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Gender: Female Meaning of Amarantha: "unfading" Origin of Amarantha: Flower name; Greek

Amarantha Origin and Meaning

The name Amarantha is a girl's name of Greek origin meaning "unfading".

Amarantha is a rare botanical name whose mythical equivalent was believed to be immortal. The Italian and Spanish form is the somewhat-more-acccessible Amaranta.

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Famous People Named Amarantha

Pop Culture References for the name Amarantha

Amarante, Amarande

Amarantha's International Variations

Amaranta (Spanish)

Comments

letmein Says:

2017-12-18T07:45:24

It's long but, absolutely beautiful name! I LOVE it! I would definitely use this name for my future daughter! Maybe for a middle name, perhaps? Either way, I love the look and sound of the name. I also love the meaning which means unfading or immortal. This name is so epic and extraordinary! I'm in love!

Emmamadriaga Says:

2017-07-11T22:43:23

This was used in A Court of Thorns and Roses

paulapuddephatt Says:

2017-02-21T07:38:06

It sounds like a modern invented name, but isn't, which I love. It combines elements of names like Amanda and Amabel with Samantha, in a unique way. I see nicknames, such as Amy, Amara, Mara and Aria, making this more accessible. Wonderful name.

indiefendi2 Says:

2016-06-28T20:06:11

A mouthful, but still gorgeous! Amarantha!!!

Michaela Says:

2015-11-24T23:07:33

I. LOVE. THIS. NAME. :)

RoddyThlayli Says:

2015-10-18T22:25:53

It sounds like Amanda meets Samantha--I like it a lot.

headintheclouds Says:

2015-04-27T07:19:52

The ultimate beautiful long frilly name! It's gorgeous gorgeous gorgeous, and the potential nicknames abound. Sadly unusable for me, because parts of it sounds like the word "angry" to me. The downside to multiculturalism is having to account for how names sound in multiple languages and cultures and ruling many lovely names out.

lawsonhaley Says:

2014-10-08T15:38:10

my thoughts exactly, haha!

mermuse Says:

2014-10-08T13:26:19

How is Amaranta somewhat more accessible? It's one less letter!

Guest Says:

2014-08-18T14:46:32

LOL I was saying sound wise it rhymes with Samantha but this name I've never heard.

Nooshi Says:

2014-08-18T08:01:32

It is pretty, but there is the connection to amaranth, which is basically the more hip version of quinoa.

Guest Says:

2014-08-18T04:43:29

Like a unique Samantha!