelle angel’

Angelo 

Angenis

Anger

Angera

Anggi  “hairy animal”

Angharad  “godness of Gods”

Angi

Angie

Angkor

Angle

Angry

Angstrom

Angus  “one” or “choice”. From Aonghus. Aonghus Og was Celtic god of love.

Angy

Angyal

Angyna

Ania

Anida

Anie

Anik  “little friend”

Anika

Aniko 

Anila 

Animal

Anina

Aninka

Anique 

Anis

Anisette

Anita 

Anital

Anja

Anjaa

Anjabai

Anjali “To give”

Anjana

Anje

Anjes 

Anji

Anjie

Anjin “dog”

Anjing  “dog”

Anjo

Anjou  region in France

Anjozien

Anjte

Anjuli

Ank 

Anka

Anke

Anker

Ankh

Ankie

Anklebiter

Anko

Anmar

Ann 

Anna 

Anna-Donna

Anna-marie

Annabel

Annabell

Annabella

Annabelle

Annabeth

Annag 

Annagh

Annalisa

Annamara

Annan

Annchen

Anndi

Anne form of Hannah. 17th century English queen. Mother of Elizabeth I.

Anneka

Anneke 

Annel

Anneler  “curly hair”

Annelie

Annelise

Annelore

Annelotte

Annemarie

Annemiek

Annerl

Annerose

Annestatia

Annet

Annette 

Anni

Annia

Annic

Annie

Annika

Annikkan

Anninka

Annique

Annja

Anno

Annouschka

Annouska

Annuska

Annusuka

Annwen

Annwyl

Anny

Ano

Anoebis  egyptian Godness of the death, mostly pictures as half dog/half jackal

Anoek

Anoel

Anoesca

Anoeska

Anoki

Anomoly

Anona

Anonko

Anou

Anouche

Anouck

Anouk  “polar bear”, or form of Ann

Anous

Anousca

Anousch

Anouschka

Anouscka

Anouska

Anova

Ans

Ansa

Ansca 

Anscha

Anschi

Anschie

Anschy

Ansco

Ansel

Ansha

Anshela

Ansly 

Anso

Ansty

Anta

Antaeus

Antalya

Antay

Antha

Anthar

Anthea  “flowery”

Anthopia

Anthos  “blossom”

Anti

Antigone  daughter of Oedipus

Antis

Antje 

Antoine

Anton

Antonia

Antonino

Antonio

Antonius

Antor

Antras

Antrex

Antrim

Antschi

Anttu 

Antuan

Antwan

Anty

Anu

Anubis  god that takes away the dead

Anuk

Anusch

Anuschka

Anusja

Anya

Anyak  “home”

Anza

Anzo

Anzu

Aoifa  eva’

Aoife

Aonghais

Ap

Apache Indian tribe; Parisian hoodlums

Apachi

Apachu

Apart

Aparte

Apasja

Apex

Aphasia 

Aphie

Aphra

Aphrodite  “risen from the foam”. Goddess of beauty and love; mother of Eros.

Aphrodites

Apke

Apo

Apoc

Apogee

Apoll

Apolla

Apollo  “destroy”. Son of Zeus, god of the sun, music and arts

Apollonia

Aponi

Apoyo  “support”

Appi

Appia

Appie

Applause

Apple

Applebey

Applejuice 

Appoll

Appollo

Appolo

Apprentice 

Appy

April  “to open”. 4th month, referring to opening of flowers in Spring

Apsu

Aquabelle

Aquarius  11th sign of the Zodiac

Aquavou

Aque

Aquila “eagle”

Aquilla  “genius”

Aquilo

Aquina

Aquino

Aquinta

Aquiva  “beauty”

Aquy

Ar

Ara

Arabella  “yeilding to pray”

Arabelle

Arabesque

Aracaya

Arachna  “spider”

Araf

Aragon

Aragorn out of the book Lord of the Rings

Arah

Arail

Arak  “bear”

Arakx

Aral

Aram

Araminta

Aramis 

Aran  from the Aran Islands, west of Ireland

Arancha

Arandora

Arani

Arank

Aranka  “made of gold”

Arankah  “golden girl”

Arantxa

Arany 

Aranyos

Arap

Arapaho

Arare

Aras

Arashy

Aratos

Arava

Arawn

Arax

Araz

Arazs

Arbandon

Arbella

Arbo

Arbok

Arbora

Arbra

Arbtis

Arby 

Arca

Arcan

Arch

Archer

Archi

Archibald

Archie  short form of Archibald, which means “genuinely bold”

Archil

Archimedes

Archy

Arcia

Arcin

Arco

Arcon

Arcos

Arctic

Ard

Arda

Ardagh

Ardan

Ardanwen

Ardency

Ardes

Ardi

Ardine

Ardley 

Ardo

Ardrine

Ardtje 

Ardy 

Arec

Aredine

Aref

Arek

Arel

Arella

Arena

Arenka

Areo

Ares  god of war

Aresia feminine form of Ares

Aretino

Arex

Arf-arf

Arfryn

Arga

Argant

Argent

Argo ship of the Argonauts

Argon  colourless gas

Argos  Odysseus’ dog

Argum  “silver”

Argus  mythological creature, giant with many eyes, guard of Io

Arha

Ari  “eager”

Aria  “song” or “melody”

Ariadne  “most holy”. Daughter of king Minos, let her lover Theseus escape from the labyrinth.

