A names

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AaronAdamAdele – AdrianAdriannaAgnessaAlanAlba – AlejandraAlejandroAlfonsoAliceAlineÁlvaroAmandaAmandine – AmauryAmelia – AmyAnandaAnastasios – AndersonAndreaAndrew – Andúril

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Ang – Angela – Angelina – Angelito – Angus – Anna – Anthony – April – Aquila – Ariel – Arnie – Arturo – ArvinAsher –  Ashley – Astrid – Augusto – AustinAutumnAvery – AycanAyoub

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Aaron

  • From:  the Hebrew name אַהֲרֹן (‘Aharon) which is most likely of unknown Egyptian origin. Other theories claim a Hebrew derivation.
  • Meaning: Suggested meaning from the probable Hebrew derivation include: “high mountain” and “exalted”
  • Quenya: Aroronto ([Ar-]+oron+{o} = [prefix stem of noble, lofty]+mountain+{masculine names suffix} OR Arto (arta+{o} = exalted, lofty, noble+{masculine names suffix}



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Adam

  • From: Hebrew אָדָם (Adam)
  • Meaning: Man. It may have some connection with אֲדָמָה (‘adamah) “earth”, since Adam was formed from the soil by God.
  • Quenya: Atan (atan= Man) NOTE: Atan means the race as a whole. It means literally “The Second Folk”, an elvish name for Mortal Men, the second-born of Ilúvatar.



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Adele

  • From: English feminine form of Adèle on its turn, a variant of Adela containing the Germanic element adal.
  • Meaning: Noble
  • Quenya: Artië (arta+[ië] = adj. noble+[feminine names suffix])

Artië
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Adrian

  • From: Form of Latin HADRIANVS
  • Meaning: From Hadria (town in northern Italy that gave its name to the Adriatic Sea). There are several ideas concerning the etymology of the city’s name Adria. One theory is that it derives from Illyrian (Venetic  word adur, ‘water’, ‘sea’.)
  • Quenya: Eärello (ëar+[llo] = sea+[ablative suffix meaning 'from'])


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Adrianna

  • From: Feminine form of Latin HADRIANVS
  • Meaning: See Adrian entry here
  • Quenya: Eärellë (ëar+[llo]+{ë} = sea+[ablative suffix meaning 'from']+{feminine names suffix})



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Agnessa

  • From: Russian form of AGNES which is the latinized form of Greek name ‘Αγνη (Hagne), derived from Greek ‘αγνος (hagnos).
  • Meaning: Chaste
  • Quenya: Poicë (poica+[ë] = adj. pure, clean+[feminine names suffix])


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Alan

  • From: Possibly Breton, not known for sure
  • Meaning: Little rock or handsome
  • Quenya: Sardo (sar+[o] = small stone+[masculine names suffix]) or Vanimo (vanima+[o] = beautiful, fair+[masculine names suffix])



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Alba

  • From: Italian and Spanish Feminine name deriving from two distinct names Alba (coming from Latin) and Alba (coming from Ancient Germanic)
  • Meaning: In Latin, Alba means “white, bright”. In Germanic, Alba contains the element alb meaning “elf”
  • Quenya: Ninquë (ninquë = adj. white) OR Eldië (elda+[ië] = elf+[feminine names suffix])

Ninquë Eldië

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Alejandra

  • From: Feminine of latinized form of Greek name Αλεξανδρος (Alexandros). Variants include: Sandra, Alessandra, Aleksandrina, Alex, Alexa, Alessa, Alastríona, Sascha, Sashka, Saundra, Alexandra, etc.
  • Meaning: See Alejandro entry here
  • Quenya: Atanvarnië (atan+varno+[ië] = man+defender+[feminine names suffix])

Atanvarnië

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Alejandro

  • From: Latinized form of the Greek name Αλεξανδρος (Alexandros)
  • Meaning: Defending men. From Greek αλεξω (alexo) “to defend, help” and ανηρ (aner) “man” (genitive ανδρος). Other variants include: Alexander, Alexandros, Alexandre, Alexandro. Alexandru, Alessandro, Alexandr, Alesander and so on.
  • Quenya: Atanvarno (atan+varno = man+defender)



