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Are you looking for some biblical inspiration in naming your child starting with the letter A? This list of Biblical girl names starting with the letter A might just be the help you need. For a fuller description and a Bible reference then please click on the name which will take you to a more in depth explanation and history of the Biblical name starting with A. The in depth explanation of the name, also includes a historical figure with that name so you are able to see whether the name you are thinking of for your baby is likely to suit their personality. Unless, of course, you are looking up the meaning of your own name and wondering who else was called that.

Christian name Meaning
  Ada   Simple variant of the name Adelaide
  Adelaide   (pronounced a-duh-layd)From the Old German name Adalheidis, which was composed of the elements adal "noble" and heid "kind, sort, type".
  Adriana   Simple female variant of the male name Adrian
  Agatha   (pronounced a-guh-thuh) from the Greek meaning good.
  Agnes   (pronunced ag-ness) and is from the Greek, meaning pure.
  Alberta   This is the femine form of Albert, which means noble and bright
  Alexandra   (pronounced a-lex-san-dra). This is the feminine form of Alexander,which means defender of men.
  Alexis   (Pronounced Ah-Lek-sis). Christian name taken from the Greek for "defender.
  Aleydis   (pronunced uh-lay-dis) and is from Old Germanic and means noble cheer.
  Alphonsine   (pronunced al-fon-seen)and is regarded as the feminine version of Alfonso, which means noble and ready.
  Amanda   (pronunced a-man-duh)and is the feminine version of Amandus which means worthy of love.
  Amity   (pronunced am-it-ee)and is the English word amity meaning friendship.
  Amy   (pronounced ay-mee) originates in Old French and means beloved.
  Anastasia   (pronunced an-uh-stay-zhuh)from Greek and meaning resurrection.
  Andrea   (pronunced an-dree-uh)Regarded as the feminine version of Andrew whose meaning is manly or brave.
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