What sport doesn’t have an ‘A’ in its name?
I’ll assume you’re choosing a first name, because choosing last names would be a bit more difficult. Let me know if I assumed wrong!
One of the most difficult part about names is that if a name is from a country with a different language, it will have different spellings. While Meenakshi is only spelled one way in one language, id could have instead be translated to Minakshi, Minaxi, etc. So, for the sake of simplicity, I will only answer with names of English Origin.
There are some names that have been overused, such as ***, Jane, Bob, etc. Those names that you may learn while LEARNING English.
Here are some short first names, of English origin, that don’t have other spellings.
Ada, Ava, Eve, Ivy, Joy, Lia, Nia, Pam, Rue, Tea, Tia, Uma, Zoe
Ari, Ash, Avi, Bas, Ben, Bix, Cal, Dax, Eli, Fox, Hal, Ike, Ivo, Leo, Max, Oz, Vin
Hope that helped!
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