Pandora

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Gender: F Meaning of Pandora: "all gifted" Origin of Pandora: Greek

Pandora has occasionally been used by the British gentry (for girls with brothers who might be called Peregrine) but is rarely heard here, probably because Pandora was the mythological first woman on earth whose curiosity caused her to lift a forbidden box and inadvertently unleash all the evils of the world.

But perhaps she's paid the price long enough--Pandora could conceivably ride the wave of other rediscovered names Dora and Theodora—unless it's too identified with the popular internet radio site.

Pandora is the eponymous title character of an Anne Rice vampire novel, and appears in the Adrian Mole books.

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Famous People Named Pandora

Pandora Beatrice Collin, English actress
Pandora Delevingne, mother of English model Cara Delevingne
Pandora Vanderpump-Todd, daughter of reality TV personality Lisa Vanderpump

Pop Culture References for the Name Pandora

Pandora, bat in "The Underland Chronicles" by Suzanne Collins
Pandora "Panda" Moon, character on British TV series "Skins"
Pandora Lovegood, Luna Lovegood's mother in the Harry Potter series
Pandora Halfdanarson, main character in "Big Brother" by Lionel Shriver
Pandora, main character in the Pandora series by Carolyn Hennesy
Pandora Braithwaite, Adrian's love interest in the Adrian Mole series
Pandora's Pithos, in Greek mythology, a box that contained evil that was released into the world when Pandora opened it
Pandora Radio, music streaming app
Pandora, planet in movie "Avatar"
Pandora, planet in the Borderlands video games
Pandora, jewelry store known for charm bracelets

Dora, Doura, Pandorra, Pandoura, Panndora

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