Best twelve positive nouns or positive personal nouns that start with A are given below
Under the table you also get meaning, examples, and origin time of these words.
|1. Amity||2. Acumen|
|3. Activist||4. Aptitude|
|5. Applause||6. Accomplishment|
|7. Axiom||8. Achievement|
|9. Adventure||10. Assent|
|11. Amigo||12. Ace|
With meaning, examples and origin time-
1. Amity (Noun) (1400–50) Peace, harmony, kindliness, concord, cordiality, warmth.
They lived in amity with their neighbors.
Anyway, it’s a good way to show our amity.
2. Acumen (Noun) (1525–35) Awareness, common sense, wisdom, keen insight, shrewdness.
His business acumen has made his very successful.
She has considerable business acumen.
3. Activist (Noun) (1905–10) Advocate, idealist, visionary, a person who campaigns to bring about political or social change.
He’s been a trade union activist for many years.
Sister Souljah is a black political activist turned rapper.
4. Aptitude (Noun) (1400–50) Affection, affinity,
capability, a natural ability, or skill.
She has a special aptitude for mathematics.
He was placed in honors classes because of his general aptitude.
5. Applause (Noun) (1590–1600) Encores, cheering, bravos, acclamation, praise, plaudit.
The Prince won warm applause for his ideas.
She got a round of applause when she finished.
6. Accomplishment (Noun) (1425–75) Achievement, exploit, execution, success, stroke of genius.
Every accomplishment starts with the decision to try.
Her technical accomplishment on the piano is startling.
7. Axiom (Noun) (1475–85) Principle, accepted truth, maxim, proposition, dictum, a self-evident truth that requires no proof.
A minor change in a single axiom produces a drastic change in the game.
It is a widely held axiom that governments should not negotiate with terrorists.
8. Achievement (Noun) (1425-75) Implementation, fulfillment, success, positive result, master stroke.
It was a remarkable achievement for such a young player.
Flying across the Atlantic for the first time was a great achievement.
9. Adventure (Noun) (1200–50) Excitement, stunt, thrill, experience, exploit.
When you’re a child, life is one big adventure.
The reader of adventure stories wants romance and vicarious excitement.
10. Assent (Noun) (1250–1300) Agreement, acceptance, approval, authorization, accede.
The government gave their assent to the project.
The Education Act received the royal assent in 1944.
11. Amigo (Noun) (1830–40) Buddy, friend, familiar, intimate, crony.
Your time will become amigo.
You’ll observe a group made up of more acquaintances than amigos.
12. Ace (Noun) (1250–1300) Expert, master, genius, professional, champion, adept.
He’s an ace footballer.
The team came within an ace of winning the championship.