Alphabet A

African

Aba - Born on a Thursday

Sanskrit

Aditi - Boundless' or 'limitless' or 'innocence

Sanskrit

Anusha - Beautiful morning Or Star

Hebrew

Abby - My father's joy

Hebrew

Abira - Strong

Greek

Acantha - Thorny

Greek

Agatha - The Good

Latin

Aimee - Beloved

Hebrew

Alisa - Variant of Alice

Spanish

Almira - Princess

Latin

Avis - A Bird

Latin

Astra - Starlike

Scandinavian

Astrid - Impulsive in Love

Latin

April - To Open Up

Germanic

Ada - Prosperous, Happy

Germanic

Abbie - Joy

Greek

Azalea - Spared by Jehovah

Latin

Augusta - The Exalted, Sacred

Greek

Agnes - The Good

Greek

Airlia - Ethereal

Latin

Angelica - Mssenger of God or angel

Spanish

Alejandra - Defender of mankind

Indian

Akshara - Imperishable Or Strong

Hebrew

Anushka - Grace

Latin

Angel - a person of exemplary conduct or virtue

Arabic

Amira - Princess” in Arabic

Hebrew

Abigail - Source of Joy

Latin

Amorita - Beloved

Sanskrit

Amrita - Immortality

Indian

Arpita - Devoted / dedicated to someone

American

Anakin - warrior

German

Arya - Noble one

Greek

Andi - clearing with a hermitage

Hebrew

Abigail - Source of Joy

Hebrew

Aaliyah - Heavens

Irish

Aileen - Bright, shining one

Irish

Aisling - Vision

Greek

Azalea - Basically a beautiful flower name

Old English

Arlo - Between two highlands

Sanskrit

Anurathi - Consent

Indian

Anshula - Sunny

Indian

Anokhi - Unique

Hindi

Anchitha - Honoured

Indian

Anathi - Modest and respectful

Indian

Anaga - Sinless

Indian

Akalka - Pure, Free from impurity

Indian

Adrija - Goddess Parvathi

Sanskrit

Acira - Belief

Hindu

Abja - Born in water

Indian

Abhinithi - Friendship

Sanskrit

Achala - Constant always

Indian

Aashna - The one who is devoted to love

Arabic

Aamaal - Hope and Aspirations

Scandinavia

Aina - Mirror

Indian

Anjana - Very Gracious gift by god

Indian

Alokhya - Light of God

Indian

Arshitha - Diving or Heavenly

Indian

Akansha - Wish

Indian

Aashna - The one who is devoted to love

Indian

Aslesha - Group of stars

Indian

Aaratrika - Lamp lit for goddess Tulasi

Indian

Abhidi - Bright and radiant

Indian

Ardika - Beautiful Mountain

Indian

Amada - Beloved

Indian

Apeksha - Expectations

Indian

Aapti - Fulfilment

Indian

Alini - Life

Indian

Aashirya - From the land of god

Indian

Anvi - Goddess of forest

Arabic

Atikah - Peace

Indian

Aryahi - A name that refers to ‘Goddess Durga’

Indian

Anala - Fire

Indian

Anaya - God answers

Indian

Aaeza - beautiful

Arabic

Arsheeya - Girl

Arabic

Ancu - Grace, mark

Indian

Aapu - Pure

English

Aana - Young, most precious

Indian

Anjali - Hands folded together

Indian

Anita - Grace” and “favor

Indian

Azalea - Sometimes fragrant flowers

Indian

Aapshi - Fragrance

Indian

Aaradhana - Worship; Adoration

Indian

Aantika - Older sister

Indian

Aaradhyay - Belief, Respect

Indian

Aaranya - God of Parvati

Arabic

Aarifa - Women who recognize Islam

Indian

Aarini - Adventurous

Indian

Aashmeen - Jasmine, Flower

Indian

Aashna - Devoted to love

Arabic

Abiha - Belief; Respect

Indian

Adviti - Unique

Indian

Adwaitha - Non duality, One without a second

Arabic

Afeefa - Honest, Upright

Arabic

Afia - Vigor; Good health; Well being

Arabic

Afroze - Enlightening

Arabic

Aftaab - The Sun

Arabic

Afza - Most excellent

Indian

Agrima - Leadership

Indian

Ahana - Born during the day

Indian

Ahilya - Maiden

Indian

Ahimsa - Nonviolent virtue; Nonviolence

Latin

Aida - Visiting; Returning

Indian

Aindrila - Female star

Indian

Aishna - Desire, Wish

Sanskrit

Aiswarya - prosperity

Indian

Aiya - Miracle, Verses in the Quran

Indian

Akarshana - Attraction

African

Akia - Sister

Japanese

Akira - Graceful strength

Indian

Akriti - Shape, Form, Figure, Appearance

Indian

Akshada - Blessings of God

Indian

Akshi- Abode; Existence

Indian

Aksheeti - Victorious peace

Indian

Amisha - Beautiful

Indian

Amitiyoti - Limitless brightness

Indian

Amreena - Sky, Beautiful Warrior

Indian

Anahata - Far of Pain

Indian

Anala - Goddess of fire

Indian

Anandita- Happy

Indian

Aneesa - Without darkness

Indian

Anjaline

Indian

Anjana - Dusky; Mother of Lord Hanuman

Indian

Anju - One who lives in the heart , Beloved

Arabic

Aziz - Beloved, Friend, Comrade, Dear

Arabic

Azma - Blessing of Allah

Arabic

Azza - Young, Female gazelle

Arabic

Azmina- Fortunate

Indian

Ayushmati - One who has a long life

Indian

Ayati - Majesty, Dignity, Royal

Indian

Anu Keerthi - Atom

Indian

Ayanna - Innocent

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