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1 Alex Greek Diminutive of Alexandra: A feminine form of Alexander meaning defender of men, used in Britain since early 13th century. British King Edward VII's wife Princess Alexandra of Denmark. F
2 Alix English Variant of Alice: Of the nobility. From the German Adalheidis meaning nobility, and the French Adeliz which is a form of Adelaide. F
3 Alix French A variant of Alice meaning noble. also a feminine form of Alexander meaning defender of mankind. F
4 Alix Greek Diminutive of Alexandra: A feminine form of Alexander meaning defender of men, used in Britain since early 13th century; it became popular after the marriage of the 1863 marriage of future King Edward VII to Princess Alexandra of Denmark. F
5 Alix Teutonic Noble humor. F
6 Alyx English Helper; defender. Variant of Alexander. F
7 Alyx Greek 'Helper; defender.' Variant of Alexander. F
8 Beatrix Italian Brings joy. F
9 Beatrix Latin Bringer of joy, brings joy. Famous bearers: Beatrix was mentioned in the Domesday Book of 1086. Twentieth century children's writer and illustrator Beatrix Potter created Peter Rabbit. F

10 Blix Swedish 'Joy; cheer. F
11 Cantrix Latin Singer. F
12 Fomax Latin Goddess of bread. F
13 Inyx Latin Spell. F
14 Jinx Latin Spell. F
15 Jynx Latin Spell. F
16 Margaux French Pearl. F
17 Margeaux French Variant of Margaret: pearl. F
18 Nox Greek Night. F
19 Nox Latin Goddess of night. F
20 Nyx Greek Night. F