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By Hilary Spence
The enjoyable of naming your child. earlier than you dedicate your baby to a reputation for all times, flick thru this ebook. banquet your mind's eye on an unlimited diversity of decisions from the modern to the normal, and from the preferred to the delicate. You by no means observed such a lot of how you can christen your child with kind and suitability. significant names, musical names, mystical names - they're all during this ebook.
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The goddess of healing Eirene see Irene Eirian (Welsh) 'Silver' Eiric see Henrietta Eirlys (Welsh) 'Snowdrop' Eirwen (Welsh) 'Snow-white' Ekata (Sanskrit) 'Unity' Ekaterina see Catherine Elaine (French) French form of Helen (Lainey) see also Helen Elama (Greek) 'From the mountains' Elana (Hebrew) 'Oak tree' Elane see Helen Elata (Latin) 'Lofty, noble'. A woman of high birth and beauty Elberta (Teutonic) 'Brilliant' see also Alberta Elbertine see Alberta Elda (Anglo-Saxon) 'Princess' see also Alda Eldora (Spanish) 'Gilded one'.
A legendary Irish beauty (Deerdre, Deidre) Deja (French) 'Before' Delfine (Greek) 'The larkspur or delphinium flower' (Delfina, Delphina, Delphine, Delveen) Delia (Greek) 'Visible'. Another name for the moon goddess see also Bedelia or Cordelia Delicia (Latin) 'Delightful maiden', 'spirit of delight' Delie (French) 'Slim and delicate' Delight (French) 'Pleasure'. One who brings happiness to her family Delilah (Hebrew) 'The gentle temptress'. The woman who betrayed the Biblical Samson (Dalila, Delila, Lila) Delinda (Teutonic) 'Gentle' Delizea (Latin) 'Delight' Delma (Spanish) 'Of the sea' (Delmar, Delmare) Delora (Latin) 'From the seashore' Delores see Dolores Delorita see Dolores Delphine (Greek) 'Calmness and serenity' see also Delfine Delta (Greek) 'Fourth daughter'.
Girls A Aasta (Teutonic) 'Love' Abbey see Abigail Abbie see Abigaila Abeer (Arabic) 'Fragrance' Aberah see Avera Abia (Arabic) 'Great' Abigail (Hebrew) 'A father's joy' (Abagael, Abbe, Abbey, Abbie, Abby, Abigael, Gael, Gail, Gale, Gayla, Gayle, Gayleen, Gaylene) Abijah (Hebrew) 'God is my father' (Abisha) Abnaki (Native American) 'Land of the morning' Abra (Hebrew) 'Mother of multitudes' Abrona (Latin) 'Goddess of beginning journeys' Acacia (Greek) 'Innocent'. The symbol of immortality Acantha (Greek) 'Thorny' Accalia (Latin) Foster mother of Romulus and Remus, founders of Rome Achala (Sanskrit) 'Constant' Acima (Hebrew) 'The Lord's judgement' Acola (teutonic) 'Cool' Actia (Greek) 'Ray of sunlight' Ada (Teutonic) 'Prosperous and joyful'.
7000 Baby Names. Classic and Modern by Hilary Spence