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Gender: F Pronunciation: gal-ah-TEH-ah Meaning of Galatea: "white as milk" Origin of Galatea: Greek

Mythical statue sculpted by Pygmalion and brought to life by Aphrodite, the inspiration for "My Fair Lady."

Famous People Named Galatea

Galateya, Bulgarian rhythmic gymnastic

Pop Culture References for the name Galatea

"La Galatea" (1585), Miguel de Cervantes' first novel
Galatea, central character in John Lyly's 1592 play "Gallathea"
Galatea, Arethusa's lady in "Philaster" (1611) by Beaumont and Fletcher
"Galatea's Guitar" (1968), song by Gabor Szabo
God-Eye Galatea, a character in Norihiro Yagi's "Claymore"
Galatea Merrythought, a minor character in the Harry Potter series
Galatea "Gala" Brand, character in the 1955 Jams Bond novel Moonraker

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