101 girl names that start with the letter A

When choosing your baby’s name there are many things to take into account. A name is for life, so it is a decision that has to be carefully considered by parents. We begin our journey through the fascinating world of names for your baby 101 baby girl names starting with the letter A.

If you like the sound of this letter, we give you more than a hundred ideas of names for your baby.

  • Abigail : derives from Hebrew and means “source of joy”.
  • Abir : Arabic name that means “fragrance”.
  • April : Latin origin from “aprilis” name of the month of April.
  • Ada : short form of Adelaida, which means Germanic origin and means “of noble lineage”.
  • Adaya : of Hebrew origin, it means “adornment of Yahweh”.
  • Adela : name of Germanic origin means “Noble”.
  • Adelina : variant of Adela.
  • Adriana : feminine form of the name Adrián, which means “The woman from the sea” or “the one who comes from the Adriatic Sea.”
  • Adara : derives from the Hebrew Adar-a, the most beautiful. It means “beauty”.
  • Adoration : of Latin origin, it evokes the adoration of the wise men of the East to Jesus Christ in Bethlehem.
  • Africa : of Greek origin, it means exposed to the sun or warm.
  • Aphrodite : of Greek origin, it means “born from the foam of the sea.”
  • Agate : of Greek origin, derived from the Greek “agathê”, its meaning is “kind.”
  • Agara : name of Hebrew origin that means “flight”
  • Agnes : French and Catalan form of Agnes, meaning “chaste”.
  • Agueda : of Greek origin, it means “good”. Variant of Agate.
  • Agustina : name of Latin origin that reflects, nobility, honesty and honesty.
  • Aida : of Arabic origin, it means “distinguished, generous”.
  • Aina : Catalan form of Anna, of Hebrew origin and meaning “favor, grace”.
  • Ainara : means “swallow” in Basque.
  • Aymara : medieval name
  • Aines : of Greek origin, it means “pure, chaste”. Its equivalent in Spanish is Inés.
  • Ainhoa : of Basque origin, it means “the one of the fertile land”.
  • Aintza : Basque equivalent of Gloria. Variant: Aintzane.
  • Aitana : Basque form of the name Gloria.
  • Aixa : of Arabic origin, it means “vital or active woman”.
  • Akela : Hawaiian form of Adela.
  • Alaia : means “happy” in Basque. Variants: Alaikari, Alaiñe.
  • Alba : of Latin origin, and means “Aurora”, “Dawn”, “white and shining”, “that which was born with the first light of dawn”.
  • Albane : feminine equivalent of the name in Castilian Albano. Variant: Albiñe.
  • Alberta : of Germanic origin, feminine variant of “Alberto”, it means “illustrious, noble”.
  • Alejandra : is the feminine form of Alejandro, which means “defender of men.” A classic girl’s name that rings again.
  • Alessia : Italian variant of Alessandra.
  • Alexia : variant of Alessa, of Greek origin, means “defender”.
  • Alfonsina : Italian feminine form of Alfonso, it means “warrior prepared for combat”.
  • Aloha : in Hawaiian it is used as a greeting, but it means “friendship”.
  • Alice : of Greek origin, it means “true”.
  • Alma : of Latin origin, it means “Kind”, “Gentle”, “All spirituality”. Pasión Vega or Alejandro Sanz chose this name for their girls.
  • Almudena : of Arab origin, it comes from “al-mudayna” (“the citadel”, diminutive of madina, “city”).
  • Alondra : means “The one that is melodious”
  • Altair : of Arabic origin, its meaning is “bird”.
  • Altea : of Greek origin, it means “healthy”.
  • Amaia or Amaya : means “beginning of the end”.
  • Amal : Arabic name that means “hope”.
  • Amalia : of Greek origin, it means one who is tender and weak.
  • Amanda : derives from Latin and means “Kind”.
  • Amandine : means “adorable, worthy of love” in French.
  • Amara : of Greek origin, it comes from ‘Amaranths’, from the amaranth flower (a type of plant) that means “eternal life”. Climb the popularity charts in the United States, England, and Germany.
