The women of fire, one who is made of fire
The female form or Aelius; Sun
Excel or emulate like sun
Estonian form of Emily. It means work.
Roman cognomen of unknown meaning
Estonian form of Antonia. It means highly praiseworthy.
form of Barbara used in Czech and Slovak
Goddess of growth and agriculture
It means blind; they are the sixth one
Bright, attention gainer and clear
Harmony, peace, tranquil and amity
One who came out of womb; a blessed one
Goddess of moon; huntress
Divine lady; filled with beauty and brains
A divine lady; one who has magical powers; childbirth
A huntress who is also a Goddess
Virgin queen of a land
One who is very close to Lord
An affectionate, innocent and pure chaste being
wife of Romulus in Roman mythology.
One which means to blossom and bloom
A variant form of 'florence' to signify blooming or blossoming
A tailored form of 'Florence' which means 'to blossom'
From old Roman mythology, wife of Janus
Kamila name means a Youth Employed in Religious Sevices
A name of the special Flower type that resambles an Orchid
Body armor of a Roman soldiers
A woman with the character of the warrior
A woman who is a warrior at heart
Name of city filled with Palm trees
One who has a continuous personality
Yokel; One with an interesting personality
Roman equivalent of the Greek goddess Persephone; Latin - To emerge
Fortune; Roman Goddess
To have a good judgement
Female derivative of Quintus, meaning fifth.
One from Rome.
A person from the Sabine tribe, from central Italy
From the clan of Roman empire