• Adallindis (ancient germanic, noble + soft)
  • Adelphasium (ancient roman)
  • Aliénor (french, the other aenor)
  • Amalaswintha (ancient germanic, work strength)
  • Amalburga (ancient germanic, to save the work)
  • Amata (latin, beloved)
  • Aphrodisia (ancient greek, derived from aphrodite)
  • Apollonia (ancient greek, derived from apollo)
  • Athanasia (greek, immortal)
  • Auriane (french, gold)
  • Azalaïs (occitan, noble type)
  • Benedicta (latin, blessed)
  • Blanchefleur (medieval french, white flower)
  • Brunhilda (german, battle protection)
  • Chlotichilda (germanic, famous battle)
  • Clarimond (french, light of the world)
  • Constantina (latin, constant)
  • Dionysia (greek, dedicated to Dionysos)
  • Eiliswintha (medieval german, strong edge of a sword)
  • Elphège (norman, unknown meaning)
  • Ermentrude (french, universal strength)
  • Esclarmonde (french, light of the world)
  • Ethelswytha (possibly invented)
  • Euphemia (greek, to use words of good omen)
  • Euphrasia (greek, good cheer)
  • Euphrasie (french, good cheer)
  • Euphrosyne (greek, merriment)
  • Eupraxia (ancient greek, good conduct)
  • Farahild (ancient germanic, journey battle)
  • Ferelith (scottish, overlordship)
  • Florimell (english literature)
  • Frideswide (old english, strong peace)
  • Goldiva (anglo-saxon, gold gift)
  • Helewidis (ancient germanic, healthy & wide)
  • Herodias (biblical, sound of the hero)
  • Hestia (greek, hearth)
  • Honorata (latin, distinguished)
  • Honorina (latin, honour)
  • Hrodohaidis (ancient germanic, famous type)
  • Imnechildis (universal battle)
  • Iphianassa (greek, strong-born)
  • Iphigenia (greek, strong-born)
  • Irenaea (greek, peaceful)
  • Léopoldine (french, bold people)
  • Leutgard (ancient germanic, guardian of the people)
  • Lucretia (latin, wealth)
  • Maximiliana (latin, greatest)
  • Mechtild (germanic, strength in battle)
  • Melusine (germanic, strong work)
  • Mnemosyne (greek, remembrance)
  • Narcissa (late latin, sleep)
  • Nymphodora (ancient greek, gift of nymph)
  • Octaviana (latin, eighth)
  • Orphne (greek, darkness)
  • Otthild (german, fortune battle)
  • Persephassa (bringer of death)
  • Pharaildis (ancient germanic, journey battle)
  • Philophrosyne (greek, friendly minded)
  • Rohese (medieval english, famous type)
  • Rohesia (medieval english, famous type)
  • Rosamée
  • Roslindis (ancient germanic, gentle horse)
  • Rothaid (ancient germanic, famous type)
  • Royse (medieval english, rose)
  • Scholastica (latin, rhetorician)
  • Stellamaris (latin, star of the sea)
  • Theodelinde (ancient germanic, gentle people)
  • Theophila (greek, lover of god)
  • Vesperina (latin, of the evening)
  • Wolfsindis (ancient germanic, wolf path)
  • Wrenna (old english, wren)
  • Wulfhilda (medieval german, wolf battle)
may 23 2021 ∞
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