Would you like your daughter's name to start with the letter?A? Maybe it's a family tradition, or do you really like the sound of the lyrics? You've come to the right place for inspiration, because we've compiled a list of popular, beautiful, cute and beautiful, unique and rare, and even biblical girl names - all starting with A!
Popular girl names starting withA
If you're looking for a trendy nickname for your daughter, choose a popular name that will easily fit her generation. According to recent statistics, these are the most popular female names that begin withA:
1.Of.This modern spelling of the name Eve has entered the popular list in the 21st century. A famous bearer of the name was actress Ava Gardner.
2.amelie. This variant of Amalia became popular in England in the 18th century and then in the United States in the early 21st century. A famous bearer of this name was Amelia Earhart, the first woman to fly a solo plane across the Atlantic.
3.Abigail. This biblical name means 'My Father is joy' in Hebrew. The name appears in the Old Testament. The name went out of fashion before being revived in the 20th century.
4.very. This name that is often consideredunisex, came from a Norman French surname. It may also be related to the male names Alberich or Alfred.
5.Aries. This name means "song" or "melody" in Italian and refers to vocal solos in operas. The name came into use in the United States in the 20th century. Interestingly, it is not a common name in Italy, making it a unique choice. Aria may also be a variant spelling of the Persian name Arya, meaning "noble". This version also appears at number 17 on this list.
6.aurora. In Latin, this name refers to dawn and was the name of the Roman goddess of the morning. It has been known as a name since the Renaissance, but gained popularity in the United States in 2019.
7.Aubrey. It was common as an English male name in the Middle Ages, but came into use as a female name in the 1970s. It is the Norman-French form of the German name Alberich, meaning "goblin" and "ruler". In German mythology, Alberich was a magical king of the dwarves. This may be a unique option for your daughter if she is looking for a name with magical or mystical ties.
8.Addison. This name literally means "son of Adam" and was used strictly as a surname until it became popular asgirl nameMid 1990s. Here's a good idea: you might consider this name an "A" for your daughter if her father's name is Adam.
9.audrey. This very traditional name dates back to medieval times. In Old English it means "noble" and "strength". The name fell out of favor for a while, until it was revived in the 19th century. One famous user was actress Audrey Hepburn.
10AND. This very traditional name has biblical roots in the name Hannah, which means 'grace' in Hebrew. The variant spelling of the name became popular among Christians after Saint Anne.
11ariana. This name is the Portuguese version of the Greek name Ariadna, which means "Holy of Holies". Ariadne is also a character in Greek mythology known for helping Theseus escape a monster called the Minotaur. A famous bearer of the name is singer Ariana Grande.
12aaliyah. This Arabic name is the feminine version of the name Aali, which means 'high', 'exalted' or 'exalted'. The name gained popularity after R&B singer Aaliyah.
13Alice. The name comes from the old French name Aalis, which has Germanic roots in the name Adalheidis, meaning 'noble kind'. The name has been popular in England and France since the 12th century. It was revived in the 19th century based on the novel by Lewis Carroll.Alice in Wonderland.
14Allison. Originally, this name was a surname meaning "son of Alan" or "son of Alexander". It was used as a male first name until the mid-20th century. It later became a variant spelling of the female name Alison, a diminutive of Alice.
15.Herbst. This is another name for autumn, derived from the Latin wordHerbst. It has been popular as a girl's name since the 1960s, for example if your daughter is born in the fall it is a good name choice.
sixteen.adelina. A variant spelling of the name Adelina, derived from the wordLearn, which means "noble". Other spellings are Adalyn and Addilyn.
17arya. This Persian name simply means "noble". In some countries, Arya is a gender-neutral name, so you can use it for either a boy or a girl. The recent surge in popularity could be due to Arya being a main character in the TV series.To War Two Thrones.
18Athenscan you see itname from greek mythology. Athena was the goddess of wisdom and war and the patroness of the Greek capital, Athens. According to myth, she was born fully formed as an adult after emerging from the head of her father Zeus, king of the gods.
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Cute girl names that start withA
You have many options for cute names for girls starting withA, as the text sounds quite nice. Enjoy these vibrant nicknames from Adrianna to Astrid.
19Adriana. This feminine form of Hadrian derives from the name Hadrian, which is probably better known as the name of a famous Roman Emperor. Two cities in Italy and on the Adriatic are named after him. Other spelling variants of the female version of the name include Adriana with n and Adrienne. Diminutives include Adria and Drina.
20Alain. This variant of Alana can also be spelled Alayna. The female name was derived from the male name Alan, which originated in Brittany, France and can mean "little stone".
21Alanis. This beautiful girl's name is another play on the male name Alan, albeit a much more unique and rare one. A famous bearer of this name is singer Alanis Morissette.
22alejandra. This name is the feminine form of Alexander and a name from Greek mythology. Famous bearers of the name are saints and kings.
