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Names starting with Ai

Aileen - Scottish Anglicized form of Gaelic Aibhilín, meaning "little Eve." 
Aino - Finnish myth name from the epic poem Kalevala, meaning "the only one."
Aintza - Basque name meaning "glorious."
Aiyanna - Variant spelling of Native American Aiyana, possibly meaning "ever-blooming." 
Aias - Greek name meaning "mourner." In mythology, this is the name of a hero of the Trojan war, second only to Achilles in strength and bravery. His Roman name is Ajax. 
Aindréas - Irish Gaelic form of Greek Andreas, meaning "man; warrior."
Aisling - Irish Gaelic name meaning "dream; vision."
Aimo - Finnish name meaning "generous amount." 
Ailie - Pet form English Aileen, meaning "little Eve." 
Aineki - Hawaiian form of English Agnes, meaning "chaste; holy."
Aingeal - Irish Gaelic form of Latin Angela, meaning "angel, messenger."
Aishwarya - Hindi name meaning "wealth."
Aignéis - Irish Gaelic form of Greek Hagne, meaning "chaste; holy."
Aikaterina - Variant spelling of Greek Aikaterine, meaning "pure."
Aineas - Variant spelling of Greek Aineías, meaning "praiseworthy."
Ailee - Short form of English Aileen, meaning "little Eve." 
Aika - Japanese name meaning "love song."
Aishah - Variant spelling of Arabic Aisha, meaning "alive." 
Aiyana - This name was coined by professor Bryan Sykes, author of The Seven Daughters of Eve, for a particular Native American genetic line, one of four reconstructed mtDNA lines believed to have colonised America. The name was adopted into English usage, mostly by Americans. It may mean "ever-blooming."
Aislin - Variant spelling of Irish Gaelic Aisling, meaning "dream; vision."
Aithbhreac - Old Scottish Gaelic name meaning "new speckled one."
Aislinn - Variant spelling of Irish Gaelic Aisling, meaning "dream; vision."
Aithne - Variant spelling of Irish Gaelic Eithne, meaning "kernel."
Ailfryd - Variant spelling of Irish Gaelic Ailfrid, meaning "elf counsel."
Aiguo - Chinese name meaning "love country; patriotic."
Áinle - Old Irish name meaning "champion."
Ailfried - Variant spelling of Irish Gaelic Ailfrid, meaning "elf counsel."
Aimery - English variant spelling of Norman French Aimeri, meaning "home-ruler." 
Airlia - Elaborated form of English Airla, possibly meaning "ethereal." 
Aimée - French name, derived from the French word aimée, meaning "much loved."
Ainslie - Variant spelling of Scottish unisex Ainsley, meaning "hermitage meadow." 
Aidan - Anglicized form of Gaelic Áedán, meaning "little fire."
Ailward - Variant spelling of Middle English Aylward, meaning either "noble guard" or "elf guard."
Aischylos - Variant spelling of Greek Aiskhúlos, meaning "shame."
Ailbeart - Scottish Gaelic form of English Albert, meaning "bright nobility."
Aineías - Greek name derived from the word aíneo "to praise," hence "praiseworthy." In Greek mythology, this is the name of a Trojan warrior who founded the Roman state. In the bible, it is the name of a paralytic cured by Peter.
Aimie - Variant spelling of English Amy, meaning "much loved."
Aingeru - Basque form of Latin Angelus, meaning "angel, messenger."
Ailith - Either a Middle English form of Anglo-Saxon Æthelgyth, meaning"noble war," or a variant spelling of Scottish Gaelic Alyth, meaning "ascending, rising."
Ailen - Variant spelling of Native American Mapuche Aylen, meaning "clear" or "happiness."
Aikaterine - Greek name of uncertain etymology, but from an early date it has been associated with the Greek adjective katharos, meaning "pure." 
Airla - Modern English name perhaps based on the vocabulary word air, hence "ethereal." 
Ailene - Variant spelling of English Aileen, meaning "little Eve." 
Aintzane - Variant spelling of Basque Aintza, meaning "glorious."
Aidith - Perhaps a form of English Edith, meaning "rich battle."
Ailfrid - Irish Gaelic form of English Alfred, meaning "elf counsel."
Aigla - Latin form of Greek Aigle, meaning "radiance, splendor."
Ailse - Variant spelling of English Ailsa, meaning "God is my oath."
Aileas - Scottish Gaelic form of English Alice, meaning "noble sort."
Aithnea - Variant spelling of Irish Gaelic Eithne, meaning "kernel."
Aikin - Variant spelling of Anglo-Saxon Aiken, meaning "made of oak."
Aindrias - Variant spelling of Irish Gaelic Aindréas, meaning "man; warrior."
Aimeric - Norman French form of Middle High German Haimirich, meaning "home-ruler." 
