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1001 Amalie German From Amelia, a derivative the Old German Amalburga meaning labor. F
1002 Amalie Latin Hard working. F
1003 Amalie Teutonic Defender. F
1004 Amalija Teutonic Defender. F
1005 Amaliji Russian Russian form of Amelia: industrious. F
1006 Amalle German Variant of Amelia: From the Old German Amalburga, meaning labour and the Latin Aemilia. F
1007 Amalthea Greek Woman who nursed Zeus. F
1008 Amalthia Greek Woman who nursed Zeus. F
1009 Amalur Spanish Homeland. F

1010 Amalure Spanish Homeland. F
1011 Aman Biblical Mother; fear of them F
1012 Amana Biblical Integrity, truth, a nurse. F
1013 Amanda English Worthy of being loved. Literary; poets and playwrights brought this name into popular usage in the seventeenth century. F
1014 Amanda Latin Lovable, worthy of love. Some scholars believe this name was invented by 17th century British dramatist Colley Cibber who gave it to a character in his play 'Love's Last Shift.' Noel Coward later named a character Amanda in 'Private Lives'. F
1015 Amanda Spanish Lovable. F
1016 Amani Muslim Wishes. Aspirations.. F
1017 Amantha Greek Variant of Amarantha. A flower name. Variant of Samantha. F
1018 Amapola Arabic Poppy. F
1019 Amara German Eternal. F
1020 Amara Greek Unfading. F