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301 Arlyss Anglo-Saxon Honorable. M
302 Aronos Hebrew Variant of Aaron: Lofty; exalted; high mountain. M
303 Aros Norse From the river's mouth. M
304 Arruns Latin Killed Turnus. M
305 Artaxerxes Biblical 'The silence of light, fervent to spoil' M
306 Artemas Biblical 'Whole, sound' M
307 Artemas Greek Variant of Artemus: Follower/gift of Artemis (Greek goddess of the hunt and counterpart of the Roman Diana). M
308 Artemidorus Shakespearean 'The Tragedy of Julius Caesar' A teacher of rhetoric. M
309 Artemus Greek Follower/gift of Artemis (Greek goddess of the hunt and counterpart of the Roman Diana). Famous bearer: 19th century American humorist Charles Farrar Browne used the pseudonym Artemus Ward. M

310 Artimas Greek Variant of Artemus: Follower/gift of Artemis (Greek goddess of the hunt and counterpart of the Roman Diana). M
311 Artimis Greek Variant of Artemus: Follower/gift of Artemis (Greek goddess of the hunt and counterpart of the Roman Diana). M
312 Artimus Greek Variant of Artemus: Follower/gift of Artemis (Greek goddess of the hunt and counterpart of the Roman Diana). M
313 Artis Celtic Diminutive of Arthur: Bear; rock. M
314 Artus French Noble. M
315 Aruns Latin Killed Turnus. M
316 Arvalis Latin From the cultivated land. M
317 Arviragus Shakespearean 'Cymbeline' Son to Cymbeline, disguised under the name of Cadwal, a supposed son to Belarius. M
318 Arvis English The people's friend. M
319 Ascalaphus Greek Turned into an owl by Persephone. M
320 Ascanius Greek Figure in ancient Greek mythology. M