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Ajax

Greek: Eagle

Latin: A Greek at Troy

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Arnett

English: Little eagle

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Ava

One of the great hits of our day, Ava still calls up the image of sultry Hollywood beauty Ava Gardner. The name has become...

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Avis

English: Refuge in battle

Latin: Bird; variant of Ava and Aya

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Aya

Hebrew: Bird; possibly related to the name Avis

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Birdie

English: Bird, like a bird; contemporary name referring to our fine feathered friends and their characteristics and talents

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Calandra

Greek: Beautiful one or name given to a lark

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Chava

Hebrew: Life

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Chayton

Native American: Falcon (Sioux)

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Chenoa

Native American: Dove

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Colm

Gaelic Origin

Irish Origin

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Crane

Nature/bird name for a genus of large birds with long legs and neck. Word name for a machine. A verb meaning "to extend one's...

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Derora

Hebrew: Free

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Evelyn

Evelyn is a romantic and feminine name that is making a comeback from it's super popular days a century ago, perhaps due...

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Falcon

English: Surname relating to falconry.

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Halcyone

Greek: Time of peace, kingfisher; In Greek mythology, Halcyone threw herself into the sea after the death of her husband. Out of...

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Hawk

English: Hunting bird; When this name was created, hunting with hawks was considered an aristocratic sport.

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Hula

Native American: Eagle (Osage)

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Jemima

Arabic Origin

Hebrew: Little dove; in the Bible, one of Job''s three daughters, who were known as the most beautiful women of their time (the other...

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Jonah

Hebrew: Dove; In the Bible, Jonah the prophet was swallowed by a great fish and safely emerged from his belly three days later. Sailors...

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Koko

Native American: Night (Blackfoot)

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Kranich

German: Crane

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Lark

English: Lark, a songbird; used predominantly for girls

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Linette

Celtic Origin

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Luyu

Native American: Wild dove

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Manu

Hindi: Wise; a ruler of the earth

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Orel

Russian: Eagle

Slavic: Eagle

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Osyka

Native American: Eagle (Choctaw)

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Paloma

Spanish: Dove

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Phoebe

From the Shakespearean play As You Like It

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