Ainslea is a variation of Ainsley. Ainslea is of Old English origin and is a unique gender-neutral name for boys and girls. The meaning of Ainslea is ‘hermitage field’ or ‘meadow’. The name Ainslea or Ainsley is from two root words, ‘an’, which means ‘one and only’, and ‘leah’, which means ‘meadow’ or ‘wood’. Ainslea is not a very common name and does not rank among the top 1000 most famous names. However, its English and Scottish variant ‘Ainsley’ is more commonly given to babies, and it ranks among the top 1000. Ainslea is always a reminder of nature's beauty and a place of peace and solitude. Some famous personalities with the name include Ainsley Maitland-Niles, a soccer player for Arsenal, Ipswich Town, and England national team; Ainsley Earhardt, a journalist and Anchor/Correspondent at Fox News Channel; Ainsley Harriott, a chef, entertainer, and television presenter.