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Gender: F Meaning of Amanda: "much-loved" Origin of Amanda: Latin Amanda's Popularity in 2013: #298

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After a long run as the prettiest senior in class, this romantic name has lost some of its glossy sheen, though it's still quite lovely and well used. Amanda was one of the romantic-sounding names that rocketed to stardom in the eighties, along with Samantha, Vanessa, et al.

Despite its somewhat trendy feel, Amanda is a certifiable classic--it appears in a play as early as 1694, and was prominent among saints, eighteenth century literary heroines,and in plays by Noel Coward and Tennessee Williams. But if you're looking for a fresher alternative, you might consider the French Amandine or Shakespearean Miranda.

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Famous People Named Amanda

Amanda Blake, Actress best known for role as Miss Kitty ("Gunsmoke")
Amanda Michelle Seyfried, American actress
Amanda Laura Bynes, American actress
Amanda Lepore, model
Amanda Lindhout, humanitarian and journalist
Amanda Reifer, member of Barbadian band Cover Drive
Amanda Crew, actress
Amanda Peet, American actress
Amanda Plummer, actress
Amanda Jones, Miss USA champion
Amanda Kessel, hockey player and Olympic competitor
Amanda Fuller, actress
Amanda Perez, R&B singer
Amanda Adkins, former Olympic swimmer
Amanda Beard, American Olympic swimmer
Amanda Righetti, actress
Amanda Ripley, journalist
Amanda Tapping, actress
Amanda Laine, Canadian model
Amanda Todd, Canadian teen whose suicide raised cyberbullying awareness
Amanda Palmer, singer
Amanda Quick, pseudonym of writer Jayne Ann Krentz
Lady Amanda Harlech, muse to Karl Lagerfeld
Amanda Wakeley, fashion designer
Amanda Evora, American pair skater
Amanda, French singer
Amanda Drury, journalist
Amanda de Cadenet, photographer and former actress
Amanda Holden, British Actress and Presenter
Amanda Hearst, American heiress and socialite
Amanda Freitag, Food Network chef
Amanda Knox, American woman imprisoned in Italy
Amanda "Mandy" Moore, American singer and actress
Amanda Katherine Anka-Bateman, American actress
Amanda Detmer, American actress
Azealia Amanda Banks, American singer
Amanda Kate Lambert, daughter of actress Nancy Sinatra
Amanda Cavendish, 12th Duchess of Devonshire
Amanda Felicitas Stepto, Canadian actress
Amanda Brooke Fein, American actress; twin sister Caitlin Fein
Amanda Abbington (born Amanda Jane Smith), English actress
Amanda Joy "A.J." Michalka, Actress, singer-songwriter & musician
Amanda Pays, English actress

Pop Culture References for the Name Amanda

"Amanda" sung by both Don Williams and Waylon Jennings
"Amanda", song by Boston
"Amanda" song by Green Day
Amanda, Finn Whitman's love interest in the Kingdom Keepers series by Ridley Pearson
Amanda Bonner, Katharine Hepburn's character in Adam's Rib
Amanda Beckett, a character in "Can't Hardly Wait"
Amanda Clarke, birth name of character Emily Thorne on "Revenge"
Amanda Krueger, mother of Freddy Krueger
Amanda Wingfield, a character in "The Glass Menagerie"
Amanda Collins, Nikita character
The Amanda Show, Nickelodeon show that featured Amanda Bynes
Amanda Grayson, character from "Star Trek"
Amanda Tanner, Scandal character
Amanda, 2009 film
Amanda Ellerby, character from Willow Falls series
Amanda De Santa, Grand Theft Auto character
Amanda Lemmon, character in "It Takes Two"
Amanda Mueller, the x-men villain The Black Womb
Amanda Waller, DC comics character
Amanda Young, character in the Saw franchise

Amada, Amanada, Amandah, Amandalee, Amandalyn, Amandi, Amandie, Amandy, Amata, Manda, Mandaline, Mandee, Mandi, Mandie, Mandy

Amanda's International Variations

Amande, Amandine (French)