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Not to be confused with Eithne (opera).
Eithne is a female personal name of Irish origin. The meaning is “kernel” or “grain”.
Other spellings and earlier forms include Ethnea, Ethlend, Ethnen, Ethlenn, Ethnenn, Eithene, Ethne, Aithne, Enya, Ena, Edna, Etney, Eithnenn, Eithlenn, Eithna, Ethni, Edlend, Edlenn. 36 more words

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lotus flower

Region of origin
India, Nepal

Pankaj is a Hindu given name, common in Nepal and India. It has its roots in the Sanskrit word paṅkaja which refers to the lotus flower. 203 more words

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Aventina may refer to:

Aventina (given name), Russian female first name
Aventina (moth), a genus of moths of the Noctuidae family

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Balthazar (also spelled Balthasar or Baltazar) may refer to:

Film, television and literature

Balthazar (novel), 1958 novel by Lawrence Durrell
Balthasar, 1889 book by Anatole France… 690 more words

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Saeb or Saib is an Arabic male name. The following individuals are named “Saeb”:

Saeb Erekat, Palestinian official
Saeb N. Jaroudi, Lebanese official
Saeb Jendeya, Palestinian footballer… 19 more words

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Seven Great S Word Names

Fittingly, I had to kick off my Seven Great “S” Word Names article with the numerical name Seven. David and Victoria Beckham gave this daughter the name Harper Seven, seven being his jersey number. 196 more words

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