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Alfonso

  • From: Spanish and Italian form of a Visigothic Germanic name derived from the element adal with funs. Other theories claim the first element is hadu or hild.
  • Meaning: Adal means “noble”, funs “ready” and hadu or hild “battle”
  • Quenya: Manwarto (manwa+arta+[o] = adj. ready+adj. noble+[masculine names suffix]) OR Manwohton (manwa+ohta+[on] = adj. ready+n. war, battle+[masculine names suffix])

Manwarto Manwohton
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Alice

  • From: Old French name Aalis, a short form of Adelais, itself a short form of the Germanic name Adalheidis, composed by composed of the elements adal & heid. Variants include: Alix, Alisha, Alícia, Aleid, Adelheid, Alida, Aileas, Adelaida, Heidi, etc.
  • Meaning: Adal means noble & Heid  means kind, type, sort.
  • Quenya: Arnostalë ([ar]+nostalë = [prefix for noble]+kind, species)



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Aline

  • From: Medieval short of Adeline, diminutive of  French Adèle & Adela which contains the Germanic elements adal.
  • Meaning: Adal  means noble
  • Quenya: Artanis (arta+nís = noble+woman)

 
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Álvaro

  • From: Spanish form of a ancient Germanic name Alfher, composed of alf and hari
  • Meaning: Alf means elf & hari means army, warrior
  • Quenya: Eldamehtar (elda+mehtar = elf+warrior) NOTE: Due to phonetic reasons mehtar (synonym of ohtar ‘warrior’) is preferred in this composition


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Amanda

  • From: Latin AMANDVS and/or AMANDA
  • Meaning: Lovable, worthy of love.
  • Quenya: Melima (adj. loveable)

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Amandine

  • From: French diminutive form of Amanda
  • Meaning: Check Amanda entry here.
  • Quenya: Melimincë (melima+[incë] = adj. loveable+[diminutive suffix])
Melimincë

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Amaury

  • From: French form of Amalric which is a Germanic name derived from the elements amal & ric
  • Meaning: Amal means work, labour & ric means power
  • Quenya: Motturon (móta+túrë+[on] = vb. to work, to toil, to labour+power, might+[masculine names suffix])

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Amelia
  • From: Variant of Amalia which is the latinized form of the Germanic name Amala, a short form of names beginning with the element amal
  • Meaning: Amal means work
  • Quenya: Mólië (molë+[ië] = vb. to labor, to work+[feminine names suffix])

Mólië

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Amy

  • From: English form of the Old French name Amée (modern French aimée), a vernacular form of the Latin AMATA. Variants include: Aimée, Ami, Amie, Amada, Amée, etc.
  • Meaning: Beloved
  • Quenya: Melda (adj. melda = beloved, dear)

Melda

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Ananda

  • From: Hindi आनन्दा  is feminine form of Anand.
  • Meaning: Happiness, bliss in Sanskrit.
  • Quenya: Alassë (alassë = happiness, joy)



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Anastasios

Entulcuilëon
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Anderson

  • From: A surname meaning Son of Andrew
  • Meaning: See Andrew entry here
  • Quenya: Vëonion ({vëo}+[n]+<-ion> = {archaic and poetic form of ‘man’}+[masculine names suffix]+<patronymic suffic meaning “son of, descendant of”>)


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Andrea

  • From: Feminine form of Andrew that comes from greek name Ανδρεας (Andreas), which was derived from ανηρ (aner) and its genitive ανδρος (andros). OBS.: For Andrea (the Italian masculine name), see Andrew entry here.
  • Meaning: See Andrew entry here
  • Quenya: Vëonië ({vëo}+[nië] = {archaic and poetic form of ‘man’}+[feminine names suffix])


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Andrew

  • From: Greek name Ανδρεας (Andreas), which was derived from ανηρ (aner) and its genitive ανδρος (andros)
  • Meaning: ανηρ (aner) means ‘man’ and ανδρος (andros) means ‘of a man’
  • Quenya: Vëon ({vëo}+[n] = {archaic and poetic form of ‘man’}+[masculine names suffix])



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Andúril

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  • From: Sindarin name of Aragorn’s sword
  • Meaning: Flame of the West
  • Quenya: Andúnar (Andúnë+nár = n. west, sunset+n. flame, fire)

Andúnar

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