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A feminine name of Spanish origin, the meaning of Abrienda is 'opening'. When given as a name it means 'blossoming', and talks about someone who welcomes change and opportunities. 'Inauguration' is another meaning for this name. Brought into existence by the Armadian sailors, it became a well-known name in Ireland and Spanish-speaking countries. However, being traditional, it is out of fashionable use now.

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The meaning of Adabella is ‘noble’ and ‘lovely’. It is a name typically given to girls and is of Spanish origin. It is made up of the German word ‘adal’ which means ‘noble’ and the Spanish word ‘bella’ which means ‘pretty’ or ‘lovely’.

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The meaning of Adelina is ‘noble’. It is a name typically given to girls and is of Spanish origin. It comes from the Old German word ‘adal’, translating to ‘noble'. Adelina is the Spanish version of the names Adele and Adeline. A notable bearer of the name is Adelina Patti, an Italian opera singer known for her incredible singing voice. She was popular in the 19th century and was deemed a ‘stupendous artist’.

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A feminine name of Spanish origin, the meaning of Adoncia is 'sweet'. When given as a name, it refers to someone who is sweet as honey. It is derived from the diminutive name 'Doncia'. Its meaning can also be associated with being 'beautiful'. Ranking at the bottom of the popularity list, this name is out of fashionable use now.

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Agueda is a name that parents typically use as a girl's name. The meaning of Agueda is 'good' and the name is of Spanish origin. This name is popular in the United States, Spain, India, the Philippines, Hong Kong, China, and Ukraine. Agueda is the name of a Portuguese city. A famous personality with this name is Agueda Lopez who is a Spanish model.

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The meaning of Agustina is ‘magnificent’ or ‘great’. It is a name typically given to girls and is of Spanish origin. It comes from the Latin name Augustus which means ‘majestic’ and ‘venerable’. The name is thought to have been influenced by the Latin verb ‘augere’, meaning ‘to increase’. It is the female version of Agustine. The most notable bearer of the name Agustina is Agustina of Aragon. She was a Spanish heroine who earned the nickname 'The Spanish Joan of Arc’ after she fought and defended Spain during the Peninsula War.

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A name of Spanish origin, the meaning of Alameda is ‘cottonwood grove’. The name Alameda also means ‘promenade’. The meaning of Alameda can also be ‘poplar tree’. Alameda is a girl's name. The name Alameda is mostly used in English and Spanish-speaking countries. A public park located in Mexico City is named The Alameda Park. A famous person sharing this name is Irene Zoe Alameda, a Spanish writer, and a film director.

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The meaning of Aldonza is 'good-natured'. It is a Spanish-originated name and primarily chosen for naming girls. When given as a name, it means 'sweet', and 'nice'. A notable bearer of this name includes Aldonza Alfonso de Leon, an illegitimate daughter of King Alfonso IX and his mistress Aldonza Martinez de Silva. This name was popularly used in the Middle Ages and the Renaissance period. However, over the years, this name is out of fashionable use.

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The name Alegria is of Spanish origin and is traditionally used as a girls name. The meaning of Alegria is ‘happiness’ and ‘merry’. The name is also used as a common surname. Miguel Jose de Azanza y Alegria was a Spanish viceroy, politician, and diplomat in the 16th century and Michael Lopez-Alegria is a Spanish-American astronaut.

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full of grace, Favor

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The meaning of Aletta is 'little winged one'. It is a name typically given to girls and is of Spanish origin. It is also the Spanish version of the name Alida which is derived from the name Adelaide, a name given to children born into the noble class. The name is considered a variant of the Greek name Althea which means 'truth' or 'healer.' Aletta is also the name of an asteroid called 1194 Aletta. It was named after Cyril Jackson, an astronomer who discovered it and named the asteroid after his wife. The name is also borne by Aletta Jacobs, a Dutch physician who was one of the first female physicians in the Netherlands. She is regarded in great honor for her fight for women's rights.

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A name primarily chosen for girls, the meaning of Allegria is 'joy'. When given as a name, it means someone with happiness and cheerfulness, one who will bring hope, positivity, and good vibes with their birth. Its other meanings include 'gaiety', and 'gladness'. In different countries, Allegria means 'mirth', 'buoyancy, and 'optimism' as well. Having many similar words that describe the state of being happy, this name is sought-after and its variations are widely used.

