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A Sweetie 
Miss Goody Two Screws
 
After You
Miss Guided 
 
Almost A Lady 
Miss Mymoney
 
Awesome Lady 
Miss Priority
 
Barbwire
Miss Trial 
 
Blondie
Mistress
 
Boss Lady 
Mom's Mink
 
Brown-Eyed -Girl
My Girl
 
Caribbean Queen
My Old Lady
 
Cause For Divorce
Nansea
 
Chicksdigit
Pretty Girl 
 
Clairebuoyant
Pretty Penny
 
Classy Lady 
Princess of the Sea
 
Compass Rose
Proud Mary 
 
Current Wife
Queen Ann's Revenge
 
Dancer
Rapunzel
 
Dot Calm (Dorothy)
Reel Lady
 
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Epoxy queen
Robin's Nest
 
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Flusie
 
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Graphic Lady
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Her Ring
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Hi Honey
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Honey's Money
She Got the House
 
Hydra
She'll Get Over It 
 
It's a Girl!
She-worthy
 
Jenet Evans
Shirley's Temple
 
Jezebelle
 
Joy See 
Sister
 
Joy-Sea
Sisterwind 
 
Lady M 
Slo Babe
 
Leakin' Lena
Soo Doo Voodoo
LORELEI - Mermaid of German legend who would lure sailors with her beauty
and song to their peril on the rocks of the Rhine.
 
Madame X
She Might
 
Madness
Southern Belle
 
Main Squeeze
Sue Sea
 
Marlin Monroe
Susie Queue
 
Melika 
Sweet Li'l Sixteen 
 
Mermaid
Tara 
 
Miss Appropriation
The Other Woman
 
Miss Behavin 
Ultimate Woman 
 
Miss Conduct 
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Yes Dear
Female Warriors
  Ailith: old english: Seasoned warrior
  Alfonsine/Alfonsia: old german: Noble and ready for battle
  Drina: spanish: Helper and defender of mankind
  Geraldine (jer-al-deen): ?: Ruler with a spear
  Gertrude: teutonic: Spear maiden
  Hale (hah-leh): old norse: Army ruler
  Hazel: teutonic: Commander, commmanding authority
  Kalevi (kah-leh-vee): finnish: Hero
Lexine: hebrew: Helper and defender of mankind
  Lois: greek: Battle maiden
  Lola: spanish: Strong woman
  Louise: old german: Famous warrior
  Neala: celtic: Chieftainess
  Neely: english: Champion
  Nicia (nee-chee-uh): greek: Victorious army
  Olesia: polish: Helper and defender of mankind
  Sandrine: greek: Helper and defender of mankind
  Sashenka: russian: Defender and helper of mankind
  Serilda: old german: Armed maiden of war
  Tarna: RPG: Invincible Fighter
  Uta: german: Fortunate maid of battle
  Valda: old norse: Spirited Warrioress
  Verena: teutonic: Defender
  Waneta: native american: Charger
  Winema: native american: Female chief
  Yvonne (ee-von): old french: Archer
  Zandra: greek: Helper and defender of mankind