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Page 1/2. 35 Fourth names and what they mean, for fourth for baby girls, listing 1-20.
Abra .. Also the name of a fourth-century French saint.
Agnes .. The popular Saint Agnes (fourth century) was a young Roman virgin martyred by the Roman Emperor Diocletian ..
Anani .. (Akan) "Fourth-born child."
Anastasia .. Popular in Eastern Europe in honor of a fourth-century saint who was martyred at Sirmium in Dalmatia ..
Annis .. Anysia is the name of a fourth-century Thessalonian saint ..
Aphra .. It was also the name of a fourth-century German saint ..
Arcadia .. Feminine of Arcadius (see Arcadio), the name of two saints (fourth and fifth century) ..
Arsenia .. Saint Arsenius (fourth century) is famous for the saying, "I have often been sorry for having spoken, but never for having held my tongue".
Beatrice .. Beatrix was a saint martyred in Rome, together with Saints Faustinus and Simplicius, in the early fourth century ..
Candace .. An ancient hereditary title used by the Ethiopian queens before the fourth century, as Caesar was used by the Roman emperors ..
Cassia .. Also a feminine form of Cassius or Cassian, the name of a fourth-century French saint ..
Catherine .. All these meanings might have been associated with Saint Aikaterine of Alexandria (fourth century), who was born a pagan but died as a Christian martyr ..
Clementine .. Clementine (or Clementina, the Latinate form) was the name of the 11000 virgins supposedly martyred with Saint Clementina in the fourth century AD ..
Cleopatra .. Also the name of a fourth-century Palestinian saint.
Cordula .. A fourth-century virgin saint of this name was, according to legend, one of Saint Ursula's companions.
Dacia .. May be used in reference to Dasius or Datius, saint's names from the fourth and sixth centuries ..
Delta .. Fourth letter of the Greek alphabet ..
Eulalia .. Name of a celebrated fourth-century Spanish saint who became the patron of Madrid.
Euphemia .. Early Christian name and the name of a fourth-century virgin martyr ..
Fabiola .. Saint Fabiola was a fourth-century Italian who founded the first hospital for sick and needy pilgrims ..
Agnes, Anastasia, Annis, Beatrice, Candace, Catherine, Clementine, Cleopatra, Dacia, Delta, Eulalia and Fabiola are commonly used names, while Abra, Anani, Aphra, Arcadia, Arsenia, Cassia, Cordula and Euphemia are rare in comparison. (2000 U.S. Census)
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