A names

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AaronAbdullah – AdamAdeleAdir – AdrianAdriannaÆlfsige – AgnessaAlanAlbaAlberich – AlejandraAlejandroAlessioAlex – AlfonsoAlfred – AliceAline – Altaira – ÁlvaroAman – Amanda – Amandine

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 AmauryAmber – Amelia – AmyAnandaAnastasios – AndersonAndreaAndrew – Andúril – Ang – Angela –  Angelina – Angelito – Angus – Anna – Anthony – April

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 Aquila – Ariel – ArnieArnold – Arturo – ArvinAsher –  Ashley – AstridAudrey – AugustoAurelia – Aurora – AustinAutumnAvery – AycanAyoub


  • 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])

  • From: English word amber which ultimately was derived from Arabic عنبر (‘anbar).
  • Meaning: Amber, the gemstone.
  • Quenya: Ambarwen (Ambar+[wen] = orthographic equivalent of  عنبر (‘anbar)+[feminine names suffix]


  • 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])


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  • 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)


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




  • From: A surname meaning Son of Andrew
  • Meaning: See Andrew entry here
  • Quenya: Vëonion ({vëo}+[n]+ = {archaic and poetic form of ‘man’}+[masculine names suffix]+)


  • 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])


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


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  • From: Chinese 昂  (ang)
  • Meaning: Lifting, to raise
  • Quenya: Ortaron (orta+{ro}+[n] = to raise, to rise+{agent suffix -er}+[masculine names suffix])


  • From: Feminine form of Latin ANGELVS
  • Meaning: Angel
  • Quenya: Aini (Aini = feminine form of Ainu which is a holy one, angelic spirit)


  • From: Latinate diminutive of Angela
  • Meaning: See Angela entry here
  • Quenya: Ainincë (Aini+[incë] = Aini+[diminutive suffix])


  • From: Diminutive of Italian Angelo which comes from Latin ANGELVS. Variants include Angelino.
  • Meaning: See Angela entry here.
  • Quenya: Ainuncëon (Ainu+{incë}+[on] = Ainu+{diminutive suffix}+[masculine names suffix])


  • From: Anglicized form of Aonghus derived from Irish terms  óen & gus
  • Meaning: One strength
  • Quenya: Ertuon (er+tuo+[on] = adv. one, only+physical strength+[masculine names suffix])


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  • From: Hebrew name חַנָּה (Channah). Variants: Hannah, Ana, Aina, Ann, Anne, Ans, Anika, Anni, Annushka, Chanah, Anja, etc.
  • Meaning: Favour, grace
  • Quenya: Almië (alma+[ië] = good fortune+[feminine names suffix]) OR Almarë (almarë = blessedness)

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  • From: English form of the Roman family name ANTONIVS, which is of  Etruscan origin. In English, it has been incorrectly associated with Greek  ανθος (anthos) which resulted in the addition of ‘h’ in the 17th century.
  • Meaning: Unknown
  • Quenya: Antonius (Quenya orthographic equivalent)


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  • From: The name of the month, probably originally derived from Latin APERIRE
  • Meaning: To open (referring to the opening of the flowers)
  • Quenya: Pantië (panta+[ië] = vb. to open+[feminine names suffix])

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