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  • Ava

    (AH-vuh, AY-vuh) Form of Eve, "breath". Persian "voice, sound". Short form of Germanic names with the element avi, "desired".

  • Avada

    Variation of Ava

  • Avah

    Variation of Ava

  • Avalon

    (AV-uh-lon) An island

  • Avalyn

    Combination of Ava and Lyn or a spelling variation of Avalon.

  • Avani

    Sanskrit "earth"

  • Avdel

    Hebrew "servant of God"

  • Aveline

    Norman French form of Avelina, "desired"

  • Avellana

    Spanish word for hazelnut

  • Averi

    Variation of Avery

  • Averill

    Surname from given name Eoforhild, "boar battle" (unisex)

  • Avery

    (AY-ver-ree, AYV-ree) Surname form of Alberich, "elf power" or Alfred, "elf counsel" (unisex)

  • Avgust

    (AHV-goost, AHV-hoost) Slovene/Russian/Ukranian form of Augustus, "great, venerable"

  • Avi

    Hebrew "my father"

  • Avia

    Variant of Aviya, "my father is God"

  • Aviana

    Modern invented name

  • Aviance

  • Avianna

    Modern invented name

  • Avice

    (AY-vis) variant of Avis, "desired" or "bird"

  • Avidan

    Hebrew form of Abidan, "my father is judge"

  • Aviel

    Hebrew form of Abiel, "God is my father"

  • Aviela

    Feminine form of Aviel, "my father is God"

  • Avigail

    Hebrew form of Abigail, "my father is joy"

  • Avila

    Germanic "desired"

  • Aviram

    Hebrew form of Abiram, "my father is exalted"

  • Avis

    (AY-vis) Germanic "desired" or "bird"

  • Avital

    Hebrew form of Abital, "my father is the night dew"

  • Aviv

    (ah-VEEV) Hebrew "spring"

  • Aviva

    (ah-VEEV-ah) feminine form of Aviv, " spring"

  • Avivi

    Form of Aviv, "spring"

  • Avivit

    Feminine form of Aviv, "spring"

  • Avner

    Hebrew form of Abner, "my father is light"

  • Avni

    Indian "the earth"

  • Avniel

    Hebrew "my stone"

  • Avra

    Greek form of Aura, "breeze"

  • Avraam

    Russian form of Abraham, "father of a multitude (of nations)"

  • Avraham

    (ah-vrah-HAHM) Hebrew form of Abraham, "father of many"

  • Avram

    Hebrew form of Abraham, "father of many"

  • Avri

    Short form of Avraham, "father of many"

  • Avril

    (av-REEL, AV-ril) French form of April

  • Avrum

    Yiddish form of Abraham, "father of many"

  • Avshalom

    Hebrew form of Absalom, "my father is peace"

  • Avabel

    Combination of Ava and Bel

  • Avabella

    Combination of Ava and Bella

  • Avadna

    Possibly a variant of Evadne, "good fotune"

  • Avaeh

    Variation on the Nevaeh trend, given to 9 girls in the USA in 2014.

  • Avaia

    Hindu "to arrive"

  • Avail

    Word name

  • Avala

    Possibly a variation of Ava or Avila

  • Avalak

    Greenlandic

  • Avalee

    Combination of Ava and Lee

  • Avalena

    Variation of Avelina, "desired"

  • Avalene

    Variation of Aveline, "desired"

  • Avalia

    Variation of Avelina, "desired"

  • Avalina

    Variation of Avelina, "desired"

  • Avaline

    A variant of Aveline, "desired"

  • Avalona

    Variation of Avalon

  • Avana

    Kiswahili "beautiful flower"

  • Avanete

  • Avangard

    Russian “avant-garde"

  • Avania

    Variation of Avana, "beautiful flower"

  • Avann

    A surname from Medieval English meaning "dweller by the fen"

  • Avanna

    Variation of Avana, "beautiful flower"

  • Avannia

    Variation of Avana, "beautiful flower"

  • Avanti

    From the name of an ancient kingdom

  • Avara

    Latin "greedy, covetous"

  • Avard

    A surname deriving from Aufrede, "elf council"

  • Avarda

    Norwegian dialectal variant form of Varda

  • Avaris

    Latin "avaricious"

  • Avarne

    An Anglo-Saxon surname meaning "fern"

