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Ansel is a Germanic name that means “follower of a nobleman”. It can also be taken as a variant of the Yiddish surnames Antschel and Antshel which means 'blessed' or 'fortunate'.
Anselm is a Germanic name in origin that means “helmet of God”.
Anselma originates in Germanic languages and means "protective like God's helmet". It is a feminine form of Anselm. Anselma is a popular 1983 song by Los Lobos.
Anselmo is an Italian, Spanish and Portuguese variant of the Germanic name Anselm which in German means “helmet of God”.
Ansgar originates in Germanic languages and means "spear of god". As a masculine given name it is mainly used in Scandinavia and Germany, in the US it is very rare.
Ansley is a variant of Ainsley. Ainsley originates in Old English language and means "from the field of hermits". It was derived from the name of a place in England. It can be used as both masculine and feminine names. As a masculine name it was popularized by Ainsley Harriott, a British celebrity chef.
Anso is believed to be a derivative of the Old Germanic word 'arn', which means 'eagle', or the word 'ans', which means 'God'.
Anson is believed to be a derivative of an old Greek name that means “son of Agnes”.
Antal is a Hungarian variant of Anthony. Anthony is a version of the Roman name Antonius which means 'praiseworthy'. In English, Tony is the short form of the name.
Antero is a Finnish variant of Andrew. Andrew originates in Greek language and means "virile, manly". In the New Testament, Andrew was an apostle and the first disciple of Jesus. Some sources suggest that the Greek name Andrew was actually just a nickname or a translation of the original Hebrew name of the apostle that is not known. As a masculine given name it started gaining popularity in the 1950s and currently it’s one of most popular names in the US.
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