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Name Meaning Origin Popularity Other Gender
Aaltje
Aaliyah

Highly regarded

Arabic

Aaliya

Rising, ascending

Hebrew

Aagje

Good, honorable

Greek

Aafje

One of the magical beings

Dutch

Aaricia

Proud, distinguished, noble princess

Scandinavian

Aanandini
Aalya

Sublime

Arabic

Abaigael

Father of exaltation

Hebrew

Abagil

Father of exaltation

Hebrew

Abageal

Father of exaltation

Hebrew

Abagale

Father of exaltation

Hebrew

Abagail

Father of exaltation

Hebrew

Abagael

Father of exaltation

Hebrew

Aba
Aayshah

Alive and well

Arabic

Aarona

Mountain of strength

Hebrew

Abarrane

Father of many

Hebrew

Abame

Father of many; father of many; example, lesson; girl born on Tuesday

Hebrew

Adelaida

Noble kind

German

Abalina

Hebrew

Adelaid
Abalene

Hebrew

Adelade

Noble kind

German

Adela

Noble

German

Adel

God is eternal

Hebrew

Adefunmike
Adefunke
Adeeva

Polite, considerate

Hebrew

Adeera

Strong, noble, powerful

Hebrew

Adeena

Noble, gentle, delicate

Hebrew

Adeen

Noble, gentle, delicate

Hebrew

Adeeba

Cultured, refined

Arabic

Adeana

Delicate and slender; noble, gentle, delicate

Hebrew

Ade

Noble

German

Adelais

Noble kind

German

Adelaide

Noble one

German

Adelicia

Noble kind

German

Adelice

Noble kind; noble, exalted

German

Adelia

Noble; noble kind

German

Adelheid

Noble kind

German

Adelgise

Noble, precious promise

German

Adelfa

Beloved sister

Greek

Adelei

Noble kind

German

Adele

Noble; noble kind; noble, soft, tender

German

Adelajda

Noble kind

German

Adelis

Noble kind

German

Adeline

Noble one

German

Adelinde

Noble, soft, tender

German

Adelinda

Noble, soft, tender

German

The letter A is the start of it all, the first step into the great wide world of the English and Latin alphabets and languages. Baby girl names that start with A have a similar sense of new beginning, names fit for those starting on the path of this wondrous journey we call life.

If you take a look at the U.S baby name charts, A names for girls are trending hard with Ava, Amelia, and Avery making their presence known. Parents are loving on girl names that start with A, a gentle letter that typically leads to soft sounds and dainty feelings as seen in Aubrey and Alanna. With the current vowel name trend, it’s likely that baby girl names starting with A will continue to rock the charts for years to come.

Of course, there are still plenty of both unique and cute girl names that start with A as well like Amelie, Aniya, and Alora.. Thanks to its appearance in other languages, A is a versatile letter, creating girls names that crosses cultural boundaries with ease. It’s a one size fits all letter, weaving in and out of origins and popularity alike. Don’t be afraid of the popularity of girl names that start with A to look a little closer. You just might find a stunning girl name that starts with a for your little princess.