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Origin: South Africa
Region Origin: Southern Africa

Amanda is a feminine name of Latin origin, meaning "worthy of love" or "loveable". The name was first coined in the 17th century and is derived from the Shakespearean name Miranda, which shares a similar meaning and Latin roots. It is a classic name that has been used for girls through generations and has been popular in various cultures, including English, Portuguese, Italian, Spanish, Dutch, Swedish, Danish, Hungarian, Norwegian, Latvian, and Late Roman. The name first appeared in 1212 on a birth record from Warwickshire, England, and it gained popularity in the 17th century when authors and poets started using it for characters in their works.

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