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Meaning of the Name America

187 names found for "America"   (page 1 of 4) 

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The first name America is of Latin origin. It is often a boy or girl name. It has the following meaning(s):

Latin: Land of the Prince

Similar Names

Amerigo | Amaris | Amarisa | Amarise | Amarissa | Amorica | Americus |

Related Names

Adair  (English)
Variant of Edgar: Fortunate and Powerful. from the Old English Name Eadgar, a Compound of 'Ead' Meaning Rich or Happy, and 'Gar' Meaning Spear. Famous Bearer: King Edgar of England; American Author Ed
Adlai  (Hebrew)
Justice of God; My Ornament. an Old Testament Name, Now Generally Associated With American Statesman Adlai Stevenson
Alda  (German)
Feminine Form of Aldo: Originally an Old German Name Meaning Old. Popular in Italy and Among North American Families of Italian Descent. Aldo Was a Saint
Aldo  (German)
Originally an Old German Name Meaning Old. Popular in Italy and Among North American Families of Italian Descent. Aldo Was a Saint. Old or Wise
Alds  (German)
Variant of Aldo: Originally an Old German Name Meaning Old. Popular in Italy and Among North American Families of Italian Descent. Aldo Was a Saint. Old or Wise
Aldus  (German)
Variant of Aldo: Originally an Old German Name Meaning Old. Popular in Italy and Among North American Families of Italian Descent. Aldo Was a Saint. Old or Wise
Alger  (English)
Variant of Algar: from the Old English Name Aelfgar, Meaning Elf Spear.In the S, American Government Official Alger Hiss Was Accused of Spying for the Ussr
Alva  (Hebrew)
Brightness, Exalted, Exalted One. The Form Alvah is Used in the Old Testament. Famous Bearer: Prolific American Inventor Thomas Alva Edison Developed the Electric Light Bulb
Amy  (French)
Dearly Loved; Beloved. from the Old French Amee, Which Derives from the Latin Amatus Meaning Loved. in Common Use After Publication of American Louisa May Alcott's 'Little Women'
Archie  (English)
A Popular Diminutive of Archibald, Meaning True and Bold, Valuable. Famous Bearers: a Ventriloquist's Dummy in the Radio Programme 'Educating Archie'; a Philisophical Cockroach Created by American Wri
Artemus  (Greek)
Follower/Gift of Artemis (Greek Goddess of the Hunt and Counterpart of the Roman Diana). Famous Bearer: American Humorist Charles Farrar Browne Used the Pseudonym Artemus Ward
Barbra  (English)
A Variant of Barbara, Meaning Foreign or Strange, Traveler from a Foreign Land. in Catholic Custom St. Barbara is a Protectress Against Fire and Lightning. Famous Bearer: , American Singer Barbra Stre
Bette  (French)
A Diminutive the Hebrew Elizabeth: My God is Plentiful. Also Used As an Alternate Spelling of Betty. Famous References - American Actress Bette Davis
Boone  (English)
Good; a Blessing. American Frontier Hero Daniel Boone
Boone  (French)
Good; a Blessing. American Frontier Hero Daniel Boone
Brant  (English)
Proud; Variant of Brand. Mohawk Indian Joseph Brant Was a Renowned Strategist Who Fought for the British During the American Revolution; and a Devout Scholar Who Translated Christian Religious Works i
Branton  (English)
Variant of Brand. Mohawk Indian Joseph Brant Was a Renowned Strategist Who Fought for the British During the American Revolution; and a Devout Scholar Who Translated Christian Religious Works into His
Brantson  (English)
Variant of Brand. Mohawk Indian Joseph Brant Was a Renowned Strategist Who Fought for the British During the American Revolution; and a Devout Scholar Who Translated Christian Religious Works into His
Brent  (English)
Derived from a Surname and Place Name; Based on the Old English Words for High Place, Steep Hill, or Burnt. Used Occasionally As a First Name in North America Since the S
Broderick  (English)
From the Broad Ridge. Derived from a Surname Meaning 'son of Roderick'; Now Occasionally Used As a First Name. Famous Bearer: American Actor Broderick Crawford
Bud  (English)
Derived from Bud, a Colloquial Term of Address Used in the United States; Short for Buddy, Meaning Friend. Common As a Nickname, But Less Common As a First Name. American Comedian Bud Abbott's Real Na
Buddey  (English)
Variant of Buddy: Friend. Famous Bearer: American Early Rock Star Who Died Young in a Tragic Plane Crash
Buddie  (English)
