Arethusa - Mara
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Arethusa 1 .. Greek mythology: Arethusa was a nymph pursued by a river god, who was changed by Artemis into a stream to avoid a fate worse than death. A scarce name for children.
Cassiopeia 2 .. According to legend, both mother and daughter were placed among the stars after death, and there are constellations named after them. Cassiopeia is uncommonly used as a women's name. [Cassiopia, Kassiopia, .. 1 more]
Ernestine▼ 3 .. Source fr. Old German word. "Battle to the death." Ernestine has waned in popularity as a name for girls over the years since 1920. Also suitable as a boys' name. The form Ernestina is widely used as a version of this name. .. [Earnestine, Ernaline, Ernesta, Ernestyna, Ernice, .. 4 more]
Hafsa 4 .. Name of a seventh-century person chosen, after Muhammad's death, to be the keeper of the first written copy of the Koran. Hafsa is irregularly used as a feminine name. [Hafsah, Hafza]
Mara▲ 5 .. Biblical: Naomi claimed the name Mara as an expression of grief after the deaths of her husband Elimelech and sons Mahlon and Chilion .. The name Mara has become progressively more popular with parents. See also Mirra. [Mahra, Maralina, Maraline, Marra, .. 3 more]
Summary of all Death names (and variants) for girls.
[Arethusa - Mara]
Arethusa, Cassiopeia [Kassiopia, Cassiopia, Kassiopeia], Ernestine [Erna, Ernice, Ernesha, Ernesta, Ernaline, Ernestina, Ernestyna, Ernesztina], Hafsa [Hafza, Hafsah], Mara [Mari, Marra, Mahra, Marah, Maraline, Maralina, Maralinda]
[Parthenope - Parthenope]