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1621 Arabella Dutch Beautiful. F
1622 Arabella German Eagle heroine. F
1623 Arabella Latin Derived from 'orabilis' meaning yielding to prayer. Famous bearer: Lady Arabella Stuart was cousin of King James VI of Scotland. Also a variant of Amabel meaning beautiful, loving, lovable, graceful. F
1624 Arabella Teutonic Eagle or heroine. F
1625 Arabelle Latin Derived from 'orabilis' meaning yielding to prayer. Famous bearer: Lady Arabella Stuart was cousin of King James VI of Scotland. Also a variant of Amabel meaning beautiful, loving, lovable, graceful. F
1626 Arabia Biblical Evening, desert, ravens. F
1627 Arabia Latin From Arabia. F
1628 Araceli Latin Treasure. F
1629 Araceli Spanish Altar of heaven. F

1630 Aracelia Latin Treasure. F
1631 Aracelia Spanish Altar of heaven. F
1632 Aracely Spanish Altar of heaven. F
1633 Arachne Greek Changed into a spider by Athena. F
1634 Arachne Latin Turned into a spider by Minerva. F
1635 Arama Basque Refers to the Virgin Mary. F
1636 Arama Maori Spring. F
1637 Arama Spanish Reference to the Virgin Mary. F
1638 Araminta English Thought to be a compound of Arabella and Aminta, invented by Restoration dramatist Sir John Vanbrugh. F
1639 Araminta Hebrew Lofty. F
1640 Araminte Hebrew Lofty. F