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Subject: The most popular names in classical Attica (girls)
Author: Pavlos   (guest, 212.251.72.135)
Date: November 2, 2001 at 6:50:33 AM
1. DEMETRIA. Related to DEMETER.
2. MYRRINE, MYRRINA. See MYRA.
3. PHILOUMENE. See PHINOMENA
4. SOSTRATE. Female form of SOSTRATOS, from "sos" (unwounded, safe) and "stratos" (army)
5. KALLISTO
6. ARISTOMACHE. Perfect battle woman, from "ariston" (optimal) and "mache" (battle).
7. PHILE, PHILA. Female version of Philo.
8. DEMOSTRATE. Army of the people, from "demos" (people) and "stratos" (army).
9. EUKOLINE. Easily satisfied, contented, good-natured. From "eu-" (good) and "kolon", errr, colon! My kinda gal :P
10. KALLISTRATE. Good army woman, from "kalo" (good) and "stratos" (army).
11. ARCHESTRATE. Army leader, from "arche" (first, beginning) and "stratos" (army).
12. APHRODISIA. Nudge-nudge, wink-wink, say no more!
13. DIONYSIA. Female version of DIONYSIOS.
14. ARCHIPPE. First horsewoman, from "arche" (first, beginning) and "hippos" (horse).
15. EIRENE, EIRENA. IRENE.
16. GLYKERA. Sweet, from "glykon".
17. NIKOSTRATE. Victorious army woman, from "nike" (victory) and "stratos" (army).
18. CHAIRESTRATE. Happy army woman, from "Chara" (happiness) and "stratos" (army).
19. LYSISTRATE. Woman who disbands armies, from "lyo" (to untie) and "stratos" (army).
20. HEDYLE. Sweet, from "Hedys" (sweet)
21. ATHENAIS. From Athens.
22. ARISTONIKE. Woman of perfect victory, from "ariston" (optimal) and "nike" (victory).
23. EUPHROSYNE. Cheering, cheerful, from "eu-" (good) and "phren" (mind, mental state)
24. MALTHAKE. Gentle, soft to the touch.
25. HEDISTE. Sweetest, from "Hedys" (sweet)
26. ZOSIME. Female form of ZOSIMUS.
27. THEOPHILE, THEOPHILA. Female form of THEOPHILUS.
28. DEMO, DAMO. Popular, from "demos" (people).
29. EUKLEIA. Woman of good glory, from "eu-" (good) and "kleos" (glory).
30. KALLISTOMACHE. Optimal fighting woman, from "kallistos" (best) and "mache" (battle).
31. MELITTA, MELISSA
32. MIKA. Small, from "mikros"
33. NIKARETE. Virtuous Victoria, from "nike" (victory) and Arete (virtue)
34. PAMPHILE. Female friend ("phile") of all (pam-).
35. KLEOPATRA. See CLEOPATRA.
36. LYSIMACHE. Female version of LYSIMACHUS.
37. PHILIPPE, PHILLIPA. Female version of PHILIP.
38. APOLLONIA, APOLLONIE. Female version of APPOLONIOS.
39. HEDEIA. Sweet, from "Hedys" (sweet)
40. ARISTAGORA. Perfect talker, from "Ariston" (optimal) and "agoreuein" (to lecture).
41. ARISTOKLEIA. Female version of ARISTOCLES.
42. NIKOMACHE. Female version of NIKOMACHOS.
43. ARTEMISIA. Related to ARTEMIS. Also means wormwood.
44. KLEO. See KLIO.
45. MNESISTRATE. Remembering the army, from "mnesi-" (to remember) and "stratos".
46. PHANOSTRATE. Bright army woman, from "phanos" (bright, light, joyous) and "stratos".
47. ISIAS. Worshipper of Isis

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