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A

Aberfa (From the mouth of the river)

Abertha (From a word meaning sacrifice)

Adain (From a Welsh word meaning winged)

Adara (Catches birds)

Addfwyn (From a word meaning meek)

Aderyn (A bird)

Aelwen (Fair browed)

Aelwyd (From the hearth)

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Aeres (Welsh name for heiress)

Aeron (An unusual boy's name)

Aeron (Celtic goddess of battle and slaughter, Agrona)

Aerona (Female version of Aeron)

Aeronwen (Fair)

Afan (Celtic saint's names, name of a river)

Afanen (Raspberry)

Afon (Name of a river)

Afon (Name of a river)

Alaw (Water lily)

Aled (Offspring)

Alis (Welsh form of Alice)

Alun (Harmony)

Alwen (A river in Clwyd)

Alwena (Variant of Alwen)

Alwyn (Great white, blessed)

Amser (Time)

Anarawd (Undisgraced, free of shame)

Andras (Man, warrior)

Aneira (Truly golden)

Aneirin (Modest, noble)

Aneurin (Truly golden)

Angharad (Free from shame)

Angwen (Very handsome)

Angwyn (Very handsome)

Anna (Name of one of King Arthur's sisters)

Annwyl (Beloved)

Anwen (Meaning very fair or blessed)

Anwyn (Variant of Anwen)

Aranrhod (Huge round wheel)

Arawn (Unrestrained wildness)

Argel (Refuge)

Arglwyddes (From a word meaning lady)

Argoel (Omen)

Arial (Vigorous)

Arianell (Silver)

Arianwen (White, fair, blessed, shining, holy)

Arlais (From the temple)

Armes (Prophetess)

Art (Bear hero, A rock)

Arthes (She bear)

Arthfael (Warrior prince)

Arthus (Bear hero, A rock)

Arwel (Prominent)

Arwen (Female version of Arwyn)

Arwydd (Sign)

Asgre (From a word meaning heart)

Atawn (Harmony)

Aures (Gold)

Auron (Gold, a divine ending)

Awstin (Venerable)

Aylwen (A fair brow)

B

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Banon (From a word meaning queen)

Bedwyr (A knight of King Arthur)

Begw (Short form of Megan)

Berth (Beautiful)

Berthog (Wealthy)

Berwyn (Fair-haired)

Berwyn (Fair-haired)

Bethan (A form of Elizabeth)

Betrys (The blessed one)

Bleddyn (Like a wolf)

Bleddyn (Like a wolf)

Bledig (Like a wolf)

Bledig (Like a wolf)

Blodeuwedd (Appears like flowers)

Blodeuyn (Flower)

Blodwen (White flower)

Bowen (Son of Owen)

Braith (Diversely-coloured)

Braith (Freckled)

Bran (Crow, raven)

Bran (Crow, raven)

Branwen (Beautiful)

Bregus (Frail)

Brenin (King)

Briallen (A Primrose)

Brin (A hill)

Bron (Short for Bronwen)

Bronwen (White)

Bronwyn (Fair breast)

Brychan (Pied, spotted, speckled)

Brychan (Pied, spotted, speckled)

Bryn (A hill)

Bryn (A hill)

Brynmor (A large hill)

Brynmor (A large hill)

Brynn (Hill)

Buddug (Victory)

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Cadell (The battle spirit)

Cadfael (Battle prince)

Cadfan (Battle raven)

Cadoc (Battle)

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Cadwalader (Battle leader)

Cadwgawn (Battle glory)

Cadwyn (Bright chain)

Caerwyn (Fair love)

Caethes (Slave)

Cafell (Oracle)

Cai (Lord)

Caitrin (Pure)

Canaid (Song)

Caradoc (Friendly)

Caradoc (Dearly loved)

Cari (To love, friend)

Caron (Loving or kind-hearted)

Caron (To love)

Carryl (Love)

Carwyn (Dearly loved)

Carys (The beloved one)

Catrin (Pure)

Cedrych (Bounty, Spectacle, Founder)