Variant of Buddy: Friend. Famous Bearer: American Early Rock Star Who Died Young in a Tragic Plane Crash
Buddy  (English)
Friend. Famous Bearer: American Early Rock Star Who Died Young in a Tragic Plane Crash
Burt  (English)
Derived from the Old English 'Beorht' Meaning Bright, Glorious. Also Used As a Name Derived from the Surname and Place Name Burton, Meaning Fortified Enclosure. Famous Bearers: American Actors Burt La
Buster  (English)
Derived from a Nickname Used in the United States, Occasionally Used As a First Name in Honour of American Silent Film Comic Actor Buster Keaton
Calvin  (English)
Bald. Famous Bearers: Early Th Century American President Coolidge; Fashion Designer Calvin Klein
Calvino  (English)
Variant of Calvin: Bald. Famous Bearers: Early Th Century American President Coolidge; Fashion Designer Calvin Klein
Candace  (Hebrew)
Famous Bearer: American Actress Candice Bergen
Candice  (Hebrew)
Famous Bearer: American Actress Candice Bergen
Candy  (Hebrew)
Diminutive of Candace: Famous Bearer: American Actress Candice Bergen
Carolina  (Latin)
Strong. A Latinized Form of Caroline. Famous Bearer: the American States of North and South Carolina Were Named After British King Charles I
Casey  (English)
From a Polish Word Meaning 'Proclamation of Peace.' a Diminutive of Casirnir, Cassandra, or Catherine. Popularized As a Boy's Name by the American Folk Song 'Casey Jones'
Cecil  (English)
Blind (From the Roman Clan Name Caecilius). Famous Bearers: the African State of Rhodesia is Named After British Statesman Cecil Rhodes; American Film Producer/Director Cecil B. De Mille
Cecilio  (English)
Variant of Cecil: Blind (From the Roman Clan Name Caecilius). Famous Bearers: the African State of Rhodesia is Named After British Statesman Cecil Rhodes; American Film Producer/Director Cecil B. De M
Cecillo  (English)
Variant of Cecil: Blind (From the Roman Clan Name Caecilius). Famous Bearers: the African State of Rhodesia is Named After British Statesman Cecil Rhodes; American Film Producer/Director Cecil B. De M
Cecillus  (English)
Variant of Cecil: Blind (From the Roman Clan Name Caecilius). Famous Bearers: the African State of Rhodesia is Named After British Statesman Cecil Rhodes; American Film Producer/Director Cecil B. De M
Celio  (English)
Variant of Cecil: Blind (From the Roman Clan Name Caecilius). Famous Bearers: the African State of Rhodesia is Named After British Statesman Cecil Rhodes; American Film Producer/Director Cecil B. De M
Charles  (English)
Man (From the Old English 'Ceorl'). Famous Bearers: American Movie Star Charles Bronson; British Prince Charles; Evolutionist Charles Darwin
Charlton  (English)
A Variant of Carlton, Meaning Peasants' Settlement. Derived from a Surname and Place Name Based on the Old English.Free Men's Town. Famous Bearers: American Actor Charlton Heston
Che  (Spanish)
God Will Increase; God Will Add. Abbreviation of Jose; Latin-american Revolutionary Che Guevara
Cherokee  (American)
Language Belonging to the Iroquoian Branch of the Hokan-siouan Linguistic Family. Origin: Native American
Cherokee  (Native American)
People of a Different Speech. One of the Largest American Indian Tribes
Chester  (English)
From an English Surname and Place Name, But Ultimately Based on the Latin 'Castra' Meaning Camp. Famous People: American President Chester A. Arthur
Chip  (English)
Diminutive of Charles: Man (From the Old English 'Ceorl'). Famous Bearers: American Movie Star Charles Bronson; British Prince Charles; Evolutionist Charles Darwin
Chloe  (Greek)
Green Shoot. Fresh Blooming. Famous Bearers: the Title Chloe Was Borne by Demeter, Greek Goddess of Agriculture. Chloe Was a Character in American Writer Hairiet Beecher Stowe's 'Uncle Tom's Cabin'
Chris  (English)
Diminutive of Christine: a Variant of Christina. in the S, Christine Was One of the Three Most Common Feminine Names in Britain. Famous People: American Tennis Player Chris Lloyd
Christine  (English)
A Variant of Christina. in the S, Christine Was One of the Three Most Common Feminine Names in Britain. Famous People: American Tennis Player Chris Lloyd Was Born Christine Evert
Chuck  (English)
A Diminutive of Charles from the Old English 'Ceorl' Meaning Man. Famous Bearer: American Singer Chuck Berry
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