23alegre. In Italian, this beautiful girl's name means 'joyful' or 'alive'. Anyone familiar with sheet music will also recognize this term.alegre, is used to describe the tempo at which the piece is to be played, i.e. H. merry! What a great name choice for a family of musicians or music lovers, or just that girl you hope is happy and vivacious for the rest of her life.
24Amanda. The female version of the Latin male name Amandus means 'lovable' or 'lovable'. Only in the 17th century was it used as a girl's name. It became even more common in the 19th century. Your baby is sure to be adorable, so why not look for a suitable name?
25Bernstein. This name is based on the gem formed from fossilized tree resin. It is also the word for the specific brownish/reddish color of the gemstone. Some believe that the word itself is of Arabic origin.
26Apollonia. With ancient Greek origins, this name is based on the Greek god of the sun and light, Apollo. Some believe the name comes from the name of the Anatolian god Appaliunas, meaning "lion father" or "light father". With a name like that, his daughter carries the spirit of a lioness!
27mugwort. In Greek, this name probably means "safe". It was also the name of the goddess of the moon and the hunt, who was Apollo's twin sister. If you have and need twinstwin names, you might consider mating Apollonia and Artemis.
28Astrid. This modern spelling of the Old Norse name Ástríðr combines the meanings "God" and "beautiful" or "beloved". The name has grown in popularity over the last few years, and that's no wonder, as it sounds quite trendy. What better name could there be for your beautiful, beloved daughter?
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Cute and cute names for girls starting withA
Girl names starting withAit can also be cute and cute. Whether it sounds lovely like the name Aarti or sweet like Anika which means 'splendid', you are spoiled for choice!
29aarti. This beautiful and short Sanskrit Hindi name refers to the ancient ritual of lighting lamps or candles as offerings to various Hindu Gods. is similar to the wordpretentious, so this might be a good name choice if you're expecting an aspiring artist.
30Monastery. This is just one of several diminutives for Abigail, a biblical name meaning "My Father is joy" in Hebrew. (Abigail is number three on our list ofPopular girl names starting with A.) Variant spellings include Abby, Abbi, and Abbie.
31adria. This is the cutest and shortest form of the name Adriana to appear on our list ofCute girl names starting with A, written with two "n". It is the female version of the male name Adrian.
32.aggie. Short for Agnes or Agatha, this name is a cute choice for your daughter. In Greek, Agnes means chaste and Agatha means good. Both names have religious connotations, but the short version is just too cute to resist.
33.alda. Like the feminine form of the masculine name Aldo, this name is short and sweet for a girl. The name has Germanic roots and means "old" or "noble". It's used a lot in Portugal and Italy, but why not bring it to the United States?
34.Alia. This sweet girl's name has both German and Arabic roots. In German it means "other" and in Arabic it means "heaven", "heaven" or "height". It can also be spelled Alya.
35.Anika. This name is used as a diminutive of Anna in countries such as Germany, Denmark and Poland. It is also the feminine form of the Hindi name Anik, which means "army" or "magnificence" in Sanskrit.
36.anuk. This beautiful name is a Dutch and French diminutive of the name Anna, which is derived from the Bible as Hannah, which means 'favor' or 'grace' in Hebrew.
37.Aster. Beautiful and rare, the name aster comes from the name of the flower, which comes from the Greek wordstar, which means "star".
38.Avril. this is thatFrench form of girl nameApril. The name may be of Latin origin from the verb meaning "to open". Since the name also refers to the month of April, naming your baby Avril might be a good idea if your baby is born in April.
39.Mond. This beautiful Turkish girl's name combines the wordsesjSohn, meaning "moon" and "water", respectively.
Unique and rare girl names starting withA
If you want your baby to stand out from the crowd, consider a unique name that starts withA, like Aksana or Anissa. Our list contains many cute and beautiful names that still offer uniqueness to your little girl.
40the car. That's itunique name for girlsit may look modern, but it is actually quite ancient and appears in the New Testament. Means "meadow" in Hebrew.
41.Aimee. This is the French form of the name Amy, which means "beloved". However, it can also be written without an accent if you want it to be pronounced "AY-mee" instead of the French pronunciation "EH-MEH". Although the accent makes it sound unique and weird, both pronunciations are beautiful.
42.accent. A Belarusian form of the Greek name Xenia, meaning "hospitality", you may recognize this name from its more common spellings, Oksana or Oxana.
43.Alethea. This name originated in the 16th century and means “truth” in Greek.
44.Alvina. The feminine form of Alvin, this name means "old friend" in Old English. The name may also have Scandinavian roots. It can also be spelled Alvena.
45.Amethyst. This feminine name comes from the name of the purple gem. It derives from the Greek word for "intoxicated" because, interestingly, the gem was believed to cure intoxication. However, amethyst is also the birthstone of February. Thus, you can give your baby this unique name if he is born in the second month of the year.
