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Meaning of Amanda: Active, Lovable, Much Loved, She who Must be Loved, Worthy of Love, Deserving to be Loved, Fit to be, Precious Thing
Amanda was ranked 883 in 2011 US male names list and elevated by 1.56% from its previous ranking of 897 in 2007. Amanda was ranked 305 in 2015 list of US girls name and dropped by 1.33% from its previous ranking of 301 in 2014. Name Amandine derivative. Comes from the Latin "lovers" Means "lovers" If party July 9.. On open mind, a keen intelligence,Amandaare however not very objective. Curious of all, very dynamic, uncompromising,Amandasometimes lack flexibility with their surroundings. Very sensitive, likely,Amandasometimes resort to "sulking". Their delicacy and discretion make them refined and distinguished women.
Full form of Amanda : Articulate Modern Accurate Natty Diplomatic Agreeable
Amanda is a very consistent name over the past 18 years.
Amanda is a very very popular first name for a girl in United States which is popular since 1884 and ranked 305 (0.025568% bearer) in 2015 in US. Around 785007 people wear Amanda as their first name. Amanda is a rare first name for a boy in United States which is a rare name since 1899 and ranked 305 (0.025568% bearer) in 2015 in US. Only 785007 people have Amanda as their first name. Amanda is not a native United States and Amanda may be came from another language or is a short form of some other name. 0.219593% of people in US have this given name.
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Franciscan of Belgian origin, born in 1872, Pauline Jeuris is a missionary in China. Her sisters call Amandine and Chinese who alongside "the virgin who is always laughing". She was martyred with several of his companions massacred by the Boxers, the members of a fanatical sect, July 9, 1900, then aged 28 years.
Expression number of Amanda is 7.
Amanda likes to research and reason to know the answers of hidden questions as Amanda are gifted with an analytical mind. Amanda are always on the quest for knowledge and wisdom and loves being alone.
Names that rhyme with Amanda
Aamanda, Abranda, Admiranda, Alanda, Alexanda, Allamanda, Almanda, Amanda, Amdanda, Ammanda, Ananda, Anda, Aranda, Arianda, Arlanda, Armanda, Ashanda, Awanda, Ayanda, BarandaFamous people named Amanda
Amanda Pike in West Bank Diary as Producer
Amanda A. Lederer in That Awkward Moment as Actress
Amanda McKerrow in Variety and Virtuosity: American Ballet Theatre Now as
Amanda Tasse in The Reality Clock as Director
Amanda Muchnick in Music of the Heart as Actress
Amanda Saunders in Lovely Coffee as Actress
Amanda Holden in 150 Miles as Actress
Amanda Corey in Sexiest Women of Reality TV Swimsuit Calendar Edition as
Amanda Debraux in The Waves as Actress
Amanda Pollack in Twelve Monkeys as Editorial Department Names like Amanda Amanda Namesakes Related Names: Arabic: Amapolah (A deriative of Amapola, Poppy), Amapollah (Poppy, A deriative of Amapola),
Indian: Amandipa (Sharp Witted, Light, Lamp of Peace),
Other: Amandah, Mandaline, Mandara (Slow, Firm, Mythical Tree), Alanda (A Driver, Wheel Maker, Dear Child), Amandajean (Noble, Of the Nobility), Amandajo (Defender of Mankind, Helper), Amandalee (Son of the Highborn, Noble Sort), Amandaleigh (Son of the Highborn, Little), Amandalyn, Amandalynn, Amandamarie, Amandarae, Amandarose (Noble, Of the Nobility), Amande, Amandeep (The Lamp of Peace, Light of Peace), Amandev (The God of Peace), Amandia (Healer, With Healing Power), Amandip (Light of Peace), Amandius (Variant form of Amandus), Amandra (Healer, With Healing Power), Amandus (Late Roman) (Lovable, Worthy Of Love, Highborn, Brilliant), Amandy (All-knowing, All Wise), Amandyne
Posts having Amanda: Comments :Amanda is an exclusively female first name , which is used today especially in the English-speaking world. Amanda is the gerundive amandus, -a, -um of the Latin verb amare (dt love.) Due and therefore means that that needs to be loved; the Loveable. May in part be a feminine form of the Latin name Amandus, which means "lovable", "to love", "worthy to be loved" (from amandus , gerundive of love): however it was not used in the Middle Ages.
Was substantially "recreated" by different authors and poets in the seventeenth century , basing it directly on the Latin amanda (with the same meaning as the original); then reached the common use in the nineteenth century, and re-entered in the ten most used names for children born in the United States between 1976 and 1995
Variants of Amanda: Amy, Mandy , Manda, Amande, Mande, Mandi, Amandi, Amanderle, Ami, Amina, Amandine - Meggan Humbert Popularity of Amanda