Arial

Ariana

Ariane

Ariba

Aribert

Aribo

Arie

Ariël

Ariel  “lion of God”. Spirit from ‘The Tempest’ by Shakespeare. Moon of Uranus. Character from the movie ‘The little mermaid’

Ariell

Arielle

Arien

Aries  “ram”. Sign of the zodiac. The ram that supplied the golden fleece in Greek mythology.

Ariese

Arieta

Arietta

Arif

Ariff

Arik

Arika

Arikara

Arila

Arimbo

Arin

Arina

Arinka

Arinyo

Arion

Aris

Arise

Arissa

Arista

Aristo

Aristocrate

Aristokrat

Aristotellis

Aristotle  philosopher

Arit

Arius denied the Divinity of Christ, convicted by the council of Nicea 325

Ariva

Ariyana

Ariza

Arizona state of USA

Arja

Arjan

Ark

Arka 

Arkan 

Arkanes

Arkansas

Arkasz

Arkham  the prison in the Batman Comics

Arkku

Arkle

Arko 

Arkon

Arkona

Arkos 

Arkou

Arkus

Arla

Arlecchino

Arlet

Arlett

Arletta

Arlette

Arlin

Arline

Arlo

Arlondo

Arma

Armageddon  town mentioned in the Apocalypse (Rev 16:16)

Arman

Armand 

Armanda  “fighter”

Armani

Armgard

Armika

Armin  “strong”

Arminius  Teutonic king, leader of the revolt against the Roman empire

Armondo

Armstrong

Arn

Arna

Arnaq  “woman, girl”

Arnaux

Arne

Arnesa

Arnhild

Arni

Arnia

Arnie

Arnika

Arnim

Arno 

Arnold  “eagle power”

Arnout

Arnoux

Arntrud

Arny

Árnyék

Aro

Aroek

Aroen fantasy name

Arohn

Arola

Arolas

Arolf

Aron  form of Aaron, the lightened”

Aronos

Aroon 

Aros

Arow

Arpa

Arpad  “seed”. Hungarian national hero. 9th century prince who lead the Magyars into Hungary.

Arpard

Arpatje

Arrak

Arran

Arras

Arrash

Arraskaan

Arrat

Arrax

Arrec

Arrek

Arrekeg

Arres

Arrex

Arri

Arria

Arribo

Arrie

Arrit

Arro

Arrok

Arrola

Arron

Arrow 

Arry

Ars

Arscha

Arschwa

Arsenal

Arsha

Arsno

Arson

Arsta

Art

Artair  “stone, bear”

Artan

Artax

Artemis  goddess of the moon and hunting.

Artemisia

Artemus

Artesien

Artex

Arth

Artha 

Arthos

Arthur  English king 6th century, famous for the round table

Arthus 

Arti

Artiar  “bear”

Artic

Artio

Artist

Arto

Artof

Arton

Artor

Artos

Artreo

Artschi

Artur

Arturo

Artus

Arty

Aruba Island near south America

Aruna

Arunya

Arus

Arusha

Arvak

Arvensis

Arvid  “eagle tree”

Arwen  from Lord of the Rings

Arwin

Arx

Ary

Aryana

Arza

Arzan

Arzis

Arzo

Arzu

As

Asa  “doctor”

Asaf

Asahi

Asan

Asap “as soon as possible”

Asarco

Asba

Asbach

Asbjoern

Asca

Ascan

Ascha

Aschi

Aschie

Aschja

Aschra

Aschran

Aschwin  “friend of Gods”

Ascia

Asco

Ascort

Ascot

Asdie

Ase

Åse 

Asgar

Asgard Asaheim, residence of the Teutonic gods

Ash “ash”

Asha

Ashal

Ashanti

Ashely

Asher  “happy”, “fortunate”; son of Jacob and Leah in Old Testament

Ashes

Ashford

Ashida

Ashira

Ashka

Ashla

Ashleca

Ashley  “ash clearing”, Old English.

