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Adeline

Adeline (pr. a-du-leen and ad-a-lien) was originally used as a French diminutive of Adèle, the French form of Adela which comes from Germanic element  39 more words

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Roya

Roya is a Persian female name meaning “dream, vision” which comes from Arabic r-ʾ-y 

(ر ء ي), related to seeing with one’s eyes.

Origin: Arabic… 11 more words

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Clarence

Clarence was first created as the name of the title  of a dukedom for the second son of King Edward III, Lionel of Antwerp, in 1362. 73 more words

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Clio

Clio is the Latinized form of Greek Kleio meaning “glory” which comes from Greek kleo (to make famous, to celebrate) derived from Proto-Indo-European ḱlew- (to hear).  49 more words

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Suzanne

Suzanne is the French form of Susanna, the Greek form of Hebrew name Shoshannah which means “lily”; it also means “rose” in modern Hebrew. It may ultimately be derived from Egyptian  69 more words

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Barnaby

Barnaby is a Medieval English form of Barnabas, the Greek form of an Aramaic name of uncertain meaning though it could mean “son of the prophet” or perhaps “son of encouragement” or “son of consolation”. 31 more words

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Guinevere

Guinevere is the wife of King Arthur who was in love with Lancelot and whose affair led to her husband’s downfall. Guinevere is the Norman French form of  67 more words

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