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. Unusual as a given name.
Cassiopeia 2 .. According to legend, both mother and daughter were placed among the stars after death, and there are constellations named after them. Uncommon as a girls' name. [Cassiopia, Kassiopia, .. 1 more]
Ernestine▼ 3 .. Derived fr. Old German word. "Battle to the death." A name suitable for both sexes. Ernestine has faded in favor as a girls' name over the years since 1920. The variation Earnestine is prevalent as a variant form of Ernestine. .. [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. Infrequently used as a baby 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 .. Mara is commonly occurring (Top 22%) as a women's name, and it occurs often (Top 14%) as a surname according to the US Census. The form Mari is popular as a variation of Mara. [Mahra, Maralina, Maraline, Marra, .. 3 more]
Summary of all Death names (and their 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]