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781 Anselma English Feminine form of Anseim: Introduced from Germany by 11th century St Anselm, who became Archbishop of Canterbury. F
782 Anselma Norse Protected by God. F
783 Anselma Teutonic Divine defender. F
784 Antandra Latin An Amazon. F
785 Antea Greek Feminine form of Antaeus son of Poseidon. F
786 Anthea Greek Flower; Lady of flowers. Flowery. One of the names borne by goddess Hera in Greek mythology, revived by pastoral poets in the 17th century. F
787 Anthia Greek Flower; Lady of flowers. F
788 Anticlea Greek Mother of Odysseus. F
789 Antoinetta Latin Praiseworthy. Feminine of Anthony. F

790 Antonella Latin Praiseworthy. Feminine of Anthony. F
791 Antonetta Latin Praiseworthy. Feminine of Anthony. F
792 Antonetta Swedish Priceless. F
793 Antonia English Feminine form of Anthony: Highly praiseworthy. From a Roman clan name. In the 17th century, the spelling Anthony was associated with the Greek anthos meaning flower. F
794 Antonia Italian Priceless. F
795 Antonia Latin Praiseworthy. Feminine of Anthony. F
796 Antonia Spanish Feminine form of Antonio: beyond praise. F
797 Antonietta Italian Priceless. F
798 Antonina English Feminine form of Anthony: Highly praiseworthy. From a Roman clan name. In the 17th century, the spelling Anthony was associated with the Greek anthos meaning flower. F
799 Antonina Latin Praiseworthy. Feminine of Anthony. F
800 Antonina Polish Polish form of Antonia: Priceless. F