Favourite Name Series - A

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Favourite Name Series - A
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Mon, 05-03-2010 - 11:55pm

Here are my 5 favourite "A" names for boys and girls. What are yours?

Boys:

1: Atlas

2: Atlantic

3: Atticus

4: Alaric

5: Aeric

Girls:

1:Amarantine

2: Acadia

3: Aster

4: Alli

5: Auburn

Let me know...

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Registered: 04-02-2009
Tue, 05-04-2010 - 9:26am

Boys:


1: Abram

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Registered: 06-03-2008
Tue, 05-04-2010 - 10:07am

BOYS:


Aaron


Adrian


Aiken

 

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Registered: 01-26-2005
Tue, 05-04-2010 - 1:45pm

'A' is a letter that happens to have a lot of names that I like! This might not be as easy for a lot of letters, but here are my favorite 'A' names in order-

Boys-

August

Alec

Atticus

Andrew

Aaron

Girls-

Amelia

Adeline

Aine

Annabel

Adora

iVillage Member
Registered: 04-14-2010
Tue, 05-04-2010 - 9:27pm
How do you pronouce Aine?
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Registered: 04-14-2010
Tue, 05-04-2010 - 9:29pm
Abram is one of my favs too!
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Registered: 04-14-2010
Tue, 05-04-2010 - 9:34pm

Lots of interesting spellings!

I like Aiken, Aldo, and Ayre for boys now, thanks.
I Aileen pronounced like Ilene or is it like isle-een?

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Registered: 12-09-2008
Wed, 05-05-2010 - 7:28am

Boys:

1: Alfred

2: Asa

3: Abraham

4: Andrew

5: Adam
(I also like Aaron, Asher, Andre, Arrow, Amos, Alexander, and Anthony)

Girls:

1: Althea

2: Abitha

3: Alexa

4: Anna

5: Aurora

(And I like more A names too)

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Registered: 06-03-2008
Wed, 05-05-2010 - 9:36am

I pronounce Aileen the same as Ilene and Eileen -- but I think it looks extra spunky spelled with an "A," and is surprisingly the most popular of the three at present.


AILEEN (#483; peaked in 1926 at #288)


Gender: Feminine

Usage: Scottish, Irish, English

Pronounced: ie-LEEN, ay-LEEN


Variant of EILEEN

 

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Registered: 01-26-2005
Wed, 05-05-2010 - 2:45pm
It's the Gaelic version of Anne (or maybe even Anna/Anya), & said sort of like Anya, but more like 'On-ya'.
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Registered: 04-14-2010
Wed, 05-05-2010 - 11:29pm
interesting. I like it

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