Ashling

Ashlynn 

Ashmara

Ashmodee

Ashmore

Ashna

Ashra  “ten”

Ashwood

Asi

Asia 

Asieta

Asita

Asja

Asjar

Asjra 

Ask

Aska “ashes”

Askam

Askan

Askania

Askari

Askaro

Aske 

Askem

Asker

Asket

Askher

Askhim

Askhum

Aski

Askia

Askim 

Askin

Askit

Asko

Asky

Aslack

Aslak

Aslan

Asley

Asmalya

Asmar  “black”

Asmara capitel of Eritrea

Asmin

Asmos

Asmus

Aso  “dog”

Asoka

Asor

Aspa

Asparagus vegetable

Aspe

Aspen

Asphalt

Aspro “white”

Aspros

Aspy

Asra

Asrha

Ass

Assa

Assan

Assard

Asse

Asset

Assi

Assia

Assie

Assini

Assita

Assja

Asslak

Asslan

Asso

Assoer

Assor

Assou “dog”

Assuan

Assunta 

Asswan

Assy

Assya

Asta  “beautiful god”

Astabilaac

Astana

Astar

Astelle

Aster

Asteria

Asterix  “little start”; character from comic stories

Asti

Astie

Astin

Aston

Astor  “god Thor” .

Astra short for Astrithr (= “god beautiful)

Astraaike

Astral

Astri

Astrid 

Astrit

Astritt

Astrix

Astro

Astroa

Astronomo

Astuce  “know-how”

Asty

Aswann  “Black Stone”

Aswin

Asya

Asylum

Atak

Atalanta  powerful hunter”

Atara  “crown”. Biblical name of wife of Jerahmeel.

Ate

Ateela

Ates  “flame”

Atessa

Atfessa

Atfire

Athan 

Athaulf

Athea

Athena  goddess of wisdom and warfare.

Athene

Athlet

Athor  “God of joy”

Athos  mountain

Athur

Ati

Atice

Atif

Atika

Atila

Atilla

Atira

Atja

Atjeh

Atjerry

Atjoe

Atla

Atlanta

Atlantis Mythical city in the Mediterranean See

Atlar

Atlas  “bearer”. Mythical giant who was punished by being forced to carry the world

Atlatus

Atlet

Atlin

Atlo  “lot of courage”

Atoll

Atom

Atos

Atra

Atrack  Short for “attraction”

Atree

Atreju

Atreus

Atreyu from movie Never Ending Story

Atrice

Atrid

Atrin

Atta

Attacke

Atte

Attention

Atti

Attica

Atticus

Attie  “sweetheart”

Attika region around Athens

Attila king of the Hun, 5th century; scourge of God

Attilas

Atto

Attoecha city name

Atty

Atze

Atzel

Atztek

Aubaine  “good luck”

Aubrey 

Auckland

Aud

Auda

Audacity

Audax

Audi car brand

Audia

Audifax

Auditor

Audrey “noble strength”. 6th century saint, killed by a tumour on her neck.

Audrina

Audry

Auggie

Augie

Augten form of August 10

August 8 month, after Roman emperor

Augustus “great” or “venerable”. Roman emperor and three kings of Poland

Auka

Auke

Aukje

Aula

Aura

Auralie

Aurasi

Aurason

Aurelie “golden”

Aurenna

Aureole

Auria

Aurikel

Aurora “dawn”. goddess of dawn

Auski

Aussie short for “Australian”

Austen

Austin contraction of Augustine

Austri

Ausweg

Auther

Autor

Autumn “fall” the season

Auyenna

Auzsha

Ava  “water”

Avain

Avalanche

Avalon

Avance

Avancy

Avanti

Avar

Ave

Aveleen  “hazel”

Aventi  “go”

Averil  “bear”, “battle”

Avery

Aveyron

Avir 

Avis “bird”

Avita

Avium

Aviv “spring”

Awa

Awal

Awel

Awela

Awina

Awra

Ax

Axa

Axan

Axe

Axel “divine reward” or form of Absalom

Axelle

Axi

Axis

Axja

Axl

Axle

Axo

Axs

Ay Man

Aya

Ayacura

Ayakura

Ayala  player of soccer club Valencia

Ayatoshi

Ayax

Aybo

Ayca

Aycka

Aycko

Ayda  in the moon

Aydin

Aydios

Aydos

Aye 

Ayesha “she”

Aygo  car type of Toyota

Ayk

Ayka

Ayke

Ayko

Ayla  godness

Aylah  “born in the morning”

Ayleen

Aylen 

Aynil

Ayok

Aypa

Ayreon Hardrockband

Ayres

Ayrish

Ayrton

Aysa

Ayscha

Aysha

Ayshah

Aysia

Aytra

Ayung

Ayur  “to live”

Ayvi

Ayya

Aza

Azabuche 

Azah

Azar

Azaria  “helped by God”

Azazel

Azeem  “the great”

Azeka

Azenta

Azerty first six letter keys of certain keyboard

Azia

Azigo 

Azim

Azina

Azira

Azius

Aziz  “loved one”

Aziza

Azizi

Azko

Azlan  lion

Azlo

Azoel

Azor

Azra

Azrael “God helps”. Angel who separates soul from body upon death.

Azrah

Azrean

Aztec

Azul  “heaven blue”

Azura

Azure  “blue”

Azuree

Azuro

Azurra

Azurrra

Azza

Azzaro

Azzo

Azzof

Azzura

Azzuri

Azzuro

Azzy

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