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# Name Origin Meaning Gender Save

1301 Alexio Greek Defender of man. M
1302 Alexis Greek Defender of man. M
1303 Alexis Russian Defender or helper. This Russian masculine name became popular in Britain and the US in the early 20th century, and is now given to children of either sexe. M
1304 Aleyn ArthurianLegend A Fisher king. M
1305 Alf Swedish Wise. M
1306 Alfarin Norse Son of Hlif. M
1307 Alfarinn Norse Son of Hlif. M
1308 Alfgeir Norse E!fin spear. M
1309 Alfie English Diminutive of Alfred: Sage, wise. From the Old English Aelfraed, meaning elf counsel. Also from Ealdfrith or Alfrid, meaning old peace. Handsome. M

1310 Alfons Swedish Noble or ready. M
1311 Alfonse German Variant of Alphonse: Ready for a fight. Common in Spain since the 7th century. Famous bearer: Gangster Al Capone's name was Alphonse. M
1312 Alfonso German Ready for a fight. M
1313 Alfonso Spanish Spanish form of Alphonse 'eager for war'. M
1314 Alfonso Swedish Noble or ready. M
1315 Alfonso Teutonic Eager for war. M
1316 Alfonze German Ready for a fight. M
1317 Alfonzo German Ready for a fight. M
1318 Alford English From the old ford. M
1319 Alfred Anglo-Saxon Name of a king. M
1320 Alfred English Sage; wise; elvin. From the Old English Aelfraed, meaning elf counsel. Also from Ealdfrith or Alfrid, meaning old peace. Famous bearers: Alfred the Great was a 9th-century king, Alfred Lord Tennyson was a famous 19th-century poet. M