50 Spanish Girl Names Starting With A

50 Spanish Girl Names Starting With A

Stay true to your heritage by considering Spanish girl names. There are so many options; however, if you have a liking for the letter A, you should consider looking at Spanish girl names starting with the first letter of the alphabet.

Most Spanish names have a meaning to them that is used to describe the personality of the baby. Some parents will wait to meet their baby before naming her, while others will choose a name with a personality that they hope their baby will have.

Arianne, for example, generally has a dynamic, energetic personality. She is always on the move and can be hot-tempered, but she has good morals and is surprisingly intuitive. Ana generally means cunning and untameable and is a great name for a lively, curious baby, while Alejandra is generally reserved for more introverted babies.

If you’re thinking of naming your baby after a beloved family member, you might also want to check out the meaning behind the name to see whether it resonates with you and matches your baby.

Browse through our list of Spanish girl names starting with A to find something that you like. We have some names that are more common and others that are a bit more exotic.

Abigeal

Meaning: The father’s rejoice
Origin: Spanish, Biblical

Abrienda

Meaning: The opening or the inauguration
Origin: Spanish

Acacia

Meaning: Thorny tree
Origin: Spanish

Acela

Meaning: A flower from the God or the ash tree
Origin: Spanish, Latin

Acha

Meaning: The holly bushes or plants
Origin: Spanish

Adalira

Meaning: A kind person, noble
Origin: Spanish

Addolorata

Meaning: Our Lady of the sorrows or grief; Virgin Mary
Origin: Spanish

Adoncia

Meaning: A sweet girl, Sweet like honey
Origin: Spanish

Adoracion

Meaning: An act of religious worship
Origin: Spanish

Adriana

Meaning: Dark
Origin: Spanish

Aelger

Meaning: A bright or merry person
Origin: Spanish

Aelina

Meaning: Bright shining light, a torch
Origin: Spanish

Ahovira

Meaning: In a while, later
Origin: Spanish

Ahvana

Meaning: The capital city of Cuba
Origin: Spanish

Aidia

Meaning: Help
Origin: Spanish

Aimon

Meaning: Homebody
Origin: Spanish

Aixa

Meaning: Alive, she lives
Origin: Spanish, Hebrew

Alatea

Meaning: Truth
Origin: Spanish

Alexandra

Meaning: Helper and defender of mankind
Origin: Greek

Allegria

Meaning: Happiness, pleasure, cheerfulness
Origin: Spanish

Alondra

Meaning: A bird
Origin: Spanish

Alta

Meaning: A exalted and elevated majestic grace of Mary, the mother of Jesus
Origin: Spanish

Amanda

Meaning: Worthy to be loved
Origin: Spanish

Amara

Meaning: Eternally beautiful
Origin: Spanish

Amata

Meaning: The one meant for love and is immortal just like state of nirvana experienced by Buddha
Origin: Spanish

Amaya

Meaning: Night rain
Origin: Spanish

Amelia

Meaning: Hard working
Origin: Spanish

Aminda

Meaning: They are protector of mankind who are loved by all
Origin: Spanish

An

Meaning: The one who is gracious and satisfying
Origin: Spanish

Ana

Meaning: Gracious
Origin: Hebrew

Anahi

Meaning: One form of word for maize in Carib
Origin: Spanish

Analilia

Meaning: The gracious one who always thinks about others
Origin: Spanish

Andeana

Meaning: Leaving
Origin: Spanish

Angelina

Meaning: Messenger of God
Origin: Spanish

Annestas

Meaning: Resurrection
Origin: Spanish

Antonina

Meaning: The one who is worthy of praise and is priceless
Origin: Spanish

Arabella

Meaning: Beautiful lion
Origin: Spanish

Araceli

Meaning: A name derived from heaven
Origin: Spanish

Aracelia

Meaning: An altar formed in heaven
Origin: Spanish

Arama

Meaning: Another name of Virgin Mary
Origin: Spanish

Araseli

Meaning: A wonderful treasure
Origin: Spanish

Arcadia

Meaning: The one who is very simple and happy
Origin: Spanish

Argentina

Meaning: Silver; Derived from Latin word Argentum
Origin: Spanish

Arianne

Meaning: Holy
Origin: Greek

Ascencion

Meaning: Little Noble one
Origin: Spanish

Asuncion

Meaning: A variation of the name Asuncion
Origin: Spanish

Atalaya

Meaning: Guardtower
Origin: Spanish

Atanasia

Meaning: Immortal
Origin: Spanish

Aureliana

Meaning: Golden, unique and creative individuals
Origin: Spanish

Aurora

Meaning: Sunrise
Origin: Spanish