  • Amaris : of Hebrew origin, it means “daughter of the moon”.
  • Amber : of Arabic origin, it means “that of delicious perfume”.
  • Amelia : variant of Amalia, whose meaning is “work”.
  • America : of Germanic origin, it comes from “aimeringus”, which means “lord in his homeland”.
  • Amina : of Arabic origin, it means “loyal”, “believer”.
  • Amira : name of Arabic origin, means “princess, sovereign”.
  • Amparo : of Latin origin, it means “preserve, protect”.
  • Ana : of Hebrew origin, it means “Compassionate”, “Merciful”.
  • Anabela : derives from the Italian Annabella, it means “beautiful”, “pretty”.
  • Anaïs : another Catalan variant of Anna.
  • Anastasia : name of one of the Disney princesses and of the famous singer, it means “She who has the strength to resurrect or raise up”.
  • Andrea : of Greek origin, it means, “brave, brave”.
  • Aneu : of Basque and Celtic origin, it refers to the Virgin of Aneu.
  • Angela : feminine version of Angel, which means “messenger”.
  • Angeles : name of Greek origin, variant of Angela, means “messenger”.
  • Angelica : means angelic, related to angels.
  • Angelina : diminutive of Angeles and also variant in English.
  • Antia : of Greek origin, it means “florida”. Variant: Suede
  • Antonella : Italian name that means “woman of great value”.
  • Antonia : of Latin origin, it means “florida”.
  • Annunciation : of Latin origin, it means “to announce” and refers to the appearance of the Archangel Gabriel to the Virgin Mary.
  • Anya : Russian diminutive of Anna, which means “the one with grace and compassion.”
  • Ara : means “altar” or “stone of sacrifices”
  • Araceli : of Latin origin, it derives from Ara and means “Altar of the sky”.
  • Arantza : Marian invocation of Ainhoa. Variant: Arantxa.
  • Arantzazu : Basque name that means “mountain range of abundant thorns”.
  • Arene : of Greek origin, it means “pure and holy”
  • Aretxa : means “oak” in Basque.
  • Argentina : of Latin origin, it means “silver”.
  • Ariadna : comes from the ancient Greek (Ariádnē) which means “very pure, very holy”.
  • Ariel : although it is a unisex name, Ariel was a name that began to be given to girls in the 90s, coinciding with the premiere of the mythical Disney movie “The Little Mermaid”.
  • Arlet : of Hebrew origin, it means “Lion of God or Altar of God”.
  • Aroa : of Germanic origin, it means “good person, of good will”
  • Artemis : in Greek mythology, goddess of forest hunting. Also goddess of the Moon. Variant Artemis.
  • Arya : has become one of the favorite names for her girls among the most fans of Game of Thrones.
  • Astrid : of Greek origin and refers to “the strength of God”.
  • Assumption : comes from Latin and evokes the religious mystery of the ascension of the Virgin Mary.
  • Asunta : derives from Latin and comes from the verb to assume, to attract.
  • Audrey : of Germanic origin, it means “the one of noble strength”.
  • Augusta : of Latin origin, it means “Venerable”.
  • Aura : of Latin origin, it means “breath, life or existence”.
  • Aurelia : of Latin origin, feminine variant of Aurelio, means “golden, resplendent”.
  • Aurora : popular name between 1920 and 1940, which has been used again since 2010. Of Latin origin, it refers to sunrise.
  • Ava : of Hebrew origin is an English variant of Eva and means “to give life”.
  • Avis : it was a popular name during the Middle Ages, associated with the Latin “avis”, which means “birds”.
  • Aya : Arabic name derived from “ayah”, which is the short and numbered verse or division of the different sections of the Koran.
  • Ayelén : Mapuche name that means “joy”.
  • Ayla : of Turkish origin, it means “moonlight”.
  • Aysel : of Turkish origin, it means “like the moon”
  • Azahara : Arabic name that means “luminous, beautiful person like a flower”.
  • Azucena : name of Arabic origin, its meaning is “lily”.

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