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The meaning of Almeda is 'ambitious' or 'the plateau'. It is a name typically given to girls and is of Spanish origin. A popular alternative of the name is Almeida. It is thought to come from the Arabic word 'al-medina', meaning 'the city' or 'al ma'idah', meaning 'the plateau'. A notable bearer of the name Almeda is Almeda Riddle. She was an American folk singer who became known as 'Granny Riddle' in her later years. In 2019, the famous American singer Solange released a song titled 'Almeda' which was from her album 'When I Get Home'.

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The meaning of Almira is ‘noble’ or ‘princess’. It is a name typically given to girls and is of Spanish origin. It is similar to the Arabic word meaning ‘princess’. It is also thought to come from the Old German words ‘adal’, meaning ‘noble’ or ‘aristocratic’ and ‘aldaz’, meaning ‘grown-up’. The name was borne by American actress Almira Sessions who acted in many movies during the 20th century. In literature, Almira is the name of the titular character in an opera written by George Frideric Handel called ‘Almira, Konigin von Castilien'. A notable bearer of this name is Almira Hart Lincoln, an American writer and scientist who is famous for writing the culturally significant book ‘Ida Norman: Or, Trials And Their Uses’.

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The meaning of Almudena is 'the citadel' or 'the city'. It is a name typically given to girls and is of Spanish origin. It derives from the Arabic word 'al-mudaynah', meaning 'the citadel'. A citadel is a term for a fort built in the high rise of a city. The term 'medina' which means 'city' or 'the Enlightened City' is also derived from the Arabic word 'madinah'. There is a Catholic church named the Almudena Cathedral in Madrid that was built in honor of the Virgin of Almudena, a statue dedicated to the Virgin Mary who is regarded as the mother of Jesus Christ. The Cathedral, which was consecrated by Pope John Paul II in 1993, is one of the most majestic churches in Madrid. A notable bearer of this name is Almudena Cid, a Spanish rhythmic gymnast who represented her country in several international tournaments including the 2008 Beijing Olympics.

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The meaning of Alondra is ‘lark’ or ‘defender of mankind’. It is a name typically given to girls and is of Spanish origin. It is a short form of the name Alejandra which is the Spanish version of the Greek name Alexandros, that is made up of the Greek words ‘alexein’, meaning ‘defender’ and ‘aner’, meaning ‘man’. 'Alondra’ is also the Spanish word for ‘lark’ which is the name given to a species of birds. In the Latin entertainment industry, Alejandra Guzman is the name of a Latin-Grammy award-winning Mexican singer and actress known for her songs ‘Yo Te Esperaba’. 'Alondra' was used as the title of a Mexican telenovela that was released in 1995.

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A Spanish name, the meaning of Alucia is ‘beautiful, calm, fair, graceful, serene’. Lucia is the diminutive of the name. The name Alucia is associated with Alucia2, which is the name of an OceanX explorer superyacht. Other than this, there are no notable personalities associated with the name.

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A feminine name of Spanish origin, the meaning of Amada is 'loved'. With Latin roots, this name means 'deserving to be loved'. When bestowed as a name, it symbolically means 'worthy of love', or 'loved by everyone'. As a name, it also means 'one who loves God'. Its other meanings include 'beloved', 'adored', and 'dear'. However, in Islam, this name means 'one who is blessed with abundant knowledge'. In Hindu culture, Amada means 'quick, ready, and spontaneous'. As a girl's name originally, Amada means 'sweetheart', and 'ladylove' as well. This name gained popularity when Ryan Gosling and Eva Mendes named their second daughter Amada Lee.

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Ambella is a Spanish origin name, and the meaning of Ambella is ‘good friend, beloved friend’. It is believed to have been derived from the Latin name Amabilis, which means 'charming, lovable,dear, sweet, agreeable'. The diminutive of the name Ambella is Bella. Ambella is a home furnishing brand in the United States of America. There is also a plant named campanula Ambella which are evergreen perennials.

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