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AMARAGreekEternal; a form of Amarantha,
Eternal,
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AndromedaGreekRuler of men.' According to Greek mythology, Andromeda married Perseus, who had saved her from Medusa, a monster of the sea. Andromeda was said to be an Aethiopian (meaning African) princess. Ancient Aethiopians considered Perseus and Andromeda the pro
In Greek mythology, Andromeda was the daughter of Cassiopeia and the wife of Perseus. This is also the name of a northern constellation named after the mythological figure.,
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AphroditeGreekFoam-born; The Greek goddess of love, Aphrodite was born from the sea foam, married to the smith god Hephaestus and became the mother of Eros (Cupid) among others.
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ArtemisGreekThe moon goddess.
Huntress and virgin goddess of the moon in Greek mythology, the equivalent of the Roman godess Diana
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CleopatraGreek'Antony and Cleopatra'. Queen of Egypt and Mark Antony's lover.
Of a famous father or glory of the father; Cleopatra was a queen of ancient Egypt and mistress to Julius Caesar and Mark Antony, two great Roman leaders. Her story has been immortalized in several works, including
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LetaGreekVariant of Leda,
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OLAGreekEternity
Ancestor's relic, related to the masculine name Olaf
Life,
Ibo of Nigeria name meaning 'precious, worth.'
Possibly a familiar form of Olesia,
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AlphaGreekFirstborn; the first letter of the Greek alphabet
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JiriGreekForm of George.
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KIROSGreekThe King
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PANYAGreekFeminine form of Stephan crowned with laurels
Swahili name and Kiswahili word meaning 'mouse.'
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RETTAGreekAmharic of Ethiopia name meaning 'he has triumphed, he has won.'
Unknown meaning; This uncommon name likely began as a nickname for Henrietta, Margareta, or Loretta.
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ThemaGreekQueen
Goddess, godly; also abbreviation of names like Althea and Dorothea. The mythological Thea was the Greek goddess of light and mother of the sun, moon, and dawn.
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TomiGreekTwin
Twin; In the New Testament, Thomas the apostle doubted the resurrection of Jesus. This name is also borne by several saints, including philosopher and theologian Saint Thomas Aquinas.,
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YusufGreekArabic form of Joseph.
Farmer; variant of George
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AllyGreekVariant of Alexandra - Defender
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DiandraGreekFlower of God; also a botanical term for flower with two stamens
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DollyGreekA vision, gift of God; pet form of Dorothy,
A vision, gift of God; pet form of Dorothy
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DorieGreekGift; variant of Doris, mythological daughter of sea god Oceanus
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JaseGreekA healing.
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EbonyGreekBlack.,
Ebony tree,
Black or a dark hardwood
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JACIEGreekVariation of Jace
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KatGreekPurity, Virginal. A short form of Katherine.
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KrystalGreekSparkling.
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LexineGreekVariant of Alexandra - Defender
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LukenGreek-BoyShortlist
MauveGreekSoft violet colour.
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MissyGreekBee. Melissa was Mythological princess of Crete who was transformed to a bee after learning how to collect honey.
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SteffiGreekCrown, Garland
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SteffieGreek-GirlShortlist
TangiaGreek-GirlShortlist
TERRIANGreekPhysically strong, ambitious.
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ElletteGreekTorchlight, Shining light.
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PiersGreekStone; rock.
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LucanGreek-BoyShortlist
MaganGreekPearl, Also a shortened form of Margaret
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StepanGreekExalts
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AileenGreekTorchlight, Shining light.
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CaelanGreekGirl; lass
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CatrionaGreekPure, innocent; a traditional female name having variations in many languages and used since the third century A.D. Early Latin forms Katerina and Caterina became Katharine and Catherine.
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NellieGreek-BoyShortlist
PippaGreekOne who loves horses. A short form of Philippa, A feminine form of Philip.
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ArianeGreek-BoyShortlist
BerniceGreekOne who brings victory; variant of Berenice
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CorinGreek-BoyShortlist
DanaeGreekMythological daughter of Acrisius who became the mother of Perseus when Zeus appeared to her as a shower of gold; also a variant of Danielle
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