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161 Agata Swedish Pure. F
162 Agatha German Good. F
163 Agatha Greek Good. St. Agatha was a 3rd century Christian martyr. Agatha was popular during the Middle ages. Famous bearer: twentieth Century British mystery writer Agatha Christie. F
164 Agatha Latin Good. F
165 Agda Swedish Pure. F
166 Agdta Spanish Kind. F
167 Aghadreena Irish From the field of the sloe bushes. F
168 Aghamora Irish From the great field. F
169 Aghavilla Irish From the field of the old tree. F

170 Aghna Irish Irish form of Agnes. F
171 Agna Greek Pure. F
172 Agnella Greek Pure. F
173 Agnella Italian Pure. F
174 Agnessa Russian Meek. F
175 Agneta Danish Pure. F
176 Agneta Greek Variant of Agnes: Poor, pure, or chaste. St. Agnes was a 3rd century Christian martyr whose January 21st feast day is described in Keats' poem 'The Eve of St Agnes'. Agnes was popular until the Reformation, then revived in the 19th century.Pure. F
177 Agneta Swedish Pure. F
178 Agotha Greek Good. F
179 Agotha Hungarian Hungarian form of Agatha. Kind. Good. F
180 Agrafina Latin Born feet first. F