Popular English Baby Names

Annabella

English - Female

Variant of Annabel: Variant of the Latin Amabel. Edgar Allan Poe's poem 'Annahel Lee' made the form Annabel popular throughout the English-speaking world in the 19th century. The form Annabelle became popular in the mid-2Oth century.

  • Rated 3.14 out of 4 stars

Rating: 3.14 (21 votes)

Annabelle

English - Female

Variant of the Latin Amabel. Edgar Allan Poe's poem 'Annahel Lee' made the form Annabel popular throughout the English-speaking world in the 19th century. The form Annabelle became popular in the mid-2Oth century.

  • Rated 3.55 out of 4 stars

Rating: 3.55 (31 votes)

Annalee

English - Female

Variant of Anne, meaning favor; grace.

  • Rated 3.17 out of 4 stars

Rating: 3.17 (6 votes)

Annette

English - Female

Variant of Ann: A variant of Hannah introduced to Britain in the 13th century, made popular in the 14th century by the cult of St Anne. The form of the name varies with fashion:.

  • Rated 3.23 out of 4 stars

Rating: 3.23 (31 votes)

Annice

English - Female

Form of Agnes. Chaste.

  • Rated 3 out of 4 stars

Rating: 3.00 (2 votes)

Annie

English - Female

Diminutive of Ann frequently used as an independent name. Famous bearers: Markswoman Annie Oakley, famous in the musical 'Annie Get Your Gun'; cartoonist Harold Gray's 'Little Orphan Annie'; the traditional folk song 'Annie Laurie'.

  • Rated 3.57 out of 4 stars

Rating: 3.57 (35 votes)

Ansley

English - Male

From the pasture land of the noble.

  • Rated 3.25 out of 4 stars

Rating: 3.25 (8 votes)

Antoine

English - Male

Variant of Anthony: Highly praiseworthy. From a Roman clan name. In the 17th century, the spelling Anthony was associated with the Greek anthos meaning flower.

  • Rated 2.38 out of 4 stars

Rating: 2.38 (13 votes)

Antoinette

English - Female

Feminine form of Anthony: Highly praiseworthy. From a Roman clan name. In the 17th century, the spelling Anthony was associated with the Greek anthos meaning flower.

  • Rated 3 out of 4 stars

Rating: 3.00 (18 votes)

Anton

English - Male

Variant of Anthony: Highly praiseworthy. From a Roman clan name. In the 17th century, the spelling Anthony was associated with the Greek anthos meaning flower.

  • Rated 2.71 out of 4 stars

Rating: 2.71 (17 votes)

Antonina

English - Female

Feminine form of Anthony: Highly praiseworthy. From a Roman clan name. In the 17th century, the spelling Anthony was associated with the Greek anthos meaning flower.

  • Rated 2 out of 4 stars

Rating: 2.00 (8 votes)

Antony

English - Male

Highly praiseworthy. From a Roman clan name. In the 17th century, the spelling Anthony was associated with the Greek anthos meaning flower.

  • Rated 2.44 out of 4 stars

Rating: 2.44 (9 votes)

Arabella

English - Female

From Latin orabilis meaning "yielding to prayer".

  • Rated 3.86 out of 4 stars

Rating: 3.86 (21 votes)

Archibald

English - Male

Very bold.

  • Rated 3.63 out of 4 stars

Rating: 3.63 (8 votes)