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361 Estella French Derived from the Old French form of the Latin 'stella' meaning star. Famous bearer: The heroine of Charles Dickens' novel 'Great Expectations'. F
362 Estella Latin Star. F
363 Estella Spanish Star. F
364 Esteva Spanish Crowned with laurels. F
365 Estrela Hebrew Star. F
366 Estrella Spanish Star. F
367 Estrellita Spanish Star. F
368 Etenia NativeAmerican Rich. F
369 Ethelda Teutonic Wise advisor. F

370 Etheldreda English From the Old English name Aethelthryth, meaning noble and strength. Famous bearer: St Etheldreda, later known as St Audrey, founded a monastery at Ely. F
371 Ethelinda English From Aethelind, the Old English equivalent of an Old German name derived from athal 'noble' and lindi 'snake'. F
372 Ethelinda German Noble serpent. F
373 Ethelinda Teutonic Intelligent. F
374 Ethelreda English Noble maiden. F
375 Etheswitha Anglo-Saxon Name of a princess. F
376 Ethiopia Biblical Blackness, heat. F
377 Ethna Irish Graceful. F
378 Etilka Hebrew Noble. F
379 Etilka Hungarian Hungarian form of Ethel, meaning noble. F
380 Etta English Abbreviation for Henrietta and Harriette. F