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181 Genevre French Juniper. F
182 Genisa Hebrew Genisia, the Virgin Mary of Turin, is a protectress invoked against drought in Catholic tradition. F
183 Genisia Hebrew Genisia, the Virgin Mary of Turin, is a protectress invoked against drought in Catholic tradition. F
184 Genisis Hebrew Origin; birth. Genisis is the name of the first book in the Bible. 'Genisia' - the Virgin Mary of Turin - is a protectress invoked against drought in Catholic tradition. F
185 Genivee French Of the race of women. F
186 Genivee German Of the race of women. F
187 Genna English Variant of Jenny. White wave. F
188 Gennesaret Biblical Garden of the prince. F
189 Genny English Variant of Jenny. White wave. F

190 Genoveva German White wave. F
191 Genowefa German White wave. F
192 GeNude Teutonic Strong with a spear. F
193 Geonna Italian Variant of Jane. F
194 Georgeanne Latin Variant of Georgia. F
195 Georgette French A French feminine form of the Greek George, meaning tiller of the soil, or farmer. Famous bearer: British romance novelist Georgette Heyer. F
196 Georgette Greek Farmer. F
197 Georgia English A feminine form of the Greek George, meaning tiller of the soil, or farmer. Famous bearer: the American state of Georgia, named after British King George II. F
198 Georgia German Farmer. Feminine of George. F
199 Georgia Greek Farmer. F
200 Georgiana Greek A feminine form of the Greek George, meaning tiller of the soil, or farmer. F