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61 Aerlene Anglo-Saxon Elfin. F
62 Aethelwine English Friend of the elves. F
63 Aethelwyne English Friend of the elves. F
64 Afrodille French Daffodil. F
65 Afroze Muslim Illuminating. Enlightening.. F
66 Agate Greek Good. F
67 Agate Irish Kind. F
68 Agathe French Kind. F
69 Agathe German Good. F

70 Agaue Greek Good. F
71 Agave Greek Mother of Pentheus. Good. F
72 Aggie Greek Diminutive of Agnes: Poor, poor, 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. F
73 Aggie Hungarian Hungarian form of Agatha. Kind. Good. F
74 Agnese Greek Pure. F
75 Agnese Italian Pure. F
76 Agnese Spanish Spanish form of Agnes. Pure. F
77 Agrafine Latin Born feet first. F
78 Agrippinae Latin Colonist. F
79 Agurtzane Basque Refers to the Virgin Mary. F
80 Ahave Hebrew Dearly loved. F