|82||Andrea||French||Brave. A feminine form of the Greek Andrew, meaning manly or brave, dating back to the 17th century. Feminine form of Andre.||F|
|83||Andree||French||Form of Greek masculine Andrew, meaning manly or brave. Feminine form of Andre, masculine.||F|
|90||Angeline||French||A French form of the Greek Angela meaning angel or messengerAngel.||F|
|91||Angelique||French||A variant of Angelica meaning angelic. Angel; Like an angel.||F|
|93||Anne||French||French spelling of English Ann, a variant of Hannah introduced to Britain in the 13th century. Famous bearers: 14th century St Anne; King Henry VIII's wives Anne Boleyn and Anne of Cleves; Queen Elizabeth's daughter Princess Anne.||F|
|94||Annette||French||Variant of Anne meaning Little Ann. Variant of Hebrew 'Hannah' meaning 'Favor. Grace. '.||F|
|95||Antoinette||French||Beyond praise. French feminine form of Anthony generally associated with French queen Marie Antoinette, wife of King Louis XVI, guillotined during the French Revolution.||F|
|96||Apollina||French||Gift from Apollo.||F|
|97||Apolline||French||Gift from Apollo.||F|
|99||Ariane||French||Very holy. Variant of the Greek Mythological Ariadne, who aided Theseus to escape from the Cretan labyrinth.||F|
|100||Ariele||French||Lion of God.||F|
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