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Amabel

From Latin amabilis, via Old French, meaning: “lovable”

Amadea

Pronounced: ah-mah-DAY-a. A feminine form of Amadeus.

Amado

Amado Name Meaning & MoreGender: BoyMeaning: BelovedOrigin: SpanishCurrent Popularity: Not in the U.S. top 1,000 namesMore about the name Amado: Amado is a boy’s name meaning “beloved” and is of Spanish origin. From Latin Amatus ‘beloved’.Posts with the name Amado: 60 Gorgeous Spanish Names for Girls and BoysWhat do you think of the name...

Amandine

Amandine is a French girl’s name meaning: “much-loved”.

Amaris

Amaris Name Meaning & MoreGender: GirlMeaning: LoveableOrigin: LatinCurrent Popularity: #817More about the name Amaris: Amaris is a girl’s name meaning “loveable” and is of Latin origin.Posts with the name Amaris: 30 Adorable and Unique Girl Names Starting with the Letter AWhat do you think of the name Amaris? Let us know in the comments...

Amora

Amora Name Meaning & MoreGender: GirlMeaning: LoveOrigin: SpanishCurrent Popularity: #353More about the name Amora: Amora is a girl’s name meaning “love” and is of Spanish origin.Posts with the name Amora: 30 Adorable and Unique Girl Names Starting with the Letter AWhat do you think of the name Amora? Let us know in the comments below.

Amoris

A Latin word for “love”

Ardsley

Ardsley (AARDZLiy) is a English girl’s or boy’s place name meaning: “lover’s meadow”.

Asta

From Old Norse ást ‘love’. Also a short form of Astrid.

Caradoc

Caradoc Meaning and Origin Beautiful (Welsh) The name Caradoc is a boy's name meaning "love" and is of Welsh origin. A respelling of Caradog from an ancient Celtic name derived from the root cār ‘love’.

Carina

Latinate elaboration of feminine adjective cara, meaning: “beloved”

Carwyn

Carwyn Meaning and Origin Love, blessed (Welsh) The name Carwyn is a boy's name meaning "loved, blessed" and is of Welsh origin. The modern compound of cār ‘love’ and (g)wyn ‘white, fair; blessed, holy’.

Carys

Carys Name Meaning & MoreGender: GirlMeaning: LoveOrigin: WelshCurrent Popularity: Not in the U.S. top 1,000 namesIf you like Carys, you might consider: Anaerys, Aneirin, Carwyn, Eira, Amoris, CareenMore about the name Carys: Carys is a girl’s name that’s already big in UK and Wales but hasn’t yet taken off anywhere else, and we’re in love...

Femi

Femi Name Meaning & MoreGender: GirlMeaning: Love meOrigin: AfricanCurrent Popularity: Not in the US top 1,000 namesMore about the name Femi: The name Femi is a girl’s name meaning "love me" and is of African Nigerian origin.Posts with the name Femi: 50 Exotic & Unique Names for Your Baby GirlWhat do you think of the name Femi? Let us...

Grania

The girl’s name Grania is an Irish name meaning: “the loved one”.

Kalila

Kalila Name Meaning & MoreGender: GirlMeaning: BelovedOrigin: ArabicCurrent Popularity: Not in the U.S. top 1,000 namesMore about the name Kalila: Kalila is a girl’s name meaning “beloved” and is of Arabic origin.Posts with the name Kalila: 40 Beautiful Rare Girl Names You May Have MissedWhat do you think of the name Kalila? Let us know in...

Karenza

Karenza Name Meaning & MoreGender: GirlMeaning: LovingOrigin: CornishCurrent Popularity: Not in the U.S. top 1,000 namesMore about the name Karenza: The name Karenza is a girl’s name meaning “loving” and is of Cornish origin. A derivative of car ‘love’.Posts with the name Karenza: 100 Girl Names You Haven’t Heard Of 60 Old Fashion Girl Names...

Mabel

Mabel is a Latin name meaning: “lovable”.

Mabilia

Mabilia is a Italian name meaning: “loveable”.

Philo

Philo Name Meaning & MoreGender: BoyMeaning: LoveOrigin: GreekCurrent Popularity: Not in the U.S. top 1,000 namesMore about the name Philo: The name Philo is a boy’s name meaning “love” and is of Greek origin. From Late Greek name Philōn a derivative of the element phil– ‘love’.Posts with the name Philo: 100 Boy Names You Haven’t Heard Of 30...

Rasmus

Rasmus Name Meaning & MoreGender: BoyMeaning: BelovedOrigin: ScandinavianCurrent Popularity: Not in the US top 1,000 namesMore about the name Rasmus: The name Rasmus is a boy’s name meaning “beloved” and is of Scandinavian origin. Pronounced: RAHS-moos. Scandinavian, Finnish, and Estonian forms of Erasmus derived from Greek erasmios...

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