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# Name Origin Meaning Gender Save

2041 Audrina English Nobility; strength. F
2042 Audris English Nobility; strength. F
2043 Audrisa Teutonic Rich. F
2044 Audumla Norse A giant cow that nursed Ymir. F
2045 Audun Norse Deserted. F
2046 Auduna Norse Deserted. F
2047 Augusta English Feminine form of Augustus: Introduced to Britian by the Hanoverians in the early 18th century, became popular until the beginning of the 20th century. F
2048 Augusta Latin Majestic, grand. The feminine form of Augustus; meaning majestic dignity or venerable, originally given to female relatives of Roman emperors. Famous bearer: British King George III's mother was named Augusta. F
2049 Augusteen Irish Feminine form of Augustine: great. F

2050 Augustina Greek The feminine form of Augustine. F
2051 Augustina Latin Variant of Augusta: Majestic, grand. The feminine form of Augustus; meaning majestic dignity or venerable, originally given to female relatives of Roman emperors. F
2052 Augustine Latin Deserving of respect; majestic. F
2053 Aulaire Latin Well spoken. F
2054 Aulis Latin A Praxidicae. F
2055 Aundrea Greek Feminine of Andrew. F
2056 Aundrea Latin Feminine of Andrew. F
2057 Aura Greek Soft breeze. F
2058 Aura Latin Gentle breeze. F
2059 Aure Greek Soft breeze. F
2060 Aurea Latin Variant of Aurora: Aurora was the mythical Roman goddess of the dawn. This name became very popular after Charles Perrault wrote the fairy tale 'The Sleeping Beauty'. From aureus meaning golden. F