|62||Alphonsine||German||Feminine form of Alphonso: From Old German Adalfuns meaning noble-ready. Common in Spain since the 7th century.||F|
|63||Alva||German||Army of elves.||F|
|64||Alvar||German||Army of elves.||F|
|65||Alvara||German||Army of elves.||F|
|66||Alvarie||German||Army of elves.||F|
|67||Alvie||German||Army of elves.||F|
|69||Alys||German||From the Old German Adalheidis meaning nobility. Also sweet.||F|
|72||Amalda||German||Eagle or strong.||F|
|73||Amalia||German||Variant of Amelia: From the Old German Amalburga, meaning labour and the Latin Aemilia.||F|
|74||Amalie||German||From Amelia, a derivative the Old German Amalburga meaning labor.||F|
|75||Amalle||German||Variant of Amelia: From the Old German Amalburga, meaning labour and the Latin Aemilia.||F|
|77||Amelia||German||Variant of Amelia: From the Old German Amalburga, meaning labour and the Latin Aemilia.||F|
|78||Angelika||German||'Like an angel.||F|
|79||Annalisa||German||Variant of Anneliese: Derived from a compound of Anna (grace) and Liesa, which is a German diminutive of Elizabeth (God is bountiful).||F|
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