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41 Arial Hebrew Feminine form of Ariel: Sprite; lion of God. A biblical alternate name for Jerusalem. Name of a prankish spirit in Shakespeare's The Tempest. F
42 Arial Welsh Vigorous. F
43 Ariel Biblical Altar, light or lion of God. F
44 Ariel Hebrew Lioness of God. Biblical name for Jerusalem. Used by Shakespeare for a mischevious spirit in The Tempest. F
45 Ariel Shakespearean 'The Tempest' An airy, mischievous spirit. F
46 Ariellel Hebrew Lioness of God. F
47 Auriel Latin Golden. F
48 Auriol Latin Variant of Aurlel: Possibly a variant of the 17th-century names Aureola and Aureole which were derived from the Latin aureolus meaning golden. F
49 Auriol Roman Variant of Aurelia: Feminine form of the Roman clan name Aurelius which derives from the Latin onrum meaning gold. F

50 Aurlel Latin Possibly a variant of the 17th-century names Aureola and Aureole which were derived from the Latin aureolus meaning golden. F
51 Avagail Hebrew My father rejoices. Biblical; the name of King David's third wife described as 'good in discretion and beautiful in form. F
52 Averil English From the Old English Everild, which is derived from words meaning boar-battle. The modern from Averil evolved in the 17th century. Also means Opening buds of spring; born in April. '. F
53 Averil Latin Open. F
54 Averill English Opening buds of spring; born in April. F
55 Averyl English Born in April. F
56 Averyl Latin Open. F
57 Avichayil Hebrew Gives joy. F
58 Avigail Hebrew Gives joy. F
59 Avriel English Opening buds of spring; born in April. F
60 Avril English Opening buds of spring; born in April. F