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Heather originates in Middle English language and is taken from the word for a pink or white flowering plant. In the English-speaking countries it has been used since the 19th century and has been a very popular feminine given name until today in the United States, as well as the United Kingdom. A famous bearer is the American actress Heather Locklear, known for her roles in the TV series Dynasty and Melrose Place.

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Heather Graham - actress
Heather Locklear - actress
Heather Ashley - actress
Heather Barber - model
Heather Buck - writer
Heather Donahue - actress
Heather Grace - writer
Heather Headley - musician
Heather Hunter - actress
Heather Kent - actress
Heather Lewis - writer
Heather Marshall - writer
Heather Menzies - writer

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