Ancient Greek Baby Names With Meanings
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Ancient-Greek Baby Names List
|Achaikos||Achaikos is the ancient Greek form of Achaicus. It refers to a region in Greece names Achaia.||Boy|
|Aeropos||Male form of the name Aerope.||Boy|
|Aeschylus||Aeschylus originates from the Greek name Aischylos, which means shame.||Boy|
|Agapetos||Agapetos is the original form of Agapito. It means beloved.||Boy|
|Aikaterine||Ancient Greek form of Katerine. It means pure.||Girl|
|Akakios||Akakios is derived from a Greek word meaning innocent or not evil.||Boy|
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|Alkaios||Alkaios is Greek form of Alcaeus. It means strength.||Boy|
|Alketas||Strength, a strong man.||Boy|
|Alkibiades||Alkibiades is the Greek form of Alcibiades. It means strength or force.||Boy|
|Ampelios||Ampelios is the original Greek form of the name Ampelio. It means vine.||Boy|
|Anakletos||Original Greek form of Anacletus. It means invoked.||Boy|
|Anaxagoras||Anaxagoras is derived from Greek element anax, which means master, or lord and agora, which means assembly, marketplace.||Boy|
|Androkles||Greek form of Androcles. It means glory of man.||Boy|
|Andronikos||Andronikos is a form of Andronicus. It means victory of a man.||Boy|
|Aniketos||Original form of Anicetus. It means 'unconquerable'.||Boy|
|Antigonus||The ancient Greek name means against or compared to.||Boy|
|Aristomache||She who is best in the battle.||Girl|
|Aspasia||Name of the lover Pericles||Girl|
|Asphodel||Name of the flower lily; resembles a flower||Girl|
|Athanasia||Greek name for immortal||Girl|
|Athanasios||The immortal divine soul||Boy|
|Basileios||Ancient Greek form of Basil, meaning king.||Boy|
|Chares||The name is derived from Greek word chari, meaning grace, kindness.||Boy|
|Cleisthenes||Glory and strength||Boy|
|Damianos||Ancient Greek form of Damian. It means to tame.||Boy|