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101 Henicea Latin Daughter of Priam. F
102 Heniuta Polish Polish form of Henrietta: Bless the home. F
103 Henka Polish Polish form of Henrietta: Bless the home. F
104 Henka Teutonic Ruler of the home. F
105 Henrietta French Keeper of the hearth. Rules her household. From Henriette, the French feminine form of Henry. F
106 Henrietta German Feminine form of Henry: Home or House Ruler. F
107 Henrietta Teutonic Ruler of the home. F
108 Henrika Greek Mistress of the hearth. F
109 Henrika Swedish Feminine form of Henry: rules the home. F

110 Henrika Teutonic Ruler of the home. F
111 Henriqua Spanish Feminine form of Henrique: rules the home. F
112 Henuita Teutonic Ruler of the home. F
113 Hepsiba Hebrew She is my delight. F
114 Hera Greek Hera: (the Roman Juno) was the mythological Greek Queen of Heaven and wife of Zeus. Dealing with her husband's infidelities she came to be called the goddess of marriages. F
115 Hermandina Greek Well born. F
116 Hermia Greek Well born. Stone. Feminine form of Hermes. A character in Shakespeare's play A Midsummer Night's Dream'. F
117 Hermia Shakespearean A Midsummer Night's Dream' Daughter to Egeus, in love with Lysander. F
118 Herminia Latin Feminine of Herman. F
119 Hermosa Spanish Beautiful. F
120 Hersilia Latin Married a follower of Romulus. F