LIST OF POSITIVE NOUNS STARTING WITH A
Academician a member of an academy, college or university; an academician.
Acceptor one who accepts (specifically in trade and law); a respecter.
Access a near or coming approach; admittance; admission; accessibility.
Acclaim enthusiastic approval.
Accolade a tangible symbol, award or privilege signifying approval or distinction; a praise; a ceremonial embrace or kiss as of salutation or greeting.
Account importance; worth; profit; advantage; calculation; enumeration; an estimate or estimation; valuation; judgment.
Accuracy the quality or state of being correct or precise; exactness; precision; free or freedom from mistakes.
Ace someone who is dazzlingly skilled or expert in any field.
Ace-in-the-hole a hidden resource, benefit or advantage kept in reserve until the proper opportunity presents itself.
Achiever a person with a good record of successes; winner.
Acumen a quick, accurate and penetrating intelligence; the ability to make good judgment and quick decisions.
Addition the process or act of adding one thing to another; quantity added; increase; augmentation.
Adherent a person who supports, pleads for a cause or propounds an idea.
Adjutant a helper; an assistant.
Administrator member who administers affairs; one who directs, manages, executes or dispenses (especially in civil, judicial, political or ecclesiastical affairs); a manager.
Admirer one who admires; one who esteems, loves, respects or approves greatly; a lover.
Adorer one who adores; a worshiper; one who loves or admires greatly.
Advantage a beneficial factor resulting from agreeable conditions; the quality of having a superior or more favorable position; benefit; gain; profit; superiority; mastery; increase; surplus.
Aesthete one who pursuits and admiration of beauty.
Aficionada an enthusiastic and devoted admirer; a woman who is a fan or devotee.
Aficionado an enthusiastic fan, admirer, follower or devotee.
Agent one who exerts power or authority or has the power to act; an actor; an active and efficient cause; something that is capable of producing a certain effect.
Aide an assistant or helper (especially confidential one).
Almsgiver a person who gives alms or aid.
Altruist one who is devoted to the welfare of others.
Ambassador an informal representative or messenger; a diplomat of the highest rank.
Amity friendship in a general sense; harmony; peaceful relationship.
Angel lovable and kind person; one who manifests purity, beauty, goodness and selflessness; a divine guardian spirit.
Apostle a passionate and ardent adherent; a strong supporter.
Appreciator a person fully aware of something and who understands and appreciates it.
Arbiter one with the power to settle matters at will; one chosen or appointed to judge or decide a disputed issue.
Archetype the original pattern, model of a work or the model from which a something is formed or made; an ideal example of a type or something; prototype; quintessence.
Architect one who supervises, plans and designs the construction of buildings; a contriver; designer; maker.
Artisan a skilled worker who practices some trade, handicraft or art.
Artist one who creates art; a person whose creative work shows imagination and sensitivity; one with especial ability or skill in any field.
Artiste a person with artistic pretensions (especially dancer or singer); a public performer.
Assignee one to whom property or rights is transferred (especially for his own enjoyment or trust); one to whom a thing is assigned.
Assigner one who assigns, allots or appoints.
Athlete one fitted for or skilled in intellectual or physical contests.
Author one who initiates, originates or causes something; creator; originator.
Authority the right or power to make decisions or give orders; one whose views are taken as definitive; confidence derived from practice or experience.
Avowal an open admission of knowledge or declaration of affirmation; a frank acknowledgment or admission.
Awardee the recipient of a special honor or award.
Aye an affirmative vote; yes.
Azure the blue sky or vault above; the unclouded or clear sky.