The feminine form of the Roman family name "Virginius" associated with a legendary woman killed by her father to ward off the attempts of suitors. The state of Virginia and the first American child born of English parents were named in honor of Queen Elizabeth I who was referred to as the "Virgin Queen." The name was widely used during the first half of the 20th century and peaked at No. 6 in 1921. , Virginal, Pure

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