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81 Ashley English Lives in the ash tree grove. Derived from a surname and place name based on the Old English word for ash wood. Famous bearer: Ashley, the male character in Margaret Mitchell's popular 'Gone with the Wind'. Both a male and female name. M
82 Ashly English Lives in the ash tree grove. M
83 Askary Muslim Army. Soldier.. M
84 Atley English From the meadow. M
85 Attley English Variant of Atley: From the meadow. M
86 Atty Celtic Strong as a bear. M
87 Aubrey English Rules with elf-wisdom. Introduced into Britain from France by Aubrey de Vere, a friend of William the Conquerer. De Vere's grandson became the Earl of Oxford. M
88 Aubrey French Blond ruler, elf ruler. From the Old French Auberi, a form of the Old German Alberich meaning elf ruler. M
89 Aubrey Teutonic Rules the elves. M

90 Aubry English Rules with elf-wisdom. M
91 Aubry French Rules with elf-wisdom. M
92 Audley Anglo-Saxon From the old meadow. M
93 Audley English Old friend. M
94 Augusty Latin Majestic. M
95 Augy Latin Diminutive of August: Deserving of respect. M
96 Aulay Norse Variant of Olaf: Relic; ancestral heritage. St. Olaf is the patron saint of Norway, and there were many kings in Scandinavia named Olaf. M
97 Aulay Scottish Ancestor; forefather. A variant of Olaf which derives from the Scottish Gaelic Amhblaibh. M
98 Auley Irish Irish form of Olaf. M
99 Aundray French Variant of Andre: Masculine; manly; brave. M
100 Avery Anglo-Saxon Rules the elves. M