Ailbhe - Irish Gaelic unisex name, possibly derived from the word albho, meaning "white." In Irish legend, this is the name of a female warrior of the Fianna.
Aiah - Anglicized form of Hebrew unisex Ayah, meaning "falcon" or "vulture." In the bible, this is the name of the father of Rizpah, and a Horite, the son of Zibeon.
Ailbert - Variant spelling of Scottish Gaelic Ailbeart, meaning "bright nobility."
Aisiah - Variant spelling of Arabic Aisha, meaning "alive." 
Aizik - Yiddish form of Hebrew Yitzchak, meaning "he willlaugh." 
Ailey - Pet form English Aileen, meaning "little Eve." 
Ainsley - Scottish habitational surname transferred to unisex forename use, composed of the Old English elements ansetl "hermitage" and leah "meadow, pasture," hence "hermitage meadow."
Aiko - Japanese name meaning "love child."
Aimi - Japanese name meaning "love beauty."
Ailpein - Old Gaelic name, possibly of Pictish origin, meaning "white."
Aideen - Anglicized form of Irish Gaelic Étaín, meaning "face."
Aimey - Variant spelling of English Amy, meaning "much loved."
Aimé - Masculine form of French Aimée, meaning "much loved."
Airlea - Elaborated form of English Airla, possibly meaning "ethereal." 
Aiolus - Latin form of Greek Aiolos, meaning "sparkling; quick-shifting; quick-moving." In mythology, this is the name of the god of winds. 
Ailell - Variant spelling of Irish Gaelic Ailill, meaning "elf."
Aigidios - Greek name derived from aigidion, meaning "kid; young goat" or "shield of goatskin." Also spelled Aegidios.
Ai - 1: 蔼, 2: 爱, Japanese: 1: 藍, 2: 愛):  Chinese name meaning 1) "friendly" and 2) "love."
Aillard - Middle English and Old French form of Old High German Adalhard, meaning "noble strength."
Aiesha - Variant spelling of Arabic Aisha, meaning "alive." 
Aimeri - Abbreviated form of Norman French Aimeric, meaning "home-ruler."
Aina -   African Nigerian name meaning "difficult birth." 
Aigidius - Latin form of Greek Aigidios, meaning "kid; young goat" or "shield of goatskin."
Ailsie - Variant spelling of English Ailsa, meaning "God is my oath."
Ailish - Irish Gaelic form of English Alice, meaning "noble sort."
Aila - Pet form of English Aileen, meaning "little Eve." 
Aither - Greek name meaning "bright, upper air." In mythology, this is the name of one of the first gods, the son of Erebus and Nyx. He is the god of the pure, upper air that only the gods breathe, as opposed to the gloomy, lower "aer" breathed by mortals.
Aigle - Greek name meaning "radiance, splendor." In mythology, this is the name of several characters, including a goddess of good health.
Aitor - Basque name meaning "good father." In the 19th century, FrenchBasque author Augustin Chaho published The Legend of Aitor, based on abelief of the Basque people that they are aitoren semeak, "sons ofthe good father," a descendant of biblical Tubal.
Aiden - Variant spelling of English Aidan, meaning "little fire."
Ailín - Irish Gaelic name, probably derived from the word ailín, a diminutive of ail "rock," hence "little rock." 
Aibhilín - Gaelic form of Norman French Aveline, meaning "little Eve." 
Aicken - Variant spelling of Anglo-Saxon Aiken, meaning "made of oak."
Aiken - From the Anglo-Saxon surname, meaning "made of oak."
Ailill - Irish Gaelic name meaning "elf." In mythology, this is the name of the husbandof queen Méabh.
Aimerey - English variant spelling of French Aimery, meaning "home-ruler."
Aindrea - Scottish Gaelic form of Greek Andreas, meaning "man; warrior."
Aiolos - Greek name meaning "sparkling; quick-shifting; quick-moving." In mythology, this is the name of the god of winds. 
Aishe - Probably a Romani form of Arabic Aisha, meaning "alive."
Aisia - Variant spelling of Arabic Aisha, meaning "alive." 
Aindriú - Irish Gaelic form of English Andrew, meaning "man; warrior."
Aigneis - Czech form of Greek Hagne, meaning "chaste; holy."
Ailbhe - Irish Gaelic unisex name, possibly derived from the word albho, meaning "white." In Irish legend, this is the name of a female warrior of the Fianna.
Ainsley - Scottish habitational surname transferred to unisex forename use, composed of the Old English elements ansetl "hermitage" and leah "meadow, pasture," hence "hermitage meadow."
Ainslie - Variant spelling of Scottish unisex Ainsley, meaning "hermitage meadow." 
Aiskhúlos - Greek name derived from the word aischos, meaning "shame."

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