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Names That Mean Ally

231 names found for "Ally"   (page 2 of 5) 

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Looking for names that mean Ally? We couldn't find the exact name Ally, but listed below are some first names meaning Ally or names similar to the word Ally.

Similar Names

Aelle | Ail | Al | Ala | Alaa | Alai | Alao | Ali | All | Allie |

Related Names

Arek  (Hebrew)
Variant of Aaron: Lofty; Exalted; High Mountain. Biblically, Aaron Was Moses' Older Brother (And Keeper by God's Command). He Was First High Priest of the Israelites, Remembered for the Miraculous Blo
Aud  (English)
Diminutive of Audrey: Originally a Diminutive of Etheidreda. Famous Bearer: Famous Actress Audrey Hepburn
Audra  (English)
Variant of Audrey: Originally a Diminutive of Etheidreda
Augusta  (Latin)
Majestic, Grand. The Feminine Form of Augustus; Meaning Majestic Dignity or Venerable, Originally Given to Female Relatives of Roman Emperors. Famous Bearer: British King George Iii's Mother Was Named
Augustina  (Latin)
Variant of Augusta: Majestic, Grand. The Feminine Form of Augustus; Meaning Majestic Dignity or Venerable, Originally Given to Female Relatives of Roman Emperors
Avira  (English)
Variant of Albreda: Introduced into Britain During the Norman Conquest, from an Old German Name Meaning Elf Counsel Was Originally Used for Both Sexes, But is Now Regarded As a Feminine Name
Barrington  (English)
Fair-haired. Based on a Surname and Place Name of Uncertain Origin. Occasionally Used As a First Name
Beta  (English)
Variant of Elizabeth, , Meaning My God is Bountiful, or God of Plenty, Originally Derived from a Central and Eastern European Name
Beverley  (English)
Beaver Stream, from the Beaver Meadow. Derived from a Surname and Place Name. First Used As a Boy's First Name in the Late Th Century, it Gradually Came to Be Used Also As a Girl's Name, Although Beve
Beverley  (English)
Beaver Stream, Woman from the Beaver Meadow. Derived from a Surname and Place Name. First Used As a Boy's First Name in the Late Th Century, it Gradually Came to Be Used Also As a Girl's Name, Althoug
Bina  (English)
Originally a Diminutive Used for Names Ending in -bina, Like Albina, Columbina, and Robina, Now Frequently Used As an Independent Name
Blakely  (Scandinavian)
Nickname and Abbreviation Occasionally Used for Boys and for Girls
Brenda  (Scottish)
From the Norse, Meaning Sword or Torch, This Name Was Originally Used Only in the Shetland Isles of Scotland, But Spread to Other Parts of the English-speaking World After Brenda Appeared As a Heroine
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
Brian  (English)
Brought to England by the Breton Companions of William the Conqueror, This Name is Originally Derived from the Irish Word for Hill
Britani  (English)
Originally the Ancient Duchy of Bretagne in France. Celtic Bretons Emigrated from France to Become the Bretons of England
Britney  (English)
Originally the Ancient Duchy of Bretagne in France. Celtic Bretons Emigrated from France to Become the Bretons of England
Brittaney  (English)
Originally the Ancient Duchy of Bretagne in France. Celtic Bretons Emigrated from France to Become the Bretons of England
Brittani  (English)
Originally the Ancient Duchy of Bretagne in France. Celtic Bretons Emigrated from France to Become the Bretons of England
Brittanie  (English)
Originally the Ancient Duchy of Bretagne in France. Celtic Bretons Emigrated from France to Become the Bretons of England
Brittany  (English)
Originally the Ancient Duchy of Bretagne in France. Celtic Bretons Emigrated from France to Become the Bretons of England
Brittnee  (English)
Originally the Ancient Duchy of Bretagne in France. Celtic Bretons Emigrated from France to Become the Bretons of England
Brittney  (English)
Originally the Ancient Duchy of Bretagne in France. Celtic Bretons Emigrated from France to Become the Bretons of England
Brittni  (English)
Originally the Ancient Duchy of Bretagne in France. Celtic Bretons Emigrated from France to Become the Bretons of England
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
Bruno  (German)
From the Old German 'Brun' Meaning Brown. Famous Bearers: Three Th and Th Century German Saints, One of Whom Founded the Carthusian Order of Monks. Used Occasionally in English-speaking Countries Sinc
Bryan  (English)
Brought to England by the Breton Companions of William the Conqueror, This Name is Originally Derived from the Irish Word for Hill. Popular Variant of Brian
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
Calla  (Greek)
Beautiful (Callie, Cally)
Callyr  (English)
Lark
Campbell  (Scottish)
Derived from a Scottish Surname Based on the Gaelic Meaning Crooked Mouth. Campbell is Used Occasionally As a First Name in Scotland, and in Families of Scottish Descent in Other Parts of the World
CarIes  (Spanish)
The Spanish Form of Charles; Meaning Strong or Manly, Occasionally Used in English-speaking Countries
CarIo  (Italian)
The Italian Form of Charles; Meaning Strong or Manly, Occasionally Used in English-speaking Countries
Cherry  (English)
Sometimes Used As a Name Derived from the Fruit. Origlnally a Diminutive of Charity. Famous Bearers: Cherry Was One of Mr Pecksniff's Daughters in Charles Dickens' Novel 'Martin Chuzzlewit'
Christmas  (English)
This Name is Derived from the Name of the Christian Festival, and Occasionally Given to Children Born on Christmas Day. Used As Both First Name and Surname Since the Middle Ages
Christmas  (English)
This Name is Derived from the Name of the Christian Festival, and Occasionally Given to Children Born on Christmas Day. Used As Both First Name and Surname Since the Middle Ages
Clarence  (English)
From the Surname and Place Name Clare, Meaning Bright or Clear. Famous Bearers: George, Duke of Clarence, Brother of King Edward Iv and King Richard Iii, Who is Traditionally Believed to Have Drowned
Clementia  (Latin)
Mildness. The Name Clementia Was Borne by the Roman Goddess of Mercy. Clementia and Its Variants Have Been Used Occasionally in Britain Since the Middle Ages, Hut are Uncommon in Modern Times
Clifton  (English)
Settlement on a Cliff. from an Old English Surname and Place Name, Used Only Occasionally As a First Name
Clodagh  (Irish)
From the Name of an Irish River, Clodagh is Used Occasionally As a First Name in Ireland
Colette  (French)
Necklace. Victorious. A Middle Ages Feminine Form of Nicholas Which Was Originally a Diminutive of Nicolette. Famous Bearers - Th Century French Nun St Colette, and Th Century French Writer Colette
Colley  (English)
A Surname Meaning Swarthy, Used Occasionally As a First Name. Famous Bearer, Actor and Dramatist Colley Cibber
Crosland  (English)
Literally 'Cross Land'
Crossland  (English)
Variant of Crosland: Literally 'Cross Land'
Dakota  (Native American)
Friend; Ally. Tribal Name
Dakota  (Native American)
Friend; Ally
Dakotah  (Native American)
Friend; Ally. Tribal Name
Darby  (Irish)
Free from Envy. A Derivitive of Diarmait. Darby and Joan Were a Devoted Elderly Married Couple Originally Depicted in a Poem or Ballad of the Th Century
Donnally  (Celtic)
Brave
Dora  (English)
Originally a Diminutive of Dorothea, Dorothy, or Any Name Ending in -dora. it Has Become Common As a Name on Its Own. Famous Bearer: William Wordsworth's Daughter Was Known in Later Life As Dora
231 names found for "Ally"   (page 2 of 5) 

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