46.Anemone. This rare girl's name comes from the anemone flower, sometimes called the buttercup or windflower. The word itself derives from the Greek word for "wind". If you are deciding on a floral name for your daughter, you can also check out our list.florist names.
47.anisa. This is an alternate spelling of the Arabic name Anisa, derived from the male name Anis, meaning "friendly". Not only is it a cute name for your daughter, but it's also unusual. She will likely be the only girl in the class with that name.
48.pomegranate. This unique girl name that starts withAis the medieval variant of Honora, linked to the late Latin name Honorius, meaning "honor, dignity, prestige".
49.ayelet. This Hebrew feminine name means 'doe' or 'gazelle'. It derives from an expression meaning "morning gazelle", referring to the morning star. What a unique name with a beautiful meaning for your baby!
50Azur. In Italian, that's the word for "blue", but not just any blue. The blue sky is like the sky or the water of the Mediterranean Sea. Name your daughter Azzurra (ad-DZOOR-ra) if you want to be reminded of that beautiful color every time you call her name.
unisex names starting withA
If you are new to your baby's gender or prefer a unisex name, the letterAoffers many options that work for any genre!
51.abimbola. In the Yoruba language, this African name means 'born rich', but your child doesn't have to be born rich to be given such a unique name, or perhaps he will be born with the wealth of his parents' love!
52.acacia. This name derives from the acacia tree. the word in greekacaciameans "thorn" or "point". The name is also rare and unique. Pronounce ә-KAY-shә.
53.Adair. That's itunisex nameIt was originally an English surname derived from the male name Edgar, which means "luck" and "spear" in Old English.
54.Ainsley. This nickname was originally a surname and consisted of two names of towns in England. The word itself comes from Old English and means "lonely" and "forest". As aname inspired by natureIt's a good option if you are a nature lover.
55.alexis. This name means "helper" or "defender" in Greek and became popular as a girl's name in the late 1990's. Although several saints bear this name, you can associate this name with the adorable character Alexis from the sitcom.Cala de Schitt.
56.allyn. This is considered to be a variant spelling or feminized version of the male name Alan, which is believed to have originated in Brittany, France.
57.Amani. This Arabic name means "desires". As a new parent, you probably have a lot of wishes for your child, so this is the perfect choice.
58.arlie. This cute diminutive of Arline works for any gender. There's a casual, fun atmosphere.
59.ashes. Ashley was originally a boy's name until the 1960s. It later became popular as a girl's name, peaking in the United States in 1991. Originally a surname, Ashley means "wiping from ashes" in Old English. Variant spellings include Ashlee or Ashleigh.
60Asuka. This cute and elegant Japanese name has many possible meanings including morning, smell, fly or bird.
Biblical female names starting withA
You don't have to be religious to appreciate biblical baby names, as they tend to be classic, unique, or have interesting meanings. Choose one that starts with an A for your baby's name if you like the options below!
61.Abia. This is a different spelling ofbiblical nameAbijah, which means “my father is Yahweh” in Hebrew – Yahweh is the name of God. The name is used in the Bible for both men and women, making the name unisex as well.
62.Ada. This biblical name means "jewel" in Hebrew. Pronounced like the name Ada, theHThe version was used by two women in the Old Testament. This would be a lovely name to bestow on your daughter.
63.Adina. Originally this was a male name found in the Old Testament, but it is used as a female name in modern Hebrew. It simply means "tender" which is the perfect meaning for a little girl.
64.Anat. This is a variant spelling of the biblical name Anat found in the Old Testament. It means "answer". Originally a masculine name, it is sometimes used as a feminine name today, making it a unique choice.
Sixty-five.Apia. This Greek name was derived from a Hebrew name, probably meaning "to grow". The name is mentioned in the New Testament. What a special name for a girl who is expanding her family unit!
66.Adler. This name means "eagle" in Latin and was used as a family name in Roman times. In the New Testament, Aquila is a man. But nowadays, the name is considered unisex, so it works well for girls too.
67.Arielle. In Hebrew, this unisex name means "Lion of God". The name was also used as an alternative name for the city of Jerusalem in the Old Testament. William Shakespeare used the name of a spiritual figure in his play.The storm. However, many will associate the name with that of Disney.Little Mermaid.
68.The Astoret. This is the Hebrew name of the Phoenician goddess of fertility, love and war. It is also the name of a city mentioned in the Bible. A cute nickname for your baby can be Ash.
69.on the porta. Atarah, which means "crown" in Hebrew, is mentioned in the Old Testament. If you want to imagine your daughter as a little princess with a crown or tiara, choose this one.good sounding name.
70.an important. This is an alternate spelling of the biblical name Abital, which means "My Father is the dew of the night" in Hebrew. Abital is also David's fifth wife. With that name, a cute nickname for her baby could be Avi.
the end result
Did you find a perfect A+ name for your baby on this list? If not, we have plenty of articles for you to get inspired. check out ourinternational baby namesor continue with the alphabet and read ourGirl names starting with B.for even more great ideas.
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