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Abellona, aebel OWN ah

Apollona is a girl's name, possibly a variant of Apollona or Apollonia which is related to the name of the God Apollo whose name may have derived from a word meaning "to drive away" (or banish) as in evil.

Alternatively, Apollona may mean "destroyer" or "warlike", related to Bellona from the Latin bellum "war".

(also recorded as "manly" but the ander or aner element is missing, so I have trouble agreeing with this.)

Acantha, ə-KAN-thə

Acantha was a nymph loved by the Greek God Apollo who was turned into a tree. Her name means "thorn" or "prickle".

Acanthus is a genus of prickly flowering plants native to the Mediterranean region that includes the ornamental species Acanthus mollis, commonly known as bear's breeches which is extremely popular as a carved motif in the Corinthian columns of ancient Greek architecture.

Acca, AH kah

In ancient latin myth, Acca Larentia was the foster mother of Remus and Romulus and she is called the "Mother of Lares", household and place spirits honored by the ancient Romans. Acca may mean mother, but it is also similar to the word for "cow".

Accalia, ah-KALL-yah

Accalia is a variant of the name Acca Larentia, the human foster mother of Remus and Romulus who are the legendary founders of Rome. Her name is obscure but it may be related to the Lares, household guardian spirits honored in ancient Rome. It is commonly translated to "Mother of Lares".

Adonia, ah DON ya

Adonia is the name of a festival dedicated to Adonis and can be used as a feminine form of the name. Adonis means "Lord" and as Adonis was the most handsome man in the world, suggests a very physically attractive person. The festival Adonia was held in spring or summer and mourned the death of Adonis.

Adraste, ah DRAS te

The name Adraste is a feminization of Adrastos, meaning "uncooperative" or "he who stands his ground". Adrastos is the name of a legendary king of Argos.

Adrasteia, ah DRAS tay uh

Adrasteia is a Greek name and an epithet of Nemesis. It means "the inescapable one" or "one who cannot be turned."

Adrasteia, ah DRAS tay uh

Adrasteia is a Greek name and an epithet of Nemesis. It means "the inescapable one" or "one who cannot be turned."

Adrasteia, ah DRAS tay uh

Adrasteia is a Greek name and an epithet of Nemesis. It means "the inescapable one" or "one who cannot be turned."

Adrasteia, ah DRAS tay uh

Adrasteia is a Greek name and an epithet of Nemesis. It means "the inescapable one" or "one who cannot be turned."

Aegle, EH glee

Aegle is an ancient Greek name that was held by many figures in Greek legend including one of the Hesperides, one of the Heliades, a nymph, a naiad and a daughter of Aesculapius. It means "light" or "radiance" or "splendor".

Aegle, EH glee

Aegle is an ancient Greek name that was held by many figures in Greek legend including one of the Hesperides, one of the Heliades, a nymph, a naiad and a daughter of Aesculapius. It means "light" or "radiance" or "splendor".

Aella, AY lah or EH lah

Aella was the name of one of the Amazon warriors who fought Hercules when he was trying to get the girdle of Hippolyta. The name means "whirlwind". Aella wielded the double-headed axe.

Aerica, AIR ee kah

Aerica is one of the names given for the Hesperides by Hyginus, a Roman writer from the first century C.E.(though he was not considered by his contemporaries to be the most reliable source) The name means "aerial" that is "of the air" or "airborn".

Aerona, AYR on uh

A variant of Aeron, a Welsh War deity whose name was derived from the British Goddess of Slaughter Agrona. It means "battle ending".

Aeronwen, eye RON win or AYE ron win

Aeronwen is a Welsh girl's name that may have derived from the Goddess of War Aeron in which case we may surmise the meaning to be something like "blessed battle ender" or simply "blessed of Aeron or Agrona".

Alternatively, the name may be derived from the Welsh words meaning "fair/white" or "blessed" and "berry". Which gives us the possibility of "white berry" or "blessed berry" (mistletoe perhaps?) in addition to the above.

Aeronwen, eye RON win or AYE ron win

Aeronwen is a Welsh girl's name that may have derived from the Goddess of War Aeron in which case we may surmise the meaning to be something like "blessed battle ender" or simply "blessed of Aeron or Agrona".

Alternatively, the name may be derived from the Welsh words meaning "fair/white" or "blessed" and "berry". Which gives us the possibility of "white berry" or "blessed berry" (mistletoe perhaps?) in addition to the above.

Agrona, ah GROWN uh

Agrona is an old Celtic name meaning "battle, slaughter". It was the name of the Brythonic Goddess of war and death.

Aife, EE feh

Aife is a Irish name meaning "beauty". It was the name of a great warrior woman of Irish Mythology. She appears in the Ulster Cycle in the tales The Wooing of Emer and The Death of the Son of Aife in which she bears the son of the great Irish hero Cú Chulainn after nearly defeating him in a battle he finally won by trickery.

Aino, EYE no

Aino is a Finnish name meaning "only one". It is the name of a character in the Finnish epic "Kalevala".

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