Female First Name Etymology

Given the meaning and origin, guess the name.
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Meaning
Language of origin
Well-known bearers
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Princess, noblewoman
Hebrew
Considered the matriarch of the Jewish people
Sarah
Crown
Greek
Infamous Twilight author
Stephanie
Ireland
Anglicized Gaelic
Main character of a 2000 biopic, played by Julia Roberts
Erin
Glory
Latin
Famous American feminist
Gloria
Christmas
Russian
Black Widow
Natasha
Whole, universal
English (from a Germanic dialect)
Titular Jane Austen protagonist
Emma
Pearl
Latin (from Greek)
Author of Gone with the Wind
Margaret
Tie, snare
Hebrew
Wife of one of the Old Testament patriarchs
Rebecca
Who is like God?
French
Title of a 1965 Beatles song
Michelle
My God is an oath
Greek (from Hebrew)
The Virgin Queen
Elizabeth
Sorrows, pains
Spanish
Much-hated Harry Potter villain
Dolores
Gift of God
English
She said "We're not in Kansas anymore"
Dorothy
Lovable
Latin
Actress who played Karen in Mean Girls
Amanda
White Island
Old English
Singer of "I Will Always Love You"
Whitney
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