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261 Alba Latin White. F
262 Alberta English Feminine form of Albert from the Old German Adalbert meaning noble and bright. The Canadian province Alberta was named for Queen Victoria and prince Albert's daughter Princess Louise Alberta, who was married to a former Canadian Governor General. F
263 Alberta German Noble, bright. Feminine of Albert. F
264 Alberta Hungarian Bright or noble. F
265 Alberta Teutonic Feminine form of Albert: intelligent or noble. F
266 Albertina English Feminine form of Albert from the Old German Adalbert meaning noble and bright. Albert became popular in England after Queen Victoria married Prince Albert in 1840. Noble, bright. F
267 Albertina French Feminine form of Albert. F
268 Albertina German Noble, bright. Feminine of Albert. F
269 Albertina Teutonic Feminine form of Albert: intelligent or noble. F

270 Albertyna English Noble. F
271 Albhda 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
272 Albina English A feminine form of Albin, borne by a 3rd-century saint. The name was popular in Britain in the 17th and 18th centuries. F
273 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
274 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
275 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
276 Albinka Polish Blond. F
277 Albiona ArthurianLegend White. F
278 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
279 Albula Latin From the Tiber. F
280 Alcina Greek Feminine of Alcinous. F