Cefin (Little comely one)

Ceinwen (Blessed and fair)

Celyn (Holly)

Ceri (To love)

Ceri (To love)

Ceridwen (Fair poetry)

Cerwen (White)

Cledwyn (Rough but blessed)

Colwyn (Name of a river)

Conway (Hound of the plains)

Conwy (Hound of the plains)

Corsen (Reed)

Cragen (Shell)

Cranogwen (Linked to the place Llangrannog)

Creirwy (Daughter of the goddess Ceridwen)

Crisiant (Like a crystal)

Crisiant (Like a crystal)

Cristyn (Welsh version of Christine)

Crystin (Welsh version of Christine)

Cymreiges (A woman of Wales)

Cynddelw (Exalted effigy)

Cynfor (A great chief)

Cynwrig (High hill)

D

Dafina (Welsh form of the Davina)

Dafydd (Beloved)

Dai (To shine)

Daron (Oak, of the divine ending)

Deiniol (God is my judge)

Del (Pretty)

Delia (Dark or black sorrow)

Delwyn (Pretty, white)

Delyth (Neat and pretty)

Derfel (A Welsh saint)

Deri (Oak)

Derog (Obstinate one)

Derren (Bird)

Derryth (Of the Oak)

Derwen (From the oak tree)

Derwen (Oak tree)

Derwyn (Oak tree)

Deryn (Bird)

Dewi (Welsh form of David)

Dewydd (Beloved)

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Dicra (Slow)

Difyr (Amusing)

Dilwen (Female version of Dilwyn)

Dilwyn (Truly blessed)

Dilys (Genuine)

Disgleirio (Shine, glitter)

Disgleirio (Shine, glitter)

Don (Goddess in Welsh mythology)

Dona (Goddess in Welsh mythology)

Druantia (A Celtic goddess)

Drysi (Thorn)

Dwyn (Pleasant, agreeable, holy)

Dwynwen (The Welsh patron saint of lovers)

Dyfan (Welsh form of Damon)

Dyfed (Beloved)

Dyl (Great sea)

Dylan (Sea God, Son of the waves)

Dylis (Sincere)

E

Ebrill (April, one born in April)

Efa (Life)

Eifion (Meaning unknown)

Eilian (Second, moment in time)

Eilian (The name of a Welsh saint)

Eiluned (Much or greatly desired)

Eilwen (White brow)

Einion (Anvil)

Eira (Snow)

Eirian (Bright, beautiful)

Eirianwen (Splendid, shining, holy)

Eiriol (Snowdrop)

Elen (Light)

Eleri (Name of a river in Ceredigion and a 5th C. saint)

Elgan (Bright circle)

Elidyr (Brass, bronze)

Elis (The Lord is my God)

Elisud (Kind)

Eluned (Much or greatly desired)

Elyan (Second, moment in time)

Emlin (Place name)

Emlyn (Industrious)

Emlyn (Place name)

Emrick (Immortal)

Emris (Immortal)

Emrys (Immortal)

Emyr (Honour)

Enfys (Rainbow)

Enfys (Rainbow)

Enid (Quiet woman, Soul)

Enrhydreg (Daughter of Tuduathar of Welsh legends)

Epona (Goddess associated with horses)

Ercwlff (Glory of Hera, Hercules)

Erdudvyl (Daughter of Tryffin of Welsh tales)

Eres (Wonderful)

Essyllt (She who is gazed at)

Eurig (Gold)

Eurneid (Daughter of Clydno in Welsh tales)

Eurolwyn (Daughter of Gwydolwyn in Welsh legends)

Eurwyn (Fair, golden)

Evan (Young warrior)

Ewan (Warrior)

Ewein (Well born)

Ewen (Warrior)

F

Ffanci (Fancy)

Ffion (Foxglove)

Ffionn (Foxglove flower)

Fflur (Flower)

Ffraid (Welsh form of Brigid, an Irish saint)

Ffrancis (Frenchman)

Filomena (Song lover, Friend, Lover of the moon)

Folant (Healthy, strong)