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181 Amabelle French Lovable. F
182 Amabelle Latin Beautiful or loving. F
183 Amadee Latin Loved by God. F
184 Amadine Latin Worthy of God. F
185 Amalie French Hard working. Industrious. Striving. F
186 Amalie German From Amelia, a derivative the Old German Amalburga meaning labor. F
187 Amalie Latin Hard working. F
188 Amalie Teutonic Defender. F
189 Amalle German Variant of Amelia: From the Old German Amalburga, meaning labour and the Latin Aemilia. F

190 Amalure Spanish Homeland. F
191 Amarande Greek Flower. F
192 Amarante French Flower. F
193 Amare Latin Beloved. F
194 Amarise Hebrew Given by God. F
195 Amberlee Arabic A jewel-quality fossilized resin; as a color the name refers to a warm honey shade. F
196 Amberlee English A jewel-quality fossilized resin; as a color the name refers to a warm honey shade. F
197 Ambre French Jewel. F
198 Ambrosine French Feminine forms of the Greek Ambrose. F
199 Ambruslne Greek Feminine form of Ambrose: Immortal. 5th-century British military leader Ambrosius Aurelianus was probably a prototype for legendary King Arthur. F
200 Amedee French Loves God. F