Aislinn or some variation of spelling has always been a name I liked
My girls are Abigail and Annaliese those have been mentioned but are awesome names if I do say so myself.
I like the name Audrey or there is a variation for the name, Audrina.
Though, there have been some great suggestions already, names that I would have said otherwise.
I'm experiencing a sensation altogether new to me, and frankly... I LOVE IT!
All names that i really like:
Ana´s, Alba, Abella, Alina, Aliza, Amaya and Aria
I'm surprised this hasn't been suggested yet on HERE: Astra
Some may never live, but the crazy never die. -HST BOTOC Power!
Andromeda, Aphrodite, Annalucia, Astra, Astrid, Antigone, Apollonia (after the beautiful girl from the original Godfather), Adrianna, Aleithia (truthful), Athanasia (Immortal)
What? Over? Did you say "Over"? Nothing is over, until we decide it is!
Annushka- Anne in Russian
God loves you so much, that he made you read this, just to let you know.
Audrey (means something like noble and strong if I remember correctly).
Have a nice day!
Artemis - Greek Goddess of Moon. :)
Pronounced Aleece-eeya, or Aleece-ya, or simply Alish-ya
The women in my family liked that the spelling and pronounciation were unique.
Nick names: Aly (al-ee), Alys (aleece), Lys (leece), Lee, Liss, or just Al
My daughter has had a lifetime of satisfaction.
... And congratulations!!! The amount of joy received from a daughter far outweighs the overwhelming fear during their teen years (fortunately).
Workin' on my 366 day (Leap Year) set of Straight Razors! (It's bloodletting with style!)
Addison (with an "o")...a fine Southern name which would work well for either boy or girl. The gender-specific emphasis can be dealt with by using an appropriate middle name.
"Addison Sue, Addison Jane"
"Addison John", Addison Will"
You get the idea....good luck
"Here in this darkness, I know what I've done..I know all at once who I am"
Interesting. "Atalaya" was the Huntington's summer home south of Myrtle Beach, S.C. How far is that from your home?
I know it doesn't begin with "A", but I've always liked the name "Natalie".
Aisling(gaelic, dream or vision) pronounced ASH-ling or ASH-leen
I've always liked the name Annika.