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61 Acheron Latin River of sorrow. M
62 Actaeon Greek In ancient Greek mythology Actaeon was a hunter dismembered by his own dogs. M
63 Actaeon Latin A hunter. M
64 Acteon Greek A hunter dismembered by his own dogs. M
65 Acton English A town in the U.K. M
66 Acwellen Anglo-Saxon Kills. M
67 Adalson English Son of All. M
68 Adalwen German Noble friend. M
69 Adalwin German Noble friend. M

70 Adamnan Anglo-Saxon Name of an abbot. M
71 Adamnan Hebrew Little Adam, from Adam meaning red, a reference to either the red skin or the red earth from which the Old Testament Adam was created (Genesis 2:7). St Adamnan was a 7th century Irish saint and biographer of St Columba:. M
72 Adamnan Irish Little Adam. M
73 Adamson English Son of Adam. M
74 Adamson Hebrew Son of Adam: Man of the red earth. M
75 Adamsson Hebrew Son of Adam: Man of the red earth. M
76 Adan Hebrew Son of Adam: Man of the red earth. M
77 Adan Spanish Variant of Adam 'From the red earth.'. M
78 Addamson Hebrew Son of Adam: Man of the red earth. M
79 Addison English Son of Adam. M
80 Addon Biblical Basis; foundation; the Lord M