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# Name Origin Meaning Gender Save

81 Anatol Slavic From the east. M
82 Ancel French Variant of Ansel: Follower; one who follows a nobleman. M
83 Ancil French Adherent of a nobleman. M
84 Ancil Teutonic Divine helmet. M
85 Andriel English Manly; brave. Modern variant of Andrew. M
86 Angel Greek Messenger or angel. A popular masculine name in Sicily after the 13th-century saint, Angel. Angel Clare is the hero of Thomas Hardy's novel 'Tess of the DUrbervilles'. M
87 Angel Latin Messenger. Biblical name for spirit messengers God sends men. M
88 Angel Spanish Angel. M
89 Angell Greek Messenger. M

90 Anibal Greek Graced by God. M
91 Anibal Spanish Grace of God. M
92 Anil Hindi Air. M
93 Aniol Greek Manly. M
94 Anschel Hebrew Variant of Asher: Happy. In the old Testament, Asher was one of Jacob's sons. M
95 Ansel English God's protection. Variant of Anseim: Introduced from Germany by 11th century St Anselm, who became Archbishop of Canterbury. M
96 Ansel French Adherent of a nobleman. M
97 Ansel German God's protection. M
98 Ansel Teutonic Divine helmet. M
99 Ansell English God's protection. Variant of Anseim: Introduced from Germany by 11th century St Anselm, who became Archbishop of Canterbury. M
100 Ansell French Adherent of a nobleman. M