Girl names that start with A

A is for Apple… and Amy, April, and Azalea. For awesome baby girl names that start with A, we’ve got a list of hundreds!

AvaOne of the great hits of our day, Ava still calls up the image of sultry Hollywood beauty Ava Gardner.
AbigailLong considered a bit of an old-fashioned name, Abigail is coming back with the retro-cool vengence of other “vintage” names.
AnnaAnna has emerged as the Golden Girl of the “Ann” family. While the more old-fashioned Anne, Ann, and Annie have slipped in.
AmandaDo you want to be reminded of just how loveable your daughter is every time you yell her name in frustration? Then perhaps Amanda
AlexisA daughter named Alexis is destined to be a strong woman. Derived from the male names Alexander and Alexius, who refers to…
AlyssaA variation of the more formal-sounding Alicia, the breezier Alyssa rocketed in popularity in the 1980s, thanks to actress…
AmberA steadily popular name for several decades—Amber was everywhere in the 1980s and ’90s—the name now, surprisingly, makes…
AndreaWhile Andrea may mean “manly,” the name is all girl. Andrea is a tried and true girls’ name that’s managed to stay in the…
AmeliaAmelia is one of those names that just invokes image of romantic far-off places from the 20s. Or a female pilot. Or the constantly…
AllisonAllison is a version of the French name Alice, meaning “noble.” It’s an extremely popular name choice for girls in the U.S…
AlexandraAlexandra has remianed a popular name for girls, and it’s easy to see why. Chic yet strong sounding, it lends itself to several…
AmyAmy first achieved fame as the name of the youngest sister in Louisa May Alcott’s novel Little Women and climbed up the…
AudreyAudrey is a lovely and timeless name that is finding renewed favor with modern parents. Meaning “noble strength,” the name…
AliceFrom the Shakespearean play Henry V
ArianaGreek Origin
AnneFrom the Shakespearean play Richard III
AriannaLatin Origin
AdeleAdele is a lovely blast from the past. It has a long history—there’s Saint Adele and Adele was the name of William the…
AnaAna is a variation of the classic Hannah. Elegant and easy to pronounce, this name’s had a metroric rise in popularity in…
AngelaGreek:Messenger from God
AliciaSpanish:Noble; variant of Alice and Adelaide
AdrianaFrom the Shakespearean play Comedy of Errors
AliArabic:Greatest; a variant of Allah, the Supreme Being in the Muslim faith; feminine form of same name
AprilEnglish OriginOpening up, evocative of the opening of flower buds in the spring; born in or belonging to the month April
AlisonGerman:Noble, of the nobility; diminutive of Alice
AnnieEnglish OriginPrayer
AbbyAmerican:Gives joy, my father rejoices; a familiar form of Abigail
AngelinaGreek Origin
AngelicaLatin:Angelic; derived from Angelicus
AlishaLatin:Variant of Alice
AliyahHebrew:To ascend, to rise up
AllieArabic Origin
AdriannaFrench Origin
AgnesGreek:Pure, chaste, innocent; a popular Roman martyr of the Middle Ages
AileenIrish:Light; variant of Evelyn
AnishaEnglish:Variant of Anne or Agnes.
AmelieBreak through the sea of Emily’s with Amelie. Pronounced like AH-mill-ee, this French name is beautiful and feminine and…
AngieNickname for Angelia and Angela
AubreeTraditionally a boy’s name, Aubree (a cutesy spelling variation of the more traditional Aubrey) has become very popular for…
AmaliaGerman:Derived from the Germanic amal, or “work.”
AllysonMeaning “noble,” this too-cool-for-school spelling version of Alison adds a modern twist to a traditional name.
AgathaGerman OriginGood, kind; Saint Agatha was a third-century Sicilian martyr
AnnabelCan’t decide between Anna and Belle? Well, you don’t have to with the melodic and lovely Annabel! The formerly not-so-common…
AnnaleeEnglish:Grace, favor; blend of Anna + Lee
AryanaDiscerning parents may be trying Aryana on for size more and more in the future. It has the same familiar pronunciation as…
AnabelleLatin:Beautiful. Graceful.
Ann“Graceful” Ann has fallen out of the graces of the popular name gods and is currently at the lowest its ever been. But don’t…
AlexaEnglish:A diminutive of Alexandra, a name that means “defender of mankind” and is associated with conquerors and emperors.
AryaHindi:Noble goddess
AutumnEnglish:Born in the fall, seasonal name
AdaAfrican:First daughter
AlinaWant a unique and melodic name for your baby girl? You may have met your match in Alina. It’s a more exotic variation of…
AppleAmerican:Apple, a fruit
AnaisFrench Origin
ArleneCeltic OriginPledge or oath; variant of names ending in “arlene,” such as Carlene and Charlene. Arlene may also be a feminine form of…