  • Avaruna

    Greenlandic pet form of Avâraĸ, Avarúnguaĸ or Avâvak

  • Avaya

    Hindu "to arrive"

  • Avdiel

    Form of Abdiel, "servant of God"

  • Avdotya

    Russian form of Eudocia, "good thought"

  • Avedis

    Western Armenian transcription of Avetis, "good news" (male)

  • Avedon

    A surname

  • Aveley

    Surname from Old English "elf-battle wood"

  • Avelin

    Diminutive of the Ancient Germanic names Avo and Avi

  • Avelina

    Diminutive of Avila, "desired"

  • Aveling

    A surname from Old French meaning "hazel nut"

  • Avella

    Ancient Roman place name meaning "hazelnut"

  • Avely

    Surname from Old English "elf-battle wood"

  • Aven

    Anglicization of Aoibheann, Aoibhín or Aoibhínn. Also a flowering plant.

  • Avena

    Latin "oats"

  • Avenant

    From French surname

  • Avenel

    A surname

  • Aver

    Old Swedish

  • Averd

    A surname deriving from Aufrede, "elf council"

  • Avered

    A surname deriving from Aufrede, "elf council"

  • Averett

    A surname deriving from Aufrede, "elf council"

  • Averick

    Manx form of Aifric, "somewhat dappled, speckled"

  • Averley

    A surname from Old English "boar meadow"

  • Averruncus

    Roman God of preventing harm

  • Aveta

    Proto-Indo-European "turn"

  • Avetis

    Armenian "good news" (male)

  • Avetta

    Variation of Aveta, "turn"

  • Aveza

    Old Germanic form of Avis, "desired" or "bird"

  • Avgo

    Greenlandic variant form of Augo, "great, magnificent, venerable"

  • Avgusta

    Slovene feminine form of Avgust, "great, venerable"

  • Avguštin

    Slovene form of Augustinus, "great, venerable"

  • Aviam

    Hebrew "father of a people, father of a nation"

  • Avian

    Word name

  • Aviara

  • Avicia

    Variant of Avis, "bird" or "desired"

  • Avida

    Latin "vehemently desiring"

  • Avidus

    Latin "vehemently desiring"

  • Aviella

    Feminine form of Aviel, "my father is God"

  • Avigal

    Hebrew "father of waves”

  • Avigayil

    Original Hebrew form of Abigail, "my father is joy"

  • Avihu

    Hebrew form of Abihu, "he is my father"

  • Avilius

    Roman, meaning unknown

  • Avimael

    Hebrew form of Abimael, "my father is God"

  • Avimelekh

    Hebrew form of Abimelech, "my father is king"

  • Avina

    Variation of Avena, "oats"

  • Avinash

    Sanskrit "indestructible"

  • Avion

    A variant of Avian

  • Avirama

    Hebrew "my father is strong"

  • Avishag

    Hebrew form of Abishag, "my father strays"

  • Avishai

    Hebrew form of Abishai, "my father is a gift"

  • Avishay

    Hebrew form of Abishai, "my father is a gift"

  • Avishua

    Hebrew "father of light"

  • Avitus

    Latin "ancestral"

  • Avius

    Latin "out of the way, wandering, remote"

  • Aviya

    Hebrew form of Abijah, "my father is God" (unisex)

  • Aviyah

    Hebrew form of Abijah, "my father is God" (unisex)

  • Avksenti

    Georgian form of Auxentios, "to increase, to grow"

  • Avksentiy

    Russian form of Auxentios, "to increase, to grow"

  • Avo

    Short form of Germanic names with the element avi, "desired".

  • Avoise

    Medieval French form of Hedwig, "heathen war, battle, combat"

  • Avola

  • Avon

    English variant of Afon, "river"

  • Avona

  • Avonia

    A plant name

  • Avonlea

    (av-on-lee) Place name

  • Avonne

    Possibly a variation of Avan or Evonne

  • Avraamu

    Old Slavic form of Abraham, "father of many"

  • Avrora

    Form of Aurora, "dawn"

  • Avtalyon

    Hebrew "father of dew”

  • Avtandil

    Persian "sunshine" and "heart"

  • Avto

    Short form of Avtandil, "sunshine" and "heart"

  • Ávaldi

    Old Norse variant form of Ávaldr

  • Ávaldr

    Combination of Ana and Vald or a variant form of Agvaldr,

  • Âviâja

    Greenlandic "cousin"