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581 Albina Latin Feminine form of Albin: From the Latin Albinus, meaning white.Variant of Alban: From Albanus meaning 'of Alba', the ancient Latin city Alba Longa, whose name derives from albus meaning white. F
582 Albinia Italian White. A feminine form of Albin, introduced into Britain from Italy in the early 17th century. The name was frequently used by members of the aristocratic Cecil family and their descendants. F
583 Albinia Latin Feminine form of Albin: From the Latin Albinus, meaning white.Variant of Alban: From Albanus meaning 'of Alba', the ancient Latin city Alba Longa, whose name derives from albus meaning white. F
584 Albinka Polish Blond. F
585 Albiona ArthurianLegend White. F
586 Albreda English Introduced into Britain during the Norman Conquest, from an Old German name meaning elf counsel Was originally used for both sexes, but is now regarded as a feminine name. F
587 Albula Latin From the Tiber. F
588 Alcamene Latin Mother of Hercules. F
589 Alcee Italian Famous bearer: Alcine is mistress of alluring enchantments and sensual pleasures in the Orlando poems. F

590 Alcestis Greek Name of a woman who gave her life to save her hushand. F
591 Alcimede Latin Mother of Jason. F
592 Alcina Greek Feminine of Alcinous. F
593 Alcina Italian Famous bearer: Alcine is mistress of alluring enchantments and sensual pleasures in the Orlando poems. F
594 Alcine Italian Famous bearer: Alcine is mistress of alluring enchantments and sensual pleasures in the Orlando poems. F
595 Alcinia Italian Famous bearer: Alcine is mistress of alluring enchantments and sensual pleasures in the Orlando poems. F
596 Alcippe Greek Daughter of Ares. F
597 Alcippe Latin Mighty mare. F
598 Alcmena Latin Mother of Hercules. F
599 Alcmene Greek Mother of Hercules. F
600 Alcumena Latin Mother of Hercules. F