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    Abu (means "water lily" in Turkish), Adern (means "bird" in Welsh), Agape, Agathosune (means "goodness" in Greek), Aglante, Aline, Altrude, Alzire, Aourell, Arsinoé, Avanen (means "raspberry" in Cornish), Aymonette, Ayoub, Badelon, Béline, Berma, Blodyn (menas "flower" in Welsh), Calliandra, Caritas (means "charity" in Latin), Ceyx, Corydalis (means "a crested lark" in Greek), Cunegonde, Donzella, Dorri (means "sparkling star like a gem" in Persian), Edwige, Eirene (means "peace" in Greek), Elvire, Euphonia, Euphrasie, Evaine, Frosine, Gaëlle, Gwylan (means "seagull" in Welsh), Heliotrope, Hydrangea, Igraine, Ismene, Ismeria, Keilo (means "lily of the valley" in Finnish), Laleruh (means "her cheeks are like tulips" in Turkish), Leonardina, Madelief (means "daisy" in Dutch), Mathurine, Mavis, Mercuriade, Merwinna, Milady, Morgause, Noun, Orphise, Ozanne, Panope, Parastoo, Remembrance, Seamair (means "clover" in Irish), Topaz, Truzia, Verdiana, Wilfrida, Xylanthemum, Zambinella, Zerbinette

    Adelin, Agnan, Alcandre, Alceste, Alcidor, Almanzor, Angwin, Balan, Bedievere, Berno, Bligh, Branagan, Brangaine, Cephas (means "stone" in Aramaic), Dieudonné (means "gift of God" in French), Dries, Fien, Fulcran, Gaëtan, Glynn, Griflet, Iphitas, Josse, Kellow, Kitto, Knowledge, Leoluca, Lépine, Lubin, Lycaste, Noam, Olwen, Orante, Pancrace, Pandolfe, Pawley, Porfirio (means "purple stone" in Greek), Rasso, Ruddock, Wout

    Sorry this disproportionally female. Also, sorry for any repeats.
    Bathsheba ⭐︎ Bernice ⭐︎ Edwige ⭐︎ Edwina ⭐︎ Leopoldine ⭐︎ Perdita ⭐︎ Sibylla
    Amos ⭐︎ Christian ⭐︎ Eleazar ⭐︎ Ichabod ⭐︎ Jean-Baptiste ⭐︎ Philip ⭐︎ Vivian ⭐︎ Zebedee

    Mordecai St John Edgar Paul "Mo" / Abraham Jerusalem Noël Silas "Bram"
    Susannah Beatrice Tamsin Ruth "Sukey" / Margaret Damaris Edna Jeanne "Peggy"


    “Catch the foxes for us, The little foxes that are ruining in the vineyards, While our vineyards are in blossom.” ~ Song of Solomon 2:15

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