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281 Aedre Anglo-Saxon Stream. F
282 Aefentid Anglo-Saxon Evening. F
283 Aefre Anglo-Saxon Forever. F
284 Aegaea Latin From the Aegean sea. F
285 Aegates Latin From the Aegates. F
286 Aegeria Latin Cumaean. F
287 Aegileif Norse Daughter of Hrolf Helgason. F
288 Aegina Latin Mother of Aeacus. F
289 Aeginae Latin Mother of Aeacus. F

290 Aeldra English Noble. F
291 Aelfraed English Elf counselor. F
292 Aelfthryth English An Old English name formed as a compound of aelf, meaning elf, and thryth, meaning strength. F
293 Aelfwine English Friend of the elves. F
294 Aello Greek A Harpy. F
295 Aelwyd Welsh From the hearth. F
296 Aemilia Latin The feminine form of the Roman clan name Aemilius. F
297 Aemilia Shakespearean 'The Comedy of Errors' Wife to Aegeon, an abbess at Ephesus, and mother to the twin brothers Antipholus of Ephesus, and Antipholus of Syracuse. F
298 Aeneas Scottish Sometimes used in Scotland as a translation of the Gaelic Aonghus'. F
299 Aeolia Latin Daughter of Amythaon. F
300 Aerlene Anglo-Saxon Elfin. F